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Posted 30 June 2013 - 09:51 AM

QUOTE (A loaded rifle @ Sunday, Jun 30 2013, 01:44)
QUOTE (Nipperkins @ Sunday, Jun 30 2013, 09:39)
Yes, rights for the rich white guys. Just like it is now.

Right there, that's what just crossed the line.

Are you f*cking kidding me? We have a BLACK president who supports the New World Order, hates the United States of America, and gives himself $600,000 raises! This is not a race issue, you better handle your state of mind right now, because it couldn't be farther from the truth. The enemy is not the white man, or the black man, or the purple man, but the men who sit at the top and strip you of your rights. It just goes to show how immature that way of thinking is, and you have the mainstream media to thank for that.

Who said a black man in the Illuminati?
Last time I checked, that was the biggest racist party.

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Posted 30 June 2013 - 09:59 AM

QUOTE (A loaded rifle @ Sunday, Jun 30 2013, 09:44)
QUOTE (Nipperkins @ Sunday, Jun 30 2013, 09:39)
Yes, rights for the rich white guys. Just like it is now.

Right there, that's what just crossed the line.

Are you f*cking kidding me? We have a BLACK president who supports the New World Order, hates the United States of America, and gives himself $600,000 raises! This is not a race issue, you better handle your state of mind right now, because it couldn't be farther from the truth. The enemy is not the white man, or the black man, or the purple man, but the men who sit at the top and strip you of your rights. It just goes to show how immature that way of thinking is, and you have the mainstream media to thank for that.

The whole US federal government is merely wall street and banker puppets. And guess what? Almost all of them are white.

But yes, we have a half black,privileged man. Let's forget the black poverty rate, or how more black men go to prison than college, or how the war on drugs indiscriminately targets blacks. No, who cares. The president is half black!

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Posted 30 June 2013 - 10:01 AM

Do realize the fact in the years following the release of welfare, the numbers of black families without fathers rose to 70%? Now remind me again how the government cares about the black community.

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Posted 30 June 2013 - 10:04 AM Edited by Nipperkins, 30 June 2013 - 10:07 AM.

QUOTE (A loaded rifle @ Sunday, Jun 30 2013, 10:01)
Do realize the fact in the years following the release of welfare, the numbers of black families without fathers rose to 70%? Now remind me again how the government cares about the black community.

That was my point. That it doesn't.

I don't even know how you came to that conclusion.

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Posted 30 June 2013 - 10:15 AM

Just f*cking wow...These idiots make us Texans look bad. God, we all say things we don't mean playing games online! And he said jk. Just so f*cking stupid.



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Posted 30 June 2013 - 10:29 AM

QUOTE (Nipperkins @ Sunday, Jun 30 2013, 20:59)
QUOTE (A loaded rifle @ Sunday, Jun 30 2013, 09:44)
QUOTE (Nipperkins @ Sunday, Jun 30 2013, 09:39)
Yes, rights for the rich white guys. Just like it is now.

Right there, that's what just crossed the line.

Are you f*cking kidding me? We have a BLACK president who supports the New World Order, hates the United States of America, and gives himself $600,000 raises! This is not a race issue, you better handle your state of mind right now, because it couldn't be farther from the truth. The enemy is not the white man, or the black man, or the purple man, but the men who sit at the top and strip you of your rights. It just goes to show how immature that way of thinking is, and you have the mainstream media to thank for that.

The whole US federal government is merely wall street and banker puppets. And guess what? Almost all of them are white.

I bet they aren't gangsta though. They're the ones who are really missing out.

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Posted 30 June 2013 - 10:34 AM Edited by Nipperkins, 30 June 2013 - 10:53 AM.

QUOTE (finn4life @ Sunday, Jun 30 2013, 10:29)
QUOTE (Nipperkins @ Sunday, Jun 30 2013, 20:59)
QUOTE (A loaded rifle @ Sunday, Jun 30 2013, 09:44)
QUOTE (Nipperkins @ Sunday, Jun 30 2013, 09:39)
Yes, rights for the rich white guys. Just like it is now.

Right there, that's what just crossed the line.

