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#111 - Doing words upside down and backwards are generally not accept… 09/20/2013 on Stall stuff 0
#20 - He would still earn that if he stopped to pick up the bill, th… 09/20/2013 on Even though I posted that... 0
#102 - Internal affairs does the investigation, but if there is reaso… 09/19/2013 on around these parts 0
#40 - Was just pointing out that part of what OP said was true. It's…  [+] (1 new reply) 09/19/2013 on around these parts 0
User avatar #42 - zzforrest (09/19/2013) [-]
But icouldgetsome was saying that it has nothing to do with the powers of the sheriff, it all has to do with jurisdiction.
#30 - But if the FBI agent breaks local law while doing an investiga…  [+] (8 new replies) 09/19/2013 on around these parts 0
#41 - silvertongueddevil (09/19/2013) [-]
That's an internal affairs issue.

Also OP is wrong. Its called the supremacy clause. Its the reason why the DEA can arrest someone in Washington or Colorado for smoking pot even though state law allows it.

Civics 101.
#102 - jackassalope (09/19/2013) [-]
Internal affairs does the investigation, but if there is reason to be arrested, he gets arrested.
#50 - icouldgetsome (09/19/2013) [-]
Supremacy clause applies to conflicts between state and federal law, such as in the case you mention. If there's no federal law being broken the federal government has no jurisdiction. And then there are areas where the federal government has sole jurisdiction, like international disputes. One good example of local vs. federal law enforcement is the freedom summer murders in mississippi. The local police force was complicit in the crime. The state refused to prosecute them for murder. The FBI took over and charged them with depriving the victims of their civil rights, rights which arise under federal law(constitution).
User avatar #46 - heartlessrobot (09/19/2013) [-]
However, if the sheriff has some serious balls of steel, he can attempt to bar the DEA from entering the area or arrest the DEA. Now, he'd get away with it at first, but it would most likely cause a massive shitstorm.
User avatar #49 - IamWhoIam (09/19/2013) [-]
He'd have to have the backing of his county and probably the State Government (IE Governor, State Senate, ect.) Read Little Brother, it has a pretty good example of a State ousting Federal Agents.
User avatar #38 - zzforrest (09/19/2013) [-]
That's true of any law enforcement. It's like if a cop graffiti'd a wall, it would count as graffiti irregardless of the fact that he's a cop.
#40 - jackassalope (09/19/2013) [-]
Was just pointing out that part of what OP said was true. It's not like he was claiming your Sheriff could arrest an FBI agent just cuz he doesnt like the guy.
User avatar #42 - zzforrest (09/19/2013) [-]
But icouldgetsome was saying that it has nothing to do with the powers of the sheriff, it all has to do with jurisdiction.
#39 - What's your point? That's clearly a GTA5 cartridge. 09/19/2013 on So ST0KED +1
#70 - >Me >A gay man and his two gay sons, divorced wife y… 09/19/2013 on Tumblingbling 0
#47 - Even if i cared about the game itself, i refuse to pay for a c… 09/18/2013 on Am I the only one..? 0
#8 - Single best skater i have ever known is brad shaw, former coac… 09/18/2013 on so i heard you liked theatre -2
#227 - Even if someone IS a tough guy, that doesn't make him dangerou… 09/17/2013 on Never Judge 0
#225 - It means that it doesn't matter what the person wears, there's…  [+] (2 new replies) 09/17/2013 on Never Judge 0
#226 - blanketandpillow (09/17/2013) [-]
Of course there's always a risk that person might be a predator. But a huge man who is spending time and money to appear big and tough and scary, maybe is big and tough and scary. Hm, a girl spends money on getting a boob job and plastic surgery? Maybe she cares too much about what she looks like. A man smelling like beer walks by me, stumbling, with ratty clothes saying hi to me may be a person I don't want to talk
#227 - jackassalope (09/17/2013) [-]
Even if someone IS a tough guy, that doesn't make him dangerous. That boob job is probably more dangerous than talking to any type of random stranger, and the last example is more than just an outfit.

People tend to be afraid of the more sensationalized risks, despite the actual chance of risk. Parents are generally more afraid of sending their children to a house with a gun than a house with a pool; yet the pool is literally 100x more likely to kill a child.

This is no different, he seems like a 'scary' guy so you "protect" your children from him when they are more likely to choke on their dinner than have a biker do anything to them their entire life.
#223 - Would you be surprised if i told you that your children are ab…  [+] (4 new replies) 09/17/2013 on Never Judge 0
#224 - blanketandpillow (09/17/2013) [-]
No, I wouldn't be surprised. That's a commonly known fact. But, sadly, there's little you can do about that, so I will have to trust that she will make correct decisions with who she hangs out with and hope they don't turn out completely different.

