I pick and choose my battles. So I find no point in fighting something you won’t win, or the cost isn’t worth the benefit.Hmmmmm interesting you think I would try to escalate things and fight the police well I don’t really give a fuckin shit what you think. You were on about not getting this vaccine etc than op talks about a situation where a cop came and enforced some make believe bs on him and your response was if you see him again just play dumb. From the guy who was so defiant I just thought it was weird that you’d get pushed around in real life like that and your rights stamped on just my observation man. Correct me where I’m wrong @Sorbate
Plus my personality isn’t asshole. I have a lot of friends who work in that line of work and I have listened to them talk about asshats screaming about their rights. Shit they can pretty much profile the people who do that. Like my one buddy says, great I gotta deal with another one of those, I don’t feel like enforcing this stupid rule either, but it’s not in my hands.
And if they become belligerent enough, his partner loves writing tickets.
I don’t think you need to take the vaccine now, you had covid. You had a decent case so likely have enough antibodies/t cells.
Anyhow it’s easier just to allow the officer to leave, then go on with what you were doing.
It would be like me fighting with my inspector about a stupid rule. What’s the point. I just wait till he leaves then do what I want.
There was a time when I’d fight everything. Truthfully all it did was make me angry all the time. Then once I realized you can manipulate within the system and still get your way, actually are farther ahead, that’s when I changed.
As an example I used to get mad at the insurance people about my insurance bill. But now, I talked to them calmly but made sure they knew I was serious, that we needed to do something, I really didn’t want to change, but other rates are better. So unlike other years where nothing happened except the increase., this time the person who was helping me went above and beyond and I actually reduced my insurance 30%.
So I’m not contradicting to my vaccine stance at all. There is still choice in taking it.