Max Amini Takes on CHP Christmas Party

Max Amini Takes on CHP Christmas Party

Max Amini was born in Tucson Arizona, to Iranian parents who immigrated to Arizona. He was raised on the West Coast and graduated from UCLA’s school of Theater, Film and Television in 2004. As an actor, Max has numerous film and television credits including NBC’s Heroes, regular appearances on Comedy Central’s Mind of Mencia, and a leading role in the film “How Beer Pong Saved my Life”.

Max Amini Takes on CHP Christmas Party

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Author: Felix A. Montelara: The Potencial Millionaire Media


Policemen & The Rest of The Story

What Are Policemen Made Of?

By Paul Harvey

Don’t credit me with the mongrel prose: it has many parents-at least 420,000 of them: Policemen.

A Policeman is a composite of what all men are, mingling of a saint and sinner, dust and deity.

Gulled statistics wave the fan over the stinkers, underscore instances of dishonesty and brutality because they are “new”. What they really mean is that they are exceptional, unusual, not commonplace.

Buried under the frost is the fact: Less than one-half of one percent of policemen misfit the uniform. That’s a better average than you’d find among clergy!

What is a policeman made of? He, of all men, is once the most needed and the most unwanted. He’s a strangely nameless creature who is “sir” to his face and “fuzz” to his back

He must be such a diplomat that he can settle differences between individuals so that each will think he won.

But…If the policeman is neat, he’s conceited; if he’s careless, he’s a bum. If he’s pleasant, he’s flirting;if not, he’s a grouch.

He must make an instant decision which would require months for a lawyer to make.

But…If he hurries, he’s careless; if he’s deliberate, he’s lazy. He must be first to an accident and infallible with his diagnosis. He must be able to start breathing, stop bleeding, tie splints and, above all, be sure the victim goes home without a limp. Or expect to be sued.

The police officer must know every gun, draw on the run, and hit where it doesn’t hurt.He must be able to whip two men twice his size and half his age without damaging his uniform and without being “brutal”. If you hit him, he’s a coward. If he hits you, he’s a bully.

cropped-lra-logo-blue.jpgA policeman must know everything-and not tell. He must know where all the sin is and not partake.

A policeman must, from a single strand of hair, be able to describe the crime, the weapon and the criminal- and tell you where the criminal is hiding.

But…If he catches the criminal, he’s lucky; if he doesn’t, he’s a dunce. If he gets promoted, he has political pull; if he doesn’t, he’s a dullard. The policeman must chase a bum lead to a dead-end, stake out ten nights to tag one witness who saw it happen-but refused to remember.

The policeman must be a minister, a social worker, a diplomat, a tough guy and a gentleman.

And, of course, he’d have to be genius….For he will have to feed a family on a policeman’s salary.

What is a policeman? And Now The Rest of The Story



The paradox of choice

By: Psychologist Barry Schwartz

Barry Schwartz takes aim at a central tenet of western societies: freedom of choice. In Schwartz’s estimation, choice has made us not freer but more paralyzed, not happier but more dissatisfied.

I would like for you to consider if having more choices in your life makes it easier for you. Especially with money decisions. Today we are asked to make decisions on financial issues, cropped-lra-logo-blue.jpgbut we have limited skills in this area- if any. We are asked to choose where we are going to place our hard earn money: in a 401k, 457 , TSP or 403b retirement system. What mutual fund is best for us is left up to us to decide. Most of us LEOs do not have the background or knowledge to make an educated decision and later we fail to reach our financial goals. Were we set up for failure as LEOs, or have we gotten to the point where no one wants to make a decision? Well folks, listen to Dr. Schwartz, share with other LEO/Military and let me know what you think.

Commentary by: Felix A. Montelara
Author: Potencial Millonario


Meet Coach Jason- Law Enforcement Officer

Meet Coach Jason Law Enforcement Officer and watch his interview with Brian Cain from Officer Dad. If you are wondering if you can get out of debt watch the second video in this post.  I hope you learn that it is possible to be a law enforcement office (LEO) and not have debt.


Coach Jason was buried in debt.  Then one day, his wife introduced him to Dave Ram­sey.  lra logo  blueDave taught him how to prop­erly han­dle money and helped us cre­ate a plan to dig out of debt and start to build wealth.

In two 28 months, Jason and his wife paid off $77,232.88. On a sin­gle income as Law Enforcement Officer (LEO).  No inheritances and no lotto winnings they just had plan.

Source: Brian Cain Officer Dad

Are you ready? Have you had enough? Do you want to stop liv­ing pay­check to pay­check? Are you tired of won­der­ing where your money went? Ready to start telling it what to do? Checkout this video.

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I hope this motivates you to get out of debt.

Felix A. Montelara

LEO, Author, Radio Host, Podcaster, & Blogger