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csyphrett

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    csyphrett reacted to Cygnia in Coronavirus   
    *kicks csyphrett in the groin*
    *gets red-carded*
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    csyphrett got a reaction from pinecone in [Police brutality] American injustice, yet again.   
    I listened to this again. He says kneel and then kicks. Not kneel, wait wait wait, Kick. kneel, kick.
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    csyphrett got a reaction from pinecone in [Police brutality] American injustice, yet again.   
    I didn't hear a command to kneel. I heard something like hands down, bend down, but maybe that was supposed to be get down, but officer number two turned a peaceful arrest into a fight in the parking lot. and then they try to take the girl's phone so she can't record it.
     
    And then it is given to the news
     
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    csyphrett got a reaction from mattingly in What Have You Watched Recently?   
    Watched Onward. Two brothers summon up their dad's legs and have to go on a quest to summon the rest of him.  The fight on the highway between the pixie bikers and the brothers was the best part
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    csyphrett reacted to Pariah in In other news...   
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    csyphrett got a reaction from Quackhell in Create a Villain Theme Team!   
    A master of the martial arts, and one of the trainees of the Yeng tao temple, the villainous Flowing Oxen uses his water style against any comers who think they can stand before the wave of his awesome chi
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    csyphrett got a reaction from Quackhell in Create a Hero Theme Team!   
    Cameron DeSalle has earned her license as a private investigator, solving crimes no one else can. She joined the team on the recommendation of her cousin,  Steve Charlton. She has learned some basic hand to hand from the Captain and Silent Monkey so she can defend herself. Her main function on the team is to get them to the villains before the villains know the Stars are coming. Her masked identity, Seeker, is street clothes and mask.
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    csyphrett reacted to death tribble in Create a Hero Theme Team!   
    Silent Monkey
     
    The new martial artist for the team is Silent Monkey. His style is Monkey but he also knows Drunken Monkey. He is oft referred to as a ninja as he does tend to sneak up and surprise opponents and he does not speak. He can understand English, French, Spanish, Japanese and Chinese (Mandarin and others). He tends to sign to the others.and indicate to police etc that he does not/cannot speak.
    He appears to be Chinese but does not confirm one way or the other. 
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    csyphrett reacted to Quackhell in Create a Hero Theme Team!   
    Prospero
     
    Gabriel Longstreet studied with Red Eye alongside Dirk Gentle/Cumulative and also mastered the art of weather magic. Over time he also discovered how to summon spirits and sprites for assistance and information. Upon hearing about the reformation of the Shooting Stars he thought it only right he fill in the same role as his friend had on the original team.
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    csyphrett got a reaction from Matt the Bruins in [Police brutality] American injustice, yet again.   
    The fact that DHS/BCP shot a guy on the other side of the street because he was using a bullhorn does not fill me with confidence that they know what they are talking about as far as anarchists (violent or otherwise), how protests work, what it means to be fulfil their oath to the constitution, or just knowing what is just and true and doing it instead of being howler monkeys
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    csyphrett got a reaction from Quackhell in Create a Villain Theme Team!   
    Click Bait uses people's computers to create mental traps. The trigger is usually some kind of spam like Lose Weight or Else, or Buy a Girlfriend. Once trapped, the victim has to find the win condition to get free, or be helped by a mentalist
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    csyphrett reacted to Michael Hopcroft in [Police brutality] American injustice, yet again.   
    Most of the property damage is confined to downtown, particularly that section of it where the city, county, and federal offices live. Life during the day seems to be going on in a state of close to normality -- many of the businesses and restaurants are closed, but many f those would have been closed anyway because of the pandemic. Yes, a lot of statuary has come down, but much of that should have been torn down anyway once it became clear what it represented (though many wonder what crime "The Elk" committed...) Most of the rest is just broken windows and graffiti. There hasn't been much looting to spesk of, and only occasional arson (with suspicion in those few cases of whether there's a "false flag" going on -- it is well-known that officers are capable of infiltrating the protests to cause escalation).
     
    After the sun goes down, the protests begin. Whether there is violence will usually depend on who decides to escalate the situation and to what level. There is a clear dividing line in the minds of most people on the ground between the enemy and themselves. And you could accurately say that the more things are escalated the more the federal presence appears justified -- so many times they are doing the escalating themselves, as was the case when they gassed the mayor last night.
     
    Now I'm not an objective source, but at the moment I can't think of any source that would be objective. Right now only one thing is in the middle of the road -- and that's roadkill.
     
     
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    csyphrett got a reaction from Grailknight in [Police brutality] American injustice, yet again.   
    It cost me four hundred dollars for a full set of tires. It takes ten years to get your money back from the government plus the expense of a lawyer, and sometimes you don't even get the full amount of the money back. If I see anybody slashing my tires, I will be violent and lawless.
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    csyphrett reacted to pinecone in [Police brutality] American injustice, yet again.   
    Why is the onus on the people, rather than their servants?
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    csyphrett got a reaction from pinecone in [Police brutality] American injustice, yet again.   
    I would feel so bad about this if the police in other locales hadn't been caught slashing people's tires, on top of  the Seattle PD being told to stop using tear gas and using it anyway.
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    csyphrett got a reaction from pinecone in [Police brutality] American injustice, yet again.   
    The fact that DHS/BCP shot a guy on the other side of the street because he was using a bullhorn does not fill me with confidence that they know what they are talking about as far as anarchists (violent or otherwise), how protests work, what it means to be fulfil their oath to the constitution, or just knowing what is just and true and doing it instead of being howler monkeys
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    csyphrett got a reaction from Ragitsu in [Police brutality] American injustice, yet again.   
    I would feel so bad about this if the police in other locales hadn't been caught slashing people's tires, on top of  the Seattle PD being told to stop using tear gas and using it anyway.
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    csyphrett got a reaction from Twilight in [Police brutality] American injustice, yet again.   
    I would feel so bad about this if the police in other locales hadn't been caught slashing people's tires, on top of  the Seattle PD being told to stop using tear gas and using it anyway.
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    csyphrett got a reaction from Cygnia in [Police brutality] American injustice, yet again.   
    I would feel so bad about this if the police in other locales hadn't been caught slashing people's tires, on top of  the Seattle PD being told to stop using tear gas and using it anyway.
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    csyphrett reacted to Pattern Ghost in [Police brutality] American injustice, yet again.   
    You could. People have shot police serving no knock warrants on the wrong house and walked without being charged, for just those reasons.
     
    On the other hand, you're not likely to be able to put up much useful resistance in the moment, so a lawsuit after the fact might be the more prudent course of action. (Assuming the intent isn't to permanently disappear you, of course. Or even semi-permanently.)
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    csyphrett got a reaction from Cancer in July 2020 Superdraft: Pick A Color!   
    I have on option left and I need a title. I am going to pick Jay Garrick as my last option and as the Scarlet Witch's dad. I am going to title it Parent Daughter Day
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    csyphrett got a reaction from Quackhell in Create a Villain Theme Team!   
    Marconi controls the radio. Sonic attacks, broadcasting, eavesdropping, and transportation are all on the plate. His power does require a radio to be present to use his powers.
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    csyphrett got a reaction from Old Man in July 2020 Superdraft: Pick A Color!   
    Obviously the villain with so many WW2 heroes has to be the Red Skull
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    csyphrett got a reaction from Pariah in July 2020 Superdraft: Pick A Color!   
    Obviously the villain with so many WW2 heroes has to be the Red Skull
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    csyphrett got a reaction from Old Man in July 2020 Superdraft: Pick A Color!   
    I am going to pick Norbert Sykes as my next protagonist
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