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3 points · 9 days ago

Hey man i know you already know whats going to be said here, but i say it anyway. You got to let it go. Ya it fucking sucks, but there isnt anything you can do about it. If you think about it every idea you probably have would look weird if you saw some else try it. So will she. Everyone has been there and all you can do is focus on something else. Play games. Start a hobby you always wanted to do. Do anything. Just leave her be because at this point all its going to do is hurt you. Politely avoid her if you have to, but cut her out of your life. Eventually it will get better. It always gets better with time. But you have to occupy yourself with something so you stop dwelling on her.

Original Poster-1 points · 9 days ago

I love her though I need her

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2 points · 9 days ago

There is a question you need to ask yourself.

Whats more important to you, that she is with you or that she is happy?

It's nice to hear some good customer service from an exchange instead of the usual scam accusations.

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I wouldn't really be surprised if most scam accusations are scams themselves. Just someone who thinks they can just raise enough FUD that they will be credited some if not all the money. That or hope for others to feel bad and donate.

Or the other thought I have when I see someone talking about amounts in the $50,000+ range being frozen is that they were caught doing some market manipulation. Especially when one of the biggest opinions shared is never leave your money on exchanges. That's where I start asking why would you be moving so much money around in one transaction. IMHO it's probably because they are actively participating in market manipulation by massive withdrawals or PnD's and just got caught.

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Nope your cat still looks great!

Original Poster3 points · 5 months ago

He’s the best! I was mainly in both shots for scale. I figured that would be apparent!

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That makes sense, glad to see he isn't so camera shy anymore. I bet he is as curious as a cat

Except you have a choice whether or not to contribute to a crowdfunding for someone else's care; you don't have a choice whether or not to pay taxes. You also have a choice to whether or not to have children, but you do not have a choice to not have to pay for someone else's childcare. People with children already get tax allowances those of us without do not; how much more should I have to pay for choosing not to have children?

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Becuase if you want to go that route taxes become insanely more expensive and a pain in the ass. Now we need to track what taxes everyone is willing to pay.

Well half the country doesn’t want to pay for the military so your taxes for the military are doubled since the money is still needed.

You can now pay for the road in front of your house. Hopefully yours neighbors can help!

Next time you call the police maybe already have your credit card out so you can pay them too.

But since we are paying different taxes we now need to pay more for the IRS so they can track what services we get and what needs to be paid.

We pay our taxes all together because it’s cheaper and more efficient that way. And if you ever decide to have kids then your automatically covered if the need arises.

And frankly if you don’t like the taxes you pay you have a choice to move

Well half the country doesn’t want to pay for the military so your taxes for the military are doubled since the money is still needed.

Every citizen benefits from national defense, so it makes sense that every citizen contribute to fund the national defense; the same is not true for individual child care, or even individual healthcare.

You can now pay for the road in front of your house. Hopefully yours neighbors can help!

Every citizen benefits from roads and other infrastructure, therefore it makes sense for every citizen to contribute to fund roads and infrastructure; that is why state maintained roads are considered "public property". Again, the same is not true for individual child or healthcare. If the roadway is private and only of benefit and use to me and my neighbors, it is indeed on me and my neighbors to provide for it's construction and maintenance.

Next time you call the police maybe already have your credit card out so you can pay them too.

Every citizen benefits from law enforcement, therefore it makes sense that every citizen contribute to fund law enforcement. The same is not true for individual child or healthcare. If you want individual, personal security, you must pay for it yourself, and hire some other force than the police; their duty is to the general public.

But since we are paying different taxes we now need to pay more for the IRS so they can track what services we get and what needs to be paid.

We can debate on how much benefit the IRS is to each citizen, but they are a state agency that performs a vital public service, therefore it makes sense that every citizen contribute to fund that agency, and all others that provide equally vital services to every citizen, or from which every citizen may receive a tangible benefit. Again, the same is not true for individual child or healthcare.

We pay our taxes all together because it’s cheaper and more efficient that way.

No, we pay taxes to fund things that are necessary for the general public, and are of benefit to all citizens. It is by no means cheaper or more efficient to have the government providing for the individual needs of individual citizens.

And if you ever decide to have kids then your automatically covered if the need arises.

