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« Reply #60 on: March 27, 2012, 04:55:01 PM »

Yeah, you guys need to grow the fuck up.

Coming from someone who wants to get a rise out of people by intentionally posting something extremely vague on a message board. You make it seem like you're the only one on here who has ever held a job before and that being a security guard doesn't mean you do shit. Don't get all self-righteous because you yelled at some douchebag kid and threatened him with your pepper spray.

EDIT just to say. 10 WHOLE CODES!?!?!?! Wow you must be so proud. You definitely have the upper hand amongst your classmates. That must take a whole 5 minutes to memorize!
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« Reply #61 on: March 27, 2012, 04:59:41 PM »

Isn't admitting to being a security guard kind of just admitting to being a failure in life? I don't think i've ever heard a kid say they want to be a security guard when they grow up. I don't hate security, I pity them as the pathetic losers they are.� No real animosity, as you don't really have any authority. I find fucking with security's ego hillarious and am thankful for the opportunity to do that from my own home.

Also, did you seriously say that you hope it leads to law enforcement jobs and that you aren't a wannabe cop in the same post? Hillarious. By the way retard, The Police academy leads to a job as a cop, not being a night watchman.

You learn a lot from a security job that applies to police work.� Dealing with bums and crackheads, or stuck up punks such as yourself who like to give us a hard time.� Learning 10 codes on the radio...etc.� Tons of good experience.� I'm also going to college for law and security while I work, and many close family members of mine are police officers...so eat a dick.� I'm done with this thread, I had my fun.

I'll give you this:  I'm pretty sure you got the lingo down.  Did you take a course on that?  When do they issue you a flat top haircut and those rainbow Oakley sunglasses?
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« Reply #62 on: March 27, 2012, 05:06:10 PM »

Isn't admitting to being a security guard kind of just admitting to being a failure in life? I don't think i've ever heard a kid say they want to be a security guard when they grow up. I don't hate security, I pity them as the pathetic losers they are.  No real animosity, as you don't really have any authority. I find fucking with security's ego hillarious and am thankful for the opportunity to do that from my own home.

Also, did you seriously say that you hope it leads to law enforcement jobs and that you aren't a wannabe cop in the same post? Hillarious. By the way retard, The Police academy leads to a job as a cop, not being a night watchman.

You learn a lot from a security job that applies to police work.  Dealing with bums and crackheads, or stuck up punks such as yourself who like to give us a hard time.  Learning 10 codes on the radio...etc.  Tons of good experience.  I'm also going to college for law and security while I work, and many close family members of mine are police officers...so eat a dick.  I'm done with this thread, I had my fun.

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« Reply #63 on: March 28, 2012, 07:13:26 AM »

That's ridiculous.  Tell  me you're not one of those guys who carves the anarchy sign into there arm, and listens to the casualties.  I'm out here breaking stereotypes.  Police are necessary, and many of them are out there serving the community, and keeping the streets safe.  It's a thankless job with many risks...and I'm sure deep inside all of you can at least respect that.  

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What I don't respect is some guy jumping on here blatantly seeking a negative reaction so that he can argue his side in a means to justify his career choice. Seems like there's some inner-conflict going on, otherwise this wouldn't be necessary at all. Nobody would care if you're a security guard if you're not an asshole. It's just a job man, and running into a cool guard or cop once in a while is refreshing.

I will say a couple of things though. First being that most security guards do not get into the line of work it because they are pursuing towards a career in "law enforcement." It's a near low-wage lackey job that any moron can do. Probably why so many security guards are complete dipshits.

If you are trying to become a cop, good for you. I think you're just a troll but I used to skate with a guy quite often, and he became a police officer, it's not like this is unheard of. Still, some people talked shit, but he's one of the most genuinely decent people I've ever known and a super gnarly skater, every session was mind-blowing, so anyone who talks shit would change their tune real quick if they met him or saw him skate.

Your career is your business but when you come around with the "I'm a security guard, deal with it" attitude you just come off like a huge douche.

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« Reply #64 on: March 28, 2012, 08:21:31 AM »

if you wanna be a cop, cant you enter the force as a parking cop or something? seems a bit less shitty and i think you make a lot more money
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« Reply #65 on: March 28, 2012, 08:59:58 AM »

This is the last time you'll get a 3 page thread.


