Thought of the Day. Police and the criminal element. August 22, 2017

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Today’s Thought:

The difference between cops and criminals is who got hired.




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4 thoughts on “Thought of the Day. Police and the criminal element. August 22, 2017

  1. Try to make the guest blog post as great as possible by promoting and dropping links. You really need to be thanked way more often than you are. This website is loved by my good friend. I am really here to learn everything I can on the subject so I can assist others with their concerns in the future.


  2. Being a retired law enforcement officer, I have to disagree with this statement. I personally became a police officer because I actually believed, and still do, in “public service”. Recruiting from the human race is truly a challenge, and so, unfortunately, less than honorable people can seep into the ranks of all professions. During my years as a police officer, and by being continually being exposed to the raw nature of life( good and bad), I matured in my worldviews. This experience definitely influenced my conviction that many human-animals, if they really care to examine their lives, are the cause of their own problems. And that ALL non-human animals are truly the victims of our anthropocentric societies and cultures.


  3. In some cases this is “very” true~!!! I do know police officers who are trying to do their job by applying the law not their opinion or over extend their powers~!!!

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