Subj:     Police-Supp2 Jokes
                 (Includes 12 jokes and articles, 08 1049n,12,cf,wXT5a,8)

Traffic Cop

Includes the following:  Nate Beeler Cartoons (DU)
.........................Bob Welsh - My Christmas Eve Poem - Video (S832)
.........................The World's Most Likable Cop - Video (S868)
.........................Filipino Traffic Cop Doing His Job - Video (S812)
.........................Stopped While Going To Church (S196, S562b)
.........................Super Cool Dude Gets A Traffic Ticket - Video (S843)
.........................New 911 Protocol - Video (S940)
.........................Save Miranda! - Video (S888)
.........................Short Police Jokes
..............................Police Arrest Cocaine Dealer (S792)
..............................Police Artist Sketch Of Robery Suspect (S790)
..............................Big Baby In Vallejo (S787)
..............................Two Popsicle Stick Riddles (S813, S821)

Subj:     Nate Beeler Cartoons (DU)
          By Nate Beeler on 4/22/2015
 Source: http://rightwingnews.com/cartoons/policing-the-police-cartoon/
Subj:     Bob Welsh - My Christmas Eve Poem (S832d)
          From: rfslick on 12/19/12 (in Chris-Supp)
Photo from YouTube.com
 Source1: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WxjZB5S_g7s
 Source2: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PLerLCES03g

 Ohio Highway Patrol Officer Bob Welsh recites his original
 poem 'My Christmas Eve.'  Bob uniquely weaves his stories
 into prose.  His Christmas Eve experiences are not pretty,
 but they are very touching, and a real tear jerker.  Click
 'HERE' to hear the story of Bob's life.

Subj:     The World's Most Likable Cop (S868d)
          Reporter Steve Hartman
          From: On The Road with Steve Hartman
 Source1: http://www.youtube.com/embed/ErASUGL00gQ
 Source2: http://www.wimp.com/likablecop/
 Source3: http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-18563_162-57518127/

 At a time in America when police 'JUSTICE' is questionable
 to say the least.  This beat Cop gives the perfect example
 of how to do the job correctly and actually gets positive
 reactions from the people he writes tickets to. 

 Click 'HERE' to see the unbelievable story of L.A. Sheriff's
 Deputy Elton Simmons from CBS's show 'On The Road' with
 Steve Hartman.

Subj:     Filipino Traffic Cop Doing His Job (S812d)
          From: Wimp.com on 1/23/2012
Photo from YouTube.com
 Source1: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=57a2CEfLTt8
 Source2: http://www.wimp.com/trafficcop/

 Filipino traffic cop doing his job like a boss dances
 to Billie Jean in Araneta Center Cubao, Philippines.
 Click 'HERE' to watch this policeman do his very scary
 job with flare.

Subj:     Stopped While Going To Church (S196, S562b)
          From: JOELFALLON on 10/30/2000
      and From: gordonschuk on 10/24/2007

 A speeding ticket?  Jack took a long look at his speedo-
 meter before slowing down: 73 in a 55 zone.  Fourth time
 in as many months.  How could a guy get caught so often?
 When his car had slowed to 10 miles an hour, Jack pulled
 over, but only partially.

 Let the cop worry about the potential traffic hazard.
 Maybe some other car will tweak his backside with a mirror.
 The cop was stepping out of his car, the big pad in hand.
 Bob?  Bob from Church?  Jack sunk farther into his trench
 coat.  This was worse than the coming ticket.

 A Christian cop catching a guy from his own church.  A guy
 who happened to be a little eager to get home after a long
 day at the office.

 A guy he was about to play golf with tomorrow.

 Jumping out of the car, he approached a man he saw every
 Sunday, a man he'd never seen in uniform.

 "Hi, Bob. Fancy meeting you like this."

 "Hello, Jack." No smile.

 "Guess you caught me red-handed in a rush to see my wife
 and kids."

 "Yeah, I guess."

 Bob seemed uncertain. Good. "I've seen some long days at
 the office lately.  I'm afraid I bent the rules a bit-just
 this once." Jack toed at a pebble on the pavement.

 "Diane said something about roast beef and potatoes tonight.
 Know what I mean?"

 "I know what you mean.  I also know that you have a
 reputation in our precinct."

 Ouch.  This was not going in the right direction.  Time to
 change tactics.  "What'd you clock me at?"

 "Seventy. Would you sit back in your car please?"

 "Now wait a minute here, Bob. I checked as soon as I saw you.
 I was barely nudging 65."  The lie seemed to come easier with
 every ticket.

