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sherlockbatman

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Date Signed Up:4/27/2011
Last Login:5/03/2015
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#173 - I hate Pollock. I hate abstract art. I hate art that's fam…  [+] (1 new reply) 14 hours ago on Delusional Artists Comp +1
User avatar #242 - elcreepo (7 hours ago) [-]
I wouldn't sell any of my stuff for more than 10 bucks at a student show, if I was even asked to sell it. lol I'd never get a chance to sell

Materials are expensive, the time is consuming, but you'll never even get your name out there if you don't start cheap/free.

Expensive art makes more sense to me when the artist is dead. The piece becomes rare, and it's supply and demand, I guess.

Some abstract art, like Picasso's style, is pretty good in that it looks like it has no form to it, but actually has quite strict composition. It also depicts recognizable things.

Spin art is not typically art. I will never understand the fame of Jackson Pollock. It looks like what happens when you spill your paints. Spin art CAN enhance a work but generally you want to depict something within it. This excludes "speed painters" and other similar artists who do amazing works one guy did his upside down abd the reveal was awesome of people/places/recognizeable things.

I like art that says or does something from the very beginning. If I have to rip apart the piece to find only a shred of meaning I'm afraid that the artist should really just have gone into poetry.
#170 - titled Dog ponders his place on pile of cocaine not bad … 14 hours ago on Delusional Artists Comp 0
#158 - **sherlockbatman used "*roll picture*"** **sherlockbatman r…  [+] (1 new reply) 14 hours ago on Internal combustion 0
#160 - skeletorexplains (14 hours ago) [-]
I'm sorry. I forgot they were a pair.

Don't taze me, bro!
#155 - those are four lungs everyone usually breathes through two…  [+] (3 new replies) 14 hours ago on Internal combustion 0
#157 - skeletorexplains (14 hours ago) [-]
Two pairs*
#158 - sherlockbatman (14 hours ago) [-]
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it's okay, everyone makes mistakes.
except for you. you're supposed to be setting an example. how could you let this happen?
#160 - skeletorexplains (14 hours ago) [-]
I'm sorry. I forgot they were a pair.

Don't taze me, bro!
#246 - that's what I'm saying, unlawful entry is not a charge. a …  [+] (1 new reply) 16 hours ago on tumblargh 0
#247 - janosaudron (16 hours ago) [-]
It's a bit much but it's legal and the more the prosecutor is disgusted with you the more charges the prosecutor is going to try to stick on you
#224 - unlawful entry is a misdemeanor that's not even really a c…  [+] (3 new replies) 17 hours ago on tumblargh 0
#225 - janosaudron (17 hours ago) [-]
yeah but when put next to murder a prosecutor is going to try to get every charge they can to stick
User avatar #246 - sherlockbatman (16 hours ago) [-]
that's what I'm saying, unlawful entry is not a charge.
a misdemeanor gets you a fine or up to one year in county jail at the very most.
they wouldn't even bother with that
I'd be pleading guilty anyways, why would they fight for more charges?
confessed guilt, wave the trial, straight to jail. good behavior gets me parole. telling people I murdered my neighbor in cold blood to prove a point to a stranger on the internet keeps anyone from bothering me in jail. I'd get out in probably a little over a decade. point is, 63 years is a bit much for what happened.
#247 - janosaudron (16 hours ago) [-]
It's a bit much but it's legal and the more the prosecutor is disgusted with you the more charges the prosecutor is going to try to stick on you
#76 - Double Odin 17 hours ago on Zeus +3
#110 - he's thinking 1%+99%+67%= 167% 17 hours ago on His neck probably snapped 0
#107 - in America, we call those Rent-a-cops 17 hours ago on His neck probably snapped +2
#222 - *clean 2nd degree murder charge 17 hours ago on tumblargh 0
#221 - spur of the moment with my legal knife, the door was unlocked,…  [+] (7 new replies) 17 hours ago on tumblargh 0
#230 - Ken M (16 hours ago) [-]
He was still on probation dummy, he can't legally carry any weapon of any kind.
#223 - janosaudron (17 hours ago) [-]
You still at least have unlawful entry unless you can prove you didn't have malicious intent when you entered his house. Which is kinda hard to do seeing as how he has 13 stab wounds
User avatar #224 - sherlockbatman (17 hours ago) [-]
unlawful entry is a misdemeanor
that's not even really a crime
like jaywalking
#225 - janosaudron (17 hours ago) [-]
yeah but when put next to murder a prosecutor is going to try to get every charge they can to stick
User avatar #246 - sherlockbatman (16 hours ago) [-]
that's what I'm saying, unlawful entry is not a charge.
a misdemeanor gets you a fine or up to one year in county jail at the very most.
they wouldn't even bother with that
I'd be pleading guilty anyways, why would they fight for more charges?
confessed guilt, wave the trial, straight to jail. good behavior gets me parole. telling people I murdered my neighbor in cold blood to prove a point to a stranger on the internet keeps anyone from bothering me in jail. I'd get out in probably a little over a decade. point is, 63 years is a bit much for what happened.
#247 - janosaudron (16 hours ago) [-]
It's a bit much but it's legal and the more the prosecutor is disgusted with you the more charges the prosecutor is going to try to stick on you
User avatar #222 - sherlockbatman (17 hours ago) [-]
*clean 2nd degree murder charge
#210 - if I go next door, right now, stab my neighbor a few times, ca…  [+] (9 new replies) 18 hours ago on tumblargh 0
#211 - janosaudron (18 hours ago) [-]
No ones been sentenced yet that's just the estimated charge. the murder charge had 30 years maximum. the other charges Misconduct in office, negligence, etc. will add onto it since they're considered seperate events.

