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by Thomas J. Cline

ePub Cop Tales! Volume1: Never Spit in a Man's Face Unless His Mustache is On Fire download
Author:
Thomas J. Cline
ISBN13:
978-1928869078
ISBN:
1928869076
Publisher:
VCA Publishing (January 1, 2001)
Category:
Subcategory:
Professionals & Academics
ePub file:
1531 kb
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1284 kb
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Rating:
4.4
Votes:
516

Cop Tales! Volume1 book. You'll be shocked and amazed.

Cop Tales! Volume1 book.

Cop Tales! Volume1: Never Spit In A Man's Face Unless His Mustache Is On Fire. Note: these are all the books on Goodreads for this author. Is this you? Let us know. If not, help out and invite Thomas to Goodreads.

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Never Spit in a Man’s Fac. nless His Mustache is on Fire) and Psych Firefight – L E Job Satisfaction in a. . nless His Mustache is on Fire) and Psych Firefight – L E Job Satisfaction in a hostile environment. Thomas Cline, MBA, MAP, 50-years in law enforcement is past president of the International Association of Ethics Trainers, LETT board member, a writer/trainer at the Chicago PD, and a consultant. He's authored Cop Tales! (Never Spit in a Man’s Fac.

Whereas the average person of his day would have thought Thoreau was a malingerer, without "gainful .

Whereas the average person of his day would have thought Thoreau was a malingerer, without "gainful employment," Thoreau turned the experience into an amazingly creative period, in which he wrote one of the most enduring works of American literature. Most of his peers chose more "practical" pursuits, like business, law, engineering, or medicine, but Thoreau chose to take a deep look at the soul and create an exposition of it in his masterpiece. The lesson we can learn here is that we should follow our own hearts, pursue our own dreams.

You don't understand You're not in this pain You could never love The man with no face. You suck on my blood You've eaten my heart Until the death of me You suck on my soul You swallow me whole There's nothing left to me. (I love you) (You don't know how I love you). You suck on my blood You've eaten my heart Until the death of me You swallow my soul You swallow me whole There's nothing left to me. More on Genius. A Man With No Face" Track Info. Written By Trevor Something. Release Date September 4, 2018.

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You'll be shocked and amazed. You'll laugh and cry as you discover what it is really like being a big city cop!

Cop Tales! is a collection of short stories told in gritty street vernacular full of humor from a Chicago Police veteran's hindsight. Cop Tales! takes you from the harsh realities of being a cop to the comical side of the human condition.

  • Look at the cover picture and you pretty much know what you are getting. Amusing stories but nothing side-splitting or worth repeating.

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  • YES! Absolutely. Indeed it is a great read!