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Two Faced - Mom Thanks Email - Rodger Funk

Two Faced - Mom Thanks Email - Rodger Funk

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Published by PRMurphy
On the topic of rumors, gossip, conjecture, knifing in the back, two-faced double-tongued liars, etc..........

Enter Rodger Funk.

Now Rodger and I worked different shifts generally. Mainly because of that, I had very little contact with Rodger. I seldom ever spoke with Rodger. We weren't pals. We didn't go out for coffee together. We didn't hang out.

In the time leading up to the email, the last contact I had with him was probably over a year beforehand. It's not that it's positive, or negative. It's just not at all. We were co-workers who would occasionally hear each other over the radio, or pass by each other at the station. That's it, or so I thought.

This email was the only contact I had with Rodger before the SECTOR class where he writes a terribly slanted and unprofessional memo based on rumor and gossip about me that starts my final internal, which followed about 5 months later.

About what he's referring to here. I had been out on patrol in Sam 2 area (northeast county) and typically would fuel up in Everson, as I did on the day he's referring to here.

While I'm fueling up, I notice an older woman seated on a curb next to the Pac Pride building about 25-30' feet away from the pumps. She's crying and obviously distraught about something so after filling up the car I walked over to check on her to see if she was injured, needed medical attention, to make a phone call, a courtesy transport or whatever.

Turns out that she was out for a walk and that she had gotten some bad news that day and was upset about gradually losing her eyesight, as she learned from the diagnosis.

The contact was brief. Maybe 5 minutes tops. She didn't want anyone to come get her. She didn't want me to call anyone for her. She declined a courtesy transport home and said she lived very near, 1/4 mile or so from the filling station as I recall. She made it clear she didn't want or need any help so I advised dispatch that I was clear of the contact and drove away.

Anyway, I didn't know she was Rodger's mother, not that the fact would have made any difference at all, because it wouldn't have. I didn't ask her anything political, her party affiliation or who she voted for because that's not the place for it and it's irrelevant to the observation at hand. I just didn't go there on duty.

So it's great that Rodger later thanked me via email for being nice to his mom, but I didn't know it was his mom and that wouldn't have made a difference anyway. Although good feedback to get, it makes his SECTOR memo even more bizarre and obviously pretextual towards some other purpose though.

Did I mention that Rodger is a big Elfo supporter and was on the sergeants promotion list at the time of the SECTOR class? Not sure about now or what came of that, but he was then. I'm sure that's irrelevant though.
On the topic of rumors, gossip, conjecture, knifing in the back, two-faced double-tongued liars, etc..........

Enter Rodger Funk.

Now Rodger and I worked different shifts generally. Mainly because of that, I had very little contact with Rodger. I seldom ever spoke with Rodger. We weren't pals. We didn't go out for coffee together. We didn't hang out.

In the time leading up to the email, the last contact I had with him was probably over a year beforehand. It's not that it's positive, or negative. It's just not at all. We were co-workers who would occasionally hear each other over the radio, or pass by each other at the station. That's it, or so I thought.

This email was the only contact I had with Rodger before the SECTOR class where he writes a terribly slanted and unprofessional memo based on rumor and gossip about me that starts my final internal, which followed about 5 months later.

About what he's referring to here. I had been out on patrol in Sam 2 area (northeast county) and typically would fuel up in Everson, as I did on the day he's referring to here.

While I'm fueling up, I notice an older woman seated on a curb next to the Pac Pride building about 25-30' feet away from the pumps. She's crying and obviously distraught about something so after filling up the car I walked over to check on her to see if she was injured, needed medical attention, to make a phone call, a courtesy transport or whatever.

Turns out that she was out for a walk and that she had gotten some bad news that day and was upset about gradually losing her eyesight, as she learned from the diagnosis.

The contact was brief. Maybe 5 minutes tops. She didn't want anyone to come get her. She didn't want me to call anyone for her. She declined a courtesy transport home and said she lived very near, 1/4 mile or so from the filling station as I recall. She made it clear she didn't want or need any help so I advised dispatch that I was clear of the contact and drove away.

Anyway, I didn't know she was Rodger's mother, not that the fact would have made any difference at all, because it wouldn't have. I didn't ask her anything political, her party affiliation or who she voted for because that's not the place for it and it's irrelevant to the observation at hand. I just didn't go there on duty.

So it's great that Rodger later thanked me via email for being nice to his mom, but I didn't know it was his mom and that wouldn't have made a difference anyway. Although good feedback to get, it makes his SECTOR memo even more bizarre and obviously pretextual towards some other purpose though.

Did I mention that Rodger is a big Elfo supporter and was on the sergeants promotion list at the time of the SECTOR class? Not sure about now or what came of that, but he was then. I'm sure that's irrelevant though.

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Published by: PRMurphy on Apr 27, 2014
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