dearnonacepeople:

#TweetLikeAStraightPerson is a gem

about roman art: a poem

communismkills:

luminousblitzens:

they had dicks on the wall

they had dicks on the floor 

they had dicks on the windows

they had dicks on the door

Accurate.

A message from cobra-23
You say all cops are bastards but the first thing you will do if you get robbed is call the cops.
A reply from waroncops

i don’t call the cops.

there’s nothing they can do for me that i can’t do for myself.

waroncops.tumblr.com

waroncops:

free-metis-army:

maxlibertarios:

Typical

There are alternatives to calling the cops.  For example you can file an notarized affidavit with any court that does the exact same thing as filing a police report.  Well it does everything except get the cops to investigate.  I might file a police report and an affidavit if a firearm or my truck was stolen.  These things usually have ways to prove they are mine built right into them.   But if someone stole my goddamn crescent wrench it’s almost impossible to prove which wrench is mine .  The cops wont put the effort into finding a $100 wrench that they would a registered firearm or automobile.  

No matter what is stolen the affidavit is probably more powerful in the event of a problem than the police report.  The police report doesn’t get filed into the public record until charges are laid with the court.  Police have been known to “forget” to do their job and it’s not a stretch to say the report never got transferred from the cop’s notebook to their recording system.  But when you file an affidavit it becomes public record.  For the courts or police to lose or improperly file an affidavit is a very serious problem as compared to losing or improperly handling a police report.  The police lose or refuse to file reports all the time.

The affidavit is more powerful for many reasons.  The most important is that the police rarely have the time to follow up on these things.  They need to fill their ticket and arrest quota.  Chasing down a wrench that can’t be effectively proven to be the one in question isn’t a priority.

Another benefit is that an affidavit keeps the injury private.  When you have a cop file a police report the injury is transferred to the government.  It’s now their injury and you willingly surrendered all of your rights to it.  For example did you ever notice that all charges laid in court have a monetary value attached to them?  The charges might be “petty theft of a wrench valued at $100” and the value of the charges could be set to $500. What’s that $500 about?  If the thief is convicted do you ever see the money?  Not if you called the cops. You surrendered that right when you brought the cops about it.  The crime went from a private injuryto a public one.  So not only will the thief be sentenced to way too much time in prison for theft but you don’t get your rightful compensation for the injury.  Now the judge gets your compensation added to his retirement fund or something.  Is it any wonder why Judges are so rich and that they get considerably richer as they move up the judicial ladder?

Another thing a police report does is subjects a petty thief to inhumane punishment.  Why should they go to prison over your stolen wrench when they could just pay you the $500 and return the wrench?  What benefit is there to society to subject another human being to those monsters in the “justice” system?  Don’t you really just want your wrench back and compensation for the time and money the theft caused you?  Is a wrench really worth all that inhumane treatment?  Geez man if I get my wrench back and compensation for having to go buy a new wrench in the mean time what more can I really ask for?  Is it worth risking the thief being brutalized in prison over?

The police, judges and lawyers all conspire to keep this from you.  Either they aren’t allowed to tell you or they hide it because they all aspire to move up in this scam.  So by safeguarding the scam for those higher on the ladder they are safeguarding their future as well.  If this information was more widely known the whole balance of power could shift.  These guys won’t give you the information that could render them obsolete.

thank you.

gallifreyanconsultingdetective:

dianeraeb:

siriuus:

do action movies know they can have more than one female character

Someone should make an action movie with all girls except for one guy and have no explanation or mention of it in the movie and then pay all of the actors to act surprised like they’d never noticed when they get the inevitable storm of questions. 

This one male must have a shower scene, be saved by the protagonist at least once, and fall in love with a lead female.

drankinwatahmelin:

White people remind me of those serial killers you see on TV that kill a bunch of people & keep an item of clothing or a piece of jewelry that belonged to the people they killed to wear for “fun”.

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life-of-a-latin-student:

Nobody can get enough of Odysseus puns.

I just finally watched the Anaconda video and ERDMAN CHAIRS

hotelceilings:

brookeeverdeen:

*slides $10 to the government* please cancel school

*puts it towards buying more military defense* *raises college tuition*

zebeau:

what if every piece of clothing you liked or reblogged suddenly appeared in your closet

exploding_closet.gif

missgingerninja:

do you think when fish get thrown back by fishermen, they swim around yelling about alien abductions and the other fish stop talking to them?

NOPE NOPE NOPE

punkmarauder:

12thdoctorr:

scarheadcanons:

ϟ 95) When Teddy was an infant, his hair turned color to match that of the person he wanted to hold him. This worked well when he wanted his godfather, which was often, but it became incredibly confusing when he sought a Weasley. There were many hasty rounds of pass-the-baby-because-dear-god-stop-the-crying.

What about when his hair turned pink and they could do nothing about it :’(

what have you done

allofyouguysarefuckingannoying:

mediocre-latinist:

allofyouguysarefuckingannoying:

mediocre-latinist:

allofyouguysarefuckingannoying:

mediocre-latinist:

allofyouguysarefuckingannoying:

mediocre-latinist:

allofyouguysarefuckingannoying:

golbatsforequality:

Sorry, I’ve been dealing with said broken system all week. (Queuing this on Wednesday.)

