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2012-04-23 01:49:50 AM
5 votes:

HeliumAddict: Bathia_Mapes: He'll need 24/7 security or he will never live to stand trial.

Gee, that would be such a shame...

Collective prayer for Karma to go to work on this douchebag?


As much I think he's guilty of at least manslaughter, he is entitled to a trial.
2012-04-23 03:16:42 AM
3 votes:

9beers: hbk72777: White Hispanics

WTF is a white Hispanic? Is Obama a white African American?


Rather than asking the same question again and again, you could look it up. It's a long used term in population demographics.

Or perhaps you'd like a history lesson?
The term Hispanic has to do with Spanish origins, or in some cases, origins from a country that was part of the Spanish empire. Let's stick with Spanish origins for now.

Back in the middle ages, after the fall of the Roman Empire, parts of Europe were invaded from the South. Spain, in particular, was occupied and held as "Moorish" territory. As often happens, men among the invaders take up with the local women. In this case, as the invaders were dark skinned, the children of these couplings tended to have darker skin than the Caucasian natives of Spain. The occupation of Spain lasted a long time. There was much mingling. Because of this, many Spaniards are darker than typical Caucasians, however, as is ever typical, societies develop various social tiers and those of Hispanic (from Spain) are no exception. The lighter your skin color, the more upper-class you were treated in Spain. This has been reproduced throughout Latin America where, in addition to variation in skin color from old Moorish heritage, further intermarriage between Africans and Native Americans has produced a broad variation in racial heritage for many who still match the classification of "Hispanic".

To simplify somewhat, Hispanic refers to a shorter term country of origin going back to either Spain or a Spanish colony. "White" or "Caucasian" refers to longer term racial heritage.

I'm not going to charge you this time, but next time try not to repeat questions that are actually part of a basic grammar school education, especially if you are going to ask it in a way that is trying to imply the term is somehow stupid. Because that level of a lack of awareness of self makes many of us very very sad.
2012-04-23 05:44:17 AM
2 votes:
Reading all the gleeful, exited predictions of riots if Zimmerman is acquitted, it's painfully obvious that a lot of people actively WANT that to happen.
Hmmm.
I wonder why.
I'm starting to suspect that timid little beta males who spend too much time alone with their computers get f**ked up in the head.
2012-04-23 03:18:11 PM
1 votes:

9beers: Zimmerman's supporters are holding a rally this Sunday.


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2012-04-23 02:28:40 PM
1 votes:
gimmegimme
You said: "Really? I live on a dead end street in a pretty nice neighborhood. I occasionally engage people who I don't know. Just a polite conversation can clear up quite a lot of confusion and misunderstanding."

I dunno...if you're "concerned" about someone walking on the street near your house, I do think paranoia applies unless you have some reason to believe you are in danger.


Really? You think that concern and paranoia are the same thing? I didn't say I engage every walker on our street. That would be quite impossible as it is a popular street for people to walk and bike up. If someone gives me cause to be concerned then I engage them. You may want to look up the difference between concern and paranoia.

As I said, you have the right to ask a bystander what they are up to, but it's an interrogation. If I'm walking on your street, minding my own business, listening to music or just thinking about life, I'll probably think you're an unpleasant person for making the assumption that I am there to kidnap your children or otherwise up to no good. You may call it a conversation, but it's an interrogation; you are asking me to justify my presence in a place I have the perfect right to occupy. After all, if I give the wrong answer when you question me, you'll undoubtedly call the authorities, right?


And you think I am the paranoid one?

If you are just walking down my street on a Saturday afternoon then I will likely smile and wave. If you engage in suspicious behavior then yes, you will get some more attention. Again, how one conducts oneself is a key factor.


//Really? You think I'm a troll because I assert my right to walk a public street without justification?

No, I think you are a troll because of the way you attempt to twist words and make assumptions so that you can justify being argumentative.
2012-04-23 12:31:23 PM
1 votes:

squirrelflavoredyogurt: divx88: brainscab: I want to know if this guy studied the self defense laws before he went out to pick a fight with a gun in his pocket,

Curious if any of you have half a brain.

