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#110 - How does the girl not know he nut inside her? 08/29/2016 on Random shit dump pt. 13 of... +2
#20 - I always thought Death was really the only one who'd work for … 08/26/2016 on Deadpool +111
#18 - I was under the assumption that paying for sex was a hit it an…  [+] (1 new reply) 08/26/2016 on 11 0
#21 - anon (08/26/2016) [-]
That reminded me of a CRAZY story I'll include at the end. Usually, you're right about the deal. In every case, money is given before the session, and a tip is given after. The German girl was laid back, had the apartment all day, and wasn't in a rush to start. Still weird though.

In cities, the girls usually time share the place with a group of dommes (which is safer since they tend to keep one of them nearby in case things go wrong), or they book it for 2 hours on Air BnB and have the place to themselves. In both cases, there is only 5-10 minutes of talking before you begin, and if you're doing a domme session they'll ask what experiences you've had previously, and what your preferences are. One time I went for a walk in the park with a famous Japanese dominatrix who was visiting and had an open slot after me.

Since you're interested, I'll tell you a little more about how it works. Now, I pay for dominatrixes, NOT for sex, but some things should remain the same. If you're going to see them and they have several people working there, they don't do a background check. However, they do have a "two call" or "three call" system that's annoying where they call you or buzz you in at different places and observe to see if you're a cop. If I go to the girl's place, she'll ask for references. I have a lot of positive references, so I just tell them to contact X or Y, and ask about the skinny young guy with a certain obvious birthmark and I'm good.

Here's the crazy story I promised. I booked a session with an Asian domme, and arrived at a Chinese grocery store as per the directions I was given. I went down a hallway, and ended up at a marked door. I texted, and was buzzed in. I open the door, and I arrive at a caged elevator. There are two cameras pointed at me, and a voice says "get in". I get in, and the elevator goes up a few floors. The door to the stairwell is locked. I open the elevator door to be greeted by another camera and a blank wall. A box comes out of the wall and they say on the speaker, "license". I put my license in the box, wait a good 5 minutes, and I'm told that I cleared. A door to the right opens and a naked Asian girl with knee length hair fucking sprints down the hallway. Laughter on the speaker, "you weren't supposed to see that. Enter door #3, wait for further instructions". I go into a super small room big enough for 3 people, and there is another camera on me and a speaker system. "Put your phone into the metal bag and zip it up. Put your wallet and all other personal belongings into the black bag underneath". After following the instruction, I hear "strip down!". I take of everything but my boxers and stand there for a minute. "Everything!" a girl says through the speaker. I'm now naked in a very small room, and after a few minutes of waiting they tell me the door has been unlocked (I didn't know they had locked me in) and to walk down the hallway into room C. I get to the room, and 10 minutes later an Asian domme comes out and we begin the session.
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#44 - Why doesn't Ash rebattle the old leagues? Why can't he just redo them?  [+] (1 new reply) 08/22/2016 on The League 0
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#51 - quotes (08/22/2016) [-]
thats the think nintendo doesnt get
this season they are redesigning pokemon for region type looks which is a cool gimmick i guess but for the tv show it be so easy to go back to an old league. he can meet old friends and have shenanagans maybe win maybe lose and all the episodes are basically free to write and you wouldnt need 200 new pokemon for it.
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#114 - Is the cop just scott free from any consequence? He was a dang…  [+] (8 new replies) 08/20/2016 on Kid escapes police cruiser... +2
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#134 - deathpawz (08/21/2016) [-]
Hey man, it was prob an accident, people make mistakes.
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#165 - haroldsaxon (08/21/2016) [-]
A person hitting a tree because he was drunk, or because he was watching something behind him is still an accident. People get arrested for murder because they made a mistake which allowed for them to be caught. This doesn't remove responsibility.

I don't drive when the sun is very low during certain times of year as I am a bit sensitive to light. "Why did you drive straight into the oncoming car?" "It's alright officer, the sun made me practically blind so it was out of my control."
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#215 - policexplain (08/21/2016) [-]
Okay, so he was transporting a prisoner and got distracted when he saw the prisoner trying to escape. His options were (a) speed up and get to the jail faster to get help, or (b) stop and deal with the escape attempt by himself on a busy roadway. Both options are reasonable but both expose the officer, prisoner and the public to some degree of additional danger. He made a reasonable decision, took a reasonable risk and shit happened. It's an entirely different situation from choosing to get drunk and drive or choosing to pay attention to innocuous things behind you while driving.
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#216 - haroldsaxon (08/21/2016) [-]
I believe driving to the side and stopping would be the correct choice. There are many reasons for why you might pay attention to something else than the road, all usually valid to the driver at the time. Ultimately, however, the blame is on the driver, though how much varies from time to time. It is also preferable to let the prisoner escape than to risk a road accident.

I also want to make myself clear; I commented in opposition to the dilly argument "people make mistakes." I don't want a lynch mob after the officer. I favor a thorough evaluation followed by what is deemed the proper response.
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#225 - policexplain (08/21/2016) [-]
That would have been the correct choice until the prisoner escaped and got hit by a car, stayed in the car and set it on fire or otherwise hurt himself, overpowered the officer got his gun and killed him, or a drunk driver hit the patrol car on the side of the road. Those are all 'what ifs,' but they are all legitimate. The situation should be judged by what is reasonable for the officer to have known at the time, based on the totality of the circumstance, not on 20/20 hindsight of what "should" have been done.

Ultimately, a driver is responsible for any collision, but doesn't mean that a driver has to be at fault for the accident. A person operating a vehicle responsibly hits a deer that runs in front of his car. The airbag deploys, the driver loses control and hits a bicyclist, killing him. The driver and the bicyclist are responsible, but neither is at fault for the collision; it was an accident. If your passenger attacks you and causes you to lose control of the vehicle, the passenger is at fault. If a custody escapes his cuffs and tries to set the car on fire, the custody is at fault for the accident.

That doesn't mean that there shouldn't be an investigation or that the officer shouldn't be held responsible, if he was doing something unreasonable. But that determination will need to be made based on the totality of the circumstances, which we don't have right now. Based only on what we know now, the officer's actions seem reasonable and the fault appears to lie with the custody.
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#226 - haroldsaxon (08/21/2016) [-]
We don't have all the facts, and is why I want a thorough evaluation. A lot of factors goes into how heavily he will be punished, if at all. This is likely his first traffic incident, which matter a lot. Regardless, there certainly shouldn't be a third incident.

Also, most of your "scenarios" are complete BS and you know it. Any good driver wouldn't have crashed in his scenario, but he's in good company.
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#228 - policexplain (08/22/2016) [-]
We seem to be on the same page with regards to an investigation.

Those scenarios aren't BS. The truth is that officers are scrutinized any time something goes wrong, even if their actions were reasonable. If he had stopped and any of those things happened, people would be asking why he didn't just get to the jail to get help. Cops are frequently called upon to make quick decisions in chaotic situations and they're blamed when the outcome isn't perfect, even if their actions were completely reasonable.
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#126 - menown (08/20/2016) [-]
I dunno. All I know is the cop was released from the hospital.

Driving is a pretty scary thing. You can trust yourself all you want, it doesn't mean the other guy won't be a shitty driver. The fact the guy didn't die during this is something else. It would have been very bad for the department.
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