Sunday, June 19, 2011

Thank You Readers

The comments in the "One Bad-Ass Clown" thread have had us laughing for hours. We haven't had that much amusement in quite a while.

Use this as an open thread for Sunday.

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84 Comments:

Anonymous The Jib Jabber said...

G-Mac Daddy!

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6/19/2011 12:34:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Where were the frie guys? Ruble Ruble bang bang bang.

6/19/2011 12:42:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Happy Fathers Day to all you clowns out there.

6/19/2011 12:43:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

as a united states marine, whats the best i can get away with? i hear tasers and batons are illegal to carry yet you wont catch me without them. id rather have some hardass officer get me for that, than wrapping me in a body bag because my wallet isnt leaving my pocket unless im paying for something and in that case its going right back in. Now i understand there are plenty of officers out there that use discretion and are smart about someone like me protecting myself however all it takes is that one to give me a hard time. until i get that human resources letter telling me my numbers up for CPD, am i just shit out of luck? in all seriousness.

i do know of other states that certify you as a police officer with the academy and all that before assigning you to a dept. that seems my best route to carry. i guess being a marine isnt enough for concealed carry in this shithole.
and before anyone tells me to just leave, trust me i am, its just a little thing called my contract im waiting to be done with. transferring units crossed my mind once but i cant leave the marines i have been with for years......until that EMD date. End of mandatory drill.

6/19/2011 01:27:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Watched McCarthy's speech from the pulpit of St. Sabina's. HORRIBLE. Simply one of the most embarrassing things that I watched for our department. Our bosses are horrendous.

6/19/2011 03:33:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Jimmy Lampman, may you rest in peace.

Twenty-five years ago, P.O. Jimmy Lampman was killed as he slept, shot to death with his own service revolver. by his teenage son.

For some reason, Jim's been on my mind a lot lately. Maybe it's because Father's Day was coming up. Maybe it's the fact that most of my police friends and mentors are retired now, some having passed on, and each loss as the years go by is felt more keenly.

What I want to say, though, is remember to value your friends and the people you love while you HAVE them. I worked mids with Jimmy, and he'd often suggest coffee after work, but I never found the time. Too busy, too tired, too young and selfish, I guess.

The last time I saw him at 025's desk (great guy, loved by his co-workers and friends), he commented about never stopping for coffee. I'd been transferred out and he knew we weren't likely to see each other much now. I promised to get in touch after Christmas. I never saw him alive again. He was killed the day after Christmas and I listened to the job unfold on my radio as I drove to work in my new unit.

Today is Father's Day. Value your friends and your dads and the people you love. We never know how long we'll have them. They won't know or care that you 'paid your respects' at their funeral, but they'll appreciate it if you give them the gift of your time and show them you care WHILE THEY'RE STILL ALIVE.

I still miss my friend, a quarter century later. And I wish I'd taken the time to stop for breakfast or go for a simple cup of coffee.

6/19/2011 04:28:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Is any Dist having problems in the Tahoes with the carbine release button breaking?

6/19/2011 04:38:00 AM  
Anonymous noone90210 said...

Russ
Russ Stewart discusses how Whites can't win next year's Democratic primary.

For Cook County Recorder of Deeds, it's State Representative Karen Yarbrough versus State Representative Al Riley.

Let's support Riley, because Yarbrough is anti-death penalty.

two pro-police columns:

police1

police2

6/19/2011 04:50:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Happy father's day!

6/19/2011 05:18:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

No post about Jesse Jackson Jr.'s bright idea? After an anti violence march, in the heart or terror town, he instructs all participants and standbyers to hug a police officer after the outdoor roll call. Caught by channel 7

6/19/2011 07:04:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Happy Father's Day to all the dads working today and the guys that are RDO, Furlough, or even better Retired- enjoy the day and your family.

I'm sliding into roll call in a few minutes but I can't wait to fire up the grill and hang out with the kids when I get home.