Court system swayed by lynch mobs and slant media, prosecutors not submitting all evidence to a case (which is illegal), dead or alive bounties (which is illegal). Obnoxious "murder 2" charge, when the only thing really unclear is if Zimmerman provoked Trayvon; which in that case it'd be man slaughter.

Funny that they use a picture of Trayvon at 12 years of age.

[sadhillnews.com image 547x410]

So yes, put down your STOLEN skittles and tea and stop acting shady.

Can't really play the black card either given no charges have been brought on the leader of the BP for issuing a dead or alive bounty.

I find it funny that stalking someone, then gunning them down is your idea of manslaughter. I'd say that when being followed by an older man, Trayvon had a right to attack Zimmerman under Florida's stand your ground laws.

Link of the 911 call from Zimmerman where he admits to following Trayvon, is told not to, then says Trayvon ran. Somehow Trayvon ended up dead by Zimmerman's gun, but we're supposed to believe it's because Zimmerman stood his ground, not Trayvon.


Have you listened to it? You can clearly tell when Zimmerman gets out of his car, starts running and stops once the dispatcher tells him he doesn't have to follow Martin. Somehow Martin ended up dead 20' from that spot 3 minutes later.

This isn't a case of one party chasing the other, it's a case of someone hiding in the vicinity or doubling back to confront the person following them earlier.
2012-04-23 12:08:09 PM
1 votes:
People want to break this down to guns or race, but what about simple manners and respect for other people?

GZ: Hi there, how are you doing tonight?

TM: Fine, thank you.

GZ: I haven't seen you around here before, I'm George, I help out with the community watch in this neighborhood.

TM: Hello George, I'm Treyvon, I'm staying with my Dad for a little while, he lives at (enter street address)

GZ: Ok Treyvon, have a great night and welcome to the neighborhood.

Manners. Because pretending you are a cop or a thug is not worth getting arrested or dead.
2012-04-23 11:06:46 AM
1 votes:
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2012-04-23 09:16:03 AM
1 votes:
He'd be smart to get out of a state where you can kill someone and then say you felt threatened for your life. What a twist of events that'd be.
2012-04-23 08:33:56 AM
1 votes:
I would be very curious to know how many of the "let justice run its course","look at the evidence" brigade are also OK with everything that happened in Gitmo, military trials, enhanced interrogation techniques and so on.
To a Black in the South, white vigilantes are Al Qaeda. Worse than Al Qaeda, if you see the number of people they killed, so it is a perfectly fair comparison. Oh, sorry, of course not, justice should only run its full course with non-brown people.
2012-04-23 08:28:51 AM
1 votes:

ensign_noname: Another few thousand years and all of this racial title bullshiat will be a laughing stock.


I'd *LIKE* to believe that, but nothing in the several thousand years of recorded history would lead me to believe that is true.
2012-04-23 08:25:35 AM
1 votes:
Whatever your opinion of the man (and mine is very low), the law would appear to be on his side. I see absolutely no case for a 2nd degree murder conviction. He's going to walk.
2012-04-23 08:11:07 AM
1 votes:

MarkEC: For those that feel Zimmerman is guilty, please explain what Martin was doing during the 1.5 minutes that Zimmerman had lost sight of him while he was on the line with 911. He was well within range of getting home within that 1.5 minutes.


maybe it was the fact that he was talking to his girlfriend on the phone? I know when I was his age I didn't talk to my girlfriend within earshot of my mom. He thought he lost Zimmerman so he was taking his time getting back talking to her. I'm sure if he'd known the madman with a gun was still hunting him down he'd not have been casually talking to her on the phone.
2012-04-23 07:58:21 AM
1 votes:

brainscab: I want to know if this guy studied the self defense laws before he went out to pick a fight with a gun in his pocket,


Even if he studied the laws, he either ignored his ccw instructor or had an incompetent ass teaching his class. Mine basically described a situation like this to the class, and asked, could you have done anything to avoid it? Then why the the fark didn't you? As a ccw holder you have a duty to avoid situations, it sounds cool to say, well I'd rather be judged by 12 than carried by 6, but in reality why put yourself through either, if you are in public and see a bad situation go the other direction. Even if Zimmerman is cleared of all charges, his life is still basically ruined.
2012-04-23 07:44:49 AM
1 votes:
This is going to be another Casey Anthony. I have my own personal opinions about the case but there's nowhere near enough evidence for a murder trial. Zimmerman, who I think *might* be found guilty of a lesser charge will be found innocent of murder and will walk free and the entire nation will be up in arms about it. Hopefully there won't be riots/violence.
2012-04-23 07:13:17 AM
1 votes:
doglover [TotalFark] 2012-04-23 02:32:56 AM

