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#68 - i think the last picture (the one that i was initially comment…  [+] (1 new reply) 06/27/2015 on I don't know how this post... 0
User avatar #69 - captainprincess (06/27/2015) [-]
If it was I'm still agreed with it, more or less
I mean we're not talking about wild animals who think in a strict kill or be killed mentality, we're talking animals that are in some way or other trained and domesticated, a cop shouldn't be spooked much by the idea and should endeavour to nonlethlly restrain or subdue the animal before resorting to killing it

as for the dumbfuck protests that may or may not arise from it, what I think of them doesn't really weigh in on what I think of the previous notion honestly
#66 - i completely agree, but people dont like to change. and im not…  [+] (3 new replies) 06/27/2015 on I don't know how this post... 0
User avatar #67 - captainprincess (06/27/2015) [-]
Right but
This isn't (for me atleast) a case of accusing all cops of anything
Rather it's just suggesting that a dog spooked the cop isn't an excuse, and shouldn't be acceptable

like the pic says despite it's exaggerations, if a servicedog made him fear for his safety, he should seek a more relaxed career
User avatar #68 - sovereignty (06/27/2015) [-]
i think the last picture (the one that i was initially commenting on) was about any dog shot by law enforcement with questionable aggression. and i feel like its just gonna spark a whole thing that will have its extremities of people dressed as dogs throwing dog blood at random cops, screaming paws up dont shoot. and again, yea the san diego cop was an idiot, just like the guy in new york with the illegal chokehold and both should have the badge and gun removed and face criminal charges.
User avatar #69 - captainprincess (06/27/2015) [-]
If it was I'm still agreed with it, more or less
I mean we're not talking about wild animals who think in a strict kill or be killed mentality, we're talking animals that are in some way or other trained and domesticated, a cop shouldn't be spooked much by the idea and should endeavour to nonlethlly restrain or subdue the animal before resorting to killing it

as for the dumbfuck protests that may or may not arise from it, what I think of them doesn't really weigh in on what I think of the previous notion honestly
#64 - because for lack of better people. no one wants to be a cop an…  [+] (5 new replies) 06/27/2015 on I don't know how this post... 0
User avatar #65 - captainprincess (06/27/2015) [-]
I'm not swayed by this as an excuse to accept a low standard of enforcers, resulting in undue violence and melodrama

It's unfortunate that there aren't enough of a stock of better people to be the law enforcement, but I wouldn't be the one to say this means we let the standard fall until we're governed and controlled by rabble just as broken and thuggish as the rest of us

No what we need to do then is devise a better method of generating that better class of people
User avatar #66 - sovereignty (06/27/2015) [-]
i completely agree, but people dont like to change. and im not saying i accept the way some cops act but really its not as bad as people make it out to be. not every cop is trying to shoot your dog, and kill your friendly neighborhood minority. also people arent generated their born and they develop their own independant thought process, and moral code, and yaddah yaddah yaddah. let alone people that want to be cops, that dont already hate them, or dislike them enough to were they wont want to be them.
User avatar #67 - captainprincess (06/27/2015) [-]
Right but
This isn't (for me atleast) a case of accusing all cops of anything
Rather it's just suggesting that a dog spooked the cop isn't an excuse, and shouldn't be acceptable

like the pic says despite it's exaggerations, if a servicedog made him fear for his safety, he should seek a more relaxed career
User avatar #68 - sovereignty (06/27/2015) [-]
i think the last picture (the one that i was initially commenting on) was about any dog shot by law enforcement with questionable aggression. and i feel like its just gonna spark a whole thing that will have its extremities of people dressed as dogs throwing dog blood at random cops, screaming paws up dont shoot. and again, yea the san diego cop was an idiot, just like the guy in new york with the illegal chokehold and both should have the badge and gun removed and face criminal charges.
User avatar #69 - captainprincess (06/27/2015) [-]
If it was I'm still agreed with it, more or less
I mean we're not talking about wild animals who think in a strict kill or be killed mentality, we're talking animals that are in some way or other trained and domesticated, a cop shouldn't be spooked much by the idea and should endeavour to nonlethlly restrain or subdue the animal before resorting to killing it

