Here is a video by Mike The Cop, who lives and works somewhere in Michigan. He’s a funny, yet serious guy and his videos are designed to explain aspects of police work to the public.
In the video below, he asks questions regarding common sense and the willingness to call out foolishness for being what it is?
I especially appreciate his comment at 4:55. I think dad was right when as a police chief, he steered me away from following him in his career. No one ever shot at me on the fire engine.
Here’s Mike the Cop:
Sure, there are people with real food allergies, some very serious. I am aware however, of several individuals who have what might be referred to as “selective allergies”.
This is for those folks and I repeat, it is not meant to poke fun at or diminish the impact of authentic, medical conditions. It is intended to poke fun at those who deserve to be poked.
“You can pretend to care, but you can’t pretend to show up”
. . . Jim Herlihy, USCA Athletic Director, program speaker at the Aiken Rotary Club lunch yesterday while talking about the future of USC-Aiken Athletics.
“Pretending anything is no way to go through life”. . . Me
It was brought to my attention that many of my readers are from countries that use a different currency than we do here in the USA.
Consequently, my feeble attempt at humor found at the beginning of Service Paradigms was missed.
Here is the explanation:
Both sides of the coin
In the US, we have a coin called a “dime.” A dime is one-tenth of a dollar. A dime is also known as 10 cents (ten pennies).
Two dimes (or, a “pair of dimes”) is twenty cents.
My apologies for losing that in the translation.
Ann has been blogging daily for 1,722 days. (Except for a few days that Michael filled in)
I have been following Ann’s blog for 1,009 days
I doubt there is anyone that takes more pictures with their iPhone than Ann.
Here is one from today’s post:
Working at a medical center near a historic baseball stadium, Ann gets some interesting shots with her iPhone.
Here is the rest of the story: Day 1722: Here, there and everywhere.
Ann lives up to the name of her blog, The Year(s) of Living Non-Judgmentally and I encourage you to make her blog one of your daily visits.
“It is impossible to live without failing at something unless you live so cautiously that you might as well have not lived at all.
In which case, you fail by default.
Stop making excuses and take some chances.”
A wise lesson, indeed.
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