wally1120 wrote:Not trying to be critical, but I don't fully understand your post.I want others opinion on this, I was talking to a OC buddy tonight and he was saying, a cop buddie told him "he dosent like me, hopes I slip up,and cant wait to nail me". Now im young and get worked up a lil easy but, isn`t that unprofessional? Now true I am unemployed so that dosen`t help me much but, my parents pay for these people to try to do work that a kid can do but, they cant pull it off other then have a real big sweet tooth. Once I find out the officers name then I will delete this thread but, wanted to let others see what cops say about GTs.
What I gather is that an officer told a friend of yours that he doesn't like you and hopes you slip up so that he can bust you. I'll agree that they may be unprofessional. But keep in mind that sometimes people hear what they want to hear; meaning that your friend may have heard the officer say something and then imparted his own version of the story when he reiterated it to you. Or it could be that he reiterated it exactly as it was told... who knows. I suppose folks are free to say what they want, so long as it isn't threatening or harassing. Although if you start to experience extra attention from the officer in question, I'd probably take the matter up with the proper authorities and let them know that you think you're being singled out.
I don't follow where being unemployed, your parents paying for people to do kids work, and someone having a sweet tooth comes into play. And what is a GT?