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  • TX69

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    Dec 23, 2012
    The first person he lights up off duty would bankrupt the city coffers.


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    Mar 30, 2009
    Guadalupe Co.
    It is "rational" for Keyes to still be allowed to have a gun on-duty because then he is under the supervision and observation of superior officers and his fellow troopers, Ford Elliott concluded.

    As if a flag goes up and alarms go off warning everyone around him when his mind goes to that dark place.
    I'm not saying the guys is nuts or not, but the above type of thinking is more dangerous then the people it is about, IMO.
    I've once had a close friend who could go from 0 to 60 in a very bad way for absolutely no reason and no one around him would be the wiser. He didn't always hurt people and could control it most of the time, but when he did go off, there was no stopping him and definitely no time to stage any preemptive solutions to his actions.


    my mama says I'm special
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    Feb 1, 2010
    that is ridonkulus.
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