Sunday, November 25, 2007

1 Point Favorites?


Geez. If the Bears can't even get the home field "courtesy 3" from the bookies...

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

0005/Hawks lost in shoot out 2/2 to third, nothing in 0t, then 2 in shoot out. God game considering Williams, Sharp, Ruttou,Borgue,
Havlek all out

11/25/2007 12:21:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

IF THE PACKERS WIN THIS THURSDAY AGAINST THE COWBOYS,IN DALLAS, IT WILL SET UP AN "ICE BOWL II" IN GREEN BAY COME JANUARY IN THE PLAYOFFS. THE MEDIA PUT THURSDAY'S GAME ON THE NFL NETWORK. I HOPE THEY RECEIVE A LOT OF COMPLAINTS AND MAYBE THEY'LL CHANGE IT BACK TO FOX. THIS WILL BE A TUFF ONE BECAUSE GREEN BAY HAS SOME INJURIES AND FAVRE IS 0-8 IN DALLAS. GOD BLESS THE GREEN BAY PACKERS!!!

11/25/2007 07:10:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The Bears should win this one today, because Denver is not very good. Then the die hard Bear fans out there will be talking playoffs again.

11/25/2007 08:08:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Who cares, the Bears lick monkey balls....

11/25/2007 09:24:00 AM  
Anonymous Happy copper in 007 said...

Another positive story from last night-

A TRU car conducted a traffic stop on a car in 002 last nite bad guy bolts from the car and a recruit doing a ride-along takes off after him, catches him and pistol is recovered..good job by everyone involved and good backup by 002 tact..I know some of you will turn this into a negative and start slamming TRU and the recruits, but it's good to know that there are still some coming out of the academy who still want to be the police....

11/24/2007 11:50:00 AM

Whats the difference between recruit and TRU police? About 2 years on job.....And post was up at work about xmas party/retirement party for TRU but can you retire with 8 years on job?

11/25/2007 09:42:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Bring in Cordell Stewart!!!

okay, give Kyke a chance!!

11/25/2007 09:42:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Funny how when CPD does something POSITIVE, the media isn't all over it!

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November 24, 2007 - A Chicago police officer was taken to the hospital after he rushed into a burning building on the West Side Saturday.

The fire happened about 12:30 p.m. in the 2700 block of West Warren Avenue. The officer rushed in to see if anyone was inside.

Fire officials say the officer inhaled a lot of smoke. He was taken to Rush University Medical Center to be checked out. As of Saturday evening, he was in good condition.

No one was home when the fire began.

11/25/2007 10:50:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

who is the commander wearing a PACKER jacket at the tree lighting ceremony friday?

11/25/2007 11:27:00 AM  
Anonymous TRU Veteran said...

TRU is great place to work on holidays! This was my first holiday in unit and you now what we did on Thanksgigving, I took car home and dropped partner of at his house. This is great, double time and sitting at my house! We are doing the same on Xmas! This is great!!!!! Don't be a hater all you beat car losers!!!!!

11/25/2007 01:20:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

i found this intresting on 2nd city sarge....... how true and messed up it is


Correct, so easy to beef, just call 911 and we'll send a supervisor out to take your complaint. Now departmental awards, there's another story! Some P.O.'s have been waiting well OVER 2 YEARS to receive awards for acts of heroism.
Your CR number will be issued and handled with discipline handed out within 30 days but should you do something good which SHOULD make the news (but doesn't) you can count on a couple of years wait....

11/25/2007 02:44:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Awards? Ask Deputy Chief Michael Chasen why there are over 200 submissions for awards in his In-Box waiting for his approvel.

But I guess that his job is sooo demanding he doesn't have time for that S4!t...

11/25/2007 02:46:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

lets talk more about the hawks, screw the bears.

11/25/2007 02:49:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Um, because they're shitty?

11/25/2007 04:17:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

SEISER SAYS THE PACK WILL BE BACK, GO GREEN BAY, IN ADDITION TO BEING A DIE HARD GREEN BAY PACKERS FAN SEISER ALSO STARTED IN THE 018 UNIT ON THANKSGIVING. ON FRIDAY HE WAS 1845, HE HAD TWO ARREST, SEVEN MOVERS AND FIVE PARKING TICKETS. NO BAD FOR A NEW KID ON THE BLOCK, REMEMBER STICK TO THE WINNING TEAM
SEISER, GUILIANI AND GO GREEN BAY.