If you make an effort to look like that biker does, expect people to react like how they would normally would.
#225 - jackassalope (09/17/2013) [-]
It means that it doesn't matter what the person wears, there's always the threat that any person might be a predator. Teaching her that the outfit is the thing to be afraid of is misleading and counterproductive.
#226 - blanketandpillow (09/17/2013) [-]
Of course there's always a risk that person might be a predator. But a huge man who is spending time and money to appear big and tough and scary, maybe is big and tough and scary. Hm, a girl spends money on getting a boob job and plastic surgery? Maybe she cares too much about what she looks like. A man smelling like beer walks by me, stumbling, with ratty clothes saying hi to me may be a person I don't want to talk
#227 - jackassalope (09/17/2013) [-]
Even if someone IS a tough guy, that doesn't make him dangerous. That boob job is probably more dangerous than talking to any type of random stranger, and the last example is more than just an outfit.

People tend to be afraid of the more sensationalized risks, despite the actual chance of risk. Parents are generally more afraid of sending their children to a house with a gun than a house with a pool; yet the pool is literally 100x more likely to kill a child.

This is no different, he seems like a 'scary' guy so you "protect" your children from him when they are more likely to choke on their dinner than have a biker do anything to them their entire life.
#29 - Why is that a problem? It means girls are staring at your ass.  [+] (1 new reply) 09/17/2013 on Different Butts 0
#45 - trivdiego (09/17/2013) [-]
he didnt say they were girls
#221 - And what are bikers going to do to her anywhere else? 09/17/2013 on Never Judge 0
#219 - And what risk are you expecting there to be? What is a biker g…  [+] (8 new replies) 09/17/2013 on Never Judge 0
#220 - blanketandpillow (09/17/2013) [-]
It's teaching her that in general, don't talk to random bikers. There may not be a risk then, but there might be later on in her life.
#222 - blanketandpillow (09/17/2013) [-]
Any number of things involving rape, murder, kidnapping. If you don't want kids to be scared of you, don't have a huge, tangly beard with tattoos on half your body. I trust that he's a nice person, I really do, but you're going to get judged based on how you dress. If you make an effort to seem tough, moms won't want their little girls to hang out with you.
#223 - jackassalope (09/17/2013) [-]
Would you be surprised if i told you that your children are about ten times more likely to have those things done to them by someone they know and trust than a random biker on the street? That's not a made up number, only about 7% of such crimes are done by strangers.

Teaching them to be suspicious of situations (such as being alone) or behaviors (such as trying to lure them to somewhere private) rather than an outfit.
#224 - blanketandpillow (09/17/2013) [-]
No, I wouldn't be surprised. That's a commonly known fact. But, sadly, there's little you can do about that, so I will have to trust that she will make correct decisions with who she hangs out with and hope they don't turn out completely different.

If you make an effort to look like that biker does, expect people to react like how they would normally would.
#225 - jackassalope (09/17/2013) [-]
It means that it doesn't matter what the person wears, there's always the threat that any person might be a predator. Teaching her that the outfit is the thing to be afraid of is misleading and counterproductive.
#226 - blanketandpillow (09/17/2013) [-]
Of course there's always a risk that person might be a predator. But a huge man who is spending time and money to appear big and tough and scary, maybe is big and tough and scary. Hm, a girl spends money on getting a boob job and plastic surgery? Maybe she cares too much about what she looks like. A man smelling like beer walks by me, stumbling, with ratty clothes saying hi to me may be a person I don't want to talk
#227 - jackassalope (09/17/2013) [-]
Even if someone IS a tough guy, that doesn't make him dangerous. That boob job is probably more dangerous than talking to any type of random stranger, and the last example is more than just an outfit.

People tend to be afraid of the more sensationalized risks, despite the actual chance of risk. Parents are generally more afraid of sending their children to a house with a gun than a house with a pool; yet the pool is literally 100x more likely to kill a child.

This is no different, he seems like a 'scary' guy so you "protect" your children from him when they are more likely to choke on their dinner than have a biker do anything to them their entire life.
#221 - jackassalope (09/17/2013) [-]
And what are bikers going to do to her anywhere else?
#23 - Even if it did somehow change the brain of the turtle, that ha… 09/17/2013 on Such Speed! +1
#103 - So your solution is to teach them to be afraid of an outfit? T… 09/16/2013 on Never Judge -1
#90 - Even gang bangers don't **** with children, what …  [+] (2 new replies) 09/16/2013 on Never Judge -1
User avatar #92 - Crusader (09/16/2013) [-]
They don't hurt the kid, they are nice to the kid, the kid likes them.
The kid hangs around, becomes a Prospect, then becomes one.
Statistically, it's rare, but it's what happens, it's rare that someone stumbles upon the group as an adult.
#103 - jackassalope (09/16/2013) [-]
So your solution is to teach them to be afraid of an outfit? Teach them to be suspicious of situations and behaviors, not outfits or stereotypes; teach them good core values, not fear; teach them that they have a future, and the steps to take to make it happen. The great majority of gang members are so because they believe there is no future for them elsewhere.
#72 - Actually, teaching your children to be afraid of strangers has…  [+] (15 new replies) 09/16/2013 on Never Judge -1
#217 - blanketandpillow (09/17/2013) [-]
When there's an emergency and when everything is perfectly fine is completely different. If there's an emergency of course you're going to need help, and you probably wouldn't care who from, but if there's not then there's no need for the risk.
#219 - jackassalope (09/17/2013) [-]
And what risk are you expecting there to be? What is a biker going to do to your children in the middle of a Tim Hortons? What need is there to make your children -afraid- of an entire subgroup of people?
#220 - blanketandpillow (09/17/2013) [-]
It's teaching her that in general, don't talk to random bikers. There may not be a risk then, but there might be later on in her life.
#222 - blanketandpillow (09/17/2013) [-]
Any number of things involving rape, murder, kidnapping. If you don't want kids to be scared of you, don't have a huge, tangly beard with tattoos on half your body. I trust that he's a nice person, I really do, but you're going to get judged based on how you dress. If you make an effort to seem tough, moms won't want their little girls to hang out with you.
#223 - jackassalope (09/17/2013) [-]
Would you be surprised if i told you that your children are about ten times more likely to have those things done to them by someone they know and trust than a random biker on the street? That's not a made up number, only about 7% of such crimes are done by strangers.