The sad fact is, Treyvon might have been young, but all evidence points to the shooting being as clean cut as police initially treated it. The outrage has brought it to a Murder 2 trial instead of a manslaughter, but nothing has come to light that points at Zimmerman as anything but honest. Every new development and bit of info points to Treyvon basically working hard to get shot that night.



It's posts like this that remind me: white people can make themselves believe anything. White people will always choose clueless, willfully blind ignorance over the truth when it comes to black people.
2012-04-23 06:25:34 AM
1 votes:

pedobearapproved: wademh: Voice analysis of 911 calls has suggested it wasn't George calling for help.

You've seen the problems with this "evidence" haven't you? Like the software used doesn't have a great success rate for two speeches from the same person. Until the FBI, and not some dofus with a laptop trying to sell something, says it I'm not letting this count for anything.


I believe my language was appropriate. There's a real problem between being able to conclusively rule something in, and ruling something out. They could not conclusively rule George in. That is distinct from ruling George out. Without appropriate samples of Trayvon's voice, they can't do a relative comparison. However, it gives great room for other evidence to come into play. That's what I want to see: the rest of the evidence.
2012-04-23 06:15:25 AM
1 votes:

OMG! We're All Gonna Die!: LordJiro: 9beers: strathmeyer: How come when you make stuff up it's facts but when we try to describe to you what happened it's speculation? You're ignorant because this is a simple cause of right and wrong that you are obviously injecting your bias into.

I've never said that any of the things I've speculated on are facts. What I just said is that unlike those of the mob, my speculations aren't being shot down left and right. It is a simple case of right and wrong. Zimmerman was within his rights and Martin was wrong for attacking somebody.

Except NOBODY has any facts, one way or the other, as to who started the fight. The eyewitness didn't see the start of the fight.

The only account we have about how the fight began is from Zimmerman, and considering the circumstances, his word on that matter is unreliable.

The whole case rests on whether or not Zimmerman initiated the confrontation. If not, fine; Zimmerman was acting in self-defense. If he did, then Martin was the one acting in self-defense, and Zimmerman is a murderer.

So yes, you're speculating just as much as anyone else here.

What makes gz unreliable? His bail was based on the fact that he was reliable. It appears his been honest and cooperative the whole time.

You can't force it man. Just go with the flow man. BE COOL MAN!


His account of how the fight started is unreliable because the fight ENDED with him killing Martin. If he initiated the confrontation and told the officers that he did so, he'd have been behind bars on day one and we'd never have heard of the case.

He has clear incentive to lie about the events.
2012-04-23 06:03:48 AM
1 votes:

FubarBDilligaf: The only facts I've seen released so far support self-defense. Unless they have more evidence than has been released, or Zimmerman changes his story, there is no way in hell they'll get a conviction that stands.


Zimmerman has apparently had some 'inconsistencies' in his story. The fact he has talked too much to too many people means if he goes down it will be because he sunk himself.

It does seem that the prosecutions angle is that they think they can prove Zimmerman pursued, and pursued aggressively the entire time. Whether they can prove this or not we will have to wait and see, but if that was the case and they can show Zimmerman was clearly threatening enough to Martin that Martin was covered under 'SYG' himself, then Zimmerman has no defense. I don't think anyone but an idiot at this point believes Zimmerman had no injuries - a fight obviously took place - but if the actions leading up to that were sufficiently threatening to Martin, that evidence becomes irrelevant.
tl,dr; If the prosecution can place 'SYG' protection on Martin, then Zimmy doesn't get it. at least that seems to be the direction they are taking at this point.
2012-04-23 05:52:13 AM
1 votes:

OMG! We're All Gonna Die!: All facts point to trayvon as a not so nice kinda guy if you know what I mean. I'm not saying he deserved to die, but if someone attacked me unprovoked (like evidence says he did to zim). I'd shoot to.


