justsomerandoontheinternet
Justsomerandoontheinternet
justsomerandoontheinternet
Jan 25
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I thought the cops handled this particular situation remarkably well. They are obligated to follow up on witness information and readily admitted to the guy they didn’t even believe it was him, but were compelled to do their due diligence. In regards to race questions, yes I’ll give you that most assume either black Read more

Jan 24
11

I highly recommend watching “audit the audit” on youtube. These videos are highly informative and shows how wrong, and in some cases right, police operate within their legal scope. All of them show a similar depth of what’s going on and the context of the situation with legal insight, as well as evaluating the

Jan 24
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This video does a great job breaking down what the cops are allowed to do, and where they went wrong, as well as evaluating how well all parties involved handled the situation. I highly recommend watching it as it’s very informative. This video is of the very in incident in the article.

Jan 11
5

Unfortunately that’s unlawful search and seizure, unless they willingly turn that evidence over. That being said, they’ve certainly demonstrated their inability to recognize this fact when investigating other groups, but I think they’ll claim that to defend their own in this situation.

Jan 10
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I did misspell it, should be Kristallnacht: night of broken glass. It was a night of a pogrom, German SA troops and civilians went about killing a ton of jews in Germany and vandalizing their establishments, in 1938. The police and other citizens pretty much stood back letting it happen, if not participating.

Jan 8
4

Unfortunately, I believe that would have gotten her shot, had she pulled a gun.  Guns just make the situation worse by escalating things.  I'm pretty sure a cop would have targeted her as soon as she brandished the firearm.

Jan 7
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Maybe he felt his integrity was more important than fame and fortune.  My impression was he wanted out, so he took his shots while walking out through the door.  The people that are established have a lot more to lose than he did, so of course they'll clam up.  Obviously he felt strongly about how he was treated, Read more

Jan 4
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There were a lot of good things in WW84, and quite a few bad choices. I am very curious how much is actually Patty Jenkins’ fault versus studio choices made that she couldn’t override. The biggest issue I have in determining this is she just doesn’t have a large enough filmography to really get a sense of what her Read more

Jan 4
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It's just taking longer because of the migration to Hulu for production.  Even without the pandemic, they said it would be off air for a year.  Be patient.

Jan 1
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A drowning man will take their savior down with them. He’s distraught about losing Hugh a second time now that they’ve reconciled. The show has also been building up that relationship between him and Adira over multiple episodes. The way he was beaming at their abilities and breakthroughs, putting his jacket on them Read more

Jan 1
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Made sense to me, the drones can seal themselves off from the ship’s computer core to hide away the sphere data, but also allow the sphere data to continue to protect the ship and crew. Read more

Dec 31
28

Good for Detwiler not backing up this monster's story.  We need a lot more of that.  Clearly this former cop was a menace, he should be in jail from the sound of it, and put on trial, but he probably gets immunity for being on duty when it happened...which is insane.

Dec 30
9

We didn’t have true dominance till after WWI. We’re barely over 100 years into world dominance, and it really didn’t happen till after WWII, having that superpower capability. It was mostly due to our industrial mobilization during the war, and not having to rebuild our country after the war ended.  Before then we Read more