Posted by Yoshii The Bushido Poet in Arts & Architecture on April 3rd, 2012
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#1 by The Fullerton Watcher on April 3, 2012
There is a storm coming.
#2 by Fred Alcazar on April 3, 2012
Yes, I see what you did there.
#3 by But on April 3, 2012
Chris Thompson says there is real change in the FPD!
#4 by Fullerton Rudy on April 3, 2012
To be precise he said there was new and improved management. The “new plumage” suggests otherwise.
#5 by 300lb Fannypack Wearer on April 3, 2012
Chris Thompson is a sucker for Hughes famous back pats, firm handshakes and nods.
I had the pleasure of talking to capt hughes and I damn near fainted when he gave me a pat on the back after intensely nodding and making eye contact while listening to my ideas.
#6 by AntiCorruptionUnit on April 3, 2012
Just to let those of you know Chris Thompson called me yesterday. We had a good chat for about an hour.
Chris enlightened me on some things, as I did with him.
If I should meet the Chief, I too will look him in the eye and shake his hand, it won’t be limp wristed either.
A pat on the back might follow the meeting. I might receive one, or give one.
#7 by Anonymous on April 3, 2012
the smoke blows
blind bats hear the singing
farts in the wind
#8 by Fullerton Rudy on April 3, 2012
Chris should take the time to write up a post explaining exactly why he thinks Hughes is free of the Culture of Corruption. I think that’s nonsense, myself. Hughes has been around for thirty years and in a position of authority for many of those. He can’t get by with “I didn’t know” excuse, or “I was only following orders.”
It’s very clear to me that the quality of cops hired and the training that they received was very low. McKinley gets his share of the blame for that, and so should Hughes. I don’t care what a seemingly great guy he is.
This site is supposed to be about accountability. So how about it, Chris?
#9 by Chelsia on April 24, 2012
Thinking like that is really azamnig
#10 by Johnny Donut on April 3, 2012
One of the crows is named Andy Goodrich.
#11 by The Fullerton Harpoon on April 3, 2012
#12 by merijoe on April 3, 2012
Familiar? knowers of nothing,yappers of gums.
#13 by Wrong Guy on April 3, 2012
And Gum Flappers, and Yakers…
#14 by Fullerton Lover on April 3, 2012
Andrew Goodrich’s internal and eternal battle to speak the truth.
#15 by Wrong Guy on April 3, 2012
And his award-winning BS spewing about ‘cops with broken bones’, Kelly’s superhuman strength’, “it appears we got the ‘Wrong Guy’ in Veth Mam case earned him the promotion to Lieutenant.
You all know my old saying, “This higher the rank the bigger the ………………..”
#16 by Fullerton Lover on April 3, 2012
#17 by Wrong Guy on April 3, 2012
Right on FL. LOL
The word I WAS looking for was bullshit, but I like your selection better.
#18 by Reality Is on April 3, 2012
#19 by truthseeker on April 3, 2012
We that have eyes to see will remain steadfast until the thing is plucked bare and a new one is groomed from the egg to the nest to the air which responds to those whom it IS SUPPOSED TO SERVE. Be not deceived. You will know a tree by its fruit. This one has been dunged enough and is ready for the fire. We are not in Kansas anymore folks.
#20 by Jane H on April 3, 2012
Way too deep for me!
#21 by The Fullerton Savage on April 3, 2012
A Duck lifts his head
Clouds part, but the pond is not still
His reflection is scattered
#22 by Shimon Mendel on April 3, 2012
Employee money runs a city
Darkness spreads its cloak
Who knows where the light switch is?
#23 by Fullerton Rudy on April 3, 2012
Yoshii the Bushido Poet is a Ninth-level Haiku master who hails from the Ishikawa Prefecture on Japan’s “west coast” where his family – descendants of a long line of daimyo poets – still eke out a living salvaging debris from shipwrecks in the Sea of Japan.
#24 by Curious on April 3, 2012
Fullerton Rudy, do you know if Yoshii The Bushido Poet involved with the maritime rescue of The Fullerton Harpoon in the Sea of Japan?
#25 by Rhymin' Highman on April 3, 2012
“Oh Quinceheads of the council, listen if you will
We’ve asked you 3 to leave, but here you are still.
The citizens moved forward, to recall all of ye.
We did all this fine work, with help from Tony B.”
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