Guest wrote: I take care of people for a living, and I have a very respectable career, and I must say I am humiliated to live in Boynton Beach after finding this gem of a website online.
Well if you ask me, "taking care of people" isn't that respectable. It's the oldest profession perhaps, but not respectable. I don't know why you are so offended by this site when you advertise your services on "Backpage" but hey, to each their own. Since we are on the topic, I'll be in duty tonight and we can meet in a dark parking lot after the calls die down and the blacks all go to bed. You ever take care of someone in the back of a patrol car? How much do you charge and do you like playing with handcuffs?
I am not surprised at all, that my character is attacked, and you refer to me as an escort or prostitute. Unfortunately, I know those are the people you have to deal with on a regular basis. If you chose to not be ignorant, you would realize there are many other professions that "help" people (legally) including doctors, surgeons, nurses, PAs, NPs, x-ray techs, chiropractors and lab techs, just to name a few. I am 100% sure that you (or someone in your family- your parents, wife/girlfriend, boyfriend, children?) have at some point had to go to a doctor's office, urgent care or a hospital. Did those people not take care of you or your family member? It is unfortunate that the very first thing that comes to your mind is a prostitute, and you even have the ignorance to suggest meeting in the back of your patrol car, while you are on duty. I really don't need to say anything else--- Your words are a very clear depiction of what is psychologically wrong with many officers (Notice I did say ALL). You did not agree with what I wrote, because I chose to stand up against bullying and attacks on other people's character, so you attack me personally. The difference between you and I...... when you come into the emergency room and you need help because God forbid something happened to you or your family? I don't choose whether or not to treat you, based on your race, ethnicity, gender, income, sexual preference, or what type of person you are. I don't assume that "all cops are dirty." I save your life. Or the life of your family member. And I certainly do not attack your choice to become a police officer. I actually admire all of you for what you do, putting your life on the line for the safety and well-being of others. It is a shame that you do not seem to respect your OWN badge, as much as I respect yours, as well as all the badges of your BBPD colleagues. I hope that one day you meet someone that changes the way you view other people, and that you can find peace. Be safe.
Also, thank you for offering the arrangement of the backseat of your patrol car, however, I believe that is illegal. Not to mention a fireable offense while you are on duty. It will most likely cause you a visit to a doctor's office, urgent care or hospital where the people you don't respect would have to take care of you for an STI or start medical management for HIV/AIDS. I would not advise such behavior.