11/25/2007 04:22:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Fred Miller for MVP

11/25/2007 04:41:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I have 7 years on, have an arrest almost every night (DUI's too) and I have a high moral. Where is this low moral coming from? SOS getting busted for doing home invasions? Coppers charged with Agg DUI with death? Coppers lying on Arrest Reports? If you are doing your job, you have nothing to worry about.

11/25/2007 05:16:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey SCC, can you inquire of your 014th District posters whatever happened to Ofc. Zuniga, the guy who's unlocked (and running) squad was stolen while he had lunch at Armitage & Western, and never reported it to anyone, just went home for the day like nothing happened? Never heard what the outcome was on that bullshit.

11/25/2007 06:05:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I don't care whether the Bears win or lose, it's enough to watch Hester work his magic.

Takes me back to the days of Walter the Wonderful.

11/25/2007 06:16:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Regardless, "DEVIN HESTER--YOU ARE RIDICULOUS!"

He may only be a sophomore, but he IS the most electrifying player in NFL history. And that includes the "Kansas Comet", the great Gale Sayers.

11/25/2007 06:16:00 PM  
Anonymous TheHatisBack said...

WOW. What a way to win the game! Adrian Peterson showed what a man he is. He kept running and moved the pile. If Benson was in there we would have lost.

11/25/2007 06:59:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I am glad they won, even know I want that high draft pick! Hester won it, again

11/25/2007 07:01:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

you obviously do not understand the point spread and the 3 points given to home teams.

since they are a 1 point favorite, they would be a 2 point dog on a neutral field. if this game were in denver, then denver would be a 5 point favorite.

11/25/2007 07:41:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Nice job by Grossman but his receivers couldn't catch a cold. Nail biter none-the-less and in the end the Bears were victorious!

11/25/2007 09:17:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

off topic but here's one you wont see in the new's

New Orleans District Attorney Eddie Jordan pauses during a news conference in New Orleans, November 5, 2005. Jordan quit on Tuesday, ending a controversial four-year tenure that saw him become the symbol of the hurricane-ravaged city’s inability to combat violent crime.
New Orleans, state to pay $3,400,000 judgment
By MARY FOSTER, Associated Press Writer Tue Nov 20
NEW ORLEANS - The city and the state of Louisiana will pay the bulk of a $3.4 million racial discrimination judgment against the New Orleans District Attorney’s Office, officials announced Tuesday.
The judgment was awarded to 36 employees, 35 white and one Hispanic, who were fired and replaced by black employees shortly after Eddie Jordan took over as the city’s first black district attorney in 2003.
Under the agreement outlined at a conference, the city will pay about one third of the judgment, or more than $1.1 million. The state will pay about $1.6 million, subject to approval by a legislative committee later this year. The District Attorney’s Office, which already has paid $300,000, will pay $300,000 more.
Although the total is less than earlier estimates of what is owed, Mayor Ray Nagin said attorneys representing the plaintiffs had agreed to the deal.
Reached out of town Tuesday, Richard Leefe, one of the plaintiffs’ attorneys, said any comment on the deal was premature. “We’ve just decided not to talk about it at this time,” Leefe said.
Jordan, who was not personally liable in the lawsuit, maintains race played no role in the firings.
He resigned last week amid mounting criticism as high-profile cases fell apart, veteran prosecutors left and the city’s violent crime rate soared. Long before the judgment threatened to bankrupt the office, charges had been dropped and a backlog of criminal cases moved slowly through the courts.
The district attorney’s office, with a $12 million annual budget, had struggled to find a way to pay the judgment while the city and state argued over who has responsibility for the office.
Nagin had earlier resisted bailing the district attorney’s office out, saying it would set a dangerous president, but he said this deal avoids that.
“The city is advancing the money to the district attorney’s office,” Nagin said. “They will pay us back.” …
I bet when you saw the headline that, like me, you thought it would be blacks or Hispanics suing the evil white man.
Still, given the media’s obsessive coverage of all things pertaining to New Orleans since Katrina, and especially in view of its notorious crime rate, one wonders why this story has gotten so little play.
Or, come to think of it, maybe not.
e news.

11/25/2007 09:41:00 PM  
Blogger SCC said...

you obviously do not understand the point spread and the 3 points given to home teams.


We understand the point spread perfectly...ask our bookie. We were making a joke that the Bears are so haphazardly inconsistent that they can't even get the full three points from just playing at home.

11/25/2007 09:41:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Mike Shanahan at press conference:The Bears are who we thought they were...

11/25/2007 11:26:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

scc,

you dont get the point spread. they did get the three points, which is why they were even favored.

i might as well talk to the wall!

11/26/2007 02:33:00 PM  

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