And if I don't, I am still required to surrender a greater percentage of my income to provide for other people's children than those who have children are, even though I receive no tangible benefit or use from that money. And when the cost of the roads, or childcare, increases, who are they going to demand even more money from to pay for that? Not the parents....

And frankly if you don’t like the taxes you pay you have a choice to move

And frankly, if you want higher taxes to provide subsidized child/healthcare, you have the choice to move as well. There are plenty of other countries that can give you what you want out there, and you don't have to put your greedy hands into my pockets to get it; win-win for everybody.

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Every citizen benefits from national defense, so it makes sense that every citizen contribute to fund the national defense; the same is not true for individual child care, or even individual healthcare.

Yes i agree with you that everyone benefits from national defense and everything else I mentioned. My point was that everyone else doesn't necessarily agree. But they still pay because the majority of the voting citizens DO believe that.

Thats why you pay for other peoples children because the majority of voting citizens DO believe its beneficial for everyone to pay for that through taxes. It doesn't matter whether you do or not. Unless you can convince everyone else to think the same way those taxes are fair. And with the recent shutdown of the government over CHIP and DACA, we can see people weren't really against CHIP since there was no backlash against it.

The only person who is talking about being against taxes that dont directly benefit the payer is you. As long as taxes benefit society then IMO we should pay for them, becuase we will still indirectly benefit from them.

Really it just sounds like you dont want to pay your fair share of what society builds for us all. Because those benefits are there for you too, you just choose not to use them. The benefits and safety nets are for everyone, paying for them is not a choice but using them is.

Wow this a great site! Very informative for beginners. I’ll use this to explain blockchain whenever I get asked about it.

I think Request Network is pretty bold. They're trying to take on some huge companies like Paypal and Visa.

Also, their auditing/accounting features will require some serious adoptions from a lot of companies for it to work.

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True on the adoptions, but if it can automate auditing in a big enough way, thats nearly whole departments in companies being replaced. And potentially taking over many financial services

When did Under Armor start making spiderman costumes?

0 points · 5 months ago

To me it looks like a double currency, the purpose is very unclear... It looks like VEN was only useful as a fund raising ICO purpose, but THor will be the real exchange medium, what other purpose does VEN/VET have except generate THOR (who is said by the website to be kept at a rather stable price...). For me there is a direct relation in price between the both. So controlling the price of THOR will therefore control the price of VEN...

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One way to think of it is how stocks have dividends. You will be payed to hold the coin. There are also technical reasons to use the coin, having a different purpose to fulfill in the network, aka transactions.

You have to think about what exactly you bought for a second. You took a risk on a miner that only mines one coin...that wouldn't be built for a YEAR. Not to mention they have also never built a miner before and there could be many issues (QC, durability, performance...etc.).

You're going to have to get over the fact your risk didn't pay off.

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That risk also applies to those who bought the A3. If they had done their own due diligence then they would've been aware this was always going to be dealt with.

This is really about choosing who to anger. People who have historically been malicious for profit, or the people who helped crowdfund the company(s)

5 points · 6 months ago · edited 6 months ago

On a real note, do you have any reasoning behind your sentiment for VEN?

With a DNV GL and PwC network + 2 National Chinese level partnerships, I’d say VEN is positioning itself for sustainability.

And...it does have a real product that is distuptive plus real use cases with Renault, Mercedes, BMW, luxury clothing companies, etc.

Do you think car insurance companies can tell real time how fast you drive or how many times you press the breaks out of millions of other drivers? With Vechain’s blockchain, they will be able to quickly quote you based on a flurry of data they never had access to.

Don’ t be one of those pessimists that ask, does it really NEED a blockchain? In this case...yeah, certainly fucking helps!!!!

Just because it isn’t on mainnet yet, doesn’t mean it doesn’t have a real product...you can even download the application on your phone, which already works with certain clothing brands.

On top of that we’ve got Jim Breyer on board as well as a presentation for 200 more institutional investors.

If you’re coming at it from a price perspective, sure it’s holding $USD at $6, but from a satoshi perspective it’s held up nicely. Plus you have sell walls impacting the price, it’s still a small marketcap.

At this point, I’d say it’s one of the most promising projects in crypto and has kept heads down since 2014 working on the product.

What is your reasoning?

