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If you thought that was offensive then you are really going to hate this. 

 

It is my opinion that Floyd and Chavuin  Not only knew each other but hated each other

According to Floyds Brother, and a co-worker   And his ex boss at the night club where the 2 of them [Floyd/Chavuin} worked as bouncers

Floyd and Chauvin had a ongoing feud due to the fact Floyd disagreed with the way Chauvin treated the people at the bar who got out of hand.  

The conflict between the 2 was NOT racial it was personal

This FACT Makes the whole movement a crock of crap that is being stirred up for political reasons and has NOTHING to do with police abuse or race

It is a Murder committed by one person against another

NOW.  Did the cop use the arrest of floyd to his advantage? YES he did,  Did he over step his authority?  Yes he did

Should the PD be looked at because the other cop did not step in and stood on the blue line? Your are damn right

But This WAS NOT RACIAL..the BLM IS A FAKE. 

 

simple google search you can find the interviews of his brother, o worker and boss all saying it was personal not racial

 

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Until those facts came out it was another police killing of an unarmed black man - the proverbial 'straw which broke the camel's back'

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1 hour ago, fredk said:

Until those facts came out it was another police killing of an unarmed black man - the proverbial 'straw which broke the camel's back'

AHHHHHH.....You hit the nail smack dab on the head and won the cupie dioll

The proverbial straw should never had been placed on the camal till the facts were set out on the table for all to read

the media,  jumped the gun  and started the RACE frenzy because of a political agenda  We ALL saw a man kill another on the video

THAT is ALL we saw, Those were the ONLY FACTS   A man killed another man. PERIOD

The race baiting was done by the media

do you agree? 

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I think the news media plays a VERY large part in influencing the ordinary persons thoughts

I do not watch news nor buy papers. I catch it thru the internet. So I cannot comment on how much the news media played up the black versus white colour. No doubt the news media played it up real big especially after that innocent jogger was murdered by 'ex-policeman' (?) (afaik) Taking it to the extremes meets a news paper's/channel's agenda to stir the (contents of toilet word) and it sells papers, gets the TV ratings up. News media really do print or televise before they have all the facts.

BLM are really playing it up with the news media over a coloured man died in police custody here in the UK. Happened about May 25th. 'More police brutality' they shout. Ignoring that the man was a drug dealer & user, was not only high on drugs and alcohol but had mildly overdosed. Police put him in a cell, sent for paramedics and by the time they arrived, about 20 minutes afaik the guy was dead. Hardly the same as Floyd

Whether Floyd was Black, Asian, Native American, Irish white doesn't matter. A police officer went too far and killed a person when there was no need. 3 other officers should have intervened, they did not. Now they must answer in a court of law, as we all must do in such a scenario

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If racism was a problem in America why didn't this come during the last presidents terms of office. And why was an African American even elected president to begin with oh yea because its not really about racism.  Answer because it isn't about race its about politics!!!! and who will vote for whom. Its media driven plain and simple.

 

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@chuck123wapati I've been thinking about what you wrote above. I reckon you don't see the racism because you are not racist, nor are your friends and associates. When you do not practice discrimination then its hard to understand others doing it and seeing it for what it is.

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White woman gets pulled over 5 times in one year because her black dog was mistaken for a black man.

https://franklywrite.com/2020/06/01/a-white-woman-racism-and-a-poodle/

 

So, tell me again how our society ISN'T racist??

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14 hours ago, fredk said:

@chuck123wapati I've been thinking about what you wrote above. I reckon you don't see the racism because you are not racist, nor are your friends and associates. When you do not practice discrimination then its hard to understand others doing it and seeing it for what it is.

I could believe that if it was being brought up a few years ago when there was a different president. And if they weren't being paid to protest, this is all about politics. Heres the deal for me, I've done a dna test and know how many different races of blood I'm filled with. Scandinavian , Irish, Scots, Welsh, German, Asian, And  bit of north Africa. The reason I'm a mix , and why most people are, is because of racism, slavery, wars, good people , bad people . I cant blame people that lived 200 years ago for my problems plain and simple. The people I'm descended from also came here poor, some as indentured servants/ slaves.  I cant say well the brits enslaved the Irish so you owe me, I cant say the Vikings killed my English ancestors so you owe me. The civil war was over almost two hundred years ago, my family fought against slavery then, put their lives on the line. Its time these people start to realize that life isn't fair and if they want success then they have to make it themselves. They cant burn or loot their way to equality because there isn't any equality anywhere in the world and doing harm wont make them equal in anyones eyes. We will never be free of someone hating someone else because its a human trait and no human is free from that. Racism sucks but its reality, Black lives matter is just someone else being racist, they don't care how many whites get killed by cops , they don't care how many Hispanics get killed, Asians, etc., and in doing that are themselves creating more hate and racism within themselves.

