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#114285 - Yes, I assumed you had a few examples in mind to combat people…  [+] (7 new replies) 04/25/2016 on Politics - politics news,... 0
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#114286 - theism (04/25/2016) [-]
People are concerned over civil forfeiture, increased militarization of police, "stop and frisk" programs. People also feel that there are institutional problems in certain jurisdictions. After the Michael Brown incident (not in reference to the shooting itself) as I understand there were corruptions discovered.
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#114295 - marinepenguin (04/26/2016) [-]
Those are all direct results of the "war in drugs" which I have said I'm for ending. Even my small town police force got an old decommissioned Humvee and MRAP, which they mainly use for publicity reasons.

And I think a varying degree of corruption within any sort of position of power is to be expected. I haven't heard of any sort of corruption within the Mike Brown case, but I haven't kept up on it either.
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#114296 - theism (04/26/2016) [-]
There were distinct issues with the way Darren Wilson was tried (I don't recall the specifics, though I do think his use of force was justified, assuming the police autopsy was accurate). And I believe there were greater issues with the department.
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#114299 - marinepenguin (04/26/2016) [-]
I see, as for Wilson himself, I believe his shooting of Brown was justified. At least in the military, we operate under COI and the 8 preconditions for deadly force. COI stands for Capability does the individual have the ability to seriously or fatally harm you?, Opportunity is the individual within effect range to harm you , Intent the attitude and previous actions of the individual that can be used to predict immediate violence against you . And then Defense of Self is the precondition the officer would be operating under.
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#114301 - theism (04/26/2016) [-]
Yeah, following the police autopsy brown was shot in the front with powder residue on his hand, strong evidence he was reaching for the gun. However in the prosecution the prosecutor simply didn't try.
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#114302 - marinepenguin (04/26/2016) [-]
That's because I believe the case was an open and shut one. The evidence against Mike Brown was overwhelming and the event sounds like one I was specifically trained on handling in simulations, that are meant to be obvious in using deadly force. I don't think corruption was involved, at least to the point that Wilson was going to get out of any possible trouble.
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#114303 - theism (04/26/2016) [-]
Still though it's the prosecutions job to present the evidence so it's odd when they don't.
#114283 - What would this be referring to?  [+] (9 new replies) 04/25/2016 on Politics - politics news,... 0
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#114284 - theism (04/25/2016) [-]
You said you no longer feel police reform is an important issue.
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#114285 - marinepenguin (04/25/2016) [-]
Yes, I assumed you had a few examples in mind to combat people saying it isn't necessary.

Police reform in what manner? Usage of Force? Conduction of traffic stops? The tools with which Force is used? More extensive training in areas like mental health? Law enforcement is an extremely broad category where many things could be amended.

Right now the popular thing to criticize police on is usage of Force, which in most cases I side with police on, and doesn't need to be reformed. There are a few instances where police use excessive force, and they should be punished accordingly, but I don't think it occurs at a rate that would have require police reform.
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#114286 - theism (04/25/2016) [-]
People are concerned over civil forfeiture, increased militarization of police, "stop and frisk" programs. People also feel that there are institutional problems in certain jurisdictions. After the Michael Brown incident (not in reference to the shooting itself) as I understand there were corruptions discovered.
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#114295 - marinepenguin (04/26/2016) [-]
Those are all direct results of the "war in drugs" which I have said I'm for ending. Even my small town police force got an old decommissioned Humvee and MRAP, which they mainly use for publicity reasons.

