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  • Lone Wolf
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    Originally posted by Squid View Post

    thats what makes Canadians (even the supposedly Conservative ones like my co-workers) a "Special kind of Liberal". They have no first hand exp with the "challenges" Security and Law Enforcement faces in the real world, but they dare to think of themselves as Honorary Americans.

    Its like listening to a guy that is 25yrs old tell you he is a Health Expert because he has no medical problems.

    Gun deaths go by "demographics" not amount or type of guns owned. North Dakota has about same number of guns deaths, and type and number of guns in private hands, and demographics, as Switzerland. Pretty sure that would hold, going County by County, in CA or anywhere else.

    I've heard "gun deaths" that happen on Canadian Indian Reservation among Indians are somehow not quite counted.
    Sadly, guys like Condo Guard could never understand.

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  • Squid
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    Originally posted by fortsmithman View Post

    Queen Elizabeth does not own any land in Canada. The monarchy is just a figurehead. Squid I view your posts as comic relief. You have admitted on previous posts that you sleep on duty. We do have a military. I agree with Soper in his assessment of you which is a loser.
    If this a "just a figurehead" I hate to see an unrestrained absolute dictator. Even supposed dictators like Hitler or Saddam would have big arguments over policy with their cabinet before making a ruling. Here we see a mere "representative" acting as dictator on a whim, over a trivial issue (we've had a similar "Govt shutdown" for going on a week and it means nothing).



    Hint: this means Canadian "elections" have NO REAL MEANING. Its strictly "student govt". lol. https://www.businessinsider.com/weir...5?r=UK&IR=TThe Queen holds the ability to fire the entire Australian government.


    As the head of state in Australia, the Queen has certain powers over the government. In 1975, for example, the Queen's representative in the country at the time, Gov. Gen. Sir John Kerr, fired the prime minister in response to a government shutdown.




    "[Kerr] appointed a replacement, who immediately passed the spending bill to fund the government, Max Fisher wrote in The Washington Post. "Three hours later, Kerr dismissed the rest of Parliament. Then Australia held elections to restart from scratch. And they haven't had another shutdown since." In addition to the UK and Australia, the Queen is also the head of state in Antigua and Barbuda, the Bahamas, Barbados, Belize, Canada, Grenada, Jamaica, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Saint Lucia, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Solomon Islands, and Tuvalu.



    I view Canadians as comic relief because they think they are an actual nation with real elections.
    Last edited by Squid; 12-30-2018, 06:21 PM.

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  • Squid
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    Originally posted by Condo Guard View Post
    Compare Canadian gun deaths to American gun deaths. I wouldn't be dissing Canada. Canadian and Japanese police are trained differently, which is one reason why they have less lethal encounters.

    I am fully aware that the U.S. has far more guns (a discussion I don't want to have now). A lot of it is training, attitude and how authorities interact with the community on a daily basis.
    thats what makes Canadians (even the supposedly Conservative ones like my co-workers) a "Special kind of Liberal". They have no first hand exp with the "challenges" Security and Law Enforcement faces in the real world, but they dare to think of themselves as Honorary Americans.

    Its like listening to a guy that is 25yrs old tell you he is a Health Expert because he has no medical problems.

    Gun deaths go by "demographics" not amount or type of guns owned. North Dakota has about same number of guns deaths, and type and number of guns in private hands, and demographics, as Switzerland. Pretty sure that would hold, going County by County, in CA or anywhere else.

    I've heard "gun deaths" that happen on Canadian Indian Reservation among Indians are somehow not quite counted.

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  • Condo Guard
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    Compare Canadian gun deaths to American gun deaths. I wouldn't be dissing Canada. Canadian and Japanese police are trained differently, which is one reason why they have less lethal encounters.

    I am fully aware that the U.S. has far more guns (a discussion I don't want to have now). A lot of it is training, attitude and how authorities interact with the community on a daily basis.

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  • fortsmithman
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    Originally posted by Squid View Post

    I've worked with 3 diff Canadians and learned not to take Canadians seriously (except of course when preventing them from causing chaos).

    This one guy was trying to figure out how to "take action" because an employee was taking up two spots in far end of mostly empty lot with his new fancy car (Americans will do that to prevent door dings), but then next day when some shifty characters are trolling the lot he hides inside and even locks the front door. I'm not even saying to "confront" anyone, just let them see your Rent-A-Cop uniform from 50yrds away and shine your flashlight around a bit, so they know the whole property isn't deserted.

    Then I had another who bounced from site to site (he was a "Director" of our firm since he was an ex-Canadian ranking cop of some sort) creating the sort of nice messes that Liberals love to create, and leave for other people to sort out.

    Canadians are a special kind of Liberal. My theory is it comes from two Geo-Political factors:

    1)They aren't a real nation. The Queen of England owns all the land, and their very lives, and they are just "subjects", like cattle.

    2)They aren't responsible for their own defense, economy or anything really, since the USA does all that for them.
    Queen Elizabeth does not own any land in Canada. The monarchy is just a figurehead. Squid I view your posts as comic relief. You have admitted on previous posts that you sleep on duty. We do have a military. I agree with Soper in his assessment of you which is a loser.

