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#88 - that and cheating her in turn 3-4 with haste really messes up …  [+] (2 replies) 08/30/2016 on Augmented Reality Tabletop... 0
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#89 - tiddies (08/30/2016) [-]
Yea I used to play against a guy who had a Tooth And Nail deck, had her come in with haste, trample, and double power on turn 4. Swinging for 30 on turn 4 with annihilator 6 ends the game most of the time.
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#97 - wazoowonseventeen (08/30/2016) [-]
#3 - oh no! its retarded  [+] (58 replies) 04/04/2016 on Free inhabitant intensifies +233
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#4 - dndxplain (04/04/2016) [-]
if you aren't being detained you are legally allowed to walk away. it's a legitimate question to ask.
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#78 - severepwner (04/05/2016) [-]
The question IS legitimate, but anyone is going to be annoying when they're shouting dumb shit over and over and intentionally being unreasonable and difficult with the officer.

Good interaction:

Citizen: Am I being detained? Officer: You are not free to go right now. Citizen: Ok *does as is asked of the officer until he's allowed to leave.

Bad interaction:

Obnoxious citizen: AM I BEING DETAINED?

Police Officer: You are not free to go.


PO: No, I need to see your license.


PO: Roll down your window, and show me your license.


*The interaction ends in a relatively aggressive arrest*

Everyone should know their rights, but they need to understand the Officer's authority as well. Because he also knows your rights. Knowing your rights is not an excuse to be impossible for the police officer. You don't need to be oppressed, but being considerate goes both ways.
#73 - anon (04/05/2016) [-]
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#63 - hikakiller (04/05/2016) [-]
That's not the point.
The point is all the people who read an infographic on the Internet and now think they're experts in the law, so when they get pulled over they refuse to cooperate, yelling 'am I I being detained?' over and over.
#56 - anon (04/05/2016) [-]
legitimate but utterly stupid and pointless
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#51 - elvoz (04/05/2016) [-]
It's a legitimate question to ask, but a police officer can detain you for practically no reason. All he'd have to say to justify detaining you is that you seemed suspicious and BAM you're legally detained. It's almost a useless question because while cops can't keep you if they haven't detained you, they can almost always detain you. Especially if you're in a vehicle.
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#71 - wootsauce (04/05/2016) [-]
And when they do you demand an attorney... Make their life complicated.
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#72 - elvoz (04/05/2016) [-]
Yes. Because making the cop's life worse isn't going to worsen your situation or anything. Let's just piss off a guy who could ruin your life in multiple ways. No way that could go wrong.
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#74 - wootsauce (04/05/2016) [-]
Are they detaining you? Then getting away attorney immediately shuts down anything they can get on you.

Their life being complicated means yours becomes less so.
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#80 - elvoz (04/06/2016) [-]
Bruh. They can detain you for literally any reason they imagine. They just have to imagine it. At the end of the day, even if you ask for an attorney, you're going to waste your entire day over it. If you were in a vehicle then your vehicle will get impounded even if you don't get charged with anything. Unless you have no job and no life then losing an entire day plus impound means you didn't inconvenience the cop more than you inconvenienced yourself.

Face it. Just because you don't like cops doesn't mean you should challenge their authority at every opportunity you can. Your rights only go so far before the law stops taking your side, and cops know that.
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#81 - wootsauce (04/06/2016) [-]
Who said I don't like cops?? Yeah. They can inconvenience you. That's why you should have the tools and knowledge to take every advantage you can.
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#82 - elvoz (04/06/2016) [-]
I'm failing to see how that would give you an advantage.

The only kinds of advantages you can have against authorities is if you're in your own home and police arrive at your door. You can refuse to let them in, and they can't enter even if they detain you. The only other one I can think of is refusing a search of your vehicle. They can search you, consent or not, but if they don't find anything on you then they can't search your car until they get permission from higher-ups. And if you had nothing on you in the first place then they can't even arrest you or take you to a holding cell.

Otherwise the only advantage you have is your Miranda Rights and the 5th Amendment, and those really only matter if you've actually committed a crime. Messing with a cop because you don't want to talk to one is going to do you worse than it does the cop.
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#59 - dndxplain (04/05/2016) [-]
if he's willing to fill out the paperwork, then clearly he needs me for something.
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#69 - venomousvalentine (04/05/2016) [-]
Lol yeah. His quota.
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#79 - dndxplain (04/05/2016) [-]
ah yes, the totally existant magical police quota.
#40 - lollypopalopicus (04/05/2016) [-]
True, but this is particular edit is referencing a video of an idiot who was legally being detained, but didn't know how the law worked, and tried to just walk away.

Here is the video: Uncut Free Inhabitant Article 4  Crazy White Chick Argues with Police Officer  HD .
#75 - fedexman (04/05/2016) [-]
Holy shit this is irritating to watch
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#66 - catburglarpenis (04/05/2016) [-]
"He does not have to have a license"

Now you fucked up!


