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2021-01-27 5:28:42 PM  
79 votes:
Yeah, the video doesn't show him patting the cop on the back. Nice douchey argument and why did he try to flee to Switzerland and try to kill himself?

These people are cowards when confronted individually.
 
2021-01-27 5:38:44 PM  
50 votes:
Keep going feds- restore our faith
 
2021-01-27 6:11:41 PM  
49 votes:
"A divorced geophysicist"...

Dude. You spelled "A terrorist who tried to flee to a country without extradition then failed an attempt at suicide" wrong.
 
2021-01-27 6:08:38 PM  
21 votes:
Get back to me when someone get sentenced to actually prison time.
 
2021-01-27 6:12:34 PM  
19 votes:
Congressional Republicans support this.
 
2021-01-27 6:24:11 PM  
16 votes:
Tried to flee and then tried to kill himself and failed at both? What a farking coward.

Suicide has been a close companion in my life since the 8th grade when my best friend shot himself through the mouth with his dad's pistol. If an eighth grade band nerd can dust his top off while looking his buddy in the eye someone tell me what this badass freedumb warrior's problem is.

Rube Goldberg style suicides are often just (powerfully important) cries for help.  Nobody who really really wants to die is going to take 400 Benadryl or slash their wrists laterally.  Actually killing yourself is incredibly simple. Had a close friend in the military simply hang himself on a playground swing set, another band nerd in HS hung himself with piano wire... he really wanted to make a statement. Another guy in the military shot himself and one other close friend just hung out in his car while it was running with the garage closed.  Still another took an interesting way out by buying one of those party helium bottles (for filling lots of balloons I guess?) and filled a garbage bag with the shiat and stuffed his head inside and hung out for a little while.

At this point I'm more or less neutral on the whole concept of suicide but what I'm trying to get at here is that starting right this second nearly all of us have what it takes to cleanly, efficiently, and more or less painlessly punch our tickets in under ten minutes including prep work.

Since I don't think this brave warrior was making a cry for help and assuming he is rather smart due to his job and education unless I'm using the dull side of Occam's Razor he's just a cowardly little spineless slug. Like dude, you're 51 and probably looking at some serious jail time. Cops get to legally beat the shiat out of you, not the other way around, as a Republican I would have thought you celebrated that. You can choose to adult-up and do your time, or invest the two minutes it takes to go get one of your many guns and put a shot through the dome, I mean it takes way more effort to stay alive than it does to kill yourself. This guy could not even muster that, and now we get to pay for him in jail.
 
2021-01-27 6:06:54 PM  
16 votes:
LOCK HIM UP!
LOCK HIM UP!
...
 
2021-01-27 6:28:58 PM  
14 votes:

waxbeans: Get back to me when someone get sentenced to actually prison time.


We have to have A TRIAL FIRST WHY ARE YOU SO TEMPORALLY CHALLENGED??
 
2021-01-27 6:14:50 PM  
12 votes:
Do gullible people think that other people are just as gullible as they are? Or is it that these people don't really get the difference between truth and fiction?
 
2021-01-27 6:11:47 PM  
11 votes:
Cognitive dissonance is fierce with this crowd

Explains how we got to the Capitol riots too
 
2021-01-27 8:51:51 PM  
8 votes:

durbnpoisn: omg bbq: Tried to flee and then tried to kill himself and failed at both? What a farking coward.

Suicide has been a close companion in my life since the 8th grade when my best friend shot himself through the mouth with his dad's pistol. If an eighth grade band nerd can dust his top off while looking his buddy in the eye someone tell me what this badass freedumb warrior's problem is.

Rube Goldberg style suicides are often just (powerfully important) cries for help.  Nobody who really really wants to die is going to take 400 Benadryl or slash their wrists laterally.  Actually killing yourself is incredibly simple. Had a close friend in the military simply hang himself on a playground swing set, another band nerd in HS hung himself with piano wire... he really wanted to make a statement. Another guy in the military shot himself and one other close friend just hung out in his car while it was running with the garage closed.  Still another took an interesting way out by buying one of those party helium bottles (for filling lots of balloons I guess?) and filled a garbage bag with the shiat and stuffed his head inside and hung out for a little while.

