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#122 - We ALL know criminals killing people is bad, no one is *******…  [+] (1 new reply) 07/12/2016 on 5 Statistics About Cops... 0
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#131 - policexplain (07/13/2016) [-]
You seem really upset about this "unarmed" thing. Let me learn you a thing or two, son.
1) Just because they are unarmed does not mean that they are not able to use lethal force against a police officer or another. An unarmed person might pose a deadly threat because they are significantly larger or in better shape, skilled in martial arts or combat sports, have a position of advantage, be under the influence of drugs, or be fighting with an injured officer.
2) An unarmed person who is actively reaching for or attempting to obtain a weapon is technically unarmed, but still poses an immediate lethal threat if not stopped.
3) In ever police encounter, there is at least one firearm and several other objects that can be used as deadly weapons or as incapacitating weapons which could render the officer unable to defend himself and others.
4) Some suspects are reported as unarmed, but actually pose a deadly threat due to environmental circumstances. For example, a person driving or attempting to drive a vehicle, a person holding a container of caustic chemicals, a person covered in flammable liquid or near a gasoline spill and holding a lighter, a person attempting to detonate explosives, a person carrying several large rocks after throwing one at someone, a person wearing a tool belt containing a hammer or other tools that he could readily use as deadly weapons, or because of the proximity of the suspect's associates.
5) Some suspects are armed with a replica or unloaded weapon or a toy that looks like a weapon, or they bluff that they have a weapon by concealing their hands, making furtive movements or quickly pointing an innocous object as though it was a firearm. Officers can't always tell that it's not really a weapon due to actual similarity or because of lack of perception/reaction time, and should not be obligated to wait to use force until they are mortally wounded or an innocent person is killed.

So, you ask how I can not understand that this is a problem. I understand the truth about violence, apparently, much better than you do. I'd recommend that you educate yourself about it before you continue to voice a completely ignorant opinion about "unarmed" people.

Your next point, that the cops are breaking the law, is also flawed. Everybody breaks the law here and there. Some people are evil, some people make mistakes. And that goes for every group, including the police. But the police, on the whole, are pretty damned good and when a cop seriously fucks up or is shown to be evil, it is always other cops who arrest, charge and convict them.

I have my doubts that you know what goes into getting hired as a cop, and as such I dispute the basis of your statement, "they need to screen them better." I'll invite you to do some of your own research on that topic. Go do a ride along with your local department and ask them what they have to do to get the job. Or, better yet, go apply for a cop job somewhere. Lots of places are hiring. Let me know how it works out for you.

I agree that police officers who kill people with no provocation should go away forever and/or get the death penalty. The thing is that exactly zero high profile police killings in the past several decades fit this description. Without fail, the suspects were armed or presented a disparity of force, were actively fighting or trying to flee, were wanted for a violent crime, or in a few cases were accidentally and tragically killed. If you don't commit violent crimes and you don't fight with or run from the police, your chances of being killed by a police officer are virtually nil.
#30 - Is that what I said, you dense little bitch? No, I be…  [+] (7 new replies) 07/11/2016 on 5 Statistics About Cops... -26
#77 - erble (07/11/2016) [-]
If you want to make a point, make clear what point you are making.
Now it was just a general story, and people have to assume what you wanted to convey with it.
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#54 - toosexyforyou (07/11/2016) [-]
The problem isn't that you're this fucking retarded. The problem is that there are many people like you who are this fucking retarded.
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#49 - blackmageewizardt (07/11/2016) [-]
the Problem is not that they don´t exist.

It is that BLM blames EVERY cop without evidence to be a brutal murderous psycopath that goes around and kills black People, even when they are disproven and even more so when they go around and blame White Police even when to the most part black officers where involved in cases.

