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Date Signed Up:3/11/2013
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#15 - i always wonder... if those villains were so vain and reacted …  [+] (2 replies) 7 hours ago on Mind of Penguin +7
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#21 - akkere (50 minutes ago) [-]
People like Cobblepot have a lot of lucrative operations under tow, and not all of his acts were entirely dysfunctional. The liquor store - even if it wasn't placed with optimal location in mind - will still bring him at least a paltry sum. The restaurant is property which Penguin can repurpose as a storage location to move 'product', or even just simply set up an entirely new business (hell, even another restaurant with just a fresh roster of staff) for money laundering.
Other things could've simply been done by pressuring public officials; the deportation, the annexation and demolition of the park (putting the cost on tax dollars instead of his own pocket), etc.

Besides, it's not like Cobblepot would do this to every Joe or Jane that laughs at his big nose; he'd probably just simply have them shot or stabbed on the way home. Cases like the Chef or higher profile would require stuff like that seen in the comic however, and while labor intensive it is to plan all of this, I'd wager these schemes aren't enacted inefficiently or without some degree of recoup in mind.
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#18 - Wimbles (3 hours ago) [-]
Penguin values himself and the respect he receives more than anything, his money being mostly from criminal activities. It's the illusion of high society he nurtures the most, believing himself part of the upper crust.

The low self esteem and criminal way cross with his delusion often, leading to situations like this. The women he is with was even from a slave market (or black market in general) and doesn't realise how evil he is, seeing him as her savior.
#9 - to be honest both of them are right. too many people …  [+] (4 replies) 09/26/2016 on She says black people are... +5
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#19 - affix (09/26/2016) [-]
Are the police not trained that well? Or do they have to deal with some really fucked up shit like a seemingly unarmed man, shooting two cops in three seconds. Raw Bodycam Videos Of OfficerInvolved Shooting In Savannah Georgia
#31 - kanedam (09/27/2016) [-]
those are circumstances that can always happen.
unpredictable behaviour of people doesnt indicate that officers are trained well.

the moves they use, the way they are trained... a lot of the methods, techniques, and so on that a us policeman learns are outdated and in many other countries there have been better solutions found. there really is no basis to argue against that since it is internationally known and foreigners are frequently brought to us police stations to at least give "quick courses" to help the us police get better. but they arent really reforming the police training. its a shame... many good people are in blue, but they dont get the same good training as they did earlier. (same happened to austria, 15years ago the system of training was changed and the police have gotten much rougher and less able to deescalate here)
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#28 - ninjabadger (09/27/2016) [-]
Majority of people have absolutely no idea about how quickly things like this happen, and how quickly officers have to make life changing decisions. The fact that people are so unpredictable doesn't help, and when a certain minority has been known to use violence against officers for next to no reason (as seen here), you can see why it puts them on edge in those situations. A lot of these guys (and gals) have families too, they have every right to be thorough and cautious with people.
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#20 - affix (09/26/2016) [-]
Starts at 1:52
#69 - Picture 09/25/2016 on not me 0
#45 - could someone who's not a complete retard and anon coward expl…  [+] (24 replies) 09/25/2016 on PSA +45
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#145 - whitechino (09/26/2016) [-]
>>#43
#78 - anon (09/25/2016) [-]
It wouldve allowed individual citizens the ability to sue the government of the saudi government for their involvement in 9/11. The bill passed unamimously in both houses but was vetoed by the president. Probably because it sets the precedent allowing a citizen to sue a nation, just doesn't really work like that in the world court.
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#61 - thedugster (09/25/2016) [-]
9/11 bill was suppose to allow americans who suffered in the 9/11 attack sue saudi arabia, even though theres no international court that would allow them to do that. It was a terrible idea
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#51 - RyudenTamarashi (09/25/2016) [-]
They elected a Muslim to be their president.

