Good guy cop. .. And this is my mace,I spray it in peoples eyes, and this is my night stick I beat the out of people with it, And this is my gun, I use it to kill people.
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User avatar #8 - huszti (03/08/2014) [-]
"i use this stick specifically to beat ******* "
#59 to #8 - John Cena (03/08/2014) [-]
That's why it's their color!
#63 to #8 - John Cena (03/08/2014) [-]
Black humor
User avatar #64 to #63 - crazymero (03/08/2014) [-]
african american humor* you ******* cunt
#105 to #8 - givememoarpony (03/08/2014) [-]
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#122 to #110 - bigsaltyballs (03/08/2014) [-]






"no mas chalupas"
User avatar #68 - HailtotheKing (03/08/2014) [-]
When I was in like third grade we has an officer come in and do the same thing to us and it was pretty cool. He showed us the baton and the cuffs and everything but we all wanted to see his handgun, so eventually one of the kids asked. He pulled it out (there was no magazine in it, he came prepared.), checked to see that it was empty, and held it up for us to see. Now that seems normal but what he said next was just awesome.

"This is my handgun. This is the absolute last thing I ever want to use and hopefully never will have to but because I am an officer of the law I carry it with me everyday. This is a weapon, not a toy and not way to scare people. There are certain circumstances that I may need to use this weapon but I will try every possible way of resolving an issue before I have to. My job is not to hurt people, my job is to keep people safe and if I can do that through words and not violence then everyone wins. When I have to use this weapon someone loses."

There are ****** cops, there are ****** people, but that guy was awesome.
User avatar #90 to #68 - switchblayde (03/08/2014) [-]
Somewhat similar cool cop story... my parents had an officer arrive at or house due to domestic violence disturbance calls by the neighbors. The officer ended the situation cleanly and helped them settle their differences. After that, he would swing by periodically to check in and make sure everything was alright out of his own free will. He even let my sister and I sit in his car and play with the lights and sirens.