They make no sense, they are true unbeliefble Retards who are such gigantic fucking assholes that when the Paris Attack happend they claimed that it took Attention away from them! They bitched about People carring for a Terrorist attack in paris!
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#85 - policexplain (07/11/2016) [-]
Also, there is a real epidemic of black people being murdered and BLM does not seem concerned at all with it. Last week, police officers encountered man who was a convicted sex offender that had been pointing a gun at people. He then fought with the officers and was shot while trying to reach for his gun. BLM immediately protested this incident. In the same week, 64 black men were murdered by other black men, just in Chicago. Not a single peep from BLM. No outrage, no protests, no vigils, not so much as a half-hearted Tweet. That is the problem with BLM, to them black lives do not matter, unless those lives are taken by white police officers.
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#122 - GodofTV (07/12/2016) [-]
We ALL know criminals killing people is bad, no one is fucking debating that, what IS a problem is that POLICE are killing unarmed people. How do you not fucking understand that? That's akin to saying "I don't know why people are making a big fuss over cops killing a little over one person a day, cancer kills 40,000 people a day!" - that isn't the fucking discussion that we're having. Obviously gang violence is terrible a needs to stop, but when the respected people who are tasked with maintaining law and order are breaking the same laws then we as a nation are fucked.

I'm not a supporter of BLM, I don't think all police are evil - I think SOME are, I think they need to screen them better, I think that is a police officer does kill an unarmed civilian with no provocation he should face a much harsher sentence than murder 1.
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#131 - policexplain (07/13/2016) [-]
You seem really upset about this "unarmed" thing. Let me learn you a thing or two, son.
1) Just because they are unarmed does not mean that they are not able to use lethal force against a police officer or another. An unarmed person might pose a deadly threat because they are significantly larger or in better shape, skilled in martial arts or combat sports, have a position of advantage, be under the influence of drugs, or be fighting with an injured officer.
2) An unarmed person who is actively reaching for or attempting to obtain a weapon is technically unarmed, but still poses an immediate lethal threat if not stopped.
3) In ever police encounter, there is at least one firearm and several other objects that can be used as deadly weapons or as incapacitating weapons which could render the officer unable to defend himself and others.
4) Some suspects are reported as unarmed, but actually pose a deadly threat due to environmental circumstances. For example, a person driving or attempting to drive a vehicle, a person holding a container of caustic chemicals, a person covered in flammable liquid or near a gasoline spill and holding a lighter, a person attempting to detonate explosives, a person carrying several large rocks after throwing one at someone, a person wearing a tool belt containing a hammer or other tools that he could readily use as deadly weapons, or because of the proximity of the suspect's associates.
5) Some suspects are armed with a replica or unloaded weapon or a toy that looks like a weapon, or they bluff that they have a weapon by concealing their hands, making furtive movements or quickly pointing an innocous object as though it was a firearm. Officers can't always tell that it's not really a weapon due to actual similarity or because of lack of perception/reaction time, and should not be obligated to wait to use force until they are mortally wounded or an innocent person is killed.

So, you ask how I can not understand that this is a problem. I understand the truth about violence, apparently, much better than you do. I'd recommend that you educate yourself about it before you continue to voice a completely ignorant opinion about "unarmed" people.

Your next point, that the cops are breaking the law, is also flawed. Everybody breaks the law here and there. Some people are evil, some people make mistakes. And that goes for every group, including the police. But the police, on the whole, are pretty damned good and when a cop seriously fucks up or is shown to be evil, it is always other cops who arrest, charge and convict them.

I have my doubts that you know what goes into getting hired as a cop, and as such I dispute the basis of your statement, "they need to screen them better." I'll invite you to do some of your own research on that topic. Go do a ride along with your local department and ask them what they have to do to get the job. Or, better yet, go apply for a cop job somewhere. Lots of places are hiring. Let me know how it works out for you.

