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  1. Thread: Ahmaud Arbery

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    I think we might be talking past each other here....

    I think we might be talking past each other here. Arbery’s killers were both morally lacking in their actions, and thankfully found legally responsible for their criminal vigilantism.
  2. Thread: Ahmaud Arbery

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    More often than not, they overlap. Plenty of...

    More often than not, they overlap. Plenty of times they are concurrent to each other too.
  3. Thread: Ahmaud Arbery

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    Yes, you likely would have died, but those people...

    Yes, you likely would have died, but those people pointing guns at you would have been morally and legally culpable for your death. Same as with Arbery. Any self defense argument on their part is...
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    I may need to try this sometime. Iíve taken the...

    I may need to try this sometime. Iíve taken the SelectBusService to LGA a few times. It isnít the worst, but still. There needs to be more than one mode of transportation accessing these airports...
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    Not gonna complain about the interior of any of...

    Not gonna complain about the interior of any of these terminals. My complaint is about NYC airports. There is no easy way to reach any of them. Not a single train goes to LGA. There is no direct...
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    At what point does market saturation make that...

    At what point does market saturation make that type of supply overload dwindle the cost of a dose to a bag of skittles?
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    Oh, so that bank fraud charge that resulted in an...

    Oh, so that bank fraud charge that resulted in an arrest warrant being issued came from the public right? Some good samaritan came in off the street and said I saw the girl's card being charged on...
  8. Do people generally prefer the ultrafine metal...

    Do people generally prefer the ultrafine metal filters in the Aeropress to the paper filters? I've always felt that it just tasted slightly different with the metal filters from the paper filters...
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    Seriously, that is some rough stuff IAS....

    Seriously, that is some rough stuff IAS. Certainly wasn’t easy to read and undoubtedly difficult to live.
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    Thanks for the procedural write up altasnob. ...

    Thanks for the procedural write up altasnob. Journalists often struggle with explaining these processes and standards that courts must follow and much gets lost in the shuffle. Both of these...
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    How and in what way do they have history?

    How and in what way do they have history?
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    Cousin of mine had some horrific injuries after...

    Cousin of mine had some horrific injuries after getting hit on his bike by a car. (Unfortunately no Trinidadian swollen balls.)

    Because of all the dumbfucks in this country overwhelming our...
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    Was chatting with a friend the other day. They...

    Was chatting with a friend the other day. They do an annual boat delivery from Annapolis to the Caribbean and vice versa every other year. They said their most recent trip had them passing so many...
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    Looks like some decent product. What has your...

    Looks like some decent product. What has your experience using them been like? I’m going to bookmark them to potentially get a pair here in a few months.
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    I could barely stand an extended weekend of...

    I could barely stand an extended weekend of camping out of our converted CRV and we luckily had a roofbox. Seems like these two were wholly unprepared for this adventure and spent half their time web...
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    There have been two instances this summer when I...

    There have been two instances this summer when I visited a Starbucks and was told they were out of coffee. This was because of a lack of delivery of beans. If there is one thing I’d expect a...
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    It was kinda unclear about the quoting to myself...

    It was kinda unclear about the quoting to myself at first as well. I had to go back and look again to make sure it wasn’t his own statement.
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    Where did they even store their shit in that van...

    Where did they even store their shit in that van if they were sleeping in the back? Should have had a roofbox on it. What good was the back ladder anyways if there was nothing to climb up and get...
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    Bring back the drugs?

    Bring back the drugs?
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    Nah, people have been striking out and traveling...

    Nah, people have been striking out and traveling around like nomads for most of human existence. Years ago it was the post-graduation backpack through Europe or now Asia. Before that it was the...
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    I really wish more money would come out of the...

    I really wish more money would come out of the FOPsí bank accounts for this type of bullshit. I hope she at least brought a separate defamation case against them. Theyíre all rotten bastards and...
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    Pretty ballsy of him to keep his IG open and...

    Pretty ballsy of him to keep his IG open and public. Shoulda locked that thing down on private. Then again, he decided to drive her van all the way back to Florida.

    Is she going to mysteriously...
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    That non jurisdiction zone is pretty difficult to...

    That non jurisdiction zone is pretty difficult to reach if I recall correctly. Doesnít strike me as the type to venture out into the middle of nowhere with no discernible purpose (or potential IG...
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    I'm resigned to the nearly certain fact that this...

    I'm resigned to the nearly certain fact that this disease is now endemic and isn't going away anytime soon. I'll be willing to pick up a booster shot here in a few months when it comes around,...
  25. Thread: Hurricane 2021

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    Umm no? When was the last time you heard of a...