It's like you go and murder someone. That's 25 and thats it. But say you planned it now you add conspiracy to commit murder to those charges so that adds several years to that 25. You also broke into your neighbors house so if that wanted they could tack on tresspassing or breaking and entering. Illegal knife? you bet that's another charge. Assault can also be added onto murder charges. However which charges actually go through is up to the court.
User avatar #221 - sherlockbatman (17 hours ago) [-]
spur of the moment with my legal knife, the door was unlocked, and now he's too dead to press assault charges. looks like it's a 2nd degree clean murder charge and nothing else
#230 - Ken M (16 hours ago) [-]
He was still on probation dummy, he can't legally carry any weapon of any kind.
#223 - janosaudron (17 hours ago) [-]
You still at least have unlawful entry unless you can prove you didn't have malicious intent when you entered his house. Which is kinda hard to do seeing as how he has 13 stab wounds
User avatar #224 - sherlockbatman (17 hours ago) [-]
unlawful entry is a misdemeanor
that's not even really a crime
like jaywalking
#225 - janosaudron (17 hours ago) [-]
yeah but when put next to murder a prosecutor is going to try to get every charge they can to stick
User avatar #246 - sherlockbatman (16 hours ago) [-]
that's what I'm saying, unlawful entry is not a charge.
a misdemeanor gets you a fine or up to one year in county jail at the very most.
they wouldn't even bother with that
I'd be pleading guilty anyways, why would they fight for more charges?
confessed guilt, wave the trial, straight to jail. good behavior gets me parole. telling people I murdered my neighbor in cold blood to prove a point to a stranger on the internet keeps anyone from bothering me in jail. I'd get out in probably a little over a decade. point is, 63 years is a bit much for what happened.
#247 - janosaudron (16 hours ago) [-]
It's a bit much but it's legal and the more the prosecutor is disgusted with you the more charges the prosecutor is going to try to stick on you
User avatar #222 - sherlockbatman (17 hours ago) [-]
*clean 2nd degree murder charge
#55 - >taste in television >judging between the quality of… 18 hours ago on Manhattan 88 0
#204 - 63 years!? for accidental/unintentional homicide due to ne…  [+] (15 new replies) 18 hours ago on tumblargh +1
#208 - janosaudron (18 hours ago) [-]
it was considered intentional murder since 1. he never should have been arrested. 2. The officer driving asked him twice if he needed a medic to which eddie said yes and the officer chose to instead answer other calls. 3. All 6 officers made a 4th stop with eddie still dying in the van that they didn't report and was only noticed because they stopped outside of a convenience store with a camera
#229 - Ken M (16 hours ago) [-]
Let me just point out how incredibly stupid the claim that he never should have been arrested is.
1) There's no verification that the knife he was carrying wasn't illegal, just the claim of the prosecutor.
2) Even if it wasn't a switchblade, that doesn't mean Gray could legally carry it. He was still on a 3 year probation stemming from a charge from Sept 28, 2013, and a standard condition of probation is no weapons of any description.
3) The standard for a legal arrest only requires probably cause.
4) The police said they thought they saw him doing a drug deal.
5) He was found positive for heroin.
#236 - janosaudron (16 hours ago) [-]
The document filed by police state that he was arrested for posession of a switchblade. No mention of a possible drug deal.

This is the statement of charges www.msnbc.com/msnbc/police-freddie-gray-arrested-switchblade

Not even a mention of his probation or the drug deal which should have been an extra charge on the statement.

Yeah the only claim that the knife wasn't a switchblade is from the prosecutor but im more inclined to believe her seeing as the officers failed to mention that they made a 4th stop which was caught on security camera
#207 - noscarinthedarren (18 hours ago) [-]
IIRC it wasn't completely unintentional. They were charged with involuntary manslaughter, assault second-degree, manslaughter by vehicle, and misconduct in office.
#205 - janosaudron (18 hours ago) [-]
63 years for coldheart murder, negligence, manslaughter, and misconduct in office
User avatar #210 - sherlockbatman (18 hours ago) [-]
if I go next door, right now, stab my neighbor a few times, call the cops, and confess, I get like 25 years and probably get out on parole after like 12 years
the cops were dicks and should go to jail, but I don't understand the sentencing.
why 63 years? for just one cop? did the others get similar? what was up the judge's ass?
#211 - janosaudron (18 hours ago) [-]
No ones been sentenced yet that's just the estimated charge. the murder charge had 30 years maximum. the other charges Misconduct in office, negligence, etc. will add onto it since they're considered seperate events.

