Stopping for a gallon of milk and shopping with your kid for furniture for two hours don’t even come close to being the same thing.
Usually if I stopped somewhere, my shirt came off during the summer or a non uniform jacket went on in the winter. And I sure as hell never carried my duty weapon while shopping at the local grocery.
But to my larger point, if this guy was on the clock, that’s a hell of a lunch break, if he wasn’t then that’s what God created off duty sidearms for.
[-1] July 9, 2014 at 7:09pm
Any particular reason a uniformed officer is shopping in IKEA for two hours? When I was in Corrections, if I wasn’t working, I wasn’t in uniform.
So you never stopped by a store on your way home for a gallon of milk?
Maybe he was on his way home. Maybe he was helping his daughter during a time she was free so they could go shopping. I am sure he informed his supervisor because it is not like you can sneak around in uniform without some busybody noticing and acting childish tattling about police on patrol.
I believe if I owned a business, Cops in uniform would be welcome in my store. I would give them free food and treat them like royalty. Ikea was not thinking clearly when they allowed this to happen.
 June 16, 2014 at 3:53pm
All for the 2nd Amendment, but you crazy old bastard, set down the rifle and explain yourself.
Just another post by a faux 2nd Amendment liberal who thinks that open carry means that you are crazy, and therefor subject to have your gun rights taken away! You discredit all gun owners and do harm to the 2ns Amendment!
March 23, 2014 at 1:05pm
At 1:19 you can see where the treat on a string falls out of his right sleeve.
February 4, 2014 at 12:05pm
Brendon Ayanbadejo, you’re a millionaire and it took the Obamacare/ACA for your mother to be able to get health insurance? If you’re so low as a person that after striking it rich, you couldn’t even help mom get proper medical insurance, what makes you think your opinion means jacks#!t to anyone?
January 15, 2014 at 10:57am
Christie is getting hammered for his family appearing in a post Sandy commercial paid for by federal funds, but no one has any problems with this? So far the Obama administration has spent over 250 million on advertising on this obomination of a law. What a joke.
January 8, 2014 at 6:32am
Nabuquduriuzhur, I wouldn’t think you had your head so far up your ass if at least one of the statistics you gave were accurate.
January 7, 2014 at 10:26pm
She is willing to testify and if fact allowed the press to use both her name and image in the reporting of the story, even though rape shield laws protect her.
The town, much like the teachers and union who backed a convicted pedophile, turned on the victim and harassed her to the point the family moved to a different state.
He said she said do not result in the police enforce decrying the DA dropping the case and have the Governor appoint a special prosecutor to redo the investigation.
Innocent until proven guilty, would require the legal system having their day in court. Not a DA who drops the case with no explanation.
And regardless of what crazy woman Rob says he’s dated, compassion is in order for a 14 girl who at the best, had drunken sex with a 17 year old, had it videotaped and posted and then was left half naked by those same boys to nearly freeze to death in front of her house.
Since Rob seems to be failing in that department, I suspect that the fault in his relationships lies not with the woman that he is dating, but the ******* they were.
Is that why fully 50% of rape claims in the U.S. turn out to be complete fabrications?
Or why 40% in canada turn out to be complete fabrications?
Or why 99+% of sexual harassment claims turn out to be a woman wanting to hurt someone else, a woman wanting to get someone fired to take their job, or a woman wanting to get back at a man for not being interested in her?
Those were the usual reasons in Federal Civil Service and the military for claims.
The days when women's word in criminal cases could be trusted is long gone. It's simply too common to lie.
You really hate women don't you. You must be one sad little man.
The Lord rebuke you in Jesus' Name for being a liar.
Nabuquduriuzhur, I wouldn't think you had your head so far up your ass if at least one of the statistics you gave were accurate.
You said she was "left half naked by those same boys to nearly freeze to death in front of her house." They brought her home in the same clothes she sneaked out of her house in. What are they supposed to do, buy her a coat before taking her home?
January 7, 2014 at 10:18pm
Rob this has nothing to do with you and the women you choose to date. Take yourself out of the equation.
Quick synopsis of the case. Two 17 year old boys take out this 14 year old, give her booze, Nodaway County Sheriff’s reports. As Daisy Coleman continued drinking, her friend and an underage boy went into one of the bedrooms. Barnett admitted to sheriff’s investigators that he had sex with Daisy in another room, but said she wasn’t yet drunk, just “buzzed.” Zech said he used a buddy’s iPhone to videotape Barnett and Daisy kissing, half undressed. Barnett, Zech and two other boys say they watched the video before deleting it, according to sheriff’s reports.
The younger girl and the boys later told sheriff’s investigators that Daisy Coleman was incoherent and had to be carried out of the Barnett home. The boys drove the girls back to the Colemans, told the younger girl to go inside, saying they would leave Daisy Coleman outside so she could sober up. They propped Daisy up against the house, as she was vomiting, and deposited her purse, shoes and cell phone, according to sheriff’s reports.
Daisy was left overnight and found nearly frozen to death the next morning. Police arrested two of the boys almost immediately on several charges, including rape, sexual assault of a minor, distribution of child porn, etc. al.
Two months after being arrested and formally charged, the DA without explanation dropped all the charges. The governor has appointed a spe
January 7, 2014 at 9:06pm
Gotta agree with Catty. Look into this. It’s the good o’le boy protecting a kids, who having gotten away with it once may come for your daughter next.
January 5, 2014 at 5:34pm
He lacks the moral character to join the bar? What moral’s do lawyers have? Most of our politicians are lawyers and look where that has gotten us.
October 13, 2013 at 4:30pm
Aristacch, you sir insult pigs.
October 9, 2013 at 10:23pm
I have zero problem with the headlock on the girl. All you have to do is go to Youtube and search for girl fights and you’ll see the need for this type of restraint. However, suspending the kids for commenting on web postings, not so much. I can see suspending the kid who took and posted the picture for using their phone in school (which I assume is against policy), but for those who made comments? If I was a parent I would be screaming bloody murder.
October 8, 2013 at 6:16pm
Love seeing a guy who got his start on a MTV reality show make a “news journalist” like Andrea Mitchell look like a complete idiot.
October 8, 2013 at 9:46am
With the government is shut down, it seems that there would be no one there to process and cash his fine. Problem solved.
October 7, 2013 at 6:29pm
rpp, no problem with what you said, but that effect should have come during the hiring process. Had the school done their due diligence they would not have this problem now. Instead they hired her and gave her the protection of the union or state laws regarding termination. Now the problem isn’t her’s, but the schools.
October 6, 2013 at 12:06pm
On duty, the assumption is that an officer while in the performance of his duties is not drinking. If that off duty officer is carrying at a game (which I have zero problem with), than under no circumstances should he be drinking alcohol. Should he want to enjoy the game and a few beers than his weapon should be left at home.
September 9, 2013 at 11:31am
I’d be interested to know if speeding municipal vehicles, police, fire and ambulance who are responding to emergencies are issued speeding tickets as well? I’d bet not.
August 16, 2013 at 6:39pm
So burning the American flag is protected speech, but flipping the bird to a cop is reason to be questioned and detained?
August 13, 2013 at 6:43pm
Weis, unless the hostage taker was shooting at the police on full auto, how exactly could they tell that without being in possession of the weapon?