Looney Lunes #152

No Wonder People Don’t Trust Cops

Eleven National City police officers were caught cheating on a promotion exam. However, no disciplinary action was taken against them, because they had not been specifically instructed not to cheat.
– The Los Angeles Times

So, specifically, there is no longer a moral ethic NOT to cheat? Has anyone told the Taxman?

Headline, San Gabriel Valley Tribune

I guess it saves time writing them tickets. I wonder, can they “cheat” traffic laws to ding them?

Remember, when seconds count the police are only minutes away.

Published by

Phil Huston


9 thoughts on “Looney Lunes #152”

  1. Fricken hysterical. If it’s not a “law” it okay. Morals? Ethics? What one thinks is evil, another may think is hysterically funny. That’s how we got so many damn laws!

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    1. I think this is where “scofflaw” came from. We’ve adopted a cafeteria style legal obedience psychology. Texting and driving are bad for everyone else. Illegal immigration is bad except in my chicken plucking plant…

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  2. it’s okay…not it okay. Don’t go ballistic ’cause it’s early and I didn’t proofread my comment before hitting “post comment.” I always do my best proofreading after I hit “send.”

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