 You, me , all people on the planet have been controlled by the rich for centuries, wars aren't controlled by the poor , racism isn't controlled by the poor the media isn't controlled by the poor nothing on earth is controlled by the poor and now they don't want our elections to be decided by the poor. These people are being used as political pawns and nothing more by some very narcisstic people. Walmart just for example just gave BLM over 300 million dollars, enough to totally clean up and educate thousands of black poor people and their neighbor hoods but guess what not one poor person will see a dime of that and not once did Walmart offer to help the black folk before this.  Walmart will still pay them minimum wage instead of really helping them as will all of the companies so determined to change their lives for the better by their huge donations! Those donations are for politics, getting a democrat in office! Walmart cant sell their Chinese made cheap crap if Trump gets his/our "equality" in trade with China. This isn't about helping any poor folk its about helping rich folk get richer, changing our government to socialism, becoming a global empire for a few really rich people and its about total control of the global population by those few. I think Bloomberg said it best when he said he bought congress and this sir is what its all about! 

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9 hours ago, Sheilajeanne said:

White woman gets pulled over 5 times in one year because her black dog was mistaken for a black man.

https://franklywrite.com/2020/06/01/a-white-woman-racism-and-a-poodle/

 

So, tell me again how our society ISN'T racist??

So she says? One side of a story doesn't prove much. Now if every black dog owner in her neighborhood were to get pulled over or if black folk in her neighbor hood were complaining or if she had any proof at all. Real statistics don't prove that however and is why they aren't being used in the global conversation. But I agree racism is a human trait and there are racists from every race so in essence our society is racist its a human trait.

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10 hours ago, Sheilajeanne said:

White woman gets pulled over 5 times in one year because her black dog was mistaken for a black man.

https://franklywrite.com/2020/06/01/a-white-woman-racism-and-a-poodle/

 

So, tell me again how our society ISN'T racist??

Was it because of the Black dog or because she drives like crap?

I question the truthfulness of the story .  She is saying cops are racist  BUT THEN  says a man at a restaurant alerted her a Black man was stealing her car. She is seeing racism everywhere .  This woman.  IN MY OPINION is a person looking for attention where ever she can find it,  and that is me being nice

 

 

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1 hour ago, chuck123wapati said:

I could believe that if it was being brought up a few years ago when there was a different president. And if they weren't being paid to protest, this is all about politics. Heres the deal for me, I've done a dna test and know how many different races of blood I'm filled with. Scandinavian , Irish, Scots, Welsh, German, Asian, And  bit of north Africa. The reason I'm a mix , and why most people are, is because of racism, slavery, wars, good people , bad people . I cant blame people that lived 200 years ago for my problems plain and simple. The people I'm descended from also came here poor, some as indentured servants/ slaves.  I cant say well the brits enslaved the Irish so you owe me, I cant say the Vikings killed my English ancestors so you owe me. The civil war was over almost two hundred years ago, my family fought against slavery then, put their lives on the line. Its time these people start to realize that life isn't fair and if they want success then they have to make it themselves. They cant burn or loot their way to equality because there isn't any equality anywhere in the world and doing harm wont make them equal in anyones eyes. We will never be free of someone hating someone else because its a human trait and no human is free from that. Racism sucks but its reality, Black lives matter is just someone else being racist, they don't care how many whites get killed by cops , they don't care how many Hispanics get killed, Asians, etc., and in doing that are themselves creating more hate and racism within themselves.

