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Gunshots reported at MIT

Discussion in 'The Okie Corral' started by Gonetodarkside, Apr 18, 2013.

  1. You mean on the fact that of all those unarmed Boston residents who would have liked to have had an EBR stashed in the closet this week??
     
  2. Twitter sure proved its worth too
     

  3. czsmithGT

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    Yes he wrote that on his Russian vk.com social media page.
     
  4. smokeross

    smokeross GTDS Member #49

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    That speech will be tomorrow, about 12 hours from right now.
     
  5. DAIadvisor

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    I am sure there would be more than enough people there to "thank" this ass clown for all the nice things Chechens done in Russia.
     
  6. d1991

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    what isn't my friend? what's easier to believe that there is this many crazies within a 6 MONTHS span doing crazy **** or that the governments involved?
     
  7. SouthpawG26

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    Having watched some interviews and statements by various relatives of the brothers, I just can't get over the astoundingly high Borat factor....:upeyes:
     
  8. RussP

    RussP Super Moderator Moderator

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    Amen...I'm sure they will...at least a few hours before back to business as usual. You know how that goes. :cool:
     
  9. airmotive

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    Dat right thar is funny. I don't care who y'are.
     
  10. professorpinki

    professorpinki Bumbling idjit

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    How about we just do things the legal way as the Constitution says we should?

    We can get plenty of information without using coercion or threats of violence.
     
  11. Wolfdad

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    I don't see this happening, but after we get all the information we can, why not turn him over to the Chinese for the death of the young Chinese graduate student. Justice will be quick and his stay there, until exacution, will make Supermax seem like a holiday. The only stipulation would be to broadcast his exacution around the world.
     
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  12. raven11

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  13. Kevinr20

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    Do you work for CNN by any chance?

    Sent from my DROID RAZR
     
  14. professorpinki

    professorpinki Bumbling idjit

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    No, I don't. Apparently because I believe in true American exceptionalism, though, I must be some undesirable element attempting to subvert the masses with a liberal agenda, which is the implicit statement you're making.

    John McCain, having been tortured for years, and many intelligence professionals have advocated for years that waterboarding, stress positioning, etc. are all, if not torture, ineffective at gaining information. If they worked, and particularly if they worked against the current enemy (i.e. insurgents and terrorists), those techniques would still be applied today. But as it stands, stress positions, sleep deprivation, sensory deprivation, waterboarding, and all of those things are not only thrown by the wayside, but they're in fact illegal. And, as it stands, the U.S. government cannot threaten to send detainees to any countries that are known for practicing torture, to include those techniques.

    But we're above that... and if we weren't, we wouldn't have the Bill of Rights, to include the Second Amendment... and, chances are, we wouldn't be arguing about stupid crap like this on the internet, 'cause it never would have been invented in the straight-jacket, blinders-on society determined by the government.
     
  15. China may indeed request extradition. Don't know her family background, but if she's studying in the U.S., her family has to be politically connected, or at least wealthy. So even though the bombers' target was not intended/against China's interests, money and political connections count for a lot in China.