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2012-08-09 03:23:18 AM
developed jointly by software giant Microsoft and the NYPD

Any bets on how long before it gets a virus and crashes to a BSOD?
 
2012-08-09 04:37:05 AM
Don't forget Muslims. Oh, I'm sorry, maybe that's only good for when the NYPD crosses state lines and goes hunting for them in other jurisdictions.
 
2012-08-09 04:57:52 AM
I'm not comfortable with the automation of police work.
 
2012-08-09 05:02:36 AM
It can also detect the powdery sugar dust knocked off a freshly made doughnut and triangulate the source within seven centimeters.
 
2012-08-09 05:02:49 AM
You are fined one credit for a violation of the Verbal Morality Statute.

Bad language, chocolate, gasoline, un-educational toys, and anything spicy. Abortion is also illegal, but then again so is pregnancy...if you don't have a license.
 
2012-08-09 05:18:50 AM
System cannot detect bad cops within a 100 mile radius.
 
2012-08-09 05:18:52 AM
Dooooood, does this mean the NYPD will be surfing around looking at all the cameras like they do on NCIS?
 
2012-08-09 05:19:27 AM

Researcher: You are fined one credit for a violation of the Verbal Morality Statute.

Bad language, chocolate, gasoline, un-educational toys, and anything spicy. Abortion is also illegal, but then again so is pregnancy...if you don't have a license.


But what about the three seashells?
 
2012-08-09 05:22:09 AM
cdn.rickey.org


unamused.
 
2012-08-09 05:23:19 AM
Wait, did they get the idea from The Dark Knight?
 
2012-08-09 05:23:46 AM
Bin Laden still getting victories from beyond the grave.
You can't help but admire him for that.
 
2012-08-09 05:28:04 AM
Relevent Link

i494.photobucket.com
/how did this not make that vid
 
2012-08-09 05:28:49 AM
Also forgive my drunk spelling lolz
 
2012-08-09 05:29:52 AM
I saw a thing a while ago on current tv... Some people were doing interviews about the stop and frisk thing. While one guy was speaking at least ten children were behind him throwing obvious gang signs and laughing.

So I'm okay with this. Sorry new York. Try not being criminals and maybe mommy and daddy will let you play unsupervised. Law abiding citizens have nothing to hide.
 
2012-08-09 05:31:32 AM

Aloy: Researcher: You are fined one credit for a violation of the Verbal Morality Statute.

Bad language, chocolate, gasoline, un-educational toys, and anything spicy. Abortion is also illegal, but then again so is pregnancy...if you don't have a license.

But what about the three seashells?


You wipe your ass with them
 
2012-08-09 05:34:37 AM
We've only just now caught up with the UK?
 
2012-08-09 05:49:38 AM
I find it truly fascinating that a country which went toe to toe with empires, lost and killed millions, was destroyed by a few bombs and 3,000 deaths.
 
2012-08-09 05:51:58 AM

3rdtimearound: We've only just now caught up with the UK?


Not quite. We're still in negotiations to see if they'll let us flush what's left of the Constitution so they can return our Union Jack.
 
2012-08-09 06:03:25 AM

fusillade762: developed jointly by software giant Microsoft and the NYPD

Any bets on how long before it gets a virus and crashes to a BSOD?


img29.imageshack.us
 
2012-08-09 06:07:13 AM

Researcher: You are fined one credit for a violation of the Verbal Morality Statute.

Bad language, chocolate, gasoline, un-educational toys, and anything spicy. Abortion is also illegal, but then again so is pregnancy...if you don't have a license.


I support a procreation license. We can make all the humans we want, but have to have a license to catch a fish?
 
2012-08-09 06:21:59 AM
"We are not your mom and pop's police department anymore," Mayor Michael Bloomberg said describing the Domain Awareness System for reporters. "We are leading the pack."

You certainly are, you Orwellian farkwit.
 
2012-08-09 06:36:36 AM
It's already found America's worst criminals; everybody involved in this project should be doing life without parole.
 
2012-08-09 06:41:24 AM

vwarb: I find it truly fascinating that a country which went toe to toe with empires, lost and killed millions, was destroyed by a few bombs and 3,000 deaths.