And I think a varying degree of corruption within any sort of position of power is to be expected. I haven't heard of any sort of corruption within the Mike Brown case, but I haven't kept up on it either.
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#114296 - theism (04/26/2016) [-]
There were distinct issues with the way Darren Wilson was tried (I don't recall the specifics, though I do think his use of force was justified, assuming the police autopsy was accurate). And I believe there were greater issues with the department.
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#114299 - marinepenguin (04/26/2016) [-]
I see, as for Wilson himself, I believe his shooting of Brown was justified. At least in the military, we operate under COI and the 8 preconditions for deadly force. COI stands for Capability does the individual have the ability to seriously or fatally harm you?, Opportunity is the individual within effect range to harm you , Intent the attitude and previous actions of the individual that can be used to predict immediate violence against you . And then Defense of Self is the precondition the officer would be operating under.
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#114301 - theism (04/26/2016) [-]
Yeah, following the police autopsy brown was shot in the front with powder residue on his hand, strong evidence he was reaching for the gun. However in the prosecution the prosecutor simply didn't try.
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#114302 - marinepenguin (04/26/2016) [-]
That's because I believe the case was an open and shut one. The evidence against Mike Brown was overwhelming and the event sounds like one I was specifically trained on handling in simulations, that are meant to be obvious in using deadly force. I don't think corruption was involved, at least to the point that Wilson was going to get out of any possible trouble.
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#114303 - theism (04/26/2016) [-]
Still though it's the prosecutions job to present the evidence so it's odd when they don't.
#114280 - Before going through law enforcement training, I would have sa…  [+] (12 new replies) 04/25/2016 on Politics - politics news,... 0
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#114281 - theism (04/25/2016) [-]
So you feel that there are no areas od the country where the law enforcement acts outside it's proper role.
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#114282 - theism (04/25/2016) [-]
?*
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#114283 - marinepenguin (04/25/2016) [-]
What would this be referring to?
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#114284 - theism (04/25/2016) [-]
You said you no longer feel police reform is an important issue.
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#114285 - marinepenguin (04/25/2016) [-]
Yes, I assumed you had a few examples in mind to combat people saying it isn't necessary.

Police reform in what manner? Usage of Force? Conduction of traffic stops? The tools with which Force is used? More extensive training in areas like mental health? Law enforcement is an extremely broad category where many things could be amended.

Right now the popular thing to criticize police on is usage of Force, which in most cases I side with police on, and doesn't need to be reformed. There are a few instances where police use excessive force, and they should be punished accordingly, but I don't think it occurs at a rate that would have require police reform.
User avatar
#114286 - theism (04/25/2016) [-]
People are concerned over civil forfeiture, increased militarization of police, "stop and frisk" programs. People also feel that there are institutional problems in certain jurisdictions. After the Michael Brown incident (not in reference to the shooting itself) as I understand there were corruptions discovered.
User avatar
#114295 - marinepenguin (04/26/2016) [-]
Those are all direct results of the "war in drugs" which I have said I'm for ending. Even my small town police force got an old decommissioned Humvee and MRAP, which they mainly use for publicity reasons.

And I think a varying degree of corruption within any sort of position of power is to be expected. I haven't heard of any sort of corruption within the Mike Brown case, but I haven't kept up on it either.
User avatar
#114296 - theism (04/26/2016) [-]
There were distinct issues with the way Darren Wilson was tried (I don't recall the specifics, though I do think his use of force was justified, assuming the police autopsy was accurate). And I believe there were greater issues with the department.
User avatar
#114299 - marinepenguin (04/26/2016) [-]
I see, as for Wilson himself, I believe his shooting of Brown was justified. At least in the military, we operate under COI and the 8 preconditions for deadly force. COI stands for Capability does the individual have the ability to seriously or fatally harm you?, Opportunity is the individual within effect range to harm you , Intent the attitude and previous actions of the individual that can be used to predict immediate violence against you . And then Defense of Self is the precondition the officer would be operating under.
User avatar
#114301 - theism (04/26/2016) [-]
Yeah, following the police autopsy brown was shot in the front with powder residue on his hand, strong evidence he was reaching for the gun. However in the prosecution the prosecutor simply didn't try.
User avatar
#114302 - marinepenguin (04/26/2016) [-]
That's because I believe the case was an open and shut one. The evidence against Mike Brown was overwhelming and the event sounds like one I was specifically trained on handling in simulations, that are meant to be obvious in using deadly force. I don't think corruption was involved, at least to the point that Wilson was going to get out of any possible trouble.
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#114303 - theism (04/26/2016) [-]
Still though it's the prosecutions job to present the evidence so it's odd when they don't.
#44759 - Just clarify, top picture is most recent. Probably 190-195, no… 04/24/2016 on Fitness - muscle and... 0
#44757 - ***** you could fly farther than the Wright Brothers plane the…  [+] (11 new replies) 04/24/2016 on Fitness - muscle and... +1
#44760 - KMD (04/25/2016) [-]
I kinda have traps
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#44773 - cptmongtard (04/25/2016) [-]
That's the most awkward pose I've ever seen
#44776 - anon (04/25/2016) [-]
Holding the phone does make hitting poses harder.
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#44777 - cptmongtard (04/25/2016) [-]
I think it's more how super leaned forward he is
#44779 - KMD (04/25/2016) [-]
Cause you don't lean forward during a most muscular?
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#44782 - cptmongtard (04/26/2016) [-]
Not that much you don't. You're almost parallel to the ground. Hiding your body.
#44786 - KMD (04/26/2016) [-]
Well first off I'm no where close to parallel, more like 45 degrees at best. What part of my body am I hiding that's supposed to be seen by the judges during a most muscular pose, other than the parts of my body that are covered by my phone.

