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one of the children that were supposedly missing is streaming on fb live telling people to stop messaging her.

i'm not surprised the reddit detectives didnt even check to see if the children where found

another thing I thought of: what if it's just money laundering?

people normally launder money out of places that sell high price items like mattress stores.

Off Topic / Re: would you kill mesothelioma
« on: Yesterday at 01:42:06 PM »
i mean considering that you have no idea if something worse would happen if he never existed I wouldn't forget with it

Off Topic / Re: controversial statement s
« on: Yesterday at 01:36:26 PM »
ignore this post i posted in the wrong thread

probably not. wayfair almost certainly has pretty detailed logs of all its transactions, including the names of the items sold, and to who. the FBI finding that their suspect purchased a $10k cabinet named after the victim during a raid would basically be a conviction in and of itself. no human trafficker would expose themselves to that kind of risk, much less one who had the knowledge and connections to do it as part of wayfair's business
i mean you could always have shell companies and stuff to cover stuff like this up, funds can be obfuscated pretty easily if you are incorporating in third world countries, some times hiding in plain sight is easier. you see this all the time when people use steganography to hide child research in files they post to reddit or send eachother meeting messages through classified fields.

wtf is wayfair btw is it like ebay?

also, I think this is pretty far fetched IMO. I agree with cheese, how is "cabinet expensive omg!!!" child trafficking? you can pretty easily google like 8 different random names to get missing person reports.

it would be pretty loving stupid to use the kids real name honestly

i mean redditors aren't exactly the most credible of online detectives
this lol, remember when they doxxed the "boston bomber" and basically harassed a family because their kid wasnt seen for a couple of days after the bombing and turns out he killed himself.

EDIT: I also saw a news article trying to claim that it's somehow related that when you google the SKUs and you get children in underwear. these are such dumb reaches

is there any evidence that's not circumstantial? who says this is human trafficking? it could be like, drugs or smthn.

Off Topic / Re: hobby discussion thread
« on: July 10, 2020, 04:36:09 PM »
hurricane szn forgetin wit my vibe

Off Topic / Re: hobby discussion thread
« on: July 10, 2020, 03:46:48 PM »
lucky, i live in florida so i can only grow herbs/citrus
is it because of the heat?

i love cooking anything and astronomy(sky watching, satellite tracking, etc) mostly

Off Topic / Re: Supreme Court gives half of oklahoma away.
« on: July 10, 2020, 03:19:16 PM »
wait, wasn't oklahoma already like 40% federal land?

i guess oklahoma just doesn't exist anymore
theres like 3 people in the entire state so i wouldn't be surprised

Off Topic / Re: Supreme Court gives half of oklahoma away.
« on: July 10, 2020, 12:35:25 AM »
whats your problem with this

dunno bout you guys but im in full support of the cops, forgeters shot my annoying-ass neighbors dog who kept barking at me.
quite frankly i dont know what i would do if i didnt have the police on my side
i mean if you hate dogs cops are great at killing forgettons

was this a cia blacksite or some old mafia guys hobby project?

find out tonight at 6

you do realize that that's just military material transferring, right? like, it wouldn't show body cams on a form specifically for materials the army produces and gives to the police, right? besides, that shows nothing about how they use military equipment; the tanks and stuff probably are purely stored either for a lack of military space or for a time where they're needed (which is gonna roll around soon considering minnesota). either way, that wasn't at all the point i was making.
they totally don't use those armored APCs contrary to hundreds of videos of protests ever. Did you miss the quote about the swat team being used only 7% of the time for what they are supposed to be for? They use flashbangs and SWAT teams to bust into peoples homes and kill their dogs then find no drugs.
In February 2010, the Minneapolis Police Department (MPD) raided the apartment of Rickia Russell, breaching the door and throwing in a flashbang grenade, as part of a search for drugs. At the time, Russell was eating dinner with her boyfriend and the exploding grenade gave her burns to her head and calves. No drugs were found in Russell's apartment and the Minneapolis City Council agreed to pay $1 million in damages.[85] In January 2011, Rogelio Serrato in Greenfield, California, died of smoke inhalation after a flashbang grenade launched by the SWAT team of the Greenfield Police Department (GPD) ignited a fire in his home.[85]

In May 2011, the Pima County Sheriff's department killed Marine and Iraq war veteran Jose Guerena, when they entered his home while serving a search warrant related to a marijuana smuggling investigation. They fired 71 shots into his home, while his wife and 4-year-old child were inside, and found no drugs nor anything illegal. The departments involved paid a $3.4 million settlement.[86][87][88][89]

Referring to the 2011 Occupy Wall Street protests in New York City, Glen Greenwald wrote, "The police response was so excessive, and so clearly modeled after battlefield tactics, that there was no doubt that deterring domestic dissent is one of the primary aims of police militarization."[90]

On May 28, 2014, a SWAT team looking for drugs in a Cornelia, Georgia home threw a flashbang grenade into the house. The grenade landed in the playpen of a 19-month-old baby boy, and the detonation severely burned and mutilated the baby's face.