 You, me , all people on the planet have been controlled by the rich for centuries, wars aren't controlled by the poor , racism isn't controlled by the poor the media isn't controlled by the poor nothing on earth is controlled by the poor and now they don't want our elections to be decided by the poor. These people are being used as political pawns and nothing more by some very narcisstic people. Walmart just for example just gave BLM over 300 million dollars, enough to totally clean up and educate thousands of black poor people and their neighbor hoods but guess what not one poor person will see a dime of that and not once did Walmart offer to help the black folk before this.  Walmart will still pay them minimum wage instead of really helping them as will all of the companies so determined to change their lives for the better by their huge donations! Those donations are for politics, getting a democrat in office! Walmart cant sell their Chinese made cheap crap if Trump gets his/our "equality" in trade with China. This isn't about helping any poor folk its about helping rich folk get richer, changing our government to socialism, becoming a global empire for a few really rich people and its about total control of the global population by those few. I think Bloomberg said it best when he said he bought congress and this sir is what its all about! 

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14 hours ago, Frodo said:

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Oh look, a gif of a room full of white people applauding. That... seems about right.

 

16 hours ago, chuck123wapati said:

They cant burn or loot their way to equality because there isn't any equality anywhere in the world and doing harm wont make them equal in anyones eyes.

Weird, this never gets brought up in relation to a certain story about taxation without representation and a bunch of tea in Boston Harbor and a bunch of agitators looking to create a nation founded in part on a principle that all men are created equal.

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4 hours ago, Retswerb said:

Oh look, a gif of a room full of white people applauding. That... seems about right.

 

Weird, this never gets brought up in relation to a certain story about taxation without representation and a bunch of tea in Boston Harbor and a bunch of agitators looking to create a nation founded in part on a principle that all men are created equal.

Hey retswerb

every time personal attacks start the mod closes the thread,  so join in with out snide remarks or do not post on my thread

we could have done with out the  "That... seems about right."  comment.    savy way? 

thank you for your understanding

 

Now,  lets address your tea party / riot comment.

during the Tea party the only  Property that was destroyed/damaged  was the lock on the door to the room the tea was stored in

  No British soldiers or Americans  were harmed, injured or killed

Do not even try to compare this historical event to the burning, looting, destruction of innocent peoples property and the deaths of those that tried to defend there property .  They are simply not the same.  

 

 

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4 hours ago, Retswerb said:

Oh look, a gif of a room full of white people applauding. That... seems about right.

 

Weird, this never gets brought up in relation to a certain story about taxation without representation and a bunch of tea in Boston Harbor and a bunch of agitators looking to create a nation founded in part on a principle that all men are created equal.

Pretty good, Just like FB, social media, Ignore the point of the whole comment cherry pick a sentence and take it out of context to redirect the conversation.  Now what does it prove? I didn't know rich people funded those people to do that? Who funded the tea party with millions of dollars or I guess pounds so they could sway a political vote?  So your saying they have a right to burn peoples property, loot , destroy other peoples businesses? The brits responded with an army should we? its in the history books too. maybe we should all line up every day and spit on the cops like people did to the service men during Vietnam, its in the history books. What do you think friend? Tons o history proves killing people gets you a new government is that the right way to do It? After all its in the history books. Think MLK would agree? Here a quote from him. "Violence is immoral because it thrives on hatred rather than love. It destroys community and makes brotherhood impossible. It leaves society in monologue rather than dialogue. Violence ends up defeating itself. It creates bitterness in the survivors and brutality in the destroyers." Sorry man I disagree with you and agree with Martin Luther King its in the history books also and it worked!

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There are two truths, and both are true.

1: Killing is wrong. Other violence and property damage is too, in a lot of cases.

2: People who are subjected to extended injustice, throughout history, can be expected to respond in increasingly violent ways until the injustice is righted. Expect it, every time.

It’s possible to understand that violence is wrong *while still understanding and recognizing its root and cause*. BUT if you’re more concerned about stolen and damaged property than you are about how black and other people of color are treated in this country, you’re putting things above people, and I don’t share that priority.

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11 hours ago, Frodo said:

 

during the Tea party the only  Property that was destroyed/damaged  was the lock on the door to the room the tea was stored in

Right, of course it was. To Google we go for the replay:

“The property damage amounted to the destruction of 92,000 pounds or 340 chests of tea, reported by the British East India Company worth £9,659 worth, or $1,700,000 dollars in today’s money. The owner of the two of the three ships was William Rotch, a Nantucket-born colonist and merchant.“

The people believed they were being treated unjustly, their peaceful efforts were not being heeded, and they resorted to personal property damage to make their point - and many now hold them in high regard, even to the point of naming a pseudo political party after them.

