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RickIcon...14-12-2014 @ 00:05 
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My sympathies were entirely with the guy who got up and slapped the s**thead flat.
McMuffin_GainsIcon...14-12-2014 @ 02:23 
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1369phil said:
They are legal to import into the UK


Although it must be done in person now which makes it really inconvenient. So you want to bring back as much as possible to make your trip financially viable but of course the more you bring back the less likely customs are to believe it's for personal use.

Have had a few people in for importing steroids via international mail, completely oblivious to the fact that it's now illegal to do so.

I suppose the argument for officers NOT using them is the whole public perception and expectation thing, all that 'code of ethics' carry on, which I can understand to a degree however it fails to take into account that police officers are people also and not always model citizens themselves.

Personally, I have no issue with it. I'd rather see cops on the street who invest time and money into their bodies/health as opposed to getting fat and lazy and going off 'sick' for 6 months at a time with a bad knee. However it's the same as anything else, there will always be the one to spoil it for everyone else, the officer who is a cocky t**t and not good with people at the best of times who then gets made worse by using gear.

As far as the overpaid, prawn sandwich luncheon decision making process is concerned, the suits at the top making these decisions will likely be mal informed and not have a clue to begin with, which sucks
JackRevansIcon...14-12-2014 @ 09:32 
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Do you think the prawn sandwich luncheon people ever have to go into work wearing a shirt still wet from the washing machine?
McMuffin_GainsIcon...14-12-2014 @ 13:01 
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Post Edited: 14.12.2014 @ 13:01 PM by McMuffin_Gains
JackRevans said:Do you think the prawn sandwich luncheon people ever have to go into work wearing a shirt still wet from the washing machine?


I would be most surprised if they ever had. Perhaps it is commonplace within the cucumber sandwich elevensies community, it's to be expected, they are busting ass to get to the top often without any help. The prawn sandwich luncheon committee however is next level s**t, they have dry cleaning and everything
little_aIcon...14-12-2014 @ 13:11 
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JamesH said:
Where are the arses Little_a?


They all make videos for youtube now James Unhappy
WiegieboardIcon...14-12-2014 @ 13:19 
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JackRevans said:Do you think the prawn sandwich luncheon people ever have to go into work wearing a shirt still wet from the washing machine?


I used to turn up to work all the time in a wet shirt. Was great. People didn't want to touch me because I was wet. Speaking of this. I'm actually going to have to get another job soon. I Quite like my cottage and would like to improve it.

I see the cops and gear issue as a personal one just like drink. I don't really drink often because I know I can be annoying on it. Other annoying people drink really hard though. I think the same thing can be argued for the effect of bulging muscles and a lot of mass. Some folk are lovely regardless but Napoleon can see it as a way to claw more power.
1369philIcon...14-12-2014 @ 16:52 
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McMuffin_Gains said:
Although it must be done in person now which makes it really inconvenient. So you want to bring back as much as possible to make your trip financially viable but of course the more you bring back the less likely customs are to believe it's for personal use.
Have had a few people in for importing steroids via international mail, completely oblivious to the fact that it's now illegal to do so.
I suppose the argument for officers NOT using them is the whole public perception and expectation thing, all that 'code of ethics' carry on, which I can understand to a degree however it fails to take into account that police officers are people also and not always model citizens themselves.
Personally, I have no issue with it. I'd rather see cops on the street who invest time and money into their bodies/health as opposed to getting fat and lazy and going off 'sick' for 6 months at a time with a bad knee. However it's the same as anything else, there will always be the one to spoil it for everyone else, the officer who is a cocky t**t and not good with people at the best of times who then gets made worse by using gear.
As far as the overpaid, prawn sandwich luncheon decision making process is concerned, the suits at the top making these decisions will likely be mal informed and not have a clue to begin with, which sucks


I agree with this
dannyboy73Icon...14-12-2014 @ 21:07 
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I know a cop whom is high high up and on gear...

not fussed about it tbh as long as they leave me and mine alone.
The_LechamotiveIcon...15-12-2014 @ 16:16 
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I'm not sure the police need synthetic hormones to be effective, but I think it would be good to maybe increase their fitness requirements slightly for entry and may do some regular physical performance bench marking.

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