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re: Perception Debate: Are there more children of felons or non-felons? - Kujo
Ah yes, like the boyscouts? Seen all those lawsuit commercials lately? I wonder if those handsy scout masters were the products of felons or not. Is it funny that I imagine "heaven" as dying and being able to have on demand all the data to answer every question precisely....without all the sq...
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re: Perception Debate: Are there more children of felons or non-felons? - Kujo
Never really understood this justification. Like if you know it's illegal and you do it anyway, why does that make you not a criminal, because you disagree with it? If I don't agree with alcohol being 21, I'm not a criminal because it's 19 in Canada of I'm caught with alcohol? Open container...
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re: Perception Debate: Are there more children of felons or non-felons? - Kujo
[quote]The FBI’s definition of criminal record The FBI considers anyone who has been arrested on a felony charge to have a criminal record. [/quote] Pleading down to a misdemeanor, or entering into a pretrial diversion program (usual for non-recidivists) means you aren't "technically" a felo...
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re: Perception Debate: Are there more children of felons or non-felons? - Kujo
[quote]Some former felons are great parents as they do everything to prevent their kids from making the same mistakes[/quote] But does "some" really make up for the genetic traits that trend toward criminal activity? [quote]researchers have now found a common trait amongst many inmates. Rec...
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re: Perception Debate: Are there more children of felons or non-felons? - Kujo
[link=(https://www.brennancenter.org/our-work/analysis-opinion/just-facts-many-americans-have-criminal-records-college-diplomas)]LINK[/link] [quote]one-third of the adult working age population has a criminal record[/quote] [quote] half of black males and almost 40 percent of white males are...
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Perception Debate: Are there more children of felons or non-felons? - Kujo
The simple question is, are there more child under 18 in the US today who are the product of at least one felon parent than two non-felon parents? What do you believe and why do you believe it? What would you need to see to change whatever perception you have? ...
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re: The time has come to decriminalize marijuana in this country. - Kujo
Wee[quote] Well, I'm not sure what we did in BR but homelessness/panhandling has exploded in the past 10 years. [/quote] Yes, legal weed pouring in...
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re: The time has come to decriminalize marijuana in this country. - Kujo
[quote]The War on Drugs is a catastrophic failure[/quote] Not really. It's like if I had a war against racoons and was trapping them, but the wife keeps letting them go. I caught the raccoons and all I needed to do was fricking kill them and they would never have been a problem anymore....but ...
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re: The time has come to decriminalize marijuana in this country. - Kujo
[quote]No way. Marijuana makes people violent criminals. That antifa cuck who shot those two cops? Probably got high on marijuana before he did it. Count me out.[/quote] all the places that legalized weed all have a homelessness issue now, they have the need for bail reform because everybody is g...
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re: Israel just shut down the whole country - Kujo
Due to inbreeding they are the most "pre-existing condition" population....
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re: Honestly, would you ever work any harder? (Or love anyone more) - Kujo
[quote]thread is specifically about whether people's actions can be influenced by changing the motivations and rewards, correct?[/quote] Leopard doesn't change it's spots, it just learns to camoflage better so you don't see it....
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re: Honestly, would you ever work any harder? (Or love anyone more) - Kujo
1980's...computers/automation ...
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re: Honestly, would you ever work any harder? (Or love anyone more) - Kujo
[quote]Doesn’t change what you really are. A selfish, self serving human being who will do what it takes to survive. [/quote] There are people who jump on the grenade, work 2 jobs, etc. Many call them "dumb"...
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re: Honestly, would you ever work any harder? (Or love anyone more) - Kujo
[quote]If you need to justify being a shitty and selfish person[/quote] The target population of my post is those people who justify being self absorbed shitty lazy asses. Was that missed? Sure there are underpaid workers & unappreciated spouses, but they WORK and do their part while their co...
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re: Honestly, would you ever work any harder? (Or love anyone more) - Kujo
[quote]I can distinctly remember being young and having a labor construction job and saying to myself “I’m not paid enough for this shit”. I was right[/quote] Were you slacking off because you weren't paid enough...."for $13/hour I'll put up 3 sheets of drywall an hour....if they paid me 25/ I'd ...
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Honestly, would you ever work any harder? (Or love anyone more) - Kujo
People seems to give the impression that if they were offered a job making 3X what they were making now, that all of a sudden their lazy arse would turn it up and be employee of the month every month vs being a lazy arse who just tries to get out of doing work and passing it on to someone else. And...
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re: Antonio Gibson or Tyler Boyd as flex? - Kujo
Chargers lost their top safety, and Gibson will likely start off a gadget player from what I've heard. I'm thinking Percy Harvin, Which was a decent PPR option. To start the season, I'd roll Boyd until we see what exactly wash wants to do with Gibson (listed 3rd string)...
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re: Start Darrell Williams On Thursday Night? - Kujo
[quote]Ozigbo ends up sitting[/quote] [quote]Devine Ozigbo to IR as Jaguars sign Dare Ogunbowale[/quote] So only Chris Thompson. Seems JR will get at least 15 touches minimum. Michel has James and Rex and Cam running in competition. I like Breida, but Miami had Drake and didn't use him ...
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re: Start Darrell Williams On Thursday Night? - Kujo
Even with coach oozing such praise about Robinson? [link=(https://youtu.be/yfyuL9KjBjk)]LINK[/link] Akers, Gibson, Taylor, Gordon/Lindsay, LF/Jones, etc.... coaches saying committee. Jags coach says he's a great blocker, great hands, great vision and is their #1.....
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