Are you f*cking kidding me? We have a BLACK president who supports the New World Order, hates the United States of America, and gives himself $600,000 raises! This is not a race issue, you better handle your state of mind right now, because it couldn't be farther from the truth. The enemy is not the white man, or the black man, or the purple man, but the men who sit at the top and strip you of your rights. It just goes to show how immature that way of thinking is, and you have the mainstream media to thank for that.

The whole US federal government is merely wall street and banker puppets. And guess what? Almost all of them are white.

I bet they aren't gangsta though. They're the ones who are really missing out.

They'll never feel the thrill of cruising down the hood in their 6-4, jockin' the bitches, slappin' the hoes.

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Posted 30 June 2013 - 11:07 AM

That confirms it...Bin Laden has won.

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Posted 30 June 2013 - 11:20 AM

QUOTE (Adam_ @ Sunday, Jun 30 2013, 03:03)
America: Land of the free

Repeat after me:

We are free.

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Posted 30 June 2013 - 11:32 AM

Call me crazy or whatever you want, but he should have been arrested, the law can't take any chances with comments like this and can't make exceptions because "he's only a kid." As for whether he should be convicted, no, he shouldn't be. If they really investigate this and find that there was no real plan to attack a school, they should let him go

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Posted 30 June 2013 - 11:34 AM

QUOTE (A loaded rifle @ Sunday, Jun 30 2013, 20:01)
Do realize the fact in the years following the release of welfare, the numbers of black families without fathers rose to 70%? Now remind me again how the government cares about the black community.

Heh? Single parent households became more common in the US during the 1970s, and the programs most commonly called "welfare" came about during the Great Depression.

Perhaps you should stop letting the right tube feed you misinformation. You also need to work on your historical perspective; the idea that America was founded by messianic figures based on the belief that laissez fair capitalism and firearm rights are the ideological foundation for a perfect society is completely farcical.

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Posted 30 June 2013 - 11:36 AM

QUOTE (GTAfiveFAN @ Sunday, Jun 30 2013, 22:32)
Call me crazy or whatever you want, but he should have been arrested, the law can't take any chances with comments like this and can't make exceptions because "he's only a kid." As for whether he should be convicted, no, he shouldn't be. If they really investigate this and find that there was no real plan to attack a school, they should let him go

First arrest is over the top in my opinion, but they didn't need him imprisoned for already 3 months now, question the kid, search his house and be done with. This is ridiculously stupid, it's exactly the same as saying to someone in person as a joke "Ergghh! I'm gonna kill you! Gimme back the PS controller!"
Nobody ever got arrested for that, especially if they said "justkidding" afterwards.

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Posted 30 June 2013 - 11:56 AM

QUOTE (GTAfiveFAN @ Sunday, Jun 30 2013, 06:32)
Call me crazy or whatever you want, but he should have been arrested, the law can't take any chances with comments like this and can't make exceptions because "he's only a kid." As for whether he should be convicted, no, he shouldn't be. If they really investigate this and find that there was no real plan to attack a school, they should let him go

So it's okay to arrest someone for an act that wasn't even committed? Sticks and stones man.

In that case, arrest me for acts of terroristic threats and the countless times I've said, 'I'll f*cking kill you and your f*cking dog'.

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Posted 30 June 2013 - 11:57 AM

QUOTE (finn4life @ Sunday, Jun 30 2013, 11:36)
QUOTE (GTAfiveFAN @ Sunday, Jun 30 2013, 22:32)
Call me crazy or whatever you want, but he should have been arrested, the law can't take any chances with comments like this and can't make exceptions because "he's only a kid." As for whether he should be convicted, no, he shouldn't be. If they really investigate this and find that there was no real plan to attack a school, they should let him go

First arrest is over the top in my opinion, but they didn't need him imprisoned for already 3 months now, question the kid, search his house and be done with. This is ridiculously stupid, it's exactly the same as saying to someone in person as a joke "Ergghh! I'm gonna kill you! Gimme back the PS controller!"
Nobody ever got arrested for that, especially if they said "justkidding" afterwards.

But the fact that he said it in a public venue is what makes it bad. People can discuss bombs at an airport at their houses as a joke and no one will do anything because they won't hear them. This person brought his joke out in the public and it is a rather serious issue, so if he expected anything else other than being reported, he should have thought again. However, I do think that three months is a little too much, an investigation like this should not take that long.