All facts point to Trayvon as an A and B student, who was on the honor roll, who was planning on going to college and becoming an aviation mechanic someday. His teachers have said he was cheerful and non-violent. Trayvon was never arrested for any crimes in his life. Even if he was a petty thief and sometime marijuana user, it's no big deal. I did that too when I was 17. Eventually I grew up and quit doing childish things.

Zimmerman on the other hand has been arrested for violence. Zimmerman also had a restraining order put on him by a former girlfriend who was scared to death that he would beat her. Zimmerman is the real thug.

The evidence indicates that Zimmerman was stalking Trayvon and that Trayvon was scared of the man following him around the neighborhood. If Trayvon punched Zimmerman it was only to defend himself from an armed stalker.
2012-04-23 05:28:33 AM
1 votes:

9beers: strathmeyer: How come when you make stuff up it's facts but when we try to describe to you what happened it's speculation? You're ignorant because this is a simple cause of right and wrong that you are obviously injecting your bias into.

I've never said that any of the things I've speculated on are facts. What I just said is that unlike those of the mob, my speculations aren't being shot down left and right. It is a simple case of right and wrong. Zimmerman was within his rights and Martin was wrong for attacking somebody.


Except NOBODY has any facts, one way or the other, as to who started the fight. The eyewitness didn't see the start of the fight.

The only account we have about how the fight began is from Zimmerman, and considering the circumstances, his word on that matter is unreliable.

The whole case rests on whether or not Zimmerman initiated the confrontation. If not, fine; Zimmerman was acting in self-defense. If he did, then Martin was the one acting in self-defense, and Zimmerman is a murderer.

So yes, you're speculating just as much as anyone else here.
2012-04-23 05:18:30 AM
1 votes:

Gyrfalcon: sonorangal: I lived in San Diego when the LA Riots happened. I had a free weekend and was going to go to LA. I got a late start, things kept happening that were delaying my trip for some reason, then I got one of those sixth since things that warn of trouble. I decided not to go and stayed home. My room mates had the TV on and I was glad I stayed home because the places I wanted to go, some were in the middle of riots.

I had a coworker who had a home in Paramount, he took time off so that him and his neighbors could protect their part of the neighborhood.

The footage of the truck driver getting bricks thrown at him, people shooting from the roof tops of their stores as they were looted was surreal.

I knew the violence would end because the mail couldn't get through and the first was check day. I ended going up a couple weeks later. Glass on most places was fixed but the burned out buildings were a grim reminder how something could happen in an instant.

Oh, that was an awesome couple days. I was doing a medic internship in Long Beach Memorial ER; a couple of my friends were at King/Drew Medical Center and Daniel Freeman. The guys at Freeman were the ones who dragged Denney off his truck after the gangbanger and his friends drove him there (the truck wouldn't fit under the ER canopy). My friend at King was there for 50 hours and was doing IVs one-handed by the end of it all, and got to treat gunshot wounds all by himself.

What I recall was going back to Long Beach the two days later, when the Marines were outside the door and treating a paramedic for exhaustion after they'd run something like 40 calls in 48 hours--he sat down and couldn't stand back up again. That and hearing the C-130's landing at Los Alamitos all night long bringing in the National Guard.

Of course my favorite memory is doing a thesis paper a few years later, analyzing why it was mostly Daryl Gates' fault the whole debacle happened in the first place. Dumbass cop.


Daryl Gates handled the whole thing badly. It it was understandable with the way the police force was too in the poorer neighborhoods of LA. Rodney wasn't the greatest guy either. He should never been treated the way he was by police. He's unfortunate beating brought a lot of things wrong with the police force to light.

I was in the Navy and my boyfriend at that time was planning on getting out and becoming a sheriff. He was taking classes when this happened and his instructors tried to justify the excessive beating or Rodney as he was on drugs and they (the police) could not control him. I called BS on that and had very heated discussion on why it was not right either way.
2012-04-23 04:34:23 AM
1 votes:

FubarBDilligaf: God damn this place gets stupid in the early hours. If I have a buck for every idiot I've seen say "facts" while spouting speculation, and five bucks for the idiots flat out making things up, I could retire.

