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(Daily Kos)   File a complaint against a cop in Kansas and it gets dismissed? That's a felony   (dailykos.com) divider line 9
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2014-03-19 02:54:54 PM
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simkatu: 69gnarkill69:    [oi48.tinypic.com image 726x396]

That's a speed not a measurement of time.


Dependent on how far the target is at the time.  He basically gave you an equation for "X" and you're too dumb to solve it.
2014-03-19 05:55:17 PM
1 votes:

ciberido: hardinparamedic: I'll present a handy, dandy pie chart on the amount I give of your personal opinion of me.

I'd like to add on a personal note, considering the number of threads in which we've found ourselves in agreement and/or have backed each other up when a third party challenges something we said, I rather thought we had some some kind of mutual respect or fellow feeling.  I suppose it was naïve of me to imagine this feeling was mutual, but I admit I am saddened to discover you think so little of me.

Yes, yes, you don't care about this, either.  I get that.


hardinparamedic: ciberido: I rather thought we had some some kind of mutual respect or fellow feeling.

Actually, cynicism aside, I have a lot of respect for you and your beliefs on this board.

To be honest, that was not so much delivered in regards to you, but rather in general, especially towards Prophet of Loss or  OnlyM3*. Sorry about that.

*I've had him ignored for the past two months, since every post addressed to be tends to be the rantings of a homophobic FARK Libertarian, or of his odd gay foot fetishes.


Good, good....now you two kiss....
2014-03-19 03:41:15 PM
1 votes:

simkatu: walkerhound: Dependent on how far the target is at the time.  He basically gave you an equation for "X" and you're too dumb to solve it.

He should have said the response "speed" of the gun was 1800 ft/sec (or whatever it was).   Instead he called it time.  Time is not measured in ft/sec no matter how smart you think you are.


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2014-03-19 03:15:31 PM
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Skyd1v: walkerhound: simkatu: 69gnarkill69:    [oi48.tinypic.com image 726x396]

That's a speed not a measurement of time.

Dependent on how far the target is at the time.  He basically gave you an equation for "X" and you're too dumb to solve it.

Solved for "X" in dog-time.

[www.petpro.com image 150x150]

/they make them for guns as well, but I wanted to post this since I actually have it up on our front gate.


I have this one on my front door:
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*his name was Ruger
2014-03-19 03:09:34 PM
1 votes:

hardinparamedic: Prophet of Loss: Hardin and 12 - Fark's resident cop apologists.

/Isolated incident

Please quote where I have "apologized" for anything.


If you don't know what the word "apologist" means, there are resources.  Sarcasm quotes do not help you.
2014-03-19 03:06:03 PM
1 votes:

walkerhound: simkatu: 69gnarkill69:    [oi48.tinypic.com image 726x396]

That's a speed not a measurement of time.

Dependent on how far the target is at the time.  He basically gave you an equation for "X" and you're too dumb to solve it.


Solved for "X" in dog-time.

www.petpro.com

/they make them for guns as well, but I wanted to post this since I actually have it up on our front gate.
2014-03-19 02:52:33 PM
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Since this is Daily Kos, can we assume the same credibility as Daily Fail, Fox News and the Onion?
2014-03-19 02:51:36 PM
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mlorton: genner: I assume cops will also be charged with a felony if they arrest someone who is found to be innocent?

Police have qualified immunity, which means they cannot be convicted for misconduct unless they violate a "clearly established right".

So, arresting an innocent person?  No.  Arresting someone they know to be innocent?  Yes.


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2014-03-19 02:34:59 PM
1 votes:
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