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Date Signed Up:6/28/2011
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#113 - Defense attorneys hate him! 05/29/2015 on They deceived me 0
#155 - I'm referring to the content and asking him about it... The co… 05/28/2015 on Things NOT to do if arrested -1
#63 - So in the USA I can get a gun pointed at me by a police office…  [+] (4 new replies) 05/27/2015 on Things NOT to do if arrested -2
User avatar #139 - shieeetposter (05/28/2015) [-]
Nice reading comprehension there, bud.
User avatar #155 - defeats (05/28/2015) [-]
I'm referring to the content and asking him about it... The content says "above all do not swat their hands away" and xplain himself just said that's how people can get themselves killed.
User avatar #106 - policexplain (05/28/2015) [-]
Not at all. Swatting a cop's hand away is a misdemeanor, and probably not worth of pointing a gun at you (though there are circumstances where it might be warranted). And no, you wouldn't go to prison for that.

You might not have done anything wrong, but the cops don't know that. They make decisions based on the information they have at the time. I regularly detain people who are in the area of a reported crime and who are of similar description to a reported criminal. I have no way of knowing whether or not they committed the crime unless they permit me to stop them and do an investigation. If they run away, argue, or fight with me, they're taking up my time when I could be finding the actual criminal. And that is why it's illegal in the US to resist or delay an officer.
User avatar #98 - albinopanda (05/28/2015) [-]
If you slap a cops hand away when hes trying to arrest you then it would be resisting arrest. Police are allowed to use the appropriate level of force to control people. A cop would just use soft empty hand techniques (pressure points/ take downs) to take you down, not point out a gun.
#145 - It doesn't mean people have to be attracted to them...  [+] (1 new reply) 05/27/2015 on Fact comp #15 -3
User avatar #146 - schneidend (05/27/2015) [-]
I never said they did.
#36 - There are plenty health benefits of 'non-organic' fruit and ve… 05/24/2015 on Chemicals +2
#119 - So you think the idea that because he's white he can't underst…  [+] (2 new replies) 05/23/2015 on I love the sound of SJW... +4
User avatar #143 - sefercil (05/23/2015) [-]
let's get convoluted

well. an opinion can't be stupid. it can be ignorant and biased, or just based on feeling and personal motivations,but not stupid. the definition of "opinion" is a judgement/view that is made regardless of fact, based on emotion or personal attitude/appraisal.

opinions are actually possible without fact taken into account. so if it's not based on fact, it can't really be stupid (which is unintelligence and lack of common sense. common sense doesn't give regard to emotions, and intelligence is based on reactions to fact and what's around you, not opinion).
User avatar #202 - babyanalraper (05/23/2015) [-]
I disagree! An opinion like hers is an idea (that white men shouldn't be allowed to have opinions). Idea can be stupid, and that is a stupid idea. Let's say that my opinion on knives is that we should make them illegal, because they're dangerous. That's a stupid opinions, since knives are less dangerous than guns and have uses outside of fights. Opinions aren't free from judgement or logic, but the right to have an opinion is.
#246 - I feel like the post in the content actually came from the UK,… 05/22/2015 on asdasdasda +1
#243 - Some people are just not rational. For example, did you k… 05/22/2015 on asdasdasda +3
#79 - How did you have 4k at 16?  [+] (2 new replies) 05/22/2015 on Fact comp #8 +1
User avatar #83 - nagafever (05/22/2015) [-]
in norway when we're 14 we have something directly translated called "confirmation" which is basically a ritual that confirms you've stepped into adulthood and all your family comes over and gives you cash
User avatar #130 - alexxander (05/22/2015) [-]
I didn't even have a confirmation, and yet my family gave me like USD 1500, it's such a stupid tradition imo
#600 - I never once mentioned Islams teachings... Muslim men rap… 05/19/2015 on Truth about racism -1


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User avatar #10 - soundofwinter (06/22/2014) [-]
**** you
User avatar #4 - hadrian (12/16/2012) [-]
Since I'm unable to reply to your last comment...
A license implies gun ownership is a privilege, like driving. In the United States, it's a right, on the same level as the right to trial by jury of our peers and due process of the law.
User avatar #5 to #4 - defeats (12/16/2012) [-]
Yes, in America it is a right, and that is the problem.

Look at this, and then ignore countries which we wouldn't consider "first world" and you'll see that the US is the worst, followed by Switzerland, then Canada.
France as an example of a country where a license (which takes a year to earn) and serious background check are required.
Switzerland, you should note, is only so high because of the high firearm suicide rates, this is because military personnel and reservists are required to keep their firearms at home. And we both know that suicide amongst military personnel is sadly very high.
User avatar #6 to #5 - hadrian (12/16/2012) [-]
I'm sorry you have a problem with people having the right to own a firearm.
User avatar #7 to #6 - defeats (12/16/2012) [-]
That was a pathetically typical American thing to say "Hurr you hate freedom".
I don't have a problem with people having firearms, your country has a problem controlling those people.

I like how with every comment you make, you sidestep the topic of gun crime in your country. Just Friday morning an autistic man killed 26+ people including 20 children ages 5-10.
You think it's okay for autistic people to be allowed to purchase assault rifles? If you think that it okay, then you have a problem and YOU cannot be considered a responsible, rational person and should NOT be allowed to own a firearm.
User avatar #8 to #7 - hadrian (12/16/2012) [-]
What a typically European thing to assume I was implying any hatred of freedom. I thought it sad that you have a problem with Americans having the right to own a firearm. There was no subtext.

Do I think it is acceptable for any non-felon United States citizen to purchase and own a firearm? Yes, because it is their Constitutional right to do so. Do I think it is acceptable for them to use it in a criminal fashion? No, absolutely not. Yes I think that crimes committed at gun point are despicable, but no statistic will ever make me sponsor the removal of a person's rights and because it is a right in this country, a gun ownership license is unnecessary and redundant.
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