At this point I'm more or less neutral on the whole concept of suicide but what I'm trying to get at here is that starting right this second nearly all of us have what it takes to cleanly, efficiently, and more or less painlessly punch our tickets in under ten minutes including prep work.

Since I don't think this brave warrior was making a cry for help and assuming he is rather smart due to his job and education unless I'm using the dull side of Occam's Razor he's just a cowardly little spineless slug. Like dude, you're 51 and probably looking at some serious jail time. Cops get to legally beat the shiat out of you, not the other way around, as a Republican I would have thought you celebrated that. You can choose to adult-up and do your time, or invest the two minutes it takes to go get one of your many guns and put a shot through ...

Out of all the people I know who are currently goners, a clean half of them were suicides.  Most of those were hangings.  Evidently that's a pretty popular and foolproof way to go.  But to me, that also seems horrible.  And wow, what a mess you are leaving for others to clean up.

Anyway...  I am of the opinion that you never really know that someone wants to snuff themselves out until they actually snuff themselves out.  The ones that talk about it, or actually "try", are really screaming for help, not trying to succeed.


My friend who hung himself from the swing set did it (I believe) due to custody battles with his ex wife.  In the end his son got to grow up with out a dad, nice farking work Barry.  We had found out that night about how bad his custody situation and the drama surrounding that was (or at least his side) we'd been drinking and playing hearts at a friend's so it must have been a Friday or Saturday, early 2000s in the fall. I remember he said goodnight to us and they found him the next morning in a playground.  He never hinted at his plans, or we would have stopped him.
Jason, my friend in 8th grade had serious family problems that I was never truly aware of.  I had my own family issues at the time and was not super paying attention to my next door neighbor. His father had a bunch of those time life replica guns and swords that were super popular in the 80s. "Own the gun that WON THE WEST!*" (*non firing replica) sort of bullshiat. Why anyone wants a fake gun is beyond me, it's like owning a hammer made out of hollow glass.  In his room they found a bunch of gunsmithing books from his idiot dad and if I remember even some from the city library.  He'd modified this one pistol, some kind of gigantic revolver, or at least it had looked gigantic to me, enough to somehow make it fire a single black powder and ball (I assume BP after years of thinking about it, constantly, it's not like you could chamber a modern round in the farking thing..right?) or some kind of projectile, then again you don't need a bullet really, the shock of the explosion in your mouth would most likely perforate your brain pan.
What I'm saying here is that Jason put in WORK to make his death a) a solid success and b) a powerful farking message to his family.  His dad had plenty of real guns in the house. I'd seen them many times when I was over playing.  It was the furthest thing from a cry for help but instead a shank from the grave.  In a way I respect the dedication and diamond hard resentment in his 13 or maybe 14 year old heart. I forget how old 8th graders are.

I don't know anyone personally aside from my self who has openly talked about wanting to take their life as a final cry for help. I still fantasize about it often I miss my friends and growing old is a biatch. That said I wanted to live enough to talk about it and see how that played out.  I'll never be out of the woods because that's what it's like when you're farking crazy but I know I have a handful of people who like having me around and when I'm looking up from the bottom of a well I either think about how much I love them or if need be grab one by the ear and complicate the absolute fark out of the rest of their day.

Sorry for the rant. Thinking about this brought some shiat out.
 
2021-01-27 6:42:25 PM  
8 votes:

omg bbq: Tried to flee and then tried to kill himself and failed at both? What a farking coward.

Suicide has been a close companion in my life since the 8th grade when my best friend shot himself through the mouth with his dad's pistol. If an eighth grade band nerd can dust his top off while looking his buddy in the eye someone tell me what this badass freedumb warrior's problem is.

Rube Goldberg style suicides are often just (powerfully important) cries for help.  Nobody who really really wants to die is going to take 400 Benadryl or slash their wrists laterally.  Actually killing yourself is incredibly simple. Had a close friend in the military simply hang himself on a playground swing set, another band nerd in HS hung himself with piano wire... he really wanted to make a statement. Another guy in the military shot himself and one other close friend just hung out in his car while it was running with the garage closed.  Still another took an interesting way out by buying one of those party helium bottles (for filling lots of balloons I guess?) and filled a garbage bag with the shiat and stuffed his head inside and hung out for a little while.

