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January 31st, 2015 @ 12:14PM


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    IN RESPONSE TO: A town ravaged by anger: Before and after pictures show extent of damage to buildings in Ferguson

    Of course people are picking one little minor thing and blowing it out of proportion.

    Again, if you all can look at the situation after Michael Brown was shot and say:

    "Yeah, the Police/Authorities handled everything flawlessly."

    That would be a huge problem given the issues in collecting evidence, selecting a prosecutor and even letting Darren Wilson speak directly to the jury. How on Earth would anyone assume Justice would occur? From day one, even an idiot like me knew Wilson wouldn't get indicted.

    I mean, I'm not shocked to see Charkoth utter racist dipshit things, he's the same fucktard that thinks the only people in favor of Gay Marriage are in fact, gay.

    But damn, I love seeing White people making rules on how people are to be 'accepted' in their protesting or whatever. I find it quite rich and idiotic. Yes, White America should make the rules on how people should riot when they feel inequality strengthening its grip - because White America is sooo well versed in the matter.

    Even people making the whole argument that Black Americans don't want other races helping them or whatever. Are you seriously braindead?

    Ferguson has demonstrated how insanely simple and superficial people are with their news. It's almost fascinating if it weren't so incredibly troubling. Do people forget about the 3 black citizens that were essentially murdered by police officers? Oh wait, after Akai that's 4 prominent ones.

    If you are comfortably able to just mention Michael Brown and believe it's exclusively about him, please tell me what medication you are on because I would love some of it.

    Posted: November 28th, 2014 @ 7:05AM
    IN RESPONSE TO: Happy Thanksgiving!

    Giving Thanks, 151 years ago.
    Posted: November 28th, 2014 @ 6:55AM
    IN RESPONSE TO: A town ravaged by anger: Before and after pictures show extent of damage to buildings in Ferguson

    When you're 21x more likely to get killed growing up, and your killers are not any more likely to get caught, then eventually, after someone is murdered by an illegal choke hold on camera, after someone was shot dead in Walmart after a 911 caller lied about details, after a 12-year-old is killed with no hesitation, after someone is shot dead just walking in a stairwell.. well...

    I wouldn't give a shit what a Grand Jury (which followed some unorthodox measures apparently) has to say:

    I'm. Fucking. Angry.

    People who make this all about individual rioters and looters, why even comment? You obviously don't care/haven't followed anything other than the extremely superficial surface.

    It takes very little critical thinking to see why all this unrest is taking place, and frankly I'd be shocked if people decided no changes were needed moving forward.

    You don't even need to talk about the Wilson/Brown altercation, everything after the event was handled so piss-poorly, with so little respect for a dead son's parents, how on Earth could someone with just a sliver of humanity not be pissed off? How are authorities supposed to expect people to look up to them if they can't hold themselves to any reasonable standard?

    I find the whole situation appalling - not the Ferguson reaction - but the inability of people to move beyond some stolen property.

    These morons are rioting over a thug that got justifiably killed. They're all too dumb to read the evidence.

    Glad you're all on the side of the Police and believe everything they say when it's some 'thug' that gets shot dead. If you frankly think that this is all about Michael Brown and has nothing to do with Eric Dorner, or Jordan, or Akai or that 12 year old, or so many others, then I'd suggest you just stop.

    EDITED: 2014-11-27 10:47:24

    Posted: November 27th, 2014 @ 10:39AM
    IN RESPONSE TO: Bill Cosby

    When discussing black leaders or role models and someone says something like ,

    The others I don't know. There has to be one at least...

    I always wonder what qualifies as "playing the race card" to them.

    I imagine it's something like: "how dare a black man in this country talk about their race!"

    Posted: November 25th, 2014 @ 11:37AM
    IN RESPONSE TO: Bill Cosby

    Colin Powell?

    Barack Obama?

    Nelson Mandela?

    Neil Tyson Degrasse?

    Julian Bond?

    John Lewis?

    Doc Rivers?

    Bill Russell?