OT I accidentally reported your post trying to reply to it, so essentially I had to rewrite what I said biggrin.gif . Sorry to you and to the mods haha

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Posted 30 June 2013 - 12:13 PM Edited by lol232, 30 June 2013 - 12:20 PM.

QUOTE (Adam_ @ Sunday, Jun 30 2013, 04:03)
America: Land of the free

This.

I mean, it's absolutely f*cking retarded what people do,
I mean 48 hours would be more than enough, but this is just f*cking ridiculous.

I've seen many retards on other video gaming servers say much crazier sh*t, and do they get arrested? No.

I hope they release that guy, personally, I'd like to have the link of that petition because I'd like to sign it.

EDIT:
QUOTE (Ziggy455 @ Sunday, Jun 30 2013, 12:20)
QUOTE (Adam_ @ Sunday, Jun 30 2013, 03:03)
America: Land of the free

Repeat after me:

We are free.

We are free.

EDIT 2:
Oh, here's the link!
http://www.change.or...stic-threat-law


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Posted 30 June 2013 - 12:19 PM

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That confirms it...Bin Laden has won.

Pretty much. It doesn't matter how many terrorists they kill and how hard they fight this war on terror, Americans live in the state of constant fear for over a decade now, and they're willing to give away all of their freedoms to feel just a little bit safer. The terrorists have won.

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Posted 30 June 2013 - 12:30 PM

QUOTE (GTAvanja @ Sunday, Jun 30 2013, 12:19)
QUOTE (JOSEPH X @ Sunday, Jun 30 2013, 12:07)
That confirms it...Bin Laden has won.

Pretty much. It doesn't matter how many terrorists they kill and how hard they fight this war on terror, Americans live in the state of constant fear for over a decade now, and they're willing to give away all of their freedoms to feel just a little bit safer. The terrorists have won.

Oh come on, this is not a violation of the first amendment, people have been arrested countless times before this for making threats like this. At any point when human life is potentially at risk, the police should look into it, just like they have done in the past. Freedom of speech does not include threatening the lives of people, especially multiple people like in this case. Arrests similar to this have been and will continue to get people jail time until the threat is analyzed. Saying "the terrorists have won" is ridiculous considering this stuff has been going on for a while

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Posted 30 June 2013 - 02:36 PM

The person who reported him to the police is a soccermom.

If I saw that person in real life with an indication that she was the one who reported him, I would find the nearest sharp object and viciously lunge it into all of her limbs. I am dead serious.

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Posted 30 June 2013 - 02:50 PM

QUOTE (GTAfiveFAN @ Sunday, Jun 30 2013, 13:30)
QUOTE (GTAvanja @ Sunday, Jun 30 2013, 12:19)
QUOTE (JOSEPH X @ Sunday, Jun 30 2013, 12:07)
That confirms it...Bin Laden has won.

Pretty much. It doesn't matter how many terrorists they kill and how hard they fight this war on terror, Americans live in the state of constant fear for over a decade now, and they're willing to give away all of their freedoms to feel just a little bit safer. The terrorists have won.

Oh come on, this is not a violation of the first amendment, people have been arrested countless times before this for making threats like this. At any point when human life is potentially at risk, the police should look into it, just like they have done in the past. Freedom of speech does not include threatening the lives of people, especially multiple people like in this case. Arrests similar to this have been and will continue to get people jail time until the threat is analyzed. Saying "the terrorists have won" is ridiculous considering this stuff has been going on for a while

Yeah, sure. Arrest the guy. But conduct an investigation and if you can't find any evidence that he was planning something then release him. The guy's been in prison for 3 months!

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Posted 30 June 2013 - 02:57 PM

QUOTE (GTAvanja @ Sunday, Jun 30 2013, 14:50)
QUOTE (GTAfiveFAN @ Sunday, Jun 30 2013, 13:30)
QUOTE (GTAvanja @ Sunday, Jun 30 2013, 12:19)
QUOTE (JOSEPH X @ Sunday, Jun 30 2013, 12:07)
That confirms it...Bin Laden has won.

Pretty much. It doesn't matter how many terrorists they kill and how hard they fight this war on terror, Americans live in the state of constant fear for over a decade now, and they're willing to give away all of their freedoms to feel just a little bit safer. The terrorists have won.