as for the dumbfuck protests that may or may not arise from it, what I think of them doesn't really weigh in on what I think of the previous notion honestly
#62 - no, not preachy, or wordy. Exaggerated maybe? i think unnecess…  [+] (7 new replies) 06/27/2015 on I don't know how this post... 0
User avatar #63 - captainprincess (06/27/2015) [-]
Well I'm going to assume the creator was mocking a police officer for being afraid of a dog, basically
and personally I'm agreed, but I'm also of the mind that law enforcement should be comprised of people better than the rest of us or else why are they the ones who get to be cops, so obvs I have a bias
User avatar #64 - sovereignty (06/27/2015) [-]
because for lack of better people. no one wants to be a cop anymore except for people have nothing else to do. there's too much politics, like this, with all the media coverage, every time a cop does something wrong everyone hates law enforcement as a whole, not the cops themselves. not the specific people. all the "better" people are off being doctors and engineers, etc. etc. theres no glory in being a cop and everyone hates them. why the hell would you want to be one? for example a local police department by my county was requiring bachelors degrees. so many few people applied they dropped it for lack of officers.
User avatar #65 - captainprincess (06/27/2015) [-]
I'm not swayed by this as an excuse to accept a low standard of enforcers, resulting in undue violence and melodrama

It's unfortunate that there aren't enough of a stock of better people to be the law enforcement, but I wouldn't be the one to say this means we let the standard fall until we're governed and controlled by rabble just as broken and thuggish as the rest of us

No what we need to do then is devise a better method of generating that better class of people
User avatar #66 - sovereignty (06/27/2015) [-]
i completely agree, but people dont like to change. and im not saying i accept the way some cops act but really its not as bad as people make it out to be. not every cop is trying to shoot your dog, and kill your friendly neighborhood minority. also people arent generated their born and they develop their own independant thought process, and moral code, and yaddah yaddah yaddah. let alone people that want to be cops, that dont already hate them, or dislike them enough to were they wont want to be them.
User avatar #67 - captainprincess (06/27/2015) [-]
Right but
This isn't (for me atleast) a case of accusing all cops of anything
Rather it's just suggesting that a dog spooked the cop isn't an excuse, and shouldn't be acceptable

like the pic says despite it's exaggerations, if a servicedog made him fear for his safety, he should seek a more relaxed career
User avatar #68 - sovereignty (06/27/2015) [-]
i think the last picture (the one that i was initially commenting on) was about any dog shot by law enforcement with questionable aggression. and i feel like its just gonna spark a whole thing that will have its extremities of people dressed as dogs throwing dog blood at random cops, screaming paws up dont shoot. and again, yea the san diego cop was an idiot, just like the guy in new york with the illegal chokehold and both should have the badge and gun removed and face criminal charges.
User avatar #69 - captainprincess (06/27/2015) [-]
If it was I'm still agreed with it, more or less
I mean we're not talking about wild animals who think in a strict kill or be killed mentality, we're talking animals that are in some way or other trained and domesticated, a cop shouldn't be spooked much by the idea and should endeavour to nonlethlly restrain or subdue the animal before resorting to killing it

as for the dumbfuck protests that may or may not arise from it, what I think of them doesn't really weigh in on what I think of the previous notion honestly
#60 - no im pretty sure it said "several firearms, a baton, a t…  [+] (9 new replies) 06/27/2015 on I don't know how this post... 0
#61 - captainprincess (06/27/2015) [-]
So we've established you DID understand it, you just think it was a bit too preachy or wordy

