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  1. I just hit Episode 80, which is just after Thordak.
  2. Source: Polygon It's no longer Ironic that EA is basically acting like one of those Evil Corporations you see in video games.
  3. I'm always up for the pick'ems. Are you interested in running it this year?
  4. Please note: I'm not arguing anything about the cop. I was merely showing that these laws vary widely state by state, and say very different things about what you are legally required to do, and when/how you are exempt from those laws. Florida only cares about sexual Assault. California only cares if you're a Minor. Minnesota/Wisconsin says anyone/any danger.
  5. Yes. Which is why calling emergency services is one of the first, generally risk free things things you can, and should do. It is is one of the easiest and most basic ways in which you can assist these days. Hell, they might even instruct you on what, and what not to do. These laws exist, to criminalize people who walk/drive away from a clearly deadly incident, putting lives at risk. Calling 911, is literally the least you can and should do with this law. The good Samaritan laws, exist to protect you, for not administering CPR or first Aid (because you're not trained), or if the incident would put your life in danger. (Downed electrical lines, fast moving river, cars on fire, moving machinery, etc) It doesn't really protect you from not calling 911... even gang violence is something you can call in, if you move a block or two away.
  6. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Duty_to_rescue Laws vary state by state... by quite a bit. I'm still trying to convince my "mother-almost-in-law" to put her god damn seat belt on in my car, because it's illegal in my state not to have one on. (Luckily they ticket the offender, not the driver!) Though, I'm also tempted to just slam the brakes one day to prove the point. Here's my state's law on the matter. California seems to only care if the person looks like a minor. Should be noted, that Minnesota has all 6 seasons. So when you see a car in the ditch, that looks pretty beat up, it's pretty damned important in the winter to notify the authorities, and potentially help the driver & passengers because during certain weather events, you can get frost bite in under 5 minutes, and potentially die when exposed to the elements in under an hour. California you get Heatstroke, Dehydration, and Sun Burn.
  7. Thanks. Are you aware of any site that has compiled a list (with sources) of what each state is actually doing in plain-English as well as the exact wording used in legalese? Side Note: Apparently Legalese isn't actually slang.
  8. In this regard, we have a Ban on Machine Guns. Assault Weapons and Rifles are still legal. If we replace Abortions with Guns. Conservatives want to ban all Guns. (All Abortions) While Liberals want to keep only Machine guns Illegal in most cases. (Only non-medically required Late Term abortions are illegal.) As an aside. Did your fact check site mention anything about states that would punish people for getting abortions in other states?
  9. I didn't say it took a lot of time, Just that I had to scroll several pages worth of material down just to see actual posts from the guy and not retweets.
  10. It does when the legal language uses the word scientific word Fetus, when science states it's an embryo. If they had referred to it as a less scientific word like baby, it leaves itself with less room for attack on technicalities. It's like a Liberal calling an AR-15 a Machine Gun. No. Just No.
  11. I had to scroll quite far on his twitter page before it became indisputable that he is Muslim. The newest stuff was just regular old newsie stuff for his neck of the woods. Once I got past the news stuff and things he actually tweeted, yea he is.
  12. Know your facebook acount? I can download and copy anything on your account. I can steal your photo pretty easily. Viewing a cloud, and viewing the pictures requires the ability to download (copy). Viewing any photo on your computer downloads a copy of said photo. That's just how computers & the internet work. If you view the cloud no differently that photo hosting sites like photobucket, there is no way to offer read only access without the ability to copy/download a file, while still letting people view the contents with implied consent to view, but not distribute. Describing what you see cannot be restricted. Obviously. In your camera scenario, how do I know you have one? Granted, today we have cell phones which all have cameras, but the principle is the same. Unless you disclose to me that you have a camera, how can i then say don't take photos of these pictures? Would not a reasonable person assume, in their home, that a person isn't actively hiding a camera on their person at all times to then disseminate the private affairs that are happening within those walls? Now if you pull out your phone or DSLR camera and I don't say anything about taking photos the photo album, you might have more of a point. Many of those websites/groups have within their own rules & regulations that basically state that anything posted here is to remain private and not distributed/copied. That any and all photos are the property of the owner who posted them. Something along those lines. But yes, if you post a risque picture on your facebook wall, that's not going to help you any. But Clouds are tricky when it comes to sharing and viewing data. All I'm getting at is that laws need to get updated, and people need to get educated on what their rights & responsibilities are.
  13. Is he? All I know is he's reporter in Africa. I can't find anything about his actual religion. The best way I can put it is this. The Fulani https://www.britannica.com/topic/Fulani Predominately Muslim, and obviously not all are Muslim. Have been Quarreling with the Christian farmers for a pretty long time. It's less a Religion vs Religion as Culture vs Culture, or Lifestyle vs Lifestyle issue. To put it into another perspective, The Wild West Cowboys vs Farmer/Ranchers. Cowboy: "We've been herding our cattle here for 70 years!" Farmer: "I bought this land fair and square, this land is for my cattle!" It's a tale as old as time. One of the articles on a site like I posted, literally claimed that X Christian farmers were killed by Fulani Herders, when the Farmers actually did the killing of the herders. They also neglect to mention that both sides are tit-for-tat killing each other, and act like only the Herders are doing the killings. The BBC article at least mentions both sides killing each other. I'm sure we aren't getting the full story either. But there's only so much we can gain from Like that.
  14. https://www.livescience.com/44899-stages-of-pregnancy.html 6 weeks it's still an Embryo. It doesn't become a Fetus until 8 weeks, Hence the laws not being based on Science or Facts but emotion and religion. There is definitely confusion and misinformation (on both sides) going around. There's also a significant amount of anti-choice laws being enacted in various states with different penalties for different people with different levels of severity, which can get pretty hard to keep straight which state does what, and then you combine it with misinformation on both sides and that leads to a "what the hell is happening? What's even true anymore?" But as I said.
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