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    Oldest join date recoveryone's Avatar
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    End of Watch

    I watch this film lastnight and it brought back so many memories of my days on the streets pushing a black & White. By far one of the best (realistic) views of things that you will see and deal with working in this line of work. Even the dialog was very close and things said I even said them myself and that was 15 plus years ago. If you work/worked in LE in southern Ca (especially South L.A County) you know I speak the truth. Jake G role could have been my own, minus the ending, but being a U.S. Marine turn Cop. I was already married with kids. but the crap you see day in and day out makes you claus and hard nose and only those that have been through it can understand it.
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    Thanks for the perspective R-One. Sound like you've a book or a movie in you as well... ever thought of writing one?


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