But nevertheless, it made sense

learn to properly communicate your ire son
saves a lot of trouble
User avatar #62 - sovereignty (06/27/2015) [-]
no, not preachy, or wordy. Exaggerated maybe? i think unnecessary was the best way to go about it. however im going to assume that you captainprincess didnt make the picture yourself so really your guess is as good as mine as to what the creator is trying to say.
User avatar #63 - captainprincess (06/27/2015) [-]
Well I'm going to assume the creator was mocking a police officer for being afraid of a dog, basically
and personally I'm agreed, but I'm also of the mind that law enforcement should be comprised of people better than the rest of us or else why are they the ones who get to be cops, so obvs I have a bias
User avatar #64 - sovereignty (06/27/2015) [-]
because for lack of better people. no one wants to be a cop anymore except for people have nothing else to do. there's too much politics, like this, with all the media coverage, every time a cop does something wrong everyone hates law enforcement as a whole, not the cops themselves. not the specific people. all the "better" people are off being doctors and engineers, etc. etc. theres no glory in being a cop and everyone hates them. why the hell would you want to be one? for example a local police department by my county was requiring bachelors degrees. so many few people applied they dropped it for lack of officers.
User avatar #65 - captainprincess (06/27/2015) [-]
I'm not swayed by this as an excuse to accept a low standard of enforcers, resulting in undue violence and melodrama

It's unfortunate that there aren't enough of a stock of better people to be the law enforcement, but I wouldn't be the one to say this means we let the standard fall until we're governed and controlled by rabble just as broken and thuggish as the rest of us

No what we need to do then is devise a better method of generating that better class of people
User avatar #66 - sovereignty (06/27/2015) [-]
i completely agree, but people dont like to change. and im not saying i accept the way some cops act but really its not as bad as people make it out to be. not every cop is trying to shoot your dog, and kill your friendly neighborhood minority. also people arent generated their born and they develop their own independant thought process, and moral code, and yaddah yaddah yaddah. let alone people that want to be cops, that dont already hate them, or dislike them enough to were they wont want to be them.
User avatar #67 - captainprincess (06/27/2015) [-]
Right but
This isn't (for me atleast) a case of accusing all cops of anything
Rather it's just suggesting that a dog spooked the cop isn't an excuse, and shouldn't be acceptable

like the pic says despite it's exaggerations, if a servicedog made him fear for his safety, he should seek a more relaxed career
User avatar #68 - sovereignty (06/27/2015) [-]
i think the last picture (the one that i was initially commenting on) was about any dog shot by law enforcement with questionable aggression. and i feel like its just gonna spark a whole thing that will have its extremities of people dressed as dogs throwing dog blood at random cops, screaming paws up dont shoot. and again, yea the san diego cop was an idiot, just like the guy in new york with the illegal chokehold and both should have the badge and gun removed and face criminal charges.
User avatar #69 - captainprincess (06/27/2015) [-]
If it was I'm still agreed with it, more or less
I mean we're not talking about wild animals who think in a strict kill or be killed mentality, we're talking animals that are in some way or other trained and domesticated, a cop shouldn't be spooked much by the idea and should endeavour to nonlethlly restrain or subdue the animal before resorting to killing it

as for the dumbfuck protests that may or may not arise from it, what I think of them doesn't really weigh in on what I think of the previous notion honestly
#55 - no i dont struggle with that concept at all. but thats not wha…  [+] (11 new replies) 06/27/2015 on I don't know how this post... 0
User avatar #56 - captainprincess (06/27/2015) [-]
No that's exactly what it said
And it was said in a very clear and easily understood manner, which is why it's so baffling that you couldn't quite process it
User avatar #60 - sovereignty (06/27/2015) [-]
no im pretty sure it said "several firearms, a baton, a tonfa, pepper spray, and a bulletproof vest, somehow relate to a person being less afraid of dogs. what baffles me is why the unnecessary information is added. cops shouldn't be afraid of dogs, wary of them, yes. but not trigger happy. However if a dog runs at me i'm not gonna try to pepper spray it or taser it or hit it with a baton. im going to shoot the fucking thing,
#61 - captainprincess (06/27/2015) [-]
So we've established you DID understand it, you just think it was a bit too preachy or wordy

