How to deal with individuals who want to pick fights?

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Re: How to deal with individuals who want to pick fights?

Postby gotchya » Wed Feb 03, 2010 5:52 pm

Casey Jones wrote:i pepper spray 'em. i always win.

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Re: How to deal with individuals who want to pick fights?

Postby Boxer Dogs » Thu Feb 04, 2010 10:03 am

TorontoCopper wrote:Awesome!!!!!

Last night I made that pic the background image on anyone's computer that was left unlocked!!!!

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Hahaha, nice! That's why I password protect the screen saver, otherwise when you get back to the office your background picture has changed. :twisted:
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Re: How to deal with individuals who want to pick fights?

Postby Jframer7 » Thu Feb 04, 2010 3:05 pm

Boxer Dogs wrote:
TorontoCopper wrote:Awesome!!!!!

Last night I made that pic the background image on anyone's computer that was left unlocked!!!!

Love night shifts.


Hahaha, nice! That's why I password protect the screen saver, otherwise when you get back to the office your background picture has changed. :twisted:



Haha thats usually the least of the worries when you walk away from your unlocked computer.

The emails to your wife, Sgt. , Superintendent and Chief are the part that I hate! hehe I am very paranoid and lock it up even if I am out of the room for 5 seconds.

I finally goofed the other week and somebody got off an email to my Sgt. Fortunately they didn't say anything really stupid just mildly funny and my Sgt. didn't seem to care but I have heard of worse things being sent to the white shirts.

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Re: How to deal with individuals who want to pick fights?

Postby meathead1 » Fri Feb 05, 2010 10:54 am

Casey Jones wrote:a platoon at my division sent an e-mail from a new guy's account to the chief asking if he wanted to come to the rookie party. chief politely declined, but told them to have fun and they deserved it! haha.


we used to have a MCpl at the Det in Kingston that would e-mail the base commander (a Colonel) love letters from people's computers if they left them unlocked.
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Re: How to deal with individuals who want to pick fights?

Postby meathead1 » Fri Feb 05, 2010 11:35 pm

no, neither of them are built like brick shit houses. They are the SIZE of them though.
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Re: How to deal with individuals who want to pick fights?

Postby Federal CO » Tue Feb 09, 2010 1:20 pm

TorontoCopper wrote:Beat the fuck out of one of them in front of their friends.

De-masculination = De-escalation.

That was how is used to be back in the day but kids these days don't have that sense of "honour" that some of us did growing up. Now if someone gets beat infront of there friends, well there friends jump in and somehow it's a victory.
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Re: How to deal with individuals who want to pick fights?

Postby Tommy » Tue Feb 09, 2010 2:00 pm

meathead1 wrote:
Casey Jones wrote:a platoon at my division sent an e-mail from a new guy's account to the chief asking if he wanted to come to the rookie party. chief politely declined, but told them to have fun and they deserved it! haha.


we used to have a MCpl at the Det in Kingston that would e-mail the base commander (a Colonel) love letters from people's computers if they left them unlocked.



Man that was SOP in our Platoon overseas..... somehow by the end of tour almost everyone had it done to them...

Made for some good laughs the next day when you got a response back from the Lt. or one of the Sgt's saying "Cpl Bloggins, I think you're a perfectly competent soldier, but we should remain professional and friendly... I'm just not that type of supervisor...."
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Re: How to deal with individuals who want to pick fights?

Postby dmiles » Wed May 19, 2010 4:27 pm

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oz-r9-YI ... re=related

obviously easier said than done but it should stop the scroat for a second which will open up a window for other options.
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Re: How to deal with individuals who want to pick fights?

Postby Respond Wayne » Wed May 19, 2010 8:31 pm

dmiles wrote:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oz-r9-YIjIU&feature=related

obviously easier said than done but it should stop the scroat for a second which will open up a window for other options.


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Re: How to deal with individuals who want to pick fights?

Postby TheWidowsSon » Wed May 19, 2010 8:55 pm

Respond Wayne wrote:"Looks good on camera"... :mrgreen:

"Cuz it looks like you just panicked"... :mrgreen:
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Re: How to deal with individuals who want to pick fights?

Postby wilbertsasso » Thu May 20, 2010 8:33 pm

dmiles wrote:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oz-r9-YIjIU&feature=related

obviously easier said than done but it should stop the scroat for a second which will open up a window for other options.


It certainly looks good and effective..but what are the chances that you'll remember to do that?? Unless you continually practice that technique and maintain your skills and commit them to muscle memory you'll be doing other things that you've been taught.

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Re: How to deal with individuals who want to pick fights?

Postby Columbo » Mon May 31, 2010 8:03 pm

Agreed, but more importantly, what are you going to do after the ninja defence to actually stop the threat?
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