Saturday, September 25, 2010

COPS on the border

another heartwarming baby story..featuring hott cops....

Two state troopers and a police officer were within 60 seconds of the spot where a car stopped Friday morning because a woman was having a baby.

The first emergency call came in at 3:42 a.m. Friday. By 3:47 a.m., Trooper Lori Foster held the infant in her hands.

“It was just a very fortunate situation where everybody was in the right place at the right time,” said Foster, who helped a 20-year-old woman deliver the baby in the passenger seat of her mother’s car on the side of the road.

“You couldn’t have asked for a better scenario,” said Sgt. Troy Gelinas, who arrived moments later and clamped the umbilical cord. “Three people were there within a minute. It’s just ... It was a good day at work.”

The mother, who was not identified by police, declined to be interviewed. She was taken by ambulance to The William W. Backus Hospital in Norwich, and both she and the baby were in good condition, according to a police news release.

The baby weighed 6 pounds, 13 ounces. The mother planned to name her Olivia Louise, troopers said.


and what about THIS story?!

To keep his 14-year-old stepdaughter from sleeping with her boyfriend again, a San Jose cop showed up at the 15-year-old boy's house in full uniform, cuffed him and then released him with a stern warning -- only to find himself placed on administrative leave and under criminal investigation for false imprisonment!
According to the San Jose Mercury News, some of the incident was captured on smartphone video. As the cop stood over the boy in his family's living room, he allegedly told the teen, "Not a good thing that the person you had sex with is a cop's daughter. The district attorney will probably file charges. A cop's daughter is not somebody you mess around with. You're stupid."
The officer's lawyer says there was no objection to the handcuffing or lecture, and that "everything was done in the spirit of reaching a troubled young man who was heading down the wrong path."
Initially, the boy's parents complied and thanked the officer for not pressing statutory rape charges. But they later changed their tune and claimed the cop had abused his authority.

Read more:

what say you on this issue?

When Miriam Leverington, a cardiac nurse in Colorado Springs, was stopped for speeding, she grumbled to the police officer.
“I hope you are not ever my patient,” she reportedly told him.
What happened next has become a topic of widespread debate in Colorado and on the blogosphere. The police officer, Duaine Peters, complained to the hospital where Ms. Leverington worked that her comment amounted to a threat, suggesting she might give him poor care should he ever become her patient.
The hospital fired the nurse, and now the nurse has countered with a lawsuit. She says she was merely exercising her right to free speech — and expressing her hope that she never see the policeman again.
The case is now being decided by a federal appeals court, but raises the question of whether nurses and health care workers should be held to a higher standard than other workers.
The Gazette in Colorado Springs is taking its own online vote, and so far more than 70 percent of respondents agree the hospital had a right to fire the nurse.
What do you think? Should someone be fired for talking back to a police officer outside the workplace? Are the rules different if the person is a health care worker?


Tuesday, September 21, 2010

Invites again

Taking invites again. Leave your email addy in the comments section of this post.

Paul, I'm sorry, but I don't have your email addy. You wanted an invite last time I had the blog open.

ok, a suspension MAYBE, but FIRED????

One officer and two dispatchers were fired from the Fort Myers Police Department after an internal affairs investigation revealed they faked a call for service – in the name of love. Officer Jason Moore called dispatch and asked them to send his ex-girlfriend, also a Fort Myers Police Officer, to a fake suspicious person call at the Edison Mall so he could talk to her.
Dispatcher Joeleen Jeffery agreed and passed along the information to other dispatchers.
Another dispatcher, Michael Grimmett, is accused of coming up with the description of the fake suspect. It was for a black male wearing jeans and a t-shirt looking into car windows in the mall parking lot.
Several officers responded to Edison Mall thinking the call was real.
A dispatcher called the sergeant to tell him it was all made up.
After admitting to his actions and telling his sergeant he was sorry, Moore said he just wanted to talk to the other officer because he was in love with her.
He then called dispatchers and apologized to them too.
Fort Myers Police Chief Doug Baker released the following statement:
"Our purpose is to provide the most effective and efficient law enforcement services in Florida. The investigations are thorough, transparent and fair."
Click here to read Baker's full statement and read the IA report
Both the original call from Officer Moore and his apology are posted here.

sweet, SWEET justice!

