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Cops On Internet Forum Love Watching NYPD Assault Protesters

="'BecomingSo there’s this Internet forum for police officers called “Officer.com,” and you supposedly have to be a police officer to register for the site. (How do the administrators prove this? Probably by making sure the registration application has enough spelling errors and grammar disasters and obvious disregard for following the law.) And these alleged police grunts think it’s hee-larious that unemployed Americans are legally protesting the economic system in this country. It’s especially a yuk-yuk when cops beat up young girls and gas people for simply standing on a sidewalk in Manhattan. Let’s review some of these donut-munchers’ tough-guy-on-the-Internet bullshit, and hope they all learn the meaning of “public sector layoff” very soon.

Thanks much to Wonkette tipster “Joshua” for sending this obnoxious trash. We’ll include some screenshots so you can see it’s all for real, as the website will surely either block public access or just delete the whole thread by morning. Thugs!

Bad cop, no donut.

  • JasperMT Those are great, the creaming kids are a hoot. I’m going to watch some more during football breaks. I’d love to see fire hoses employed, it would clean them up and clear the streets and sidewalks for traffic. We’d miss out on the entertainment though.
  • crass cop Yeah…I love how the chick just falls to her knees and starts screaming! I saw a guy do that when I went through the OC instructors course…it wasnt pretty
  • mikey medic LOL, those POOR protesters….i’ll lite a candle.
  • Marine 0083 Hopefully the scent of OC covers up that pachuli oil crap. WTF is up with that stuff anyway?
  • reils49 I thought that NYPD Lt. did a nice takedown on that kid in the orange shirt.
  • options open They seem to be protesting against…. well, everything. At one point they were chanting about unnecessary government spending. I found it ironic considering myself and probably a hundred other officers there because of them were on overtime. ChaChing! Please keep protesting… I could use the money!!
  • Big Will I got 14 hours cash money off those savages. Hopefully they can keep it going for a few more weeks my gas guzzling SUV needs new tires.
  • EmmaPeel Fricken communists. Couldn’t happen to a nicer bunch.

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151 comments

    1. grenadeh

      They are. New Yorks Finest [pieces of shit].

      Fucking cops. You know…you try to respect these people not just because they'll shoot you on accident (yet they can't fucking hit a real criminal in 60 shots. What the fuck, police, go take some training. Even I can fucking hit a moving target and im legally god damn blind in one eye and I DONT wear glasses when shooting.) and you try to tell yourself that it's a few assholes giving the good cops a bad name.

      Maybe a story about cops being outstanding, nice people, would make it seem like 2 cops in the country aren't fascist god damn stormtroopers in training.

  1. HedonismBot

    JasperMT likes to fantasize about the kids "creaming" so much it takes a firehose to clean it up. He's not a cop. He's a Republican congressman.

    1. tcaalaw

      Based on the efforts to rehabilitate Joe McCarthy in recent years, I'm pretty sure that Bull Connor will be next.

    1. An_Outhouse

      It keeps insects and vermin away. From 'Marine 0083's comment, it appears to work. Its a plant. I found some at a local garden store. Its incredibly ugly but effective for controlling pests.

    2. CommieLibunatic

      I didn't hear about the pest control part before, but yeah. It's been used as a perfume for centuries. My wife used a deodorant scented with it and it doesn't really smell bad, I think.

      Then again, she also likes to spray diluted honey in her hair lately. God, she's weird.

    1. Arken

      Yeah, but that was over the fact that we can't just enslave the dark-skinned protestors. They're only 3/5ths people after all.

  2. ThundercatHo

    I like 'em better on parade days when they're wearing those cute little plaid skirts and blowing on that pipe and squeezing that sack. Plus the purses, very now with the animal hair.

  3. bumfug

    Dear Penthouse,
    I never thought it would happen to me but the day I gassed my friend's sister was the day she realized that I would be the first to taste her physical delights. Just looking at the videos is enough to make me rise again as I did that fateful day…

  4. angryhaiku

    I wonder how these officers will feel about the protests when the Teabaggers are through smashing their pensions, confiscating their insurance, and cutting their pay down to the same rate as mall rent-a-cops?

    Oh, who am I kidding, they'll blame the Messicans and keep voting Republican.

      1. grenadeh

        Unfortunately, I'm pretty sure that unlike the 70s, not a god damn thing is going to happen to these assholes – not just the NYPD but all cops all over the country, because of it.

