Friday, March 15, 2013

LEO Follies...

I remember a kids magazine we had when I was growing up that featured a game which presented the reader with a picture of some common, everyday event - the challenge was to find the things in the picture that didn't belong....


Did you spot it? Kinda jumps out....
( This one is courtesy of TSP - His post can be found HERE ......pretty funny)

Here it is again, in case you missed it....

Here's a couple more to really get your day off to good start...




And it wouldn't be complete without everyone's favorite DEA gun-ninja putting a round through his foot in a crowded elementary school classroom....


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This could go on ad infinitum, so I will stop it here.

Just remember folks - only government employees are highly trained and professional enough to be trusted with firearms.





3 comments:

  1. You should make that a weekly feature. Maybe titled "Great moments in Police Protection" or something like that. It'll make a post when nothing is tickling the grey matter. Keep up the good work.

    Jack

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  2. (via dailymail.co.uk)

    "'It's disturbing to think that 1) none of his buddies corrected it, and 2) he's in a real-life situation with his optic on backwards, which means he's never fired that rifle with the optic on it, which means it isn't zeroed and he thought it was OK to show up to a gunfight with an unzeroed weapon,' wrote one Reddit user.
    ...............The image came from a report on WKTV about an overnight standoff between law enforcement and an alleged killer hiding in building in Herkimer, N.Y.

    Despite the backwards sight, the standoff ended with the gunman killed and no reports of innocent bystanders being accidentally shot by SWAT."

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  3. Never correct your enemy's mistakes...

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