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« Reply #66 on: March 28, 2012, 09:35:17 AM »

This thread:


Why are you guys even entertaining this dude's bullshit?
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« Reply #67 on: March 28, 2012, 11:30:36 AM »

You took the time to make that, posted it in two different threads AND made it your avatar.  HAHAHA!
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« Reply #68 on: March 28, 2012, 12:40:23 PM »

i think we can all agree that skateboarding is great, but skateboarders are the biggest bunch of assholes any of us will ever meet.
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« Reply #69 on: March 28, 2012, 01:17:28 PM »

Whoever said "security pays as much as a teacher or cop," first of all- no, it doesn't. Not even close, and you don't get a pension or benefits from it. Not to mention, as much as I hate cops, they actually play a role in society and can go home with a feeling of accomplishment.
I've thought of being a professor at times, but I love the work I am doing. Of course, I don't pass my job off as "just a gig" and have never said something as stupid as "I'm not a cop wannabe, this will help me become a cop, which I wannabe!"

Isn't admitting to being a security guard kind of just admitting to being a failure in life? I don't think i've ever heard a kid say they want to be a security guard when they grow up. I don't hate security, I pity them as the pathetic losers they are.  No real animosity, as you don't really have any authority. I find fucking with security's ego hillarious and am thankful for the opportunity to do that from my own home.

Also, did you seriously say that you hope it leads to law enforcement jobs and that you aren't a wannabe cop in the same post? Hillarious. By the way retard, The Police academy leads to a job as a cop, not being a night watchman.

You learn a lot from a security job that applies to police work.  Dealing with bums and crackheads, or stuck up punks such as yourself who like to give us a hard time.  Learning 10 codes on the radio...etc.  Tons of good experience.  I'm also going to college for law and security while I work, and many close family members of mine are police officers...so eat a dick.  I'm done with this thread, I had my fun.
So security is like an "in" for cops who are too stupid to go straight to the academy? That's not actually good experience and the academy has an age limit so the more time you spend not going to police academy the less likely you will be to make it.
In terms of stuck up punks, I hope you are a security guard in LA. Security guards who are polite and know their role I comply with, security guards who think they have any authority get a storm of spit in their face as I deride them for being losers and I refuse to even stop skating.
As much as I understand how likely it is that this is a troll, I enjoy the shit out of mocking security guards. They are so cute. Now that I am an adult its even funnier. They can be intimidating to kids, but once you are taller and in better shape than them its fucking hillarious.
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« Reply #70 on: March 28, 2012, 01:22:20 PM »

Gipper- how many teachers take on second jobs?  When my brother-in-law graduated from college and started teaching he had to start in a very low income part of Chicago and while the area was dangerous, what did him in was the small pay- he couldn't afford to live in a place that he felt was safe enough to have my sister and their baby.  He ended up taking a nightjob and just hated life until he got a better teaching job elsewhere.  I mean, it's common knowledge that teachers don't get paid well, but the fact that dude had to take a second job (and it's not like the day ended for him when his students left) really bugged me.  He didn't get shit for benefits either.
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« Reply #71 on: March 28, 2012, 01:39:28 PM »

Yeah, you guys need to grow the fuck up.


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« Reply #72 on: March 28, 2012, 01:42:23 PM »

I was kicked out of skatepark for not wearing a shirt on a 100 degree day by a park security guard on a golf cart WAS THAT YOU!?
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« Reply #73 on: March 28, 2012, 01:43:42 PM »

^ You live in AZ, don't you?
I don't want to talk too much about my pay, but I live quite comfortably on my teacher's salary. I'll never get rich, but money isn't something I worry about. I actually wouldn't be able to take a second job. Teaching leaves me sitting at home planning and grading a huge chunk of my time. The time is the killer if anything is. The pay thing for the most part is the fact that considering the amount of work I do, I don't get paid like the lawyers and businessmen who work similar hours. In countries like Singapore they do though.
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« Reply #74 on: March 28, 2012, 02:59:36 PM »

Whoever said "security pays as much as a teacher or cop," first of all- no, it doesn't. Not even close, and you don't get a pension or benefits from it.

That was me. LAPD starts at $46,583 and a LAUSD teacher with regular credentials ("Table T" 2010-2011) starts at $44,071. The Airport Services and Park Ranger positions I recently applied to both start at $44,436 a year and include full medical, sick leave, holiday and vacation pay, PERS, tuition reimbursement, and Dependent Care Assistance Plan. The fact that I can get full city employee benefits is the main reason I'm even applying.

