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#82 - It might be different in other countries, but in the US, 'I' is India.  [+] (5 replies) 07/10/2014 on Suave as fuck 0
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#83 - manwithmanynames (07/10/2014) [-]
I live in the US,
I guess that they changed it from Indigo to India, it has been yeas since I personally last heard phonetic talk...

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#85 - thegrimreaver (07/10/2014) [-]
I don't that's accurate. India has been used as the NATO phonetic pronunciation for 'I' since at least the '50s.
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#88 - manwithmanynames (07/10/2014) [-]
I'm sorry then, I guess I mistook the officer who read of the license plate when my family got rear-ended.
#91 - thegrimreaver (07/10/2014) [-]
Ah. Police departments are different. There's no uniform code for police departments.
For example, LAPD uses the alphabet in the picture.
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#94 - manwithmanynames (07/10/2014) [-]
that is also true, I shoulda thought about that. oh well
#155 - I'm sure they're going to roll out a bunch of new features.  [+] (1 reply) 07/08/2014 on ONLY THE BEST GAMES +2
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#173 - mrturferpop (07/08/2014) [-]
I heard they're adding erosion if you stay in one place too long.
#87 - I had something similar happen last week. I can't rem…  [+] (1 reply) 07/07/2014 on TMW you roll a 20 +1
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#106 - sketchE (07/07/2014) [-]
i had those situations in a d100 mass effect game. i started the players off in a simulation. one of my players rolled a 1 (critical success in a d100 system) and i told him he could slightly see through things and could see the static coming off of objects almost like he was in a video game. they still didnt get it
#76 - HEY!! HE'S NOT A GUY!! HE'S JUST A BEAR!!!  [+] (1 reply) 07/07/2014 on one-upmanship 0
#77 - officersofthecourt (07/07/2014) [-]
How dare you insult his Lorship like that? We'll deal with you, you commoner.

We're so sorry Sir Bearington it won't happen again
#12 - Because that **** is hella illegal, dude. I'm just a dude,…  [+] (1 reply) 07/05/2014 on smooth criminal +2
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#14 - krobeles (07/05/2014) [-]
Just because has been arbitrarily made illigal by the government, dosen't mean it is right for it to be legal. Many recreational drugs are illigal, and something as simple as alcohol was illigal for a time in the US.
Morals are subjective. Saying "I do have morals" means nothing. Everyone does, even horrible people like Josef Fritzl has some kind of morals. They're just different from yours or mine.
#10 - Still doesn't excuse the "position of authority/trust&quo…  [+] (10 replies) 07/05/2014 on smooth criminal +3
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#11 - krobeles (07/05/2014) [-]
Whats there to excuse? He isn't some godly figure, free of human impulses and emotions. His just a dude. A dude who found a chick who were willing to have sex with him.
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#18 - darknesincontrol (07/05/2014) [-]
Its not only a postion of trust between the teacher and the student, but also between the teacher and the parents
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#19 - krobeles (07/05/2014) [-]
So? I fail to see your point. Are you implying that conducting activities together with your son/daughter that he/she likes and concends to, is disallowed by teachers?
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#20 - darknesincontrol (07/05/2014) [-]
Well technically she is still not an adult, and the parents are expecting that the teachers of that school wouldnt fucking around with thier child, which is made sure that even in law thats a "no no". You pretty much entrusting your kids education and future on these people, and they should teach and take care of them and respect both the child and the parents
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#21 - krobeles (07/05/2014) [-]
She isn't an adult, but she is capable of concending to sexual activity (I assume this is one in a country where the age of cencend is 15-ish), so why is it an issue?
What right does the parents have to dictate who their children can and cannot sleep with? And likewise, what right do we have to dictate who teachers can and cannot sleep with? If both parties are above the age of concend, and they both actually concend, then I fail to see the issue.
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#22 - darknesincontrol (07/05/2014) [-]
In this scenarío, consent is thrown out of the window. Parents really dont want a man twice her age to be teaching her in school and have sex with her, its simply as that. If the law wasnt there, he will lose his job anyway for being unpopular among the parents. Anyway he pursue this career knowning it was wrong to sleep with them, or I assume he did, it was his fault he couldnt keep it in his pants
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#23 - krobeles (07/05/2014) [-]
Does it matter what the parents want? Their daughter has a relationship with this (whom I assume she cares about), and they should be happy for her. Not saying there is no cause for worry, but unless anything justifies it, I seriously cant see an issue with it. If the parents are controlling freaks who think they have the right to dictate who their children sleeps with, then That is the real issue here.
Sure, he might lose his job, and then that would be fine. He would lose his job out of a democratic vote (more or less anyway) between the parents, that they didn't want him to teach their kids. Thats fine. Thats just popular opinion. Thats our society.
We dont need to (and in fact, shouldn't) mandate by law who people can and cannot sleep with outside of mandating a certain age of consend. If he sleeps with the pupils, I can understand why the parents might be upset (silly as I find it to be, I can understand why), and then the parents are entirely in their right to raise concern and get him fired if they find it so abhorrent. But for a law to mandate the restrictive morality of the parents, I find is stupid.
I agree though. As things are right now, it is entirely his own fault. I'm feeling sorry for him, nor am I saying he shouldn't have been fired under the currents law, I'm just raising an opinion about a law I find to be inherently lawed.
#16 - anon (07/05/2014) [-]
there is several reasons for why a relationship between a teacher and a student.
The student might get a very unfair advantage in school, and unless the other students are also getting "jiggy with it" with the teach, they wont get it.
or if they are having a fight the reverse can happen.
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#12 - thegrimreaver (07/05/2014) [-]
Because that shit is hella illegal, dude.
I'm just a dude, but I still know enough not to go sticking my dick into anything that has a hole. I do have morals.
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#14 - krobeles (07/05/2014) [-]
Just because has been arbitrarily made illigal by the government, dosen't mean it is right for it to be legal. Many recreational drugs are illigal, and something as simple as alcohol was illigal for a time in the US.
Morals are subjective. Saying "I do have morals" means nothing. Everyone does, even horrible people like Josef Fritzl has some kind of morals. They're just different from yours or mine.