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Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by icos211, Feb 10, 2015.
You mean to say that you hate people. Smartphones are incredible. People, on the other hand...
You would have to define fully dressed? No you fucking wouldn't.
this new york terror attack seems abit suspect to me.
No blood anywhere?
no Bicycles seems damaged
some pics even make victims look like dummies
all abit weird.
dafuq? I don't know who should be more upset... the family members of the dead or the terrorist who thinks he martyred himself.
If you’re hesitant to trivialize others’ loss and suffering for the sake of contriving a means for those strangers’ misfortune to relate back to yourself in an egocentric and consciously unempathic manner, then they have probably gotten you to think that.
Who are they? Exactly.
Who are you to theym? The sheeple. And being as you’re sheeple, allow me to educate you as to the term: “Sheeple” is a pejorative term invented to marginalize a normal person.
More like HOWlaween. Doesn’t it strike you sheeple weird that it falls on the same date every year.
Think about it. Just don’t reach your own conclusion.
Sincerely, CoIntel Agent M.A.R.C. (The M stands for “Marc”).
your crazy is showing, you should probably put that away and quit flopping it out in public
WTF? So you want to make something illegal and then not define what it is?
Well yes, I hate people in general. Or rather, I hate sheeple. Non-thinking, follow-the-herd-types. There is so much more than just what is going on on your little screen. You're missing out.
At least, that's how I feel about it.
You know what fully clothed is. This game of semantics is a bit tiresome.
And you know that "fully clothed" has no universal definition. It's not about semantics if you're trying to suggest we make it into a legal issue, it's about clear transparent laws.
It's not a game of semantics from a legal perspective. You have to define the expectation before you can prosecute infractions thereof.
Does fully clothed require a hat be worn at all times? Gloves? Collar? Tie? DO sandals or flip flops constitute acceptable footwear or must the feet be fully covered with proper shoes or boots? Etc.
If you were to enact a law requiring people to be fully clothed at all times they are in public and then leave these questions unanswered/undefined, you not only make it difficult for people to follow the law, but also leave the enforcement of that law up to the individual police officer's subjective discretion.
That's not something I want to see.
You live in the US, so we'll probably go with the western definition of "fully clothed."
Sorry, couldn't find "Never Neverland" on the map, so I guess you'll have to go with whatever is the social norm in your part of the world as to what fully dressed is.
Then define it for us and be done with this beating around the bush you seem to be so fond of
“I think [something subjective] about a social topic”
“What are you thinking man?”
“You know what I’m thinking, stop trying to make me explain it. Just read my mind.”
Yep. That’ll hold water in a courtroom.
Blue jeans, button down shirt with pearloid buttons and a front pocket, bolo tie, high leather boots with spurs and a ten gallon hat?
those are snaps, cowboy!
Damn it! It's my first offense, though, do I have to go to jail?