The circle of life for nations.

.Democracies are very vulnerable to stupid decisionmaking.
..People in power always try to stay in power - in a democracy that means re-election.
...To get re-elected, you need the most votes - not the votes of the smartest people.
....Getting the most votes means that you need to motivate people to vote for you.
.....The people most susceptible to manipulation are the stupid ones.
......Stupid people can almost only be motivated by basic feelings (greed, fear, hope, sex).
.......When people can get elected and re-elected based on properties not relevant for running countries, then a downwards spiral begins
........The irrelevant properties become celebrated, and the general population is gradually losing common sense.
..........When the nation then gets into one little fight and my mom got scared
............And said "You're moving with your auntie and uncle in Bel-air"
 
2012-08-09 06:54:57 AM
And trans fats. Don't forget the evil that is trans fats.
 
2012-08-09 06:55:45 AM
ALL salts? including bath?? shiat i'm in trouble
 
2012-08-09 06:57:26 AM
You get the govt you voted for. I bet Bloomberg has this piped Into his house.
 
2012-08-09 07:01:38 AM

BobDeluxe: Researcher: You are fined one credit for a violation of the Verbal Morality Statute.

Bad language, chocolate, gasoline, un-educational toys, and anything spicy. Abortion is also illegal, but then again so is pregnancy...if you don't have a license.

I support a procreation license. We can make all the humans we want, but have to have a license to catch a fish?


Until we begin a program where only qualified responsible people are allowed the privilege of creating and raising children we will continue to exist as a country filled with scum, addicts, murderers and rapists. No baby should be born to hardcore addictive drug addict parents, alcoholics, recidivists, abusers - the list goes on and on. Cruel as it may sound the taxpayers cannot bear the brunt of paying for those who require life-long assistance. Most parents are barely equipped to raise and handle a perfectly healthy baby. Having to care for someone who cannot do for themself requires more resources than most families ever have.
BobDeluxe is right. We need to pass exams and pay license fees to drive a motor vehicles on public thoroughfares, to cut someones hair, even to sell real estate. Meanwhile every and any moran with working sexy bits can reproduce. Are you happy when you read about some 23 year old guy who has 9 children with 6 different women? Knowing he's not supporting a single one of them, neither am I. Unwanted children being ignored, pimped out or beaten to death will continue every day until people vote for change.
 
2012-08-09 07:04:23 AM
It is saved for 30 days uness there is allegation of police abuse. Then it will promptly be lost.
 
2012-08-09 07:16:40 AM

KrispyKritter: BobDeluxe: Researcher: You are fined one credit for a violation of the Verbal Morality Statute.

Bad language, chocolate, gasoline, un-educational toys, and anything spicy. Abortion is also illegal, but then again so is pregnancy...if you don't have a license.

I support a procreation license. We can make all the humans we want, but have to have a license to catch a fish?

Until we begin a program where only qualified responsible people are allowed the privilege of creating and raising children we will continue to exist as a country filled with scum, addicts, murderers and rapists. No baby should be born to hardcore addictive drug addict parents, alcoholics, recidivists, abusers - the list goes on and on. Cruel as it may sound the taxpayers cannot bear the brunt of paying for those who require life-long assistance. Most parents are barely equipped to raise and handle a perfectly healthy baby. Having to care for someone who cannot do for themself requires more resources than most families ever have.
BobDeluxe is right. We need to pass exams and pay license fees to drive a motor vehicles on public thoroughfares, to cut someones hair, even to sell real estate. Meanwhile every and any moran with working sexy bits can reproduce. Are you happy when you read about some 23 year old guy who has 9 children with 6 different women? Knowing he's not supporting a single one of them, neither am I. Unwanted children being ignored, pimped out or beaten to death will continue every day until people vote for change.


While I have some sympathy for this argument, I have seen too many movies to believe this will end well.

Also, the capitalist overlords are dependent on the availability of youths and would never support this.