At this point I'm more or less neutral on the whole concept of suicide but what I'm trying to get at here is that starting right this second nearly all of us have what it takes to cleanly, efficiently, and more or less painlessly punch our tickets in under ten minutes including prep work.

Since I don't think this brave warrior was making a cry for help and assuming he is rather smart due to his job and education unless I'm using the dull side of Occam's Razor he's just a cowardly little spineless slug. Like dude, you're 51 and probably looking at some serious jail time. Cops get to legally beat the shiat out of you, not the other way around, as a Republican I would have thought you celebrated that. You can choose to adult-up and do your time, or invest the two minutes it takes to go get one of your many guns and put a shot through ...


Out of all the people I know who are currently goners, a clean half of them were suicides.  Most of those were hangings.  Evidently that's a pretty popular and foolproof way to go.  But to me, that also seems horrible.  And wow, what a mess you are leaving for others to clean up.

Anyway...  I am of the opinion that you never really know that someone wants to snuff themselves out until they actually snuff themselves out.  The ones that talk about it, or actually "try", are really screaming for help, not trying to succeed.
 
2021-01-27 6:13:40 PM  
7 votes:

Naido: Oh, but if you're going to attempt this, don't forget to bring your wheelbarrow to court.


If you want that to happen then you need to keep the spotlight on these farking assholes.  That goes for those that assaulted the capitol and those that put them up to it.
 
2021-01-27 8:30:50 PM  
6 votes:

waxbeans: Jz4p: Astorix: These people are cowards when confronted individually.

It's so strange watching a mob action document itself so thoroughly.

So many other riots and mobs in the past (during the entire history of the United States) have essentially operated in anonymity.  The idea was that if a mob of people got together to do anything, it would be chaotic, nobody was going to speak up about who did what exactly, and thus that punishing individuals was nearly impossible.

But here, we have every other person filming it live and distributing it, GPS tracking, paper trails on purchases of weapons, travel, multiple live TV angles, and social media after-action bragging.

Instead of people living either in shame or emboldened from mob participation, they will each individually be tracked down and punished for their personal crimes committed as they were swept up in the moment.

Almost everyone present should have been able to distinguish right from wrong, and many of them made flash judgements on film about where they thought the line was, legally and morally.  I don't think any of these actions are fully excusable.  I do think that there will be research about these social interactions studied and published for years about this event.  I wonder how many people turned out expecting a peaceful protest and then found themselves throwing rocks, fire extinguishers, or assaulting cops while the crowd around them suddenly cheered them as "Patriots."

Many showed up knowing exactly what type of chaos they intended to cause.  They understandably will get exactly what's coming to them.

/Regret rehabilitation and punishment are immensely difficult subjects.
//It was such a well documented mob.
///This just highlights how important it is to not fall in with the wrong crowd.

And yet, no felony murder rule.
No racketeering.
😂
Meirca what a great place.
But. Before warned your mileage may vary.
Jerking motion.gif.


Because of double jeopardy, prosecutors are very wary of charging, much less trying, anyone for a charge they dont believe they can prove.

It's all well and good to say "hurry up, charge these guys with felony murder and throw their asses in prison", but if they are acquitted due to lack of evidence because of the hurry-up, then they cannot be tried again even if more evidence comes to light.

Otoh, there is no statute of limitations on homicide. If they aren't charged today, maybe they can be charged next month, or next year.

So cool your jets. They want to get these guys, but some of us don't want to hand them a get out of jail free card because YOU are in a hurry.
 
2021-01-27 6:28:30 PM  
6 votes:

truthandjustice: All I can see every time I see this pic is the dead woman lying there, treaded on by her fellow insurrectionists.


"pro-life"
 
2021-01-27 6:15:13 PM  
6 votes:
The federal government uses taxes to cover this guy for the next 20+ years.  My taxes.  Your taxes.  Produced through our labor.  How about we have the feds just exile all the insurrectionists to the pacific garbage patch instead.  I don't want to have to work, even for a single second to produce resources to keep these traitors alive.  I refuse to be enslaved to traitors.
 
