Tuesday, September 20, 2005

Once again (for the dumbass)

Evidently, we have a new troll, or a returning troll who has attention deficit disorder. Whichever it happens to be, please read the following links so we don't have to keep repeating ourselves:
  1. "OK Dumbass"
  2. "Situational Awareness (and 15,000 hits)"
  3. "Ahem, children?"
This is a public board. Public. Viewers who aren't the police. Civilians. And some folks have taken it upon themselves (we have done nothing to stop them - we don't really care) to notify out-of-state websites, high profile lawyers, columnists (Frank Main quoted our board!) and reverends of the existence of this board. It's inevitable that others will find out about it. A simple question for the jagoff who keeps asking inappropriate questions about female cops in Washington DC in general and a female supervisor in particular: Why give the police haters an easy mover?

You know why everyone hates inspectors? Because they make the police follow the rules. Sure, some are bigger pains in the rear than others, but why give them the easy mover? Get your city sticker, show up to court/roll call on time, wear your uniform correctly, come clear in a reasonable amount of time, and 99 times out of 100 you'll never deal with an inspector. So why the hell would you (the dumbass) use someone else's blog (ours) to post anonymous claptrap that will be nothing but a hammer to beat us with should a decent Sexual Harassment lawyer (with a background in Internet Law) decide to sue E-blogger to get a list of the IP addresses of our visitors? As we've stated numerous times, if you don't think your IP address is traceable, you are smoking crack. And if you think that a lawyer couldn't compel E-blogger to produce a list, you're ignorant. This is cook county for chrissake. Yahoo just gave up the IP addresses of a bunch of Chinese bloggers who are serving 10 year prison sentences now for revealing state secrets. The racial BS has died down, now let the misogynist crap go away. We've been deleting the comments as we find them.

24 Comments:

Blogger SCC said...

We let your other post stand in another thread. It doesn't get to be posted in every one of our threads. Go start your own blog if you want to waste bandwidth.

9/20/2005 03:15:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

SCC
Any chance you can track the ip address of who made the comment and ban them??

9/20/2005 03:23:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas. Same rule applies to D.C.
Everyone should know that come on.
Why put someone in the trick bag?

9/20/2005 03:56:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

http://www.hide-ip-soft.com/

9/20/2005 06:35:00 PM  
Anonymous baloney handwhich said...

Let's get back to the stories about these alleged Chicago Police Male Police Officers fantasizing about having actual sex with other alleged Chicago Police Officers at some unspecified time and location.

I hear one of these alleged posters engaged in non-stop multiple partner sex all night long!

Any of these alleged partners hotties? Any Names?

UPDATE: I can now report affirmatively YES regarding names of the participants! Their names were "LEFT HAND" and "RIGHT HAND". They tend to get a little overheated the faster "HE" (cowardly anonymous troublemaker) strokes it, so you could call them "HOTTIES"... in a sense. Enjoy stroking it to that, "brother".

9/20/2005 07:27:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

uh-oh... Cleveland up 2-0 over ChiSox in bottom of third already... S.S. Titanic listing badly... all chambers filling with water... S-O-S !!!

9/20/2005 07:43:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

YEAH BABY! Tied up!

S Podsednik walked.
J Crede homered to left, J Uribe scored.
J Uribe walked.
A Rowand grounded out to third.

Start of Inning

9/20/2005 07:56:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

FINALLY, something that will make 1969 completely disappear. CHOKERS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

9/20/2005 08:59:00 PM  
Blogger Fenian28 said...

Sox win

9/20/2005 11:04:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The funny thing is what ever the chicks did there is no less or no more than they do here. Maybe it was only noticed more since the hotel was mostly coppers.

I can remember watch parties that under today's standards 1/2 the watch would be under indictments for sexual offenses.

SO LET IT BE.

Let not your heart be bothered!

Every station is a Payton Place, why go to DC for gossip!

9/21/2005 12:03:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

But come on, I thought the posting about a certain UN-NAMED female sgt who has her private area shaved into three chevrons was funny as hell. If they dont name anyone, whats the harm? I laughed my ass off thinking to myself what a good idea! Now everyone will know your rank when taking showers at work!

9/21/2005 12:07:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

But what symbol or lettering would a detective have to shave it into?