/We suck young blood
//The spice must flow
///
 
2012-08-09 07:33:02 AM
I am shocked when I see how sick some of you are ..... A permit to have babies ?
No 20 OZ soda and look at you saying this is a good thing, you point out the minor pros but seeing the big picture escape you makes me fear for my safety from people just like you when and or if the day comes when big brother is actually watching us all.
 
2012-08-09 07:33:10 AM

OMG! We're All Gonna Die!: I saw a thing a while ago on current tv... Some people were doing interviews about the stop and frisk thing. While one guy was speaking at least ten children were behind him throwing obvious gang signs and laughing.

So I'm okay with this. Sorry new York. Try not being criminals and maybe mommy and daddy will let you play unsupervised. Law abiding citizens have nothing to hide.


notsureifserious.jpg

New York City has one of the lowest crime per capita scores of any major city in the United States right now.
 
2012-08-09 07:35:11 AM
"We are not your mom and pop's police department anymore," Mayor Michael Bloomberg said describing the Domain Awareness System for reporters. "We are leading the pack."

Is their next step going to the range to learn how to aim?
 
2012-08-09 07:37:36 AM

Tat'dGreaser: "We are not your mom and pop's police department anymore," Mayor Michael Bloomberg said describing the Domain Awareness System for reporters. "We are leading the pack."

Is their next step going to the range to learn how to aim?


No, we take more of the Soviet thermonuclear tactic. What we lack in accuracy we more than make up for in volume of firepower.
 
2012-08-09 07:38:48 AM

Void_Beavis:

New York City has one of the lowest crime per capita scores of any major city in the United States right now.


You are aware that Wall Street and major banks are in New York City, right?
 
2012-08-09 07:41:10 AM

Void_Beavis: OMG! We're All Gonna Die!: I saw a thing a while ago on current tv... Some people were doing interviews about the stop and frisk thing. While one guy was speaking at least ten children were behind him throwing obvious gang signs and laughing.

So I'm okay with this. Sorry new York. Try not being criminals and maybe mommy and daddy will let you play unsupervised. Law abiding citizens have nothing to hide.

notsureifserious.jpg

New York City has one of the lowest crime per capita scores of any major city in the United States right now.


I agree with your figures. However, where there is crime prone areas, the crime if very bad, frequent, and out of control. Obviously with a population that high the good will outweigh the bad. But that doesn't mean the bad doesn't exist. I'm not saying this method is the best to fight crime, but it works a hell of a lot better than doing nothing. It seems that it's only for identifying criminals after a crime was committed.
 
2012-08-09 07:43:03 AM

vwarb: I find it truly fascinating that a country which went toe to toe with empires, lost and killed millions, was destroyed by a few bombs and 3,000 deaths.


Isn't it amazing what you can do with a few box cutters and a couple o' gallons of gasoline?

And you know why I like them? They (were) cheap!

/wanna know how I got these scars...?
 
2012-08-09 07:44:58 AM

AverageAmericanGuy: I'm not comfortable with the automation of police work.


I think you're being paranoid.

upload.wikimedia.org
 
2012-08-09 07:46:49 AM

crowbar032: Void_Beavis:

New York City has one of the lowest crime per capita scores of any major city in the United States right now.

You are aware that Wall Street and major banks are in New York City, right?


Sometimes, even fancy new cameras aren't enough. :)
 
2012-08-09 07:48:02 AM

Void_Beavis: No, we take more of the Soviet thermonuclear tactic. What we lack in accuracy we more than make up for in volume of firepower.


Ha, I'm showing this to my North Jersey cop buddy
 
2012-08-09 07:48:40 AM

OMG! We're All Gonna Die!: So I'm okay with this. Sorry new York. Try not being criminals and maybe mommy and daddy will let you play unsupervised. Law abiding citizens have nothing to hide.


Good citizen.
 
2012-08-09 08:04:29 AM

Day_Old_Dutchie: fusillade762: developed jointly by software giant Microsoft and the NYPD

Any bets on how long before it gets a virus and crashes to a BSOD?


Wanna throw in some NSYNC jokes while the iron is still hot??
 
2012-08-09 08:17:20 AM
F*ck that. Time to reschedule my training next month to someplace less dystopian.
 
