513att
513att
5/31/20
2:57 AM
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I’m with you, and it’s the thing I hate most about the law. What we know in our hearts to be true are the very things criminals like Chauvin try to blur. Chauvin is going to try to prove that the danger wasn’t obvious and he may have bullshit expert “law enforcement” testimony on his behalf. Read more

5/31/20
2:25 AM
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I believe that a “depraved mind” analysis typically rests on how a reasonable person would perceive the defendant’s actions. The classic example is shooting a rifle in the direction of a moving train. The shooter could swear up to Heaven that he had no idea a bullet would enter the train’s trajectory and kill a Read more

5/30/20
4:29 PM
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Not MN law expert, but generally you take victims as you find them — a victim’s condition is not relevant. If it’s shown that his actions went beyond normal police procedure, a third-degree murder charge will likely stand. Read more

5/30/20
3:26 PM
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I support the family for seeking an independent autopsy, but I don’t believe the actual cause of death is legally relevant to a MN charge of third-degree murder. Read more

5/29/20
7:34 PM
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The mural decision doesn’t work. When they’re all lined up, only the figure in the first box is visible. Are you supposed to take the figures out and place them in front of their portraits? That’s just overkill.

5/29/20
7:29 PM
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Wow, totally forgot that the Hobbit films were a trilogy.

5/28/20
12:49 AM
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Okay, taking a closer look...and think I’ll pass

5/26/20
7:37 PM
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A gritty, realistic turtle — This must be a teaser for the long-awaited sequel to the Mario movie. But, I don’t see how they can replace Bob Hoskins...

5/23/20
4:23 PM
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The removal of the “Ooh La La” cover actually makes the scene more inappropriate. In the edited scene, we still see Marty thumbing through a magazine with pictures of women, then he suddenly drops it and exclaims “Ohh la la!” Without the cover title giving Marty’s dialog context, it appears that he shouts this phrase Read more

5/22/20
11:38 PM
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All I do is splash a little water on Strawberries and nothing’s ever happened to me! GOsh, my ear sure is itchy though...

5/22/20
10:08 PM
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The movie was pleasantly fanciful in parts, but mostly way off in presentation. It tried to say that Beatles music is timeless, but instead it showed that their music was meaningless. Without the Beatles, not only was there no significant change to pop music, but the main character’s own relationships were unaltered Read more

5/22/20
6:57 PM
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I agree — game was well-executed and fun enough, but I was surprised at its restraint. It took a lot of standard gaming elements and wrapped them into a enjoyable Star Wars package, but I wish a little more ambition went into it — especially in regards to using the Force. Read more

5/19/20
6:23 PM
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I’ve always wondered — was it Planet of the Apes that defined the stereotypes for which we identify primates? The peaceful chimpanzees, warrior gorillas and wise orangutans? I can’t think of other films or media before Planet of the Apes that created such a distinctive, phrenology-like social structure for our

5/18/20
5:48 PM
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I’ve always wondered about the music. The only music every character seems to listen to is classical or jazz — even the aliens, what with Klingon opera and all that. Instruments also seem very limited. Lots of harps and violins, but no guitars. That being said, I like how the Orville plays with this trope — instead of Read more

5/18/20
5:13 PM
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Regarding monotony in open world games, I find that I enjoy repeat activities when I think of them like puzzle games. We don’t mind that Tetris is basically not much more than putting blocks into place. Even if an open world game has only one or two mission types (AS: Odyssey, Mafia III and many others), I still have Read more

5/15/20
8:41 PM
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Instead of focusing on the big brands and studios, I think a digital SDCC should return to its independent roots by concentrating on comic books and retail. They should basically create an online platform where we can buy all the products from the retailers who would have managed booths at SDCC. Things were already Read more

5/13/20
4:55 PM
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The SCOTUS has defined our rights under the 4th amendment through the laughably vague phrase, “reasonable expectation of privacy.” Basically, a warrant is required for searches where one holds a reasonable expectation of privacy. To the court’s credit, the phrase is so open because it’s supposed to change with the Read more

5/13/20
3:25 PM
1

Mr. Johnson, I’m sorry that Disney didn’t let you retcon Star Wars that far behind in the Last Jedi, but at least you were able to turn Luke into a dreadful jerk. So, count your blessings. 

5/13/20
3:09 PM
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Yeah LibTARDS. Make like a tree and get outta here!