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Video of white lady yelling and berating 8 year old black child for selling lemonade
“Now now guys we need to see the proper context here, what happened before they started filming?”
Video of white child in school fighting black child of equal age
“The white kid was probably being bullied and just defending themselves”
This is easily my favorite firsthand example of this, there really is always one. Supreme idiocy, quote from my response:
A guy murders someone while telling them to "get out of my country" and using racial slurs yet you feel the need to go "but but but akshuly it's not racsim". Good for you.
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It's true. When I was poor, I couldn't afford to exceed the speed limit. Now I can speed everywhere I go with impunity because all they can do is fine me.
Which, in case it's not clear, I find completely fucking unreasonable. If speeding is dangerous, then why the fuck can I do it now just because I have more money..?
Not really a crime but definitely an effect on poor people. My city is really stupid. They say their in debt because of public transit, and then they say wow we have a lot of unpaid parking tickets. So let's raise the price by $10 that will fix our debt and help pay them!
Like no a $60 ticket won't make anyone pay a ticket more, if anything a $10 ticket would be great. It was so nice in a different city to get a $10 meter ticket. I figure people would worry less about having to pay it, and would end up getting more money from tickets anyways
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Definitely not. I think the trouble here is that people trying to prevent further investigation would not have to do all that much to make him dead. That is, regular prison guards of average temperament and morals would feel justified in killing him, too. The same people cheering his death as an "end" of his activity would be just as blinded when given the responsibility to protect him.
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Oct 8, 2014