But nevertheless, it made sense

learn to properly communicate your ire son
saves a lot of trouble
User avatar #62 - sovereignty (06/27/2015) [-]
no, not preachy, or wordy. Exaggerated maybe? i think unnecessary was the best way to go about it. however im going to assume that you captainprincess didnt make the picture yourself so really your guess is as good as mine as to what the creator is trying to say.
User avatar #63 - captainprincess (06/27/2015) [-]
Well I'm going to assume the creator was mocking a police officer for being afraid of a dog, basically
and personally I'm agreed, but I'm also of the mind that law enforcement should be comprised of people better than the rest of us or else why are they the ones who get to be cops, so obvs I have a bias
User avatar #64 - sovereignty (06/27/2015) [-]
because for lack of better people. no one wants to be a cop anymore except for people have nothing else to do. there's too much politics, like this, with all the media coverage, every time a cop does something wrong everyone hates law enforcement as a whole, not the cops themselves. not the specific people. all the "better" people are off being doctors and engineers, etc. etc. theres no glory in being a cop and everyone hates them. why the hell would you want to be one? for example a local police department by my county was requiring bachelors degrees. so many few people applied they dropped it for lack of officers.
User avatar #65 - captainprincess (06/27/2015) [-]
I'm not swayed by this as an excuse to accept a low standard of enforcers, resulting in undue violence and melodrama

It's unfortunate that there aren't enough of a stock of better people to be the law enforcement, but I wouldn't be the one to say this means we let the standard fall until we're governed and controlled by rabble just as broken and thuggish as the rest of us

No what we need to do then is devise a better method of generating that better class of people
User avatar #66 - sovereignty (06/27/2015) [-]
i completely agree, but people dont like to change. and im not saying i accept the way some cops act but really its not as bad as people make it out to be. not every cop is trying to shoot your dog, and kill your friendly neighborhood minority. also people arent generated their born and they develop their own independant thought process, and moral code, and yaddah yaddah yaddah. let alone people that want to be cops, that dont already hate them, or dislike them enough to were they wont want to be them.
User avatar #67 - captainprincess (06/27/2015) [-]
Right but
This isn't (for me atleast) a case of accusing all cops of anything
Rather it's just suggesting that a dog spooked the cop isn't an excuse, and shouldn't be acceptable

like the pic says despite it's exaggerations, if a servicedog made him fear for his safety, he should seek a more relaxed career
User avatar #68 - sovereignty (06/27/2015) [-]
i think the last picture (the one that i was initially commenting on) was about any dog shot by law enforcement with questionable aggression. and i feel like its just gonna spark a whole thing that will have its extremities of people dressed as dogs throwing dog blood at random cops, screaming paws up dont shoot. and again, yea the san diego cop was an idiot, just like the guy in new york with the illegal chokehold and both should have the badge and gun removed and face criminal charges.
User avatar #69 - captainprincess (06/27/2015) [-]
If it was I'm still agreed with it, more or less
I mean we're not talking about wild animals who think in a strict kill or be killed mentality, we're talking animals that are in some way or other trained and domesticated, a cop shouldn't be spooked much by the idea and should endeavour to nonlethlly restrain or subdue the animal before resorting to killing it

as for the dumbfuck protests that may or may not arise from it, what I think of them doesn't really weigh in on what I think of the previous notion honestly
#24 - though i agree that the san diego incident is facked, the last…  [+] (16 new replies) 06/26/2015 on I don't know how this post... -4
User avatar #25 - captainprincess (06/26/2015) [-]
It made no sense to you that law enforcement should be brave and disciplined men and women instead of scared pussies armed with deadly weapons?

Like, you struggle with this concept?
User avatar #55 - sovereignty (06/27/2015) [-]
no i dont struggle with that concept at all. but thats not what it said is it?

