More and more, it seems like accusations of racism in the Trayvon Martin case are actually a bizarre form of psychological projection. The accusers actively make up their own reality in order to make the shooting fit their worldview, even when it has been shown that race mattered very little, if at all, when the actual evidence is examined objectively.
But I’ve observed this often, even when it comes to things like politics or religion…the way of the world!
Shit like this pisses me off. The same people receiving MY tax money are out in the streets shouting “Down With America!”
The Obama administration has requested $2.4 billion for Pakistan, where we’ve already sunk $24 billion over the last decade. Our tax dollars go in, and nothing comes out. Not to mention their corrupt ass government was hiding Bin Laden in that same time frame!
I say f*ck em all, they’re lucky we don’t blow their shit up for harboring terrorists. Same reason the UN adopted the resolution for us to take Saddam out…keep it up, see what happens!
I'm very hyper, silly and outgoing and I've noticed that only guy who have ever dated me didn't know i was and it usually ends when they kinda figure out that how i am.I Don't want to change myself cause it makes me happy but at the same time I'm a little worried no one will like me for who i am. Guys tell me I'm pretty all the time but those who really know me are always just good friends. Just wanted your thoughts and opinion on my situation. Im 18 btw
Um, well I’m not Dr. Phil or a relationship expert lol. However, I would suggest letting it be known early on that you have that type of personality. That way you don’t have to worry about it ending when a guy realizes that, it’ll already be established.
“What was accelerating under the Bush administration was well established under Bill Clinton, and there was nothing new, odd or inexplicable about it. It’s so unfortunate that the Republicans are unable to grasp this fact and articulate it. I’m a regular ass nigga and I can explain why our economy is so f*cked up…”—
The 911 dispatcher told Zimmerman 3 times that he didn't need to be following Trayvon. It was his stupid decision not to listen..
That’s a lie. You need to go listen to the FULL 911 call. He told him one time and he did stop following him.
Maybe I should break it down like an episode of CSI for you.
You can hear him get out of his truck and run only for about 30 seconds, then he stopped and completed the call with the dispatcher. The shooting occurred 35 yards from where Zimmerman’s truck was parked, and 70 yards from the townhouse Trayvon was going to. It would only take a person around 30 seconds to jog that distance, less if he actually ran. (Avg. person walks 3-3.5 mph or 88-102 yards per hour)
So when Zimmerman first reported him running at 7:11:42 PM, he would have been there by 7:12:12PM. Way before Zimmerman could even finish giving police directions to the complex.
The 911 call from the witnesses came in around 7:15, you can hear the fight in the background taking place at the scene 35 yards from Zimmerman’s truck.
So…you and everybody else are trying to tell me that it took Trayvon more than 2 minutes to get down this courtyard and into his home?
I could get down there in a wheelchair faster than him…
I think you're right, but If he was acting in self-defense why didn't he just shot him in a limb or somewhere he could recover from. In the end a life was lost and that has to be acknowledged.
When you’re in a situation where someone is on top of and attacking you in the dark, your mind is not in a state to think about where to shoot, and that’s IF you can even get your weapon out of its holster. According to the law, deadly force is reasonable in a scenario like what occured. George Zimmerman had a duty to retreat, if able to do so, before using reasonable force.
The same would’ve applied to Trayvon Martin, if he was being pursued then he should’ve kept running. The evidence proves otherwise, that he came back and confronted Zimmerman which led to his own death. THAT needs to be acknowledged
what's your favorite dish to cook? what's one thing you dont know how to cook but really want to learn how to make? do you usually cook from scratch or by recipes/directions?
I don’t really have a favorite dish to cook, I enjoy cooking but I’d say easy meals are the best meals lol. There’s alot of things I don’t know how to cook, so many different cuisines & dishes in the world!
I rarely use recipes, I like to develop an intuitive sense of how ingredients work in dishes, so I don’t need measurements & whatnot. The only time I would really use recipes is if I worked in or had my own restaurant, because I’d want consistency.