Sounds like things are heating up again down in the Hive. At least with one knucklehead, anyway. He spit on Windows the other night and this evening he threw a cup of an "unknown substance" that he claimed to be a bodily fluid on LB, Drew and another officer.
Why he is still in one piece I do not know. I wasn't there. By my own choice. I elected to get out of there while I could.
But as soon as I heard about the incident (third hand, of course) my mind was full of "Well, I would have...." and " They should have...." and "Why didn't anybody..."
And I stopped myself. That was the same crap I used to get from the lieutenants and captains every time I got in a use of force. Not gonna go there.
Once I figured out that everyone was okay, then I just left it alone. It's their baby now and most of the time I am half a camp away.
Of course if they call for help, I'm going to be on my way and you better clear the sidewalks because I don't stop or maneuver very well when I get to running.
I'd love to be on point when somebody finally decides this punk needs a lesson taught to him. The way he's going I'm sure it will come.
That is one good thing about not being assigned to the Hive anymore. If they decide to send in a team with or without the shield, I'm available. My day will come. If not with this knucklehead, then with the next one.
On the down side of this day, it was Peggy Sues last day and I didn't get a chance to see her off to her new job. I'm sure glad she stopped yesterday and gave me a hug. Gonna miss that girl like crazy. But I'm sure she's gonna be super in the new position. And it's real warming to know she's still in our corner.
We can only get better with backup like that.
We will miss you Super Lady. Come around and visit when you can.
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