Friday, July 3, 2015

The Student Sayings Of Joe Friday On Fridays From Los Angeles, California Case One-Hundred & Two

Rory J. Koopmans, B. Admin., #6, 14504-108 Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta T5N 1G8

July IIIrd, MMXV

Hon. Dave Eggen, B. Ed., MLA, Minister of Education, New Democratic, Edmonton-Calder

Dear Dave:

An Editor's Note: Wouldn't it be a great joint tribute if Brent Rathgeber, QC, MP, Independent, Edmonton-St. Albert ageed to amend his bill to call it the Wynn/Woodall Law instead of the Dave Wynne Law? In this way, both officers would be honoured & I'm quite sure that the widows Wynn & Woodall would be quite proud to have their late husbands monikers jointly in this important legislation that Brent drafted.

Today in a bid at humour & due to America's birth as a republic tomorrow, Executive Dissertations asks our Dan Aykroyd portrayed Sergeant Joe Friday of the Los Angeles Police Department to refresh his new partner Pep Streebeck played by Double Academy Award (TM) Winner Tom Hanks & a group of young police cadets in training on the proper dress code while on duty in his department of Robbery-Homicide.

"I don't care what undercover rock you crawled out from, there's a dress code for detectives in Robbery-Homicide. Section 3-605. 10. 20. 22. 24. 26. 50. 70. 80. It specifies; clean shirt, short hair, tie, pressed trousers, sports jacket or suit, & leather shoes, preferably with a high shine on them."

Can U Say Just A Bit Of A Stickler Joe?,


Source: "Dragnet", C. MCMLXXXVII (1987), Universal Pictures Incorporated (TM) & National Broadcasting Company & "Saturday Night Live" & Www.Oscar.Com

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