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Re: Things I cannot comprehend

Post by class316 » July 17th, 2014, 1:06 am

WOODMO wrote:Holy shit dude, you actually just made a 100% correct and accurate sports post,
:jawdrop:

Shock aside, this also highlights another reason I could never be a sports fan. Besides the fact that I find watching football or baseball really boring, even if I did find it entertaining the concept of being a fan of team insignia just doesn't resonate with me and makes me go :haeh2:
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Re: Things I cannot comprehend

Post by WOODMO » July 17th, 2014, 1:09 am

class316 wrote:
WOODMO wrote:Holy shit dude, you actually just made a 100% correct and accurate sports post,
:jawdrop:

Shock aside, this also highlights another reason I could never be a sports fan. Besides the fact that I find watching football or baseball really boring, even if I did find it entertaining the concept of being a fan of team insignia just doesn't resonate with me and makes me go :haeh2:
I actually think :scowl: agrees with your views on team fandom. I vaguely remember him telling me a similar view years ago. It makes sense honestly.

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Re: Things I cannot comprehend

Post by Greg2600 » July 17th, 2014, 11:10 am

cmshowstopper wrote:I never understood why someone becomes a fan of a team based on where they live? I despise the Eagles MORE because of where I live.
For one, they play locally, so should you attend the games, that's going to be who you're watching. There was a time for decades, in the NYC-metro area, that it was literally impossible to buy a ticket to the NY Giants football games. That pushed many fans onto the NY Jets. Others became Cowboys, 49ers, Steelers, etc. fans, because they saw them on TV. Keep in mind that the NFL had idiotic black out rules back then, which kept the Giants and Jets off local TV, forcing fans to watch other teams. This happened all over the country.

Secondly, most people are fans of teams because their parents (usually father) were. So if your dad is watching the Yankees, well, you're watching them too.
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Re: Things I cannot comprehend

Post by class316 » July 20th, 2014, 10:48 pm

I cannot comprehend why anyone who gets arrested willingly participates in police interrogation. You are under no legal obligation to do so and it does nothing to help you.
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Re: Things I cannot comprehend

Post by crowbar » July 21st, 2014, 12:55 pm

class316 wrote:I cannot comprehend why anyone who gets arrested willingly participates in police interrogation. You are under no legal obligation to do so and it does nothing to help you.
What if you're innocent, dummy?

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Re: Things I cannot comprehend

Post by class316 » July 21st, 2014, 1:11 pm

crowbar wrote:What if you're innocent, dummy?
Let's face it, if it got to the point where you got arrested and/or taken to the police station, odds are you're not actually innocent. So all you're doing is just giving the police more ammo against you.

I've seen/read about stories where the police actually had NOTHING on the person but tricked them out of admitting it via interrogation. And for that interrogation to happen the person had to talk to the police out of their own free will. My reaction to those is this face :facepalm2:

One story the guy had murdered a girl when he was 16. He completely got away with it and went on to become an engineer of some kind. Ten years later out of the blue a disabled police officer just decided to pay him a visit, interrogated him at his work place, and got the confession out of him. All this guy had to do was tell the officer "I don't have to speak to you, goodbye". Wow what idiots some people are.

Another example (though not as good as the above one) is combo hunter Josh Greenberg. He admitted to the police what he was doing. WHY admit? Sure they have you on video trying to peak or videotape or whatever he was doing. But WHY admit and make it harder for your lawyer when you go to court? All he had to do was tell the cops he won't talk without a lawyer.

While I have yet to be arrested, if the police knocked on my door saying they want to take me to the station to have a word with me, my first question would be "do you have a warrant" and if they asked to come in my home I'd say "no, we can talk right here"

There are times you have to cooperate with police, there are times you do not. No need to cooperate when you don't have to.

For instance, about 2-3 years ago (Joresky is a witness to that) I was at a spot close to where Obama was attending and secret service wanted to search my car. I refused and did not budge no matter how much they tried to talk me into it.
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Re: Things I cannot comprehend

Post by crowbar » July 21st, 2014, 1:21 pm

By the way, you just gave two examples where the person was not innocent.

