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Old 10-27-2012, 02:16 PM   #31
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Well the confusion comes into play in my own mind. I was thinking "bone collecter" instead of "Bag of Bones". My confusion. Sorry.
Ah….'The Bone Collector' (A Lincoln Rhyme Novel): Jeffery Deaver …

Also a great book!


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Ah….'The Bone Collector' (A Lincoln Rhyme Novel): Jeffery Deaver …

Also a great book!
I liked it. And of course the book was better than the movie. Almost always. I've seen exactly one movie better than the book, but I can't remember what it was.


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There was a university study done were a they emulated a prison. One group of students were inmates and another group were guards. One third of the guards abused their position of authority. One guard went as far as to lock a fellow student in a closet to punish him. Now these students were just playing a game compared to what an officer goes through in a day on the job.

I am quite certain that way more than one third of police officers abuse their authority after a few lessons from their warped colleagues and a few run ins with true butt-heads.

Quite a few officers let their authority go to their head. I have had some negative experiences with police officers that got personal. The only way the situation was resolved is when it was clear as day that I would do what ever it took to make them back off and I didn't give a damn about consequences.

I also know law enforcement officers I would gladly give my life so they could live another day. Their sacrifice and contributions to the community are so great that my sacrifice would be nothing more than a simple thank you.

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There was a university study done were a they emulated a prison. One group of students were inmates and another group were guards. One third of the guards abused their position of authority. One guard went as far as to lock a fellow student in a closet to punish him. Now these students were just playing a game compared to what an officer goes through in a day on the job.

I am quite certain that way more than one third of police officers abuse their authority after a few lessons from their warped colleagues and a few run ins with true butt-heads.

Quite a few officers let their authority go to their head. I have had some negative experiences with police officers that got personal. The only way the situation was resolved is when it was clear as day that I would do what ever it took to make them back off and I didn't give a damn about consequences.

I also know law enforcement officers I would gladly give my life so they could live another day. Their sacrifice and contributions to the community are so great that my sacrifice would be nothing more than a simple thank you.
What you wrote was interesting enough...not sure what you are responding to...maybe it's me
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