2021-01-27 6:07:16 PM  
6 votes:

Naido: Reminds me of Bill Hicks talking about Officer, um, Coon testifying at the Rodney King trial

"Well if you look at it from a certain perspective we were helping him."
"How's that?"
"Well if you run the tape backward, you'll see that we help Mr. King up, put him in the car, and send him on his way."


You too, huh?

Internet high five!
 
2021-01-27 10:03:35 PM  
5 votes:

omg bbq: durbnpoisn: omg bbq: Tried to flee and then tried to kill himself and failed at both? What a farking coward.

Suicide has been a close companion in my life since the 8th grade when my best friend shot himself through the mouth with his dad's pistol. If an eighth grade band nerd can dust his top off while looking his buddy in the eye someone tell me what this badass freedumb warrior's problem is.

Rube Goldberg style suicides are often just (powerfully important) cries for help.  Nobody who really really wants to die is going to take 400 Benadryl or slash their wrists laterally.  Actually killing yourself is incredibly simple. Had a close friend in the military simply hang himself on a playground swing set, another band nerd in HS hung himself with piano wire... he really wanted to make a statement. Another guy in the military shot himself and one other close friend just hung out in his car while it was running with the garage closed.  Still another took an interesting way out by buying one of those party helium bottles (for filling lots of balloons I guess?) and filled a garbage bag with the shiat and stuffed his head inside and hung out for a little while.

At this point I'm more or less neutral on the whole concept of suicide but what I'm trying to get at here is that starting right this second nearly all of us have what it takes to cleanly, efficiently, and more or less painlessly punch our tickets in under ten minutes including prep work.

Since I don't think this brave warrior was making a cry for help and assuming he is rather smart due to his job and education unless I'm using the dull side of Occam's Razor he's just a cowardly little spineless slug. Like dude, you're 51 and probably looking at some serious jail time. Cops get to legally beat the shiat out of you, not the other way around, as a Republican I would have thought you celebrated that. You can choose to adult-up and do your time, or invest the two minutes it takes to go get one of your many guns and put a shot through ...

Out of all the people I know who are currently goners, a clean half of them were suicides.  Most of those were hangings.  Evidently that's a pretty popular and foolproof way to go.  But to me, that also seems horrible.  And wow, what a mess you are leaving for others to clean up.

Anyway...  I am of the opinion that you never really know that someone wants to snuff themselves out until they actually snuff themselves out.  The ones that talk about it, or actually "try", are really screaming for help, not trying to succeed.

My friend who hung himself from the swing set did it (I believe) due to custody battles with his ex wife.  In the end his son got to grow up with out a dad, nice farking work Barry.  We had found out that night about how bad his custody situation and the drama surrounding that was (or at least his side) we'd been drinking and playing hearts at a friend's so it must have been a Friday or Saturday, early 2000s in the fall. I remember he said goodnight to us and they found him the next morning in a playground.  He never hinted at his plans, or we would have stopped him.
Jason, my friend in 8th grade had serious family problems that I was never truly aware of.  I had my own family issues at the time and was not super paying attention to my next door neighbor. His father had a bunch of those time life replica guns and swords that were super popular in the 80s. "Own the gun that WON THE WEST!*" (*non firing replica) sort of bullshiat. Why anyone wants a fake gun is beyond me, it's like owning a hammer made out of hollow glass.  In his room they found a bunch of gunsmithing books from his idiot dad and if I remember even some from the city library.  He'd modified this one pistol, some kind of gigantic revolver, or at least it had looked gigantic to me, enough to somehow make it fire a single black powder and ball (I assume BP after years of thinking about it, constantly, it's not like you could chamber a modern round in the farking thing..right?) or some kind of projectile, then again you don't need a bullet really, the shock of the explosion in your mouth would most likely perforate your brain pan.
What I'm saying here is that Jason put in WORK to make his death a) a solid success and b) a powerful farking message to his family.  His dad had plenty of real guns in the house. I'd seen them many times when I was over playing.  It was the furthest thing from a cry for help but instead a shank from the grave.  In a way I respect the dedication and diamond hard resentment in his 13 or maybe 14 year old heart. I forget how old 8th graders are.

