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Discussion in 'State Police' started by mpd61, Aug 17, 2012.
If anybody knows 175E (unmarked) PM Me...He did a real nice thing to me in public!
Nice things are not to be done by Troopers in public, therefore I have contacted this Trooper's supervisor to ensure he is reprimanded immediately.
Dude! it was like something outta a movie. Poignant moment...
In any event I think it was 175, might have been 125, but it was a gray unmarked and the trooper was a small package around my age. I'll never forget it.
My old ambulance partner said he got chewed out for something similar when he worked for the state. Said the culture does not want "nice"
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small package ?
I certainly wasn't going there, even if he did call my shotgun a tactical sewerpipe
Well you're SOL cuz the E troop dispatchers don't even know who's in what cruiser!
(at least not when an emergency alarm goes off... )
Not too many youngun's on the Pike... needa have seniority... though I do know one or three vertically challenged 30-40yr olds who recently made the trade to the retirement home...
he's a 45-50ish, pleasant, short gent, graying hair.
My first thought was the CANDYMAN!
Lemme guess...He gave you a free SPAM lapel pin?
and you checked out his package ?
I'll end the suspense. It's like something you only see in the movies;
I'm at the sandwich counter at Dunkins and I feel this pat on my shoulder, and a sincere voice says; "Be safe out there buddy" and I turn to see this squared away older trooper gliding out the door and nodding at me as he leaves...
Don't that bring a tear to everyones eye?
Is that for real? I can almost picture a certain actor doing that.
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I just wish someone would tell me who he is...
Y'ain' giving us much to go on...
Why did't you ask him yourself?
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I was stunned into inactivity...by the time I could move again he was pullin away!
Come on! somebody must have a clue!
I'm going to blast down the pike in the morning. If I can't find him, I'm sure hell find me!
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1) Lies. Troopers are well-versed on working their entire shift without exiting their cruisers. From getting coffee to getting the detail slipped, the 8hr block of instruction at the SPA covers all the bases of 8hrs in bluebirds without wasting any time on the feet. It's a fine-tuned skill, but surely by the time one gets seniority to get to E troop, the art has been perfected.
2) See PM, OP
If you can't find him, I'm sure the caravan of cruisers from the 80th coming home from B troop will find you haha
Woody , did he give you a pass for roaming the rest areas ?!! Lol
THATS IT! You have led a sheltered life my friend...
You're just jealous cuz they own Route 2 and herd you off when they catch you there!