Defending Nazis and arresting a woman and her service dog. Another pathetic performance from the Berkeley PD. This is so appalling. I just do not understand how trained police officers can lack so much common sense so frequently…
Her and her dog are lucky to have survived the encounter, the cops could have easily killed them both and claimed they felt threatened.
Buddy cop film with tom hardy and jon bernthal but instead of solving crime they find a stray dog and spend the movie fighting over who gets to keep it by doing grand gestures to make the dog love them
The nice, expensive trail mix, with twelve kinds of nuts and the big sunflower seeds and dried fruits, the kind Tony only rarely left sitting on the common floors for everyone to get at, was gone.
Clint had been looking forward to that stuff all morning.
All the way through a hellish morning “jog” with Steve, all through Nat handing him his ass on the training mats, all through firing the same batch of misweighted arrows over and over so Tony could take scans and fix the design, he’d been thinking, when this is done I get to go upstairs and hang out on the couch and watch Dog Cops and eat the good trail mix, guilt-free.
And it was gone.
Clint was gonna shoot somebody.
Just as soon as he figured out who’d taken the trail mix.
yesterday i saw a sad duck in the park who kept getting picked on by the other ducks so today i brought some trail mix and we had a nice lunch together. also i think he might be the duck who pooped on sam last week. if so, he is officially my new best friend.
Okay so I don’t know what it’s like in all of your areas. But in my county, when it’s dog licensing time, a cop comes house to house to make sure the puppers have their licenses or else we get fined.
So while I’m in the shower I am thinking about this, because I forgot to take my dog to the mobile clinic today to get it done (Ill get it done I promise)
and then I realized. Will. was. a. cop.
Will always was the cop to go and make sure everybody’s dogs were licensed (because he was always first to volunteer). But he didn’t just want to see the license. He NEEDED to see the dog. Will Graham would love spring time because it meant he was able to go door to door patting dogs and looking at them.
I love being a part of Overwatch, but there are a few things I miss. Silence, the absence of noise, one single moment undisturbed by the sounds of a television program called Dog Cops. There is no quiet anymore; there is only Dog Cops.