9/21/2005 12:09:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Silly, a detective would just shave a dick into the pubic area!

9/21/2005 12:15:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

THE RACIAL STUFF HAS DIED DOWN?
Better read some of these posts on the other threads.

I would take the time to erase racial posts than to worry about some BS female shit!

Everywhere lately is nothing but pussies...all worried and scared!

The same 1st amendment rights that allow you to have a blog should be passed on to the posters. Otherwise just make it all registered posters only!

9/21/2005 12:21:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

(click on "anonymous" to minimize this)


BEING POOR

By John Scalzi


Being poor is knowing exactly how much everything costs.

Being poor is getting angry at your kids for asking for all the crap they see on TV.

Being poor is having to keep buying $800 cars because they're what you can afford, and then having the cars break down on you, because there's not an $800 car in America that's worth a damn.

Being poor is hoping the toothache goes away.

Being poor is knowing your kid goes to friends' houses but never has friends over to yours.

Being poor is going to the restroom before you get in the school lunch line so your friends will be ahead of you and won't hear you say "I get free lunch" when you get to the cashier.

Being poor is living next to the freeway.

Being poor is wondering whether your well-off sibling is lying when he says he doesn't mind when you ask for help.

Being poor is off-brand toys.

Being poor is a heater in only one room of the house.

Being poor is hoping your kids don't have a growth spurt.

Being poor is stealing meat from the store, frying it up before your mom gets home and then telling her she doesn't have to make dinner tonight because you're not hungry anyway.

Being poor is not enough space for everyone who lives with you.

Being poor is feeling the glued soles tear off your supermarket shoes when you run around the playground.

Being poor is your kid's school being the one with the 15-year-old textbooks and no air conditioning.

Being poor is thinking $8 an hour is a really good deal.

Being poor is relying on people who don't give a damn about you.

Being poor is finding the letter your mom wrote to your dad begging him for the child support.

Being poor is a bathtub you have to empty into the toilet.

Being poor is stopping the car to take a lamp from a stranger's trash.

Being poor is making lunch for your kid when a cockroach skitters over the bread, and you looking over to see whether your kid saw.

Being poor is believing a GED actually makes a difference.

Being poor is people angry at you just for walking around in the mall.

Being poor is not taking the job because you can't find someone you trust to watch your kids.

Being poor is the police busting into the apartment right next to yours.

Being poor is not talking to that girl because she'll probably just laugh at your clothes.

Being poor is hoping you'll be invited for dinner.

Being poor is a sidewalk with lots of brown glass on it.

Being poor is people thinking they know something about you by the way you talk.

Being poor is needing that 35-cent raise.

Being poor is your kid's teacher assuming you don't have any books in your home.

Being poor is $6 short on the utility bill and no way to close the gap.

Being poor is crying when you drop the mac and cheese on the floor.

Being poor is knowing you work as hard as anyone, anywhere.

Being poor is people surprised to discover you're not actually stupid.

Being poor is people surprised to discover you're not actually lazy.

Being poor is never buying anything someone else hasn't bought first.

Being poor is picking the 10-cent ramen noodles instead of the 12-cent ramen noodles because that's two extra packages for every dollar.

Being poor is getting tired of people wanting you to be grateful.

Being poor is knowing you're being judged.

Being poor is a box of crayons and a $1 coloring book from a community center Santa.

Being poor is checking the coin return slot of every soda machine you go by.

Being poor is deciding that it's all right to base a relationship on shelter.

Being poor is hoping the register lady will spot you the dime.

Being poor is feeling helpless when your children make the same mistakes you did and won't listen to you beg them against doing so.

Being poor is a cough that doesn't go away.

Being poor is making sure you don't spill on the couch, just in case you have to give it back before the lease is up.

Being poor is a $200 paycheck advance from a company that takes $250 when the paycheck comes in.

Being poor is four years of night classes for an associate of arts degree.

Being poor is a lumpy futon bed.

Being poor is knowing where the shelter is.

Being poor is people who have never been poor wondering why you choose to be so.

Being poor is knowing how hard it is to stop being poor.

Being poor is seeing how few options you have.

Being poor is running in place.

Being poor is people wondering why you didn't leave.