Dude was cool as **** for a cop.
User avatar #95 to #90 - HailtotheKing (03/08/2014) [-]
See, I understand why some people hate police officers. They can ruin a really good night of fun or take your drugs away or give you a ticket or any number of little things that can piss you off. But at the end of the day they are there to help you and help the people around you. Yes, some cops are assholes and some will use their power to **** you (metaphorically AND literally in some cases). Those numbers are small and, with my past experiences with cops, most are good people.
User avatar #97 to #95 - switchblayde (03/08/2014) [-]
It seems like the abuse is increasing, sadly enough. Its making the ones still built with integrity to be overshadowed. They deal with the rebellion while the abusers enjoy it. Its sickening.
User avatar #99 to #97 - HailtotheKing (03/08/2014) [-]
I don't think so, I think that ****** and abusive cops have always existed but because of the internet we know more about them. I have no doubt in my mind that cops were using unnecessary force in the 50's, I'm guessing that some cops beat the **** out of hippies in the 60's, and there were probably officers who raped woman in the 70's. But no one knew about it like we do today, they didn't have camera phones or dash cams so any ****** cop could just get off like nothing happened.
User avatar #100 to #99 - switchblayde (03/08/2014) [-]
You have a huge point there...
#1 - fukbritain (03/08/2014) [-]
And this is my mace,I spray it in peoples eyes, and this is my night stick I beat the **** out of people with it, And this is my gun, I use it to kill people.
User avatar #79 to #1 - misterobotunicorn (03/08/2014) [-]
This is a flemmenwerfer, it werfs flammen
User avatar #115 to #1 - savmg (03/08/2014) [-]
Jesus that's one way to put it haha
User avatar #23 to #1 - ghostcz (03/08/2014) [-]
*And this is my mace,I spray it in black people eyes, and this is my night stick I beat the **** out of black people with it, And this is my gun, I use it to kill *******
#9 to #1 - John Cena (03/08/2014) [-]
so edgyyy
User avatar #76 to #1 - asadshoe (03/08/2014) [-]
And this mushroom shaped skin colored stick in between my legs is my penis.
User avatar #2 to #1 - runapuff (03/08/2014) [-]
Don't forget the taser! It's fun watching them wriggle around.
User avatar #17 to #2 - iceholder (03/08/2014) [-]
Imma Get You Bitch And then there's this asshole. Doesn't even start to wriggle.
User avatar #81 to #17 - breastestvillainy **User deleted account** (03/08/2014) [-]
"... I'll get you, bitch"
#67 to #17 - jazzytheferret (03/08/2014) [-]
That guy's all like...man this **** just bit my nipple.
#14 - mankey ONLINE (03/08/2014) [-]
Those guys have some magic batman stuff on their utility belts.
#35 to #14 - John Cena (03/08/2014) [-]
double classing
#15 to #14 - hudis ONLINE (03/08/2014) [-]
******* love british police hats
User avatar #16 to #15 - mankey ONLINE (03/08/2014) [-]
Technically a pregnant woman can still pee in one if she's caught short with no where to go......although I doubt an officer would make it his first choice. lol
User avatar #55 to #15 - ieatbengay (03/08/2014) [-]
i dont think they wear them any more, not where i live atleast
User avatar #70 to #55 - chimpaflimp ONLINE (03/08/2014) [-]
They do around where I live, as well as most of the UK. it's so they're spotted easily.
User avatar #57 - alekksandar (03/08/2014) [-]
>little kid watches while eating her nuggets fries burger or whatever the **** she was eating
>suddenly bites it so that it looks like a gun
>cop jumps out of the chair and shoots the kid because she held something that resembled a gun
#58 to #57 - John Cena (03/08/2014) [-]
>not all cops do that.
>you're a ******* cunt for thinking that.
User avatar #62 to #58 - sladee ONLINE (03/08/2014) [-]
It's a joke not a dick, don't take it so hard.
User avatar #65 to #58 - onemoreminute (03/08/2014) [-]
2stupid2login
#60 to #58 - John Cena (03/08/2014) [-]
>joke.
> ********* ya get it?
User avatar #102 - mrgoodlove (03/08/2014) [-]
"And here's where I keep my batarangs"
#85 - habasparkz (03/08/2014) [-]
Speaking of cops, I know one that looks just like this guy.
User avatar #133 to #85 - wazoowonseventeen (03/08/2014) [-]
Ever since he played that role he has creeped me out
User avatar #103 to #85 - mrgoodlove (03/08/2014) [-]
Ah yes, the resemblance is uncanny
#3 - douthit (03/08/2014) [-]
"And this baton and gun are what I'll use to intimidate you when you're grown up."
#52 to #3 - Jameshaich (03/08/2014) [-]
UNless you're caught with super serious A **** , you'll get jail. Or if you're supplying any drug.
If you're caught with it or under the influence of one, they don't really do much
#61 to #3 - rihardololz (03/08/2014) [-]
Drugs is like cancer, you can't cure it.
Drugs is like cancer, you can't cure it.
User avatar #4 to #3 - agrofenlas (03/08/2014) [-]
Spoke to a cop once, who said apparently they don't have to obey most laws. What a load of **** .
#18 to #4 - bann ONLINE (03/08/2014) [-]
I've come to accept that not all cops are douches, some are very nice, but it's a position that enables douche bags to flourish.
#33 to #18 - John Cena (03/08/2014) [-]
there's a psychology study (i forgot what it was it was called the something prison study) that actually explained why people in power become so abusive. they took a group of students (completely on the same level) and made half guards half prisoners in a pseudo prison, and observed the guards becoming abusive, it's an odd thing really
#83 to #33 - telfyr (03/08/2014) [-]
Even the guy in charge of the study got sucked in as the warden
User avatar #71 to #4 - chimpaflimp ONLINE (03/08/2014) [-]
That's not true. If anything, they have to be even more careful not to break any laws, due to them being the ones who enforce it, therefore serving as an example for the general public.
#10 to #3 - John Cena (03/08/2014) [-]
so we shouldnt send them to jail? getting mixed signals here
User avatar #89 to #10 - douthit (03/08/2014) [-]
No, we shouldn't send them to jail.
User avatar #45 to #3 - thedungeonmaster (03/08/2014) [-]
In a lot of cases the cops want to catch the suppliers of drugs, not the users. If you're purely just doing drugs then they tend to try and help more rather than just send you straight to jail. Normally the people who do enough drugs are committing crimes to afford drugs which is why they go to jail. If every person caught with a joint was sent to jail, there would be a huge overload of inmates.
#91 to #3 - gangbangtime (03/08/2014) [-]
Shouldn't, like, the drugs be sent to jail, because they're drugs and im not a drug?
User avatar #25 to #3 - olisaurus ONLINE (03/08/2014) [-]
then don't do drugs, you stupid faggot
User avatar #88 to #25 - douthit (03/08/2014) [-]
I don't use them, but it's wrong to punish someone for doing it.
User avatar #112 to #88 - trollins (03/08/2014) [-]
... No it's not.
User avatar #113 to #112 - wunderlichh (03/08/2014) [-]
Why not?
#116 to #113 - trollins (03/08/2014) [-]
People who do them are significantly less useful to society. And when they know the feeling of senseless bliss some drugs provide, they feel like everything else is unhappy in comparison and can get depressed. Drugs need to be stopped because they hurt the abuser and those around them.   
   
