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Floppin

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#3352948 Nickname for the Funchess and Benjamin duo

Posted by Floppin on Yesterday, 12:37 PM

Car RamRod


#3341248 Okay vapeheads...

Posted by Floppin on 29 April 2015 - 10:30 PM

I have an aspire cf sub ohm battery with an aspire Atlantis tank for ever day use. It's a nice hitting fairly maintenance free setup and well made by a reliable company.

Good place to start.


#3337861 Whisky River

Posted by Floppin on 28 April 2015 - 09:45 AM

I figured phillyb you would at least answer the question considering you probably know his real name and blood type. carry on no need to interfere with the circle jerkness, tho it would be nice to know the kid who has been "jokingly" tourmented online didn't just get murdered.


Alice's name is Alejando Lastra and he's a realtor. His father is a doctor.

That's not him.


#3337710 You liberals happy?

Posted by Floppin on 28 April 2015 - 08:16 AM

my question though is what should the punishment be?

I'd assume whatever the standard punishments are for vandalism and destruction of public/government property.

I mean is this a serious question? These things are already illegal. It's not like we're just realizing as a society that breaking stuff = bad


#3337408 Post a pic, any pic.

Posted by Floppin on 27 April 2015 - 11:34 PM

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#3337269 You liberals happy?

Posted by Floppin on 27 April 2015 - 09:35 PM

What does this have to do with anything? I thought u were all about decriminalizing it.


You're not really that dense are you?


#3334954 Sports Scores and Breaking News

Posted by Floppin on 26 April 2015 - 03:07 PM

Yahoo Sportacular app is a great app if you just want scores.


Yeah, that's what I use as well.


#3332590 I don't post in here much but...

Posted by Floppin on 24 April 2015 - 01:26 AM

The sensor on auto dispensers will become deactivated for various reasons. Reach inside the area where the paper towels are dispensed and push the tearing bar back. It will reactivate the sensor in most cases. The light will light up when reactivated, then just wave your hand like normal.

I've managed restaurants for a long time.

"Sir your paper towel machine is broken" ......

No, no it's not, fuging technology


#3328415 Quotes from Panthers as Phase One of the offseason begins

Posted by Floppin on 21 April 2015 - 07:10 AM

Great post making Cam sound like a total moron. Pro tip:
Cam is from the big city, not the boondocks. Cam went to college and went on to dealing with the best minds American football had to offer and is doing good!
Nuts that we got guys like you thinking he is too dumb to talk to a handful of local Panthers beat reporters in an April presser at the Panthers home base, where even Michael Freaking Oher went up to talk


By your reasoning you must think that Marshawn Lynch is both a gigantic weeping vagina and an incredible simpleton who probably can't put his shoes on the correct feet without help.


#3327083 Panthers draft hat has been unveiled:

Posted by Floppin on 19 April 2015 - 09:04 PM

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#3324947 The argument for Michelob Ultra being a good manly beer.

Posted by Floppin on 17 April 2015 - 01:53 PM

Every time a man orders a Mich ultra at my bar I die a little on the inside.


#3320752 Cops use rims as bait.

Posted by Floppin on 13 April 2015 - 08:42 PM

Many times the goal of a sting is to get the word out more so than just catch someone.
DUI checkpoints are classic examples. Usually they put the word out. So you might hear but at least the word is out and some can have a designated driver.

For predators it's low lying fruit to find guys that are leaning to doing that. It could also uncover human trafficking so there is many factors.
But if there doesn't appear to be a deterrent then that can embolden a crook even more.
Most cities there are fewer law enforcement than citizens and certainly probably much more crooks. So these things happen.
If it causes a crook to modify his behavior because it might be a trap that can be good.

No public safety is and has always been an ancillary affect of dui checkpoints and never the actual goal.

Dui checkpoints allow a lawful bypass of establishing probable-cause to enact a stop. The primary goal isn't to stop drunk drivers but rather an overall arrest and profit drive. Just look at the arrest statistics for any major checkpoint after the fact.

There was a recent checkpoint on Carolina Beach rd in Wilmington a few weeks back, for instance. This check point resulted in like 5 dui arrest total, but literally 100s of other charges ranging from traffic infractions to misdemeanor and felony charges. This stop produced more than three times the amount of drug arrests than it did Dui.


#3316461 Cops use rims as bait.

Posted by Floppin on 09 April 2015 - 02:50 AM

I agree that these are street level guys, maybe addicts,gangs, but criminals for sure. Anyone who chops cars and steals rims should answer to a judge. Are you looking for organized crime boss stings or something?


If you think you're getting anyone who chops cars with this you're sadly mistaken


#3316459 Nobody's talking about Aaron Hernandez?

Posted by Floppin on 09 April 2015 - 02:42 AM

I honestly don't believe Hernandez is that stupid to be the triggerman.


I think hes plenty fuging stupid.


#3316446 Cops use rims as bait.

Posted by Floppin on 09 April 2015 - 01:59 AM

I see no problem at all. Thieves are rarely caught and are difficult to prosecute. Better to sting thieves than drug dealers/users. fug anyone who steals


Temptation in front of an honest thief and all that.

People who wouldn't normally steal and are in desperate times are people who are caught with stings like this. Real criminals would drive right by that poo.