Cops and Robbers,  

notaslutatall 35F
577 posts
7/7/2006 8:17 am

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7/7/2006 7:29 pm

Cops and Robbers,

I don't like cops. Plain and simple.
I do not like them Sam I am. Not on a boat, not on a train, not in the house, not in the rain....
I do not like cops, you see.
I don't like cops, let me be.

Maybe I don't like cops eh?

Well I happened to be waiting in the car for my mom to finish doing her taxes at H&R block. She had some ammendment to make, or something or another. So I was waiting there, windows rolled down, music blarring, just waiting when I saw a cop pull up in the parking lot next to H&R block, which happened to be an Eyeglass place or something. He got out of his car, and discovered it wasn't open yet (it was around 9:56am). In the back of my mind I am hoping that this cop hadn't noticed me, our car was due to be inspected in january, and most cops, upon seeing me immediately, and I mean IMMEDIATLY go to their "Where's the Weed?" line. So I turn do the rage against the machine, and keep my fingers crossed, but sure as shit he gets in his car and pulls right up to mine. Dread sets in, I am familiar with the first round of questions, most typically, "what's your name" and "what are you doing here". Of course that's how it started. Now I am expecting that he is going to ask me to please step out of the car or something, or for registration, insurace licesne or something! Wouldn't you know that syracuse officer started hitting on me? He asked how old I was and I told him. I was polite in turning him down, he was considerably older than I was (although it was hard to tell, I don't mean to be racist, but I have a hard time telling the age of Af. Am. people). There was one thing that he said that kinda weirded me out though. It was along the lines of "nobodies got to know" or "I won't tell anyone". It was along those lines.
I'm glad he left me alone. I think it's kind of ironic how I get asked out by the one type of person (cop) I would NEVER go out with. Is this a sign?

DreamMachine316 40M
3 posts
7/7/2006 10:35 am

that sounds like a good thing that he did not ask for your ID and registration then he would know where you lived

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