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  • Squid
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    I also notice the Subject seemed to know a Tazer was no threat.

    Remember "don't taz me bro"?

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  • Lunch Meat
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    Originally posted by Squid View Post
    I've worked with 3 diff Canadians and learned not to take Canadians seriously (except of course when preventing them from causing chaos).
    Beer and Hockey

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  • Squid
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    Originally posted by Lunch Meat View Post
    Cop escalated waaaaay too quickly. He Tazed the HELL out of that shirt tho. I don't like pepper spray because you're GOING to get cross contaminated but I would definitely choose it over a Tazer.
    few decades back there was some big change in police policy where they changed from "reacting" to what a subject does, to "staying one step ahead on the force continuum" or something.

    In other words, cops now attack people because of what the cop was IMAGINING the subject would do, and cops can IMAGINE quite a bit. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XMFs1rQxY_8

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  • Squid
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    Originally posted by fortsmithman View Post

    It's different here in Canada. There would not be cause to draw your sidearm, and point it at a suspect if they have no weapons in their hands or close enough for them to grab. Our police have a higher standard before they can use deadly force. I remember back in the 80s and 90s members of our national police the RCMP had to fill out a form if they had to take their sidearm out of their holster. As well Squid there are members on this forum whom I take seriously, you however are not one of them.
    I've worked with 3 diff Canadians and learned not to take Canadians seriously (except of course when preventing them from causing chaos).

    This one guy was trying to figure out how to "take action" because an employee was taking up two spots in far end of mostly empty lot with his new fancy car (Americans will do that to prevent door dings), but then next day when some shifty characters are trolling the lot he hides inside and even locks the front door. I'm not even saying to "confront" anyone, just let them see your Rent-A-Cop uniform from 50yrds away and shine your flashlight around a bit, so they know the whole property isn't deserted.

    Then I had another who bounced from site to site (he was a "Director" of our firm since he was an ex-Canadian ranking cop of some sort) creating the sort of nice messes that Liberals love to create, and leave for other people to sort out.

    Canadians are a special kind of Liberal. My theory is it comes from two Geo-Political factors:

    1)They aren't a real nation. The Queen of England owns all the land, and their very lives, and they are just "subjects", like cattle.

    2)They aren't responsible for their own defense, economy or anything really, since the USA does all that for them.

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  • fortsmithman
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    Originally posted by Squid View Post

    He looked like a big tough guy. I'd be in legit "fear of my life" if he got within 20ft. I'm also guess this wasn't exactly his debut at this sort of thing.

    I guess it would be OK to approach him but only with someone with a gun "covering" me. But in such a situation I wouldn't approach him with just one other cop and the woman still "free" even if then seated and 'calm'. I hear the biggest threat to cops on a DV call is when the woman who called the cops reacts suddenly against the cops when the cops are "subduing" the Subject.
    It's different here in Canada. There would not be cause to draw your sidearm, and point it at a suspect if they have no weapons in their hands or close enough for them to grab. Our police have a higher standard before they can use deadly force. I remember back in the 80s and 90s members of our national police the RCMP had to fill out a form if they had to take their sidearm out of their holster. As well Squid there are members on this forum whom I take seriously, you however are not one of them.

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  • Lunch Meat
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    Cop escalated waaaaay too quickly. He Tazed the HELL out of that shirt tho. I don't like pepper spray because you're GOING to get cross contaminated but I would definitely choose it over a Tazer.

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  • Squid
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    Originally posted by fortsmithman View Post

    if you did that in the exact same situation in the video you would face criminal charges. At no time did the individual have any type of weapon in his hands.
    He looked like a big tough guy. I'd be in legit "fear of my life" if he got within 20ft. I'm also guess this wasn't exactly his debut at this sort of thing.

    I guess it would be OK to approach him but only with someone with a gun "covering" me. But in such a situation I wouldn't approach him with just one other cop and the woman still "free" even if then seated and 'calm'. I hear the biggest threat to cops on a DV call is when the woman who called the cops reacts suddenly against the cops when the cops are "subduing" the Subject.

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  • fortsmithman
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    Originally posted by Lone Wolf View Post
    When the taser don’t work, it might be time to add a little lead to the perp’s diet.
    if you did that in the exact same situation in the video you would face criminal charges. At no time did the individual have any type of weapon in his hands.

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  • Lone Wolf
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    When the taser don’t work, it might be time to add a little lead to the perp’s diet.

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  • Lunch Meat
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    Originally posted by Condo Guard View Post
    Doesn't always work. People high on certain drugs are resistant. I've seen one mentally ill woman who was so riled up they had to taze her no less than than three times to get her under control. It is a weird video - I wonder if one of the prongs didn't penetrate and therefore he didn't get the full charge. (I've never used one.)

    I think I've only seen a taser used maybe five times and of those five in three of them the prongs bounced right off the person they were teasing and they had to step in and use it as a stun gun

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