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This is my American dream, personally 4 comments
lucky11 · 19 hours ago
It's to let cats through.
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A statue of lucifer at the devils hole in jersey 3 comments
lucky11 · 19 hours ago
It's a natural crater along the north coast of Jersey, the largest of the Channel Islands between England and France.
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One Long Night: A Global History of Concentration Camps 43 comments
lucky11 · 19 hours ago
I know this is a little off wall but New York City once did something in a similar nature. Under a previous mayor they went full bar on all crimes. If it was a crime they punished the perpetrators no matter how small the crime. By doing so they had a drop in all crime throughout the city. This is the exact opposite of what certain elected officials are doing now. They claim that they don't want people to be unjustly punished for little things thus ruining their chances in life. However it flies in the face of human psychology. By our nature we push at our boundaries. Letting people get away with little crimes just emboldens them to do more or worse crimes.
One Long Night: A Global History of Concentration Camps 43 comments
lucky11 · 1 day ago
In a press conference they explained the people in question were part of a mob of people that attacked federal officers. The officers did not want to try and wade through a whole mob so they waited and followed until they could approach them without a ton of people around. Two uniformed federal officers then approached them announced who they were and proceeded to arrest them. The van was called in to move them but because of an approaching mob they wanted to get everyone out as quickly as possible to keep everyone safe. This is where the unmarked van rapidly pulled up and quickly drove off. For the record unmarked vehicles are used by every law enforcement agency and have been used for decades.
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Dang dude 3 comments
lucky11 · 1 day ago
The whole story: youtube . com/watch?v=NTQT7AsyHog
Evil genius! 2 comments
lucky11 · 1 day ago
Nothing like stealing things that aren't yours.
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Barbie 2020, basically 7 comments
lucky11 · 1 day ago
It's an indirect quote from Monty Python and The Holy Grail "Supreme executive power derives from a mandate from the masses, not from some farcical aquatic ceremony."
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For the Internetz 2 comments
lucky11 · 3 days ago
Yeah, I'm in this photo and I don't like it.
And that’s just the thing about mushrooms ???? 6 comments
lucky11 · 4 days ago
Good to know.
The old weird US 10 comments
lucky11 · 5 days ago
I know this hasn't been covered in the last year or so but you do realize the Soccer was coined by the British. They called it soccer to differentiate it from other football sports. Then the Americans picked it up since it was an easy way to describe the sport. Then the Brits didn't like that the Americans were calling it the same thing they were and went back to calling it just football.
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Abashed icy tarry Lyrebird 9 comments
lucky11 · 5 days ago
Welcome to the world of mens hygiene products.
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Tis the season to be proactive 1 comments
lucky11 · 1 week ago
I realize you're a bot and don't understand things like temperature, but it's be 94 F (34.4 C) degrees out with 58%-78% humidity, 90+ before 10am. Even if we had such thing as a heater we certainly wouldn't be testing it now.
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These dog treats were baked in a car to show the dangers of hot cars to doggos 1 comments
lucky11 · 1 week ago
I don't think many dogs are going to take any warnings to heart if you feed them snacks.
Verizon extorts firefighters 4 comments
lucky11 · 1 week ago
This is why I think they should all be banned from using the word unlimited. If at any time there is a limit it's not unlimited. If it was truly unlimited by definition I should be able to use 100 terabytes of data at max speed. Now I get this is impractical and would be extremely cost prohibitive. It would also require a complete overhaul of the infrastructure to ensure every customer in the entire network coverage area receives the max level at all times. So I'd be cool with using terms like "hardly limited" or "near unlimited". I just don't think they should be able to play these type of games.
It's that time again 4 comments
lucky11 · 1 week ago
I thought the bots were like 3-4 months behind. Now they're ahead? I wonder if this is a bot post of a bot post.
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US marine returning a flag to a fallen Japanese soldier’s family. This is the only 2 comments
lucky11 · 1 week ago
More on the story reuters . com/article/us-ww2-anniversary-japan-usa-veteran-idUSKCN1AW0R2
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US marine returning a flag to a fallen Japanese soldier’s family. This is the only 2 comments
lucky11 · 1 week ago
"US marine returning a flag to a fallen Japanese soldier’s family. This is the only thing the family got that belonged to the soldier."
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Excuse me while I mail my ballot in 58 comments
lucky11 · 1 week ago
The main difference between cops and military is origin of the members and where they work. Factions don't tend form when you're members are constantly changing. In the US military you're only allowed to remain at a post for 3 years then you get relocated. This happens to everyone all up the chain of command. This is specifically to prevent factions forming. You may get pockets of soldiers, especially in the special forces, that may be assigned to a unit together a few times but we're talking about very small numbers. Speaking as a former soldier any attempt by any president to remain in office through military action would be doomed to failure.
My son mixed up the brakes today 4 comments
lucky11 · 1 week ago
Ran into the same problem myself the first time I got to use a bike with breaks on the handle bars.
Excuse me while I mail my ballot in 58 comments
lucky11 · 1 week ago
He would require the US military to back him up 100%. Not going to happen. Regardless of what side of the aisle they're on they're still made up of citizens with family from all over the country. So besides the fact that that situation would provide ample ground to legally refuse an order, there is just no way they'd be willing to march on their own people.
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Our group Halloween costume this year 2 comments
lucky11 · 2 weeks ago
While I can appreciate a good costume I have to down vote bot posts on principle.
It's a fair question 35 comments
lucky11 · 2 weeks ago
I know there are many many other issues plaguing our school systems but when the people making the decisions have very little experience in having to work under those decisions you get a crappy system.
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It's a fair question 35 comments
lucky11 · 2 weeks ago
There really is way too much top down decision making for every little thing. And it's rare for those decision makers to have even been in a classroom within the last 10-20 years if ever. I'd be fine if they made it a requirement that you have to have been an active full time teacher within the last 5 years in order to hold an office at the school board and had a minimum of 10 years cumulative teaching experience.
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It's a fair question 35 comments
lucky11 · 2 weeks ago
And seriously, how much money does the school board need to run the school board? It should be a pittance compared to whats given to the schools but it's generally not. The school board when I was in high school lost $100,000. Didn't know where it went or who spent it. Just straight up lost it. No one was fired for that mishap.
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It's a fair question 35 comments
lucky11 · 2 weeks ago
Need new math books? Sorry you'll just have to use the old ones because some nitwit decided the school computer lab needs to have x amount even though it was just updated in the last year. Can't let you use this money for the fine arts departments because the cafeteria might need new seats and tables if some get broken. Every teacher gets just x amount of money to purchase supplies even though P.E. department already has all the equipment it needs but the Science department doesn't have enough to purchase lab materials and student aids like tissues, pencils, workbooks.
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