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Old 03-02-2012, 04:20 AM   #141
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You have to be that way alot of times, im 5'8 and 160lbs, i got into more altercations on duty then my other partners. But it wasnt because of my size, its because i have zero tolerance for BS
I've got that zero tolerance problem too, and at 5'3" my dad always told me one day my alligator mouth was going to overrun my canary rear end. Hasn't happened yet tho!
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Old 03-02-2012, 04:25 AM   #142
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I've got that zero tolerance problem too, and at 5'3" my dad always told me one day my alligator mouth was going to overrun my canary rear end. Hasn't happened yet tho!
Haha..... Sugar, spice, and gunpowder. Nuthin wrong with that
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Haha..... Sugar, spice, and gunpowder. Nuthin wrong with that
I like that! Sounds exactly like what I'm made of, though the ratio of the ingredients changes depending upon the situation.
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I like that! Sounds exactly like what I'm made of, though the ratio of the ingredients changes depending upon the situation.
Well if fire shoots out of your eyes, then you may need to be left alone for a little while :-)
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You have to be that way alot of times, im 5'8 and 160lbs, i got into more altercations on duty then my other partners. But it wasnt because of my size, its because i have zero tolerance for BS
I'm 210, 6'1 and being in three amateur Mma fights, and a ton of bars fight and love every minute of it, but I've changed for my son and stop training for a year and then on feb 3 2009. Two men tried to rob me and my wife in my own home, so I shot one before he got to my bed room and stabbed the other one before he jumped off my bk porch, but they r both Alive and in jail. It was my 160 pound German Shepard That did the most work on the one I shot.
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Here was my partner for 3 years, he was born in Czechoslovakia and was a multi purpose K9. He was hit by a car in 2008 and patrolling wasnt the same without him.

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Here was my partner for 3 years, he was born in Czechoslovakia and was a multi purpose K9. He was hit by a car in 2008 and patrolling wasnt the same without him.

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Sorry to hear about that, such a beautiful dog. They're like members of the family, hairy kids at that.
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Sorry to hear about that, such a beautiful dog. They're like members of the family, hairy kids at that.
Yes he was a member of the family, he always had my back and he did his job extremely well. He has been greatly missed. Even now it still isnt easy talking about him
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He looks like a great dog ive always hoped to have to one that loyal. Im sorry to hear about him
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I just found out michigan state university is offering a zombie survival class. No joke google it.
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