I already wrote about police doggos and if they could smell pills or not, but I recently found a note in my phone from Oct 4th, written in a Xanax haze after boarding an Amtrak train that goes:
“Did I make this up or did the police dog make a whimper noise when I walked by him to get on the train and the guy checking tickets said ‘wait’ before I went down the escalator and looked at something to the left and said ‘Ok now you can go’ like did the beeper say ‘Drugs not bombs’ or something?”
… First, “Drugs not bombs” would be a pretty good campaign slogan in the future for Bernie Sanders’ great-grandson but I’m pretty sure that was my mind’s way of ripping off that saying: “Drop acid not bombs” and that doesn’t really apply here.
Second, I DO remember hearing the police dog make a noise, and the guy who had already checked my ticket definitely looked at something for confirmation to let me go – and may have also looked at the cop holding the doggo but I don’t know because I was too scared to make eye contact…
Mostly I’m wondering if every time that the cops have made the decision NOT to stop me after a K9 agent rudely announced my smell (of weed or my pills/powder du jour) — this was because I smelled like drugs and not Anthrax? Whatever it is, I’m not complaining, I’m just hoping that the drug dogs we are all so afraid of (and I see everywhere) are usually just bomb dogs.
They were all over Penn Station, but I’d much rather see a German Shepard than this:
Which is just unnecessary. And, although being arrested next to a dog that might be ordered to attack you would be scary, by far THE funniest way to get arrested would be by horse cop, which led to me finding this beautiful image: