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    Lorenzzo

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    Re: Lorenzo's Excellent DUI Adventure

    Post  Lorenzzo on Wed Jul 23, 2014 4:32 pm

    Poe4soul wrote:
    Lorenzzo wrote:
    Poe4soul wrote:
    Lorenzzo wrote:And you can engage in polygamy… thus my avatar…

    Fortunately we get more than two days of sun per year… Makes anything worth it…

    Funny, it is rainy as I type...  first couple of days of rain in months.  Glad though, eastern Washington and Oregon forests are on fire.  This should give them a reprieve. Our vegetation will be happy again with all of this moisture.  I'm sure many in the SW would give to have rain.

    Have you purchased your magical underwear?  I sure we can both agree that it's a crazy religion. One of the craziest in the US, I might add.



    The abnormal conditions hopefully aren't harming your mold and fungus.

    Has the suicide rate dropped?  Look for a massive surge when the weather returns to normal.

    I'm not seeing Portland anywhere on the top 100 list of livable places.  Geez, the entire Rust Belt made the list.  Your insecurity over where you live is understandable.

    http://livability.com/top-100-best-places-to-live

    SLC is #8

    The devil is in the details... Per your link  "Our ranking of the top 100 best places to live focuses on small to mid-sized cities..."  I'd guess Portland didn't meet the size criteria.

    We do have a lot of fungi. I love fungi.  I just had black fungi Thai dish for lunch. It was delicious.  We do have some great food in Portland.  Our super markets are awesome.  Remember those does days? Barbur world foods is just up the street.  You'd love the olive oil isle.  http://www.worldfoodsportland.com/foods.htmll

    Well look here, SLC made the 25th spot, Portland only made the 7th in Foodie towns.
    http://www.travelandleisure.com/articles/americas-best-cities-for-foodies/7

    Your logic is a bit off on suicide.  Portland does have a high suicide rate but not as high as many sunny places.  It's probably more due to drugs, alcohol, and the number of young people moving to the area without employment.  http://www.businessinsider.com/most-suicidal-us-cities-2011-7?op=1

    Don't make me search strip clubs and brew pubs.  Utah is way down on those lists compared to Portland.

    You also live in one of the sadder states behind...wait for it...New Jersey.

    Utah is in the top 10 of happiest places.

    http://www.weather.com/health/do-you-live-saddest-state-20140219

    The food thing is related to not wanting to be outside in the rain/fungus and may also explain why Oregon is so much fatter than Utah. Let me know if you want the link for that.

    Remember, it's your insecurity over where you live that is driving this discussion.
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    Re: Lorenzo's Excellent DUI Adventure

    Post  Poe4soul on Wed Jul 23, 2014 5:14 pm

    Lorenzzo wrote:
    Poe4soul wrote:
    Lorenzzo wrote:
    Poe4soul wrote:
    Lorenzzo wrote:And you can engage in polygamy… thus my avatar…

    Fortunately we get more than two days of sun per year… Makes anything worth it…

    Funny, it is rainy as I type...  first couple of days of rain in months.  Glad though, eastern Washington and Oregon forests are on fire.  This should give them a reprieve. Our vegetation will be happy again with all of this moisture.  I'm sure many in the SW would give to have rain.

    Have you purchased your magical underwear?  I sure we can both agree that it's a crazy religion. One of the craziest in the US, I might add.



    The abnormal conditions hopefully aren't harming your mold and fungus.

    Has the suicide rate dropped?  Look for a massive surge when the weather returns to normal.

    I'm not seeing Portland anywhere on the top 100 list of livable places.  Geez, the entire Rust Belt made the list.  Your insecurity over where you live is understandable.

    http://livability.com/top-100-best-places-to-live

    SLC is #8

    The devil is in the details... Per your link  "Our ranking of the top 100 best places to live focuses on small to mid-sized cities..."  I'd guess Portland didn't meet the size criteria.