6/19/2011 07:21:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I know the Supe rescinded the the order and put officers back in C/D, this P.O. definitely got the memo.

Good job office, glad you're safe.

6/19/2011 07:27:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

By the time I got on the thread, every clown joke I knew was already taken!

Happy Father's Day to all you daddy's out there! Stay safe!

---not a cop

6/19/2011 07:49:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

as a united states marine, whats the best i can get away with?

Hey devil, a real jarhead would not ask that question. Improvise adapt, overcome....

6/19/2011 07:49:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I still miss my friend, a quarter century later. And I wish I'd taken the time to stop for breakfast or go for a simple cup of coffee.

6/19/2011 04:28:00 AM

Thank you for sharing that story. I'll carry that around with me today when I'm with my own father. He just turned 78 and I don't see him as much as I should or used to.

---not a cop

6/19/2011 07:55:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I still miss my friend, a quarter century later. And I wish I'd taken the time to stop for breakfast or go for a simple cup of coffee.

***********************************

Thanks for sharing your wisdom. I read your post, and thought how it could have been written by me, it captured my feelings exactly about the job and friends.

6/19/2011 08:05:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

is any Dist having problems in the Tahoes with the carbine release button breaking?

I believe 005 had some problems with theirs.

6/19/2011 08:18:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I love you bozo!!!!!!

6/19/2011 08:49:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Friends are important,Fathers are precious,and we as officers sticking together through thick and thin is comradery,Happy Fathers Day to all my fellow Officers!

6/19/2011 08:52:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Anonymous said...

Is any Dist having problems in the Tahoes with the carbine release button breaking?

6/19/2011 04:38:00 AM


Yes. There are a couple with the button broken, you have to use a key to release the rifle, very time consuming.

6/19/2011 08:56:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Jimmy Lampman, may you rest in peace.

Twenty-five years ago, P.O. Jimmy Lampman was killed as he slept, shot to death with his own service revolver. by his teenage son.

For some reason, Jim's been on my mind a lot lately. Maybe it's because Father's Day was coming up. Maybe it's the fact that most of my police friends and mentors are retired now, some having passed on, and each loss as the years go by is felt more keenly.

What I want to say, though, is remember to value your friends and the people you love while you HAVE them. I worked mids with Jimmy, and he'd often suggest coffee after work, but I never found the time. Too busy, too tired, too young and selfish, I guess.

The last time I saw him at 025's desk (great guy, loved by his co-workers and friends), he commented about never stopping for coffee. I'd been transferred out and he knew we weren't likely to see each other much now. I promised to get in touch after Christmas. I never saw him alive again. He was killed the day after Christmas and I listened to the job unfold on my radio as I drove to work in my new unit.

Today is Father's Day. Value your friends and your dads and the people you love. We never know how long we'll have them. They won't know or care that you 'paid your respects' at their funeral, but they'll appreciate it if you give them the gift of your time and show them you care WHILE THEY'RE STILL ALIVE.

I still miss my friend, a quarter century later. And I wish I'd taken the time to stop for breakfast or go for a simple cup of coffee.


By far the best advice I've ever read on this blog. Thanks Office

6/19/2011 08:56:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

'Today is Father's Day. Value your friends and your dads and the people you love. We never know how long we'll have them. They won't know or care that you 'paid your respects' at their funeral, but they'll appreciate it if you give them the gift of your time and show them you care WHILE THEY'RE STILL ALIVE. '

An excellent post. Hope everyone reads it today.

6/19/2011 09:08:00 AM  
Blogger Danny V said...

First I have to say, I love your blog. It has now actually become one of my main source for Chicago news. Much better then the media. On just about all topics and blogs you put I totally agree.
Just wanted to let you know to keep up the great work. I truly am a fan and enjoy your blog.

