That brings up an interesting point. Do kid-kennels (daycare or whatever) require proof of vaccination to enroll?
You are right, it's really not fair to compare filthy little disease carrying animals to dogs.
I agree. I can't take my dog to a kennel without proof of vaccination. Are our dogs in kennels more important to protect than our children in schools?
Maybe you could help us out by showing us where we can find predictions from past IPCC reports.
Evidence that that police heard you on an illegal wiretap saying that you wanted to buy a kilo of cocaine is not exculpatory if you happen to later commit a traffic violation while transporting said kilo of cocaine and the police develop independent probable cause justifying a search of your vehicle.
It might be exculpatory if you said you wanted to buy a kilo of cocaine and the police found a kilo of heroin, though.
The prosecution is required to hand over all the evidence they intend to use at trial, and any potentially exculpatory evidence. Not "all the evidence they gathered."
Most importantly, though, we don't hold his past against him because his offense was something like "Intent of Sexual Assault," which is something that any cheating or otherwise regretful whore could have fabricated after leading a man on while in a drunken stupor before her boyfriend found out and gave her an ultimatum.
You don't have to justify your non-hate of a convicted sex-offender by downplaying their guilt. It's perfectly acceptable to say that he committed a crime, and has changed his life, and is now a law-abiding citizen. He is still paying part of his debt to society by being a registered sex offender for some period of time.
Instead of believing that a criminal is capable of change, you instead choose to believe that this particular person was never a criminal in the first place. I'm curious why that is? Is it easier to work next to someone believing they're not actually a registered sex offender?
So, do me a favor when you return to work: Consider the fact that he may actually be guilty of this crime. That he may have actually done something wrong, and attempted to take advantage of some woman sexually, and that is capable of doing so. Are you still as comfortable working next to him?
but the bicyclist or pedestrian that doesn't hear the car coming, Might dart out In front or turn in front of the vehicle more quickly than it can respond. Something they wouldn't have done if they knew a car was there.
Cairo was very similar when we visited in late 2010. For added excitement, not only do the drivers there honk nonstop, they also drive with their headlights off at night.
Exactly. Thank you for making the point.
A lot of firearm enthusiasts will insist that it would be impossible to keep a class of firearms out of criminals' hands when we have evidence that we have already successfully done so. We have legislated an entire class of firearms into irrelevance.
Is it hard to imagine we couldn't do the same to another class of weapons? I'm sure machine guns weren't nearly as prevalent as other classes of firearms but let's not pretend that the regulation of machine guns hasn't been effective at keeping them out of the hands of criminals.
Wow, you do know what you said was racist, right?
Not to mention the logical problems of saying something like "if we just remove all the southern states, the US is actually pretty liberal!" or "if you take out all the inner city schools, our scores are on par with the rest of the world!"
You missed the GGP which happened to be mine. If you were wanting to walk into an elementary school with the intent of shooting as many children as possible, a weapon like the Thompson submachine gun or an HK MP5 or an Uzi or any number of FULLY AUTOMATIC firearms would be an ideal weapon. The reason those mass shootings are done with AR15s and other semi-automatic firearms is because the FULLY AUTOMATIC ones are not available. They are difficult for people to get their hands on because we the people decided to heavily control their availability.
Fully automatic. Think Tommy gun.
The reason so few crimes are committed with them is because we have regulated them out of common use. It is very difficult to buy one.
How many crimes were perpetrated with fully automatic machine guns? How many school killings were committed with one? How many people in the USA died at the wrong end of a fully automatic assault rifle?
Clearly, having a full auto rifle would help the sick person achieve his goals more efficiently.
I'll tell you why there are so few deaths from fully automatic assault rifles: gun control works.
If my employees can receive a check for not working that is higher than what I am willing to pay them to work (or, probably even lower than, because who would work a full time job if you're only going to make a few bucks more than if you didn't work), what is my incentive to maintain my business at all?
Rather than pay my employees more so I can stay in business, but make less money myself, I too could simply not work and make a decent wage.
Your logic is horribly flawed.