Daegog

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daegog wrote:
chickenfarts What if he took you to Olive Garden?
daegog wrote:
CONGRATS CANADA!  

The revenue you will make from NY 'visitors' alone will make you guys extremely happy and you deserve it.
daegog wrote:
semichisam01 It wasn't a crime until he showed up to meet the minor.  Then its illegal.
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yelloow12 That was my thought, this isn't really a south park audience kinda thing.
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Draculya Not gonna lie, i lawled.
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rammo34 See that happened to me all the time, i could not fucking stop laughing nor get the smirk off my face.  Every time I got caught laughing, I had to grab a toothbrush (not mine) and scrub bird shit off the three-story  emergency fire escape.

Man I scrubbed that fire escape all the damn time.
daegog wrote:
I dunno if any other military people experienced this, but we were told many times during boot camp.

If you are caught flipping off the base while you are leaving, you will be pulled off the bus and stuck into the next available training group to start back over at day 1.

I was fucking so terrified of that notion, I wanted to vomit.  Like for some reason, I couldn't control myself and just started flipping the bird or something.  Basic training can do odd things to your mind.

I swear, when I left basic training, i felt like I did not know how to do ANYTHING i was not trained on.. That's not quite right.  It's more like, I would not do anything I wasn't directly told to do.  Hell when we got to the airport, i recall looking around for someone to ask if i could use a vending machine.  I could not walk next to a person without automatically getting into a marching rhythm with them.
daegog wrote:
pirhomaniak no worries, i was confused heh.
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SMRD It totally is fantasy roleplay RIGHT UP UNTIL YOU SHOW UP AT THEIR HOUSE, then it's a crime.

If he never went to the meeting place, he would be free right now.

Its like, you can plan to rob your local bank, write down plans, escape routes, items needed, etc.  All fun and games, just having a laugh...

However, if you go and BUY things on that list, then they can arrest you for conspiracy to commit a crime.

SO, if you ever plan to rob a bank and are gonna write a list, KEEP THE LIST filed with nonsensical items, like FLYING CARPET and BULLET PROOF ELEPHANT.
daegog wrote:
pirhomaniak where did i infer something of this nature?
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captkangaroo Should American citizens start killing their dirty cops too?  it's not like they are rare.
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I dunno how people aren't ashamed of these actions.. I'm utterly confused at this notion that: Rules say we can do it, so we can do it.

In 50 years, people (even Americans) would look back at us and call us total pieces of shit for these action and they will be 100 percent right.

I think of this, in the same way I see the Civil Rights movement.  Today, who thinks those people marching for their rights and doing sittins were wrong?  No one.  People tell me, you cannot judge the past based on today, HORSESHIT.

This shit is clearly wrong, its so wrong that it boggles the mind how it is being defended.  And in the future when some fucknut says that "we shouldn't be judged on their morals", well he will be wrong too.  

Because people doing fucked up shit KNOW its fucked up, they just do not care.  Evil begins where empathy ends.
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dm2754 He is a combat veteran, how is he a "kid"?
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Gerry1of1 nope, he signed up to westpointe himself.  

Maybe thru education he merely got disillusioned with the military and capitalism.

Combat changes people in ways they do not fully realize at the time.
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What I really wonder is if they are gonna go after him for the money and cost of that education, my guess is yes.  

And further more, the way the military works, they just send you a letter telling you they are taking your money, the IRS and your money is just gone from each paycheck.

 Hearing/Trial?  Well they had that way back before they contacted you.
daegog wrote:
johncourage Then why are so many people in the US in poverty?
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Looks to me like he is angling to run for POTUS one day.
daegog wrote:
jclv Judging by that kids exuberance, i do not think a simple rope would have stopped him.  I mean if he crossed a rope would that REALLY mean all that much?  
daegog wrote:
megrendel "accomodations"... how pleasant you make this abomination sound, do you suppose they are offered a choice of english or continental breakfast?
daegog wrote:
Goddamn pedos are everywhere, you cannot leave these children alone with strangers and just HOPE shit goes ok, its fucking nonsense

https://www.cbsnews.com/news/bexar-county-texas-deputy-jose-nunez-sexually-abused-undocumented-immigrant-girl-4-sheriff-says/

daegog wrote:
megrendel Im not in that position so I cannot be certain, but I think I would want my kids with me in a family jail.  
daegog wrote:
What would have made more sense to me was a Cyber Force of some sort.  A branch dedicated to fighting and defending cyberwarfare attacks.

Our efforts as a nation are too dispersed in this area atm, would be nice if we consolidated them in one spot AND think of all the tech experts the military could be training for jobs after military.

Hell our banking system runs on COBOL, a good percentage of the COBOL experts are now dead from old age.  If the military could supply these trained people to the private sector, it would be actually useful.
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Just when you think we could not get any lower as a nation..

How much shame can you heap upon the American people before they say enough?

How long until someone says, hey lets send those kids out and have them pick fruit.