    George Edward Alcorn, Jr.?

    Jesse Russell?

    ...I could go on and on....

    None of the above are a good role model??

    Posted: November 24th, 2014 @ 1:11PM
    IN RESPONSE TO: Republicans Leave Town Without A Plan To Fight Obama

    Shocked.
    Posted: November 24th, 2014 @ 9:22AM
    IN RESPONSE TO: Obama: Regulate broadband Internet like a utility so it 'works for everyone'

    ...well...

    Glad that's settled, everyone.

    Get Wheeler on the phone, let's get it done!

    Posted: November 13th, 2014 @ 4:02PM
    IN RESPONSE TO: Election: Republicans PJWNED Them

    4 years ago we became a two fridge family. Best decision evar. When our old fridge died we moved our stuff to our utility room fridge. So, have room for a second fridge?

    Surprisingly more on topic than RRP.

    Posted: November 6th, 2014 @ 3:27PM
    IN RESPONSE TO: Election: Republicans PJWNED Them

    It's a bummer to lose to the Party of No, but in the end the Democrats were running were a sorry bunch of losers that thought they'd have the election gifted to them since they have a "D" next to their name.

    Pretty pathetic.

    Then you had such ridiculously low young voter turnout - damn lazy kids!

    Either way, I'm looking forward to 2 more years of Congressional stagnation then we hit another Election shitstorm!

    Posted: November 5th, 2014 @ 2:47PM
    IN RESPONSE TO: Pintrest?

    Pinterest is pretty neat - but I thought it would be more centered around photography than it is (seems more and more to be geared towards products).

    Seems like people nowadays use it to create purty wish lists.

    Posted: October 30th, 2014 @ 3:16PM
    IN RESPONSE TO: Jane Lynch I'm Officially Divorced And it Cost Me a Fortune!

    The problem is that when you look at marriage from a government perspective and take the love and religious components out, it is essentially a HORRIBLE business agreement.

    Seems kinda odd to take out probably the two most influential motivators of Marriage. Yes, it may seem like a bad business agreement, but getting Married doesn't mean going into business with someone else at all.

    Posted: October 29th, 2014 @ 3:08PM
    IN RESPONSE TO: Miner discovers massive Butte Nugget (youtube.com)

    Butte nugget.

    giggle

    Posted: October 24th, 2014 @ 10:46AM
    IN RESPONSE TO: Wednesday Random News

    Who would think the first black president would fuck up the country in these ways, floods of illegals.

    I'd love to know these ways and how they would be relevant to a first black President.

    Posted: October 23rd, 2014 @ 12:45PM
    IN RESPONSE TO: Monday Random News

    english is the only official language of the united states if i'm not mistaken. if i moved to saudi arabia i wouldn't expect everyone to do everything in english for me because i'm not willing to learn the language.

    Why approach it as black & white? Do we not put warnings in other languages? I'm filling out rental applications that are offered in a variety of languages. Obviously if you want to have some control of your future you need to learn the language, but just because I'm not fluent shouldn't detract from my ability at citizenship.

    your next point about minors/young adults who were born in america and are fine with english but their parents are not seems to be a case where the children should take responsibility to make sure their parents know whats up with regards to paperwork.

    I'm not sure if it's even legal for a minor to do something of that sort - or if I'd want that in the first place.

    i doubt a better website would help someone who's probably never used a computer before, or has very limited use of a computer.

    That's a pretty good point, however computers and access is more prevalent than before, having a central repo of information is pretty useful.

    people aren't filling out paperwork and going through the process now becasue it's too hard, they're just skipping it all together because it's too easy to get around and be in america illegally.

    Fair enough, I don't have evidence necessarily contrary to that and I don't just want a huge influx, however making it more difficult to be undocumented while making the paperwork step more streamlined if need be I think would be a fair compromise.

    Posted: October 23rd, 2014 @ 12:35PM
    IN RESPONSE TO: Attack in Canada

    I find it odd that on the same day this happens, a guy happens to jump over the White House fence.. is it just coincidence?