    We do have a lot of fungi. I love fungi.  I just had black fungi Thai dish for lunch. It was delicious.  We do have some great food in Portland.  Our super markets are awesome.  Remember those does days? Barbur world foods is just up the street.  You'd love the olive oil isle.  http://www.worldfoodsportland.com/foods.htmll

    Well look here, SLC made the 25th spot, Portland only made the 7th in Foodie towns.
    http://www.travelandleisure.com/articles/americas-best-cities-for-foodies/7

    Your logic is a bit off on suicide.  Portland does have a high suicide rate but not as high as many sunny places.  It's probably more due to drugs, alcohol, and the number of young people moving to the area without employment.  http://www.businessinsider.com/most-suicidal-us-cities-2011-7?op=1

    Don't make me search strip clubs and brew pubs.  Utah is way down on those lists compared to Portland.

    You also live in one of the sadder states behind...wait for it...New Jersey.

    Utah is in the top 10 of happiest places.

    http://www.weather.com/health/do-you-live-saddest-state-20140219

    The food thing is related to not wanting to be outside in the rain/fungus and may also explain why Oregon is so much fatter than Utah.  Let me know if you want the link for that.

    Remember, it's your insecurity over where you live that is driving this discussion.

    Just a wee bit of projection on the insecurity. Are you second guessing your move?

    Interestingly Portland is 1.5 points below Utah in both surveys .  I wonder what the margin of error was.  

    I'm fine with Portland.  I'm fine with the rain.  I love green and hate brown.. Sure there might places I'd rather live, but then I'd have to move. I have a career here in Portland and I'll likely ride it out to retirement.  Of all the places I've lived and traveled to, I like Portland the best.  But then I'd love to live in the high desert again.  I've considered Bend, Oregon but there are just way too many retired Californians living there. Like I said, I don't think I could put up with the religious attitudes of Utah. Great skiing, fishing, and outdoor life. but the rest is BS. I'm sure your having fun.  I would too if I was semi retired.  But I'm not, and I don't think any place like SLC or Bend would be good for a surveyor of my talents.
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    Re: Lorenzo's Excellent DUI Adventure

    Post  Lorenzzo on Wed Jul 23, 2014 6:09 pm

    Poe4soul wrote:
    Lorenzzo wrote:
    Poe4soul wrote:
    Lorenzzo wrote:
    Poe4soul wrote:
    Lorenzzo wrote:And you can engage in polygamy… thus my avatar…

    Fortunately we get more than two days of sun per year… Makes anything worth it…

    Funny, it is rainy as I type...  first couple of days of rain in months.  Glad though, eastern Washington and Oregon forests are on fire.  This should give them a reprieve. Our vegetation will be happy again with all of this moisture.  I'm sure many in the SW would give to have rain.

    Have you purchased your magical underwear?  I sure we can both agree that it's a crazy religion. One of the craziest in the US, I might add.



    The abnormal conditions hopefully aren't harming your mold and fungus.

    Has the suicide rate dropped?  Look for a massive surge when the weather returns to normal.

    I'm not seeing Portland anywhere on the top 100 list of livable places.  Geez, the entire Rust Belt made the list.  Your insecurity over where you live is understandable.

    http://livability.com/top-100-best-places-to-live

    SLC is #8

    The devil is in the details... Per your link  "Our ranking of the top 100 best places to live focuses on small to mid-sized cities..."  I'd guess Portland didn't meet the size criteria.

    We do have a lot of fungi. I love fungi.  I just had black fungi Thai dish for lunch. It was delicious.  We do have some great food in Portland.  Our super markets are awesome.  Remember those does days? Barbur world foods is just up the street.  You'd love the olive oil isle.  http://www.worldfoodsportland.com/foods.htmll

    Well look here, SLC made the 25th spot, Portland only made the 7th in Foodie towns.
    http://www.travelandleisure.com/articles/americas-best-cities-for-foodies/7

    Your logic is a bit off on suicide.  Portland does have a high suicide rate but not as high as many sunny places.  It's probably more due to drugs, alcohol, and the number of young people moving to the area without employment.  http://www.businessinsider.com/most-suicidal-us-cities-2011-7?op=1

    Don't make me search strip clubs and brew pubs.  Utah is way down on those lists compared to Portland.