I don't know anyone personally aside from my self who has openly talked about wanting to take their life as a final cry for help. I still fantasize about it often I miss my friends and growing old is a biatch. That said I wanted to live enough to talk about it and see how that played out.  I'll never be out of the woods because that's what it's like when you're farking crazy but I know I have a handful of people who like having me around and when I'm looking up from the bottom of a well I either think about how much I love them or if need be grab one by the ear and complicate the absolute fark out of the rest of their day.

Sorry for the rant. Thinking about this brought some shiat out.


You matter. Stay here a while.
 
2021-01-27 7:25:42 PM  
5 votes:

Astorix: These people are cowards when confronted individually.


It's so strange watching a mob action document itself so thoroughly.

So many other riots and mobs in the past (during the entire history of the United States) have essentially operated in anonymity.  The idea was that if a mob of people got together to do anything, it would be chaotic, nobody was going to speak up about who did what exactly, and thus that punishing individuals was nearly impossible.

But here, we have every other person filming it live and distributing it, GPS tracking, paper trails on purchases of weapons, travel, multiple live TV angles, and social media after-action bragging.

Instead of people living either in shame or emboldened from mob participation, they will each individually be tracked down and punished for their personal crimes committed as they were swept up in the moment.

Almost everyone present should have been able to distinguish right from wrong, and many of them made flash judgements on film about where they thought the line was, legally and morally.  I don't think any of these actions are fully excusable.  I do think that there will be research about these social interactions studied and published for years about this event.  I wonder how many people turned out expecting a peaceful protest and then found themselves throwing rocks, fire extinguishers, or assaulting cops while the crowd around them suddenly cheered them as "Patriots."

Many showed up knowing exactly what type of chaos they intended to cause.  They understandably will get exactly what's coming to them.

/Regret rehabilitation and punishment are immensely difficult subjects.
//It was such a well documented mob.
///This just highlights how important it is to not fall in with the wrong crowd.
 
2021-01-27 6:16:25 PM  
5 votes:
All I can see every time I see this pic is the dead woman lying there, treaded on by her fellow insurrectionists.
 
2021-01-27 8:25:08 PM  
4 votes:

waxbeans: Get back to me when someone get sentenced to actually prison time.


No.
Every step of this should be public and humiliating.
 
2021-01-27 7:19:01 PM  
4 votes:

kobrakai: waxbeans: Get back to me when someone get sentenced to actually prison time.

It's been 21 days. How impatient are you?


I'm realistic. I see lots of suspended sentence and shock probation.

I'll actually blow a dude(of my picking), If some one does actual time, in an actual prison and for something over one year and does the whole year.
Theses scumbags will get about what those rich people got for bribing their kids into college. Which was what? Months?
FML. Fark this time line.
 
2021-01-27 7:18:55 PM  
4 votes:

Astorix: Yeah, the video doesn't show him patting the cop on the back. Nice douchey argument and why did he try to flee to Switzerland and try to kill himself?

These people are cowards when confronted individually.


He's 51, right?  So he can still serve 20 years and maybe live to see the outside world before he dies.
I mean, he's conservative and respects the law and tough on crime prisons right?
Hope he enjoys nutriloaf.
 
2021-01-27 6:48:07 PM  
4 votes:

Dr. Bison: I'm against the death penalty so I'll always be in favor of paying to keep someone in jail. That they might climb the walls in pain and insanity is something I get a little chuckle out of. But I think everyone should be treated humanely.

Guys like this will build their own hell.


OK, how about exile to the pacific garbage patch.  It isn't death, in the sense that nature will be killing them, and nature kills us all, unless a person gets to us first, which is what you are against.

I work hard for my money, I don't want my taxes keepun traitors alive.  Especially when we have pics and video of them doing their crimes.  It is not in doubt.  So, why should we keep these traitors alive?  Because of your feels?  My feels say kill them.  So a good compromise is exile to the garbage patch.  We aren't killing them, but we also don't have to keep them alive.  Compromise is wonderful.
 
