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Originally Posted by Fang66 View Post

A virus?

Of epic proportions.
post #2297 of 6095
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The Land Whale fight,

Hard to tell who the aggressors are

Ah, I stand corrected. I only saw it briefly on CNN while waiting to get my oil changed.
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Ninja Cop resigns.

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McKinney Police Cpl. Eric Casebolt, who was under investigation, “resigned on his own will,” police Chief Greg Conley said at a news conference. He called Casebolt’s actions “indefensible.”

“As the video shows, he was out of control during the incident,” Conley said, “I had 12 officers on the scene and 11 of them performed according to their training.”

He said the internal investigation into Casebolt’s actions is now over, as he is no longer a department employee. But a decision hasn’t yet been made regarding possible criminal charges, Conley said, according to the AP.

“I do not condone the actions of those individuals who violated the rules of the community and showed disrespect to the security personnel on the scene and officers,” he added.



Well, not everybody in authority is an apologist, at least.
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Originally Posted by Nil View Post

http://reason.com/blog/2015/06/09/mckinney-officer-who-brandished-gun-at-b

Looks like the asshole cop from the pool party resigned.

 

And the after party is just starting

 

 

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And the after party is just starting


 

Yeah, Tracey is a much worse person than heroes like Trayvon, Mike and Freddie.

Fat White Privilege I guess.
Edited by rnoldh - 6/9/15 at 10:06pm
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Yeah, Tracey is a much worse person than the heroes Trayvon, Mike and Freddie.

You've got kind of a weird fixation on this shit.
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Originally Posted by Gibonius View Post

You've got kind of a weird fixation on this shit.

Good for the goose, good for the gander.

She's probably a decent person and now she's smeared forever on the internet.

It's my guess that she's the victim in the incident and crap like that upsets me.

Stuff that genuinely helps black people is great for all people and I'm certainly for it. But having lived through the genuine Civil Rights era of the 1960s I find the self serving BS today of the race baiters appalling.
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That's fowlist.
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Stuff that genuinely helps black people is great for all people and I'm certainly for it. But having lived through the genuine Civil Rights era of the 1960s I find the self serving BS today of the race baiters appalling.

Dear Black People of America:

Please note that rnoldh knows what really counts as civil rights and what's really in your best interests. Next time you have an opinion or feelings or a goal in mind, do not be tempted into thinking you know what's best for you or even what's going on! Please clear it with rnoldh instead.

Cheers,
EtO
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Dear Black People of America:

Please note that rnoldh knows what really counts as civil rights and what's really in your best interests. Next time you have an opinion or feelings or a goal in mind, do not be tempted into thinking you know what's best for you or even what's going on! Please clear it with rnoldh instead.

Cheers,
EtO

They could win the lottery by having one of their kids killed by the police!
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Given the last few news stories which have broken I find it hard to believe anyone would want to be a cop in the good old USA. Sued if you do something and sued if you don't, lose lose.
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Flip side is retire at 50 with awesome spiked pension, then take another job on top. Retire with income streams similar to someone who's saved $2-3mn.
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Given the last few news stories which have broken I find it hard to believe anyone would want to be a cop in the good old USA. Sued if you do something and sued if you don't, lose lose.

It's one of the highest paying jobs someone with no skills can get, especially with the pension considerations.
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Originally Posted by erictheobscure View Post

Dear Black People of America:

Please note that rnoldh knows what really counts as civil rights and what's really in your best interests. Next time you have an opinion or feelings or a goal in mind, do not be tempted into thinking you know what's best for you or even what's going on! Please clear it with rnoldh instead.

Cheers,
EtO


I join the sentiment.

I know what's best for Black People of America. Go to a real church ("social justice" or get-out-the-vote churches aren't real churches), get married, don't accept money from the government, start snitching, clean up your neighborhood, learn how to handle a firearm, and eliminate the stigma of "acting white" (you know, taking school seriously, not cursing, and such).

Optional: stop listening to rap music. Go with something less crass and more melodic.
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Originally Posted by A Canuker View Post

Given the last few news stories which have broken I find it hard to believe anyone would want to be a cop in the good old USA. Sued if you do something and sued if you don't, lose lose.

A tough job to be sure, but judging any situation by what's reported in the news is iffy at best. Even if the stopped clock theory means the reporting will sometimes be accurate, it's still not likely to be fairly representative. People I know, including family members, are cops and wouldn't want to do anything else.
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