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|#118 - It's a government conspiracy to force November birthdays.||02/02/2016 on waste his time 2016||0|
|#11 - Not a feminist. Free Inhabitant, it's different thing. A movem… [+] (36 new replies)||02/02/2016 on Feminist gets arrested||+610|
#164 - stinkbugfrick (02/02/2016) [-]
They're just as stupid as the feminists, believing in made up horse shit. She's so fucking annoying all I want to do is back her head against the car, have some hobo rape her, then cut her stomach open and hang her up by her own intestines as an example for those cunts.
#139 - thedungeonmaster (02/02/2016) [-]
I haven't looked into this and it's probably a dumb question, but do they actually have any shred of right to do this? Like is free inhabitant an actual thing or is it just a bunch of (most likely) legally retarded people who think it's a thing? I only ask because I would lose my mind if I ever heard of this girl suing the cop and winning.
#203 - anon (02/02/2016) [-]
As far as I know, it references the Articles of Confederation, which is the no-longer-applicable precursor to the Constitution. She may as well be saying that under the laws imposed by George III apply to her; it's the same time period and very equally not relevant to the US.
#155 - ellojello (02/02/2016) [-]
No, my comment >#150 has the full text of the section of the Articles of Confederation that she is referencing. All it did was let Free Inhabitants (i.e. not slaves) travel between states unimpeded. It made the States into the first Union which behaved more like the EU does today rather than the USA we know now. The USA we know now was established by a new Constitution in 1789 which completely superseded the AoC, so she is referencing something that isn't even in place now anyway.
#143 - anon (02/02/2016) [-]
No. 100% No, I don't remember why precisely but the gist of it is that waaaaaaay back with the constitution or something, there where something called "Free inhabitants" who could travel between the states and trade freely without being part of any single state, however the something something has since made parts (or all of the consitution) completely irrelevant (legally speaking)
#107 - anon (02/02/2016) [-]
#180 - anon (02/02/2016) [-]
Just Right Wing.
#43 - anon (02/02/2016) [-]
problem with this is......laws protecting them is also not applied. So technically you can rob or injure a free inhabitant and the police have no obligation to help them. works both ways
#154 - anon (02/02/2016) [-]
Not dissimilar to the concept of "Outlaws"
#86 - anon (02/02/2016) [-]
#12 - sirinsanity (02/02/2016) [-]
Well shit, you learn something new new everyday.
|#4 - Picture [+] (1 new reply)||02/02/2016 on Hacker||+4|
|#25 - I have to say I've never been called out on any of those stupi… [+] (2 new replies)||01/21/2016 on This should cheer you up||+10|
#28 - theugandanhero (01/21/2016) [-]
Starting arguments for the sake of arguing
Like, no one cares about the Kardashian family anymore. But if you go onto Facebook, they'll be in the "trending" window at least 4-5 times a week, so that they can tell people something "controversial" is happening when it really isn't.
|#13 - Looks like them Duke boys are in a heap o' trouble.||01/20/2016 on Carrier Testing Catapult...||+18|
|#47 - It could be very old, back when the dangers of x-rays weren't … [+] (3 new replies)||01/19/2016 on Thank Mr. Skeltal||0|
#91 - ironguy (01/20/2016) [-]
They are using 3d models.
Dont be sad.
|#40 - This is not the news.||01/14/2016 on Sensible Censorship||0|
|#16 - Yeah, there's nothing feminazi about that story at all. People…||01/12/2016 on Social Norms||+1|
|#53 - Plot twist: they're men.||01/12/2016 on yin & yang||0|
|#6 - All elevators have a roof hatch, but it can almost never be op…||01/12/2016 on Trapped in Elevator for 41...||+9|
|#3 - I had a psychology teacher who would get right up next to slee… [+] (1 new reply)||01/12/2016 on teacher doingitright...||0|
|#10 - Don't worry, it takes a lot to actually get lead poisoning. Yo… [+] (2 new replies)||01/10/2016 on OP fucked up||+5|
|#18 - Wow. I found this in the sources: A very thorou…||01/09/2016 on What Did This Man Do For...||0|
|#3 - It must be top gear.||01/08/2016 on oh mercy||-1|
|#42 - Only partially. This is embellished quite heavily. … [+] (1 new reply)||01/08/2016 on Which Slaves Cost More?||+42|
#77 - anon (01/08/2016) [-]
The indentured servants thing is BS. Get your info from any black historian and they'll tell you that it's a way to downplay white slavery and make black slavery seem worse. Black historians will tell you that. White historians plagued with guilt and black "dindunuffins" will tell you otherwise because the history of slavery has to be blackwashed to make whites guilty and please black ignorance.
|#67 - I didn't like beer the first few times I tried it. But on occa…||01/08/2016 on When you're challenged at...||0|
|#10 - Apparently "no" means "of" in japanese. … [+] (3 new replies)||01/08/2016 on tfw no oc||+6|
#11 - noobtankz (01/08/2016) [-]
It's actually a lot more than that, but that's the simple way to put it yeah. It's more used to connect two nouns together. It's a possessive particle and is the difference between I name is and my name is. (watashi namae wa vs watashi no namae wa) But it's usage is rather wide. But the more correct, simple way, is it's a possessive particle. it makes X own Y.
|#4 - Is this actually a real life problem? You'd think it wouldn't … [+] (1 new reply)||01/03/2016 on All That Sarcasm||0|
|#4 - Something I'd expect from Bernard Black.||01/03/2016 on A Toast!||0|
|#7 - I wonder if this would actually work. [+] (3 new replies)||01/02/2016 on Rolls Royce||+10|
#21 - notafunnyguy (01/02/2016) [-]
Banks don't actually take your collateral into their possession until you default on your loan. By then, interest rates and mised payments fees would be costing you hundreds and it would take about 4-6 months of missed payments for the banks to reclaim collateral.
So short answer, no, it wouldn't. If every person getting a loan had to park their car with the bank after getting a loan, nobody would put their car as collateral.
|#140 - what the hell was he trying to accomplish? how did they figure…||01/01/2016 on Stupid is as stupid does||0|
|#15 - The chances of this actually being upheld in court is extremel… [+] (2 new replies)||12/29/2015 on Still think we should just...||0|
|#7 - "gimme all your--- uh, oh. ****."||12/29/2015 on Not Today||+1|
|#67 - A dubious accomplishment but impressive nonetheless.||12/29/2015 on Pretty impressive||0|
|#3 - I bought a box of blueberries the other day and they have no f…||12/28/2015 on Blueberries||0|
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