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#1 Posted by thebest31406 (3347 posts) -

RT isn't reporting any more or less than what was reported by other establishments.

http://www.washingtonpost.com/news/checkpoint/wp/2014/09/25/can-call-of-duty-and-other-video-games-help-plan-for-war-new-project-will-find-out/

http://www.atlanticcouncil.org/news/press-releases/call-of-duty-writer-and-director-dave-anthony-named-nonresident-fellow-at-atlantic-council

Not once have I played that COD garbage but it must be some pretty compelling stuff for this think tank to want to bring this writer on board.

#2 Edited by thebest31406 (3347 posts) -

@thegerg said:

@thebest31406: "You being such a right-wing drone, I assumed that you faulted the victim for not storing his wallet properly."

Yeah, that old conservative "store your wallet properly" talking point. It gets old.

Blaming civilians for police misconduct certainly does.

#3 Edited by thebest31406 (3347 posts) -

Yeah...but it's China so who cares?

#4 Posted by thebest31406 (3347 posts) -

@thebest31406 said:

@airshocker said:

@thebest31406 said:

@airshocker said:

@thebest31406 said:

Don't speak for others. And you didn't answer the question; what was the point of mentioning your ID storing habits?

I'll speak for others when it's exceedingly obvious where everyone stands.

Are you joking...? I mentioned my ID storing habits because I was trying to show the user I was talking to why a cop might think a person is going for something in their car.

And the indictment falls upon who exactly?

What indictment? What in god's name are you talking about?

Jesus, you're so thick. Does the victim share the blame for his own shooting for not storing his ID in his wallet?

I'm not thick, you're just not clear. You think you're smart but your writing leaves a lot to be desired. If you can't be clear, don't speak at all. Saying "And the indictment falls upon who exactly?" after I tell you why I mentioned where I store my ID IS NOT CLEAR.

No, the victim doesn't share the blame for his own shooting in this instance. In this case, the cop was in the wrong because he simply started shooting as soon as the man reached into his car. He didn't even give a verbal warning.

I've said as much throughout the thread. So what exactly is your issue?

It's just you dedicated a paragraph on how most people store their IDs. You being such a right-wing drone, I assumed that you faulted the victim for not storing his wallet properly. If you believe that the cop is entirely to blame, the the whole 'ID storing' issue really isn't an issue at all. So why mention it? I'll also add that you weren't the only one that had something say about it; one member said; I always have my license in my wallet and my wallet is ALWAYS in my front pant pocket. Just saying...

#5 Posted by thebest31406 (3347 posts) -

Psycho Mantis.

#6 Posted by thebest31406 (3347 posts) -

@thebest31406 said:

@airshocker said:

@thebest31406 said:

Don't speak for others. And you didn't answer the question; what was the point of mentioning your ID storing habits?

I'll speak for others when it's exceedingly obvious where everyone stands.

Are you joking...? I mentioned my ID storing habits because I was trying to show the user I was talking to why a cop might think a person is going for something in their car.

And the indictment falls upon who exactly?

What indictment? What in god's name are you talking about?

Jesus, you're so thick. Does the victim share the blame for his own shooting for not storing his ID in his wallet?

#7 Edited by thebest31406 (3347 posts) -

@thebest31406 said:

Don't speak for others. And you didn't answer the question; what was the point of mentioning your ID storing habits?

I'll speak for others when it's exceedingly obvious where everyone stands.

Are you joking...? I mentioned my ID storing habits because I was trying to show the user I was talking to why a cop might think a person is going for something in their car.

And the indictment falls upon who exactly?

#8 Edited by thebest31406 (3347 posts) -

@airshocker said:

@thebest31406 said:

@airshocker said:

@thebest31406 said:

This whole "keep your ID in your wallet or get capped by the police" line holds no water. Christ, there are so many arbitrary cardinal rules for dealing with police, you'd think some one would write an instructional book on it already. There could be some money in that.

Who is saying that?

I took the liberty of finishing the argument, since no argument was articulated. So you keep your ID in your pocket. That's nice but, what are we to learn from this?

You finished nothing because nobody even knows what you're talking about. Not a single person in this thread has defended the cop for shooting this guy. So what the hell are you talking about?

Don't speak for others. And you didn't answer the question; what was the point of mentioning your ID storing habits? You mentioned that you keep your drivers license in your wallet. Many people do the same thing. Again, that's nice but...what is your point?

#9 Posted by thebest31406 (3347 posts) -

The N64 was the multiplayer machine when I was a kid. Goldeneye, Wrestlemania 2000, WWF No Mercy, Bomberman, Killer Instinct Gold, Crusin USA, and San Fransisco Rush. I use to go to my cousin's house on the weekend and he'd have loads of people over to play nonstop.

#10 Edited by thebest31406 (3347 posts) -

Children of Men, Robocop, Total Recall, Alien (Aliens was a Saturday morning cartoon spinoff)