Thats about it.
#48 - anon (09/25/2016) [-]
Propaganda for people to use to hate Barack Obama. None of this was actually said just made up by haters.
#72 - slias (09/25/2016) [-]
He did veto the 9/11 bill though, which would've allowed US victims of the 9/11 attack to seek reparations from the Saudis.
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#96 - ritzrules (09/25/2016) [-]
Unless I've been absent from the world since 2001, I'm fairly certain Saudi Arabia wasn't responsible for 9/11. Saddling them with reparations for an act of terrorism they didn't commit and a war they didn't start seems pretty fucking unfair if you ask me. Didn't we do the same thing to Germany in WW1?
#101 - slias (09/25/2016) [-]
It's unknown to what extent, or indeed if, the Saudi Arabian government had a role in the 9/11 terror attacks. What we do know is that the majority of the attackers were Saudis and that some had links to companies that are associated with Saudi royalty. It's something that should be explored and if it is discovered that the Saudi Arabian government were involved should the victims not be allowed to seek reparations?
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#102 - ritzrules (09/25/2016) [-]
Yes, if it is discovered that the Saudi Arabian government were involved. I don't think we should be so hasty to pursue reparations until that discovery is made though.
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#104 - greyhoundfd (09/26/2016) [-]
In the 28-page report released a few months ago out of one of the Alphabet Agencies (CIA I'm fairly certain) it was detailed that the 9/11 hijackers had repeatedly met with Saudi intelligence handlers, though for what reason it was not stated. In response, people demanded to be allowed to sue Saudi Arabia but according to globalists like Mr Barack up there, our Allies in Arms(TM) must be protected.
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#87 - sonicthefast (09/25/2016) [-]
I may not know much, but I'm fairly certain that trying to enforce those claims would lead to another war.

#91 - slias (09/25/2016) [-]
The Saudis would never declare war on the United States of America. That would just be sheer insanity, they'd lose for starters and the US are their strongest ally.
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#92 - sonicthefast (09/25/2016) [-]
Okay, but for the claims to be enforced without the Saudis just giving the US the middle finger would likely require offensive military action either way, the US would be shit on by even more people
#95 - slias (09/25/2016) [-]
The Saudis have major investments in the US and other western markets, they'd lose far more by souring their relations with the American government then they would by following through with the legal claims. Furthermore the US are currently providing support for the Saudi intervention in Yemen.
#138 - salat (09/26/2016) [-]
Than*
#59 - thiswhouldbeblueby (09/25/2016) [-]
Thank god that there still is some sanity around here.
#46 - knucklesmcfisted (09/25/2016) [-]
We elected a Muslim to be our president.

Thats about it.
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#50 - lolollo (09/25/2016) [-]
> could someone who's not a complete retard

Listen m8
#54 - knucklesmcfisted (09/25/2016) [-]
>listen m8

3 people have now told you the same thing

listen m8
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#55 - lolollo (09/25/2016) [-]
A retarded thing stated by 3 people doesn't magically make it unretarded. It makes the 3 people who said it retarded.
#70 - lolollo (09/25/2016) [-]
Well this is enlightening. Do you know what's happening? Obama is advocating for a removal of pettiness, prejudice, and hate so that we, as a country, can work to help those who need it. You lot then took a quote from it out of context for the sake of slandering that ideal.

Your opinion is invalid, because your opinion is on something completely irrelevant to what's being discussed in the speech.

I just knew that's what the real concern was. You lot don't like getting called out for your shitty behaviors.

Like children.
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#115 - shinycharizard (09/26/2016) [-]
You know what's destructive and goes against America and all its values? Islam. In the video, Obama is seen supporting Islam.

I'm so sorry that you're so mentally underdeveloped that you have to go undergo Olympic-level mental gymnastics to find a way to spin the issue in your favor via virtue signaling and mental grandstanding.
#119 - lolollo (09/26/2016) [-]
It's not spinning the issue. He made 3 separate statements going over "intolerance bad, tolerance good" BEFORE making the comment about people going against Islam. How far is your head up your own ass that you seriously believe that's "Olympic level spinning"?

You're wrong about this one. Fucking deal with it.
#42 - not american here someone care to explain?  [+] (26 replies) 09/25/2016 on PSA +5
#43 - anon (09/25/2016) [-]
We elected a Muslim to be our president.

Thats about it.
#45 - kanedam (09/25/2016) [-]
could someone who's not a complete retard and anon coward explain to me what its all about?
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#145 - whitechino (09/26/2016) [-]
>>#43
#78 - anon (09/25/2016) [-]
It wouldve allowed individual citizens the ability to sue the government of the saudi government for their involvement in 9/11. The bill passed unamimously in both houses but was vetoed by the president. Probably because it sets the precedent allowing a citizen to sue a nation, just doesn't really work like that in the world court.
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#61 - thedugster (09/25/2016) [-]
9/11 bill was suppose to allow americans who suffered in the 9/11 attack sue saudi arabia, even though theres no international court that would allow them to do that. It was a terrible idea
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#51 - RyudenTamarashi (09/25/2016) [-]
They elected a Muslim to be their president.