Thanks

6/19/2011 09:25:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Happy Father's Day to all the boys in blue , stay safe , be carefull

6/19/2011 09:32:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

witnesses at scene related the following: When confronted, the Clown squirted the offender with a flower, then struck him in the face with a pie. Then, while the offender was stunned, the clown produced an ACME Instant Hole and threw it on the ground, tripping the offender. At this point, the offender was engulfed in Silly String while the clown drew his weapon, pulled the trigger, striking the offender with a large boxing glove. Witnesses further related that a small brightly colored SMART car screeched to a halt, at which time 35 Clowns jumped out and beat the offender with giant rubber mallets. A cartoon ambulance arrived, transporting the offender to Neverland Hospital, where Dr's Moe, Larry & Curly worked for 9 hours to remove a size 28DDD red plastic shoe from the offender's a**. Great Job Officer!

-----


I mean, Jesus Christ...
Whoever wrote that, fuck this miserable job and go be a writer. I haven't laughed quite that hard at written words since forever ago.

6/19/2011 09:38:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thanks 012 Desk Crew to the courtesy given to a retired PO and his Family last night.
JG

6/19/2011 09:38:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Happy Fathers Day to all the Dads out there!!!!! Enjoy & be safe go home to your little ones & big ones!!!!!!

6/19/2011 10:26:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

...though defensive violence will always be a undesired necessity in the eyes of men of principle,it would still be more unfortunate if wrongdoers should dominate just men.

6/19/2011 10:35:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I love this bit last nite:
squad, no more prisoners at 14. all full, all bodies go to 25. good amount of taser uses last nite too.

6/19/2011 10:37:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Happy Fathers Day to all the men out there, trying to keep us safe may you all return home safe to your families, to enjoy your day.

6/19/2011 10:55:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thanks 023 for the courtesy!!!!!!!!!!
Go Yankees!!

6/19/2011 11:14:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

To all my brothers in blue and especially to those that made the ultimate sacrifice and to their families Happy Fathers Day!!!! You will never be forgotten !

6/19/2011 11:15:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Happy Father's Day!

6/19/2011 11:24:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hug a Clown today and don't pull a gun on him before....

6/19/2011 11:35:00 AM  
Anonymous missbosslady said...

Hi again,

It's Father's Day and as my own father passed many years ago I now pay my respects to the fathers of others.

This Father's Day I single out the police. You perform a duty that is incomprehensible to me, especially you in Chicago. I don't know how you do it! I'm in awe and eternal gratitude to the men who put it all on the line for their fellow citizens.

You are our unsung heros, too often taken for granted. However, there are many more of us who see you for what you are, the bravest of the brave!

Happy Father's Day!

Stay safe.

6/19/2011 11:42:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The expression on commander Flores face at north ave and spaulding last night was priceless. She didn't have a clue as to what to do. Just sat there and took it all in. This is our command staff. Get in there boss and use some authority or were you to afraid to hit the sidewalk and march with your troops. You miss showed how spineless you are and have no business being a boss. I think your days will be numbered anyways.

6/19/2011 11:44:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

HAPPY FATHERS DAY GUYS...

6/19/2011 11:48:00 AM  
Blogger Big City Police (Ret.) said...

RE: The Clown Cop story

Thinking about this story, it occurred to me that it's not surprising that this story got picked up on the Drudge Report and now, other national news outlets. It has an amusing side but, looking more closely, it has a terrifically sad component as well. The contrasts are too amazing to ignore.

Clowns always are for children... how ironic that a 15 yr old would try to emulate the actions of criminal adults against an adult who, in this role of a clown, tries to act childlike for the amusement of children.

This clown, OUR clown, really represents the BEST of what society has to offer: A man who has dedicated his life to law enforcement, a selfless, under-appreciated but necessary role in our society that sets examples for others to emulate and discourages the villains from victimizing others. Yet this police officer is still willing to spend EVEN MORE time giving back to the community by making appearances at fund raisers and charity events, on his own time, in order to encourage others to be charitable to worthwhile causes, as well.

How sad is it that this kid would see a clown, and the first and only thing he thinks of is "I'm gonna rob this guy"? What kind of world is it, where that kind of thought process exists?