 Also, here is a kangaroo who didn't read the wet floor sign.
People who do them are significantly less useful to society. And when they know the feeling of senseless bliss some drugs provide, they feel like everything else is unhappy in comparison and can get depressed. Drugs need to be stopped because they hurt the abuser and those around them.

Also, here is a kangaroo who didn't read the wet floor sign.
#118 to #116 - wunderlichh (03/08/2014) [-]
I totally agree, but on the other hand, why won't we abolish alcohol as well? It makes you also less useful to society, and alcoholics are unhappy and depressed as well. Now I know that is impossible, we would get the same effect as when the US tried that in the 20's. But still, punishing people for using harddrugs is fine by me, those people only hurt themselfs in the short term. Soft drugs on the other hand, I don't see in comparison of alcohol that it would be more dangerous. And if people really want to use it, why would we try to stop them? They always find a way if they really want to. It only cost more police effort to stop them, which cost money. Above all we're also missing lots of government incomes when the distribution/regulation would happen trough the government.
#119 to #118 - trollins (03/08/2014) [-]
I personally don't drink alcohol but I recognise that it would be impossible to remove from society.   
   
I think even the softer drugs should be kept illegal because while some abusers can control themselves, for many they're a gateway drug. Unfortunately for the responsible abusers, they have to be kept down because of the carelessness of others.
I personally don't drink alcohol but I recognise that it would be impossible to remove from society.

I think even the softer drugs should be kept illegal because while some abusers can control themselves, for many they're a gateway drug. Unfortunately for the responsible abusers, they have to be kept down because of the carelessness of others.
#120 to #119 - wunderlichh (03/08/2014) [-]
I'll guess the situation right now in the US will stay this way because most of the congress members support your reasons. Maybe will only marijuana get trough the legalisation trough some states, but further than that it won't happen. Maybe for the best, XTC / MDMA / psychedelic mushrooms are concidered as softdrugs as well, but are dangerous for a inexperienced user, or someone who's going to use it alone without someone to keep an eye on him.     
Welp, I thank you for your opinion and have a nice night!
I'll guess the situation right now in the US will stay this way because most of the congress members support your reasons. Maybe will only marijuana get trough the legalisation trough some states, but further than that it won't happen. Maybe for the best, XTC / MDMA / psychedelic mushrooms are concidered as softdrugs as well, but are dangerous for a inexperienced user, or someone who's going to use it alone without someone to keep an eye on him.
Welp, I thank you for your opinion and have a nice night!
User avatar #121 to #120 - trollins (03/08/2014) [-]
Thanks, you too.
User avatar #130 to #116 - douthit (03/08/2014) [-]
So your subjective definition of someone as being less useful to society justifies your violence against them for doing something that hurts no one?
User avatar #136 to #130 - trollins (03/09/2014) [-]
Drugs hurt the economy, abuser and loved ones and the majority of drug arrests go without violence.
User avatar #137 to #136 - douthit (03/09/2014) [-]
How do they hurt the economy?

How do they hurt anyone but the user? And as for the user, that's a risk and trade-off for the individual to make, not you. I'm of age and prefer not to drink or smoke, but I don't have the right to hurt someone (or use the police to hurt someone) for doing it.

Drug arrests go without violence? The very act happens with threat of violence, which isn't that different. Men with guns, tasers, and bats say to submit to being put in chains and tossed in a cage with rapists and murderers. I'd call that violence. The actual immediate threat of violence violates the same principle as the violence itself. For example, a mugging is still a violent interaction even if they don't pull the trigger on the gun they put to a guy's gut.
User avatar #138 to #137 - trollins (03/09/2014) [-]
The money goes to the supplier, which is often off-shore.

They hurt others by the violent outbursts abuse causes. I and everyone else has the right to stop someone through force if they are hurting others.

Drug arrests need to have a violent aura around them or the assailant won't submit. There is violence in everyone who's involved's minds, but it rarely actually happens.

