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|#9 - but damn son if im gonna blow 50k on education i wanna see som… [+] (1 new reply)||09/20/2015 on (untitled)||+6|
|#83 - maybe if you didnt blow all your tax money on military and ine… [+] (1 new reply)||09/20/2015 on Good Ol' Fins on a Fish||-1|
|#19 - erm because i got the notification and its my profile, why a…||09/20/2015 on adrilazzaro's profile||0|
|#17 - you are actually so sad lol, you literally took the time and e… [+] (2 new replies)||09/20/2015 on adrilazzaro's profile||0|
|#7 - I get the points that it's only a small minority of cops who a… [+] (35 new replies)||09/17/2015 on Well trained and...||+63|
#109 - anon (09/17/2015) [-]
All cops are seen as corrupt, violent, racists these days though. I really don't think there's a problem with covering things up, if anything we're getting too much information. It's like with natural distastes. People are all like "oh lawd there are so many natural disasters, it is truly the end of days", no, it's just that you've got the 24 hour news cycle and the internet now so you see every one. There were disasters aplenty before, you just didn't know about it. I'm not saying that anyone that does a bad thing shouldn't see justice, cop or no, but there's a serious problem right now with people mistrusting police and not only is it making their job harder (and making them less happy to do their job when everyone hates them) but it's hurting the public as well. The cops aren't getting called when they should, or when they do show up they don't want to do their job for fear for getting sued or ending up on the wrong side of the media hive mind. People need to realize that there's no crisis of cop racism, corruption or violence, it's just a few bad apples and some grey areas, like idiots not doing what the cop asks and getting themselves punched or tazed or shot because the officer felt threatened.
#52 - anon (09/17/2015) [-]
I would say staying quiet makes you a bad cop
#121 - jibb (09/17/2015) [-]
Yeah, I collected them from several pages which focus on stuff like this.
Of course, it is based, but it would just be too much effort to find the articles on the same incidents from other papers. Some of these don't even make it to mainstream media.
I have gathered sources in a word doc, here's a link:
#102 - anon (09/17/2015) [-]
>posting headlines instead of actual source
#86 - anon (09/17/2015) [-]
I will take logic for 100, Alex.
Selecting examples that prove your point while ignoring others that do not.
What is the cherry picking fallacy?
take a guess what I am trying to say
#110 - jibb (09/17/2015) [-]
Of course these are cherry picked, but these are just a fraction of examples showing where the mainstream media are silent, and how often this shit occurs.
I mean, 85 % of these articles are published within the last 3 weeks.
Doesn't that alone prove the point how too much of the american police are crooked?
#115 - hanabro (09/17/2015) [-]
This is 69 occurrences over three weeks, spread all over the country. That's absolutely miniscule compared to all the properly handled situations police officers have done in the same time frame. I live just north of a town of about 25,000 people. In Mason City, Iowa, in the last 7 days, there were 525 times the police were sent to handle a call. Over the time frame of three weeks, that's an estimated 1575 calls. Compared to THAT, 69 is pretty insignificant, let alone for all times all across the country.
Mistakes will always be made. Situations will always be mishandled. Unfortunately, despite what the "FUK DA POLIS" retards think, cops are people, and they fuck things up, just like anyone else would. Seeing a few headlines about cops fucking up, and then claiming that we have an epidemic of bad cops and it's a huge problem, especially when the hard numbers show just how completely insignificant police corruption actually IS, is just stupid.
#12 - xgolgothax (09/17/2015) [-]
We shouldn't remain quiet about the bad ones, but we don't need to go insane over every little thing and paint any event as a huge social injustice before the facts have even been determined.
There just needs to be more consistent punishment for the ones that are convicted of a crime, consistent and severe. There need to be enhancement laws for being an officer of the law just like there are enhancement laws for repeat offenders.
for those that don't know, enhancement law is something thats used to give a stiffer punishment than what is ordinarily allowed for a crime.
#26 - cannonkc (09/17/2015) [-]
A problem I see regularly in Chicago is cops are scared to even do their jobs because of the outcry of the public. They can get sued and lose their job over doing basic tasks on their job. Even a black cops arresting a black teen, people shout racism. A cop tazing a knife-wielding man that just stabbed someone is considered brutality. It's ridiculous.
#23 - tomthehippie (09/17/2015) [-]
The biggest thing is that investigating LEOs needs to be taken out of the hands of local DA's and LEO agencies. This is where most bad cops get let off, even IA officers still feel bad about investigating a cop, and DA's need good relations with the LEOs, so often they reduce the charge or just handle the case poorly so the cop gets off, or at worst gets hit with a reduced sentence.
|#10 - fortune inherited, multiple times gone bankrupt business man* [+] (3 new replies)||09/13/2015 on Can't Stump the Trump||-1|
#15 - shinycharizard (09/13/2015) [-]
Trump inherited an estimated $40 million to $200 million
According to this calculator, someone invested in S&P500 would get a return of 1600% from 1980 to 2015. dqydj.net/sp-500-return-calculator/
Even using the high estimate of $200 M, he'd end up with only $3.2 Billion, compared to his current net worth of $4Billion. And he did this in construction companies, not wall street schemes. A low estimate would be $640 Million.
People like to talk about his failures and bankruptcies as if that never happens in business. 80% of all businesses fail. Investors know the risks when investing. Even if 80% of Trump's businesses failed he'd simply be an average business owner.
The people downplaying his success are generally ignorant or jealous.
#20 - cupotruth (09/13/2015) [-]
If he becomes president it's going to be fucking hilarious and he might accidentally do some good, sure he's an asshole but he probably won't make any major social bills so that might be left up to the states like it usually is.
I expect little change and many keks from him at this point, though I am worried about foreign affairs.
And who knows? He might actually do something about the massive amounts of government spending.
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|#29 - Well quite honestly it's not like it's much different in Ameri…||09/10/2015 on HERE WE GO AGAIN||+1|
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