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    The initials are WJ. Slick Willie. Anyone who could get a high paying job (much more than the last guy), only work 20 hours a week, and then taper off to nothing (0 hours per week) and still get a giant paycheck is a genius. He must be smarter than all of us.
    Maybe you should have had an affair with the former city manager also. It certainly paid off for Slick Willie.

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    Maybe you should have had an affair with the former city manager also. It certainly paid off for Slick Willie.
    There are those who will understand why your statement truly shows your complete and total stupidity and ignorance.

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    Maybe you should have had an affair with the former city manager also. It certainly paid off for Slick Willie.
    Not nice to infer an affair. Just because they were close in Miami Dade and Miramar does not mean that they were anything more than just good friends. The fact that they were seen together away from work Does Not imply anything beyond good friends. Anyone would take care of a close friend in her position. His performance and knowledge may have been somewhat lacking, but doesn't that apply to most people in the PD? Why single him out? Gary, and now Gene have been covering for him just fine. Mind your own business and worry about your own performance.

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    Not nice to infer an affair. Just because they were close in Miami Dade and Miramar does not mean that they were anything more than just good friends. The fact that they were seen together away from work Does Not imply anything beyond good friends. Anyone would take care of a close friend in her position. His performance and knowledge may have been somewhat lacking, but doesn't that apply to most people in the PD? Why single him out? Gary, and now Gene have been covering for him just fine. Mind your own business and worry about your own performance.
    If I ever get accused of piss poor performance, please don't come to my aid. Somehow your defense of him has fallen flat. All you have done is justify his uselessness. You must be a liberal Democrat that believes everyone is entitled by just showing up. Even if so, he ain't even showing up anymore.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Not nice to infer an affair. Just because they were close in Miami Dade and Miramar does not mean that they were anything more than just good friends. The fact that they were seen together away from work Does Not imply anything beyond good friends. Anyone would take care of a close friend in her position. His performance and knowledge may have been somewhat lacking, but doesn't that apply to most people in the PD? Why single him out? Gary, and now Gene have been covering for him just fine. Mind your own business and worry about your own performance.
    Then perhaps Gary and Gene should be in that position with that salary. Taking care of incompetence on the taxpayers dime is unethical, much like she did with m Moore and his incompetence.

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    Rb literally ran this place into the ground.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    The initials are WJ. Slick Willie. Anyone who could get a high paying job (much more than the last guy), only work 20 hours a week, and then taper off to nothing (0 hours per week) and still get a giant paycheck is a genius. He must be smarter than all of us.
    There are plans for Slick Willie (SW) to leave MPD in the future. Technically, he was gone the day he was hired, but that's besides the point. Back to those plans, the administration has determined that he will be asked to retire on his 89th birthday. It has been deemed that direct depositing his salary into his bank account any longer than that "might" be unethical. Naturally, he will continue to be supplied with a new take home vehicle during this time and full benefits. Note: this accommodation should not be construed as applicable to other members of MPD. All others will be expected to work for salaries, and should this become a problem, said person shall be sent for a "fitness for duty evaluation" (FFDE). During said questionable time periods others will be required to turn in take home vehicles. All of said accomodations for Slick Willie shall Not be determined to set a precedent for other employees. Failure to pass a required FFDE will result in termination for any other MPD employee. Note: should SW refuse to retire on his 89th birthday, as requested, he will be terminated from MPD on his 95th birthday - although he will continue to have his salary direct deposited into his bank account until his 100th birthday. Again, this Shall Not be construed as setting precedent for any other MPD employee.

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    There are plans for Slick Willie (SW) to leave MPD in the future. Technically, he was gone the day he was hired, but that's besides the point. Back to those plans, the administration has determined that he will be asked to retire on his 89th birthday. It has been deemed that direct depositing his salary into his bank account any longer than that "might" be unethical. Naturally, he will continue to be supplied with a new take home vehicle during this time and full benefits. Note: this accommodation should not be construed as applicable to other members of MPD. All others will be expected to work for salaries, and should this become a problem, said person shall be sent for a "fitness for duty evaluation" (FFDE). During said questionable time periods others will be required to turn in take home vehicles. All of said accomodations for Slick Willie shall Not be determined to set a precedent for other employees. Failure to pass a required FFDE will result in termination for any other MPD employee. Note: should SW refuse to retire on his 89th birthday, as requested, he will be terminated from MPD on his 95th birthday - although he will continue to have his salary direct deposited into his bank account until his 100th birthday. Again, this Shall Not be construed as setting precedent for any other MPD employee.
    What a stupid post!

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    What a stupid post!
    Is it the actual post that is stupid, or the satire exposure of SW's special situation? Bravo to the person who posted it. I would think a giant salary like his could be used to fund several LEO or other needed positions in MPD.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    There are plans for Slick Willie (SW) to leave MPD in the future. Technically, he was gone the day he was hired, but that's besides the point. Back to those plans, the administration has determined that he will be asked to retire on his 89th birthday. It has been deemed that direct depositing his salary into his bank account any longer than that "might" be unethical. Naturally, he will continue to be supplied with a new take home vehicle during this time and full benefits. Note: this accommodation should not be construed as applicable to other members of MPD. All others will be expected to work for salaries, and should this become a problem, said person shall be sent for a "fitness for duty evaluation" (FFDE). During said questionable time periods others will be required to turn in take home vehicles. All of said accomodations for Slick Willie shall Not be determined to set a precedent for other employees. Failure to pass a required FFDE will result in termination for any other MPD employee. Note: should SW refuse to retire on his 89th birthday, as requested, he will be terminated from MPD on his 95th birthday - although he will continue to have his salary direct deposited into his bank account until his 100th birthday. Again, this Shall Not be construed as setting precedent for any other MPD employee.
    Actually, in spite of this ridiculous post, an arbitrator in an arbitration hearing may find that precedent has been set. It would be wise for everyone to take note of what has been going on here. Past practice, as it is called, often plays big in arbitration hearings. Should the city try to terminate you for some alleged inability to function this situation could factor in an important way in saving your behind. Don't blow this off as it could have important ramifications for some of you in the future. Keep the situation in that back of your minds.

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