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  1. couple days ago I asked the bank teller after getting $800 from the ATM machine without counting it properly whether they ever make mistakes. I think she said not often, but that it wasn't unheard of. Today I went to the ATM to get $20 and right after I made my selection I saw a $20 bill in the receptacle. That's odd, I thought, since I didn't hear the money being dispensed. The machine then returned my card and dispensed my $20, so I walked away with $40. Have you ever found money at an ATM?

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    2. Bucket

      Bucket

      And also why you never hear of cops doing the same.

    3. alexz721

      alexz721

      The majority of cops don't. It's the minority of dicks that give the rest a bad name.

    4. Maes

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      Use3D said:

      Lol, it's funny you mention that, I happen to work with a failed cop who moonlights as a bouncer and yeah, he's a total dick. Also, how stupid do you have to be to blow it at being a cop?


      For a complete answer, take a peek at this article:

      The persecuted warrior class, especially under the "The False Warrior" and "The Freak".

      It makes for a fun (although underneath it's actually a bit disturbing) read. From personal experience I'd say that whoever wants to be part of the modern recognized warrior caste (this narrows it down to the military and law enforcement, as these carry real, authorized lawful power) has a certain attitude about him to begin with (unless he views them just as financially secure public employment, which is another case).

      Those who actually achieve such a status are another matter, but those who fail at it for one reason or another develop a sort of personal "code of honor" and "sense of respect" that take very little to cross and "offending their honor" may occur for little or no reason, which they'll be more than happy to express and "remedy" for.

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