    You also live in one of the sadder states behind...wait for it...New Jersey.

    Utah is in the top 10 of happiest places.

    http://www.weather.com/health/do-you-live-saddest-state-20140219

    The food thing is related to not wanting to be outside in the rain/fungus and may also explain why Oregon is so much fatter than Utah.  Let me know if you want the link for that.

    Remember, it's your insecurity over where you live that is driving this discussion.

    Just a wee bit of projection on the insecurity. Are you second guessing your move?

    Interestingly Portland is 1.5 points below Utah in both surveys .  I wonder what the margin of error was.  

    I'm fine with Portland.  I'm fine with the rain.  I love green and hate brown.. Sure there might places I'd rather live, but then I'd have to move. I have a career here in Portland and I'll likely ride it out to retirement.  Of all the places I've lived and traveled to, I like Portland the best.  But then I'd love to live in the high desert again.  I've considered Bend, Oregon but there are just way too many retired Californians living there. Like I said, I don't think I could put up with the religious attitudes of Utah. Great skiing, fishing, and outdoor life. but the rest is BS. I'm sure your having fun.  I would to if I was semi retired.  But I'm not and I don't think any place like SLC or Bend would be good for a surveyor of my talents.  
    Obviously I've been messing with you as it's obvious you aren't plugged into fact only rationalizing.  That's totally cool if that's what it takes to enjoy where you are.  There's no brown here btw and the religious stuff is a plus and minus unless you are uninformed.

    The true distinguishing factors are I can live anywhere and...um... I actually spent a fair amount of time in Portland.
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    Re: Lorenzo's Excellent DUI Adventure

    Post  Poe4soul on Wed Jul 23, 2014 7:11 pm

    Lorenzzo wrote:
    Poe4soul wrote:
    Lorenzzo wrote:
    Poe4soul wrote:
    Lorenzzo wrote:
    Poe4soul wrote:
    Lorenzzo wrote:And you can engage in polygamy… thus my avatar…

    Fortunately we get more than two days of sun per year… Makes anything worth it…

    Funny, it is rainy as I type...  first couple of days of rain in months.  Glad though, eastern Washington and Oregon forests are on fire.  This should give them a reprieve. Our vegetation will be happy again with all of this moisture.  I'm sure many in the SW would give to have rain.

    Have you purchased your magical underwear?  I sure we can both agree that it's a crazy religion. One of the craziest in the US, I might add.



    The abnormal conditions hopefully aren't harming your mold and fungus.

    Has the suicide rate dropped?  Look for a massive surge when the weather returns to normal.

    I'm not seeing Portland anywhere on the top 100 list of livable places.  Geez, the entire Rust Belt made the list.  Your insecurity over where you live is understandable.

    http://livability.com/top-100-best-places-to-live

    SLC is #8

    The devil is in the details... Per your link  "Our ranking of the top 100 best places to live focuses on small to mid-sized cities..."  I'd guess Portland didn't meet the size criteria.

    We do have a lot of fungi. I love fungi.  I just had black fungi Thai dish for lunch. It was delicious.  We do have some great food in Portland.  Our super markets are awesome.  Remember those does days? Barbur world foods is just up the street.  You'd love the olive oil isle.  http://www.worldfoodsportland.com/foods.htmll

    Well look here, SLC made the 25th spot, Portland only made the 7th in Foodie towns.
    http://www.travelandleisure.com/articles/americas-best-cities-for-foodies/7

    Your logic is a bit off on suicide.  Portland does have a high suicide rate but not as high as many sunny places.  It's probably more due to drugs, alcohol, and the number of young people moving to the area without employment.  http://www.businessinsider.com/most-suicidal-us-cities-2011-7?op=1

    Don't make me search strip clubs and brew pubs.  Utah is way down on those lists compared to Portland.