2021-01-27 6:42:44 PM  
4 votes:

waxbeans: Get back to me when someone get sentenced to actually prison time.


No prison.  Exile.  Or death by hanging, right there on the capitol steps.  Make a spectacle of these 'people'.  That is what they wanted.

Better yet, after the trial, have the BidenHarris decapitate them with a sword on the whitehouse steps.  Then, heve their heads preserved in acrylic (or however biological specimens are preserved in plastic), and displayed as trophies against the insurrection.  Every last person who was in the capitol riot.  Hundreds of heads.  Bathe the whitehouse steps in the blood of the traitors.  Make it so that the BidenHarris has to decapitate for days on end.  So that their arms become strong and the sword becomes natural for them.  Then position the decapitation sword in a place of honor in the oval office.  As for the bodies?  Feed them to pigs and dogs.  Then collect the poop and make a monument out of it.  Show that this is what happens to insurrectionists.
 
2021-01-27 6:37:34 PM  
4 votes:

waxbeans: Gyrfalcon: waxbeans: Get back to me when someone get sentenced to actually prison time.

We have to have A TRIAL FIRST WHY ARE YOU SO TEMPORALLY CHALLENGED??

It's pointless to care, at this point.
I'll be mad if not jail time. And I'll cheer any real jail time.
Till then? Who gives a Fark?


People who are interested in the legal process, people who enjoy watching assholes going through Federal Colonoscopies, the optimistic, the overly optimistic, the defendants, the defendants' families, most of America and a good chunk of the world's population.

Nihilism isn't for everyone, clearly.
 
2021-01-27 6:34:56 PM  
4 votes:

Gyrfalcon: waxbeans: Get back to me when someone get sentenced to actually prison time.

We have to have A TRIAL FIRST WHY ARE YOU SO TEMPORALLY CHALLENGED??


No, nothing will ever get better. Born to die world is a fark. I will inflict my malignant and helpless worldview on all within my sphere of influence.

Or yeah we could just wait for due process, or even just until the end of the week when DOJ lays insurrection charges.
 
2021-01-27 7:48:19 PM  
3 votes:

durbnpoisn: omg bbq: Tried to flee and then tried to kill himself and failed at both? What a farking coward.

Suicide has been a close companion in my life since the 8th grade when my best friend shot himself through the mouth with his dad's pistol. If an eighth grade band nerd can dust his top off while looking his buddy in the eye someone tell me what this badass freedumb warrior's problem is.

Rube Goldberg style suicides are often just (powerfully important) cries for help.  Nobody who really really wants to die is going to take 400 Benadryl or slash their wrists laterally.  Actually killing yourself is incredibly simple. Had a close friend in the military simply hang himself on a playground swing set, another band nerd in HS hung himself with piano wire... he really wanted to make a statement. Another guy in the military shot himself and one other close friend just hung out in his car while it was running with the garage closed.  Still another took an interesting way out by buying one of those party helium bottles (for filling lots of balloons I guess?) and filled a garbage bag with the shiat and stuffed his head inside and hung out for a little while.

At this point I'm more or less neutral on the whole concept of suicide but what I'm trying to get at here is that starting right this second nearly all of us have what it takes to cleanly, efficiently, and more or less painlessly punch our tickets in under ten minutes including prep work.

Since I don't think this brave warrior was making a cry for help and assuming he is rather smart due to his job and education unless I'm using the dull side of Occam's Razor he's just a cowardly little spineless slug. Like dude, you're 51 and probably looking at some serious jail time. Cops get to legally beat the shiat out of you, not the other way around, as a Republican I would have thought you celebrated that. You can choose to adult-up and do your time, or invest the two minutes it takes to go get one of your many guns and put a shot through ...

Out of all the people I know who are currently goners, a clean half of them were suicides.  Most of those were hangings.  Evidently that's a pretty popular and foolproof way to go.  But to me, that also seems horrible.  And wow, what a mess you are leaving for others to clean up.

Anyway...  I am of the opinion that you never really know that someone wants to snuff themselves out until they actually snuff themselves out.  The ones that talk about it, or actually "try", are really screaming for help, not trying to succeed.


