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EastCoast50

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EastCoast50 last won the day on January 18

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    mcp2461
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    Irish, Scottish, English, Armenian

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    Western Maryland Mountains
  • Interests
    Retired 29 year veteran cop, longtime volunteer firefighter, amateur gunsmith, collector of law enforcement insignia and U.S. militaria, amateur herpetologist (snakes), and an avid outdoors enthusiast. Degree in Criminal Justice Technology (including behavioral sciences), training and experience in U.S. Army ROTC, LEO, SWAT, HTCIA (computer crimes), etc. ... and an overall asshole (allegedly).

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  1. EastCoast50

    Beers and EastCoast in the Coast Guard back in the day ...
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    It starts off, "One time, at band camp ..."
  3. EastCoast50

    Inspiring, yet overtly insane. You are XI.
  4. EastCoast50

    Technically, it is not quite safe nor purposeful to drink urine (whether it's your own or someone else's). Even in a survival type of situation , it's not really a good part of a diet. Google your own info. Just my two cents. Good luck and happy drinking.
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    I'm originally from a uterus, but I can't speak for everyone on here. I did eventually move out of it to a nearby warmer state.
  6. EastCoast50

    I didn't intentionally drink it, but I pissed myself once while extremely intoxicated. I woke up with a sore throat and a short temper.
  7. EastCoast50

    Yup. And fucknuggets are best fried.
  8. EastCoast50

    Welcome to XI!
  9. EastCoast50

    I agree with you. Beyond basic training, I was further trained, educated and experienced in behavioral science. The human being is a myriad of progression throughout life. What we choose to do with that training, education and real-world experiences as individuals makes the difference and defines us.
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    That's part of basic training, but some cops slip through the cracks and never get a foothold on it.
  11. I've lived and worked in the urban and suburban environment bordering Washington, D.C., at the Delaware beach and for over 11 years now in the rural western Maryland mountains. Each are different and have challenges, but I believe living nearly 2000 feet above mean sea level has the most. The views, wilderness and wildlife are amazing ... and has some things that most people never get to experience. Black bears, coyotes, bobcats, wild turkey, rattlesnakes ... fishing, hiking, off-roading, shooting sports ... it's all in the hills and FAR away from politics and over-population. All of these videos and photos were taken at the two different properties that I've owned since moving here. Side note: Maryland is a politically corrupt state, but the western counties don't play well with the rest of the state.
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    Yeah, when I started with a small department at age 20, they didn't require a college degree. However, they ended up paying for mine. The large agency I retired from required a degree for employment, and higher degrees for certain ranks. Personally, I don't believe you need a college degree to be a cop because most states/agencies require annual training and education that meets or exceeds college course studies (law, etc.)
  13. EastCoast50

    I'm sorry for your loss. I lost my dad in 2016.
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