My list for "Zimmerman-Martin Idiot" is about to get longer than my "9-11 Idiot" list.

The only facts I've seen released so far support self-defense. Unless they have more evidence than has been released, or Zimmerman changes his story, there is no way in hell they'll get a conviction that stands.


See, what's interesting about that is how did this case become the Monk Agatha Christie Mystery, we know who killed him, we generally know what happened, we're not looking for Mr. Green in the dining room with the candlestick, so the only 'facts' missing are what we could have got from the dead guy. It's hard to defend your case when you're dead. I know people who work as volunteer police, they wear uniforms, they don't approach suspicious people, they call it in and wait for real cops, and they certainly don't carry a gun. If George was defending himself, and he may have been, it was because he unnecessarily put himself in a dangerous situation. But you're probably right, FL law will get him off the hook as it will be hard to say it was murder, because I think it was more like manslaughter, the cops farked up the investigation, and the DA is a d-bag. But I still think if George would have just stayed home playing Call of Duty like the rest of us, he wouldn't have shot an unarmed teenager that wasn't doing anything wrong, yes, Martin wasn't student of the month, but he wasn't Tookie Williams either.
2012-04-23 04:31:03 AM
1 votes:

FubarBDilligaf: God damn this place gets stupid in the early hours. If I have a buck for every idiot I've seen say "facts" while spouting speculation, and five bucks for the idiots flat out making things up, I could retire.

My list for "Zimmerman-Martin Idiot" is about to get longer than my "9-11 Idiot" list.

The only facts I've seen released so far support self-defense. Unless they have more evidence than has been released, or Zimmerman changes his story, there is no way in hell they'll get a conviction that stands.


Firstly, one must distinguish between "stand your ground" and "self-defense". Legal opinion varies but stand your ground may well not apply given that George pressed the encounter by exiting his car to follow.

As to simpler notions of self-defense, we mostly have just George's statements. Those don't qualify as "facts" as yet.
We have some mixed eye witness testimony, as is typical of eye witness testimony. Nobody is claiming to have seen the first punch thrown. We even have mixed reports of who was on top of whom. Voice analysis of 911 calls has suggested it wasn't George calling for help.
We do have that George did indeed receive some injuries.

I'd say we need a great deal more evidence and analysis of evidence presented before we credit Z's story.
I'd also say that the 911 transcripts paint the picture of a man spoiling for an encounter with somebody he was convinced was up to no good.

I'm hoping some evidence comes forward that is more decisive than anything we've seen so far.
2012-04-23 04:18:12 AM
1 votes:

HBK: OMG! We're All Gonna Die!: 9beers: JuggleGeek: Posting pics that aren't him and lying about what happened makes you look like you're going for the "9beers troll of the thread" award.

Yep, keep throwing out the T word because you can't make one valid argument to support what you think happened that night.

It's funny how beers is a troll for using fact based logic. It's sad that's the direction our country is headed.

/I'll buy you a six pack dude.

Dumb people on fark resort to calling people who don't agree with them trolls when they realize their own positions are weakly supported or wholly unsupported.


Looks like someone needs to post that screencap of 9beers saying Zimmerman deserving a medal for keeping that thug off the streets. Because clearly that's a rational opinion supported by facts.
2012-04-23 04:03:31 AM
1 votes:
God damn this place gets stupid in the early hours. If I have a buck for every idiot I've seen say "facts" while spouting speculation, and five bucks for the idiots flat out making things up, I could retire.

My list for "Zimmerman-Martin Idiot" is about to get longer than my "9-11 Idiot" list.

The only facts I've seen released so far support self-defense. Unless they have more evidence than has been released, or Zimmerman changes his story, there is no way in hell they'll get a conviction that stands.
2012-04-23 03:28:14 AM
1 votes:

9beers: Yep, keep throwing out the T word because you can't make one valid argument to support what you think happened that night.


What I think happened was that Martin was walking home, ZImmerman started following him, Martin ran at first, then hid, Zimmerman chased him. That's supported by Zimmermans's phone call. Obviously at some point, Zimmerman caught him. And then we end up with a teenager with a gaping chest wound.