So now, this police officer is put in the position of having to kill another human being, not because he wanted to, but because this kid committed an ill-conceived crime that had adult consequences. Damn this world that allows this to happen. Damn the politicians that are more worried about their jobs and future aspirations that they will turn a blind eye to the festering criminal mess that is bubbling all around them, and instead of aggressively going after the problem and "obliterating" it, they choose instead to try and quiet the media from reporting about it.

Maybe kids in that neighborhood are saying today, "Yeah, I TOTALLY get why he tried to rob that clown. Even clowns need a drivers' license and a wallet and money to get around. That should have been an easy score!" Maybe this story will do some good. Maybe these vicious little bastard criminals will start to see that crime doesn't pay (REALLY?) or maybe they'll be less likely to victimize strangers that they don't know?

Its easy to say that the officer had no other choice and everyone thinks they could do the same thing. But this officer will be the only one who knows all of the scars that he will have to deal with for the rest of his life. He obviously must enjoy kids or his clown act wouldn't exist so how sad that this incident had to happen at all?

6/19/2011 11:49:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thank you for remembering Jim (Rip) I came on the job with Jim and also remember hearing the sad news about his death. Jim would have had his 29yrs in this year. I/f Kma

6/19/2011 11:52:00 AM  
Blogger ChicagoHeat said...

Rumor has it Ernie Brown wants all the tact guys in clown suits ASAP!

6/19/2011 12:05:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Watched McCarthy's speech from the pulpit of St. Sabina's. HORRIBLE. Simply one of the most embarrassing things that I watched for our department. Our bosses are horrendous.

missed the speech, what did jersey shore say

6/19/2011 12:30:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

One more famous story of CPD that will live forever from generation to generation.

Happy Fathers Day to all the fathers working today. Stay safe and go home to your family.

6/19/2011 12:39:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

As my husband works today, Father's Day, I can't help but think how grateful I am for this job. Without it, I never would have met him. I worry about you when you're working, like any wife would. But, I know that you're good at your job and I trust your abilities. I hate when work takes away from our time as a family, but I am so lucky for the days we get to spend together. Together we have made a wonderful family and I thank God for that every single day. Happy Father's Day...maybe I'll see you at shift change. God Bless all of the fathers out there...and stay safe.

6/19/2011 12:44:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I heard about this Lt Schemar on the blog and thought it was complete BS. Then I checked the on data wharehouse and we do have a Lt Scheamr who works in 1. What is the deal? Is this fact or fiction?

6/19/2011 12:52:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

In this incident we had a cop in a clown suit. At 35th St there are clowns in cop suits!

6/19/2011 12:56:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Happy Maury "you are the father" Povich Day!

6/19/2011 01:00:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

to the U S MARINE, thanks pard for your service and dedication to our sacred republic, would love that you would make it into our dept, even tho i rtd 10 yrs ago, and thats from a old peacetime SEABEE who served on Guam,SEMPER FI.

6/19/2011 01:04:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

A little off subject, but an officer safety alert! The 006th district has a new/returning Sergeant. Stripper Sergeant S.S., now with a new last name S. H. is back from her long stay at call-back. Be careful boys and girls. This is the same Sergeant that got in trouble in 009 and could not go back there when she left the "No Gun Unit." She is back but she is still dangerous and WILL get you hurt!! I wonder what the new SUPE would think of her escapades?

6/19/2011 01:37:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Chicago's flash robs gain more national attention. Link from Drudge Report to Fox

http://tinyurl.com/3d6ccfy

6/19/2011 01:46:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

----No post about Jesse Jackson Jr.'s bright idea? After an anti violence march, in the heart or terror town, he instructs all participants and standbyers to hug a police officer after the outdoor roll call. Caught by channel 7---
Please do not attempt to hug me! I am of western europen descent. My culture reveres privacy and reserves most physical signs of affection to close family and friends. A firm handshake will suffice in relaying any appreciation for the police.

