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PostPosted: Mon Oct 18, 2010 4:54 pm
 


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PostPosted: Mon Oct 18, 2010 6:03 pm
 


OnTheIce OnTheIce:
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Losing your shit in front of a camera because some dumbass chick is blowing a bubble at you is not a great example of prefessionalism. Everyone gets it that the job sucked during the G20, but stuff like this is dumped on Youtube faster than a Campbell kiltraising at a sheep walk, and the officer just doesn't come out on the winning side.


He didn't lose his "shit". Not even close. I think he did a fairly good job considering being surrounded by assholes trying to provoke police all day.



Yeah... he did. He looked like a big petulant bully. One can deal with idiots without looking like one themselves.


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PostPosted: Mon Oct 18, 2010 6:04 pm
 


You expect them(neo hippies/protestors) to be dumber than dog shit, and besides which, the best they can hope for is working in a green or ndp campaign office....so no great danger...unless you are a business owner.

This cop on the other hand can have an immmediate and severe impact on someone's life. One would hope that the city reviews its hiring practices, and having Officer Bubbles reassigned to a place where he has minimal contact with the public.


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PostPosted: Mon Oct 18, 2010 6:09 pm
 


OnTheIce OnTheIce:
I love the society we've morphed into.

It's ok to disrespect people, especially police, call them all kinds of names and blow soap into their face as an act of "protest".

If I was on the street and some tool started blowing bubbles in my face, I'd ask her to stop once and then follow with a left hook if it didn't.


Wow, and your response to that disrespect is to then punch them. 8O

It'd be ironic if it weren't just another bit of forum chest thumping... :roll:


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PostPosted: Mon Oct 18, 2010 8:21 pm
 


So what would have happened if the girl's father happened to be there and started escorting his daughter away, but also says to the officer "Don't ever talk to my daughter that way. Do YOU understand?


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PostPosted: Mon Oct 18, 2010 8:40 pm
 


officer bubbles did his job, she was a protestor that lost sight of her message and chose to be an instigator. emotions can be high at a protest, she showed the other protestors that it was ok to harras the police. if the police exhibited a lack of control over over her, what would the next protestor do? spit in the police officer's face?

respect is everything, i find it ironic that she asked for respect, when in essence it was about the only thing she wasn't offering the police.


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PostPosted: Mon Oct 18, 2010 8:49 pm
 


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officer bubbles did his job, she was a protestor that lost sight of her message and chose to be an instigator. emotions can be high at a protest, she showed the other protestors that it was ok to harras the police. if the police exhibited a lack of control over over her, what would the next protestor do? spit in the police officer's face?

respect is everything, i find it ironic that she asked for respect, when in essence it was about the only thing she wasn't offering the police.


Did you actually watch the video? You call that harassment? You call that instigating? Did you hear what the police officer said? He clearly overreacted and there's no call for that kind of behaviour in this type of situation. An arrest, if made, and brought before a court should result in him being sternly lectured by a judge. I sincerely hope that his commanding officer, upon seeing this video, gave him a strong reprimand. He deserves it.





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ASLplease ASLplease:
respect is everything, i find it ironic that she asked for respect, when in essence it was about the only thing she wasn't offering the police.


"You got my respect" -- officer bubbles

"I don't feel very respected"

"My heart bleeds" -- officer bubbles


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PostPosted: Mon Oct 18, 2010 8:53 pm
 


she taunted. and when they clearly stated that they weren't going to put up with it, she requested 'respect'

if that hippy bitch understood respect, she shouldn't have done what she did





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ASLplease ASLplease:
she taunted. and when they clearly stated that they weren't going to put up with it, she requested 'respect'

if that hippy bitch understood respect, she shouldn't have done what she did


Respect for what? She blew bubbles. Then stopped when officer bubbles told her to.

A thing like this could bring down an entire civilization.

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Won't somebody please think of the chilren!??!?!?


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PostPosted: Mon Oct 18, 2010 8:59 pm
 


Irresistible stupidity meets immovable arrogance.


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PostPosted: Mon Oct 18, 2010 9:22 pm
 


plus what is so wrong with what he did? he warned her of what her actions were going to instigate.

i have no doubt that touching a police officer with anything during a protest can be grounds for arrest.

bubbles, cream pie, confetti, water, even blowing in their face could be a bad idea.

she got what she deserved....a stern warning....and when that wasn't enough, she got arrested.

this guy should get a medal for being so upfront with her, he could have stayed quiet and just arrested her without warning. instead, she was given an opportunity to stop.





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ASLplease ASLplease:
this guy should get a medal for being so upfront with her, he could have stayed quiet and just arrested her without warning. instead, she was given an opportunity to stop.


For sure.. I'll chip in for a medal for Officer Bubbles as long as I can blow bubbles at the ceremony.


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PostPosted: Mon Oct 18, 2010 9:30 pm
 


throw a pie in his face,too. im sure he will love that. :roll:


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ASLplease ASLplease:
plus what is so wrong with what he did? he warned her of what her actions were going to instigate.

i have no doubt that touching a police officer with anything during a protest can be grounds for arrest.

bubbles, cream pie, confetti, water, even blowing in their face could be a bad idea.

she got what she deserved....a stern warning....and when that wasn't enough, she got arrested.

this guy should get a medal for being so upfront with her, he could have stayed quiet and just arrested her without warning. instead, she was given an opportunity to stop.


You're entitled to your opinion, but I say there's no excuse for an officer behaving like he did. Definitely conduct unbecoming of an officer. Nobody should have to put up with that kind of abuse. Officers like that should be stripped of their badge.


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