Your views are clouded.
User avatar #139 to #138 - douthit (03/09/2014) [-]
But saying that everyone who makes, sells, buys, or uses drugs should be punished because they could hurt someone is no different than saying alcohol users should be punished simply because they could drive drunk, or become abusive, or whatever else. Or that people shouldn't be allowed to have guns, because they could murder someone.

Purposely using violence or threat of violence against someone else is immoral, unless it's in self-defense. Otherwise, you're the aggressor. Negligence isn't as clear-cut as "don't murder, rape, or steal", but a single step in a direction that could lead to a negligent act certainly doesn't warrant force being used against someone. Now, if they're driving drunk and you call the cops that's one thing. But someone in their home, drinking a beer, or smoking pot, or something "harder", isn't doing any harm. If they get high and try to hurt someone, that's when it changes. But the drug use itself isn't immoral.
User avatar #140 to #139 - trollins (03/09/2014) [-]
The reason druggies are jailed for their potential to hurt someone is because there are a lot of drug-related crimes involving violence while with alcohol there are only accidents. Purchasing an item from people who hurt others is no different than hurting the others yourself.
#141 to #140 - douthit (03/09/2014) [-]
The War on Drugs creates the situation which makes drug violence profitable, and necessary to those addicted. Hell, the cops, courts, dealers, and gangs make tons of money off drugs being illegal--everyone except the end user. Do you really think they're only illegal because of some moral outrage?

Usage rates and associated crime rates have only risen since Nixon declared it. Plus, from a rights perspective, I don't think anyone's got a right to tell you what you can put in your mouth than they do to tell you what can come out of it. Bro, do you even term paper?
User avatar #142 to #141 - trollins (03/09/2014) [-]
Drug traffic nay increased because of the war, but because of population growth in general.
User avatar #143 to #142 - douthit (03/09/2014) [-]
Even if you think that, it ignores all the arguments against continuing the war on drugs.

It means our courts, jails, prisons, and police time are occupied and pushed to the limits focusing on drugs.

It's cost over $1 trillion, and is adding millions--if not billions--more to national debts each year, debts that we're putting on our kids' and grandkids' tab. If nothing else, that money could lessen deficits, or fund schools, or go towards cancer research.

It maintains certain substances as taboo, just like alcohol during Prohibition, during which time alcohol use rates rose. It no doubt has an effect on increasing usage.

It turns otherwise nonviolent people violent in order to protect themselves from those who would rob them of their artificially-inflated narcotic valuables. Not to mention those who choose to turn to violence as defense from the police we employ to arrest them. Cops are killed all the time in drug-related matters, that if legal, wouldn't put them in dangerous situations fighting an uphill battle.

It's immoral. Negligence is a gray area, but we're not even discussing that, but rather simply the manufacture, sale, and usage of materials--which does harm to no one. But once we use violence, or pay for and advocate it, against people who aren't harming others, we become the face of violence.
User avatar #144 to #143 - trollins (03/09/2014) [-]
If the taxes were withdrawn from the Drug War they'd go to the military. That's how America discourages socialism.
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User avatar #22 - niggernazi (03/08/2014) [-]
its a cop telling what his belt does to a five year old. god damn it you ******* retards, all cops arent childnolesting *************
User avatar #98 to #22 - ilovehitler (03/08/2014) [-]
Another friendly reminder from ********** .
#73 - dehumanizer (03/08/2014) [-]
then he misfired and killed her
#96 to #73 - thunderkrux (03/08/2014) [-]
Hi my name is Officer Rodriguez and welcome to jackass.
Hi my name is Officer Rodriguez and welcome to jackass.
User avatar #101 to #73 - nyuORlucy (03/08/2014) [-]
she obviously tried to take his gun
User avatar #114 to #101 - nimithenimi (03/08/2014) [-]
She reaches for his gun out of curiosity, he shoots her 16 times.
User avatar #75 - Noah (03/08/2014) [-]
A lot of edge down there...
User avatar #66 - detroitt (03/08/2014) [-]
"and this night stick to knock your tail light out when you aren't watching"
User avatar #29 - dafuqmang ONLINE (03/08/2014) [-]
What people do get is if you treat a cop like a decent human being and don't **** all over them, you're not gonna be treated like a **** . But if you're cursing the cops out and acting shifty, gee I wonder why they would go after you.
#94 to #72 - lolfire (03/08/2014) [-]
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User avatar #34 - soulsanguniarian (03/08/2014) [-]
Then she was Detained, Illegally searched and Arrested for Disorderly Conduct for asking the Police Questions
#129 to #34 - doesthislookunsure (03/08/2014) [-]
Why did this get so many thumbs down, I thought it was funny
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User avatar #12 - brothergrimm (03/08/2014) [-]
some faith in humanity restored. human beings are still **** on the whole though....
User avatar #20 to #12 - toosexyforyou (03/08/2014) [-]
Oh... then you should kill yourself. We don't need a pussy bitch like you on team Human.
User avatar #21 to #20 - brothergrimm (03/08/2014) [-]
negro plz. i relinquished the title of human when i was old enough to know the difference between right and wrong
User avatar #7 - narcomancer (03/08/2014) [-]
After that he yelled state your ground and shot her face off in self defense. Hero.
#6 - John Cena (03/08/2014) [-]
Oh **** off. There are NO good cops. All the good cops quit because of the corruption. If you ever see a cop being nice, it's only because you happened to catch him in a good mood. The rest of the time he's being a ******* dick.

