greasespot
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Steven Segal: Lawman

Thu Dec 03, 2009 10:51 pm

Anyone watch it.....What do you think.....

I laughed...While his intentions are great and I think a lot of him for doing it I think this show is showing his Ego most. I'm the best Akihito, I'm the best shot, blah bla blah..

Also seems to be a lot of top heavy riding together. Him, Deputy Cheif, Captain, Colonel, and two sgt's.

You'd think that with out him all the JPSD officers would be incompetent..

I did like where they were in the pursuit and the driver told him to be quiet.

Made everything into a Huge deal. But real police would be boring...Going to 3 911 calls that are just mistakes, Suspicious person calls (neighbor driving a new car) a day old B&E,....etc.

The big question is will I watch it again?...Probably

GS.
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RE: Steven Segal: Lawman

Thu Dec 03, 2009 11:10 pm



Quoting Greasespot (Thread starter):
I did like where they were in the pursuit and the driver told him to be quiet.

I liked how even in high-speed pursuits, he wasn't wearing his seat belt.

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RE: Steven Segal: Lawman

Thu Dec 03, 2009 11:23 pm



Quoting 2H4 (Reply 1):
I liked how even in high-speed pursuits, he wasn't wearing his seat belt.

2H4

Um that is a police secret....I know many who do not wear a Seatbelt and it is quite common. why, They claim that if they have to run it slows them up....OR hinder them if they get into a gun fight.

I always wear a Seatbelt unless I have someone in the back...

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RE: Steven Segal: Lawman

Thu Dec 03, 2009 11:38 pm

I actually kind of liked it. His firearms control and technique was actually pretty good and a lot of what he was trying to teach the younger guys is very real and really does work. Sight picture, the gun as an extention of your body...point and shoot...
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RE: Steven Segal: Lawman

Fri Dec 04, 2009 12:30 am

Train wreck, if this show lasts 3 episodes I will be shocked. Reminds me when David Lee Roth tried to take over Howards show on KROCK
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greasespot
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RE: Steven Segal: Lawman

Fri Dec 04, 2009 1:06 am

I think cause I live it I am sort of jaded...

But I give him all the respect for stepping up and doing it...

It is no more of a wreck than Police women Of Broward County or DEA...Real every day policing would bore most people...And that would suck on TV so they need to "play it up"


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RE: Steven Segal: Lawman

Fri Dec 04, 2009 2:03 am



Quoting Greasespot (Reply 5):
no more of a wreck than Police women Of Broward County

hey that is a damm good show. Its nice to see female officers kicking ass for once
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