I've watched the full body-cam video... all of it.
The only thing wrong I saw one of the officers do was he littered when he threw away the disposable part of the breathalyzer. Everything else was textbook.
Here's a breakdown if you don't want to spend 45 mins doing your own research to make up your own mind:
Like, there are, mass murderers, child rapists, terrorists, that simply don’t deserve a second chance at life, even if it’s behind bars. And if murderers kill people, shouldn’t they be met with equal punishment?
I just think people put too much value in the lives of criminals
I think running with a shield on your back is currently quite overpowered and annoying to play agaisnt. Feels like there should be some downside to being able to block the majority of bullets shot at your back.
How do you know with 100% certainty that a person has committed the crime that he is being accused of? even if all the forensic equipment the DNA testing print gathering and witnesses the possibility that all the signs pointing towards an innocent person being the culprit of a major crime is still possible! the hair found on the crime scene can be purposefully placed, the prints found on the murder weapon might be a coincidence, the witness that claims to have seen this person commit the crime is under a lot of pressure and his memory has failed him, he believes that what he saw was true but it isn't.
i remember reading about a case where they arrested a woman that worked at a q-tip factory because some of her DNA got to the q-tips used by the police. (Article not the same one i red but its the same case)
there are people that confess to crimes they didn't commit and get paid to go to jail, some mental illnesses can be used to make a p... keep reading on reddit ➡
COVID has harmed a lot of people financially for sure, but it's cute that she somehow thinks she should be treated differently for breaking her 5 year mortgage term early.
I wonder how many people out there are similarly over leveraged, used to getting that air b&b money and won't rent month to month to a tenant, and renting rooms in her own home which is excessive space wise for a single mother with one child.
She claims she's lost all of her clients...yet people are still buying and selling so I am not sure why that is.
I wonder how many people out there rely on real estate for income and once that is gone, they are sitting ducks.
For context, I'm someone who just got through the hell that is P1/D4, I had to look at the opgg of my team at champ select each single time and dodge wherever there was on obviously boosted guy (20W-80L) or a D4 0LP who's first timing a champion in an offrole just for fun because he literally can't demote etc... here's my op.gg for the scepticals
Before the fix you could just dodge the game, wait 5 minutes, get the -3LP, play some games then dodge again for -3LP, now you get -10LP for 24h after the first dodge and it just feels bad, there are games that are 100% lost on champ select, and on that elo, there is just not enough of them, you have to dodge multiple times a day if you want to have a chance at climbing.
Now, If I dodge one single game, I switch accounts and only come back a day after, because why waste -10 or -17LP + 20 minutes for no reason, I'd rather have fun in low elo, learn new champs and keep my points. I never playe... keep reading on reddit ➡
Before I get into my actual point I want to address any mods that might delete this post because they don’t think its an unpopular opinion. There are currently several hundred million people living in the US that support the death penalty. Around 75% of Americans support its use while only 10% are indifferent and 15% are against it. So considering my opinion is within the 15% category I believe this would constitute as an unpopular opinion.
The title summarizes my thoughts concisely but I will elaborate further on why I think the death penalty should not exist. I will list multiple individual arguments to support my belief. If you plan on debating one my points, please put the number of the argument you are responding to before your comment. This will help me respond to everyone. Also to help condense the length of my arguments; (LIP = life in prison) & (DP = death penalty). I will also be specifically referring to the use of the death penalty in the US, however most of my ar... keep reading on reddit ➡
The game ran fantastic for me the entire beta with minimal crashes or bugs. However, on launch, me and my group of friends have run into a never ending cycle of crashing and DC-ing from our games. It really goes well with the stricter leaver penalties, and we've been sitting through hour long bans because your game keep crashing and booting us from the servers. I suggest relaxing AFK and leaver penalties until you're sure the game is actually running correcting, and these crashes and DC's (which are new since the start of beta) are at least verbally addressed. It's simply ridiculous that the playerbase is being punished for your game crashing, and you're doing an excellent job pushing away prospective players.
Yes I know this question about tfsa’s and day trading and getting audited has been asked many times. Yet, I can’t find one single person with a personal story of what happened, if they just had to pay tax, or if they had to pay penalties and fines on top of the tax. I’ve gone through every post on reddit about this, and have found no specific answers. Would love to hear some real stories
Riot Scruffy confirmed on twitter: "We're backing away from dodge penalty increases. Hearing your feedback about the reasons that make you want to dodge convinced us that we can get more value hitting those issues first.
The team is refocusing on reducing game ruining behavior and matchmaking improvements."
EDIT: source: https://twitter.com/MarkYetter/status/1248336910931521542
For example: Why should I pay the same amount of money for speeding as another person who earns 10x more money, than I do.
Isn't the whole reason for montery punishment, to make the person feel the impact of his/hers wrongdoing?
But if a person, who earns 100k a month has to pay 300€ for a speeding ticket, do you really think that person cares at all?
Someone who earns just 1k a month will no doubt feel the impact, paying a third of his salary for one illegal action.
So are the any actual downsides in implementing a percantage based penalty?
As far as I know, some countries already adapted that kind of system and I'm not aware of any real problems with it.
The amount of rage quitters its beyond absurd im really tired of ppl that just dont care mostly at low diamond high plat.
It is really frustrating because the penalty is minimal and in most cases it does not happen, the same guy who goes afk after being 0/4 queues again 5 mins later
Edit: By minimal i mean 5 games low prio queue what is such a joke.
Edit2: I just got another rage quitter i cant even play the game this is unreal lol
Edit3: I know this kinda can happen in every ELO but plat - diamond players just mental boom after 2 deaths
I'm in my 40's and have the odd situation of having way more in my retirement accounts than in my non-retirement accounts. I could actually quit my job and FIRE if most of my money were accessible penalty-free. I'm wondering if anyone else has considered about taking early withdraws (up to the standard deduction), and paying the 10% penalty in order to FIRE. The withdraws could also be considered the income necessary to qualify for ACA subsidies (well, I'm still researching this).
Update: Thanks for all the advice. I'm going to spend time looking at 72(t) and the Roth ladder, as well as continue to model just taking the penalty hit. I appreciate all the feedback.