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Pvt. Joker

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Nov 10, 2000
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I love this idea that the people of the city took a dump on the bill of rights to catch "one 19 year old". They threw away their freedoms by staying inside within one 20 block perimeter to help catch a dude there was legitimate concern was planting bombs around the city?

I think it just opened more peoples' eyes to the fact that the "police" are now the military
 

richard berg

hello there
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Feb 27, 2004
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still a valid point though. americans were so quick to throw away their freedoms just to catch one 19 year old

What is a valid point? That every cop in the area was used to find a terrorist? That they brought out the heavy gear and tanks to increase their own odds of not getting shot or blown up?
 

porsch1909

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Nov 18, 2005
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Once again, nobody was complaining about the show of force when the kid was killing cops, carjacking people, and throwing IEDs all over the place. Now that he's been caught, everyone wants to complain. :rofl:

and had they sent two cops people would be bitching it wasn't enough

I'm not complaining. I don't care. Doesn't mean it doesn't blow my mind.

I think the force they managed to immobilise was pretty epic to be honest.
 

RedWings

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Jun 28, 2005
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the USA thing is fucking retarded and why i've been trolling this shit since day 1. Don't make ME look like an asshole when i leave the country because you're a xenophobic piece of shit.

Pvt. Joker going full potato to the point of threatening to leave the U.S.

Getting closer to making the news.
 

Pvt. Joker

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Nov 10, 2000
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One of the most cringe inducing experiences in my life was in Shannon Airport in ireland. US troops were there getting ready to fly home and this little group of americans started cheering and screaming when the soldiers walked by. It was fucking mortifying. Do that shit on US soil if you want, you don't do it in a foreign country ffs
 

autibahn

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One of the most cringe inducing experiences in my life was in Shannon Airport in ireland. US troops were there getting ready to fly home and this little group of americans started cheering and screaming when the soldiers walked by. It was fucking mortifying. Do that shit on US soil if you want, you don't do it in a foreign country ffs
wat :rofl:
 

jaspirr

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Jul 16, 2008
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Delaware
One of the most cringe inducing experiences in my life was in Shannon Airport in ireland. US troops were there getting ready to fly home and this little group of americans started cheering and screaming when the soldiers walked by. It was fucking mortifying. Do that shit on US soil if you want, you don't do it in a foreign country ffs

this critique makes absolutely no sense
 

jaspirr

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Jul 16, 2008
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Being in a foreign airport and cheering for your soldiers as they come back from killing "terrorists" is retarded. Save it for your home soil. If you can't wrap your head around that, you're just as dumb

so you're now saying that the american tourists were specifically cheering for killing terrorists? in Ireland? this story seems to be falling apart.
 

misfits

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Aug 30, 2003
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Koreatown
One of the most cringe inducing experiences in my life was in Shannon Airport in ireland. US troops were there getting ready to fly home and this little group of americans started cheering and screaming when the soldiers walked by. It was fucking mortifying. Do that shit on US soil if you want, you don't do it in a foreign country ffs

your life is hard.
 

TANGO SUKKA

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Nov 10, 2009
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oh man, imagine if the guy with the camera had an ar15 instead. coulda handled that shit right there

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BOOM HEADSHOT
 

richard berg

hello there
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Feb 27, 2004
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Wait, so people down there are angry that BPD did everything in their power to catch guys who were literally blowing people up?

Pretty much. Apparently the BPD should have sent a cop on a Segway to handle all this shit. After all, we were just dealing with a 19 year old kid and they didn't need to bring scary guns and cars to the streets.
 

flyjetta

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Sep 25, 2002
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Trying to convince people that you're not one of the nationalistic idiots that make up a large % of this country is hard, yes

While I agree it is a little tacky, having pride in your troops and in your country, I'm sure the people there understood. I doubt they all went home and sipped guinness and fretted over the people cheering on their soldiers. Your pussy is such a gaping wound
 

flyjetta

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Sep 25, 2002
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I travel a lot, no where in the world I have gotten any hostilities. Except in Paris.. where I met some of the nicest people in the world and also some of the worst because I was American (I think that is the reason at least..)
 

Pvt. Joker

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Nov 10, 2000
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While I agree it is a little tacky, having pride in your troops and in your country, I'm sure the people there understood. I doubt they all went home and sipped guinness and fretted over the people cheering on their soldiers. Your pussy is such a gaping wound

i've spent a large amount of time in ireland (bro lived there for years and married his wife there). People there don't like americans as much as you'd like to think and displays like that in the airport aren't appreciated. Ireland's love of the US ended when Kennedy died
 

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