2012-08-09 08:18:01 AM

crowbar032: Void_Beavis:

New York City has one of the lowest crime per capita scores of any major city in the United States right now.

You are aware that Wall Street and major banks are in New York City, right?


Cough...
The New York Times, the worldwide news agency Agence France-Presse (AFP), Wired Magazine, the New York City Council had all previously reported the location of the supposedly super secret counter terrorism center on their public web sites: 55 Broadway in the bowels of the financial district. What was a secret about the operation, and not reported by 60 Minutes to its viewers, despite being well aware of the facts, is that the center is jointly staffed and operated by the NYPD along with the largest Wall Street firms - the same firms under investigation in 50 states for mortgage and foreclosure fraud and widely credited with causing the Nation's economic collapse. The facility is designed with three long rows of computer workstations. The outside of each cubicle bears a brass plaque with the names of the occupants: Goldman Sachs, Citigroup, JPMorganChase, etc. Photos from inside the facility

Hmm.
 
2012-08-09 08:38:49 AM

Blue_Blazer: While I have some sympathy for this argument, I have seen too many movies to believe this will end well.
Also, the capitalist overlords are dependent on the availability of youths and would never support this.

/We suck young blood
//The spice must flow
///


facepalm.jpg
 
2012-08-09 09:10:44 AM

OMG! We're All Gonna Die!: Void_Beavis: OMG! We're All Gonna Die!: I saw a thing a while ago on current tv... Some people were doing interviews about the stop and frisk thing. While one guy was speaking at least ten children were behind him throwing obvious gang signs and laughing.

So I'm okay with this. Sorry new York. Try not being criminals and maybe mommy and daddy will let you play unsupervised. Law abiding citizens have nothing to hide.

notsureifserious.jpg

New York City has one of the lowest crime per capita scores of any major city in the United States right now.

I agree with your figures. However, where there is crime prone areas, the crime if very bad, frequent, and out of control. Obviously with a population that high the good will outweigh the bad. But that doesn't mean the bad doesn't exist. I'm not saying this method is the best to fight crime, but it works a hell of a lot better than doing nothing. It seems that it's only for identifying criminals after a crime was committed.


This week..... Has the third (?) largest personal army in the world supplied with assault weapons that are "only good for killing lots of people really fast", 24/7 armed guards on his castle as well as his personal troop of round the clock body guards and he wants the police to go on strike until everybody gives up their rights. Who do you think is most likely to cancel elections and declare himself king?
 
2012-08-09 09:11:39 AM
Can't be much longer before they just start mandatorilly LoJacking us all.
 
2012-08-09 09:16:24 AM
Adding big brother to the list of reasons not to visit NYC.
Right in there with filthy dirty cops.
Herpes laden food handlers.
Rats, junkies, and pushers.
Roaches and bedbugs.
Piss everywhere.
Poo everywhere.
And dirty filthy cops.
 
2012-08-09 09:16:25 AM

crowbar032: Void_Beavis:

New York City has one of the lowest crime per capita scores of any major city in the United States right now.

You are aware that Wall Street and major banks are in New York City, right?


Our rulers can't be held accountable, silly.
 
2012-08-09 09:17:41 AM

BobDeluxe: ...
I support a procreation license. We can make all the humans we want, but have to have a license to catch a fish?


KrispyKritter:
BobDeluxe is right.

The American Family Association agrees with you and is already working to implement parental restrictions. See : yesterday's fark page
 
2012-08-09 09:19:38 AM

vudukungfu: Herpes laden food handlers.


This one was my favorite.
 
2012-08-09 09:20:28 AM
Might get embarrassing when the computer keeps telling them their officers are the ones running drugs.
 
2012-08-09 09:36:26 AM
Has Taco Bell won the Franchise Wars yet?
 
2012-08-09 09:40:10 AM
HotWingConspiracy: "Might get embarrassing when the computer keeps telling them their officers are the ones running drugs."

I always figured actually *running* drugs was too much work for corrupt cops. Why not keep it at the level of running a protection racket. Ya know: less work, less evidence.
Then again, that might be too smart a play for corrupt cops.
 
