For decades, Republicans and Democrats have been voting to gradually erode "other peoples' freedoms". Freedoms that "nobody really needs", minor yet reasonable restrictions for the greater good, compromise lauded as a virtue as we're asked to give up just a little more,
That is the sound of inevitability, the only logical outcome given the inputs to the system. It's too late to unspill the milk. That anyone is surprised utterly stuns me. The writing on the wall was written by our own hands.
Finally, a challenge against the corrupt 2 party system.
A few points - The videographer commented that he thought he heard 22 fire (I understand 22LR isn't uncommon on pigeon hunts). A falling 22 calibre 40 grain bullet can maim someone. There were people in front and behind him (along the road) who he accused of shooting at the drone, so the line of fire probably wasn't safe.
Again, In the video, a human finger is pretty clearly pointing at the prop damage, and that doesn't grok.
I posted this to YouTube, trying not to be provocative, but the post vanished.
Clearly, the fact that folks were shooting up into the air is damn reckless. The fact that they were trying to willfully destroy your property is flat out illegal.
My issue is with the footage at 02:15. It appears that you're trying to indicate the prop damage is what took the drone down. The likelihood of two hits on that single tiny prop area is highly improbable. Moreover, I've seen drone crashes and the prop damage is more consistent with a crash into the brush.
Help me out here. I've watched this a dozen times and I'm trying to believe you. What did I miss? Did the impossible happen?
Or at least Higgins tells me so.
With ideas like that, no wonder our Republican and Democrat caregivers marginalize him as a crackpot. Ron Paul is clinging to antiquated values.
Erosion of freedom is what's hip and now. All his peers seem to know the dance. Ten steps back, nine steps forward, raise your hands and do it again.
Suppose you root through people's trash and search for financial information. As long as you promise not to use it to single anyone out, its not malevolent. Anyone who doesn't like it can "opt-out" by keeping the trash in their house.
Life would be so much easier if we could just look at the source code. -- Dave Olson