Not necessarily true. When I worked inpatient stabilization, we had a nurse who tried to commit suicide by swallowing a whole bottle of aspirin.

Granted, you may be saying "that's not fatal!" And you'd be right. It would just thin your blood. What she did next was slash her forearms lengthwise. She thought she'd bleed out even if people did apply pressure. Oops. Nice idea, but no dice.
 
2021-01-27 7:13:58 PM  
3 votes:

waxbeans: Get back to me when someone get sentenced to actually prison time.


It's been 21 days. How impatient are you?
 
2021-01-27 6:58:16 PM  
3 votes:

CordycepsInYourBrain: Do gullible people think that other people are just as gullible as they are? Or is it that these people don't really get the difference between truth and fiction?


Aren't both of these things true in these people? The definition of gullible is to believe s*** that isn't real. So this is not an "or" situation.
 
2021-01-27 6:41:27 PM  
3 votes:

culebra: waxbeans: Gyrfalcon: waxbeans: Get back to me when someone get sentenced to actually prison time.

We have to have A TRIAL FIRST WHY ARE YOU SO TEMPORALLY CHALLENGED??

It's pointless to care, at this point.
I'll be mad if not jail time. And I'll cheer any real jail time.
Till then? Who gives a Fark?

People who are interested in the legal process, people who enjoy watching assholes going through Federal Colonoscopies, the optimistic, the overly optimistic, the defendants, the defendants' families, most of America and a good chunk of the world's population.

Nihilism isn't for everyone, clearly.


Look. They DOJ already back peddled a bit, last week.

I don't even think one person is going to get murder 1.  (Much less felony murder rule)
WTF?
I'd been shot/chokehold just for passing the barriers near the stairs outside.
These farks were running around the main floor.
 
2021-01-27 6:37:52 PM  
3 votes:
I'm against the death penalty so I'll always be in favor of paying to keep someone in jail. That they might climb the walls in pain and insanity is something I get a little chuckle out of. But I think everyone should be treated humanely.

Guys like this will build their own hell.
 
2021-01-27 6:07:30 PM  
3 votes:
WE WERE DOING THIS FOR YOU!!
 
2021-01-27 7:53:55 PM  
2 votes:

waxbeans: kobrakai: waxbeans: Get back to me when someone get sentenced to actually prison time.

It's been 21 days. How impatient are you?

I'm realistic. I see lots of suspended sentence and shock probation.

I'll actually blow a dude(of my picking), If some one does actual time, in an actual prison and for something over one year and does the whole year.
Theses scumbags will get about what those rich people got for bribing their kids into college. Which was what? Months?
FML. Fark this time line.


I'll never forget a Farker making the same bet when Paris Hilton was sentenced to jail.
 
2021-01-27 7:48:50 PM  
2 votes:

donotdoit: CordycepsInYourBrain: Do gullible people think that other people are just as gullible as they are? Or is it that these people don't really get the difference between truth and fiction?

Aren't both of these things true in these people? The definition of gullible is to believe s*** that isn't real. So this is not an "or" situation.


Yeah, you are right. It's the Dunning-Kruger effect for the truth-challenged.
 
2021-01-27 7:05:42 PM  
2 votes:

Gyrfalcon: waxbeans: Get back to me when someone get sentenced to actually prison time.

We have to have A TRIAL FIRST WHY ARE YOU SO TEMPORALLY CHALLENGED??


Not if we followed Cardassian law, we wouldn't.
 
2021-01-27 6:20:55 PM  
2 votes:

CordycepsInYourBrain: Do gullible people think that other people are just as gullible as they are? Or is it that these people don't really get the difference between truth and fiction?


See Trump fan
 
2021-01-27 6:09:50 PM  
2 votes:
Look officers, I was trying to use the knife to stab the blood back into the guy.
 
2021-01-27 6:04:56 PM  
2 votes:
Reminds me of Bill Hicks talking about Officer, um, Coon testifying at the Rodney King trial

"Well if you look at it from a certain perspective we were helping him."
"How's that?"
"Well if you run the tape backward, you'll see that we help Mr. King up, put him in the car, and send him on his way."
 
2021-01-28 7:22:09 AM  
1 vote:

omg bbq: Sorry for the rant. Thinking about this brought some shiat out.