Thats about it.
#48 - anon (09/25/2016) [-]
Propaganda for people to use to hate Barack Obama. None of this was actually said just made up by haters.
#72 - slias (09/25/2016) [-]
He did veto the 9/11 bill though, which would've allowed US victims of the 9/11 attack to seek reparations from the Saudis.
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#96 - ritzrules (09/25/2016) [-]
Unless I've been absent from the world since 2001, I'm fairly certain Saudi Arabia wasn't responsible for 9/11. Saddling them with reparations for an act of terrorism they didn't commit and a war they didn't start seems pretty fucking unfair if you ask me. Didn't we do the same thing to Germany in WW1?
#101 - slias (09/25/2016) [-]
It's unknown to what extent, or indeed if, the Saudi Arabian government had a role in the 9/11 terror attacks. What we do know is that the majority of the attackers were Saudis and that some had links to companies that are associated with Saudi royalty. It's something that should be explored and if it is discovered that the Saudi Arabian government were involved should the victims not be allowed to seek reparations?
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#102 - ritzrules (09/25/2016) [-]
Yes, if it is discovered that the Saudi Arabian government were involved. I don't think we should be so hasty to pursue reparations until that discovery is made though.
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#104 - greyhoundfd (09/26/2016) [-]
In the 28-page report released a few months ago out of one of the Alphabet Agencies (CIA I'm fairly certain) it was detailed that the 9/11 hijackers had repeatedly met with Saudi intelligence handlers, though for what reason it was not stated. In response, people demanded to be allowed to sue Saudi Arabia but according to globalists like Mr Barack up there, our Allies in Arms(TM) must be protected.
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#87 - sonicthefast (09/25/2016) [-]
I may not know much, but I'm fairly certain that trying to enforce those claims would lead to another war.

#91 - slias (09/25/2016) [-]
The Saudis would never declare war on the United States of America. That would just be sheer insanity, they'd lose for starters and the US are their strongest ally.
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#92 - sonicthefast (09/25/2016) [-]
Okay, but for the claims to be enforced without the Saudis just giving the US the middle finger would likely require offensive military action either way, the US would be shit on by even more people
#95 - slias (09/25/2016) [-]
The Saudis have major investments in the US and other western markets, they'd lose far more by souring their relations with the American government then they would by following through with the legal claims. Furthermore the US are currently providing support for the Saudi intervention in Yemen.
#138 - salat (09/26/2016) [-]
Than*
#59 - thiswhouldbeblueby (09/25/2016) [-]
Thank god that there still is some sanity around here.
#46 - knucklesmcfisted (09/25/2016) [-]
We elected a Muslim to be our president.

Thats about it.
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#50 - lolollo (09/25/2016) [-]
> could someone who's not a complete retard

Listen m8
#54 - knucklesmcfisted (09/25/2016) [-]
>listen m8

3 people have now told you the same thing

listen m8
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#55 - lolollo (09/25/2016) [-]
A retarded thing stated by 3 people doesn't magically make it unretarded. It makes the 3 people who said it retarded.
#70 - lolollo (09/25/2016) [-]
Well this is enlightening. Do you know what's happening? Obama is advocating for a removal of pettiness, prejudice, and hate so that we, as a country, can work to help those who need it. You lot then took a quote from it out of context for the sake of slandering that ideal.

Your opinion is invalid, because your opinion is on something completely irrelevant to what's being discussed in the speech.

I just knew that's what the real concern was. You lot don't like getting called out for your shitty behaviors.

Like children.
User avatar
#115 - shinycharizard (09/26/2016) [-]
You know what's destructive and goes against America and all its values? Islam. In the video, Obama is seen supporting Islam.

I'm so sorry that you're so mentally underdeveloped that you have to go undergo Olympic-level mental gymnastics to find a way to spin the issue in your favor via virtue signaling and mental grandstanding.
#119 - lolollo (09/26/2016) [-]
It's not spinning the issue. He made 3 separate statements going over "intolerance bad, tolerance good" BEFORE making the comment about people going against Islam. How far is your head up your own ass that you seriously believe that's "Olympic level spinning"?

You're wrong about this one. Fucking deal with it.
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