    You also live in one of the sadder states behind...wait for it...New Jersey.

    Utah is in the top 10 of happiest places.

    http://www.weather.com/health/do-you-live-saddest-state-20140219

    The food thing is related to not wanting to be outside in the rain/fungus and may also explain why Oregon is so much fatter than Utah.  Let me know if you want the link for that.

    Remember, it's your insecurity over where you live that is driving this discussion.

    Just a wee bit of projection on the insecurity. Are you second guessing your move?

    Interestingly Portland is 1.5 points below Utah in both surveys .  I wonder what the margin of error was.  

    I'm fine with Portland.  I'm fine with the rain.  I love green and hate brown.. Sure there might places I'd rather live, but then I'd have to move. I have a career here in Portland and I'll likely ride it out to retirement.  Of all the places I've lived and traveled to, I like Portland the best.  But then I'd love to live in the high desert again.  I've considered Bend, Oregon but there are just way too many retired Californians living there. Like I said, I don't think I could put up with the religious attitudes of Utah. Great skiing, fishing, and outdoor life. but the rest is BS. I'm sure your having fun.  I would to if I was semi retired.  But I'm not and I don't think any place like SLC or Bend would be good for a surveyor of my talents.  
    Obviously I've been messing with you as it's obvious you aren't plugged into fact only rationalizing.  That's totally cool if that's what it takes to enjoy where you are.  There's no brown here btw and the religious stuff is a plus and minus unless you are uninformed.

    The true distinguishing factors are I can live anywhere and...um... I actually spent a fair amount of time in Portland.

    Oh, I got it. Without fresh meat, someone has to spur the conversations around here.
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    Re: Lorenzo's Excellent DUI Adventure

    Post  Kiwigolfer on Wed Jul 23, 2014 9:16 pm

    Lorenzzo wrote:
    Kiwigolfer wrote:
    Lorenzzo wrote:And you can engage in polygamy… thus my avatar…

    Fortunately we get more than two days of sun per year… Makes anything worth it…

    Wow time flies since you were toasting the snow god or whatever? So it must be the height of summer now, are you mountain biking these days Zo?

    There's about two days worth of snow left at 3,000 meters in shady spots so skiing is but a memory. Although in the time it takes for a license suspension (120 days) I'll be skiing again. Hard to believe. The dry land ski training now becoming common at the gym is a reminder.

    I'm MB 2-3 days a week, road biking the same (in addition to necessary transportation).  The lift serviced trails are the bomb.  What's your winter been like so far. Haven't heard from my Mt. Cook buds.

    Winter was late arriving but it is here now. There was virtually no snow up until about a month ago. There's a reasonable amount now but not sure whether it is a vintage season. I won't be skiing this year so I haven't bothered to keep a close eye on it but friends were in Queenstown this past fortnight and had a blast.
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    Re: Lorenzo's Excellent DUI Adventure

    Post  Lorenzzo on Thu Jul 24, 2014 5:40 pm

    Poe4soul wrote:
    Lorenzzo wrote:
    Poe4soul wrote:
    Lorenzzo wrote:
    Poe4soul wrote:
    Lorenzzo wrote:
    Poe4soul wrote:
    Lorenzzo wrote:And you can engage in polygamy… thus my avatar…

    Fortunately we get more than two days of sun per year… Makes anything worth it…

    Funny, it is rainy as I type...  first couple of days of rain in months.  Glad though, eastern Washington and Oregon forests are on fire.  This should give them a reprieve. Our vegetation will be happy again with all of this moisture.  I'm sure many in the SW would give to have rain.

    Have you purchased your magical underwear?  I sure we can both agree that it's a crazy religion. One of the craziest in the US, I might add.