You think that's great, that's how things should go. You claim Martin was casing houses, that he was a thug, and that Zimmerman should get a medal. You've stated as fact that Martin started the physical confrontation, even though Zimmerman's own 911 call makes it clear that it was Zimmerman who wanted a confrontation and Martin was trying to get away from it. You've claimed that Zimmerman didn't chase Martin, despite Zimmerman saying it on the phone call and the body being found in a back yard.

You're an idiot if you really believe the crap you're spouting, but you've told enough outright lies along the way that I think you're just trolling.

My main issue with this case wasn't just that it happened, but the horrible investigation. When you have a smoking gun and a dead body, the cops shouldn't just say "Oh, well sir, if you say it was legal, you can go". Apparently it took them days to identify the body, while his parents were looking for him? He was on his cell phone to his GF shortly before the altercation. Couldn't they have used that cell phone and called back the last caller, or the # attached to "Dad" or something?

Unlike you, I don't want idiots to go out, start fights, and kill people without the police doing their farking job. I'm fine with self defense laws, stand your ground laws. But Zimmerman didn't stand his ground, he went looking for trouble, and he killed someone.

I'm not convinced it should be murder. I think it should probably be a manslaughter charge. I also think he should have a much lower bond.
2012-04-23 03:19:45 AM
1 votes:

Gyrfalcon: bonefish: I find it interesting you can follow someone around until they turn on you pissed off, then just kill them, totally legal. So intriguing, if you're willing to go through the trouble.

Only in some states. In some states, you'll be looking at a murder charge.


The whole thing stinks of a high stakes version of sticking your finger in someone's face... Kind of wild it is even slightly legal, looking for trouble, playing cop what have you.
2012-04-23 03:19:20 AM
1 votes:

doglover: Just because Treyvon wasn't very good at pounding people's heads off concrete doesn't make it a non-lethal attack to do so


Trayvon was standing his ground against some strange man who came after him with a gun in the middle of the night.

Zimmerman was the aggressor.
2012-04-23 02:43:08 AM
1 votes:

9beers: TheJoe03: I also found it funny that dumb ole 9Beers was ignorant enough to not know there where white latinos and he actually thought such an idea was unbelievable.

Yeah, I'm the ignorant one, not a moron like you that's been speculating on this case from the beginning and being proven to be an idiot every time new information comes out.


You've been speculating too. You cannot deny that fact.
2012-04-23 02:26:48 AM
1 votes:

OMG! We're All Gonna Die!: Zizzowop: OMG! We're All Gonna Die!: In before the thousand liberal comments. Hahahahahahah. Can't wait til he gets off free no charges. Can't cry and make him guilty. Not the way it works. Sorry. Tray should have kept his hands to himself and not been a thug. The truth will come out. The lie will be shown for what they are.

/ I've been wrongly been called racist a hundred times from cry baby racist that can't have an intelligent conversation based on fact and not imagination.

// have a great Monday buddy.

I guess he wasn't thug enough. Those Skittles and Ice Tea are so gangsta.

Didnt get the gold teeth memo?


You know that reminded me of the time I was cruising through Hayward CA and saw a neon sign, yes, a NEON sign that said Gold Teeth in the window of a store. I have never seen how that's cool.
2012-04-23 02:23:56 AM
1 votes:

divx88: The great google lied. Either way you all avoided the fact that they show Zimmerman in an orange jumper and Treyvan like he's some poor innocent kid with a great future ahead of him and completely innocent.


How shocking that the news would show someone that just killed a guy and was just arrested in an orange jumper and then portray some unarmed teenage kid that was killed as a teenage kid with his future ahead of him. What an outrage!
2012-04-23 02:19:28 AM
1 votes:

Jim_Callahan: Drummer: Uh oh.. LA Riots v2.0 ?

People, especially stupid people, are upset, but nowhere neat that upset. Zimmerman's not an actual authority figure and is actually being prosecuted, after all, it's hard to argue that he represents some sort of institutional racism that's beyond the reach of the normal, legal means of recourse... even for stupid people.



Thanks Jim. I had diner in Sanford at a Denny's at 4am, 2 nights ago. Blacks and whites and hispanics, and white-hispanics, and black-hispanics, and white-blacks, and black-whites and black-white-hispanics and white-black-hispanics, and hispanic-black-whites - all sitting around eating their bacon and egg grand slam breakfast peacefully minding thier own business.