        That piece of shit cop in Canton, OH (my state) who fucking threatened to kill an old, LAW ABIDING, concealed carrying man who was both 1) minding his own god damn business and 2) trying against intentional police oppression to follow the concealed carry laws, was only suspended. He is probably back on active duty now, as it's been about 2 months. Fucking psychopath thug cops.

  5. lefty74

    I call hogshit. SOOOUUUEEE. Squeel like a pig. Like Ned Beaty. You know. Rudy's fucking dad. Fuck Notre Dame too.

  6. owhatever

    Careful, there, NYPD. You are looking sillier than normal. The tough thug tactic will backfire in this day of the internets. Making a chick scream and doing a "nice takedown on that kid in the orange shirt" has persuaded me to cancel my $350 a nite hotel room for my week's vacation in the Big Apple. Also, the NYFD ate your lunch on 9/11 when it came to bravery.

    1. Biel_ze_Bubba

      I wonder what % of Hummer buyers are cops… I bet it's waaay above their representation among buyers of normal cars.

    1. grenadeh

      Absolutely agreed. It's not erotic or cool when its done by use of beating the fuck out of her. Or gas.

    1. NPRadiotherapy®

      I've run from cops way more than I was glad to see them.
      Mostly, as civilized humanoids, we self-police.
      I am more concerned by trigger-happy yahoo NYPD and SWAT walking around with fully automatic weapons.

    2. SoBeach

      Easy solution: Become a middle-aged white guy. The police will suddenly start treating you a LOT better. Worked like a charm for me…

  7. rahelio

    "Fricken communists. Couldn’t happen to a nicer bunch."

    - Emma "GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEE" Peel

    Also, "fricken"? The hell is fricken? The uptight moderator must not like "cussing" on the PoPo Boards.

    1. Gorillionaire

      The character Emma Peel never beat up "hippies", but I do recall that she hi-karate chopped a whole bunch of stuffy British sociopaths.

  8. BerkeleyBear

    Sounds like every cop I've ever known. And I considered some of them friends, once upon a time.

    Don't worry, though, they'd be making the same cracks about overtime if it was lame TP types doing the protesting. Donut chasers love them some OT.

    1. PocketsTheClown

      Proximity to Ground Zero Pressure Effect: may cause fog of war on police too close to the appearance of money, as well as ex-mayor presidential candidates to keep repeating "nine eleven".

  9. HempDogbane

    Can't live with 'em, can't live without 'em. They'll always be assholes. And there's always more where those came from.

      1. SayItWithWookies

        "The police are not here to create disorder — the police are here to preserve disorder."
        One of the most inadvertently insightful statements of the twentieth century.

  10. MilwaukeeKent

    Some comments by these otherwise-neanderthals seem to indicate a certain…errr…ECONOMIC dis-satisfaction…in common with the –Look! Squirrel!

    Not all law enforcement officers are bad — they take turns playing Good Cop / Bad Cop. Seriously though, I was impressed with their behavior and professionalism in Wisconsin. Not impressed with the Bologna coming out of NYC.

    1. Rotundo_

      Yes they were professional and the republican shitweasel representing Walworth county is trying to launch an investigation into the Capitol police chief to find out why there wasn't more beatings and macings happening so the republican lawmakers could feel better. I'm sure that when the chief is replaced with a new fascist (oops, I mean republican) model that the response will be firehoses and teargas and bullets on the square next time. Farmer's Market will be a real rush!

  11. BarackMyWorld

    To be fair, people posting on the internet anonymously tend to be assholes anyways. You should see some of the venomous, angry stuff you get whenever kindergarten teachers or nuns get together online. Oh, man…

  12. El Pinche

    NYPD acting like assholes?? Nooooo? Really? Next thing you'll tell me is that they have a history of corruption.

  13. gullywompr

    Join our webinar this Tuesday with Lt. Tony Boloney – "How to meet hot chicks using pepper spray".

    Sorry for the lame post, but it's really hard to be funny about this shit.

  14. BarackMyWorld

    Cops complaining about dirty hippies….are you sure this wasn't taken from TiredStereotypes.com? Is there a sub-forum about donuts?

  15. friendlyskies

    Goodness, that horrid little person is bragging about his "gas-guzzling SUV," like owning it somehow pisses off the leftists. Grr! When s/he's probably paying thousands of extra dollars per year that could have gone toward a nice vacation, or paying down his mortgage. Way to spite your face, officer.

  16. widget2011

    Authoritarian asshats, coming to a town, city, village near you soon. It's hilarious that our great society will pay $60,000 to $125,000 a year to put a man (woman) in a steel cage, but will not pay one red penny to educate or employ them to keep them out of that steel cage in the first place.