Should've just said that he was traveling. Problem solved. Also the women should've known what a free inhabitant was so make sure she's following the laws of the state and the officer should've told her she's being detained pending investigation of her claims for both his safety and hers, which is his right via the authority placed upon him as a peace officer appointed by the United States government. This is the same level of detainment given to those with diplomatic immunity pending proof of immunity and all charges will be dropped following proof of innocence. For now, as an investigation is pending both parties are to be detained for everyone's safety, after which case charges will be enforced or dropped.

Honestly, cops need to learn how to talk and spin their actions. It's something I learned as military police- I didn't punch the guy, I assisted him to the ground with a personal body weapon. My buddy did the same thing when he drop kicked the guy and when my third friend elbow dropped him off a 2 story building it really assisted the suspect into a more calm, placated mood.

You know,

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#68 - alexdevlin (04/05/2016) [-]
Thats a horrible idea. That encourages deceitfulness among law enforcement further causing more public distrust. Also, Military Police and a Sheriff Deputy are two completely different roles.
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#70 - catburglarpenis (04/05/2016) [-]
A peace officer is a peace officer regardless of the position, particularly in his context. Teaching a man how to talk about his actions with as flowery language as he can muster isn't deceitful, it's normal. It's every bit as deceitful as being taught how to write a resume or how to present oneself in interviews. With this camera heavy culture a cop is most likely to follow protocal as a natural reflex and that may look brutal to outsiders but it's necessary for the protection of peace. Often us cops have to break down brutal looking videos step by step just to show a jury that he officer followed protocal, but then the highly (and expensively) trained officer gets booted off the force anyways because he used the wrong language to describe his actions. The same applies to resume writers- you would've got the interview if you said you were the CEO at your first job, a high level investment banker at the second, and was in the presidential cabinet in the Pentagon at your third. Instead you put down that you "did nothing" at McDonald's, "watched a lot of tv" at Goldman Sachs, and "sat through a lot of boring meetings" at a random address rather than even writing "government" which would have been impressive. Congratulations, you do the thing right with no deceit, you just don't know how to talk about it.

In this specific context in the video him and I would have the same job and responsibilities. Remove the people from the car pending investigation for my safety and there's. I've literally been in this situation before, so don't give me that "it's different" BS. In this particular situation, it's exactly the same.
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#61 - teddybearlove (04/05/2016) [-]
I just want to take a second to applaud this officer. His patience is infinite.
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#43 - aejann (04/05/2016) [-]
Two seconds of Googling and I found out what a free inhabitant really is.

Essentially, you can declare yourself a "vagabond" and can freely travel the U.S. while only being subjected to the laws of the state you are currently in. That said, most laws are almost unanimously held among the states, including the requirement of a driver's license and the authority of police officers. I think this article was intended for traders to be able to move between the states without being taxed and tolled as they made their way around the early U.S. They certainly have all the rights of a U.S. citizen, but they most certainly have to abide by the law.
#58 - innocentbabies (04/05/2016) [-]
Doesn't matter, the Articles of Confederation were discarded when we adopted the Constitution. That'd be like citing the Constitution of the Confederacy in order to show why you don't have to follow federal US laws.
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#26 - thechosentroll (04/04/2016) [-]
It's also a legitimate excuse for the cop to beat the shit out of you. At least where I'm from.
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#27 - dndxplain (04/04/2016) [-]
what type of third world country do you live in
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#28 - thechosentroll (04/04/2016) [-]
The type where cops are trained to beat the shit out of you instead of shooting you in the back 27 times. But to answer your question, the glorious nation of Gypsystan. More commonly known as Bulgaria. One of the great things about living in a shithole is that the laws are more like guidelines. One of the horrible things about living in a shithole is that it also applies to other people, including cops.
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#57 - boeingninja (04/05/2016) [-]
Sounds like Detroit.
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#29 - dndxplain (04/04/2016) [-]
sucks man.
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#30 - thechosentroll (04/04/2016) [-]
Not really. Great place to live, though I don't recommend visiting without a guide. It's a bit Australia-y sometimes, except our local wildlife tries to steal your wallet. And that's not just a gypsy joke, I've seen seagulls steal tourists wallets. I'm pretty sure someone trained them.
#24 - anon (04/04/2016) [-]
So if you get pulled over for speeding and are about to get a ticket you can just ask if you are being detained and then you get to drive off?
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#25 - dndxplain (04/04/2016) [-]
if a cop has pulled you over, you are being detained. if you ask, they will inform you.
#32 - verby (04/04/2016) [-]
But always remember that they are not allowed to extend the stop to wait for drug dogs
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#36 - anipott (04/05/2016) [-]
But they got these tablet-things now. And they can just get some of your spit, and the results will be ready in like 2-5 min. They detect weed 24 hours after you've used it.
#39 - verby (04/05/2016) [-]
That doesn't help with trying to get you for trafficking
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#12 - nunyabeez (04/04/2016) [-]
But it's associated with druggies that go
"I ain't doin nuffin"
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#13 - dndxplain (04/04/2016) [-]
like I said, it's still a viable question to ask.
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#14 - nunyabeez (04/04/2016) [-]
It is, but it has a bad usage behind it imo
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#33 - therealfell (04/04/2016) [-]
that's absolutely fucking incorrect
if a cop has reason to suspect that you're under the influence, or if you're in possession of illegal drugs, he will detain you
cops are not your friends. you need to be polite but also exercise your rights. there are plenty of cases where cops have abused their powers (note, I saw a video of a group of guys who were taking pictures of a pier, and cops approached them, informed them that it was private property, and then proceeded to do all kinds of illegal shit- choke them out despite them being cooperative, and they had it all recorded)
you NEED to know your rights and you need to exercise them, or cops will walk all fucking over you
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#34 - nunyabeez (04/05/2016) [-]
Yes but I have watched anti police videos that have people under suspicion and consistently asking that, while the cop explains to them that they are not yet detained, but are being searched. Then they fight more and more to the point the cop can arrest them.
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#35 - therealfell (04/05/2016) [-]
if the cop says they're not being detained, there's no reason for them to keep asking
they can leave
#6 - mikethemerciless (04/04/2016) [-]
Yeah but it makes you an asshole.
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#41 - mondominiman (04/05/2016) [-]
If the cop stops you while your walking down the street doing nothing then yeah go ahead and say that but if you're re-enacting the fast and the furious films in a school zone and the cop pulls you over then it's an asshole thing to say that.