Like, you struggle with reading?
User avatar #56 - captainprincess (06/27/2015) [-]
No that's exactly what it said
And it was said in a very clear and easily understood manner, which is why it's so baffling that you couldn't quite process it
User avatar #60 - sovereignty (06/27/2015) [-]
no im pretty sure it said "several firearms, a baton, a tonfa, pepper spray, and a bulletproof vest, somehow relate to a person being less afraid of dogs. what baffles me is why the unnecessary information is added. cops shouldn't be afraid of dogs, wary of them, yes. but not trigger happy. However if a dog runs at me i'm not gonna try to pepper spray it or taser it or hit it with a baton. im going to shoot the fucking thing,
#61 - captainprincess (06/27/2015) [-]
So we've established you DID understand it, you just think it was a bit too preachy or wordy

But nevertheless, it made sense

learn to properly communicate your ire son
saves a lot of trouble
User avatar #62 - sovereignty (06/27/2015) [-]
no, not preachy, or wordy. Exaggerated maybe? i think unnecessary was the best way to go about it. however im going to assume that you captainprincess didnt make the picture yourself so really your guess is as good as mine as to what the creator is trying to say.
User avatar #63 - captainprincess (06/27/2015) [-]
Well I'm going to assume the creator was mocking a police officer for being afraid of a dog, basically
and personally I'm agreed, but I'm also of the mind that law enforcement should be comprised of people better than the rest of us or else why are they the ones who get to be cops, so obvs I have a bias
User avatar #64 - sovereignty (06/27/2015) [-]
because for lack of better people. no one wants to be a cop anymore except for people have nothing else to do. there's too much politics, like this, with all the media coverage, every time a cop does something wrong everyone hates law enforcement as a whole, not the cops themselves. not the specific people. all the "better" people are off being doctors and engineers, etc. etc. theres no glory in being a cop and everyone hates them. why the hell would you want to be one? for example a local police department by my county was requiring bachelors degrees. so many few people applied they dropped it for lack of officers.
User avatar #65 - captainprincess (06/27/2015) [-]
I'm not swayed by this as an excuse to accept a low standard of enforcers, resulting in undue violence and melodrama

It's unfortunate that there aren't enough of a stock of better people to be the law enforcement, but I wouldn't be the one to say this means we let the standard fall until we're governed and controlled by rabble just as broken and thuggish as the rest of us

No what we need to do then is devise a better method of generating that better class of people
User avatar #66 - sovereignty (06/27/2015) [-]
i completely agree, but people dont like to change. and im not saying i accept the way some cops act but really its not as bad as people make it out to be. not every cop is trying to shoot your dog, and kill your friendly neighborhood minority. also people arent generated their born and they develop their own independant thought process, and moral code, and yaddah yaddah yaddah. let alone people that want to be cops, that dont already hate them, or dislike them enough to were they wont want to be them.
User avatar #67 - captainprincess (06/27/2015) [-]
Right but
This isn't (for me atleast) a case of accusing all cops of anything
Rather it's just suggesting that a dog spooked the cop isn't an excuse, and shouldn't be acceptable

like the pic says despite it's exaggerations, if a servicedog made him fear for his safety, he should seek a more relaxed career
User avatar #68 - sovereignty (06/27/2015) [-]
i think the last picture (the one that i was initially commenting on) was about any dog shot by law enforcement with questionable aggression. and i feel like its just gonna spark a whole thing that will have its extremities of people dressed as dogs throwing dog blood at random cops, screaming paws up dont shoot. and again, yea the san diego cop was an idiot, just like the guy in new york with the illegal chokehold and both should have the badge and gun removed and face criminal charges.
User avatar #69 - captainprincess (06/27/2015) [-]
If it was I'm still agreed with it, more or less
I mean we're not talking about wild animals who think in a strict kill or be killed mentality, we're talking animals that are in some way or other trained and domesticated, a cop shouldn't be spooked much by the idea and should endeavour to nonlethlly restrain or subdue the animal before resorting to killing it

as for the dumbfuck protests that may or may not arise from it, what I think of them doesn't really weigh in on what I think of the previous notion honestly
User avatar #38 - gladiumspiritus (06/26/2015) [-]
Shhhhhhut the fuck up.
User avatar #31 - lolollo (06/26/2015) [-]
It made no sense because 90% of it is either untrue, or exaggerated.

Think "Calling a cardboard tube a sword" exaggerated.
User avatar #34 - captainprincess (06/26/2015) [-]
Uh huh
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