Wednesday, 1 October 2014

Home Sec socks it to `em

 This image is a simple illustration of what we old farts called `reasonable suspicion`. It took years of training to detect it - some officers never managed it. Some, however, did manage to grasp the basics. Some I knew could even find their own arse with one hand (given a few clues). But in the late 20th and early 21st Century, due to the need for progress and enlightenment, `reasonable suspicion` was removed from the statute books and replaced yes, "alarm and distress" (and an investigation team of internet hackers).

1 comment:

Bill Brandt said...

In he words of Bart Simpson