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...And Other Things You Should Not Say While Being Arrested"

*My phone making a Star Trek communicator beep, cause that's how I roll.*

Oh look!  I got a new email from the STL2600 + DC314 meetup group, and it reads:

"Do you have another meeting on the 3rd?"

Crap... I should probably get to posting that meetup.  But not before I watch this cursor blink on my screen for a good 30 minutes first.

*30 minutes later*

Well given the topic of February's presentation, I was hoping to regale you with an amusing anecdote about one of the many times I was arrested.

Unfortunately I'm pretty lame and managed to stay out of trouble.  The most severe interaction I've had with law enforcement was some confusion over an umbrella attached to a sword handle.  Or possibly I've just managed not to get caught over the years.  Either way, I'll refrain from admitting to anything incriminating in writing, and there's not enough time to effectively hatch any kind of criminal scheme before next Friday.

So that's why instead we are bringing in a professional on the subject.  And by "professional", I mean Morgan, who offered to research and present on the subject himself.  Thus allowing Bob and I a respite this month.

But for the record, this is not a night in which we criticize law enforcement.  Nor is it a commentary on social or political tensions.  As always, this is an educational endeavor.  The point is to learn how to interact with law enforcement in a way that will keep both yourself, and the men and women in blue, safe and secure.

Now on a less serious, and barely tangentially relevant note, here is a clip from a fan remake of Robocop.  One that happen I to come across this morning with excessive amounts of cardboard and puppets:

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  • Thanh B.

    ive no isea where to park :*(

    February 3

    • Robert W.

      Are you outside our building? There seems to be plenty of parking.

      February 3

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