Oh come on, this is not a violation of the first amendment, people have been arrested countless times before this for making threats like this. At any point when human life is potentially at risk, the police should look into it, just like they have done in the past. Freedom of speech does not include threatening the lives of people, especially multiple people like in this case. Arrests similar to this have been and will continue to get people jail time until the threat is analyzed. Saying "the terrorists have won" is ridiculous considering this stuff has been going on for a while

Yeah, sure. Arrest the guy. But conduct an investigation and if you can't find any evidence that he was planning something then release him. The guy's been in prison for 3 months!

Yea, 3 months is more than enough time to conduct an investigation on that scale, it's pathetic that he's still in jail

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Posted 30 June 2013 - 03:40 PM

Only 8 years? He should be in for longer. Since he's from Texas, that alone should get him another 8 on top of it.

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Posted 30 June 2013 - 04:07 PM

QUOTE (Ben73 @ Sunday, Jun 30 2013, 07:11)
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This is why I never want to go to Texas. I know it's not right to stereotype a certain state for their behavior but the laws there are just way different. If any state was ever to succeed, I'd easily see Texas as one of the most likely to truely attempt it.

Everything is bigger in Texas.... including the stupidity.

Texas is possibly the best state in the entire union. If you had actually been there you would see that. Great economy+no state income tax+very low cost of living=epic in my book. The people there also decent as well. They are just conservative. And that doesn't make them at all stupid just because they aren't socialist pussies.

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Posted 30 June 2013 - 04:10 PM

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This is why I never want to go to Texas. I know it's not right to stereotype a certain state for their behavior but the laws there are just way different. If any state was ever to succeed, I'd easily see Texas as one of the most likely to truely attempt it.

Everything is bigger in Texas.... including the stupidity.

Texas is possibly the best state in the entire union. If you had actually been there you would see that. Great economy+no state income tax+very low cost of living=epic in my book. The people there also decent as well. They are just conservative. And that doesn't make them at all stupid just because they aren't socialist pussies.

From a person whose been there and lived there I disagree. It is cheap I mean the houses are big and cheap but Texas isn't all that The people are not all that decent, at least in Southern Texas, and having been to other states it's kind of bland.

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Posted 30 June 2013 - 04:15 PM

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This is why I never want to go to Texas. I know it's not right to stereotype a certain state for their behavior but the laws there are just way different. If any state was ever to succeed, I'd easily see Texas as one of the most likely to truely attempt it.

Everything is bigger in Texas.... including the stupidity.

Texas is possibly the best state in the entire union. If you had actually been there you would see that. Great economy+no state income tax+very low cost of living=epic in my book. The people there also decent as well. They are just conservative. And that doesn't make them at all stupid just because they aren't socialist pussies.

From a person whose been there and lived there I disagree. It is cheap I mean the houses are big and cheap but Texas isn't all that The people are not all that decent, at least in Southern Texas, and having been to other states it's kind of bland.

I really only care about economics when I evaluate state and put a little bit of thought into social environment but not much. So that's just my point of view I guess. But everyone I know from Texas and everyone I have met there are pretty decent people so i just go off that. I've only visited though and never lived there.

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Posted 30 June 2013 - 04:37 PM

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Another reason to move to Cape Town, South Africa when i graduate. suicidal.gif

Why run away? Fight for the republic, stand your ground. Don't let the establishment win.

I'm not gonna fight for something I don't give two sh*ts about. dozingoff.gif

Well you don't sound to grateful of the fact that thousands died for your independence. Stop being apathetic and do something, how can you not care about your civil liberties? That's preposterous, it's like saying you don't care about oxygen.

So what you're saying is that thousands of people died for his independence.... and that he shouldn't let the establishment they created win...

I agree with you guys but you're making it really difficult.

They didn't create the establishment we are fighting today. They created a republic, not a socialist state claimed to be a democracy. The US governments been this way for 60+ years.

The same socialist state which gave you social security, medicare, and banking regulations. The horror.

I hate to break it to you, but I don't want Social Security, Medicare, and banking regulations. How about the federal government stays out of the citizen's business? The government dosen't give me anything, I do, and if they apply these things by force **cough cough obama care, it's not being given to me, it's being assigned to me.

