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    I read FML's on FMyLife.com and came across this one...

    Today, I learned that "Officer, I do not consent to any searches" means "Officer, please handcuff me, I am trying to be difficult" in cop speak. FML

    Sounds like something that may happen to one of us!
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    LMAO i read those too, some hilarious stuff!

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    logan wrote:
    Today, I learned that "Officer, I do not consent to any searches" means "Officer, please handcuff me, I am trying to be difficult" in cop speak. FML

    Sounds like something that may happen to one of us!
    (Reminiscing....)

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    Parabellum wrote:
    logan wrote:
    Today, I learned that "Officer, I do not consent to any searches" means "Officer, please handcuff me, I am trying to be difficult" in cop speak. FML

    Sounds like something that may happen to one of us!
    (Reminiscing....)
    LoL

    I am still looking for that holster for you (with no luck)...

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    You're guaranteeda much better reaction from the officer when you lock your car doors behind you and place your keys in your pocket when the officer asks you to step out of your vehicle and you comply

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    Nutczak wrote:
    You're guaranteeda much better reaction from the officer when you lock your car doors behind you and place your keys in your pocket when the officer asks you to step out of your vehicle and you comply
    I'm going to have to keep this one in my back pocket!
    Ecclesiastes 10:2 - "A wise man's heart inclines him to the right, but the fool's heart to the left."

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    AaronS wrote:
    I am still looking for that holster for you (with no luck)...
    http://www.rusmilitary.com/html/c-equip_belts.htm

    It's the one that is sold out.

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