Cops are nothing more than a bloodthirsty gang after your money and should be treated as such.
User avatar #134 to #6 - pickstar ONLINE (03/08/2014) [-]
says the ******
User avatar #69 to #6 - gatorade (03/08/2014) [-]
3edgy5me
User avatar #74 to #6 - guruofcancer (03/08/2014) [-]
We don't all live in mexico or detroit friend, corruption is almost unexistant where I live.
User avatar #86 to #74 - rhydonsmash (03/08/2014) [-]
Let me make some generalizations here....it's quite likely a few of them are wrong, but I'm stereotyping here.

You're middle-class.
White.
Male.
Never broken a law.
Between 18-25
Have never actually personally interacted with a cop.
You live in a suburb.

Most of these correct? Because if you believe police aren't corrupt in some way, even in America, you really need to get out more.
#107 to #86 - endospore ONLINE (03/08/2014) [-]
Ooh! My turn!

You're middle/upper middle class.
White.
Male.
Smoke pot but don't consider it breaking the law.
14-18.
Have only ever been harrassed by police officers for being a punk kid.
You live in a suburb.

also, those generalizations don't really work when the majority of fj fits that description Corruption exists, obviously. Remember Whitey Bulger? It took the FBI decades to remove teh corruption he and the Irish mob put in place. But guess what: Most people are cops because they actually want to make society better. No one has ever become a cop thinking "Boy, I know this is a ****** job with awful pay, but the mafia bribes should make up for it! I'll enjoy going home to my family knowing that I'm helping make the town I live in a worse, more crime riddled place." And even fewer join the force thinking "God, I hate teenagers. What's the best job I can get to harass them?"

When you mature (not grow up. You could be 30.) you'll realize that people are generally good, and that corruption is by FAR the exception.
User avatar #135 to #107 - rhydonsmash (03/09/2014) [-]
I'm afraid not.

Lower class.
Convicted felon.
Don't do any drugs of the sort anymore. I now box and personal train for a living.
I live off of Holmes in Atlanta. Though admittedly, I AM white and male.

As for your comment about why people become cops, everyone I showed it to laughed. I went to a police academy for a short while before I realized it wasn't for me. Every cop I know became a cop because they're felons and there's only two salaried jobs that accept felons. Military and police. When you've got a family to feed, you'll work any job, even if everyone around you looks at you with paranoia and distrust because you're a police officer. There's no honor code, and they're not trying to make the world a better place. Everything you do in the first place is by your jurisdictions policies.
User avatar #111 to #86 - guruofcancer (03/08/2014) [-]
The 3 first are correct, but that's just because it's the majority of funnyjunk. I'm actually studying in police technology, so I have seen my load of officers, and where I live (montreal, Canada), corruption if it exists is dealt with fast enough.
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#11 to #6 - John Cena (03/08/2014) [-]
420 blaze it, **** da police, **** the soity, **** the school system..



wheres my welfare?
User avatar #80 to #11 - mereglim (03/08/2014) [-]
Samefag
#104 to #80 - endospore ONLINE (03/08/2014) [-]
Yes. He waited 3 hours to reply to himself, both times as anonymous (meaning he gets no thumbs) to prove that this person whose name we'll never know is a comedic genius. It's the perfect crime.
#117 to #104 - John Cena (03/08/2014) [-]
^calling it: this is samefag from #6 and #11 trying to save face
not that it makes sense

Or maybe I am... I might be dun dun dun
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