You know, actually most of Sanford, minus Al Sharpton and the new black panthers, is looking at the rest of the nation saying "Why are you hoping, no drooling, to have race riots here, you sick racists fark-twats?":
2012-04-23 02:18:36 AM
1 votes:
It's a bad week to be the manager of a Foot Locker.
2012-04-23 02:06:51 AM
1 votes:

Drummer: Uh oh.. LA Riots v2.0 ?


People, especially stupid people, are upset, but nowhere neat that upset. Zimmerman's not an actual authority figure and is actually being prosecuted, after all, it's hard to argue that he represents some sort of institutional racism that's beyond the reach of the normal, legal means of recourse... even for stupid people.
2012-04-23 02:06:33 AM
1 votes:

brainscab: I want to know if this guy studied the self defense laws before he went out to pick a fight with a gun in his pocket,


Curious if any of you have half a brain.

Court system swayed by lynch mobs and slant media, prosecutors not submitting all evidence to a case (which is illegal), dead or alive bounties (which is illegal). Obnoxious "murder 2" charge, when the only thing really unclear is if Zimmerman provoked Trayvon; which in that case it'd be man slaughter.

Funny that they use a picture of Trayvon at 12 years of age.

sadhillnews.com

So yes, put down your STOLEN skittles and tea and stop acting shady.

Can't really play the black card either given no charges have been brought on the leader of the BP for issuing a dead or alive bounty.
2012-04-23 02:04:27 AM
1 votes:

AverageAmericanGuy: I hope blacks can look past their rage and let the justice system do its work unimpeded.

Part of being part of society is accepting the rulings of the court system, even when it goes against you. They didn't understand this after Rodney King, let's hope they understand it 21 years later.


Yeah. If a mob wants to exact extrajudicial race-based revenge they need to follow the time-tested protocol of using a tree, a noose, and completely reverse the ethnicities of the parties involved. That way an average american guy wouldn't be offended.
2012-04-23 01:59:04 AM
1 votes:

Ted Kennedy's Brain Tumor: Yes, once he's found not guilty because the prosecution are incompetent, vindictive morons in lieu of the O.J. Simpson trial--bad things will happen. God bless Common Law.


The only reason he is being tried is because if he wasn't charged, there would be riots over it. Now, he has to jump through all the hoops of a full trial, be found 'not guilty' of Murder 2, then wisely invest the proceeds from the book deal. Of course, instead of all the cheering like what happened with the OJ deal, there will still be riots... just itty bitty ones compared to what it would have been were he not charged.

Murder 2 isn't gonna fly regardless of the prosecution's competence unless the jury gets stacked. If they really wanted him, they would have charged him with a slightly lesser crime that is sure to stick.
2012-04-23 01:54:19 AM
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9beers: hbk72777: White Hispanics

WTF is a white Hispanic? Is Obama a white African American?


Actually Charlize Theron is a considered a White African American. Obama and Zimmerman are simply Americans with mixed backgrounds.
2012-04-23 01:53:26 AM
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I'll say this about Trayvon Martin, the kid had good taste in snacks. That Arizona tea is the best damn stuff to cure a case of cotton mouth.
2012-04-23 01:51:44 AM
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hbk72777: White Hispanics


WTF is a white Hispanic? Is Obama a white African American?
2012-04-23 01:48:54 AM
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nekulor: I expect several people to attempt to weed-whack him to death, followed, by several attempted shootings and a wood chipper accident a la Tucker and Dale Vs. Evil.


I expect a shiat-ton of smack talk and some death threats, and no real threat on his life.
2012-04-23 01:44:44 AM
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Yes, once he's found not guilty because the prosecution are incompetent, vindictive morons in lieu of the O.J. Simpson trial--bad things will happen. God bless Common Law.
2012-04-23 01:40:09 AM
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i.istockimg.com

Bringin out the troll dinner bell.
2012-04-23 01:39:18 AM
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I hope he's not wearing a hoodie.
2012-04-23 01:38:01 AM
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He'll need 24/7 security or he will never live to stand trial.
2012-04-23 01:37:43 AM
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Is that what suicide costs these days?

F*cking inflation.
 
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