Stories and anecdotes from part of my life in 2 British police forces, years in saddles of motorcycles - and other places I've blundered into ©
No, you couldn't. Sheesh!
Did they give him a long back and short sides?
Suz: Hi there! Hows that Marine doing?Conan: Greetings sir. At least they didn't harm his mule (that we know of)
Takes me back to the days when I was seconded to the bad hair-cut squad - run by some ex=Guards type keen on the short back and sides. I hated that kind of thing so much I grew a beard. He was a decent cove behind the bull and the matter was settled over a drinking contest. He won, and though I protested witnesses clinging to the floor might be unreliable, went to the barbers. one suspects the Amish don't have such excellent conflict resolution.
The Amish are actually pretty good at conflict resolution. I'd like to know what motivated the Mullets(snicker) and the Millers. Those Amish, always keeping you at the edge of your seat...
Archy`: Don't know much about Amish, other than a great diner in Sarasota. Met some Mennenites when I was studying in Stratford, Ontario back in 1980.PG: I've heard they are good with conflict. This nasty piece of bullying was just the type of thing I used to enjoy prosecuting the crap out of when I was a cop. As you hinted, there is more to this that a badly researched soundbite article, of that I'm sure.
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