Another way to say it, yes.
That I can't even tell the difference between 720P and 1080P. Once you get into the high colour and high resolution systems, the eye starts to lose the ability to see any flaws at all. Maybe there is a difference for uses other than recorded video. however.
How could it possibly be anything else?
> The majority of cops are good or try to do good.
No. On average, they're more violent, more criminal and more likely to act on these things.
> They fail because they won't say anything when they do see something wrong being done by other cops.
So they do not even try to do good. This alone would do a tremendous amount of good to society and the reputation of the police.
The blue shield is a very real and very dangerous thing.
> its citizens who the cops are primarily in charge of protecting
If you have watched the news at all over the last few years, you will hear police and their leadership repeatedly say that they are not in the business of protecting the public. They are there to enforce laws. Period.
Seriously. Even a casual search should yield lots of results.
> Their commanders? If cops can't trust other cops, why should the public trust cops?
Cops know cops. Therefore, they really don't trust each other.
>Government is in a special category of accountability because it has a monopoly on the use of violence in our society.
All of this.
>I was completely onboard with your comment until this last line. Grouping all law enforcement and then dragging them through the dirt like you did is disgraceful.
>Please kindly fuck right the fuck off, and don't call 911 next time you or your property are in jeopardy...
Except that it's become largely true. You can find many, many examples of it. Most recently, cops firing into a minivan after the officer immediately started escalating a routine traffic stop and made a family fear for its life enough to try and get away from the police. There is no doubt that the woman in the minivan was in the wrong, but the police responded with violence, anger and deadly force on an unarmed woman and her children.
Until this kind of thing is no longer the norm - much less, stops - then a big segment of the public is going to see the police as thugs. And they're right.
Sorry to say, but this is more or less factual.
Cold Fusion is one of the buggiest, most insecure of all the web code development platforms, in a world riddled with buggy, insecure web platforms.
It wasn't Csaba. It was Brock Yates. I know him and Jr. personally, and the "patient" was Brock's wife Pamela.
> The most transparent administration ever.
What?! Uh... no.
Only if the cost remains free or very low.
I wonder if this has anything to do with the criminality being exposed in the U.S. government...
This. Or NolaPro. Or KmyMoney. Or Gmoney. Or others.
Wait... what was the question again?