2012-08-09 09:48:19 AM
The splash screen on startup
scm-l3.technorati.com
 
2012-08-09 09:50:13 AM

OMG! We're All Gonna Die!: Void_Beavis: OMG! We're All Gonna Die!: I saw a thing a while ago on current tv... Some people were doing interviews about the stop and frisk thing. While one guy was speaking at least ten children were behind him throwing obvious gang signs and laughing.

So I'm okay with this. Sorry new York. Try not being criminals and maybe mommy and daddy will let you play unsupervised. Law abiding citizens have nothing to hide.

notsureifserious.jpg

New York City has one of the lowest crime per capita scores of any major city in the United States right now.

I agree with your figures. However, where there is crime prone areas, the crime if very bad, frequent, and out of control. Obviously with a population that high the good will outweigh the bad. But that doesn't mean the bad doesn't exist. I'm not saying this method is the best to fight crime, but it works a hell of a lot better than doing nothing. It seems that it's only for identifying criminals after a crime was committed.


Which areas are those?
 
2012-08-09 09:54:48 AM

Moopy Mac: OMG! We're All Gonna Die!: Void_Beavis: OMG! We're All Gonna Die!: I saw a thing a while ago on current tv... Some people were doing interviews about the stop and frisk thing. While one guy was speaking at least ten children were behind him throwing obvious gang signs and laughing.

So I'm okay with this. Sorry new York. Try not being criminals and maybe mommy and daddy will let you play unsupervised. Law abiding citizens have nothing to hide.

notsureifserious.jpg

New York City has one of the lowest crime per capita scores of any major city in the United States right now.

I agree with your figures. However, where there is crime prone areas, the crime if very bad, frequent, and out of control. Obviously with a population that high the good will outweigh the bad. But that doesn't mean the bad doesn't exist. I'm not saying this method is the best to fight crime, but it works a hell of a lot better than doing nothing. It seems that it's only for identifying criminals after a crime was committed.

Which areas are those?


Dammit, now that I see that you live in Wilmington I know I got trolled.

It's kind of like someone from Detroit complaining about Tokyo's gang problems.
 
2012-08-09 10:06:45 AM
I cannot wait for the armed rebellion. It keeps getting closer...
 
2012-08-09 10:14:43 AM
There's no way this could ever go wrong.
 
2012-08-09 10:18:30 AM
Recently moved to NYC, and was out one night and met an INCREDIBLY cool dude. We started chatting, and I inevitably asked him what he did. He described how he basically helped design this system, and how the CIA is also very involved (though he mentioned he wasn't telling me anything he shouldn't be.) He said there was something like 5,000 cameras already in use, and most of them were in the Financial District, used to notify someone if, for example 1.) the same person was repeatedly visiting a place 2.) groups of people were congregating in the same place over periods of time 3.) if a package had been left 4.) if a human was horizontal (as well as many other things the cameras could detect.)

He also mentioned that many of the cameras were being used in Queens in the libraries, since most library traffic goes through Queens (which I hadn't realized.) This was implemented to catch people using the computers for kiddy pr0n, but apparently one of the main librarians was so concerned the NYPD/other gov't agencies might use the cameras to track who was checking out certain books, she necessitated that no records of who was checking out certain books would be made available. The guy I was chatting with found this super cool, as he is an avid reader and geek and understood that such technology could be dangerous.

/yeah, I know, css
//guy asked me on a date, but I already have a wonderful boyfriend. shucks.
 
2012-08-09 10:20:16 AM
NYC has reduced its crime rate every single year over the last five years, and whether you like it or not Mayor Bloomberg and his policies are the reason why. If you want to enjoy living in a city where your quality of life is enhanced, you must give up some things in return for that luxury.

Governments understand the small people do not take this into account when they let our their faux anger over these type of advancements, which is why they ignore you for the most part. You will cry for help when being mugged then turn around and chastise the VERY same system that would have prevented the mugging in the first place. I don't know about the rest of you fools but I would like to live in a society where technology is put to good use, like this.