We can talk about the right/wrong of this action, just as we can about the protests of today that have turned violent (a tiny fraction, BTW). But they are far more similar than you claim.

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It’s possible to understand that violence is wrong *while still understanding and recognizing its root and cause*. BUT if you’re more concerned about stolen and damaged property than you are about how black and other people of color are treated in this country, you’re putting things above people, and I don’t share that priority.

YES and YES!

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29 minutes ago, Retswerb said:

Right, of course it was. To Google we go for the replay:

“The property damage amounted to the destruction of 92,000 pounds or 340 chests of tea, reported by the British East India Company worth £9,659 worth, or $1,700,000 dollars in today’s money. The owner of the two of the three ships was William Rotch, a Nantucket-born colonist and merchant.“

The people believed they were being treated unjustly, their peaceful efforts were not being heeded, and they resorted to personal property damage to make their point - and many now hold them in high regard, even to the point of naming a pseudo political party after them.

We can talk about the right/wrong of this action, just as we can about the protests of today that have turned violent (a tiny fraction, BTW). But they are far more similar than you claim.

Again just redirecting the conversation by cherry picking one sentence to avoid the real intent of the comment.Something similar happened then so it must be right now is not an argument. But if you want to offer 200 year old ethics as a reliable reasoning. Back then that man would have been shot or hung for fighting arrest, after of course they beat the shit out of him, from the British and all his property would have been destroyed or confiscated and his race wouldn't have mattered. His house would have been taken and used to house British soldiers. Still the same thing? And it led to war think we need that? Ever see one kid?

I'll offer again the words of Martin Luther King who obviously learned a lesson from history. . "Violence is immoral because it thrives on hatred rather than love. It destroys community and makes brotherhood impossible. It leaves society in monologue rather than dialogue. Violence ends up defeating itself. It creates bitterness in the survivors and brutality in the destroyers." 

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1 hour ago, Retswerb said:

 

It’s possible to understand that violence is wrong *while still understanding and recognizing its root and cause*. BUT if you’re more concerned about stolen and damaged property than you are about how black and other people of color are treated in this country, you’re putting things above people, and I don’t share that priority.

 

Am i putting things above people?

What about these people who were killed because of the riots?   Are You Aware that MORE people 22  have died due to the violence of the riot han wre kiled by the police this year?    You need to check yourself

 

 

David McAtee, 53, the owner of a barbecue restaurant in Louisville, Kentucky, was killed after police and National Guard members opened fire at a protest. The National Guard was sent to disperse a crowd and said they were shot at, which prompted them to return fire. McAtee’s sister told WAVE 3 News that the crowd gathered at the scene of the shooting did not relate to the protests, and was there meeting at his restaurant. 

Dorian Murrell, 18, was shot and killed by Tyler Newby, 29, in Indianapolis. Newby and his friend told police that they were walking around Downtown after the protests, found a gas canister on the ground and picked it up. They said after doing so, they were approached by a group of about 10 males who asked them what they found. Newby said he was pushed to the ground, pulled out his gun and shot the person standing over him. Murrell’s family member at the scene said there was no physical altercation, according to Indy Star.

Italia Kelly, 22, was shot and killed during a protest in Davenport, Iowa while she was leaving Monday night. Investigators have not identified the shooter. Kelly’s family says she was protesting peacefully and got tangled in the violence, according to KCRG

Marquis M. Tousant, 23, was shot and killed Monday in Davenport, Iowa after police responded to reports of a suspicious vehicle, before their car was fired upon multiple times, according to WQAD. Police found a semi-automatic handgun underneath Tousant’s body and multiple shell casings surrounding his body. Tousant was also seen on video with a gun at a shooting outside a jewelry store that night. It’s unclear whose weapon fired the shot that killed him, according to QC Times.

Calvin L. Horton Jr., 43, was fatally shot near the police department’s Third Precinct in Minneapolis in what is believed to be the first killing since the protests began according to Minnesota’s CBS affiliate

James Scurlock, 22, was fatally shot by a bar owner during a fight with several people Saturday night in Omaha, Nebraska, amid protests. Charges weren’t brought against the shooter, Jake Gardner, who was determined to have acted in self-defense. Gardner’s father had pushed several protesters when asking them to leave the bar. 