@MrMordecai You realize that it has only reached to this point because people like you, are afraid to fight the tyrannical hands of the federal government because you fear for yourself. Do you think Paul Revere, or George Washington, or Thomas Jefferson cared about what happened to them? No, as long as they fought for the freedom of the future generations, they would fight.

Oh wow I'm not the only one smile.gif I wish that at the very least the FED should let the people opt out of social security/Medicare. I get $26 a week taken out of my paycheck for these two programs and that is money I will most likely never see in my life. Plus I would rather just have the money in my own pocket for personal savings and investments. I would rather handle my own retirement savings than having some out if touch Washington beaurecratic handle it for me. I'm still saving for retirement on my own but it would be nice to just have the money I'm paying into SS to save and invest as well.

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Posted 01 July 2013 - 04:48 AM

According to this, he has been in prison since March. This really is beyond ridiculous. Wow..

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Posted 01 July 2013 - 05:35 AM

QUOTE (DarrinPA @ Saturday, Jun 29 2013, 22:26)
This is why I never want to go to Texas. I know it's not right to stereotype a certain state for their behavior but the laws there are just way different. If any state was ever to succeed, I'd easily see Texas as one of the most likely to truely attempt it.

As a native Texan, I can reassure that you don't know what you're talking about. This is beyond foolish. In a state more populated than most countries (over 26 million people), he digs up some extreme case of a hick District Attorney's stupidity and you deem the whole state a lost. Sounds like more senseless stereotyping. You can dig up stupid arrests like these in virtually every state on a weekly basis if you wanted.

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Posted 01 July 2013 - 06:39 AM

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This is why I never want to go to Texas. I know it's not right to stereotype a certain state for their behavior but the laws there are just way different. If any state was ever to succeed, I'd easily see Texas as one of the most likely to truely attempt it.

Everything is bigger in Texas.... including the stupidity.

Texas is possibly the best state in the entire union. If you had actually been there you would see that. Great economy+no state income tax+very low cost of living=epic in my book. The people there also decent as well. They are just conservative. And that doesn't make them at all stupid just because they aren't socialist pussies.

From a person whose been there and lived there I disagree. It is cheap I mean the houses are big and cheap but Texas isn't all that The people are not all that decent, at least in Southern Texas, and having been to other states it's kind of bland.

I really only care about economics when I evaluate state and put a little bit of thought into social environment but not much. So that's just my point of view I guess. But everyone I know from Texas and everyone I have met there are pretty decent people so i just go off that. I've only visited though and never lived there.

Economics is important, but it's not the first thing on my checklist, my job is universal. Plus, this is a topic about the government possibly overstepping their boundries, not about finances. I don't have a problem with the people in the state, it's more about the government.

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They are just conservative. And that doesn't make them at all stupid just because they aren't socialist pussies.

First of all, I'm not sure if that is a remark directed towards me personally considering that you have tried labeling me as that in the past, but don't start if it is. This isn't a left verses right argument.

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he digs up some extreme case of a hick District Attorney's stupidity and you deem the whole state a lost

But as a state, Texas has the highest rate of convicted people who have been executed that later have been basically found innocent. Although no judge bothers to hear evidence once the executions have been "finalized". Don't get me wrong, it's NOT the people. No matter what state you go to there are nice people, and jerks, I can accept that. That's not my concern, it's simply about the government. I come from a state that also had a lot of problems with their death penalty, maybe even the most problems, but luckily a moratorium was put in place until it was finally abolished.

But let's get back on topic....
I didn't see anything mentioned about bail. Was he not offered it due to it being labelled a terrorist threat or something?

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Posted 01 July 2013 - 07:03 AM

Their death penalty policy is ridiculous. But for the most part, I remember Texas as one of the few states with a government that stays the hell out of my life 99% of the time. That was originally supposed to be one of the best parts about America.


As for the young man being jailed since March, that's pretty ridiculous too. But I don't see anything indicating that he has or ever will be sentenced to 8 years in prison on such baseless charges. I understand it's besides the fact that he has been in jail for months. He unfairly got jammed up and jailed while awaiting trial because he couldn't make bail in Texas. It sounds like he just got a taste of what it would be like if he were black in any American state while dealing with corrections and law enforcement. This sort of thing (silly arrests and jail time) happens to Americans in every state every day.

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Posted 01 July 2013 - 08:40 AM

Someone help me! The stupid, it burns!




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