The only downside to living in this country is being surrounded by irrational assholes like the lot of you who try your hardest to brainwash the average american into fearing these policies. Do you see civilians being carted off the streets with indefinite suspension? Anarchy in the streets? Can you show me how you measure your 'loss of freedom and rights' with this? Do you guys stop and think about what you post before you hit 'submit'? If this was a recorded, in-person group conversation none of you would say squat because your reputations would be on the line and you would lose whatever finitely small shred of credibility you still have. Unfortunately this is the internet so while the cream of the crop of society is out making the world what it is, we have bottom dwellers that come in here and use anonymous nature of the internet to spread this garbage without fear of social backlash, something most of you in this thread desperately need a taste of, STAT.

Of course you cannot, all you can do is rant and rave in a deeply hidden comments section for an article on a satirical news site. How pathetic. I have, am and will continue to support the use of technology in Law Enforcement, it is the best thing we have going and no amount of paranoid nut jobs will be able to hold America back from her destiny.
 
2012-08-09 10:23:20 AM

fusillade762: developed jointly by software giant Microsoft and the NYPD

Any bets on how long before it gets a virus and crashes to a BSOD?


cl.jroo.me
Probably during the demo.
 
2012-08-09 10:23:50 AM

LemSkroob: I cannot wait for the armed rebellion. It keeps getting closer...


No it isn't. Bridezilla is on.
 
2012-08-09 10:26:30 AM

chickstan: Recently moved to NYC, and was out one night and met an INCREDIBLY cool dude. We started chatting, and I inevitably asked him what he did. He described how he basically helped design this system, and how the CIA is also very involved (though he mentioned he wasn't telling me anything he shouldn't be.) He said there was something like 5,000 cameras already in use, and most of them were in the Financial District, used to notify someone if, for example 1.) the same person was repeatedly visiting a place 2.) groups of people were congregating in the same place over periods of time 3.) if a package had been left 4.) if a human was horizontal (as well as many other things the cameras could detect.)

He also mentioned that many of the cameras were being used in Queens in the libraries, since most library traffic goes through Queens (which I hadn't realized.) This was implemented to catch people using the computers for kiddy pr0n, but apparently one of the main librarians was so concerned the NYPD/other gov't agencies might use the cameras to track who was checking out certain books, she necessitated that no records of who was checking out certain books would be made available. The guy I was chatting with found this super cool, as he is an avid reader and geek and understood that such technology could be dangerous.

/yeah, I know, css
//guy asked me on a date, but I already have a wonderful boyfriend. shucks.


i thought chid porn was legal in new york
 
2012-08-09 10:45:25 AM
The computer in action:

www.wildsound-filmmaking-feedback-events.com
 
2012-08-09 10:50:30 AM

FightDirector: The computer in action:

[www.wildsound-filmmaking-feedback-events.com image 500x255]


www.imsai.net

care for a game of Don'T Drink the soda???
 
2012-08-09 10:52:43 AM
TV is training us to accept this sort of thing. Person of Interest, all the procedural cop shows, they all find creative ways to spy on people. Oh and no one has a lawyer present during questioning and internal affairs are always the bad guys.
 
2012-08-09 11:33:35 AM

Mugato: TV is training us to accept this sort of thing. Person of Interest, all the procedural cop shows, they all find creative ways to spy on people. Oh and no one has a lawyer present during questioning and internal affairs are always the bad guys.


Also, the FBI are always assholes in cheap suits trying to claim jurisdiction. Unless the show is from the FBI's point of view, then they are incredibly smart guys and ladies in sharp suits who have to deal with the bumpkin, no-nothing local police. Lol, I love TV tropes.
 
2012-08-09 11:38:32 AM
new feature - able to detect crowds of up to 300 people and send in Agent Smith to break them up. Works by detecting vibrations.
 
2012-08-09 12:11:32 PM
Well, now I have a reason to never visit New York. Do this in all major cities and I have the best reason to support small cities, towns and live in the suburbs.
 
2012-08-09 12:20:21 PM

Great Janitor: Well, now I have a reason to never visit New York. Do this in all major cities and I have the best reason to support small cities, towns and live in the suburbs.


Tampa tried this about 10 years ago.

/Good luck, we're all counting on you.
 