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Wait is VEN for car insurance companies to track driver data? I can see how that could go both ways and be popular I guess. But with the coming of self driving cars and insurance being bought by car companies instead of owners(since the car will drive itself), wouldn’t that limit the use?

Also China may not be a big market. I believe the US is the nation that drives the most. And the US probably has the most insured vehicles as well making it likely the largest market.

i know BTC will go back, but it's a matter of how low it will go before it does. if it's going to grind its way down to 8 or even 10k, i would greatly benefit from shorting at 12.8 and getting back in on the upswing from 8

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The problem with that is you waited too long to make that kind of gamble. You would be selling low when everything is at a low. It may work out but now it’s super dangerous. Since it should rebound it’s best just to leave it and ride out. Or at least move to something that will rebound more

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The Dark Side of the Moon

Hey everyone, I've been seeing a disturbing trend lately and thought i would get everyone's opinion on the matter. *Disclaimer: I do invest in crypto-currency and do play the market. I both day trade and HODL so take what I say with a grain of salt. I am not a financial advisor. This is all observation and opinion.

I've been in the crypto-currency market for a little while now. I started watching the market since last January back when Bitcoin was about 1000 USD and everyone assumed bitcoin was only for drugs. I finally invested in March and just started really getting involved these last couple of months. I have been doing research on popular coins by looking in to price trackers, reading up on charts and behaviors, watching order books, getting data points from API's, even watching individual orders. Now I have made money but nothing spectacular, I still have my day job.

My background is in math/game theory research and my side job is in IT. I "try" to invest only in coins backed by promising technology but don't mind getting on the hype train every now and then. Tracking all these numbers and plotting data points looking for the rights signals is almost impossible, but at least for me its pretty fun. Just being able to do some math on the side outside of my own research and work is very fun, and in this area can be very rewarding. But lately I have been seeing some trends become more and more common place but what they imply, and will eventually lead to, frighten me.

As the year has gone by I have gotten more and more detailed in how I look at the market behavior, and though I can't say I can see where all the dips and jumps are going to be (I cant), I can say I there is specific behavior and it's glaringly obvious. It's always obvious when a whale shows up.

The behaviors are easy to spot, pay walls, buy walls, and massive transactions. Each of these negatively affect the market. By either keeping the price down so they can buy more before the price goes up or by inflating the price for the "pump and dump" scam. Now most of us have lived with these whales as a necessary evil and even using them to make some money since eventually they will let the market correct itself. But lately I have been seeing new trends that are far worse, and in my opinion, will destroy the entire crypto-currency market. That trend is by killing natural price fluctuations.

This trend was most apparent yesterday(JAN 8) with one coin, XVG. A week ago with just a false update that the wraith protocol released XVG spiked almost 100%. Shortly after, about half a day, the market started to correct itself since it was all bull. So I was surprised yesterday to see XVG had a huge increase of about 25% in an hour. I did a little research and found that Wraith had actually released. Well that's great I thought, maybe I should invest in XVG again. Now that they've shown they can deliver, albeit late, it may still be early enough to make some profit of this boost. But as I looked at the timeline chart I saw the jump was only that first hour. In fact after the price stopped rising it started almost immediately overall decreasing. Then over the 12 hours it has been fluctuating between ~7%.

Many other coins in the top 20 have been fluctuating like this as well and at least I just chalked this up to periodic stagnation. Sometimes the market is just calm or red for a few days. But why would XVG being doing this? It just had major news. It should be all over the place, rising and falling continuously making corrections at least for a few hours. But in less then 2 hours, its already behaving like every other popular altcoin in the market. Minor fluctuations of ~7%, and some other coins are even fluctuating ~1% as of the time writing this. All of which are slowly going downward. Every uptick leading to large sells.

Looking at all my indicators it looks like sell walls and buy walls. Now this may seem like the same old whale behavior of trying to get more coins but it also means something else. A whale is controlling the price. But if someone is is stopping fluctuations and corrections of XVG, a coin that should be be all over the place rising and falling, whats stopping whales from controlling the prices of everything other coin? There isn't anything stopping them.

Every popular coin right now has evidence of pay walls, buy walls, and massive singular sells and buys at during upturns and downturns. Every popular coin has a whale controlling the price. Right now everybody is waiting. Not waiting on the coin to gain value, but waiting for the whales to let the coin have value. Someone is literally choosing when our next upturn happens.