I agree that police officers who kill people with no provocation should go away forever and/or get the death penalty. The thing is that exactly zero high profile police killings in the past several decades fit this description. Without fail, the suspects were armed or presented a disparity of force, were actively fighting or trying to flee, were wanted for a violent crime, or in a few cases were accidentally and tragically killed. If you don't commit violent crimes and you don't fight with or run from the police, your chances of being killed by a police officer are virtually nil.
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#45 - pokemonstheshiz (07/11/2016) [-]
Of course some of those do exist, no shit. The post isn't saying they don't.
#21 - Here's a video of Officer Slager dropping his taser on the cor…  [+] (14 new replies) 07/10/2016 on 5 Statistics About Cops... 0
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#114 - ifailedmyact (07/11/2016) [-]
Don't know why you're getting thumbed down, all you showed was evidence of actual police brutality.
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#106 - dabombmanater (07/11/2016) [-]
Individual examples of something in a country of over 300 million mean nothing against statistics. I could easily find 20 examples of doctors killing patients. Should we start riots over that because all doctors are obviously evil?
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#60 - aleypal (07/11/2016) [-]
this happened here blah blah broad generalizations blah blah
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#47 - albeit (07/11/2016) [-]
Still, it isn't a race issue, it's an individual issue. We need to stop blaming society for the actions of individuals, and make them take responsibility for their own actions. Instead of rioting and calling racism, we need to call the standards police officers are held to into question, especially in regards to mental health.

People act like this is a one sided issue, but it isn't. It's a case of two individuals confronting each other who do not have the capacity to deal with the escalation of the situation. One because they grow up being told not to trust police and often refuse to cooperate and become aggressive, and the other because they aren't truly qualified for the job they are doing, at least in regards to unjustified shootings. It is a problem with the individuals, not with the police force. It only becomes a problem with the "system" when you have a police department that does not properly investigate or attempts to cover it up.

In the end, there is no winning. The criminal always becomes a glorified victim, and even if the police officer was to be found not guilty of any wrong doing, people just blame the system and call racism because they can't handle the idea that, somehow, they aren't some special victim of systematic racism, and that their shortcomings are their own damned fault.
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#83 - policexplain (07/11/2016) [-]
God damn, that was beautiful!
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#27 - SonofChuck (07/11/2016) [-]
Your right, all the evidence presented in the post is now invalid because you can point out an instance of corruption, congratulations.
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#30 - GodofTV (07/11/2016) [-]
Is that what I said, you dense little bitch?

No, I believe the point I was making is that corrupt, evil, murderous cops do exist, and to offhandedly discount the idea that some black men are murdered for very little (if any) provocation is either a form of retardation or racism - you're pick, amigo.
#77 - erble (07/11/2016) [-]
If you want to make a point, make clear what point you are making.
Now it was just a general story, and people have to assume what you wanted to convey with it.
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#54 - toosexyforyou (07/11/2016) [-]
The problem isn't that you're this fucking retarded. The problem is that there are many people like you who are this fucking retarded.
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#49 - blackmageewizardt (07/11/2016) [-]
the Problem is not that they don´t exist.

It is that BLM blames EVERY cop without evidence to be a brutal murderous psycopath that goes around and kills black People, even when they are disproven and even more so when they go around and blame White Police even when to the most part black officers where involved in cases.

They make no sense, they are true unbeliefble Retards who are such gigantic fucking assholes that when the Paris Attack happend they claimed that it took Attention away from them! They bitched about People carring for a Terrorist attack in paris!
User avatar
#85 - policexplain (07/11/2016) [-]
Also, there is a real epidemic of black people being murdered and BLM does not seem concerned at all with it. Last week, police officers encountered man who was a convicted sex offender that had been pointing a gun at people. He then fought with the officers and was shot while trying to reach for his gun. BLM immediately protested this incident. In the same week, 64 black men were murdered by other black men, just in Chicago. Not a single peep from BLM. No outrage, no protests, no vigils, not so much as a half-hearted Tweet. That is the problem with BLM, to them black lives do not matter, unless those lives are taken by white police officers.
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#122 - GodofTV (07/12/2016) [-]
We ALL know criminals killing people is bad, no one is fucking debating that, what IS a problem is that POLICE are killing unarmed people. How do you not fucking understand that? That's akin to saying "I don't know why people are making a big fuss over cops killing a little over one person a day, cancer kills 40,000 people a day!" - that isn't the fucking discussion that we're having. Obviously gang violence is terrible a needs to stop, but when the respected people who are tasked with maintaining law and order are breaking the same laws then we as a nation are fucked.

