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I was just about to post that. Looks pretty unambiguous, although the anti-government morons will read whatever they want into it. Tried to run past the barricade, then obviously reached into his coat (which did end up having a gun in it). He was actually shot in the back, but he was facing down another officer at the time.



Certainly not "on his knees with his hands up" like some of the accounts being passed around.

Could have been reaching for his inhaler.
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Do lame duck Presidents regularly relive their Presidential campaign launch?

https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/post-politics/wp/2016/01/29/nostalgic-obama-to-relive-launch-of-2008-campaign-in-springfield-ill/

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Originally Posted by brokencycle View Post

Do lame duck Presidents regularly relive their Presidential campaign launch?

https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/post-politics/wp/2016/01/29/nostalgic-obama-to-relive-launch-of-2008-campaign-in-springfield-ill/

When it's probably the single most important event in history? Yeah, you sure as fuck do!
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When it's probably the single most important event in history? Yeah, you sure as fuck do!

 

Well, in that case, as a taxpayer, I'm happy to foot the bill for the travel.  I wish I could pay for the carbon offset credits though too.

post #3845 of 5110
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Originally Posted by El Argentino View Post

The degree of unattainable buffness exhibited by many of my action figures growing up has left me permanently scarred, with emotional and body-image issues.


You think the action figures traumatized you? Try having read the comics at the height of the 90's.


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Originally Posted by Jr Mouse View Post

You think the action figures traumatized you? Try having read the comics at the height of the 90's.


Is that Divine?
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Is that Divine?

The moobs are strong with this one.

This particular piece of art has been mocked for years and tells you all you need to know about comic's in the 90's.
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Good ol' Rob Liefeld. Showing that a complete lack of knowledge of anatomy can't stop you from achieving your dreams of drawing the human form in all its various contortions.
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You think the action figures traumatized you? Try having read the comics at the height of the 90's.



What do you mean? It accurately reflects the idolized physique of the current generation:

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This is proof superheroes are damaging the psyches of young boys everywhere.
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About a hundred protesters showed up outside the Manitowoc County, WI courthouse today to protest the Steven Avery rulings (due to the highly biased documentary that was released)  Most of the pictures I see are of women.  Do these women know what this guy did?  Sure, he didnt do the first crime but you have got to be kidding me that they you dont believe he did the second.  But no, he needs justice!

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What do you mean? It accurately reflects the idolized physique of the current generation:

Assuming that's not Photoshopped, man, these guys are going crazy with the HGH and insulin these days.


Arnold's physique was 99.99% unreachable, but at least he looked human. Modern bodybuilders look like freaks. I know I'm hardly the first to say that, but ick.
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Do these women know what this guy did?  Sure, he didnt do the first crime but you have got to be kidding me that they you dont believe he did the second.
 

 

I'm not commenting on the Avery case, but did you actually read their signs? They are protesting his right to a fair trial, not his innocence. That's a pretty important distinction in the justice system.

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About half of the signs say fair trial and half say to set him free.  Why just set him free?

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I'm not really sure what you are asking. Are you asking why are some people asking to set him free instead of asking for a fair trial? If that is the case (and please remember that I am not one of those protesters, so I can't speak for them), then I believe that some people think that someone who did not receive a fair trial should be set free until he receives a fair trial.

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