2012-08-09 12:22:05 PM

Void_Beavis:

New York City has one of the lowest crime per capita scores of any major city in the United States right now.


Thanks in part to the NYPD out and out lying on the reports. Or simply refusing to investigate a crime because the victim had the gall to not be well-to-do and white.

Mike Bloomberg dearly wants to be a dictator and the NYPD just wants to beat the shiat out of whomever they want. Those are two reasons (among many) to avoid NYC like the plague
 
2012-08-09 12:24:27 PM
this will be VERY interesting if the NYPD try to block release of video that would prove/deny complaints of police abuse of power.
 
2012-08-09 12:29:49 PM

PrinceofFark: NYC has reduced its crime rate every single year over the last five years, and whether you like it or not Mayor Bloomberg and his policies are the reason why. If you want to enjoy living in a city where your quality of life is enhanced, you must give up some things in return for that luxury.



It's good to know that you're willinng to give up some of your freedom for the illusion of security, and that you support a paternalistic Napolean like Mike Bloomberg. You're a great American you know that?

Should I also mention that much of those great crime stats the NYPD gives to the public is complete and utter bullshiat? It's funny they have time for racist policies like stop-and-frisk but don't have time to answer questions about their policing strategies.

NYC truly is the only city on earth that gives you a new reason everyday not to like it.
 
2012-08-09 12:31:57 PM

Riche: this will be VERY interesting ifwhen the NYPD try to block release of video that would prove/deny complaints of police abuse of power.


FTFY
 
2012-08-09 12:41:30 PM

cmb53208: Those are two reasons (among many) to avoid NYC like the plague


I know of roughly 8 million more. I was one for 2 months.
 
2012-08-09 01:52:08 PM
PrinceofFark:

Decided to bring the ol' troll account out of retirement, huh?
 
2012-08-09 01:59:35 PM

yet_another_wumpus: BobDeluxe: ...
I support a procreation license. We can make all the humans we want, but have to have a license to catch a fish?

KrispyKritter:
BobDeluxe is right.

The American Family Association agrees with you and is already working to implement parental restrictions. See : yesterday's fark page


Geez. You farkers don't stop. it has nothing to do with homosexuals.

A homosexual couple cannot procreate on thier own naturally. They can acquire a child by other means and raise it, but two people of the same sex cannot procreate. Pretty much every means they have at thier disposal already requires some sort of license or something.

I'm talking about those of opposite sexes that together can't collect the intellectual prowess to butter a piece of toast, much less raise a child. These are usually the people that breed like rabbits with no means to take care of the offspring.

If homosexual couples get the kid by legal means more power to them. They obviously want the child and will take care of it if they are going to go through the trouble.
 
2012-08-09 02:09:16 PM

coco ebert: Mugato: TV is training us to accept this sort of thing. Person of Interest, all the procedural cop shows, they all find creative ways to spy on people. Oh and no one has a lawyer present during questioning and internal affairs are always the bad guys.

Also, the FBI are always assholes in cheap suits trying to claim jurisdiction. Unless the show is from the FBI's point of view, then they are incredibly smart guys and ladies in sharp suits who have to deal with the bumpkin, no-nothing local police. Lol, I love TV tropes.


"We're in charge here".
"Not anymore, you're not".
"Oooohhh, snap!".
 
2012-08-09 02:15:34 PM

BobDeluxe: yet_another_wumpus: BobDeluxe: ...
I support a procreation license. We can make all the humans we want, but have to have a license to catch a fish?

KrispyKritter:
BobDeluxe is right.

The American Family Association agrees with you and is already working to implement parental restrictions. See : yesterday's fark page

Geez. You farkers don't stop. it has nothing to do with homosexuals.

A homosexual couple cannot procreate on thier own naturally. They can acquire a child by other means and raise it, but two people of the same sex cannot procreate. Pretty much every means they have at thier disposal already requires some sort of license or something.

I'm talking about those of opposite sexes that together can't collect the intellectual prowess to butter a piece of toast, much less raise a child. These are usually the people that breed like rabbits with no means to take care of the offspring.

If homosexual couples get the kid by legal means more power to them. They obviously want the child and will take care of it if they are going to go through the trouble.


