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Everything posted by juice64011

  1. Mine don't though, that's just in your head.
  2. I'm not reading another book until that fat **** GRRM finishes Winds of Winter. My reading career might be over.
  3. We really don't talk about it a wide variety of political subjects. So of the couple we talk about I lean right and have always admitted it in here.
  4. Rustled because he wasn't added to Mr Sparks' Unofficial Official List of Unbiased Posters.
  5. I do the same. I guess the studio that is working on it is the same one that made The Division which wasn't a bad game and gives me a little hope. I know we are a long ways away from having a game but I'm excited to finally get something open world like KOTOR even if it's way different. Indy could be really fun as well. I'm hoping they do a new story instead of rehashing events from the movies.
  6. Lol, thank your for the addition. I think we got it covered now.
  7. So to recap unbiased leftist logic that we learned today: A Democrat calls for "unrest in the streets" or says that "protests are supposed to be uncomfortable" while cities are burning and its not inciting violence or encouraging rioters. The reason that it's not is because they didn't use the word rioters, words like unrest have multiple meanings, and they may have previously denounced violence. Democrats can pay tens of millions of dollars to bail out rioters and its not encouraging rioters because that money is also used for protesters. Trump says to "peacefully make your voices heard" and to "fight like hell" in the same speech. That's inciting violence. It doesn't matter that the word fight also has multiple meanings. It doesn't matter that he openly denounced riots and violence multiple times throughout the last year because saying to fight stays with you more than the word peaceful.
  8. Ubisoft is developing an open world star wars game. It's about time. https://venturebeat.com/2021/01/13/ubisoft-is-making-the-star-wars-game-that-ea-couldnt/amp/
  9. I've given multiple examples that any reasonable person would agree with. Unfortunately some are too blind and biased to know when they are wrong. Keep trying to play semantics, it looks like it's going so well for you.
  10. A riot is a type of unrest. She said that as people in Kenosha were rioting. Lol at me admitting I'm wrong when it's obvious to everyone but you what was happening.
  11. Define riot [ˈrīət] NOUN a violent disturbance of the peace by a crowd.
  12. It's not like it's new that Dems are escalating tensions. This **** started years ago. Maybe it was a bad idea to tell crowds to confront cabinet members on the streets. “No peace, no sleep! No peace, no sleep! … God is on our side! … If you see anybody from that cabinet in a restaurant, in a department store, at a gasoline station, you get out and you create a crowd, and you push back on them, and you tell them they’re not welcome anymore, anywhere,” - Maxine Waters 2018
  13. “This is as much about public outcry, organizing and mobilizing and applying pressure so that this GOP-led Senate and these governors that continue to carry water for this administration, putting American people in harm’s way, turning a deaf ear to the needs of our families and our communities – hold them accountable,” she said. “Make the phone calls, send the emails, show up,” she continued. “You know, there needs to be unrest in the streets for as long as there’s unrest in our lives.” -Dem Ayanna Presley. August, 2020
  14. Because those funds were used for both rioters and protestors. Dems didn't distinguish between them and only bail out peaceful protesters. They promoted the Minnesota Freedom Fund among others that were bailing out everyone regardless of their crime. There isn't anything much more encouraging than the next possible President and Vice President helping to pay your bail. I posted AOC's comment which came after riots. Obviously defending violence. When the day time protests regularly turn into night time riots how do you distinguish between the two? Obviously a portion of that crowd is staying and committing violent acts.
  15. There are worse minor characters like Rose Tico but he's my least favorite main character. A lot of it has to do with the inconsistent writing. His power is inconsistent. He is wounded by something that most jedi would deflect. Untrained common man Finn got a hit in, and Rey beat him. Later he is cutting through people like they are nothing. You could say he got more powerful with his connection to Rey but he also is conflicted between light and dark which should make him weaker not stronger. Luke fools him with the force but then he is able to hide his intentions and kill Snoke. Two of the most powerful characters in the galaxy, two different outcomes. He openly ripped off Vader, we can say that he was trying to be like his grandfather but Vader had a reason for the helmet. It was just the studio trying to make a new modern day version of an iconic character. Way too often he comes off as a whiny, spoiled teen full of angst instead of a leader of one of the strongest factions in the universe. Emo Vader was a terrible villain.
  16. Kamala and Biden's campaign staff helped set up a fund to get rioters out of jail and pay their court fees. Dems proposed bills to protect rioters blocking highways and streets. Protests should make people uncomfortable. - AOC They downplayed the riots, they encouraged riots, they protected rioters, and paid their bills. They have been escalating tensions for years and the only reason they quit is because they saw the negative reaction in polls in the late summer.
