Thursday, January 24, 2013

i never used to like them but....

I have to admit, I'm a tat fan now....but not ALL of them. I like the upper arm tats and tats on the side of the neck are VERY sexy.

Monday, January 14, 2013

Saturday, January 05, 2013

Go, Newport News!

The Newport News Police Department and its officers will be featured in an episode of a popular reality television show this weekend.

Officers will appear on "Cops" Saturday, Jan. 5 on FOX 43 TV at 8 p.m.

"The department itself has been around since 1882," Harold Eley with the Newport News Police Department said. "We have a long long tradition of good police work. It's ["Cops"'s 25th anniversary. [I think us] being on the show showing what we do... people would be excited about that."

Thursday, January 03, 2013


I was reading an article online about this guy who was pulled over by the police and he described the officer as "bald headed with a mustache".

Talk about your proverbial needle in a haystack....

zig a zig a zig a zow who's got the keys to the world now

Thirty-five years ago, middle school-age Mike Brucks realized he wanted to be a police officer. After graduating from high school he joined the army and became a military traffic cop on the million-acre Fort Bliss in western Texas and New Mexico. "It was a small-scale community, with slow speeds, and we would investigate accidents on- and off-post, in Colorado, New Mexico, and as far as Corpus Christi, anywhere a serviceman was injured or killed," Brucks says. After six years in the Army he joined the El Paso Police Department as a traffic cop. He retired last May after 22 years and almost 40,000 tickets, by his estimation, most of which he issued while riding Kawasaki and Harley-Davidson big-motor touring bikes. Here are some of his stories from the road and tips for motorists looking to avoid a ticket.

Besides speeding, which is the reason for most tickets, what's most likely to get a traffic cop's attention?

Seatbelts, cell phones, red lights, and stop signs. I concentrate on all the things that can cause an accident. There are some cops who write tickets for expired plates, for having no insurance or registration, but you're not going to crash because of any of that. I focused on safety issues—that's what I like to do.