Sunday, August 17, 2014

Law Enforcement Runs On Dunkin



Law Enforcement Runs On Dunkin
by Amasing

The slogan “America runs on Dunkin” helped revitalize the doughnut chain and helped increase sale.  They generate around $6.9 billions in sales annually.  Some of these sales could be contributed by law enforcement officials.  Doughnuts also seem to be synonymous with cops.


According to recent study, the FBI says 80 percent of America's police are overweight.  Now that might not be due to doughnuts but it does feed (no pun intended) into the doughnut joke about cops.  An officer is more likely to die from weight-related disease than an encounter with criminals.


Eight out of every 10 police officers in the United States are overweight and researchers say they are 25 times more likely to die as a result of weight-related health problems than from an encounter with a criminal, according to the Federal Bureau of Investigation.


Like that popular show “Cops,” all I can hear in my head are the lyrics: “Bad boys, bad boys whatcha gonna do?  Whatcha gonna do when they come for you?”


That show was so successful that there was a spinoff to it called “Reno 911.”




Unfortunately, this author has seen his share of the police and has been behind bars as well.  Remember, like the “Cops” show, “All suspects are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.”

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