    Only in America!

    P.S. Looking at the comments on that degenerate forum, those "cops" are among the brightest, well educated slobs on the planet, I smell a Nobel prize for peace coming.

  17. x111e7thst

    The building I work in houses an NYPD division so I know a lot of cops. Many empathize/agree with the goals and intent of the Occupy Wall St protest but don't feel they have much in common with the protesters. Which I find odd but not nearly as assholish as what gets posted on Officer.com.

  18. Limeylizzie

    Not to give these particular bastards a free pass, but living in Harlem , which does still have a high crime rate,I have had a lot more contact with the NYPD than I would have thought , of course I am an attractive English woman living in a majority black neighbourhood, but they have always been fantastic to me and they have to deal with a lot of crap including the fact that no-one, other than me, opened their door to them when someone was shot in the head right outside our building. I am sure that there are some utter assholes in the NYPD, but I always think the other side needs to be stated as well.

    1. GunToting[Redacted]

      This. There are assholes in all professions, and the police force seems to be a magnet for these idiots. Nevertheless, most LEOs are good people just trying to survive what can be a very dangerous day.

      The people posting in the forum above? Fuck them with a broken nightstick.

    2. Nostrildamus

      Funny, I didn't take the troglodyte posters to be NYPD. I assumed they were small town cops in ButtFuck OK.

  19. BaldarTFlagass

    Every single person I have ever known that became a cop turned into a bitter cynical pessimistic misogynistic misanthrope, no matter what their pre-cop personalities were like. I think it has something to do with always having to deal with people when they are at their worst; even the guy getting the traffic ticket isn't gonna be a ray of sunshine, let alone the victim of a mugging or a burglary or whatever.

    1. comrad_darkness

      That's why I'm always polite and friendly and perhaps why they've never handed over the actual speeding ticket I deserved.

    1. BaldarTFlagass

      I never understood why anyone would put that bumper sticker on their car. Talk about waving a red flag.

      1. HobbesEvilTwin

        Yes, back when there was this band that used to follow me around the country, many people who really didn't need to attract any attention to themselves would put that sticker on their VW Microbus.

        - Of course, these days just posting it on the internet probably has about the same effect in some NSA computer somewhere.

  20. Negropolis

    Speaking of police brutality, the Detroit Police Department have been hit with two legitimate lawsuits concerning use of excessive force for just out-and-out and unprovoked decking and chocking the hell out of casino patrons at the MGM Grand in downtown Detroit. One of them was caught on camera. It's all in both of the dailies.

    In Detroit, the shit is even in the suburbs. From just a few days ago:

    A former Romulus police chief, his wife and five police officers were charged this afternoon with 22 counts including conducting a criminal enterprise and embezzlement stemming from a five-year corruption probe of the department's special investigative unit.

    Worthy said the St. Andres and officers used forfeiture funds to pay for things for themselves including $40,000 spent on alcohol, marijuana and prostitutes in one year as well as $75,000 that was used to open a tanning salon owned by Sandra St. Andre.

    “The alleged conduct of the former Romulus police chief, his wife and the five detectives in this case defines a culture of corruption and greed at its core,” Worthy said.

    And, Romulus isn't some tiny, rural town. It's a city of nearly 25,000 and home to Detroit Metropolitan, the major international airport for the region.

    1. comrad_darkness

      Romulus is a pretty sad little old place, as suburbs go, making it tough to apply the word. It's like it went from white trash rural straight to 50 year old commercial dump. The airport is only a hit on property values that makes it difficult to run anything but a parking service.

      Not that the good people of Romulus don't deserve an uncorrupt police force, mind you.

  21. BlueStateLibel

    It'll be even funnier when these cops find out that their pensions and home equity are half of what they thought, or Heaven forbid they get laid off…but it was fun laughing at those protesters, right?

  22. Negropolis

    The comments about overtime are just hilarious. I'm sure they realize that that can put a major hole in their budget, and that their asses will be on the line when budget times come around, right? Stupid fucks.

    1. Monsieur_Grumpe

      Wait till they get privatized and all their pensions end up as a CEO’s bonus. They'll be calling all those commies brothers, singing kumbaya while holding those unwashed hippie hands.

  23. Terry

    Wait until the GOP'ers start screwing with the police unions. Then the cops will have a bit more sympathy for the protesters.

    1. Respitetini

      Not these Mensa candidates. Takes a bit of cognitive dissonance to connect those dots. Not much, mind, but more than they can handle.

