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#75 - I actually agree with this though. Your platonic soulmate cou… 05/01/2016 on How dare you know what... -1
#127 - I've always been an RPG fan because of the usually long and ve…  [+] (1 new reply) 04/18/2016 on Anyone else? 0
#163 - merrrione (04/18/2016) [-]
say that about the witcher 3 again
i dare you
i double dare you motherfucker say it again
#90 - You get to drink your body weight in booze and still lose weig…  [+] (1 new reply) 04/18/2016 on 42 +3
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#98 - syntheticdoll (04/18/2016) [-]
You just have to drink so much you puke everything you ate that day.
#39 - His biggest mistake was passing universal healthcare under his…  [+] (3 new replies) 04/17/2016 on Rekt -2
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#57 - thesecretbear (04/17/2016) [-]
It only flopped in approval because many people didn't (and continue) to not understand it.
Many people across the country who are middle class, who couldn't afford health care, are now able to get that help that they needed. THAT is what it was intended to do, and THAT is what it does. If you don't benefit from it, yet qualify for it, it is likely your state stopping it from being implemented.
Also he didn't brand it Obama care iirc. It was how the media referred to it.
#41 - anon (04/17/2016) [-]
That's the thing, the affordable care act didn't flop because it was bad. It flopped because of branding, because republicans made it called 'obamacare'. In kentucky, for example, when they renamed it to something else without telling everyone and introduced it, it was a massive success and saved many lives.
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#7 - I mean yes, there are some females who do this. However they … 01/04/2016 on One punch man cosplay +2
#26 - >blog about eating right and exercising >"**** … 01/04/2016 on Thin Privilege 0
#24 - The whole program is about how although no one looks like a ra…  [+] (8 new replies) 01/04/2016 on "One of those schemes" +21
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#25 - ponieskilledmyacc (01/04/2016) [-]
Stupid questions here. Is intending to have sex with a minor against the law? I mean, can anyone be punished for a crime before commiting it? Shouldn't they wait for the guy to at least try? Also, is the actress really a minor? Because if she is, they are putting her in danger, if she isn't, then he was never against the law(since "she told me she was 18" doesn't hold in court, so "she told YOU she was 13" shouldn't either.)
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#75 - alcantara (01/04/2016) [-]
Conspiracy to commit a crime is often punishable in a court of law; if you have every intention of having sex with an underage person, steer a conversation with an underage person in that direction, gain the underage persons willingness, and take steps to meet up with that underage person - there is plenty of evidence that you intended to commit a crime, you took steps towards commtting that crime, and the most reasonable prevention of that crime was not the defendants will but rather the police or individuals who had set up the trap.

Even if they couldn't get them on conspiracy, normally sexually explicit talk with a minor (obviously we're talking a little more than sex ed) or attempting to entice a minor are punishable offenses.
#67 - justtocomment (01/04/2016) [-]
Mens rea - intent to commit, instead of actual liability for committing a crime. Intent is very much punishable in the United States and exists as a precursor to prevent criminals from committing crimes they have shown a certain willingness to commit.
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#31 - ninesundev (01/04/2016) [-]
Yes it is. Trying to rob a bank is also punishable by law. Trying is punishable.
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#27 - brokentrucker (01/04/2016) [-]
I think in these situations, at the point they've gone to, yes, it is illegal. I'm not 100% on that, but, as stated before, these scenarios don't play out until after the online thing has gone down and they've stated intentions.

I do think I recall one scenario where a guy hadn't actually stated any perverse intentions, so they just let him go?
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#76 - normiefag (01/04/2016) [-]
They usually ask the guy to bring condoms and alcohol, and if he does then it shows intent to have sex and drink with a minor (I'm fairly sure anyways)
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#83 - brokentrucker (01/05/2016) [-]
Now that you mention it, I think that was the reason that guy got off the hook. Because he didn't come with that BS.
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#23 - Top tier anime right there. 01/04/2016 on Times Change +1
#39 - Nah I honestly just hated her. I found myself thinking so oft… 12/14/2015 on Greedy fuck 0

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