Victor Cazares, 27, was shot and killed in Chicago during rioting, which was ruled a homicide by the Cook County medical examiner’s office. The town spokesperson said the shootings were caused by “outside agitators who were driving through Cicero seeking to cause trouble,” according to the Chicago Sun Times.

Patrick Underwood, 53, was an officer in the Department of Homeland Security’s Federal Protective Service who was gunned down Friday as he stood guard outside the Ronald V. Dellums Federal Building and U.S. Courthouse in Oakland, Calif. amid protesting.  A second federal officer was shot with him but was not killed. Oakland police chief said the shooting was most likely deliberately targeting uniformed officers, according to the Wall Street Journal

Jorge Gomez, 25, was shot and killed by Las Vegas police during Monday night’s protests near the federal courthouse in downtown Las Vegas. Gomez was wearing body armor and armed with three weapons during the protests, and raised his weapon toward officers, LVMPD said according to News 3 Las Vegas

Not yet named: 29-year-old Chicago man was shot and killed in what was ruled a homicide and attributed to “outside agitators” during the riots, according to the Chicago Sun Times.

Not yet named: Unidentified male in his 20s was shot and killed by the owner of a gun store in Philadelphia while trying to loot his store.

Not yet named: Philadelphia man tried to blow up an ATM to loot it and was killed, according to a CBS Philadelphia affiliate

Not yet named: Detroit man was shot and killed during protests, and police are searching for a woman identified as a person of interest.

To collate this list, the Daily Caller searched public news reports of deaths that occurred following the eruption of violence during protests, which included shootings and looting that were linked to mass unrest.

 

But the violence didn’t end with buildings reduced to ashes or broken windows. Lives can’t be replaced. Fifteen people have died since the protests, riots and looting began, including a former police captain, an officer of the DHS and a peaceful protester who was just trying to get home. They are, for the most part, young people. Like Floyd, many of them are minorities themselves. 

David Dorn, 77, died Tuesday while trying to protect Lee’s Pawn Jewelry from looters. He served 38 years at the St. Louis Police Department before retiring. He died in the middle of a street after being shot in the torso by suspected rioters, according to the police incident report. The slaying was caught on Facebook Live, according to the St.Louis Dispatch

Barry Perkins, 29, died after getting stuck on the converter dolly between a FedEx truck’s trailers while the driver of the truck pulled away. The driver, who was rerouted because of the protests, said he didn’t know the man was there. People began “removing items” from the truck and two men standing on the passenger side showed the driver they had guns, so the driver feared for his life, honked the horn and started driving until he was stopped by police. By the time police stopped the truck, Perkins had gotten caught by the trailer tire and was run over, according to KSDK

David McAtee, 53, the owner of a barbecue restaurant in Louisville, Kentucky, was killed after police and National Guard members opened fire at a protest. The National Guard was sent to disperse a crowd and said they were shot at, which prompted them to return fire. McAtee’s sister told WAVE 3 News that the crowd gathered at the scene of the shooting did not relate to the protests, and was there meeting at his restaurant. 

Dorian Murrell, 18, was shot and killed by Tyler Newby, 29, in Indianapolis. Newby and his friend told police that they were walking around Downtown after the protests, found a gas canister on the ground and picked it up. They said after doing so, they were approached by a group of about 10 males who asked them what they found. Newby said he was pushed to the ground, pulled out his gun and shot the person standing over him. Murrell’s family member at the scene said there was no physical altercation, according to Indy Star.

Italia Kelly, 22, was shot and killed during a protest in Davenport, Iowa while she was leaving Monday night. Investigators have not identified the shooter. Kelly’s family says she was protesting peacefully and got tangled in the violence, according to KCRG

Marquis M. Tousant, 23, was shot and killed Monday in Davenport, Iowa after police responded to reports of a suspicious vehicle, before their car was fired upon multiple times, according to WQAD. Police found a semi-automatic handgun underneath Tousant’s body and multiple shell casings surrounding his body. Tousant was also seen on video with a gun at a shooting outside a jewelry store that night. It’s unclear whose weapon fired the shot that killed him, according to QC Times.

Calvin L. Horton Jr., 43, was fatally shot near the police department’s Third Precinct in Minneapolis in what is believed to be the first killing since the protests began according to Minnesota’s CBS affiliate

James Scurlock, 22, was fatally shot by a bar owner during a fight with several people Saturday night in Omaha, Nebraska, amid protests. Charges weren’t brought against the shooter, Jake Gardner, who was determined to have acted in self-defense. Gardner’s father had pushed several protesters when asking them to leave the bar. 

