America’s failed foreign policy summarized in 2 pictures.
Handy criminal lawyer business card: Remember to “Object loudly so bystanders can hear”.
I want two of these, so I can ‘accidentally’ hand one over along with my licence and registration.
A baby tiger being taken care of and washed up.
Reminds me of the government. Sometimes it’s very soft and pleasant, and sometimes it murders you in the most gruesome way you could possibly imagine. The difference between the two being how big you let it grow.
There are also other rooms in my house that retain no people while I am in my house and I also could clean out a closet, or a garage for a homeless person.
While at school or work, a homeless person could occupy your room, sort of like in the navy, where you share a bunk, with a deck mate who works the opposite shift. You sleep in the bunk then when you have work or school they take over and sleep.
Heck your front room could house at least 2 homeless when your not home.
They most likely don’t own a car, and while you are not using it, you should share that as well. They could drive you to school or work, and then use it while you are busy.
Your whole wardrobe is not being used all at the same time, so allowing the homeless to use those too while you are not using them should be okay as well.
srirachaeverything is not going to do that, because profits are more important than housing the homeless.
This YouTube video sparked a yearlong investigation. A disciplinary review board recommended a 32-hour or 4-day suspension. But Chief Daniel Garcia thought the punishment should be more severe and gave Larrison a 40-hour or 5-day suspension. Typically that’s the maximum number of days you can suspend an officer.
So a 4 day punishment is adequate? And the asshole fights a 5 day punishment? They’re both unreasonable! That asshole needs to be fired. What he did could’ve given that girl brain damage.
Look, the cop assaulted her and he did it under the colors of his badge. He should be served with the same assault charges that the general public is charged with.
If I did that I’d be looking at a concrete bed for the next 10 years.
Doesn’t it stand to reason that a cop should be held to a higher standard of justice than an ordinary guy like me? Not lower?