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  1. I agree that Michael Brown's death was a consequence of his own actions. All I was saying was that just because that picture you posted as evidence that MB was a thug, doesn't mean that he was a thug or that he was roughing the guy up unnecessarily, and that maybe the store clerk deserved it.
  2. @MacGyver great excercise. I think that once this thought experiment plays out to its logical end, this throws a wrench in the works of many of our deeply held beliefs about gun possession by private citizens. Its not a far leap from a disarmed police force creating justification for a disarmed populace. At face value, and having run across more than enough bully cops, I'm liking the idea of traffic officers working daylight hours without taking the gun out of their cruiser. Since this thought experiment hasn't gotten much traction yet, you care to weigh in with your personal opinion on actually disarming traffic officers?Seems like operating on a level playing field with the community would go a long way toward repairing community relations.
  3. Come on now, lets all just hold our breath and wait for the trickle-down of our own God-given rights...
  4. Sorry to stray off topic, but it has been said that the store owner screwed MB over in a personal business deal. Makes no difference if the deal was for Twinkies or marijuana. If the store owner and Michael had a business deal, mutually agreed upon by 2 consenting adults, and the store owner tried to screw him, then he deserved the rough treatment, because that's how things are handled between drug dealers. Physical violence is the only recourse available, and that's what all parties involved understand prior to entering into the transaction. Of course, this story cant be 100% verified, but it does create reasonable doubt that MB was roughing the little guy up unjustly. It would also explain his MB's temperament, and the cop confronting him at the exact wrong time. If that store owner did help create this mess, may he rot in hell.
  5. Man that's really dangerous! Glad you maintained your composure. Once, I laughed my ass off because someone hit my wife with an egg while she was walking down the sidewalk Halloween night and they were driving by about 30mph. Their impeccable aim and her shock and awe reaction struck me as funny. My wife was very pissed at me for laughing. Soooooo, if your wife or girlfriend laughs about your misfortune on this one, give her a break
  6. Just make sure you're white when you get pulled over and everything'll be fine.
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