It's like you go and murder someone. That's 25 and thats it. But say you planned it now you add conspiracy to commit murder to those charges so that adds several years to that 25. You also broke into your neighbors house so if that wanted they could tack on tresspassing or breaking and entering. Illegal knife? you bet that's another charge. Assault can also be added onto murder charges. However which charges actually go through is up to the court.
User avatar #221 - sherlockbatman (17 hours ago) [-]
spur of the moment with my legal knife, the door was unlocked, and now he's too dead to press assault charges. looks like it's a 2nd degree clean murder charge and nothing else
#230 - Ken M (16 hours ago) [-]
He was still on probation dummy, he can't legally carry any weapon of any kind.
#223 - janosaudron (17 hours ago) [-]
You still at least have unlawful entry unless you can prove you didn't have malicious intent when you entered his house. Which is kinda hard to do seeing as how he has 13 stab wounds
User avatar #224 - sherlockbatman (17 hours ago) [-]
unlawful entry is a misdemeanor
that's not even really a crime
like jaywalking
#225 - janosaudron (17 hours ago) [-]
yeah but when put next to murder a prosecutor is going to try to get every charge they can to stick
User avatar #246 - sherlockbatman (16 hours ago) [-]
that's what I'm saying, unlawful entry is not a charge.
a misdemeanor gets you a fine or up to one year in county jail at the very most.
they wouldn't even bother with that
I'd be pleading guilty anyways, why would they fight for more charges?
confessed guilt, wave the trial, straight to jail. good behavior gets me parole. telling people I murdered my neighbor in cold blood to prove a point to a stranger on the internet keeps anyone from bothering me in jail. I'd get out in probably a little over a decade. point is, 63 years is a bit much for what happened.
#247 - janosaudron (16 hours ago) [-]
It's a bit much but it's legal and the more the prosecutor is disgusted with you the more charges the prosecutor is going to try to stick on you
User avatar #222 - sherlockbatman (17 hours ago) [-]
*clean 2nd degree murder charge
#202 - TL;DR point is: no one cares until they think it's racist 19 hours ago on tumblargh +1
#201 - police are ******* swine. everyone knew that. it's alwa…  [+] (1 new reply) 19 hours ago on tumblargh +1
User avatar #202 - sherlockbatman (19 hours ago) [-]
TL;DR
point is: no one cares until they think it's racist
#199 - 8675309...? 19 hours ago on Black Twitter Compilation +1
#197 - Picture 19 hours ago on Black Twitter Compilation 0
#196 - **sherlockbatman used "*roll picture*"** **sherlockbatman r…  [+] (1 new reply) 19 hours ago on Black Twitter Compilation 0
User avatar #208 - reican (17 hours ago) [-]
i guess everything is related to faggy anime now
#30 - Picture 20 hours ago on cat.exe has stopped working +3
#36 - **sherlockbatman used "*roll picture*"** **sherlockbatman r… 05/02/2015 on Couch 0
#14 - Found the married couple  [+] (3 new replies) 05/02/2015 on Couch +7
User avatar #35 - immortalfear (05/02/2015) [-]
In a few weeks (months?).
#36 - sherlockbatman (05/02/2015) [-]
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congrats
User avatar #17 - xdiabolicx (05/02/2015) [-]
I.. I don't know how I feel about this.
#10 - where are you gonna sleep when she kicks you out of bed?  [+] (7 new replies) 05/01/2015 on Couch +25
User avatar #34 - sanitarysan (05/02/2015) [-]
she sleeps on the floor or divorce.
#11 - duskmane (05/02/2015) [-]
It's quite simple: She won't.

By which I mean, she will, but she has a certain condition that makes it pretty much impossible for her to get a proper night's rest without being cuddled up to in a very particular way. So really, she'd kick me out of my bed, I'd lay down on the floor, she'd be unable to sleep and would come cuddle with me, would then decide that the floor wasn't comfortable enough and pull me back to the bed to cuddle.

The statement "I'm still mad at you, now cuddle me." will be made by her.

immortalfear, anything to add?
#12 - immortalfear (05/02/2015) [-]
That's pretty much it.
User avatar #14 - sherlockbatman (05/02/2015) [-]
Found the married couple
User avatar #35 - immortalfear (05/02/2015) [-]
In a few weeks (months?).
#36 - sherlockbatman (05/02/2015) [-]
**sherlockbatman used "*roll picture*"**
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congrats
User avatar #17 - xdiabolicx (05/02/2015) [-]
I.. I don't know how I feel about this.
#6 - you ******* know it! 05/01/2015 on Steel Chair Effect +1
#26 - Picture 05/01/2015 on Bitches ain't shit but hoes... +2
What do you think? Give us your opinion. Anonymous comments allowed.
User avatar #7 - porridgesque (04/16/2012) [-]
You've sent me flying into laughter.

Thanks bro,
#2 - doki (07/20/2011) [-]
Hey you. Do you want to celebrate my birthday with me?
#4 to #3 - doki (07/20/2011) [-]
Mmm. Floor cake.
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