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Re: perception of privilege Dr. Bob

Posted by muffled on June 21, 2007, at 22:26:25

In reply to Re: perception of privilege, posted by Dr. Bob on June 21, 2007, at 21:27:52

> > I think there seems to be some perception of priveledge or something of deputies? I've noticed a time or two.
> And with the perception of privilege there may be feelings of envy?
> Bob

**ROFL !! Bob you ask some odd questions, but i'm getting used to them. Nothing bad seems to have happened as a result of them. I hope.
Also I have no idea whether or not this statement I said is even true, its pure speculation on my part.(hence the '*I* THINK, and the question mark at the end).
For me there is no envy. I just wish deputies the best and admire that they do this job. Cuz to me there's more loss than gain as far as I can see.
I think maybe for some there is the perception *perhaps* of having more power?
Sort of like how people perceive cops. There's a variety of opinions. Some think cops are SO wonderful. Some hate them, justified or not(cuz cops got the power). Some just see them as people doing a hard job. And they just like anybody else. They got their strengths and their weaknessess. I could go on and on...
Thats my thots.




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