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    #1

    bounced you off the force

    "They bounced you off the force or something?". Sound like he's not a cop anymore?

    Can I use "Bounce off" in the sentence " I'd like to bounce some ideas off you."?

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    Re: bounced you off the force

    - both times. In the first case, he was dismissed rather abruptly (and perhaps unfairly).

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