I'm not a supporter of BLM, I don't think all police are evil - I think SOME are, I think they need to screen them better, I think that is a police officer does kill an unarmed civilian with no provocation he should face a much harsher sentence than murder 1.
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#131 - policexplain (07/13/2016) [-]
You seem really upset about this "unarmed" thing. Let me learn you a thing or two, son.
1) Just because they are unarmed does not mean that they are not able to use lethal force against a police officer or another. An unarmed person might pose a deadly threat because they are significantly larger or in better shape, skilled in martial arts or combat sports, have a position of advantage, be under the influence of drugs, or be fighting with an injured officer.
2) An unarmed person who is actively reaching for or attempting to obtain a weapon is technically unarmed, but still poses an immediate lethal threat if not stopped.
3) In ever police encounter, there is at least one firearm and several other objects that can be used as deadly weapons or as incapacitating weapons which could render the officer unable to defend himself and others.
4) Some suspects are reported as unarmed, but actually pose a deadly threat due to environmental circumstances. For example, a person driving or attempting to drive a vehicle, a person holding a container of caustic chemicals, a person covered in flammable liquid or near a gasoline spill and holding a lighter, a person attempting to detonate explosives, a person carrying several large rocks after throwing one at someone, a person wearing a tool belt containing a hammer or other tools that he could readily use as deadly weapons, or because of the proximity of the suspect's associates.
5) Some suspects are armed with a replica or unloaded weapon or a toy that looks like a weapon, or they bluff that they have a weapon by concealing their hands, making furtive movements or quickly pointing an innocous object as though it was a firearm. Officers can't always tell that it's not really a weapon due to actual similarity or because of lack of perception/reaction time, and should not be obligated to wait to use force until they are mortally wounded or an innocent person is killed.

So, you ask how I can not understand that this is a problem. I understand the truth about violence, apparently, much better than you do. I'd recommend that you educate yourself about it before you continue to voice a completely ignorant opinion about "unarmed" people.

Your next point, that the cops are breaking the law, is also flawed. Everybody breaks the law here and there. Some people are evil, some people make mistakes. And that goes for every group, including the police. But the police, on the whole, are pretty damned good and when a cop seriously fucks up or is shown to be evil, it is always other cops who arrest, charge and convict them.

I have my doubts that you know what goes into getting hired as a cop, and as such I dispute the basis of your statement, "they need to screen them better." I'll invite you to do some of your own research on that topic. Go do a ride along with your local department and ask them what they have to do to get the job. Or, better yet, go apply for a cop job somewhere. Lots of places are hiring. Let me know how it works out for you.

I agree that police officers who kill people with no provocation should go away forever and/or get the death penalty. The thing is that exactly zero high profile police killings in the past several decades fit this description. Without fail, the suspects were armed or presented a disparity of force, were actively fighting or trying to flee, were wanted for a violent crime, or in a few cases were accidentally and tragically killed. If you don't commit violent crimes and you don't fight with or run from the police, your chances of being killed by a police officer are virtually nil.
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#45 - pokemonstheshiz (07/11/2016) [-]
Of course some of those do exist, no shit. The post isn't saying they don't.
#39 - "if that chance is reduced to zero by popping someone in …  [+] (2 new replies) 05/28/2016 on Dindus on the run 0
#126 - anon (05/28/2016) [-]
Yes, i also saw the Bones episode.
#78 - BloodyTurds (05/28/2016) [-]
No, but the chance in your description could be rounded to 0, since its odds are likely less than 1 in 200, that a successful 'insta'-kill Insta being relative here too, because the bullet obviously has to fly through the air.. and the brain probably lives a couple seconds after being pierced.... with no obvious dangers nearthe criminal like hostages, or explosives
#33 - Forgot to log in. Here's the full video. Additionall…  [+] (8 new replies) 05/28/2016 on Dindus on the run +17
#120 - fridayhype (05/28/2016) [-]
The guy in the gif didn't get shot because he ran, he got shot because he dropped his gun and went to fucking pick it up.
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#71 - lordtriggs (05/28/2016) [-]
he did grab the tazer though at which point the officer is allowed to use deadly force
#54 - anon (05/28/2016) [-]
No it should not, but if you are suspected of being armed and you turn around like the guy on the roadside, it's not a question of right or wrong, it's a question of protocol.

