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National Coffee With A Cop Day

donmdonm Posts: 10,241 ✭✭✭✭✭ Graduate

With all of the Kaepernick talk, this got me thinking about when I was a little kid. Police officers used to regularly come to our school and give little talks. We pretty much all looked forward to it - a LOT. They seemed very nice and we thought they were special. Of course, all the boys wanted to be cope when they grew up. I think their job is incredibly more difficult and dangerous now. I don't want to be a cop any more.


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