Friday, April 14, 2006

The murder-mobile

Back again from the work trip. It was a good (set of) meetings. In fact the best joint staff meeting we've ever had! Contingents from west and east coast and we mid-rangers got along just fine and accomplished a lot of work. It was exhausting though, and part of it was the pre-stress of not knowing how well it would turn out!

When we were driving in the van, there was an RV ahead of us spewing red liquid from a tube. The liquid splattered all over the road, all over our windshield. We were tired by then and imaginations roaming. First we thought maybe it was a murder-mobile owned by a serial killer. But then we thought it was an unmarked bloodmobile (sort of like an unmarked squad) stealing around through the civilians, looking for a chance to get blood. But probably it was just an RV spewing waste on the road and on our windshield. How boring is that?

I came home to excellent chili made by Mom, quickly had some and then had to go to the Citizens' Police Academy for four hours to hear about the use of force. It was worth dragging my tired self there! But I'm not up to getting into it right now. Have a great Friday and weekend!

9 Comments:

Blogger Michelle said...

Hiya PBS, a happy easter to you and your family. MMMmmmm easter food :o)
Can't wait to hear about your use of force!!

6:48 AM  
Blogger deni said...

Glad you had a good trip.

It's amazing how the most innocent and boring things can spark the imagination!

Looking forward to hearing about police academy!

Have wonderful holiday weekend.

7:20 AM  
Blogger Fizzy said...

welcome back PBS
Glad you had a good trip
I also can not wait to hear all about the Police Course.
BUT have a rest first.
Glad that your Mum had a welcome dinner ready for you.
Righty I am off now.

8:35 AM  
Blogger Christian said...

Even ex-police officers like myself got tired of the endless state mandated updates on use of force.
Force continuum...blah blah...(please wake me if the Chief comes in)
I have been reading your citizens academy reports and I enjoying the perspective of the citizen looking at the police in a new and appreciative way. Thanks for that.

9:07 AM  
Blogger Martini Love said...

Happy Friday!! I would have made up tons of stories about that also!!

11:24 AM  
Blogger Grant said...

Did they teach you how to use force, or just under what circumstances?

11:57 AM  
Blogger Lightning Bug's Butt said...

Someday I plan to live full-time in an RV!

1:28 PM  
Blogger katie said...

Glad you are back! Can't wait to hear about the tazering!

2:51 PM  
Blogger Rafe said...

Red Rum. Red Rum.

Have a good weekend.

9:47 PM  

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