6/19/2011 02:28:00 PM  
Blogger Was that a SPEEDBUMP?! said...

I remember my Dad letting me stand up in the front seat of his 64 Impala, we didnt have kid seats or even use seatbelts back in the day. I remember just tooling around the old 020th district and the beaches, listening to Chicago or 3 Dog Night. I'm one of 4 kids but I was my Dad's mischief partner. It's important to know you're loved as a child. I miss him still. Happy Fathers Day DAD!

6/19/2011 04:16:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

If you're ever attacked by a pack of clowns, go straight for the juggler.

6/19/2011 05:13:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey devil, a real jarhead would not ask that question. Improvise adapt, overcome....


Haha well this "real jarhead" lives in the reality of chicago, illinois. Simply asking what the general consenus is from a blog comprised mostly of police officers , im only trying not to cross the line.

My adapt and overcome involves melting the M9 into something more useful like a pipe while i go and and "issue" myself a real pistol like a .45
I'm not ruining my career(as a PO) over some hot shot who wants to lock me up to prove a point, theres always one. My entire life depends on it.
I'm also not walking around with the attitude i can take on the entire world alone.
I dont walk around with and drag my platoon alongside, if that were the case the entire city of chicago would be more peaceful than a deserted island. starting with 07,11.

(that last comment is in no disrespect to any officer of chicago in regards to doing your duty, You all work very hard. its just our Rules of engagement are very different. :)
Stay safe everyone and happy fathers day !

and to the gentleman who served during peacetime. Thank you for your service as well as support. the fact that you even served is something a small percentage can only say. be proud always and same goes with CPD, you are serving your country as well, just domestically, which is very important. Dont ever feel ashamed to wear the uniform, however its ok the hate the brass, they never know anything anyways. Sgt is the backbone of it all. oorah!

you tell em im coming, and hells coming with me you hear.

tombstone, always a classic.

6/19/2011 06:08:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I still miss my friend, a quarter century later. And I wish I'd taken the time to stop for breakfast or go for a simple cup of coffee.

6/19/2011 04:28:00 AM

Thanks for sharing. We do sometimes get too caught up in the little bullshit of life to appreciate those we have with us. Every day is a gift.

6/19/2011 06:09:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Please tell me the comment about the stripper sergeant Stacy smith is not true. How can she still be on the job? For anyone who forgot, she was having sex with an Insane Deuce gang member in her patrol car. She possibly drove him to a scene to do a shooting. Wtf!!??

6/19/2011 06:57:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Just heard on the CW6 radio at the Puerto Rican Festival, 1460 acknowledging the impending retirement of the A/5 Gang Lieutenant...WTF! The guy is a douche with no personality...let us know when his last day is, I would like to hold the door open for him as he leaves.

6/19/2011 07:27:00 PM  
Anonymous Wizzo said...

----No post about Jesse Jackson Jr.'s bright idea? After an anti violence march, in the heart or terror town, he instructs all participants and standbyers to hug a police officer after the outdoor roll call. Caught by channel 7---
Please do not attempt to hug me! I am of western europen descent. My culture reveres privacy and reserves most physical signs of affection to close family and friends. A firm handshake will suffice in relaying any appreciation for the police.

"Don't be huggin'; I'll pop a cap in yo ass!"

6/19/2011 07:31:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey None90210-

Just FYI, Arlene Jones was a major PIA for those that worked in 025. She disrupted more CAPS meetings than you can shake a stick at

6/19/2011 07:46:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Commander Flores should act like Lt. Col Hal Moore (Mel Gibson) in WE WERE SOLDIERS. Be the first one to hit the ground and the last one to leave. Only then will she get the respect of the people she commands. Right now it is obvious she lacks testicular fortitude to face the enemy. Time to go back and impress the recruits at the academy.

