Slightly off-topic but this one got me a bit worked up.
The St. Louis Police Officers Association has got hurt feelings. After a Ferguson police officer killed a member of the local community, it seems like the local police are upset because some local NFL players made it publicly known that maybe police shouldn't shoot people.
It's becoming obvious (although maybe not to the racists that I've started blocking on Twitter) that police deaths in the United States are a major problem. In a country where many police forces use the motto "To Protect and to Serve", they seem to be failing in their duty of protecting and serving the people.
Interestingly, it seems that there are actually two police organisations in St Louis. There are the tone-deaf people at the St. Louis Police Officers Association, and you'll never believe what the other organisation is called: the Ethical Society of Police, who might even actually have some ethics.