For the example provided I'd like to first point out that I am not comparing myself to the legendary Dexter Jackson. I am using his pose as a benchmark, because his posing is always on point.
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#44787 - cptmongtard (04/26/2016) [-]
I'm not sure what it is, it just looks off. Sick traps tho fam
#44788 - anon (04/26/2016) [-]
Hmm. There's 2 reasons I can think of that could make the photo look a bit skewed; the photo being sideways could very well be doing it, or the lack of 3-d roundness in my delts.
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#44789 - cptmongtard (04/26/2016) [-]
It may well just be that the picture is sideways to be fair
#44758 - KMD (04/24/2016) [-]
There's traps in there somewhere too. I think....
#44756 - This is before training and today, probably about 3 months dif…  [+] (2 new replies) 04/24/2016 on Fitness - muscle and... +5
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#44769 - asotil (04/25/2016) [-]
You actually look a bit more defined in the top picture although that could just be emaciation
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#44759 - marinepenguin (04/24/2016) [-]
Just clarify, top picture is most recent. Probably 190-195, no sure exactly since I don't have a scale. Bottom is from January, was about 218-220 at the time.
#114153 - Life is competition, not war. War is simply an extreme form of…  [+] (2 new replies) 04/23/2016 on Politics - politics news,... 0
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#114178 - feelythefeel (04/24/2016) [-]
But both are are natural means to gain an advantage over our enemies. So why spend generations to eke out a negligible edge in peace when we have all the world to gain from war in five or so? Our enemies all but formally wage war against us, so let's give up the ghost and really fight back.
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#114180 - feelythefeel (04/24/2016) [-]
*five or so years
#114149 - Comment deleted 04/23/2016 on Politics - politics news,... 0
#138236 - That's where you lose me. Stuff like that is where you really …  [+] (1 new reply) 04/23/2016 on Religion Board 0
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#138238 - zlane (04/23/2016) [-]
think of it this way- im proposing a logically consistent solution to the problem of an actual infinity
#138233 - So the deity would exist beyond our reality and be unaffected …  [+] (3 new replies) 04/23/2016 on Religion Board 0
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#138234 - zlane (04/23/2016) [-]
our physical reality is temporally disconnected to God, so He is unaffected by it. however, He can choose to enter time
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#138236 - marinepenguin (04/23/2016) [-]
That's where you lose me. Stuff like that is where you really get into the realm of inobservable hypotheses. Where you make a claim that cannot be tested, observed, refuted, etc. It's just something you need to take heart in.

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#138238 - zlane (04/23/2016) [-]
think of it this way- im proposing a logically consistent solution to the problem of an actual infinity