6/19/2011 08:20:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Attn: NORTHWESTERN UNIV. GENIUSES

Please note: Do NOT aim laser pointers at popo helicopters

KTNXBIA

http://www.suntimes.com/6047982-417/cops-3-nabbed-after-pointing-laser-at-police-helicopter.html

6/19/2011 09:49:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Righteous violence is a thing of beauty.

6/19/2011 10:17:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

♫ Well there's a little law that's still on the books 'yall.

Happy Fathers Day!

6/19/2011 10:19:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Billy The Kid in "Young Guns"

"...I'll make you famous!"

*Pop Pop Poppity Pop Pop Ka-Pop!*

6/19/2011 11:18:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

A little off subject, but an officer safety alert! The 006th district has a new/returning Sergeant. Stripper Sergeant S.S., now with a new last name S. H. is back from her long stay at call-back. Be careful boys and girls. This is the same Sergeant that got in trouble in 009 and could not go back there when she left the "No Gun Unit." She is back but she is still dangerous and WILL get you hurt!! I wonder what the new SUPE would think of her escapades?

Don't worry, she won't be around long...

6/19/2011 11:25:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey 1:37, I did hear that the S.S. Stripper Sergeant was back on the job. Also heard that the 009th District was up in arms when they go wind she was back...Glad to see the Department takes care of this type of POS. She should have been fired long ago for her shit.
I really like the idea that the new boss should get to know her!

6/19/2011 11:50:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

A little off subject, but an officer safety alert! The 006th district has a new/returning Sergeant. Stripper Sergeant S.S., now with a new last name S. H. is back from her long stay at call-back. Be careful boys and girls. This is the same Sergeant that got in trouble in 009 and could not go back there when she left the "No Gun Unit." She is back but she is still dangerous and WILL get you hurt!! I wonder what the new SUPE would think of her escapades?

6/19/2011 01:37:00 PM

That nit-wit is still on the job?

She didnt get shit-canned for dropping off some gang-banger after fucking around with him in a squad car, then he shoots someone a block away?

This job is sooo fucked up.

6/19/2011 11:54:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Just so im clear. You're married but also have a gang banger boyfreind that you drive away from the scene of a shooting that he just commited while you are on duty as a Sgt. And you are sent back to the street full duty. But if you pimp slap an out of control hype on duty you go to jail. Did I miss something?

6/19/2011 11:55:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Don't get too excited for Homie. He was on the medical. Lots of explaining Lucy. Glad he's ok.

6/20/2011 12:25:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey SCC, did aunt B retire? If not, is she still wearing her 3 stars. Just checking.

6/20/2011 06:02:00 AM  
Anonymous noone90210 said...

Dear Anonymous, 6/19/2011, 07:46:00 PM

Thank you for the Arlene Jones information, which I didn't know before.

6/20/2011 06:11:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

That nit-wit is still on the job?

She didnt get shit-canned for dropping off some gang-banger after fucking around with him in a squad car, then he shoots someone a block away?

This job is sooo fucked up.

6/19/2011 11:54:00 PM

Even I remember that story. Jesus, they didn't fire her? And she's command staff? Wasn't that near Canaryville?

---not a cop

6/20/2011 07:27:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

6/19/2011 06:08:00 PM

Ok, that was scary.

6/20/2011 07:29:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

If you're ever attacked by a pack of clowns, go straight for the juggler.

6/19/2011 05:13:00 PM

Thanks for the laff! Honk honk!

6/20/2011 09:38:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

After watching Garry McCarthy's shameless preaching and pandering at Saint Sabina Catholic Church, the nickname question has been answered. From here forward, the official nickname for the new CPD 'leader' should be G-OOF.

6/20/2011 09:48:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Just heard on the CW6 radio at the Puerto Rican Festival, 1460 acknowledging the impending retirement of the A/5 Gang Lieutenant...WTF! The guy is a douche with no personality...let us know when his last day is, I would like to hold the door open for him as he leaves.

6/19/2011 07:27:00 PM

You SHOULD hold the door open for him. Decorated war vet and one of the last "real" bosses on the job. Rode with his guys and was as tough as they come. Wish I'd gotten to work with him more.