The price of coins is no longer dependent on whether the tech behind it is useful or necessary or just a scam. It is all dependent on whether some rich whale thinks other people should make and money on that coin. Its why the other new coins all of a sudden gain massive value almost over night. It isn't because all the new users wanting to make a million or people having faith in the tech. Its just a whale baiting people buying into the (hopefully) next big thing while they bleed everyone out. Whales don't need the price to go up. They can make thousands of dollars a day even an hour baiting people to buy or sell. Then let a coin rise or fall to bait them in again.

The market being unregulated has allowed a select few control everything. As it becomes more mainstream and bigger players get involved things will only get worse. These whales will be able to siphon of all the value themselves while smaller players pick up the crumbs and hope that the whale decides to let a coin be it's true value. Right now every moon is just because someone let it happen. Hence the title. Soon there wont be a market at all, just schemes where people can get your money and never be tracked. The next massive crash may just be the last one.

This also leads to many other problems but those can be put into other posts. This is just something I wanted to get out there so more people are aware of the currents issues we as a community are facing.

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Original Poster1 point · 6 months ago

Your right about the rumor and news. What I was bring up was really the volatility. The New Years broken update made XVG volatile for 12+ hours. Yesterday it was only maybe 2 hours. even after volume went up 10x.

I'm not that impressed with XVG atm. It's just very odd behavior to see.

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The Dark Side of the Moon

Hey everyone, I've been seeing a disturbing trend lately and thought i would get everyone's opinion on the matter. *Disclaimer: I do invest in crypto-currency and do play the market. I both day trade and HODL so take what I say with a grain of salt. I am not a financial advisor. This is all observation and opinion.

I've been in the crypto-currency market for a little while now. I started watching the market since last January back when Bitcoin was about 1000 USD and everyone assumed bitcoin was only for drugs. I finally invested in March and just started really getting involved these last couple of months. I have been doing research on popular coins by looking in to price trackers, reading up on charts and behaviors, watching order books, getting data points from API's, even watching individual orders. Now I have made money but nothing spectacular, I still have my day job.

My background is in math/game theory research and my side job is in IT. I "try" to invest only in coins backed by promising technology but don't mind getting on the hype train every now and then. Tracking all these numbers and plotting data points looking for the rights signals is almost impossible, but at least for me its pretty fun. Just being able to do some math on the side outside of my own research and work is very fun, and in this area can be very rewarding. But lately I have been seeing some trends become more and more common place but what they imply, and will eventually lead to, frighten me.

As the year has gone by I have gotten more and more detailed in how I look at the market behavior, and though I can't say I can see where all the dips and jumps are going to be (I cant), I can say I there is specific behavior and it's glaringly obvious. It's always obvious when a whale shows up.

The behaviors are easy to spot, pay walls, buy walls, and massive transactions. Each of these negatively affect the market. By either keeping the price down so they can buy more before the price goes up or by inflating the price for the "pump and dump" scam. Now most of us have lived with these whales as a necessary evil and even using them to make some money since eventually they will let the market correct itself. But lately I have been seeing new trends that are far worse, and in my opinion, will destroy the entire crypto-currency market. That trend is by killing natural price fluctuations.

This trend was most apparent yesterday(JAN 8) with one coin, XVG. A week ago with just a false update that the wraith protocol released XVG spiked almost 100%. Shortly after, about half a day, the market started to correct itself since it was all bull. So I was surprised yesterday to see XVG had a huge increase of about 25% in an hour. I did a little research and found that Wraith had actually released. Well that's great I thought, maybe I should invest in XVG again. Now that they've shown they can deliver, albeit late, it may still be early enough to make some profit of this boost. But as I looked at the timeline chart I saw the jump was only that first hour. In fact after the price stopped rising it started almost immediately overall decreasing. Then over the 12 hours it has been fluctuating between ~7%.

Many other coins in the top 20 have been fluctuating like this as well and at least I just chalked this up to periodic stagnation. Sometimes the market is just calm or red for a few days. But why would XVG being doing this? It just had major news. It should be all over the place, rising and falling continuously making corrections at least for a few hours. But in less then 2 hours, its already behaving like every other popular altcoin in the market. Minor fluctuations of ~7%, and some other coins are even fluctuating ~1% as of the time writing this. All of which are slowly going downward. Every uptick leading to large sells.