----------

John Scalzi is the author of "Old Man's War."

9/21/2005 02:07:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

snore

9/21/2005 03:33:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Limpdickisthebest goes anonymous!!!

9/21/2005 04:44:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Being Poor is....
Getting pregnant as a teenager.

Not marrying your child's father
.
Not graduating high school.

Never considering the military as a way out.

Constantly looking for government to make your life better.

Not reading to your child.

Not knowing/never met your child's teacher.

Never walking your child to school.

Not knowing where your child is after school and who he/she is with.

Not learning to read yourself for free from the public library.

Not getting a FREE library card for you and your child, and using it.


Having money for a big screen tv, cable, and the X box, but your child has no books or toys.

No milk in the fridge, but plenty of pop and beer.

Not teaching your child proper english. Or english at all.

Being poor is no fun. My parents were 20 yrs old when I was born. I got free lunch from school. My parents bought me clothes at Good Will. I lived in apartment buildings that weren't so great. But my parents got married, stayed married to this day, and got an education. Personal responsibility, you may start out poor, but you won't stay poor.

9/21/2005 12:58:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

touche'... that piece was one of the most e-mailed in the TRIB the past week, not the "slum"-times... but it provokes thought nonetheless- rebuttals cool too... never hurts to think about things

9/21/2005 05:27:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Subject: TV is Good
Things I have learned from watching the news on TV during the last eight
days:

* The hurricane only hit black family's property
* New Orleans was devastated and no other city was affected by the
hurricane.
* Mississippi is reported to have a tree blown down.
* New Orleans has no white people.
* The hurricane blew a limb off a tree in the yard of an Alabama resident.
* When you are hungry after a hurricane steal a big screen TV.
* The hurricane did 23 billion dollars in improvements to New Orleans: now
the city is welfare, looters and gang free and they are in your city.
* White folks don't make good news stories.
* Don't give thanks to the thousands that came to help rescue you, instead
bitch because the government hasn't given you a debit card yet.
* Only black family members got separated in the hurricane rescue efforts.
* Ignore warnings to evacuate and the white folks will come get you and give
you money for being stupid.
* Damn, I feel so sorry for all those black folks.
* The only way it could have been worse was to be white.

9/21/2005 07:21:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Speaking of inspectors, I often thought they should have been open to taking calls from authorized complainants.

As a VERY easy example, the corrupt 6th and 15th district tac teams, as a whole, may have been very easily uncovered if, e.g., they were not as a team answering their radios... without explanation. In those days, they were sometimes notably absent though they were on the sheets. And how fun is it for a dispatcher to redline an entire tac team?

Communications w/cs should be given the numbers for on-duty inspectors for anything even remotely resembling this kind of nonsense. Gee, 50 officers out there humping call after call, and 10 who can't be bothered to even put themselves down on a mission per the w/c or their sergeant?

I know this would impact a good number of people who get to take a skip day, but it would go a great ways towards putting things on the up and up.

A dispatcher once redlined the entire 4th district on-duty tac team during change time going into 3rd watch on a sunday. 2 or 3 different shootings broke out, 1 or 2 bodies were found by railroad tracks out south, the second watch POs were getting put back on the street , and the 4 cars and a sergeant from a tac team could not be found whatsoever.

It took a full hour for the tac sergeant to even come up on the radio and yell "I TOLD YOU THAT THE TEAM WAS GOING IN ON PAPERWORK", and my understanding is that the sergeant even called the communications w/c to complain.

Yup, redlining. The best we can do to take care of ghost payrollers, home-invaders, and the other embarrassments in the field.

And its supposed to be a safety/search procedure in the first place.

I swear they would do this kind of thing and much more if they weren't afraid of what they'd find. Its the department they built with their political and politically correct hiring and promotions. Someday...

9/21/2005 08:24:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

This blog is so full of racist bullsh** it needs to be shut down Immediately.

9/24/2005 02:40:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I vehemently disagree with the last poster.

Perhaps you can be more specific about what YOU find racially offensive. In my opinion, the moderator(s)/administrator(s) is doing a commendable job in deleting incendiary racist comments by the omnipresent lunatics.

9/24/2005 04:09:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I dare you to shut it down then you big crybaby

9/24/2005 08:24:00 PM  

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