No, Ag Law Impact weapon is not an oxymoron. It is on your belt and is called the Stinger Flashlight. Your SOP says that you may use your flashlight as a weapon when you must ( I must I must ) . To learn this fantastic tool. Google : Pocket stick, Yawara, and Kuboton, and also view all of the above on You Tube. Soon you will realize what an awesome tool/weapon your little flashlight truly is. Practice the techniques you see online and soon the ASP will no longer impress you. The Yawara rules.
weapons...Really??? You must be new. HAAAAHAAAAAAHAAAAAA ROFLMAO
Rolling on the floor ? When is the last time you swept the floor of that side station your rolling on the floor laughing in? I hope during your laugh attack you don't knock your DVD player off of the counter.
At least I stay awake at my side station, more than I can say for the guys on the interstate. I come through there about once a week early in the morning and the person on the window is always asleep. Just waves me stock trailer and ALL. I have been gone to a side station long enough that most of the guys on the interstates do not know me. Good thing I am not someone that matters. We know about ya'lls lap tops so quit pointing at others to get the heat off of you.
There was a time when we were treated and trained to be cops here. Haddock had support and Rigdon has none.
With the loss of K9, CARL, VACIS, etc. No pay raise in over six years and an unknown future. AG Law is definitly on a downward slide. Too early to tell if we will re group or regress. As for Haddock, he has some good points if you could tolerate his insufferable ego. He did improve training and brought some modernity to our agency. Really though, some of his stuff was a joke. For instance the paint ball games where we were taught not to take cover behind an engine block when under gun fire but instead to stand in the open ten yards behind the car because the lightbar would catch some of the paintballs. I will try to remember that trick when a fugitive felon attacks me with a paint ball gun.
For training I will take Klopfer anytime. His tactics are relevant and he checks his ego at the door.
Two have been killed and only one of those was possibly due to a lack of weapons and/or training. Injured?? I am not aware of any. Know the facts of your history FOOL!!
You are just jealous. Green with envy, I can read it in your posts.
OMG ! Child psychology ! My Achilles Heel. How could he have known that I am helpless against it. Is he a wizard?
Just wondering. When your stock trailer passes by the AG Stations. Are you in the trailer ?
At least I stay awake at my side station, more than I can say for the guys on the interstate. I come through there about once a week early in the morning and the person on the window is always asleep. Just waves me stock trailer and ALL.
He is always asleep and yet waves him through. This kind of talent certainly deserves a pay raise.
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