    The abnormal conditions hopefully aren't harming your mold and fungus.

    Has the suicide rate dropped?  Look for a massive surge when the weather returns to normal.

    I'm not seeing Portland anywhere on the top 100 list of livable places.  Geez, the entire Rust Belt made the list.  Your insecurity over where you live is understandable.

    http://livability.com/top-100-best-places-to-live

    SLC is #8

    The devil is in the details... Per your link  "Our ranking of the top 100 best places to live focuses on small to mid-sized cities..."  I'd guess Portland didn't meet the size criteria.

    We do have a lot of fungi. I love fungi.  I just had black fungi Thai dish for lunch. It was delicious.  We do have some great food in Portland.  Our super markets are awesome.  Remember those does days? Barbur world foods is just up the street.  You'd love the olive oil isle.  http://www.worldfoodsportland.com/foods.htmll

    Well look here, SLC made the 25th spot, Portland only made the 7th in Foodie towns.
    http://www.travelandleisure.com/articles/americas-best-cities-for-foodies/7

    Your logic is a bit off on suicide.  Portland does have a high suicide rate but not as high as many sunny places.  It's probably more due to drugs, alcohol, and the number of young people moving to the area without employment.  http://www.businessinsider.com/most-suicidal-us-cities-2011-7?op=1

    Don't make me search strip clubs and brew pubs.  Utah is way down on those lists compared to Portland.

    You also live in one of the sadder states behind...wait for it...New Jersey.

    Utah is in the top 10 of happiest places.

    http://www.weather.com/health/do-you-live-saddest-state-20140219

    The food thing is related to not wanting to be outside in the rain/fungus and may also explain why Oregon is so much fatter than Utah.  Let me know if you want the link for that.

    Remember, it's your insecurity over where you live that is driving this discussion.

    Just a wee bit of projection on the insecurity. Are you second guessing your move?

    Interestingly Portland is 1.5 points below Utah in both surveys .  I wonder what the margin of error was.  

    I'm fine with Portland.  I'm fine with the rain.  I love green and hate brown.. Sure there might places I'd rather live, but then I'd have to move. I have a career here in Portland and I'll likely ride it out to retirement.  Of all the places I've lived and traveled to, I like Portland the best.  But then I'd love to live in the high desert again.  I've considered Bend, Oregon but there are just way too many retired Californians living there. Like I said, I don't think I could put up with the religious attitudes of Utah. Great skiing, fishing, and outdoor life. but the rest is BS. I'm sure your having fun.  I would to if I was semi retired.  But I'm not and I don't think any place like SLC or Bend would be good for a surveyor of my talents.  
    Obviously I've been messing with you as it's obvious you aren't plugged into fact only rationalizing.  That's totally cool if that's what it takes to enjoy where you are.  There's no brown here btw and the religious stuff is a plus and minus unless you are uninformed.

    The true distinguishing factors are I can live anywhere and...um... I actually spent a fair amount of time in Portland.

    Oh, I got it.  Without fresh meat, someone has to spur the conversations around here.

    Yeah, it's kind of hard to manufacture conflict using national Inquirer type articles from weather.com.
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    Re: Lorenzo's Excellent DUI Adventure

    Post  Poe4soul on Fri Jul 25, 2014 9:52 am

    Lorenzzo wrote:
    Poe4soul wrote:
    Lorenzzo wrote:
    Poe4soul wrote:
    Lorenzzo wrote:
    Poe4soul wrote:
    Lorenzzo wrote:
    Poe4soul wrote:
    Lorenzzo wrote:And you can engage in polygamy… thus my avatar…

    Fortunately we get more than two days of sun per year… Makes anything worth it…

    Funny, it is rainy as I type...  first couple of days of rain in months.  Glad though, eastern Washington and Oregon forests are on fire.  This should give them a reprieve. Our vegetation will be happy again with all of this moisture.  I'm sure many in the SW would give to have rain.