    Really? Why would you find it odd?

    Posted: October 23rd, 2014 @ 12:29PM
    IN RESPONSE TO: Monday Random News

    i don't think laws should be made simpler for non english speaking people, i think non english speaking people should learn english if they choose to come to america or, where i'm from, canada. hell canada even has TWO languages they can pick from

    There are plenty that are learning English but are still required to complete these steps, I don't believe that knowing significant English should be a mandatory requirement to relocate to the United States.

    I'm also talking about situations where minors/young adults that were born here are fine with English but their parents are not. Yes, I would want as many people as possible to know English, but if it comes at a cost of job/family then I'm not one to judge someone who can not speak/understand as well.

    if you make it easier for spanish speakers then what about the chinese? do you hire a hundred or so lawyers that speak english and any given second language to help people from anywhere? and then have those 100 or so people placed at immigration centres all over america? getting pretty expensive

    I would approach it depending on the distribution of the populations in those areas. I'd also think an investment in a more comprehensive website would alleviate a lot of issues.

    if you're born on american soil you're an american, if not, you're not. yeah it's not always the best solution but most of the time it is. laws have to be black and white.

    I never said they should have gray areas, but simply I'd like to see that particular issue addressed instead of ignored when immigration is discussed. I'd like to increase the likelihood that an undocumented immigrant begins the process, not necessarily decrease the restrictions.

    It can be an intimidating process, and in a way it should remain as such given the gravity of the potential results. However, I find it serves as a deterrent when in reality it really shouldn't.

    Posted: October 21st, 2014 @ 1:23PM
    IN RESPONSE TO: Monday Random News

    I'd like a significantly more streamlined process for citizenship as well as renewals for those that are documented. That's really it. Oh, and open-to-the-public confirmation ceremonies. It was one of my Grandma's proudest moments, it makes no sense to keep it private.

    I don't see it as adding new laws, but taking some rather broken ones and making them simpler for non-English speakers or those that don't have family in the States already.

    Then there are circumstances where someone who came with their parents at 2-years-old and gets deported at 18 or 19 or whenever, I personally look at it as abandonment. Not entirely sure what exactly could be changed (other than a simplified process), but I personally view it as counter what I grew up understanding about America.

    It'd also be pretty awesome to reduce some crazy Visa restrictions somehow (don't really enjoy having to be nervous that family may not get visas to come visit for Christmas, for example - but Poland has its own issues), but that's based off of personal experience so I got my biases there.

    Posted: October 20th, 2014 @ 6:23PM
    IN RESPONSE TO: Monday Random News

    here's the thing, if you amnesty the 10 million people already in america you are basically saying 'ok, you 10 million criminals are cool now, but no one else!' meanwhile the reasons that america has got 10 million illegal immigrants haven't been addressed.

    That's a great point and also why I'm so confused at the insistence of making this a black and white issue.

    Whether you deport/amnesty it, we're going to have the same problem in 10-20 years. Personally, I don't see how deporting them is at all feasible (and not enormously expensive) compared to amenstying.

    I'd love to see some immigration reform, the fuck is the opposition's problem to it? It's a responsible thing to approach and update.

    Posted: October 20th, 2014 @ 5:34PM
    IN RESPONSE TO: Monday Random News

    Frankly, if it has to come down to black or white (it doesn't have to, but for whatever reason the opposition is making it that way) - I'm for amnesty for all.

    Can't imagine the mental weight that's lifted after receiving a brand spanking new green card or work permit. You can continue living your life.

    Posted: October 20th, 2014 @ 12:00PM
    IN RESPONSE TO: Ebola

    I'm talking about what's going on in Western Africa right now. None of what the virus is doing right now is surprising anyone (outside of the emotionally-unstable), not sure how people didn't anticipate this eventually happening.

    I'm glad that I guess we as a Nation are moving forward with aid and resources at least.

    We're ridiculously prepped in the US, and even with surprises we're way more capable at adjusting.

    Posted: October 16th, 2014 @ 2:05PM



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