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    hah. Fair enough.

    hah. Fair enough.
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    Jim, I must ask (100 percent sincere) ... how do...

    Jim, I must ask (100 percent sincere) ... how do you reconcile your religious views and your celebration of the holiday?
  3. Why do people feel like Sony should put the movie...

    Why do people feel like Sony should put the movie out for free? Releasing it online seems like the worst possible idea.
  4. According to the President and the FBI, there is...

    According to the President and the FBI, there is not a credible threat to U.S. movie theaters, FWIW.
  5. Releasing it online would actually make the...

    Releasing it online would actually make the viewing public more vulnerable, since it's a hacking issue in the first place. My question is, what exactly are people afraid of by viewing it in a...
  6. Every shred of evidences says their is not...

    Every shred of evidences says their is not credible threat against theaters for showing this film. What would the cyberterrorists do as an attack? Steal everyone's debit card info? Shut down the...
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    I presume the new battery solved your problems?...

    I presume the new battery solved your problems? My guess is the old one didn't have enough strength to do more than attempt to turn over the engine.
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    Buy one of these guys for future reference ... it...

    Buy one of these guys for future reference ... it can charge the battery and also tells you the percentage of charge the battery is retaining. That's a great price for this model. They make a lesser...
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    "Literally impossible" ... someone needs a...

    "Literally impossible" ... someone needs a dictionary for Christmas :D
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    CHF - I read the opinion piece. My takeaway was...

    CHF - I read the opinion piece. My takeaway was the piece had so much bias it was tough to get behind. I know, it's an opinion-based blog. Clearly the writer had a motive.

    The writer started off...
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    Even the non-violent protesters don't make sense...

    Even the non-violent protesters don't make sense to me ... what are they protesting? The notion of the protest itself suggests they believe someone (Brown? his family? society?) was wronged by the...
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    I get that, and I don't necessarily disagree, but...

    I get that, and I don't necessarily disagree, but I'm saying what's your point in pointing out the obvious? People have revolted against authority when they felt wronged since the beginning of time....
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    I don't think anyone is questioning that these...

    I don't think anyone is questioning that these people feel justified in their actions. That still doesn't mean their actions were/are warranted, right or wrong. So I'm not sure what you're trying to...
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    So I don't misconstrue your intentions, what was...

    So I don't misconstrue your intentions, what was your reasoning for posting the story about British rioting over a similar situation? To prove that all cultures riot when they feel pushed to the...
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    I'd hardly say that's the case. People all too...

    I'd hardly say that's the case. People all too often make connections between the wrongs of others to a current situation ... it happens in politics all of the time. "Obama did this." ... "Bush did...
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    Why is there so often this need to rationalize...

    Why is there so often this need to rationalize social wrongs with a comparison to another social wrong?
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    And?

    And?
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    http://www.nytimes.com/2014/11/26/us/ferguson-gran...

    http://www.nytimes.com/2014/11/26/us/ferguson-grand-jury-weighed-mass-of-evidence-much-of-it-conflicting.html?_r=0


    Is that just like if you have a bias against the evidence you'll be prone to...
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    I wonder if his dash cam caught any of it. The...

    I wonder if his dash cam caught any of it. The interior conversations are recorded, so there should be audio of his internal struggle and beating, no?
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    From what I can tell, it sounds like he went...

    From what I can tell, it sounds like he went above and beyond to inform the grand jury with as much evidence as possible so they could make an educated decision.
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    A couple of stories based on the grand jury...

    A couple of stories based on the grand jury hearings, if anyone cares to read.

    While the process was different, was wasn't necessarily flawed


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    Thanks. I'll check it out.

    Thanks. I'll check it out.
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    Sorry, that wasn't directed at you ... people in...

    Sorry, that wasn't directed at you ... people in general.
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    People act like cops love to shoot people....

    People act like cops love to shoot people. Overwhelmingly, it is a burden these people carry throughout their lives. It's not a badge of honor. That seems to get lost on John Q. Public far too often.
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    Regarding those numbers, 1 indictment in 81 or 82...

    Regarding those numbers, 1 indictment in 81 or 82 shootings ... could it possibly be that trained professionals did their jobs correctly in life or death situations 99 percent of the time?
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