Teaching them to be suspicious of situations (such as being alone) or behaviors (such as trying to lure them to somewhere private) rather than an outfit.
#224 - blanketandpillow (09/17/2013) [-]
No, I wouldn't be surprised. That's a commonly known fact. But, sadly, there's little you can do about that, so I will have to trust that she will make correct decisions with who she hangs out with and hope they don't turn out completely different.

If you make an effort to look like that biker does, expect people to react like how they would normally would.
#225 - jackassalope (09/17/2013) [-]
It means that it doesn't matter what the person wears, there's always the threat that any person might be a predator. Teaching her that the outfit is the thing to be afraid of is misleading and counterproductive.
#226 - blanketandpillow (09/17/2013) [-]
Of course there's always a risk that person might be a predator. But a huge man who is spending time and money to appear big and tough and scary, maybe is big and tough and scary. Hm, a girl spends money on getting a boob job and plastic surgery? Maybe she cares too much about what she looks like. A man smelling like beer walks by me, stumbling, with ratty clothes saying hi to me may be a person I don't want to talk
#227 - jackassalope (09/17/2013) [-]
Even if someone IS a tough guy, that doesn't make him dangerous. That boob job is probably more dangerous than talking to any type of random stranger, and the last example is more than just an outfit.

People tend to be afraid of the more sensationalized risks, despite the actual chance of risk. Parents are generally more afraid of sending their children to a house with a gun than a house with a pool; yet the pool is literally 100x more likely to kill a child.

This is no different, he seems like a 'scary' guy so you "protect" your children from him when they are more likely to choke on their dinner than have a biker do anything to them their entire life.
#221 - jackassalope (09/17/2013) [-]
And what are bikers going to do to her anywhere else?
User avatar #85 - Crusader (09/16/2013) [-]
And it's not just child molesters, it's anyone who is there for a sexual offense such as rape.
Rapists don't like prison either
User avatar #83 - Crusader (09/16/2013) [-]
No, there is a difference between teaching them to fear strangers, and to teaching them to fear people who statistically are more common to be dangerous.
Like I said, I know bikers, most aren't dangerous and just like motorcycles, but of those, there are MCs, where the majority of the 1%ers lie, and judging by the badges on that vest, he's part of an MC.

Like I said, it's comparable to telling them to be scared of the guy with the blue bandanna hanging out of his back pocket, it could just be that's where he put his doo-rag.
#90 - jackassalope (09/16/2013) [-]
Even gang bangers don't fuck with children, what do you think anyone would do to a child? Even if there is a statistically relevant portion of a group that are criminals, criminals are people too.
User avatar #92 - Crusader (09/16/2013) [-]
They don't hurt the kid, they are nice to the kid, the kid likes them.
The kid hangs around, becomes a Prospect, then becomes one.
Statistically, it's rare, but it's what happens, it's rare that someone stumbles upon the group as an adult.
#103 - jackassalope (09/16/2013) [-]
So your solution is to teach them to be afraid of an outfit? Teach them to be suspicious of situations and behaviors, not outfits or stereotypes; teach them good core values, not fear; teach them that they have a future, and the steps to take to make it happen. The great majority of gang members are so because they believe there is no future for them elsewhere.
#73 - I never realized this was a thing. 09/16/2013 on Is ded? +1
#60 - Every biker I've ever met has been an abnormally nice person. 09/16/2013 on Never Judge 0
#58 - Reminds me of BACA for obvious reasons. 09/16/2013 on Never Judge 0
#105 - People like being able to say they have a handicap or struggle… 09/15/2013 on Seconds Since OCD Attack 0
#6 - This is starting to feel like a circle jerk.....so, how 'bout … 09/15/2013 on Tree Swing 0
#4 - Sorry if you got offended by me living up to my name  [+] (2 new replies) 09/15/2013 on Tree Swing 0
User avatar #5 - turtletroll (09/15/2013) [-]
I was terribly offended
#6 - jackassalope (09/15/2013) [-]
This is starting to feel like a circle jerk.....so, how 'bout them *insert local sports team here*?
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