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  1. I've been urging folks to ignore the trolls for a couple years at least, but too many just can't seem to help themselves. Engaging them has invited more and more. That alone is not enough to chase me away, but with the recent bannings I think it's finally enough.
  2. That's absolute bull####. This is the first time I've ever responded to you, and I do not play games with anyone. That's why I usually let your nonsense pass without comment.
  3. It sounds to me like you're the one who needs their own domain. You obviously can't deal with it over here. All you do is taunt and troll. Do you really have nothing better to do?
  4. That is very disappointing if true. His help was invaluable in launching PPP. I can only go by what I'm reading in this thread, but it appears that some people are unable to ignore posters with whom they disagree, and have taken to advocating for having them silenced. Losing Greg will hurt this board badly. That's what we did, you clown.
  5. I can't think of anyone here who thinks the virus is fake.
  6. I imagine part of the reason for that is the sheer volume of crime that Chicago police deal with every day. In Travis County, the police will most definitely come after you for most of the crimes you listed, whether it's caught on camera or not.
  7. I would normally agree, but since DAs routinely tout their conviction rates as qualification for reelection, the incentive to generate more convictions is enough to cause some prosecutors (re the Morton case I cited above) to withhold evidence that would prevent obtaining a conviction. I personally would rather a few guilty go free than see even one innocent incarcerated.
  8. We had a rather high profile case north of here around 9 years ago. A man served 25 years before exculpatory evidence in the form of a bloody bandana that prosecutors had withheld revealed a different man's DNA. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Michael_Morton_(criminal_justice) I don't know if it would help at all, but I think making the position of district attorney an appointed position instead of an elected one might remove some of the DA's desire to maintain a high conviction rate, something that's always touted come election time.
  9. When I hear people talking like that, I just want to ask them what rights he's trying to take away from us.
  10. It would be good to see you here more frequently again.
  11. Some people just can't abide others enjoying something of which they do not approve.
  12. I couldn't possibly agree with this more. Who knows, there may be a few posters who would stop trolling and might actually take a more mature approach to posting under a new ID if that's the only way they could get a response from people. (wishful thinking, I know)
  13. Sounds to me like I not only struck a nerve, but maybe even inspired a little self-awareness.
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