  24. DashboardBuddha

    You know…none of this is reducing the anxiety I feel about flying to Texas next week. When I get nervous I get snarky(er). I'm going to crack wise to the wrong dude with a badge and a gun and BAM! Watch List.

  25. Zombie_Reagan

    I'm endlessly fascinated by the congnitive dissonance displayed on web forums such as officer.com.

    These public employees laugh and brag about their exorbant overtime, yet (judging from the comments) vote for the Republican party–a party hell-bent on destroying the public employee sector.

  26. Allmighty_Manos

    "To the police I'm sayin f***you punk
    Readin my rights and s***, it's all junk
    Pullin out a silly club, so you stand
    With a fake assed badge and a gun in your hand"

  27. Doktor Zoom

    They're comin' down the street
    They're comin' right down the middle
    Look how they keep the beat
    Why they're as blue as the ocean
    How the sun shines down
    How their feet hardly touch the ground
    Jolly Coppers On Parade

    Here come the black and whites
    Here come the motorcycles
    Listen to those engines roar
    Now they're doin' tricks for the children
    Oh they look so nice
    Looks like angels have come down from Paradise
    Jolly Coppers On Parade

    Oh, mama
    That's the life for me
    When I'm grown
    That's what I'm gonna be

    –Randy Newman, 1977

    ——

    There's a hell of a fine video to be made combining Mr. Newman's song and no end of protest footage….

    (And there's a special place in hell –or in irony heaven?–for whoever tagged this song as "heartwarming" on LastFM…)

  28. NorthStarSpanx

    The reference to water hoses. . .my god.

    Do they consider vigilante lynching something that would make their jobs easier?

  29. Dumbedup

    Anyone old enough to remember the occupation of Tompkins Square Park and surrounding buildings in the 80's by squatter-anarchist types? I remember a proliferation of graffiti around there like "cop kill cop" and when the cops came for them, they fought back. Lou Reed wrote a song about it. Maybe a little less Joan Baez and a little more Emma Goldman is in order.

    1. BaldarTFlagass

      Well, it's the last day of the fiscal year. Here where I work, just about everybody brought in food, so I don't guess I'll be having to buy lunch at the cafeteria.

      1. V572 Moon!

        Please tell my clients at the [redacted] Corps of Engineers to quit feeding their faces and start processing some task order awards, or I won’t have anything to do but except comment on Wonkette for the next FY. And no one wants that.

        1. BaldarTFlagass

          Louisville and Omaha Districts awarded all my TOs, I've even got the signed 1155s, so I will be fucking off full time here today. Like usual, actually.

  30. not that Dewey

    Where I live, cops can start working the job for up to 2 years without any academy or formal training. When the 2 years is up, they transfer to the Sheriff's department or the Village Marshalls or become Uni rent-a-cops. There are enough unrelated police departments that they can keep this up for the whole of their careers. Imagine an entire police force who, not only do they not know anything about poetry or nuclear physics, they don't even know anything about police work. Then we'll see what kind of damage they can do.

  31. L188188

    Jeez, it was pretty easy to look up one of the names on there, "Det. Steve Cook" and see he's in Kansas City. These morons must not know about security, huh? But he likes it "when she falls to her knees"…. this story pisses me off so much I cannot say anything remotely clever about it (if I ever could).

    1. HistoriCat

      Heh. My uncle made it to Major in the police ranks before retiring. One time a state trooper pulled him over for speeding: "Major [redacted] you of all people should know better."

  32. SaintRond

    I never got to hear the delicious crack of a night stick coming down on the heads of even one of those Tea Bagger motherfuckers when they were "protesting" by stalking and screaming racial epitaphs at black government officials. The only moment of pleasure I got out of the whole goddamn show was when some Tea Bagger tried to punch this absolutely dear, saintly and anonymous fellow in Los Angeles and got his finger bit off.

    Oh, well… We take our pleasures where we can…

    Peace… God bless…

  33. GorzoTheMighty

    Glad to see the spirit of the Waffen SS is in existence. Deathheads forever! The police wore blue, the kids grey.

  34. Lionel[redacted]Esq

    As Mayor Daley so righfully noted: "The police are not here to create disorder. They are here to preserve disorder."

  35. SnarkoMarx

    When I was a little kid my Scottish neighbor asked me if I knew what they did with the foreskins after they circumcised babies. He told me they sent them to Ireland, planted them in the ground and they grew into a whole cop.

    I thought he was kidding.

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