@cable_extreme: I'm not going to discuss this with you anymore. Instead I'm going to ask you this. Why do you think the officers should get off easy, and how glad are you that they killed that man?
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@cable_extreme: The discussion shouldn't even be as long-winded as it has become.
It is in NYPD policy, and has been in NYPD policy for two decades. NEVER is an officer allowed to use chokeholds. End of discussion.
Police officers love to abuse their power, and they NYPD is among the worst in the country. The man was not the aggressor in the video, yet, as you often see in these kinds of videos, there were numerous officers on him AFTER he had been subdued. This is part of the high school jock mentality that one of the posters mentioned before. And I don't understand your support for such blatant disregard for human safety as these officers displayed. Nothing the man was doing was dangerous or posed an immediate threat to the offices, and he was not armed.
Part of an officer's duty is to assess a situation and find the right way to stabilize it. That means they are not to be the aggressors of violence, but the ones putting an end to it, non of which you saw in that video, if you are watching the same video as everyone else.
End of discussion.
It doesn't matter what Flash we want, we're going to get Barry.
But if you want my answer, it's Barry.
When I was in middle school, that Sonic comic was all the rage for me and my then girlfriend. We used to swap comics and everything too.
Ah. The good old days. I'm glad that it's still going on. I wonder if Knack the Weasel is still running around, causing trouble.
@movieartman: I mean it does no favors for the argument against those who say that Superhero costumes are just "lines drawn over a nude body" or whatever. It's like all of those Green Lantern costume, but with less design and imagery.
I'm only talking about the process of drawing WG here. Not particularly the design.
Meh, it's a bit on the lazy side, if you ask me. By no means a good costume, but not the worst I've seen.
At the final boss in Grandia. Can't beat it because it comes immediately after another boss fight, and I probably don't have enough supplies to last until I kill it. So I just googled the ending. I beat the game. I'm not going to spend hours grinding so I can beat it. I know the patterns and all that crud. I beat the game.
I'm playing Etrian Odyssey 4. At the Heavenbringer (best name ever!!!!). Same situation, but I am willing to do the grinding.
I just this morning got one of the four endings of Phantasy Star III: Generations of Doom. Alright game. Pales in comparison to the other 3 games in the original Phantasy Star series. Might not get the other 3 endings.
Man, imagine if that game came out for the PS2...
The one game I absolutely one hundred and seventeen percent beat is Spyro: Year of the Dragon.And I maintain my opinion that it is one of the best games ever made.