US Park Police Parking Prerogative

Hey Ms. United States Park Police Woman, that’s a great parking space for police car number 170. Right up there in Dupont Circle, and I do mean in the Circle too.

So, um, why did you drive your police cruiser right up on the sidewalk? Are you checking up on things? Doesn’t look like it, sitting in your car talking on your cell phone.

Might you be just that lazy or arrogant, driving your police car through the park like you’re on a bicycle or on foot?

And where is your supervisor? If you were DC MPD parked in front of a fire hydrant, I wouldn’t have to end this post in such a negative way.

Yo, fuzz, get the f~^k off the park! Don’t you have a dog to shoot somewhere?

3 Comments so far

  1. john (unregistered) on October 17th, 2006 @ 5:20 pm

    F;ing park police…I was on the mall with some family from out of town over ther weekend and we were standing on the downslope of the Washington Monument across the street from the WWII memorial enjoying some music from a couple young girls (looked like college age) playing the violin. Not only did one park policewoman on a bike come over and make them stop playing…only 2 minutes later did the a cop in a park police car come up on the sidewalk and speed down the sidewalk towards Constitution Ave. I am not exaggerating when I say that this cop almost ran over people walking towards Const Ave…the cop barely hit his brakes as he swerved around the group of people.

  2. Doc Holliday (unregistered) on October 24th, 2006 @ 11:30 pm

    You unintelligent, cowardly f*cks … posting negative and near-slanderous comments about professional public safety officers. What’s wrong? DId you get a speeding ticket that you deserved recently? Or maybe you got locked up doing something your mama forgot to teach you was wrong. Idiots. Go hang yourselves.

  3. Wayan (unregistered) on October 25th, 2006 @ 12:00 am

    Right, I’m the “cowardly f*ck” who hides behind “Doc Holliday” and uses to comment.

    I’m the “professional” public safety officer who is too lazy to get out of my vehicle and walk through the park, earning trust and respect along the way.

    Best yet, I’m the one accusing the car-free DC guy of a speeding ticket.

    Try again Doc, you’re way the f*ck off.

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