Looking at all my indicators it looks like sell walls and buy walls. Now this may seem like the same old whale behavior of trying to get more coins but it also means something else. A whale is controlling the price. But if someone is is stopping fluctuations and corrections of XVG, a coin that should be be all over the place rising and falling, whats stopping whales from controlling the prices of everything other coin? There isn't anything stopping them.

Every popular coin right now has evidence of pay walls, buy walls, and massive singular sells and buys at during upturns and downturns. Every popular coin has a whale controlling the price. Right now everybody is waiting. Not waiting on the coin to gain value, but waiting for the whales to let the coin have value. Someone is literally choosing when our next upturn happens.

The price of coins is no longer dependent on whether the tech behind it is useful or necessary or just a scam. It is all dependent on whether some rich whale thinks other people should make and money on that coin. Its why the other new coins all of a sudden gain massive value almost over night. It isn't because all the new users wanting to make a million or people having faith in the tech. Its just a whale baiting people buying into the (hopefully) next big thing while they bleed everyone out. Whales don't need the price to go up. They can make thousands of dollars a day even an hour baiting people to buy or sell. Then let a coin rise or fall to bait them in again.

The market being unregulated has allowed a select few control everything. As it becomes more mainstream and bigger players get involved things will only get worse. These whales will be able to siphon of all the value themselves while smaller players pick up the crumbs and hope that the whale decides to let a coin be it's true value. Right now every moon is just because someone let it happen. Hence the title. Soon there wont be a market at all, just schemes where people can get your money and never be tracked. The next massive crash may just be the last one.

This also leads to many other problems but those can be put into other posts. This is just something I wanted to get out there so more people are aware of the currents issues we as a community are facing.

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Python programmer here, if there's any API out there that let's you get the orderbook entries, it's definitely possible.

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it would be easy enough to at least get the dumber whales/bots who make multiple sells/buys at either same amount or abnormally high sell volumes at a set price.

Buy-Whale is forcing everyone else to buy at incrementally higher prices. Someone else has set sell orders at said prices to try and take advantage of people outbidding the whale

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most likely the same person

I was just hinting at the fact that you have to take in to consideration collateral since it'll be a significant part of a transaction. A lot of people forget that part.

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That’s a really good point. That could even prevent high fluctuations if the tech is adopted on a wide scale as well

Which website is fast to update prices, CoinMarketCap or Coincap. io ? For example in the moment of writing this comment, Ripple is up for $2.22 on CoinMarketCap

& on Coincap. io it's $1.88

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Worldcoinindex is what works for me. It updates every 5-10 sec and shows prices on different exchanges

119 points · 2 years ago

Her gun control rhetoric has changed tone back and forth. It's hard to accuse her of flip-flopping because getting her to say whether she endorses a specific piece of legislation is like pulling teeth.

If you want to accuse her of flip-flopping, why go to gun control? Just mention gay rights, health care, the keystone pipeline, or the tpp.

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16 points · 2 years ago

He mentioned gun control because it is the most controversial in the US. Though I'm sure many more people agree gay rights, health care, keystone, and the TPP are more important, gun control grabs more attention from the loudest people on both sides of politics in the US.

16 points · 2 years ago

He mentioned gun control because it is the most controversial in the US.

Not really. The general population consistently is against any level of gun control besides a few purchase controls. It's not controversial; it's just a losing issue for the Democrats that they need to give up on.

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-3 points · 2 years ago

Well i think your generalizing way to much and disagree with your comment about the general population. The fact you bring up democrats are only for this means you think this is solely a party issue and it's not. (Also it really makes it sound like your republican and are specifically belittling democrats)

But again I never said specifics, just that it's controversial. And with your comments you are cementing what I said.

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-1 points · 2 years ago

Well since they put out so many products some wont be that successful or great. But neither of those services, Chrome and gmail, are the worst, they just arent the best.

And until Vimeo has the user base and the amount of content youtube has it isn't truly better. It might be made better but people dont watch videos online for the video player they watch them for the content. And seeing as not many users are linking to vimeo thats not going to change soon.