You SHOULD shoot him, he's already behaving erratically and has thrown out the option of cautious behavior, because if the cop hesitates for even a moment he could die.
#103 - anon (05/28/2016) [-]
here in EU we believe that a cop's life should never be worth more than the civilian's, as it is his job to protect it

even if the cop should fail and get wounded it is what he signed up for
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#36 - kyoutu (05/28/2016) [-]
"Running from the police should NOT be a death penalty."

Depends if its going to endanger others, innocents could die in a high speed car chase, if that chance is reduced to zero by popping someone in the head through their window then so be it.

Also desperate people take desperate measures, take hostages, etc. If you run from the police I'm not saying you deserve to die but what I am saying is you can't blame the police for taking drastic measures to ensure the safey of innocents.
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#39 - GodofTV (05/28/2016) [-]
"if that chance is reduced to zero by popping someone in the head."

Obviously you have no inkling of how a gun works. The chance of hitting someone and having no one else get hurt is NEVER zero. For instance a member of a drug cartel was executing a man, and a bone fragment from the blast hit the man who pulled the trigger, causing an infection and killing him. That's an extreme example, but if you consider missed shots (87% of all shots cops fire) then the risk is obvious.
#126 - anon (05/28/2016) [-]
Yes, i also saw the Bones episode.
#78 - BloodyTurds (05/28/2016) [-]
No, but the chance in your description could be rounded to 0, since its odds are likely less than 1 in 200, that a successful 'insta'-kill Insta being relative here too, because the bullet obviously has to fly through the air.. and the brain probably lives a couple seconds after being pierced.... with no obvious dangers nearthe criminal like hostages, or explosives
#292 - Donald Trump giving to the Hilary campaign in 2008 …  [+] (2 new replies) 05/16/2016 on Racist Trump +8
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#325 - ekairon (05/16/2016) [-]
Pretty rare to see a rational and informed viewpoint on Trump on this site. Good job
#305 - anon (05/16/2016) [-]
thank you.
#280 - The Republican ESTABLISHMENT hated him, the Republican BASE is…  [+] (5 new replies) 05/16/2016 on Racist Trump +4
#283 - anon (05/16/2016) [-]
can you provide evidence that he has changed his major political policies during his campaign?

anyone can make any claim without evidence, I can say that Bernie Sanders walks around his house wearing an SS uniform but it doesn't mean shit unless i provide a source for my assertion.
#373 - anon (05/16/2016) [-]
you got awfully quiet now, didn't you? you piece of shit
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#292 - GodofTV (05/16/2016) [-]
Donald Trump giving to the Hilary campaign in 2008
www.politico.com/story/2015/06/donald-trump-donations-democrats-hillary-clinton-119071

Here's a nice little video of Donald Trump vs. Donald Trump on a few major issues
www.nbcnews.com/meet-the-press/video/trump-vs.-trump--a-look-at-donald-trumps-evolving-positions-over-the-years-482986563581

Trump flip flopping on Torture, work VISAs, Syrian Refugees, and not over a series of years. His positions "evolved" to the complete opposite direction over months.
time.com/4249568/donald-trump-flip-flops-issues/

Here's 10 more:
www.cnn.com/2016/03/31/politics/donald-trump-positions-flip-flops/

Bitch, I could do this literally all day.
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#325 - ekairon (05/16/2016) [-]
Pretty rare to see a rational and informed viewpoint on Trump on this site. Good job
#305 - anon (05/16/2016) [-]
thank you.
#272 - That's because he used to be a self described liberal, even gi…  [+] (10 new replies) 05/16/2016 on Racist Trump +8
#316 - anon (05/16/2016) [-]
Oh, look, it's another person that thinks he is better because he is in "X" party and "Y" party is inferior.

Maybe we can talk about how Hillary has flip flopped on a bunch of issues too. Or all the lies.
#317 - anon (05/16/2016) [-]
maybe he supports Sanders.
#318 - anon (05/16/2016) [-]
Yeah, the guy that couldn't get a job until he was 40?
#277 - anon (05/16/2016) [-]
Pander to republicans... Literally all main stream repubs hated him and did everything they could to stop him. Shut the fuck up you fucking retard.
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#280 - GodofTV (05/16/2016) [-]
The Republican ESTABLISHMENT hated him, the Republican BASE is voting for him.