Victor Cazares, 27, was shot and killed in Chicago during rioting, which was ruled a homicide by the Cook County medical examiner’s office. The town spokesperson said the shootings were caused by “outside agitators who were driving through Cicero seeking to cause trouble,” according to the Chicago Sun Times.

Patrick Underwood, 53, was an officer in the Department of Homeland Security’s Federal Protective Service who was gunned down Friday as he stood guard outside the Ronald V. Dellums Federal Building and U.S. Courthouse in Oakland, Calif. amid protesting.  A second federal officer was shot with him but was not killed. Oakland police chief said the shooting was most likely deliberately targeting uniformed officers, according to the Wall Street Journal

Jorge Gomez, 25, was shot and killed by Las Vegas police during Monday night’s protests near the federal courthouse in downtown Las Vegas. Gomez was wearing body armor and armed with three weapons during the protests, and raised his weapon toward officers, LVMPD said according to News 3 Las Vegas

Not yet named: 29-year-old Chicago man was shot and killed in what was ruled a homicide and attributed to “outside agitators” during the riots, according to the Chicago Sun Times.

Not yet named: Unidentified male in his 20s was shot and killed by the owner of a gun store in Philadelphia while trying to loot his store.

Not yet named: Philadelphia man tried to blow up an ATM to loot it and was killed, according to a CBS Philadelphia affiliate

Not yet named: Detroit man was shot and killed during protests, and police are searching for a woman identified as a person of interest.

To collate this list, the Daily Caller searched public news reports of deaths that occurred following the eruption of violence during protests, which included shootings and looting that were linked to mass unrest.

 

Black lives matter?  What about these blacks?  they died because of the riot

Do there lives matter?  If they do.  why are they DEAD? 

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On 6/14/2020 at 7:05 PM, Rhale said:

The moderator who took off all my posts in this discussion without removing anyone else must believe in censorship!

dang dude,  on most forums.  that right there would get you a 30 vacation. not real cool 

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10 hours ago, chuck123wapati said:

Again just redirecting the conversation by cherry picking one sentence to avoid the real intent of the comment

Where I come from we don’t call it ‘cherry picking’ when someone says something totally false and you respond to it. Go back and read Frodo’s claim that I responded to and then tell me why you didn’t do so yourself if you care about facts.

We’re generating more heat than light here, surely. Just know there’s an awful lot more to the story than what’s being shown on Fox News.

7 hours ago, Frodo said:

dang dude,  on most forums.  that right there would get you a 30 vacation. not real cool 

Lol Frodo on that we agree. B)

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Just now, Retswerb said:

Where I come from we don’t call it ‘cherry picking’ when someone says something totally false and you respond to it. Go back and read Frodo’s claim that I responded to and then tell me why you didn’t do so yourself if you care about facts.

We’re generating more heat than light here, surely. Just know there’s an awful lot more to the story than what’s being shown on Fox News.

but the biggest difference is they didn't steal the tea they ruined the tea in fact went out and busted the crates with oars so no one could use it. They didn't break all the windows in all the shops and steal everything. they didn't burn the ships in harbor or ruin peoples businesses. They didn't go from town to town inciting people to steal and destroy their neighbors property. They weren't criminals or thugs. I know there is more to the story I found it in the fbi statistics and real sources of real data on violence in the US. Theres a lot more to the story on CNN also.

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On 6/14/2020 at 1:49 AM, Frodo said:

Was it because of the Black dog or because she drives like crap? 

Or maybe the dog, regardless of it's colour, was free to roam around the inside of the car.Possibly causing a dangerous condition by interfering with her ability to safely control the car?

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On 6/14/2020 at 7:05 PM, Rhale said:

The moderator who took off all my posts in this discussion without removing anyone else must believe in censorship!

I really don't want to wade into the wider discussion but I'm sure you're aware that this website is private property. You do not have an unlimited right of freedom of speech here, any more than you would if you were a guest in Joanna's house.

It's not censorship, you have the freedom to go somewhere else and express your opinion.

As others have mentioned this forum is moderated with a very light hand compared with many others, which is refreshing. Please don't ruin it for the rest of us.

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