And ya it seems shady for end users about the collected data but remember thats the price for using their services. The services are free monetarily but not actually free. It's why people who know about the data collection still use google. Google is the best out there and thats the price you have to pay.

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Quantity is everything when its so much more, quality is great but to think youtube doesnt have quality content is pretty ignorant.

Also when you type in youtube into the browser you get content and a free way to upload. When you type in vimeo you get a page that asks you to create an account and pay for usage. That scares people away making sure they will never have the same popularity. A free, longstanding, great but not the best service will always beat a perfect paid for service.

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Original Poster17 points · 2 years ago

This certainly worked for the War on Drugs. 3 decades and counting and we've completely eliminated meth, heroin, cocaine, weed, extacy and every other drug off the continent.

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-2 points · 2 years ago · edited 2 years ago

Guns and drugs aren't even comparable. Anyone can grow/make most if not all drugs fairly easily and with little advanced knowledge. Almost anyone can get the materials and supplies needed and become proficient in less than a year.

Guns take alot of effort to create from scratch. You need a forge, knowledge of metallurgy, some very specific equipment that must be bought to shape the metal, bore and rifle. And then a huge amount of knowledge and skill to assemble them. Not many people can create and machine a basic rifle from scratch, and even less could make more advanced guns. Plus they are in 2 parts to be able to work, the gun itself and then the ammo.

Creating guns is much much harder than creating drugs.

And also the fact drugs are much more popular, easy to use, and more fun for the majority of people.

plus there is plenty of evidence everywhere in the world that tighter gun laws do correlate to less gun incidents. The argument exists for less gun laws because one side claims less guns means less gun violence not less guns means less violence.

Not really considering most of the components of a gun can now be 3D printed.

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Not that big of a deal when it still takes money and effort to do that, and the printers that are that cheap for the public to own use horrible materials to make guns.

Most people wont be eager for a plastic gun with one shot and a good change of blowing up in your hand.

Machines that make guns are exorbitantly expensive. So your point is irrelevant.

3 points · 2 years ago · edited 2 years ago

If our prison system becomes so good that people want to go there to have a better life, I'm ok with that. Those people have an interest in improving themselves and add to society. I'm ok with my tax dollars going to them.

Edit: I don't mean freeloading room and food. I mean if the prison system ends up giving people a good education/training that's fine by me.

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Then they should just join the military.

-9 points · 2 years ago

I can understand why people might think that the barbershop owner might be a dick but I definitely side with the owner in this case.

Seeing a man with a gun around the shop's neighborhood is going to scare away customers and hurt business. He may not be a threat, but he sure looks like one. There's almost no one who honestly wouldn't feel uneasy about being around an open carry especially after the recent mass shooting a day or two ago, and other gun related incidents with planned parenthood and at the BLM rally.

However, Lt. Rick Edwards noted that Kovacevic -- since reports started coming in Monday about him carrying a rifle in Akron -- has been spotted in predominately black communities.

Plus this is a white guy apparently walking around predominately black neighborhoods. This is already weird and a red flag. After the BLM incident and the mass shooting of the Charleston Church by a white supremacist, why would anyone want to even tolerate this behavior.

A white guy exercising his right to open carry is technically legal, but so is telling an officer to fuck off. Both are still really stupid. Tensions are high and if you go out of your way to walk the line, then don't expect things to go your way.

Edwards said police received seven calls about Kovacevic from worried citizens on Monday morning. One call came from the University of Akron police. He was seen on East Exchange, Sumner Street and in front of John R. Buchtel Community Learning Center on Copley Road.

This also shows that the shop owner wasnt the only one worried, since even some worried police called in to report it.

"I think he's doing it for the attention," Edwards said. "And he's got all the attention he wants.

This should be dealt with. I understand that the law says Kovacevic is legally in the right, but he is playing on racial tensions and right after a mass shooting. He is intentionally disturbing the public, and very likely intentionally trying to atangonise, and instigate a gun incident.

Why recast him? If he shows up in the Movies, they could still use Hugo Weaving, right? Or if they somehow manage to get him into the TV series...maybe?

Did you have something against Hugo's personification of Red Skull? I thought he did a good job. Granted, didn't read much Capt. America comics so I have no real frame of reference.

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What does have against it? The nazi part or something else?

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OK what are they? And i hope your points are not a highway system or environmental protection.

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