You, on the other hand, are probably one of those guys that nobody much cares for despite what you mom told you.

6/20/2011 10:00:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I cannot F@@@in believe that that goof is still on the job. It has to be April 1st right? Sex in the Tahoe on midnights, wheel woman for an aggravated battery, stripping at Pole Katz in Bridgeview because she was "Pole Dance Instructor of the Year" How much more embarrassment can one moron bring to this department? This is not to mention that she is not and has never been the police!

6/20/2011 10:03:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The Stripper Sergeant must have pictures on someone. All the shit she has pulled and she is still on the job. Sergeant E.H. defends himself and is now awaiting trial for Aggravated Battery....For slapping some JAGOFF who was trying to spit on him. Nice investigations IAD. Maybe its time to send those investigators BACK TO THE BEAT because they sure can't do a proper internal investigation. Having the STRIPPER SERGEANT back just brings our Department farther into the black hole!

6/20/2011 10:08:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

A little off subject, but an officer safety alert! The 006th district has a new/ returning Sergeant. Stripper Sergeant S.S., now with a new last name S. H. is back from her long stay at call-back. Be careful boys and girls. This is the same Sergeant that got in trouble in 009 and could not go back there when she left the "No Gun Unit." She is back but she is still dangerous and WILL get you hurt!! I wonder what the new SUPE would think of her escapades

So then the what your telling me is that the two guys from 23 will return as well. But then I should'nt be suprised because I recall an old boss who pissed hot for cocaine and got off by saying his girlfriend laced her pu**y and he orally partook of a "meal" and they let him come back.

6/20/2011 03:25:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

6/19/2011 08:56:00 AM

I also miss him. He was a good man. He loved this job. He did everything for his son. It seem so long ago. I'm glad you reminded me of Jimmy. Life is so short.

6/20/2011 05:33:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Anonymous said...
I heard about this Lt Schemar on the blog and thought it was complete BS. Then I checked the on data wharehouse and we do have a Lt Scheamr who works in 1. What is the deal? Is this fact or fiction?

6/19/2011 12:52:00 PM


He IS real and real enough that they had a supervisors meeting at OCD the other day to address all the rumors about what unit he is going to, Vice, Narcotics or Gangs. The phone lines were burning up with calls to every and any one who could help the current group of LT's to keep their spots.

6/20/2011 05:44:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The Stripper Sergeant must have pictures on someone.

6/20/2011 10:08:00 AM



or maybe a blue dress with stains on it.

6/20/2011 06:50:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"Why did he shoot him five times?"

The kid was low on ammo.

6/20/2011 08:01:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

6/19/2011 08:56:00 AM

I also miss him. He was a good man. He loved this job. He did everything for his son. It seem so long ago. I'm glad you reminded me of Jimmy. Life is so short.

6/20/2011 05:33:00 PM

I know the kid got a lot of time, but I don't know if he served all of it. Sure hope he had a couple of decades to reflect on whether murdering his devoted dad over a disagreement about the 23yr old girlfriend was worth it.

Most nights we'd drive by the house, flash the spot on the window, then wave goodnight to his mom and the teen. No response at the window and Jim would dash up to the house, 'just checking'.

He lived for his mom and his son, he was beloved by people on the beat and he somehow always knew how to handle every situation we walked into. We lost a good man.

6/21/2011 01:53:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

You heard it here first! A new City-wide unit will be formed this Fall. Get this! The launching date will again be Oct 31st! The Unit will again be out of the 3FL in Homan and will be similar to that of S.O.S, not MSF. The Cmdr is going to be none other than Cmdr Ryan formerly of TRU. He and the new Supt have the political ties that bind.
First pick will go to the Area Task Force personnel and then the recently disbanded MSF/TRU officers. Same old shit different day. Has CPD Brass learned nothing?

-35th House Mouse

6/21/2011 02:59:00 PM  

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