The use of SWAT teams became especially common for drug searches. The ACLU study found that 62% of SWAT deployments were for drug raids, and that 79% involved raids on private homes; the study found that only "7% fell into those categories for which the technique was originally intended, such as hostage situations or barricades." In some cases, civilians, including infants, were killed or injured due to police use of force in military style raids.

Like, they definitely use military equipment far more often then they should, and they are only getting more and more equipment when the violent crime rate is at it's lowest point in history.

But if I own 64,689 5.56 ARs and 849 mine resistant vehicles I'm a "Threat to National Security". What bigotry.
if anything civilians should be armed against the police

"we should make the police more accountable! put high-tech cameras in police vests and cars!"
"police are bad! slash police budget!"

pick one

also you do realize attempting to prevent and disincentivize criminal activity and keeping an area safe in a megacity takes up more cash than loving gas at 1$ per liter prices and the occasional bus
yeah they are totally buying body cams, totally...

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Since the 1033 Program was initiated in 1990, more than 5.4 billion U.S. dollars of military equipment has been transferred by the Pentagon to local and state police.
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Between 2006 and 2014, almost 5,000 M16 rifles were distributed to local and state law enforcement agencies in Ohio under the surplus military equipment program
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The use of SWAT teams became especially common for drug searches. The ACLU study found that 62% of SWAT deployments were for drug raids, and that 79% involved raids on private homes; the study found that only "7% fell into those categories for which the technique was originally intended, such as hostage situations or barricades." In some cases, civilians, including infants, were killed or injured due to police use of force in military style raids.
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As of 2014, 8,000 local law enforcement agencies participate in the militarization program that has transferred $5.1 billion in military hardware from the United States Department of Defense to local American law enforcement agencies since 1997. Data from 2006 to 2014 shows that local and state police departments obtained aircraft, helicopters, bayonets, knives, night-vision sniper scopes, tactical armored vehicles or MRAP's, rifles and weapons including grenade launchers, watercraft, and camouflage gear, among other military equipment.

(note that this is only military equipment, not other stuff)

yeah totally good spending habits

Off Topic / Re: controversial statement s
« on: July 08, 2020, 08:28:26 PM »
I never said they do not exist.
this is why i asked, don't take my questions as attacks
The wording I used suggests room for exception. Born attraction to one's own love may be attributable to hormonal imbalances.
Do you have any evidence for a correlation between the imbalance of some hormone and homoloveuality? (I'm not saying that this isn't the case, I'm simply asking because there's hundreds of theories as to why people are born gay)

On top of that: Do you have any evidence for the majority of homoloveuality to be related to overindulgence of loveual pleasures?

while homoloveual ppl def exist and obv they should get equal rights honestly i don't feel like even the majority of homoloveuals and something like 80% of teen homoloveuals are, well, actually homoloveual

[now this is kinda based on anecdotal evidence but it's kinda hard to use statistical information without coming off as biased]

one or two years ago when i was a serious, hardcore coomer i was convinced that i was homoloveual, but when i exited 4 faps a day-level coomer i realized that i was almost entirely straight. the only reason i believed i was gay was because of

a) society's currently in the "woah gay so cool and quirky" and at that time i was definitely in the "hey guys i'm COMMUNIST isn't that so COOL AND SMART PRAISE ME PLEASE" stereotype so obv that just worked its way in my head

b) my serious coomer addiction at the time; this is pretty obvious but the idea of sucking dicc comes much easier when you masturbate to whatever research you can find 12 times a day
there's nothing wrong with experimenting with your loveuality. i mean as it stands everyone might be a bit biloveual or not it doesn't really invalidate that in the grand scheme of things. there's at least 5-10% of the population that identifies as strictly homoloveual and knows they are. you can see the "whoa so quirky" thing in everything that's not mainstream, from bronies to minecraft players.

Off Topic / Re: controversial statement s
« on: July 08, 2020, 08:04:40 PM »
My point was that 'homoloveuality' is generally a result of loveual over-exposure and over-indulgence in the pleasure of loveual stimulation.

Let me put it this way. loveuality does not exist. All humans are born with a natural disposition to procreate, and humans are by default 'heteroloveual'. It is however possible to override this natural attraction to the opposite love and the drive to procreate by over-indulgance in loveual pleasure.

research plays a massive role in this. research functions much like a drug. In fact, I would argue it is a drug. The effect of research is that it requires a progressively higher amount of perversion to get off to. Much like how someone can get desensitized to drugs and needs a higher dose to get high.

Nobody is "gay", but rather they have in most cases over-consumed research and loveual pleasure, leading them into extreme perversion.
how does this explain people who have never had access to research or had love being gay though

do you simply deny their existence?

EDIT: or even how do you explain people that are teens/just getting into puberty having an attraction for their own love? some people never even think of love until puberty and are just not heteroloveual

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