Chat or rant, adult content, spam, insulting other members, show more. You are correct, death via an officer is an extreme example; you're much more likely to be abused or harassed in other ways. Hell, most of them are happy to have us close the road. They just want to either cut the needless lethality or at least when mistakes happen, they are treated like everyone else and held accountable for their actions. May 31, Messages:
Halle. when you are ready for the ultimate in upscale , exclusive companionship, give me a call. i promise you the time of your life! i'm extraordinarily discreet and, rest assured your privacy is totally guaranteed. extremly bright and friendly, i am completely unfazed and when dealing with luminaries -no matter how important - and i'm quite comfortable with gentleman from all walks of life.
I don't know why an officer would be yelling at you in the middle of the night, you'd have to ask him.
People will spread across 4 lanes of highway and when they see a cop, they will all drive exactly or within about 5mph of the speed limit. Also the feeling of empowerment that I imagine comes along with being an 'officer of the law', a position which has shown to be held above the average citizen. Granted, that stretch of 77 is also a big speed trap. A surgeon's job is inherently lethal, and far more demanding than a police officer's. I meant a sense of community and recognition in the broadest sense. I guess not necessarily.