Monday, October 18, 2010

Police Limit

It sounds like your typical "money saving" idea that every government bureaucracy has come up with. Maybe they'll create a computer program to "simplify" it or a new unit to run it.

Anyone else wish this was a daily cartoon? Like "Dilbert" for cops and government workers?



Anonymous Anonymous said...

This is fucking awesome! Another good laugh.

10/18/2010 12:13:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I love the creator of this strip, McKee....he's a fucking GENIUS!
Reminds me of the old 'Gallows'
Satire paper...laughs upon laughs,
and in our business, the truth is far
funnier than ANYTHING a paid writer
would ever come up with!

10/18/2010 01:56:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

My old Sergeant in 007 Gangs has a cartoon of a mad motorist asking the cop "Catch any murderers lately?". K.E.

10/18/2010 05:15:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

OT - Luis Gutierrez mayoral poll (yes, we know he already withdrew)

In a horse-race matchup, the front-runner in the Gutierrez poll is former White House Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel at 27 percent to Cook County Sheriff Tom Dart, 19 percent; former Sen. Carol Moseley Braun (D-Ill.), 9 percent; Gutierrez, 8 percent; Rep. Danny Davis (D-Ill.), 6 percent, state Sen. James Meeks, 5 percent; City Clerk Miguel del Valle, 3 percent; Ald. Bob Fioretti, 2 percent and Chicago City Colleges Board chief Gery Chico, 2 percent.

10/18/2010 07:35:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thanks to the writer that finally "tells" it like it really is! Like George Carlin (RIP) would say "Reality what a concept"! But our chicago sheep reporters like to bed the politicians as witnessed by jay levine the punk over at channel 2, the lowest ratings in the state no wonder why!!

10/18/2010 10:19:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"...Like "Dilbert" for cops and government workers?" -- SCC

The ultimate Dilbert line explains the entire world economy as well as the City of Chicago, the constant CPD reshufflings, etc.

The boss character pronounces --

"If we manage effectively enough, we should be able to turn a profit without having any product at all."


10/18/2010 01:33:00 PM  
Anonymous Garey Mckee said...

You are all too kind. Police Limit could never be a weekly strip the way it's written. I spend alot of time researching, gestating and choosing my topics very carefully. Pissing people off doesn't happen over night, you know. Besides, I hate Dilbert.

10/18/2010 06:29:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Speaking of Jay Levine, it was hilarious to listen to Amy Jacobson defending him on WIND the other morning. She claimed he was right to assault the other reporter because the other guy had no journalistic integrity. This from the woman that hung out at a murder suspect's house in her bikini and with her kids. YOu gotta love the media.

10/18/2010 06:41:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

This is all smoke and mirrors to conceal the fact Burke was on the noon news talking about our pension and the future cost of funding it at a city council committe meeting. If we don't stop their idea of taking away the pension or make a two tiered system we are going to loose what we earned. So call the FOP and get them off their ASSES!

10/18/2010 07:44:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"This from the woman that hung out at a murder suspect's house in her bikini and with her kids. You gotta love the media."

--10/18/2010 06:41:00 PM

Thanks! I remembered that she had a pool party with Craig Stebic; I vaguely remembered the part about her bringing her children there too, but this was so outlandish that I kind of pushed it aside. Thanks. You're right. She really did do that.

God in Heaven. The equivalent of "Take Your Child To Work Day" on a search warrant in North Lawndale...

How can someone with no integrity or credibility whatsoever find continuing employment in her field?


This explains the quality of the product blared at us every day and night...

10/20/2010 01:57:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"Besides, I hate Dilbert."

--10/18/2010 06:29:00 PM

You'd think there was a limit as to what a person could come up with regarding events taking place within a little gray office cubicle -- I have to say that I don't know how Adams does it, keeps churning out those 365-cartoon yearly calendars and so forth. Enough to make you jump out the window -- except the windows in Dilbert-type office buildings don't open.

A lot of people live and work in the Dilbert-world; it's frightening.

10/20/2010 02:06:00 PM  

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