I was driving home tonight and this guy pulled out behind me, and followed me for about a mile. I won't say he was "close" but if he had gotten any closer, he could have given me a colonoscopy....without a scope. All of a sudden he decides to floor it and pass me on a double line through a residential neighborhood.

Holly, my dependable Lab was in the backseat and I said, "Holly, where's a cop when you need one?" because yes, I say that stupid line, too, even though when other people say it, I always reply, "They're cops, not Jesus! They can't be everywhere at once."

The words no sooner crossed my lips when a four wheel drive coming in the opposite direction quickly pulled over to the side of the road and all of a sudden I started seeing flashing red and blue lights. I'm like, "YES!!" He not only passed on a double right in front of a cop, he was speeding to boot! 

The guy was so had, he immediately pulled over to the side of the road while he waited for the cop to turn around.  As I went past, he was pounding on his steering wheel screaming....

thorn in my side you know that's all you'll ever be

Sunday, September 19, 2010

BRING BACK MY COURT TV!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

When I used to watch Court TV,  I loved it. It was like a new boyfriend. You want to be around him, you love everything about him, you can't get enough of him and the sex is great!

Then Court TV changed to Tru TV, and it was like my boyfriend decided to change himself a little bit. He lost weight, got a new body and a big ego to go with it. Suddenly I begin to see the cracks in the relationship. The stuff that made me laugh was pissing me off. But the sex was still good so I continued to hang on.

Tru TV taunted us all year long with their name change and how they weren't "reality" they were "actuality", whatever the f*ck that means. Then it trotted out stupid show after stupider show. Now my bf just SUCKS and I HATE HIM, and I should cut him off all together, right? But bad sex is better than no sex, so while I despise myself, I continue to hang out with him, although with not near as much frequency as I used to, still unable to cut him off totally. I want to tell him to KISS MY ASS but I don't. But I'm close.

And that pretty much sums up my relationship with TruTV. Right now it's the only reason I'm paying for the higher level of Direct TV channels. Even though it SUCKS DONKEY DICKS with it's ridiculous programming, like Southern Fried Stings, which was Southern Fried Garbage, and Hardcore Pawn, which is Hardcore Stupid. People come in and try to sell stuff and the owner mocks them. WHEEEE! If that ain't "actuality" I don't know what is!

Most Shocking, which used to be a pretty good show, and consisted mostly of law enforcement related clips, has quickly degenerated into guys doing stupid stuff at home and videotaping it for attention. Now we have Ma's Roadhouse and in one clip "Kate aka Ma Hepburn" is feeling up some young girl's boobs in an effort to prove they're not real. That's the image I want burned into my retinas: an old lady groping a young chick in a bathing suit. Classy, Ma. Very classy. I see this show quickly going the way of Southern Fried Crap.

And then I'm angry about the fact that Tru TV only offers clips of it's shows. Nowhere online can you get full eps of their shows. Probably because I'm one of the few nitwits that want them, and I only want them for the ss's for the site.

Like I said, more and more, I'm hating this boyfriend and I'm getting ready to kick his butt to the curb forever. If I want fake reality shows, I'll watch Bravo. At least they don't pretend to be anything other than what they are: pandering to the lowest common denominator.

Thank you for allowing me to vent about my boyfriend. Gawd, I HATE HIM!!

your thoughts?

Do you like the COPS border patrol shows?

I don't. There's already a show about the border patrol, yeah, BORDER PATROL!

Just give us the hott cops, Langley, and let the border patrol guys to NatGeo.

Friday, September 17, 2010

another call for invites

If you want an invite to the blog before it permanently goes permanently private, leave a comment on this post, and I'll be sure to send you one. Your email addy won't be published.

I'll leave the blog open until Saturday night.

well, damnit, he's cute and the KITTENS cute.....they're a purrrfect pair!

An off-duty New York State Trooper participating in a fundraiser is called into action to help rescue a kitten trapped underneath a car at a local restaurant.
Trooper Keith Wesolek, and several other law enforcement officers were at the Applebee's restaurant in Lancaster Thursday night helping raise money for the Special Olympics, as part of their "Law and Orders" event.
A group had gathered outside around a vehicle after someone noticed a kitten had gotten stuck underneath and was crying.
The car was moved so that it was elevated enough for Trooper Wesolek to get underneath the car. He saw the kitten wedged between the engine block and fuel tank.
Trooper Wesolek was able to coax the scared kitten out.
The kitten was not hurt and was adopted by one of the servers at the restaurant.

