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Old 11-17-2013, 01:59 PM   #21
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I can't tell if those were parodies or real. I don't know where he is located but going on "patrols" is just asking for trouble. Isn't that what that Zimmerman guy was doing? And the fact that he was cuffing them is a risky venture if you don't know the proper techniques. All in all I wasn't sure if I was going to start laughing or cry.

If he wanted to be a cop he should have taken the proper criminal justice classes and went to the academy just like everyone else. Although being 345 pounds, inhaling football sized burritos, plates of nachos and then going to dunkin donuts after would all have to stop. He'll be having heart attacks 30 minutes into his first shift.
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Old 11-17-2013, 02:47 PM   #22
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I can't tell if those were parodies or real. I don't know where he is located but going on "patrols" is just asking for trouble. Isn't that what that Zimmerman guy was doing? And the fact that he was cuffing them is a risky venture if you don't know the proper techniques. All in all I wasn't sure if I was going to start laughing or cry.

If he wanted to be a cop he should have taken the proper criminal justice classes and went to the academy just like everyone else. Although being 345 pounds, inhaling football sized burritos, plates of nachos and then going to dunkin donuts after would all have to stop. He'll be having heart attacks 30 minutes into his first shift.
Zimmerman got proper training. He went on ride alongs with officers in the area. The purpose of the ride alongs is to teach watch members to spot a suspicious person/s. The rules are simple. Do not follow or engage a suspicious person. George Zimmerman's life would be normal today if he had followed the rules. Self defense or not Zimmerman will never live a normal life.
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looks nice ...... great job !
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Zimmerman got proper training. He went on ride alongs with officers in the area. The purpose of the ride alongs is to teach watch members to spot a suspicious person/s. The rules are simple. Do not follow or engage a suspicious person. George Zimmerman's life would be normal today if he had followed the rules. Self defense or not Zimmerman will never live a normal life.
I know what ride alongs do. However aside from that short blurb my post was not about zimmerman.
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I can't tell if those were parodies or real. I don't know where he is located but going on "patrols" is just asking for trouble. Isn't that what that Zimmerman guy was doing? And the fact that he was cuffing them is a risky venture if you don't know the proper techniques. All in all I wasn't sure if I was going to start laughing or cry. If he wanted to be a cop he should have taken the proper criminal justice classes and went to the academy just like everyone else. Although being 345 pounds, inhaling football sized burritos, plates of nachos and then going to dunkin donuts after would all have to stop. He'll be having heart attacks 30 minutes into his first shift.
He's a mall cop man. This is what they do!

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Haven't you ever seen the movie "mall cop"?

FYI, private security jobs ("rentacop" jobs) are to patrol private businesses. Zimmerman was not a rentacop. That is what this "mall ninja" is claiming to be. Totally different scenarios. And totally hillarious. I can't decide whether the guy is a moron or if he's a comedic genius playing around on different forums.
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