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PostPosted: Tue Oct 19, 2010 2:03 am
 


Dammit, now I have Don Ho stuck in my head [bash]


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PostPosted: Tue Oct 19, 2010 7:23 am
 


meee223 meee223:
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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.


i think it is more likely the his 'abuse' was proportional to the hippy bitch's actions and facial expressions.

while he was talking to the woman, the camera remained on him a fair bit, so we dont know if the woman stopped to listen,or perhaps she was trying to not pay him any attention.

at one point he seems to repeat himself which suggests to me that the woman was trying to ignore him.

i think it is totally natural to behave like he did if she was trying to ignore him,or her facial expressions which the camera didnt capture were returning a whole bunch of hippy bitch attitude at him.

you'll note even the woman cop was reacting as if the hippy bitch was dishing out more that the bubbles and camera reflected.


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PostPosted: Tue Oct 19, 2010 7:32 am
 


Plenty of police were goaded, taunted, provoked and prodded over the G20 by silly and petty-minded people like this chick. A few were like idiot Cst Bubbles.
The other thousands realise that this is part of the job they signed up to do and acted firmly, fairly and professionally.

Those that can’t hack this part of the job like Bubbles should find another career, quickly.

Oh and he wasn't wearing his hat in breach of TPS dress policy. A documentation on his file at least.......


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EyeBrock EyeBrock:
Plenty of police were goaded, taunted, provoked and prodded over the G20 by silly and petty-minded people like this chick. A few were like idiot Cst Bubbles.
The other thousands realise that this is part of the job they signed up to do and acted firmly, fairly and professionally.

Those that can’t hack this part of the job like Bubbles should find another career, quickly.


our police officers are trained to help, assist, and advise. if you are looking for a buckingham palace gaurd, i suggest that you go back to england, or find another career, quickly.


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ASLplease ASLplease:
EyeBrock EyeBrock:
Plenty of police were goaded, taunted, provoked and prodded over the G20 by silly and petty-minded people like this chick. A few were like idiot Cst Bubbles.
The other thousands realise that this is part of the job they signed up to do and acted firmly, fairly and professionally.

Those that can’t hack this part of the job like Bubbles should find another career, quickly.


our police officers are trained to help, assist, and advise. if you are looking for a buckingham palace gaurd, i suggest that you go back to england, or find another career, quickly.


What are you going on about and what do you know about public order and how to deal with it?


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SO IF I PUSH THE POINT A LITTLE FURTHER, is this the part where you get digruntled just like officer bubbles and verbally abuse me?

then in an instant, you calm down and chastise the officer again. :lol:


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ASLplease ASLplease:
SO IF I PUSH THE POINT A LITTLE FURTHER, is this the part where you get digruntled just like officer bubbles and verbally abuse me?

then in an instant, you calm down and chastise the officer again. :lol:


Well, this isn't the first time you have told me to 'go back to your own country' if I disagree with you.

Again, what do you know about the police response to public order incidents or are you just looking for a fight again? Leave out the personal attacks.


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EyeBrock EyeBrock:
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SO IF I PUSH THE POINT A LITTLE FURTHER, is this the part where you get digruntled just like officer bubbles and verbally abuse me?

then in an instant, you calm down and chastise the officer again. :lol:


Well, this isn't the first time you have told me to 'go back to your own country' if I disagree with you.


i think it is the first time for me, do you have a problem remembering who says that to you?

$1:

Again, what do you know about the police response to public order incidents or are you just looking for a fight again? Leave out the personal attacks.


i resent the implication that anyone that gives mr bubbles the benefit of the doubt had better be educated in 'the police response to public order incidents' because there are plenty of comments on this thread against mr bubbles from people that dont meet you pretentious standards.

furthermore, if at any point i personally attack you then you have my sincere apology.


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PostPosted: Tue Oct 19, 2010 8:17 am
 


I have a good memory. You posted this on the 6th October 2010;

"Eyebrock, what makes you different compared to other imigrants that haven't made it to canada?

Would you be open to an anti-imigration policy that goes back and repeals your status in Canada?

If stopping new imigrants from coming in is a good thing, then surly we would see a benefit in sending you back to your homeland, no?"

Sending me back or suggesting I go back to England are pretty similar but then we do have differing grasps of the language of Shakespeare.


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PostPosted: Tue Oct 19, 2010 8:29 am
 


you can always tell, when you cross the line with a cop........

they start spewing know it all arrogance ...

and act , in a childlike manner

calling everyone stupid ,who is not part of their select club....

it is actually quite funny to watch....if the consequences were not so serious..............


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PostPosted: Tue Oct 19, 2010 8:44 am
 


diggerdick diggerdick:
you can always tell, when you cross the line with a cop........

they start spewing know it all arrogance ...

and act , in a childlike manner

calling everyone stupid ,who is not part of their select club....

it is actually quite funny to watch....if the consequences were not so serious..............


Hey Digger--I've thoroughly considered your post and determined that it is wrong. Please modify your opinion accordingly. Thank you.


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PostPosted: Tue Oct 19, 2010 8:50 am
 


ASLplease ASLplease:
i think it is more likely the his 'abuse' was proportional to the hippy bitch's actions and facial expressions.

while he was talking to the woman, the camera remained on him a fair bit, so we dont know if the woman stopped to listen,or perhaps she was trying to not pay him any attention.

at one point he seems to repeat himself which suggests to me that the woman was trying to ignore him.

i think it is totally natural to behave like he did if she was trying to ignore him,or her facial expressions which the camera didnt capture were returning a whole bunch of hippy bitch attitude at him.

you'll note even the woman cop was reacting as if the hippy bitch was dishing out more that the bubbles and camera reflected.


I notice you're really trying too hard to put this woman in her place too. How many times have you posted "hippy bitch" now? Ten? Twelve? "Methinks he doth protest too much," as Shakespeare would say.

I get the feeling your mom was a "hippy bitch" and you're transferring your conflicted emotions for your mother to all women that don't meet your "shut up and do the dishes" ideal. Her feminism left you feeling emasculated, along with your own homoerotic feelings, and, ashamed for these feelings,. you transferred your adoration of penises to an obesession with long, sleek, hard guns. Classic.

That'll be $250 for the consult please.

-- Dr. Pink Freud


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thank you for your opinion, I will take that into consideration.

and will get back to you.


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PostPosted: Tue Oct 19, 2010 8:52 am
 


EyeBrock EyeBrock:
I have a good memory. You posted this on the 6th October 2010;

"Eyebrock, what makes you different compared to other imigrants that haven't made it to canada?

Would you be open to an anti-imigration policy that goes back and repeals your status in Canada?

If stopping new imigrants from coming in is a good thing, then surly we would see a benefit in sending you back to your homeland, no?"

Sending me back or suggesting I go back to England are pretty similar but then we do have differing grasps of the language of Shakespeare.


asking you how you would feel is NOT the same.

its a pretty wide open question, you could have taken the opportunity to share your views,

instead you hide behind the idea that i told you to go way. :roll:

let me rephrase this....

imagine that you are at a job interview and someome asks "Why should i hire you?"

if instead of getting excited and answering the question, you took offense to it. does that mean that the interviewer shouldn't have asked?


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PostPosted: Tue Oct 19, 2010 8:53 am
 


diggerdick diggerdick:
thank you for your opinion, I will take that into consideration.

and will get back to you.


I didn't ask you to consider it, I told you to modify your opinion. Now apologize, then fuck off.


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