Wednesday, September 15, 2010

nyp--wait. what were we talking about again???

Excuse me while I wipe the drool from my keyboard.....

Ok, I'm sorry but that Pooh Pooh platter t is downright inspired!!

He gained notoriety 15 years ago as the "Nudie Cop" after he bared all for Playgirl.

Now, Eddie Mallia is hoping for another brush with fame by selling clothes - that he designed himself.

The former Queens beat cop resigned from the NYPD after posing in the buff in the May 1995 issue.

Mallia, 43, is unveiling his clothing line, Somewear-USA, Wednesday. He hopes it will revive his modeling career and earn him a shot at becoming a reality TV star.

"When you're in it, you don't want it anymore," Mallia said of his short-lived celebrity. "But when it's gone, you yearn for it."

The collection features $25 T-shirts with logos that he calls "demented and a little twisted." One shirt shows two Winnie-the-Pooh heads on a serving tray. That shirt is called the 'Pooh-Pooh Platter.'

Some shirts give props to New York City, and others push for the legalization of marijuana.

"You've got to stir it up," said Mallia, also known as Fast Eddie.

Mallia, of Astoria, Queens, was paid $5,000 for the 11-page spread and donated it to charity. Carol Shaya, also a former city cop, raked in a cool $100,000 and was fired after posing in the August 2004 issue of Playboy.

In recent years, Mallia has worked as a personal trainer and owned a lounge on Madison Ave. He said he would bare it all again.

"I am in better shape now than when I posed," he said.

Sunday, September 12, 2010

hott shot o'the night

hott cop o'the first show of the new season

cops in Texas

My favorite line of the new show was, "If we're going to jail, then my real name is Robbie...."


Gawd, I miss my VCR already. It's so much easier to rewind frame by frame with the system I had. Plus it was a clearer pic than Amazons.

boing boing boynton

Ok, I bought it on Amazon for 94 cents...grrrrrr

wow! I hope this officer is ok.....

Thanks for sending, BG!

color me *totally disgusted*

I was so furious a few weeks ago when I discovered that Direct TV's new "upgrades" would not allow me to use my VCR to tape shows anymore, but I figured I could get the ss's off of the internet, so no great loss.

Imagine how PISSED I was today when I went to Hulu and then Fox, only to discover that no one had last night's COPS ep online. Hulu said it wouldn't be online for TWENTY NINE DAYS, and Fox doesn't have the show listed in their compete eps library at all.

Saturday, September 11, 2010


Since COPS is new this week, I think Saturday/Sunday might be a good day to open up the blog to see if anyone wants an invite to the private blog.

I'll do this a few weeks before I go completely private.

I can only have 100 readers so if you want an invite post your email in the comments section--it won't be published-- and I'll send you an invite.

Friday, September 10, 2010

Hott Cops in your mailbox!!

Google allows me to send email notifications to ten people letting them know when the blog has updated. It sends the post right to your email.

If you'd like to be notified automatically, let me know via the comment section of this post and I'll put you on the list. Again, none of the comments will be published if you want to include your email addy.

guess who's growing up an entitled brat?

Oh yeah, it's that obnoxious Bieber kid....

friday's officer

Thursday, September 09, 2010

be there or be square

Don't forget this week's COPS is the start of the new season and episode EIGHT HUNDRED!!

Unfortunately, they're not starting off the season with two new eps the way they usually do. Only one. Sigh.

I heart John Langley!!

Wednesday, September 08, 2010

Another call for invites!

I'm going to open up the blog again for anyone who hasn't had a chance to let me know they want an invite to the private blog. I'll leave it open for 24 hours and then it's going back to private.

Leave your email addy in the comment section, if you want an invite. It will NOT be published.

BTW, Blogger limits the amount of invites to 100 so once they're gone, they're gone.

officer in training

lets put our heads together on this one

Tuesday, September 07, 2010

Saturday, September 04, 2010

and now that we're private...


Thank you SO MUCH for the link, H!

Private eyes are watching you

I've decided to make this blog private. Because I HATE IT when a blog suddenly goes private, I wanted to give a little notice.

If you'd like an invite, leave your email addy in the comments section of this post, or shoot me an email. The comments are moderated so your email addys will NOT be posted.