They damn well know they did something wrong but they try to weasel their way out of it.
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#38 - thedankmemer (04/05/2016) [-]
1+, officers are fucking human beings. They aren't trying to arrest you every time they speak.
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#11 - therealfell (04/04/2016) [-]
no, it makes you a free citizen exercising their rights.
#15 - mikethemerciless (04/04/2016) [-]
Those are not mutually exclusive titles.
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#16 - dndxplain (04/04/2016) [-]
if you buy a soda and are not given said soda, is it rude for you to ask for said soda?
#17 - mikethemerciless (04/04/2016) [-]
I'm sorry the meaning of that eludes me, can you be a bit more blunt?
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#18 - dndxplain (04/04/2016) [-]
a citizen is granted specific rights. they exist specifically for, as an example, if a police officer is attempting to get information out of you. If they do not have a warrant and you are not being detained, it is your right as a citizen that you don't have to answer said questions and can simply walk away.

much in the same way that if you purchase a product you are free to get said product, and no one is allowed to prevent you from doing so (as long as you are legally allowed to purchase it.)
#19 - mikethemerciless (04/04/2016) [-]
Doesn't change the fact that you can be an asshole and a free citizen.
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#20 - dndxplain (04/04/2016) [-]
my point was that you're not an asshole if you expect to get a product if you paid for it. why would you be an asshole if you ask whether your rights are being infringed upon or not.
#21 - mikethemerciless (04/04/2016) [-]
Because the officer is just doing his job. I agree that you shouldn't let your rights be infringed upon. And also rights and products aren't the same thing. You earn products, you're entitled to rights.
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#22 - dndxplain (04/04/2016) [-]
you earn your rights by being a citizen just as you earn your product by being a customer.

also, you technically purchase your rights through taxes and doing other things expected from a citizen.
#23 - mikethemerciless (04/04/2016) [-]
Fair enough. Have a good one man! Hope to be a player in one of your groups someday soon!
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#7 - dndxplain (04/04/2016) [-]
being an asshole isn't against the law. I'd know, I'm an asshole.
#8 - mikethemerciless (04/04/2016) [-]
I know, never said it was. But sometimes it helps to be nice.
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#10 - dndxplain (04/04/2016) [-]
BoJack Horseman  The Troops Are Jerks this goes for any form of person, not just troops, after all.
#55 - anon (04/05/2016) [-]
Bo Jack was definitely a mixed grab bag that ended up going nowhere, and yet they have a third season... [spoiler] probably because of all the feminist bullshit awkwardly jammed into it [/spoiler ]When I watched the show I came to the conclusion that they had two different writing staffs that couldn't agree on anything due to the messy writing. This was one of its good moments.
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#9 - dndxplain (04/04/2016) [-]
no doubt. whenever I have to deal with any form of authority (legal or not) I am quite polite. I'm just saying that it's not necessarily retarded to ask if you are being detained. especially if the officer is being a twat.

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#9 - alfibrakiz (02/15/2016) [-]
...ok. So that qualifies as a log now...
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