Quite alright.  I understand.  And to be honest, it's hard for me to read that.  Because I'm not kidding about the sheer number of suicides I've seen.  Last year, there were 3 before February.  And in all those cases I was like, "You fools are missing the most F'd up thing that has ever happened!!"

Those 3 were, a friend of my kid's, an old buddy from high school and a long running poker game (his brother committed suicide 5 years earlier), and an old boss from early in my career.

All just messed up situations.  And none of them were expected.
 
2021-01-27 11:51:13 PM  
1 vote:

Ketchuponsteak: waxbeans: Get back to me when someone get sentenced to actually prison time.

"OMG, someone got an actual sentence, alert that random dude from Fark, he has to be told!"

Right, follow the news like the rest of us.


Zip it, pal.  The way he's currently planning it, one of us is gonna get a blow job.
 
2021-01-27 10:13:53 PM  
1 vote:

omg bbq: durbnpoisn: omg bbq: Tried to flee and then tried to kill. ....
....
Sorry for the rant. Thinking about this brought some shiat out.


Get some sleep. Have a big breakfast.
Bacon makes life good
 
2021-01-27 8:49:17 PM  
1 vote:

Min5trel: "A divorced geophysicist"...

Dude. You spelled "A terrorist who tried to flee to a country without extradition then failed an attempt at suicide" wrong.


Since he's in the hospital, he must have managed to incur some discomfort.

None of the articles details what he actually did to himself, or explains how he acquired a Swiss citizenship. Through his parents perhaps?
 
2021-01-27 8:47:48 PM  
1 vote:
I'd love to get his response on record when asked if he thought Zykklon B was a sweet vegetable based snack to give to hungry people. Then make sure every person he ever meets sees the video.
 
2021-01-27 8:41:11 PM  
1 vote:

waxbeans: Get back to me when someone get sentenced to actually prison time.


"OMG, someone got an actual sentence, alert that random dude from Fark, he has to be told!"

Right, follow the news like the rest of us.
 
2021-01-27 7:46:34 PM  
1 vote:

waxbeans: Get back to me when someone get sentenced to actually prison time.


Gyrfalcon: We have to have A TRIAL FIRST WHY ARE YOU SO TEMPORALLY CHALLENGED??


kobrakai: It's been 21 days. How impatient are you?


Do you guys not understand what "get back to me" means?  It means that he's just going to wait patiently until that time in the future.  He's so patient that he's going to need you to tell him when it happens.  I mean, it's right there, capitalized, at the beginning of the sentence.
 
2021-01-27 7:35:01 PM  
1 vote:
Do we know of an instance where a Federal Judge said "Are you farking kidding me?" into the court record?  We could soon.
 
2021-01-27 7:20:10 PM  
1 vote:

waxbeans: kobrakai: waxbeans: Get back to me when someone get sentenced to actually prison time.

It's been 21 days. How impatient are you?

I'm realistic. I see lots of suspended sentence and shock probation.

I'll actually blow a dude(of my picking), If some one does actual time, in an actual prison and for something over one year and does the whole year.
Theses scumbags will get about what those rich people got for bribing their kids into college. Which was what? Months?
FML. Fark this time line.


So do we start having lineups?
 
2021-01-27 7:18:15 PM  
1 vote:
Uh-huh. Sure pal. Enjoy your 5X8 cell you cum gargler.
 
2021-01-27 6:32:58 PM  
1 vote:

Gyrfalcon: waxbeans: Get back to me when someone get sentenced to actually prison time.

We have to have A TRIAL FIRST WHY ARE YOU SO TEMPORALLY CHALLENGED??


It's pointless to care, at this point.
I'll be mad if not jail time. And I'll cheer any real jail time.
Till then? Who gives a Fark?
 
2021-01-27 6:21:24 PM  
1 vote:

Naido: Oh, but if you're going to attempt this, don't forget to bring your wheelbarrow to court.


More of a dump truck. Similar to Back to the Future.
 
2021-01-27 6:05:54 PM  
1 vote:
Oh, but if you're going to attempt this, don't forget to bring your wheelbarrow to court.
 
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