Detective Draws Gun At Washington D.C. Snowball Fight

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  1. manlypoetryman profile image74
    manlypoetrymanposted 8 years ago

    In the News: Friendly little snowball fight in Washington D.C. has a Detective draw out his gun...and getting in at least one persons face. Oh, and there were children around. This guy has been given a desk job and had his badge taken away until further investigation. Unbelievable. Sarcasm comes to mind at the fact that this guy wasn't fired immediately...I mean what is he going to say in his defense?

    I'm also wondering...if this guy ends up being dismissed...Is this going to be this guy's crowning acheivement...the day he decided to break up a Snowball fight? I mean...what on Earth was he thinking? Was this what he spent so many years becoming a Detective for ? Was he thinking: I am the defender of all who have been needlessly hit with a Snowball?

    1. IntimatEvolution profile image81
      IntimatEvolutionposted 8 years agoin reply to this

      I heard about this, what was he thinking.  He should not be a cop.  Apparently he lacks any common sense.

  2. SweetiePie profile image84
    SweetiePieposted 8 years ago

    Wow, maybe he just snapped!  There was a post office worker that went to work and started randomly shooting people, which lead to the term of going postal.

    1. Mitch Rapp profile image61
      Mitch Rappposted 8 years agoin reply to this

      I think you may be right about that.

    2. manlypoetryman profile image74
      manlypoetrymanposted 8 years agoin reply to this

      Good point...SP...Edmond, Oklahoma...August 20, 1986...disgruntled postal worker starts shooting his fellow co-workers in the Post Office he worked at.

      1. hublim profile image77
        hublimposted 8 years agoin reply to this

        Is that what the mean by a mail shot?

        1. thisisoli profile image70
          thisisoliposted 8 years agoin reply to this

          Wait till you see a postal strike, puts the US airforce to shame tongue

  3. David Harvey profile image60
    David Harveyposted 8 years ago

    I know they say, Don't take a knife to a gun fight. But what kind of drongo* takes a handgun to a snowball fight?

    Drongo was the name of an Australian racehorse that, so I'm told, lost every horse race it entered. So "Drongo" nowadays just means a LOSER.

    Some people should never be allowed to go near a gun, IMHO.

 
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