 "Please, Jack, in the car."

 Flustered, Jack hunched himself through the still-open door.
 Slamming it shut, he stared at the dashboard.  He was in no
 rush to open the window.

 The minutes ticked by. Bob scribbled away on the pad.  Why
 hadn't he asked for a driver's license?  Whatever the reason,
 it would be a month of Sundays before Jack ever sat near this
 cop again.

 A tap on the door jerked his head to the left.  There was Bob,
 a folded paper in hand.  Jack rolled down the window a mere
 two inches, just enough room for Bob to pass him the slip.

 "Thanks."  Jack could not quite keep the sneer out of his
 voice.  Bob returned to his police car without a word.  Jack
 watched his retreat in the mirror.

 Jack unfolded the sheet of paper.  How much was this one
 going to cost?   Wait a minute.  What was this?  Some kind
 of joke?  Certainly not a ticket.

 Jack began to read:

 "Dear Jack,
 Once upon a time I had a daughter.  She was six when killed
 by a car.  You guessed it-a speeding driver.  A fine and
 three months in jail, and the man was free.  Free to hug his
 daughters, all three of them.

 I only had one, and I'm going to have to wait until heaven
 before I can ever hug her again.

 A thousand times I've tried to forgive that man.

 A thousand times I thought I had.  Maybe I did, but I need
 to do it again.  Even now.

 Pray for me.

 And be careful.  My son is all I have left.


 Jack turned around in time to see Bob's car pull away and
 head down the road.  Jack watched until it disappeared.  A
 full 15 minutes later, he, too, pulled away and drove slowly
 home, praying for forgiveness and hugging a surprised wife
 and kids when he arrived.

 Life is precious.  Handle with care.  This is an important
 message, please pass it along to your friends.

 Drive safely and carefully.

 Remember, cars are not the only thing recalled by their maker.

Subj:     Super Cool Dude Gets
.............A Traffic Ticket (S843d)
Photo from YouTube.com...
 Source: http://www.youtube.com/watch_popup?v=1Usyr0eMshg?vq=large

 This thirty second commercial for Adoptapet is
 funny and entertaining.  Click 'HERE' to see
 this short, cute video.

Subj:     New 911 Protocol (S940d)
          Produced by: One America News Network
          From: tom on 1/10/2015
 Source: http://www.youtube.com/embed/2-V2arHXwq8

 One America News Network's latest promo provides a speculative,
 'what-if' scenario that raises the question: What, if any,
 measures should be taken to ensure that confrontations with
 law enforcement are handled in a manner acceptable to everyone?
 Click 'HERE' to see this stupid, and hopefully, never real video.

Subj:     Save Miranda! (S888d)
          Written & Directed by Patrick Scott
          Produced by ZoochosisCom
 Source: http://www.youtube.com/embed/HhQ2LFXcCwM

 In this sick, cute, terrible but funny video, five cops
 try to find 'Where Is The Little Girl.'  Click 'HERE' 
 to see the sadistic humor of this writer.  Yes I found
 it funny.

 You can see 21 of Zoochosis' wonderfully strange films at

Subj:     Short Police Jokes

Subj:     Police Arrest Cocaine Dealer (S792)
          From: Contra Costa Times on 3/15/2012
Drawing from Soap.com...
 Source: http://www.contracostatimes.com/california/
 WASHINGTON - When police in suburban Washington raided the
 home of a suspected drug dealer last fall, they found the
 cocaine, all right, but also something unusual on the man's
 shelves: nearly 20 large bottles of liquid Tide laundry
 detergent.  Click 'HERE' to read this very strange story.

Subj:     Police Artist Sketch Of Robery Suspect (S790)
          By Vic Harville on 3/3/2012
Drawing from ArkansasHighAlumni
 Click 'HERE' to see this great cartoon by Vic Harville.
 After twenty years as in drafting, engineering, and technical
 illustrating, the Texarkana Gazette gave Vic his entry into
 the newspaper cartooning business in 1987.  Twenty-four year
 later, Harville retired as a renowned humorist who worked
 for several papers throughout his carreer.

Subj:     Big Baby In Vallejo (S787)
          From: sam.hutkins on 10/30/2011
Drawing from Loowa.com...
 Click 'HERE' to read this San Francisco Chronicle
 article about a Vallejo police report of an incident.

Subj:     Two Popsicle Stick Riddles (S813, S821)
          From: Unilever
................Englewood Cliffs, NJ 07632
 Source: www.Popsicle.com

                           -(o o)-
..............................From UselessGraphics.com.