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(Des Moines Register)   A high-speed police chase that spanned two counties in Iowa started with the theft of an eyebrow pencil and a pair of tweezers and ended with a car bursting into flames   (blogs.desmoinesregister.com) divider line 3
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2014-01-25 05:10:21 AM
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pagstuff: namatad: perspective
and why people with power, should be held above the common man and expected to have it
perspective

petty theft = ZERO high speed chases. EVER
punishment for having no perspective should be extreme harsh

OK, but can we chase at high speed those with no perspective?


Actually, it's really dangerous to encourage people with no perspective to drive fast. They keep misjudging the distance of things and running into them.
2014-01-25 03:53:46 AM
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2014-01-25 03:26:54 AM
1 votes:
perspective
and why people with power, should be held above the common man and expected to have it
perspective

petty theft = ZERO high speed chases. EVER
punishment for having no perspective should be extreme harsh
 
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