    Have you purchased your magical underwear?  I sure we can both agree that it's a crazy religion. One of the craziest in the US, I might add.



    The abnormal conditions hopefully aren't harming your mold and fungus.

    Has the suicide rate dropped?  Look for a massive surge when the weather returns to normal.

    I'm not seeing Portland anywhere on the top 100 list of livable places.  Geez, the entire Rust Belt made the list.  Your insecurity over where you live is understandable.

    http://livability.com/top-100-best-places-to-live

    SLC is #8

    The devil is in the details... Per your link  "Our ranking of the top 100 best places to live focuses on small to mid-sized cities..."  I'd guess Portland didn't meet the size criteria.

    We do have a lot of fungi. I love fungi.  I just had black fungi Thai dish for lunch. It was delicious.  We do have some great food in Portland.  Our super markets are awesome.  Remember those does days? Barbur world foods is just up the street.  You'd love the olive oil isle.  http://www.worldfoodsportland.com/foods.htmll

    Well look here, SLC made the 25th spot, Portland only made the 7th in Foodie towns.
    http://www.travelandleisure.com/articles/americas-best-cities-for-foodies/7

    Your logic is a bit off on suicide.  Portland does have a high suicide rate but not as high as many sunny places.  It's probably more due to drugs, alcohol, and the number of young people moving to the area without employment.  http://www.businessinsider.com/most-suicidal-us-cities-2011-7?op=1

    Don't make me search strip clubs and brew pubs.  Utah is way down on those lists compared to Portland.

    You also live in one of the sadder states behind...wait for it...New Jersey.

    Utah is in the top 10 of happiest places.

    http://www.weather.com/health/do-you-live-saddest-state-20140219

    The food thing is related to not wanting to be outside in the rain/fungus and may also explain why Oregon is so much fatter than Utah.  Let me know if you want the link for that.

    Remember, it's your insecurity over where you live that is driving this discussion.

    Just a wee bit of projection on the insecurity. Are you second guessing your move?

    Interestingly Portland is 1.5 points below Utah in both surveys .  I wonder what the margin of error was.  

    I'm fine with Portland.  I'm fine with the rain.  I love green and hate brown.. Sure there might places I'd rather live, but then I'd have to move. I have a career here in Portland and I'll likely ride it out to retirement.  Of all the places I've lived and traveled to, I like Portland the best.  But then I'd love to live in the high desert again.  I've considered Bend, Oregon but there are just way too many retired Californians living there. Like I said, I don't think I could put up with the religious attitudes of Utah. Great skiing, fishing, and outdoor life. but the rest is BS. I'm sure your having fun.  I would to if I was semi retired.  But I'm not and I don't think any place like SLC or Bend would be good for a surveyor of my talents.  
    Obviously I've been messing with you as it's obvious you aren't plugged into fact only rationalizing.  That's totally cool if that's what it takes to enjoy where you are.  There's no brown here btw and the religious stuff is a plus and minus unless you are uninformed.

    The true distinguishing factors are I can live anywhere and...um... I actually spent a fair amount of time in Portland.

    Oh, I got it.  Without fresh meat, someone has to spur the conversations around here.

    Yeah, it's kind of hard to manufacture conflict using national Inquirer type articles from weather.com.

    I wouldn't live in Portland if I was a skier. The snow sucks in the PNW. But I was sailboarding when I moved here. The Gorge is one of the best windsurfing spots in the world. I'm guessing you'd have a serious problem living in Hood River. It's a true sausage fest. There are a ton male tustifarians there. Most bars and parties have a guy to girl ratio of 10:1.

    But the town is pretty cool. You have world class windsurfing. Mt Hood is less that 40 miles with decent snow. Plus some good salmon, steelhead, trout, sturgeon fishing. And Portland is only an hour away. The other downside, it blows like a mother f'er, most of the time.
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    Re: Lorenzo's Excellent DUI Adventure

    Post  trombettista_vecchio on Mon Aug 25, 2014 10:50 am

    We live in a dysfunctional country with virtually no sanity in the laws.

