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ICT / Re: Protect the vip.
« on: Today at 06:51:56 PM »
 >:( >:( >:(

You didn't put much thought into this did you?

What's the pay?
Who are they protecting?
Who are they protecting them from?
How long is the job?
Why do they need protection?

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General Chat / Re: The Infinite Thread of Evil Police
« on: Today at 03:24:04 PM »
This definitely belongs in this thread check this bullshit out. More than just a few bad apples.

https://www.usatoday.com/in-depth/news/investigations/2019/04/24/usa-today-revealing-misconduct-records-police-cops/3223984002/?fbclid=IwAR3iQEY6FpS-VZ28-CaMEsBTG_yVIv26KZfJGCloEqIi8xqVy-FgOrG05ZE

At least 85,000 law enforcement officers across the USA have been investigated or disciplined for misconduct over the past decade, an investigation by USA TODAY Network found.

Officers have beaten members of the public, planted evidence and used their badges to harass women. They have lied, stolen, dealt drugs, driven drunk and abused their spouses.

Despite their role as public servants, the men and women who swear an oath to keep communities safe can generally avoid public scrutiny for their misdeeds.

The records of their misconduct are filed away, rarely seen by anyone outside their departments. Police unions and their political allies have worked to put special protections in place ensuring some records are shielded from public view, or even destroyed.

Among the findings:

Most misconduct involves routine infractions, but the records reveal tens of thousands of cases of serious misconduct and abuse. They include 22,924 investigations of officers using excessive force, 3,145 allegations of rape, child molestation and other sexual misconduct and 2,307 cases of domestic violence by officers.Dishonesty is a frequent problem. The records document at least 2,227 instances of perjury, tampering with evidence or witnesses or falsifying reports. There were 418 reports of officers obstructing investigations, most often when they or someone they knew were targets.Less than 10% of officers in most police forces get investigated for misconduct. Yet some officers are consistently under investigation. Nearly 2,500 have been investigated on 10 or more charges. Twenty faced 100 or more allegations yet kept their badge for years.

The level of oversight varies widely from state to state. Georgia and Florida decertified thousands of police officers for everything from crimes to questions about their fitness to serve; other states banned almost none.

More in the article. 

The database link.

https://www.usatoday.com/in-depth/news/investigations/2019/04/24/biggest-collection-police-accountability-records-ever-assembled/2299127002/

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ICT / Re: Ghost Rider/Carnage/Drax VS Nimrod
« on: April 24, 2019, 11:13:31 PM »
Current.


Hmm!  Gr's got this.  Demons tend to be those types of things that can flow along timelines.  Drax is still kind of stupid despite having an undamaged brain.  He did kill Thanos during Annihilation.  Carnage gets wrecked against a fast processing time traveling killer that soloed Juggs. M

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ICT / Re: movie Fantastic Four vs mcu Hulk
« on: April 23, 2019, 09:54:47 PM »
Hulk.

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ICT / Re: Thing and Namor vs Wonder Woman
« on: April 22, 2019, 03:33:58 PM »
Namor! 

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Debate / Re: Trump hotels exempt from the emoluments clause
« on: April 22, 2019, 02:42:16 AM »

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Sports Talk / Re: Why is Soccer so popular?
« on: April 21, 2019, 10:04:03 PM »
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Let the Eurotrash have their backwards sports, it’s all the poor bastards have

BWAHAHHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHHA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Co-signed on the easiest sport to access. You need a ball, sometimes not even that (rolled up socks and kicked them),

Second - it's the most globalized sport around. Every nation has national leagues, that play with continental leagues that prepare for the world cup and every...single...team has massive followings, sold-out stadiums, and merchandise

Third - It favors the poor - Speed, agility, running

Basketball requires being immensely tall and powerful (explosive)l to get in the pro leagues

Leave basketball out of this. As for taller players  In a game of street ball or just your average pick up game.   That changed big time.   If you have a versatile game you can easily shutdown taller players.   And being someone who ran track & played football.   I could take hits from bigger players without being knocked down & jumping improved due to track. Definitely,  improved my vertical.  And having a speed factor helped with steals & other aspects of the game.   You really do need excellent awareness of the court & where your other players are to compete.   

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General Chat / Re: I drink bleach for the Lord!
« on: April 21, 2019, 05:26:20 PM »
😂😂😂

Oh let Darwin did his work!

The irony.

Oh the irony! Of attempting to compare a typo to religious followers paying to drink a poisonous substance.  Perfect comparison! 


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ICT / Re: Bane vs Absorbing Man
« on: April 21, 2019, 03:33:04 PM »
😂😂😂

Bane is getting wrecked!   

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Debate / Re: Will Trump go down as the worst president ever?
« on: April 21, 2019, 12:33:09 AM »
The CIA is a proven terrorist organization. Why anyone who believe anything they say t fave value is what should be questioned.

The fake patriot slavish devotion to known criminal organizations because Trump is an asshole is extremely laughable.

Factoring in Trump's racist rhetoric are you siding with Trump over the Fbi.  And there's actually a lot of Trump's racist rhetoric along with him & housing discrimination.   And I'm aware of the Fbi's history & it being used as a tool against black leaders during the civil rights movement.   They're not the same.

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ICT / Re: Doomsday VS Sinestro/Hal Jordan
« on: April 21, 2019, 12:29:18 AM »
Doomsday. 

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Debate / Re: Will Trump go down as the worst president ever?
« on: April 20, 2019, 08:48:38 PM »
I should clarify that I haven't read the report, I don't have the time. Or the inclination, if I'm being honest, or the ability to understand the legalese. But I value the opinion of the people who post here.

I.e. Is Trump tweeting his displeasure about being investigated being considered obstruction of justice? As a layman, I find that very underwhelming, even if it meets the legal requirement of obstruction, particularly if he wasn't given a formal warning by a judge (not sure what judge that would be.) On the other hand, if Trump straight-up had Mueller fired, I can understand how that would be obstruction.

I've posted the link to the investigation for download.   

And Trump's publicly attacked the integrity of the Fbi & questioned our own security in regards to to Russia believing Russia over or own security.  And he is known for not reading security reports & the like or being a part of the security briefings.   He's also prevented a building to be sold across from his own building as the president so as to prevent developers from getting ahold of it.  He's done a lot that has benefited Russia vs America.  Like ignoring sanctions against Russia.   He's had dealings with Russia he's positioned & worked to put people in place that are loyal to him vs the constitution or the country.   

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General Chat / Re: I drink bleach for the Lord!
« on: April 20, 2019, 08:37:39 PM »
😂😂😂

Oh let Darwin do his work!

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Sports Talk / Re: Seems Bret Hart got tackled at WWE hall of fame.
« on: April 19, 2019, 09:51:06 PM »
Got it.

Check out @incarceratedbob’s Tweet:*https://twitter.com/incarceratedbob/...208342528?s=09


https://twitter.com/WWEGP/status/111...673362945?s=19


Check out @dRAIL2k3’s Tweet:*https://twitter.com/dRAIL2k3/status/...377093120?s=09

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