|LAW ENFORCEMENT items. The HEROES of SlogansHeroes. Doing the dirty jobs, and being underpaid for them. They risk their lives, their health, their
sanity. I was a Deputy Sheriff, my Dad was a Chief of Police. I know how it goes. First they swear you in, then they cuss you out. Don't worry about it.
Pain don't last, chicks dig scars, and glory is forever.
|There is no "one true faith", but
that's the way I've always heard
the phrase. Tradition counts.
|Is it salary negotiation time again?
Then why sugar-coat it? Some cities
pay street sweepers as much as
cops. What kind of priority is that?
|Management styles vary, but this
seems to be universal.
|Protect yourself when
disputes over wages or
other issues. The
back-stabbers have long
memories. So put a
paper bag over your
head and wear this shirt,
like the Unknown Comic
on the Gong Show.
Consider it camouflage.
|A dactylogrammist is a fingerprint
expert with a superior vocabulary.
I was one.
|I put this up as a banner over the
tunnel at the Coliseum when the
Raiders played there.