Police are not all bad. But alot of them are brutal and they give a bad name to police. I hate a great deal police. Why? because more of them have been disrespectful and harmful than they have been courteous and helpful (in my personal experience. and don't think im a little dick I know how to talk to "authority figures" with respect). The IDEA of police is of course a good one. However there should be more of a screening on those who wish to pursue a career in law enforcement.
The Police made me get out of the car and wouldnt let my girl have a sweatshirt out of the car while they tore it apart looking for weed.
The police found 11 roaches in a complete scrubby stoner car. No roach goes to waste around me dude.
The police wouldnt let me have my medication for 48 hours causing severe withdrawl symptoms because my house had been broken into, and they were "not allowed to disturb a crime scene". MY HOUSE MY MEDS FUCK THE POLICE
A PC first-person shooter that is essentially a law enforcement simulation. Players are in charge of a SWAT team that takes on numerous scenarios including hostage rescue, barricaded suspects, etcetera. Mission outline revolves around initially making a stealth entry, later going for dynamic entry when a suspect or hostage is discovered.more...
A SWAT team's goal is to save lives, not take them. Therefore, the player receives more commendation for forcing suspects to surrender, and at the end of every mission, a point total is tallied up to distinguish how well the player did in pursuing the objective. Even if the player completes the mission, if a life is taken during the ordeal, the SWAT team cannot call such an outcome a victory, so points are taken away for such instances. Points are also given for proper police conduct; for instance, when a suspect has been arrested or killed, or a hostage has been restrained, it is the player's duty to report it to the command post. The player should also be certain to confiscate the suspects' weapons upon neutralization. Depending on the difficulty chosen, the point tally will decide if the player ultimately completed or failed the mission and whether or not it must be played again. During gameplay, the mission will automatically end if a hostage is killed.
The game features a relatively active online multiplayer community, allowing for SWAT vs. Suspects gameplay in various situations, despite a large number of players in ope...
Using a position of authority as a means to take advantage of a person or a people by gaining their confidence. Trickery is often used by politicians, police officers and other authority figures to gain support while unwittingly manipulating and oppressing those very same people who are subject to their control. Trickery often involves use of the phrase "Trust me, I'm a _______"
Police officer: "Your friends over there already told me that you did that thing, so why don't you just confess and make it easier for all of us, you can trust me, I'm a police officer"
Citizen: "Oh really, hmm… yeah, ok, I'm sorry, I did just do that thing"
Police officer: "GET ONTO THE GROUND WITH YOUR HANDS BEHIND YOUR HEAD! YOU'RE GOING TO JAIL FOR A LONG TIME BUCKO!!!"
Citizen: "OH NO! I should never have fallen for your police trickery! FML"
Congressman: "don't worry people, we've got this whole economy/budget situation under control… Trust me, I'm in congress. This stuff is far too complicated for a simpleton like you to understand. Now just vote for Prop X and everything will be fine"
Slang for vandal, most likely started in Canada,if so it has migrated south into the states, at the very least up-state New York and Newhapmsher, to disturb the peace and have fun doing it. These people are usually know for getting into fights or being publicly disobediant, usually disregarding he oppinions of,or even provoking athority
eg: the guy/girl who mooned the cops at a "peaceful" protest, damn those idiots busted upold man rene's door again, "he actually took a dump on the police cruiser!" exclaimed little jimmy the redundantly crippled parapolegic, etc.
1.Overpay fo an item
2.To have something stolen by authoritive figures in order to keep your freedom (CANT KEEP ME IN THE ACJ)
Ey yo, dat cop taxed da shit outa me.
A police officer of the law took money and/or drugs without your permission.
I jus got taxed on this dub sac yo
I was overcharged for this sandwich baggy with marijuana buds in it.
A forum moderator, game master, IRC chhannel operator, or any other such Internet traffic moderator, mostly as a way to bring attention to pseudo authoritarian figures.
<Franor>It's a spambot! Call the pLOLice!
<Eastree>the pLOLice are here!
* Eastree sets mode: +kb v!agra*!*@*.*
* v!agra has been kicked my Eastree (pLOLice strike!)
A person, male or female, sexually attracted to badge-wielding authority figures.
Ellen: That cop was hot!
Meg: That fat one? With the greasy moustache?
Meg: You are such a Badge Sucker.