"Don't wash your jeans often. I wash my jeans every 3-8 months, spot cleaning in between that of course. Jeans don't harbor bacteria very well, so they take a long time to smell. When I do wash my jeans, I do it in the kitchen sink with…"
"With a budget of 800-1000 you have a lot of options. But my advice, and I think a lot of others opinions as well, is to bring that budget down a bit. Buying a 300 or 400 dollar suit and spending 100 at the tailor to get an impecable fit is fine, and…"
"The way I was taught about what a sociapath from my father who is a Marriage and Family Therapist, a sociopath is someone who has no NATURAL sense of morals. These people are not any more disabled from learning these morals from being taught than…"
"You can dress well and dress casually. It wouldn't look much differently than what you wear now. Keep the boots, but also wear some canvas shoes sometimes. Instead of a sportcoat or a nice sweater, wear a casual sweater or a jacket that is a…"
"This is an excellent answer.
Legally, yes it is a perfectly good reason.
There has been a lot of misinformation on this thread. The Tazer analogy is good, but not quite 100%. First, 6 rounds is not a whole lot. You want to carry as much is…"
"I lived in KCMO for years - any truck company near The Paseo or Troost needs to issue vests. LOL
I guess I may have been a little strong - heck my dad was a small town cop so I'm certainly not "anti-police". I just question why…"
"There, i will cede defeat. I have absolutely no clue. Well... maybe a little clue. The main station for one of my jobs is in a truly vile part of town. Hell, i had to patch bullet holes in the roof this spring. Armor, i could see here. The MRAPs? No…"
"Ok, I'll cede that one. It is interesting though, that when we talk about the police, it is always referred to as civilian law enforcement.
Still open is the question of why police forces need MRAPs and armored vehicles to serve bench…"
noun \sə-ˈvil-yən also -ˈvi-yən\
: a person who is not a member of the military or of a police or firefighting force
"Citizen" merely refers to anyone born or naturalized into a…"
"A civilian is someone not in the military. Check the dictionary. There are other words, like citizen, that could be used. Of course saying citizen doesn't have the same "I'm cool" factor as pretending to be…"