    The universe is no more than the random confluence of sub-atomic particles, and if those particles had a source, that source had no intelligent input during the confluence.

    All we can do is make the most of it once we're dragged onto this shithole of a space rock and have the decency not to procreate and subject other innocent souls to our ordeal. I personally HATE cops with a General Patton complex, but you can't get away with snuffing them so you must avoid them as best you can.
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    Re: Lorenzo's Excellent DUI Adventure

    Post  Mongrel on Mon Aug 25, 2014 11:17 am

    They can be snuffed but you have to be careful about it. Good place to do it is in The Ghetto where there are loads of abandoned row houses with collapsed roofs, broken windows, boarded doors, trash-filled alleys. If you live in an area like mine, you get the mind picture rather easily.

    So you do what the trained professional snipers do. Scope out the 'hood, find a suitable hide. Have a getaway vehicle parked nearby that is well enough hidden pre-shot. Then you go in dressed as a repairman or in a hazmat suit like an asbestos removal guy and wait until about three ay em and call in a 911 emergency like a stabbing or shooting at a location you have pre-selected as your kill zone. The cops arrive and un-ass their patrol vehicles and you take your shots. Using a suppressed rifle, of course. Then beat feet.

    If all goes according to plan, you will have one or more deceased little piggly-wigglies and the local broes will take the blame and their will be po-leece retribution featuring arrests and brutality that will make The Eleven News.
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    Re: Lorenzo's Excellent DUI Adventure

    Post  trombettista_vecchio on Mon Aug 25, 2014 1:40 pm

    I guess you've given this some thought, Mongrel. And far be it from me to judge.
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    Re: Lorenzo's Excellent DUI Adventure

    Post  Mongrel on Mon Aug 25, 2014 1:48 pm

    Targets might vary. Methodology is the same. I really wouldn't want to do cops, though. Most of them are just useful idiots. The best cops I've ever met have been ones who are characters in fictional books that I though at a good clip.
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    Re: Lorenzo's Excellent DUI Adventure

    Post  trombettista_vecchio on Mon Aug 25, 2014 1:58 pm

    The very best cops are the ones who just wanted a good, civil service job. They're usually decent people. They just try to do the best job that they can like normal working people do.

    The ones who are really into it are pretty much identical to the criminals that they're up against. That's why they put their most effort into people driving five MPH over the limit as opposed to their co-perps. Two sides of the same coin. Both bullies who fold against formidable resistence.

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    Re: Lorenzo's Excellent DUI Adventure

    Post  Mongrel on Mon Aug 25, 2014 2:03 pm

    I forgot to mention that there is a class of cops that I have met and liked. The Feds. The FBI agents I've known have been college grads and dedicated dudes and with no bully mentalities. Secret Service guys sort of similar only not as bright. My favorites are military cops. I knew some undercover operators who were really cool. The DEA I have come across are either uber-cool or total douchebags. I don't consider Spooks to be cops.
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    Re: Lorenzo's Excellent DUI Adventure

    Post  trombettista_vecchio on Mon Aug 25, 2014 2:09 pm

    FBI--fucking bunch of idiots.

    Exceptions to every rule, but not enough of them in my experience.

    No exceptions to TSA agents and anybody working in the service of either The Patriot or Rico Acts. They're pretty much all douchbags.
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    Post  Mongrel on Mon Aug 25, 2014 2:16 pm

    TSA are not cops. TSA is a government transfer payment program designed to upgrade the typical shelf-stocker at Walmart and burger flipper at McDonald's to middle class status.
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    Post  trombettista_vecchio on Mon Aug 25, 2014 2:19 pm

    Mongrel wrote:TSA are not cops. TSA is a government transfer payment program designed to upgrade the typical shelf-stocker at Walmart and burger flipper at McDonald's to middle class status.

    Seems like a reasonable assessment I must admit.

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