Is there any evidence providing truth to you claim?

You know what? Fuck off.
If you’ve never done a CSS Profile, maybe you’d like to know that one of the main documents for student aid is administered by a private company and you have to pay for it—yes, you’re charged a fee specifically for being poor—and then the Profile ask questions referring to the wrong lines on tax forms and in one place it asks for the names of your siblings’ schools but doesn’t give you enough characters to type in 98% of schools’ names, and other errors like that, and it seriously makes the IRS 1040 look like signing up for an email.  And you can get slammed with extra bills if you make a mistake like, well, actually referencing the line that the form erroneously told you to.  (The CSS Profile, unlike the FAFSA, is for school-given grants, not federal aid; if the FAFSA was that fucked up, you could potentially go to jail for “lying” on your form.)
So basically, fuck off.  You never have anything substantial to say, and honestly the only thing you ever accomplish is being 10x as annoying as you think sjws are.  Fuck the fuck off.

Woah, calm down. It was just a simple question.
I was never notified about CSS, I  only know about HESC, TAP, PEL, FAFSA, as well as a few others but not CSS. But you still didn’t answer my question. I mean if you’re going to say that the American financial system doesn’t work, at least bring up sources that say something along the lines of “FAFSA doesn’t provide enough money” or “fees are too damn high” or something.

Yeah, it was just a simple question.  On top of 50 other equally simple and pointless questions that you put on half the golbats I turn out, and frankly I am sick of your smarminess and I wish you would just fuck the fuck off.  You never have anything to say, yet somehow you keep tracking in words all over my posts.

Maybe you shouldn’t tag your posts if you wouldn’t want certain people leaving comments on them then?

I was talking about you specifically.  You’re already following golbatsforequality so it doesn’t matter how I tag stuff.

I’ve never followed that blog so I don’t know what you’re talking about lmao. You’re probably mistaking me for someone else.

Well, you aren’t now, but you certainly used to, back when my golbat blog had like 20 followers.  Stop lying.

I seriously have no idea what you’re talking about and who the fuck remembers the people that followed them?

I remember because I was checking on my side blog’s growth like a good mod and I saw your url, noted that it was unusually long, and moused over it and thought “Great, I have an anti-sjw following me already.  This one must really hate me.”  The blog was less than 2 weeks old at that point.  I started that blog at the end of last semester, so this was only about 3 months ago.

allofyouguysarefuckingannoying:

mediocre-latinist:

allofyouguysarefuckingannoying:

mediocre-latinist:

allofyouguysarefuckingannoying:

mediocre-latinist:

allofyouguysarefuckingannoying:

mediocre-latinist:

allofyouguysarefuckingannoying:

golbatsforequality:

Sorry, I’ve been dealing with said broken system all week. (Queuing this on Wednesday.)

Is there any evidence providing truth to you claim?

You know what? Fuck off.

If you’ve never done a CSS Profile, maybe you’d like to know that one of the main documents for student aid is administered by a private company and you have to pay for it—yes, you’re charged a fee specifically for being poor—and then the Profile ask questions referring to the wrong lines on tax forms and in one place it asks for the names of your siblings’ schools but doesn’t give you enough characters to type in 98% of schools’ names, and other errors like that, and it seriously makes the IRS 1040 look like signing up for an email.  And you can get slammed with extra bills if you make a mistake like, well, actually referencing the line that the form erroneously told you to.  (The CSS Profile, unlike the FAFSA, is for school-given grants, not federal aid; if the FAFSA was that fucked up, you could potentially go to jail for “lying” on your form.)

So basically, fuck off.  You never have anything substantial to say, and honestly the only thing you ever accomplish is being 10x as annoying as you think sjws are.  Fuck the fuck off.

Woah, calm down. It was just a simple question.

I was never notified about CSS, I  only know about HESC, TAP, PEL, FAFSA, as well as a few others but not CSS. But you still didn’t answer my question. I mean if you’re going to say that the American financial system doesn’t work, at least bring up sources that say something along the lines of “FAFSA doesn’t provide enough money” or “fees are too damn high” or something.

Yeah, it was just a simple question.  On top of 50 other equally simple and pointless questions that you put on half the golbats I turn out, and frankly I am sick of your smarminess and I wish you would just fuck the fuck off.  You never have anything to say, yet somehow you keep tracking in words all over my posts.

Maybe you shouldn’t tag your posts if you wouldn’t want certain people leaving comments on them then?

I was talking about you specifically.  You’re already following golbatsforequality so it doesn’t matter how I tag stuff.

I’ve never followed that blog so I don’t know what you’re talking about lmao. You’re probably mistaking me for someone else.

Well, you aren’t now, but you certainly used to, back when my golbat blog had like 20 followers.  Stop lying.

I seriously have no idea what you’re talking about and who the fuck remembers the people that followed them?

I remember because I was checking on my side blog’s growth like a good mod and I saw your url, noted that it was unusually long, and moused over it and thought “Great, I have an anti-sjw following me already.  This one must really hate me.”  The blog was less than 2 weeks old at that point.  I started that blog at the end of last semester, so this was only about 3 months ago.