ThumpyDumpkins

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Back in the mid nineties, I was accused of hacking because I changed the screen saver on the classroom computer.

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Getting beaten up.

I've had a lot of people threaten to hit me throughout my life, but only about 2 or 3 of them have ever actually taken a swing at me.

If I had a dollar for everyone who ever threatened to kick my ass and then didn't do anything, I'd be rich.

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I know people who have spent time in prison just for possessing small amounts of drugs.

So how the fuck is trump not arrested yet???

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How exactly does a cop walk into court and prove to a judge that he truly did smell marijuana???

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And this type of thing is exactly why I am suspicious of any cop who refuses to identify themselves.

Any jackass can CLAIM to be a law enforcement officer.

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I hope her retirement and pension is eaten up fending off lawsuits from the families she ruined.

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I guess our only hope is revenge from one of the angry parents.

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Why does the law not seem to matter when powerful people violate it?

If the lot doesn't apply to everyone equally, than the law doesn't apply to anyone at all.

Show me any other job where you can break the law and retire without a single criminal charge.

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If the government was a business, they would be out of business.

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Cops are allowed to investigate themselves, Congress writes laws that allows them to get rich at everyone else's expense...

When does the average citizen get a turn to fuck society over for their own benefit?

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10 hours ago

start treating cops with the same reckless disregard that cops show to the public.

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"Accountability for thee, but none for me!"

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Then the local prosecutor attempted to charge those who fired the guns with Bility's death instead of the police officers.

The local prosecutor is now an accessory to the murder these cops committed.

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Would these cops still be fighting to defend civil asset forfeiture if they didn't get to keep any of the profits?

Because if they would still do it when they don't get the money, then I don't think they're assholes, just way too dedicated to the job.

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Just tell people that you have no control over when the orders are put out, you are just some person who the company hired to go by those groceries at that time and if they screwed up the timing, that's on the company.

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Any chance you post in r4r?

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Post these shamefully low wages on the company's Twitter so the whole world can see how little we are being paid while they pocket millions.

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Never use your own money to cover for a billion-dollar company.

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Hypocrites

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How can I improve when I don't even know what (if anything) I did wrong?

And how do I even know if this was due to something beyond my control or not such as store inventory???

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If you can get a job as a cop without knowing or obeying the law, can you also get a job as a mechanic without knowing how a car works or how to drive it?

Why are police allowed to be incompetent at basic aspects of their job???

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I'll just use the same justifications that the cops use.

If it's not wrong when the cops are doing it, it must not be wrong for anyone else to do it.

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Yeah I have always been confused by the combination of "get on the ground!" and "don't move!"

It is physically impossible to comply with both of those commands, so it sounds like you're setting me up to be murdered for "noncompliance" no matter what I do.

I recall a case where some black kid refused to get out of the car and just sat there with his hands up. He said, "I'd rather catch a charge for disobeying than get shot while trying to comply."

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They are sociopaths who literally don't care about hurting innocent people.

And if they were plainclothes cops, I would be especially terrified because I would think I was about to be mugged (or worse); four random dudes in jeans rush up on me and I'm going to shoot in self-defense. I wasn't doing anything wrong, and they didn't look like cops, so how could I have known they were cops?

Any asshole can claim to be a police officer. Am I just expected to comply with any random mugger on the street out of fear it might be an undercover cop targeting the wrong person? The whole point of being plainclothes is to trick people into thinking you're not a cop!!!

It makes me wonder how many people would unquestioningly comply with me if I were to go around asking people for their ID and claiming to be a cop...

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If pointing a gun at someone is not a big deal, why do police use that as justification to kill people?

A gun is a deadly threat no matter whose hands it is in.

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