ManfredH said:No, but I am one of the tax payers in Germany
Maybe, they just have a lot more cash to spend over there. Not having to arm themselves to the teeth, because of all the loose guns. Like we do here.sportrider said:Lol...knowing how the government like to spend money, I figured they could just call it a training expense, like our government would do. You know, in case we have to run after those sportbikes, we need training...
Wink, wink, nudge, nudge, say no more ! Thanks for the pics Manfred.cruizbz said:Maybe, they just have a lot more cash to spend over there. Not having to arm themselves to the teeth, because of all the loose guns. Like we do here.
Sure the roads may be straight, flat, and dull. But, those guys risk their lives everyday around 3:30PM! When the race to be first in line for the senior early bird special at Denny's happens. Speeds can hit up to 20MPH!Loggiebone said:Yeh but...how much practice do you need in FLA to learn how to effectively handle a straight road
My Dad was a cop in a major city for 30 years. He was a great man in my eyes. I also am pleased to say that the men that I met which were his fellow officers are men that I enjoyed having in my life and were fine men as well. A rotten apple hear and there, sure, as in any walk of life. But that, after all is life, isn't it?karlb said:So while I wont jump all over P7M8 for his opinions I will say that the majority of the over 500 officers I worked with over the years were average people just trying to live their lives and make ends meet.
They deserve common curtesy and respect just like the rest of us do, and I will give them the benefit of the doubt of being a good cop until they show me otherwise in their actions.