We need more accountability for cops. A cop has the potential to do a lot more harm than a crooked member of congress. Your elected official can't burst into your house with guns drawn. Your neighborhood cop can.
Preferably, either directly elected cops or an elected board that oversees the police departments. Because in most places the only thing checking your neighborhood cop is.... another cop. Imagine if we had the same thing with politicians with no outside checks.
You mean an elected sherrif?
An 80% tint is just insanely dark—darker than the darkest I've ever seen on any building—that's like pimpmobile window tinting dark. Now if you have an electric car and you want your windows darkly tinted, then maybe, though I suspect an 80% tint is illegal in all 50 states and the District of Columbia. Not that you care when you're driving along in your tricked-out electric pimpmobile, but.... No, wait....
Perfect for when I open my stripclub.
Out of those 13,000, I closed about 5,000 because the reporters hadn't replied after a certain period of time. It was a cleanup, not proper triage. If we had a quick response time, we probably wouldn't have gotten to 13,000. And unfortunately, without fixing the process, we will be at 13,000 again.
Well don't you think that if even the reporters didn't care about the followup to their bugs it means that either:
Except that old cars will keep lowering in numbers just by the fact that parts become more scarce as well as rust eating away the car, so unless you are very dedicated to keep your old car running you'll eventually want to have a newer car and save the hassle.
I have a very small mind and must live with it. -- E. Dijkstra