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It's either that or a corrupt cop!

Glad you figured out a way to post it, as I received that picture along with some others in an email and COULD NOT for the life of me get it to format to copy/paste, reformat to get it to go in a post! Thanks for getting it out there for viewing/discussion.

I wonder if there was an article on the picture somewhere along the way describing the true scenario and for whatever reason became separated from the picture??? Or if anyone here knows the dogs or the authorities? Once again, things that make you go hmmmmm.....
 

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Not sure if this is even in the USA.
Dogs aren't used as crowd control here since the sixties and the horrible images of crowd control during the civil rights marches.
LEOs correct me if I'm wrong.
 

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Michele, I don't know. I didn't get a story or anything either; just the picture. If you look, it looks like his own dog is trying to bite his hand, too. :lol:

PS - Just save the picture to your computer and then upload it to putfile, photobucket, etc.
 

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<<<It's either that or a corrupt cop!>>>

Why would he have to be a corrupt cop. Maybe the cop got struck. Maybe the dog got struck, maybe the cop got spit upon and decided he'd had enough. Just wondering out loud.

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<<<Dogs aren't used as crowd control here since the sixties and the horrible images of crowd control during the civil rights marches.>>

Bob, I would say you are generally correct. Most departments keep the dogs in reserve on the apprehension team, or a last fall back position. Most departments have worked hard and diligently to overcome the those
images of the 60's.

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I think the corrupt cop comment was just a funny comment, David. I think the guy should have known better than to keep treats in his pants pockets!
 

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Yeah David, it was just a joke, we are getting tired of your hot-headedness in this place. Lighten up. Its obvious that cop had a donut in his hand.



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Woody Taylor said:
Yeah David, it was just a joke, we are getting tired of your hot-headedness in this place. Lighten up. Its obvious that cop had a donut in his hand......:wicked:
Woody. Isn't someone calling you?
 

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Jeff didn't feed me that line! He was calling about something else.

C'mon, that donut line is the funniest thing you will read today. Give a guy a break.
 

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Woody Taylor said:
Jeff didn't feed me that line! He was calling about something else.

C'mon, that donut line is the funniest thing you will read today. Give a guy a break.
Oh, please please don't let that be the funniest thing I read today...... :lol:
 

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David Frost said:
<<<It's either that or a corrupt cop!>>>

Why would he have to be a corrupt cop. Maybe the cop got struck. Maybe the dog got struck, maybe the cop got spit upon and decided he'd had enough. Just wondering out loud.

DFrost
I so totally was sharing my wonder too.
whoHOoowooo though, that donut comment was just about hilarious....I don't think I've ever typed this...but---here goes--LOL (about the donut in hand).
 

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I'm going to contact my congressman and see if a law can be passed making donut jokes a felony. Besides, everyone knows they are "power rings".

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David Frost said:
I'm going to contact my congressman and see if a law can be passed making donut jokes a felony. Besides, everyone knows they are "power rings".

DFrost
Thank you for making Woody's line NOT the funniest thing I read today! :lol: :lol:
 

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Let's see...from my Blackberry, I managed to 1. take a light-hearted shot at a personal hero of mine like David Frost 2. Score a big ironic joke and 3. potentially open the thread to an incursion of donut-related anger...

That is a beautiful alignment of things. Consider this thread Pwned, kittens!

 

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Woody Taylor said:
Let's see...from my Blackberry, I managed to 1. take a light-hearted shot at a personal hero of mine like David Frost 2. Score a big ironic joke and 3. potentially open the thread to an incursion of donut-related anger...
Ain't technology wonderful?!
 

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susan tuck said:
power rings!!!!! Ahhhaaaaahaaaaahaaaa rotflof Good one Sir Frost 8)
Heh, that's Soft Diva Dr. to you, Susan. :lol: I would post a name anagram of you but you officially have the filthiest anagram possibilities of any person for whom I've built one....YIKES....family forum here. :lol: I literally can't find a fun one for you that wouldn't involve a word in a George Carlin comedy routine.
 

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Michele McAtee said:
It's either that or a corrupt cop!

Glad you figured out a way to post it, as I received that picture along with some others in an email and COULD NOT for the life of me get it to format to copy/paste, reformat to get it to go in a post! Thanks for getting it out there for viewing/discussion.

I wonder if there was an article on the picture somewhere along the way describing the true scenario and for whatever reason became separated from the picture??? Or if anyone here knows the dogs or the authorities? Once again, things that make you go hmmmmm.....
Michelle, I have seen this picture before, can't remember the details, but it is taken in Europe. Most european police use dogs for crowd control.

I don't think it was a donut, (David or Woody) but rather a freshly cooked bradwurst.
Rob
 
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