Actually read the post you fucking retard. Obviously you don't understand shit about shit. Who do you think is voting for him???
#283 - anon (05/16/2016) [-]
can you provide evidence that he has changed his major political policies during his campaign?

anyone can make any claim without evidence, I can say that Bernie Sanders walks around his house wearing an SS uniform but it doesn't mean shit unless i provide a source for my assertion.
#373 - anon (05/16/2016) [-]
you got awfully quiet now, didn't you? you piece of shit
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#292 - GodofTV (05/16/2016) [-]
Donald Trump giving to the Hilary campaign in 2008
www.politico.com/story/2015/06/donald-trump-donations-democrats-hillary-clinton-119071

Here's a nice little video of Donald Trump vs. Donald Trump on a few major issues
www.nbcnews.com/meet-the-press/video/trump-vs.-trump--a-look-at-donald-trumps-evolving-positions-over-the-years-482986563581

Trump flip flopping on Torture, work VISAs, Syrian Refugees, and not over a series of years. His positions "evolved" to the complete opposite direction over months.
time.com/4249568/donald-trump-flip-flops-issues/

Here's 10 more:
www.cnn.com/2016/03/31/politics/donald-trump-positions-flip-flops/

Bitch, I could do this literally all day.
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#325 - ekairon (05/16/2016) [-]
Pretty rare to see a rational and informed viewpoint on Trump on this site. Good job
#305 - anon (05/16/2016) [-]
thank you.
#257 - Refuses to show his Tax Return, which would give a solid gauge…  [+] (1 new reply) 05/14/2016 on What Trump haters actually... 0
#258 - Sunset (05/14/2016) [-]
"Tax Returns"
it says "tax rate"

"how he feels"
googling "Donald Trump net worth" shows him being listed by Google at $4,000,000,000. Forbes ( webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:g6u1oYFQ_C4J:www.forbes.com%2Fdonald-trump%2F%20&cd=3&hl=en&ct=clnk&gl=us#38536ee42834 ) says $4,500,000,000 ( webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:4r2opDe7pcQJ:www.forbes.com/forbes-400/gallery/donald-trump+&cd=2&hl=en&ct=clnk&gl=us )

"in so much debt"
you posted the wrong link
#255 - Trump doesn't have $10,000,000,000. Trump doesn't have $100,00…  [+] (3 new replies) 05/14/2016 on What Trump haters actually... 0
#256 - Sunset (05/14/2016) [-]
you make a lot of bold claims, all of which have been backed up by absolutely nothing but sheer frustration and insults. why should i take your posts in any way serious if you do not attempt to legitimize them by showing me facts?
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#257 - GodofTV (05/14/2016) [-]
Refuses to show his Tax Return, which would give a solid gauge of his net worth, like all presidential candidates do (because he's poor).

www.inquisitr.com/3093109/donald-trump-refuses-to-disclose-his-tax-rate-says-its-none-of-your-business/

Donald Trump stating that his networth is based on how he "feels"

www.newsweek.com/how-much-trump-worth-depends-how-he-feels-384720

Trump's daughter telling a story in which they passed by a homeless man and Donald said that the guy was worth more than him because he was in so much debt.

www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3328961/Donald-Trump-s-daughter-finally-breaks-silence-father-s-presidential-campaign.html

All from reliable news sources.
#258 - Sunset (05/14/2016) [-]
"Tax Returns"
it says "tax rate"

"how he feels"
googling "Donald Trump net worth" shows him being listed by Google at $4,000,000,000. Forbes ( webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:g6u1oYFQ_C4J:www.forbes.com%2Fdonald-trump%2F%20&cd=3&hl=en&ct=clnk&gl=us#38536ee42834 ) says $4,500,000,000 ( webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:4r2opDe7pcQJ:www.forbes.com/forbes-400/gallery/donald-trump+&cd=2&hl=en&ct=clnk&gl=us )

"in so much debt"
you posted the wrong link