Monthly Archives: December 2010

A Cop’s Perspective on Christmas IV: The Christmas Party

Tis’ the season, and people are getting together to celebrate Christmas, which is now a week away. It is the time of year when people: a)      Decorate their homes or offices by plugging in WAY too many Christmas lights and/or; … Continue reading

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A Cop’s Perspective on Christmas III: Icons

Seeing the lights of Christmas going up around the neighbourhood and around my childhood home brought on excitement and anticipation when I was a child. After thirty four years of law enforcement and working the holiday season, seeing the lights … Continue reading

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A Cop’s Perspective of Christmas II: The Unexpected Past

Last night I worked the dispatch channel for the West End, which is the downtown business and entertainment core and one of the busiest districts for police dispatchers to handle.  Many dispatchers avoid working this district as it can be … Continue reading

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Updated Lexicon of Occult Terminology Page

I just added the missing J, K and R files to the Lexicon of Occult Terminology page of my blog.  C.A. Ennis

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It’s Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas… To a Police Dispatcher Like Me, Anyway

 Two weeks to go until 25 December and it’s the start of another police dispatch shift.  And as we get into the shift it is looking like a typical Friday night for this time of year with everyone getting … Continue reading

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Christmas: A Cop’s Perspective

Many people know that I’ve been a cop and that I am a police dispatcher. Those close to me know that I always work Christmas Eve and Christmas.  This isn’t a hardship for me.  Being a Pagan I celebrate Yule, … Continue reading

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