You've certainly got poor people pegged. And stupid people too. You're so smart.
 
2012-08-09 02:18:51 PM

spacelord321: coco ebert: Mugato: TV is training us to accept this sort of thing. Person of Interest, all the procedural cop shows, they all find creative ways to spy on people. Oh and no one has a lawyer present during questioning and internal affairs are always the bad guys.

Also, the FBI are always assholes in cheap suits trying to claim jurisdiction. Unless the show is from the FBI's point of view, then they are incredibly smart guys and ladies in sharp suits who have to deal with the bumpkin, no-nothing local police. Lol, I love TV tropes.

"We're in charge here".
"Not anymore, you're not".
"Oooohhh, snap!".


I also love how devoted cops on these shows are to their jobs. Personally, if the FBI came in and took over a pain in the ass case, I'd probably say, "sweet! See ya later, homeslice" and shuffle my ass on out of there.
 
2012-08-09 02:43:58 PM

spacelord321: BobDeluxe: yet_another_wumpus: BobDeluxe: ...
I support a procreation license. We can make all the humans we want, but have to have a license to catch a fish?

KrispyKritter:
BobDeluxe is right.

The American Family Association agrees with you and is already working to implement parental restrictions. See : yesterday's fark page

Geez. You farkers don't stop. it has nothing to do with homosexuals.

A homosexual couple cannot procreate on thier own naturally. They can acquire a child by other means and raise it, but two people of the same sex cannot procreate. Pretty much every means they have at thier disposal already requires some sort of license or something.

I'm talking about those of opposite sexes that together can't collect the intellectual prowess to butter a piece of toast, much less raise a child. These are usually the people that breed like rabbits with no means to take care of the offspring.

If homosexual couples get the kid by legal means more power to them. They obviously want the child and will take care of it if they are going to go through the trouble.

You've certainly got poor people pegged. And stupid people too. You're so smart.


Goodness. Did I offend?
 
2012-08-09 03:06:56 PM

BobDeluxe: spacelord321: BobDeluxe: yet_another_wumpus: BobDeluxe: ...
I support a procreation license. We can make all the humans we want, but have to have a license to catch a fish?

KrispyKritter:
BobDeluxe is right.

The American Family Association agrees with you and is already working to implement parental restrictions. See : yesterday's fark page

Geez. You farkers don't stop. it has nothing to do with homosexuals.

A homosexual couple cannot procreate on thier own naturally. They can acquire a child by other means and raise it, but two people of the same sex cannot procreate. Pretty much every means they have at thier disposal already requires some sort of license or something.

I'm talking about those of opposite sexes that together can't collect the intellectual prowess to butter a piece of toast, much less raise a child. These are usually the people that breed like rabbits with no means to take care of the offspring.

If homosexual couples get the kid by legal means more power to them. They obviously want the child and will take care of it if they are going to go through the trouble.

You've certainly got poor people pegged. And stupid people too. You're so smart.

Goodness. Did I offend?


Not really. Carry on with your stereotyping.
 
2012-08-09 03:20:44 PM

vwarb: I find it truly fascinating that a country which went toe to toe with empires, lost and killed millions, was destroyed by a few bombs and 3,000 deaths.


I'm glad other people are beginning to notice this as well.
 
2012-08-09 04:27:24 PM

OMG! We're All Gonna Die!: Aloy: Researcher: You are fined one credit for a violation of the Verbal Morality Statute.

Bad language, chocolate, gasoline, un-educational toys, and anything spicy. Abortion is also illegal, but then again so is pregnancy...if you don't have a license.

But what about the three seashells?

You wipe your ass with them


He doesn't know how to use the three seashells.
 
2012-08-09 08:07:52 PM
Am I the only person who's amused that the icons look like they came from Grand Theft Auto?
Seriously... it looks like a god damn video game.
 
2012-08-09 10:03:53 PM

PrinceofFark: NYC has reduced its crime rate every single year over the last five years, and whether you like it or not Mayor Bloomberg and his policies are the reason why. ..


Playing games with compstat is the reason why.

Crime is up. taking reports and accurate logging is down.
 
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