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Re: Police Naughty list

Postby Fancy » Dec 11th, 2012, 9:37 pm

Ask the moderator to change the title - they don't read every post - the subject line has already been changed in some posts.
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Re: RCMP Naughty list

Postby ukcanuck » Dec 12th, 2012, 6:34 am

LoneWolf:

ukcanuck']That's a bit of a joke, what country do you think you are in? It's pretty difficult to not know what minus 40 feels like and live in Canada.

(frostbite me arse, are you typing with your stumps then?)[/quote]

[quote="LoneWolf_53 wrote:
You are predictable and consistent I'll give you that much.

Your prowess at processing what I posted here, is just as lacking as in other threads you enter, with your mind already predisposed to a conclusion of your choosing, whether facts prove otherwise or not.

Try reading this and then explain to me why one need to be typing with stumps to have experienced frost bite.

I took the liberty of putting into bold characters the pertinent section, in an effort to aid your comprehension.


Oh I understand what you meant and said, you're inferring that I don't know what a harsh winter's walk to school back in the day is like or I wouldn't be making jokes...

... Frostnip or first degree frostbite is superficial and reversible but may cause significant pain when the extremity rewarms.

... Perhaps if you'd spent an hour after arriving at school, in excruciating pain, waiting for body parts to warm up again, you mightn't be displaying such a cavalier attitude.

Lol I'd say your sarcasm meter is broke, but I didn't realise you were suggesting I don't know what its like to not be able to feel my hands and feet for an hour after I got to school and then have them burn as they thawed out... seriously !? do I have to defend myself on this??? Has anyone NOT felt that kind of cold in this country!?

Talk about melodramatic!

Like I've already said, I like the idea of sending kids and juveniles to some rustic little house on the prairie program to give them a chance to learn lifeskills and I am sure they already do something similar somewhere and I like the idea of the coppers in Abbotsford sending christmas cards with a helpline number on them, because it shows a well rounded approach to law enforcement.

I think where some of us differ on this is how we view perpetrators and law breakers... Apparently some of us think that all of them are bad people who willfully make bad choices...

Some are just that obviously, but not all, and probably not most.

I know from real experience working with "juvenile delinquents" (to use a crappy label that you seem to understand,) that even the hardest and meanest of young men and women are victims themselves, and in many cases lack the perspective to understand how their choices affect others... they are hardened and a touch sociopathic not because they are evil but because society has made them like that.

Actually if you think living in the conditions like the old fellers describe back in the day was bad, you wanna try living in the coldness of neglect as a 5 year old when there is not a soul on the planet who cares whether you live or die, or being beaten and abused with belts and sharp objects and burned with cigarette ends daily.
live with adults who are in the grip of drug and alcohol consumed madness and come to the vile conclusion that the only family you will ever have is the local gang who sends you out to steal and commit violent acts or to sell your body as 12 year old to survive...
Do you really think that a child growing up with that reality is going to be phased by a prison in the snow??

kids who survive childhoods like that to become the hardened "known to police" targets of these christmas letters already know hardship its why they do what they do, maybe for some nothing will reach them but a bullet or a concrete room, but even they are worth the price of a 5 cent christmas card and the stamp it takes to maybe change one life.

(to say nothing of the innocent victim that might be saved BTW)
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Re: RCMP Naughty List

Postby normaM » Dec 12th, 2012, 6:58 am

I read that the Police chief has manged to really lower the crime rate of A - I wonder if any hardcorers will call and try to go straight?
If you allow it then don't complain about it
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Re: Abbotsford Police Dept. Naughty list

Postby Ken7 » Dec 13th, 2012, 12:17 am

"AllthatFunk"instead of Abbotsford Police. I applogize KL3 as I'm pretty sure you are either a current or retired member.

Like I said though, I would think it was a waste of time and money regardless of what police department it was from


You never know, it might be like leaving your card behind when pressuring a suspect to come see you. They may just hand deliver the cards...sometimes called headgame!
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Re: RCMP Naughty List

Postby Graphite » Dec 26th, 2012, 11:42 am

These cards are awesome
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Re: RCMP Naughty List

Postby MAPearce » Dec 30th, 2012, 2:32 pm

the automatic weapon is a bit much...

I don't think it's a bad idea that the cops let the crooks know that "your next" though.
I payed attention in High school....But not to what they were trying to teach me.. What did your daughter look like ?
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Re: RCMP Naughty List

Postby steven lloyd » Dec 30th, 2012, 2:47 pm

MAPearce wrote: I don't think it's a bad idea that the cops let the crooks know that "your next" though.

I agree. I think the message "we know who you are and where you live" would hopefully give some wannabe thugs cause for reflection. I think a picture of some guy sitting in a cell behind bars might have worked, but the Santa gear works too.
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Re: RCMP Naughty List

Postby GenuinelyInterested » Dec 30th, 2012, 2:48 pm

I am interested as to: How many actually turned themselves in.
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Re: RCMP Naughty List

Postby MAPearce » Dec 30th, 2012, 3:38 pm

I agree. I think the message "we know who you are and where you live" would hopefully give some wannabe thugs cause for reflection. I think a picture of some guy sitting in a cell behind bars might have worked, but the Santa gear works too.


With some cops "high fivin" in front of it !!!

Now THAT'S a message !

Merry Christmas Mr. Lloyd !
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