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Re: Things I cannot comprehend

Post by class316 » July 21st, 2014, 1:29 pm

crowbar wrote:By the way, you just gave two examples where the person was not innocent.
Right. That was my whole point. Why cooperate and give the police more ammo against you? I cannot comprehend it.
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Re: Things I cannot comprehend

Post by WOODMO » July 21st, 2014, 3:27 pm

Because the guilty feel they appear more innocent if they have nothing to hide, and freely speak with authorities. They also feel they're smart enough to do so without self incrimination. The human mind is egotistical, the criminal mind even more than most.

Even if innocent, speaking freely shouldn't be a slam dunk. For example, what if you live alone and spent the night alone watching TV, yet you're suspected of a crime? Where is your proof you were actually home? You could end up saying the wrong thing, or getting mixed up on an innocent detail that all of a sudden makes you appear dishonest. If I am questioned on anything, I would likely consult an attorney before speaking. If I witness a crime, I likely say nothing, I don't necessarily like most law enforcement nor do I try to interject where I do not belong :lol:

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Re: Things I cannot comprehend

Post by class316 » July 21st, 2014, 3:44 pm

WOODMO wrote:Because the guilty feel they appear more innocent if they have nothing to hide, and freely speak with authorities. They also feel they're smart enough to do so without self incrimination. The human mind is egotistical, the criminal mind even more than most.
I would also think that people believe if they cooperate it helps their case in court, which is totally incorrect.

Shortly after the incident I asked Josh why he actually admitted to the police his response was "I was under pressure"
Even if innocent, speaking freely shouldn't be a slam dunk. For example, what if you live alone and spent the night alone watching TV, yet you're suspected of a crime? Where is your proof you were actually home? You could end up saying the wrong thing, or getting mixed up on an innocent detail that all of a sudden makes you appear dishonest. If I am questioned on anything, I would likely consult an attorney before speaking.
True. Hence why I would always ask for a warrent first and if they do take me in I'd still refuse to speak without an attorney.
If I witness a crime, I likely say nothing, I don't necessarily like most law enforcement nor do I try to interject where I do not belong :lol:
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I think this would be a good discussion. Would you play witness to a crime? For instance if I saw Matt get a blowjob from a 15 year old I'd want to report it to the police because I hate him. If it were someone I didn't know I wouldn't care. If I saw a random person doing drugs I wouldn't care. But if I saw a random person kill a random dog I'd want to report him.
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Re: Things I cannot comprehend

Post by WOODMO » July 21st, 2014, 3:51 pm

It depends on the crime. Do I know the victim? If so, I am far more likely to speak up. If its a gang crime, do I want them on my case for doing the right thing? Nope.

Definitely a good thread to make Class, go for it.

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Re: Things I cannot comprehend

Post by class316 » November 16th, 2014, 7:53 pm

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Re: Things I cannot comprehend

Post by mrira » November 16th, 2014, 8:03 pm

I think I threw up in my mouth a bit.

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Re: Things I cannot comprehend

Post by WOODMO » November 16th, 2014, 9:55 pm

class316 wrote:I cannot comprehend why guys keep trying to have sex on me on craigslist when the ad CLEARLY indicates I'm looking for a female :angry14:
I've experienced the same on various sites. I've had men offer to buy my used underwear, in addition to the types of messages you posted. I don't get it either, but maybe more guys accept privately and it pays off for them? I suppose we'll never know if there is a method to their madness.

In any case though, the ease of finding fairly attractive women ready to meet up and have sex without going dating makes these kind of messages a tolerable evil. I still prefer meeting women in person, but it's nice to line up sex without leaving your couch sometimes :lol:

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Re: Things I cannot comprehend

Post by class316 » November 16th, 2014, 10:12 pm

WOODMO wrote:In any case though, the ease of finding fairly attractive women ready to meet up and have sex without going dating makes these kind of messages a tolerable evil. I still prefer meeting women in person, but it's nice to line up sex without leaving your couch sometimes :lol:
Plus the Internet is free, as opposed to a bar where there's a possibility of spending money on a drink and not getting sex. I actually compare this to paying money to Froggys and not getting the photo op. Online you don't get it you don't lose cash.
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