I won't pretend that the high end of the pay scale is in the same league as cops or teachers (and not taking into account the days off teachers get). It's really a stepping stone to be an airport runway groundskeeper (weedpuller) who make over $60k a year.

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« Reply #75 on: March 28, 2012, 03:26:39 PM »

Whoever said "security pays as much as a teacher or cop," first of all- no, it doesn't. Not even close, and you don't get a pension or benefits from it. Not to mention, as much as I hate cops, they actually play a role in society and can go home with a feeling of accomplishment.
I've thought of being a professor at times, but I love the work I am doing. Of course, I don't pass my job off as "just a gig" and have never said something as stupid as "I'm not a cop wannabe, this will help me become a cop, which I wannabe!"

Isn't admitting to being a security guard kind of just admitting to being a failure in life? I don't think i've ever heard a kid say they want to be a security guard when they grow up. I don't hate security, I pity them as the pathetic losers they are.  No real animosity, as you don't really have any authority. I find fucking with security's ego hillarious and am thankful for the opportunity to do that from my own home.

Also, did you seriously say that you hope it leads to law enforcement jobs and that you aren't a wannabe cop in the same post? Hillarious. By the way retard, The Police academy leads to a job as a cop, not being a night watchman.

You learn a lot from a security job that applies to police work.  Dealing with bums and crackheads, or stuck up punks such as yourself who like to give us a hard time.  Learning 10 codes on the radio...etc.  Tons of good experience.  I'm also going to college for law and security while I work, and many close family members of mine are police officers...so eat a dick.  I'm done with this thread, I had my fun.
So security is like an "in" for cops who are too stupid to go straight to the academy? That's not actually good experience and the academy has an age limit so the more time you spend not going to police academy the less likely you will be to make it.
In terms of stuck up punks, I hope you are a security guard in LA. Security guards who are polite and know their role I comply with, security guards who think they have any authority get a storm of spit in their face as I deride them for being losers and I refuse to even stop skating.
As much as I understand how likely it is that this is a troll, I enjoy the shit out of mocking security guards. They are so cute. Now that I am an adult its even funnier. They can be intimidating to kids, but once you are taller and in better shape than them its fucking hillarious.

I wasn't going to post in this thread again, but you have absolutely no fucking clue what you're talking about.  No, security is not an "in" for cops who are too stupid, security can be a job for people who want to get a feel for some of the things police do.  There are plenty of things that relate to police work.  As a security guard, you learn to deal with the public in a professional manner, you learn 10 codes on the radio, you learn how to write in your memo book (there is a certain way you are supposed to write) , write occurrence reports...etc.  Plus, I am in school right now, and this job allows me to work on the weekends.  I've worked banks, offices, hotels...it teaches you how to remain calm and professional when you have some drunk asshole screaming at you and not being cooperative.  This is all invaluable experience.  Also, you obviously know nothing about the hiring process for police, because the older you are, the better it is.  It's called general life experience.  If you're under 25 and apply, your chances are slim, because you are still too young to handle the pressures of the job.  You don't need to act like you know, because I know, and I'm telling you how it is.

Lastly, you wouldn't guess it, but I am very polite when I work security, because I understand the law, and I understand I have no authority.   Security are the eyes and ears...that's it.  If anything goes down, we call the cops.  In some ways we do have authority though, as many guards that i work with carry handcuffs.  We can arrest someone under 494 of the criminal code, as a citizen if they are caught doing something indictable on the property.  Skateboarding doesn't count.  Don't forget that most of us are unarmed, and that can make the job very dangerous at times.  There are plenty of people who love to take the piss out of you because they hate law enforcement of any kind, and they know security can't do shit, so they take out there hate for cops on you...working at banks late at night is sketchy as fuck, especially with some of the people who come in to use the ATM's late at night.  

Whoever thinks security gets payed as much as cops is a fucking retard.  Security guards make anywhere from minimum wage to 20 bucks an hour, depending on if you are just a patrol guard, or if you're mobile patrol and respond to alarms in a car.  Also, whoever said you don't get benefits from it is a fucking retard as well!  You get full benefits as a full time employee.
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« Reply #76 on: March 28, 2012, 03:48:38 PM »

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