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  1. Zugzwang
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    21 Feb '21 11:58
    @shavixmir said
    Music has colours???
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Synesthesia

    "Synesthesia or synaesthesia is a perceptual phenomenon in which stimulation of
    one sensory or cognitive pathway leads to involuntary experiences in a second
    sensory or cognitive pathway.[3][4][5][6] People who report a lifelong history of
    such experiences are known as synesthetes. Awareness of synesthetic perceptions
    varies from person to person.[7] In one common form of synesthesia, known as
    grapheme–color synesthesia or color–graphemic synesthesia, letters or numbers
    are perceived as inherently colored."
  2. Dublin
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    21 Feb '21 12:04
    @duchess64 said
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Synesthesia

    "Synesthesia or synaesthesia is a perceptual phenomenon in which stimulation of
    one sensory or cognitive pathway leads to involuntary experiences in a second
    sensory or cognitive pathway.[3][4][5][6] People who report a lifelong history of
    such experiences are known as synesthetes. Awareness of synesthetic perceptions
    var ...[text shortened]... nesthesia or color–graphemic synesthesia, letters or numbers
    are perceived as inherently colored."
    That's a very deep a analysis.
    I wouldn't have gone that deep but it is interesting. 😄
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    22 Feb '21 15:09
    @duchess64 said
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Synesthesia

    "Synesthesia or synaesthesia is a perceptual phenomenon in which stimulation of
    one sensory or cognitive pathway leads to involuntary experiences in a second
    sensory or cognitive pathway.[3][4][5][6] People who report a lifelong history of
    such experiences are known as synesthetes. Awareness of synesthetic perceptions
    var ...[text shortened]... nesthesia or color–graphemic synesthesia, letters or numbers
    are perceived as inherently colored."
    LOL
  4. Subscriberjoe shmo
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    22 Feb '21 15:34
    @no1marauder said
    When will "these cops" realize they are not above the law and stop using excessive and deadly force unnecessarily in such situations?
    Just out of curiosity, are they supposed to enforce laws on the books or not? Is jaywalking something someone can be cited for in California? They can't issue a ticket to someone unwilling to cooperate with receiving said citation, so what is the proper course of action? Do field officers officially have the authority to choose which laws are to be enforced in the state of California depending on the mood of the suspect? If its a bull crap law, get rid of it.
  5. Subscriberkevcvs57
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    22 Feb '21 23:08
    @joe-shmo said
    Just out of curiosity, are they supposed to enforce laws on the books or not? Is jaywalking something someone can be cited for in California? They can't issue a ticket to someone unwilling to cooperate with receiving said citation, so what is the proper course of action? Do field officers officially have the authority to choose which laws are to be enforced in the state of California depending on the mood of the suspect? If its a bull crap law, get rid of it.
    Maybe they should keep the law in principle but with a caveat that if enforcing said law means shooting someone at point blank range probably don’t bother.
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    22 Feb '21 23:151 edit
    @kevcvs57

    Agreed.

    The one cop said "don't make case law" but the other cop wanted to be a hard ass.

    2 sides to the coin though...

    Cops need to reign back the power trip and people need to stop resisting cops just for the sake of resisting them.

    It's a cultural problem.

    That bum was just going to get a ticket that he obviously wasn't going to pay and the courts wouldn't care.
    Acting up and resisting is retarded.

    "What seems to be the problem officer?"

    It's not that hard.
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    22 Feb '21 23:33
    @kevcvs57 said
    Maybe they should keep the law in principle but with a caveat that if enforcing said law means shooting someone at point blank range probably don’t bother.
    that is not what happened...you lie too much
  8. Subscriberno1marauder
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    23 Feb '21 00:47
    @joe-shmo said
    Just out of curiosity, are they supposed to enforce laws on the books or not? Is jaywalking something someone can be cited for in California? They can't issue a ticket to someone unwilling to cooperate with receiving said citation, so what is the proper course of action? Do field officers officially have the authority to choose which laws are to be enforced in the state of California depending on the mood of the suspect? If its a bull crap law, get rid of it.
    What does that rant have to do with my post? The objection wasn't to cops "enforcing the law" but to them not obeying it. Here's the California law defining when deadly force may be used and it seems obvious the cops didn't follow it. https://post.ca.gov/Use-of-Force-Standards
  9. Subscriberkevcvs57
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    23 Feb '21 13:041 edit
    @mott-the-hoople said
    that is not what happened...you lie too much
    No your lying again I tell the truth to the best of my ability all the time whilst you lie to the best of your ability. Fortunately for the truth your best is nothing like good enough.
    I watched the video I know what I saw.
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