Common Sense Isn’t

In my capacity as a police officer, I see the outcome of some pretty, oh, let’s just say questionable decisions. There was the time I stopped a nanny (with her charges in tow, mind you) at two in the afternoon for entering the off-ramp to the freeway. While she was drunk and doped out of […]

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Millenial Cop VideoCast Interview

It’s amazing how small the world is getting these days. Three weeks ago, I posted about an experiment I would be taking part in. The last few weeks have been incredible as a result. I’ve had the opportunity to meet a number of people from a ton of different backgrounds all over the country. Probably […]

What Do You Mean You’re Selling My Motorcycle?!?

Some of you know this about me and some of you don’t, but I’m a big fan of motorcycles.  I’m a professional motor rider as a police officer, but I’ve been riding for just about 20 years.  I’ve been a passenger for almost 30.  So what follows hits close to home. Imagine this scenario: You […]

Financial decisions, both big and small, need to be made together