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Old 10-17-2019, 12:36 AM #164
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Being a police is not as dangerous as people proclaimed. Police are the "baddest men" on the street.
This is ridiculous. You say it's one of the safest jobs a person can have and your first example is a list of the 25 most dangerous jobs..... where it's listed.... You can't make up that kind of stupid. The next three articles you give only talk about a fatality rate, what about the other 28,000 injuries your first article listed? Out of all those dangerous jobs it's got the second highest injury count. I bet that sounds safe to you. How times is an officer in a life threatening situation where he walks away unscathed? Because he survives it means it was never a danger to him? One of your articles lists it's safer to be a cop because of advances in medicine that can now save an officer who would have otherwise died.... you get what that means right? A SEVERELY INJURED OFFICER WHO ALMOST DIED.

Try again.

Try much, much harder.

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