    Umm no? When was the last time you heard of a hurricane (or typhoon) hitting mainland Europe? The Coriolis effect generally spins them into America and Southeast Asia.
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    Better yet, live stream it.

    Better yet, live stream it.
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    Waiting for someone to city a study of the...

    Waiting for someone to city a study of the possible benefits of cannabis in treating covid symptoms or long-covid after effects......
  28. Did we ever solve that mystery? I thought the...

    Did we ever solve that mystery? I thought the TGR topminds were on it.
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    Did customs in Peru or Ecuador actually check you...

    Did customs in Peru or Ecuador actually check you for the Yellow Fever vaccine? Just a curiosity on my part. I've never visited a country that has a vaccine requirement (before Covid), so not sure...
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    I think the New Yorker just did that, except...

    I think the New Yorker just did that, except instead of vaccines, they were told the other place didn't require masks.
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    While shitty of the dude to lie about his Covid...

    While shitty of the dude to lie about his Covid results, it's a bit harsh to charge him with theft. Until they criminalize employers stealing wages from employees or underpaying them, this is an...
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    You're on here with us at TGR aren't you? ...

    You're on here with us at TGR aren't you?

    :fmicon:

    Dipshit.
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    If the Delta variant surges hard in the US, the...

    If the Delta variant surges hard in the US, the hospitals need to start triaging based on vaccination status. (With exceptions of course for those who have a valid medical reason for not getting...
  34. Thread: Climate Change

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    Geo-engineering might be the way to go, but I...

    Geo-engineering might be the way to go, but I sincerely doubt there is anyway to reach a consensus at this point on the best solution for that. In fact, we have been geo-engineering over the past...
  35. Thread: Climate Change

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    This Australian article really hits home visually...

    This Australian article really hits home visually on how we are standing on the precipice at this very moment.
    ...
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    That's easy these days. Just jump the subway...

    That's easy these days. Just jump the subway turnstile and you're golden. Hell, most people will hold the handicap door open for you for free passage down to the trains.
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    Or better yet, put monoski mounts between the...

    Or better yet, put monoski mounts between the snowboard bindings. Ride on the lift as a monoskier, exit the lift as a snowboarder. Problem solved.
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    Your rhetorical answer is probably correct if...

    Your rhetorical answer is probably correct if qualified immunity has anything to do with it. The court will find there was no previous court case in which a police department blew up 5,000 lbs of...
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    Hilarious that SFB chimes in with the real world...

    Hilarious that SFB chimes in with the real world experience of shatter. Guess that criminal sociology degree didnít cover functioning members of society using substances.

    I also suppose that CS...
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    My vote is now that puregravity is our well...

    My vote is now that puregravity is our well intentioned silent safety-conscious saboteur. It only makes sense now, he is just trying to save the wider community from a potential tragedy that would...
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    Looks like another one of Chicago's finest was...

    Looks like another one of Chicago's finest was found out to be a traitor and insurrectionist. Some great racist language in his texts, too. I wonder how many defendants he arrested and was secretly...
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    That Drive article was good reading. Certainly...

    That Drive article was good reading. Certainly makes a very compelling case that most of these sightings have entirely terrestrial explanations. It still lacks when it comes to the tic-tac video...
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    Crazy shit. The pilots' description of the...

    Crazy shit. The pilots' description of the roiling ocean water is eerie. Especially since it was 4 of them that witnessed it. Definitely seems like more than just a simple aerial phenomena at that...
  44. Thread: Fuck Venmo

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    We really need an equivalent of Europe's GDPR...

    We really need an equivalent of Europe's GDPR here in the US. That would significantly scale back the privacy intrusions by these companies.
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    What a silly article. Does the author not even...

    What a silly article. Does the author not even realize the NBA All-star players are chosen by popular vote of the fans and not on merit?

    Foolish author should know what he's talking about before...
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    For all those vaccine hesitant chuckle-fucks out...

    For all those vaccine hesitant chuckle-fucks out there, just ask them what's worse? Getting limp-dick syndrome as part of the Covid-long haul symptoms or a vaccine?
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    Awwww yeah....they've made it to the paraglider...

    Awwww yeah....they've made it to the paraglider launch.
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    I'm still laughing at this here.

    I'm still laughing at this here.
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    Here's one for our resident bootlickers while...

    Here's one for our resident bootlickers while they're on the aliases case. I wonder if the poor officer's mother was insulted by the homeowner before the officer went in to search the homeowner's...
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    I'm struggling to understand how this is a valid...

    I'm struggling to understand how this is a valid argument against unionizing? The company is paying new hires more than experienced ones? (Granted, you did finally make it to $22/hr a few years...
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