  17. Favorite Jedi: Yoda Favorite character: Han Solo Least favorite character: Kylo Ren Favorite light saber battle: Darth Maul vs Anakin and Qui Gon Jinn Favorite movie: Return of the Jedi Least favorite trilogy: Sequel
  18. I was there last week, donated some but didn't post since everything was about cwl and I couldn't see war. Then this weekend I got kicked and they said I could join the feeder clan. Lol
  19. TBF he lives in Mexico so he's probably an expert in intestinal infections.
  20. Should've shot more of them.
  21. If it's irrelevant and deflecting then why did you post, "Remind me again how many police were beat to death by antifa and BLM in 2020"? You are continuing the conversation with that post and I replied to it. I don't even know the details of this one. What I've read is he went back to his office and later collapsed. If it was from the result of their actions then charge them with murder. If they were attacking him, then he was free to shoot all involved as far as I'm concerned. I've been consistent throughout. Wait for the details to come out, not some grainy video that only shows a few moments of a bigger incident or a headline without any other details. I don't give a **** what color your skin is, if you are being a violent idiot, escalating situations, attacking people, resisting arrest, etc then most of the time you deserve what you get but it's a case by case basis. The Jacob Blake case is a perfect example. At first watch, it looks like a really bad shooting. Then we get more details. Blake violated a restraining order, he fought the cops, tazers didn't work, he had a knife in his hand, and he tried to get in someone else's SUV. He deserved everything he got.
  22. I'm not vetting all of them and I'm not saying they were all BLM since other organizations were involved but it's pretty obvious which groups have been way more violent towards cops and people in general this year.
  23. I believe they do have that law but I doubt it would be used in this case if they didn't specifically commit the crime. That's how most of the cases I have seen have been handled this year.
  24. This was last updated June 10th. A few deaths, a few paralyzed but mostly peaceful protests. Albany, N.Y.: Officer sent to the hospital after protester throws a brick at him Atlanta: Officer Maximilian Brewer underwent surgery after a protester hit him with an ATV Brockton, Mass.: One state trooper and a few local Brockton police officers suffered minor injuries Buffalo, N.Y.: Two police officers are hit by a vehicle and one other has his leg broken and pelvis shattered after protesters run him over Champaign, Ill: Several police officers suffered minor injuries after allegedly being assaulted Cincinnati, Ohio: Officer narrowly escaped death after a bullet struck his ballistic helmet Columbia, S.C.: 15 law enforcement personnel injured during a Saturday riot Chicago: 132 Chicago Police Department officers injured in violent riots in the city Davenport, Iowa: A plainclothes police officer injured after an individual opened fire on his vehicle Denver: Three city police officers sent to the hospital after a hit-and-run that also injured a bystander Harrisburg, Penn.: Two police officers sent to the hospital during a violent protest on Saturday Las Vegas: One cop put on life support after he was shot in the head during a violent protest on Monday; 12 additional officers injured during Friday’s rioting Los Angeles: 27 LAPD officers injured during weekend rioting Lynchburg, Va.: Several officers were shot at during protests but were not injured Minnesota: Police officers shot at during a protest, and a precinct in the city was set on fire by protesters Maryland: Protesters injured four county police officers and damaged several police cruisers New York City: Dozens of NYPD officers injured during weekend rioting with one video showing an officer being struck by a car in a hit-and-run. Over 350 NYPD officers injured in two weeks of protests. Injuries include being hit by vehicles, head injuries from bricks and fire extinguishers as well as other serious wounds. Oak Lawn, Il.: Three officers injured during Monday’s protests Oakland, Calif.: FBI officer Dave Patrick Underwood was shot and killed while providing security for a courthouse, and another officer was injured in the shooting Oakdale, Calif: Two officers suffered injuries after a clash broke out at a protest. Philadelphia: City police reported several assaults on officers and multiple police cars set on fire Pittsburgh, Penn.: Nine police officers hurt and sent to the hospital in clashes with protesters Providence, R.I: 9 officers injured after protesters threw bricks at them as violent protests erupted in the city Richmond, Va.: Two officers hurt during a protest after being hit with a baseball bat and a beer bottle Rhode Island: Nine officers injured amongst rioting Sacramento, Calif.: Seven police officers received minor injuries at the hands of violent protesters Salt Lake City, Utah: 21 police officers required medical care after being injured by protesters, with one reporting that he was hit on the head with a baseball bat San Antonio: Three officers were injured after being hit by bricks and bottles San Jose, Calif.: Several officers sustained injuries during a May 29 protest and one was sent to the hospital Santa Ana, Calif.: Two officers had to be taken to the hospital after being hit in the head by projectiles thrown at them by protesters Springfield, Mo: Springfield Police Department officer Mark Priebe was hospitalized in the ICU with a spinal cord injury after being rammed by an SUV. Priebe has to undergo surgery and will likely never be able to walk again. St. Louis, Mo.: 77-year-old David Dorn, a retired police officer, was shot dead by looters. His death was broadcast live on Facebook. Four other police officers were also shot in downtown St. Louis by violent protesters Washington, D.C.: 11 Washington police officers injured during Sunday’s protests. One officer required surgery after being hit by a brick in the leg. Over 50 members of the Secret Service were also hurt during clashes, some sustaining injuries from Molotov ****tails
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