This user has mostly submitted to the following subverses (showing top 5):
28 submissions to technology
8 submissions to whatever
7 submissions to news
5 submissions to politics
3 submissions to cheers
This user has so far shared a total of 55 links, started a total of 13 discussions and submitted a total of 3784 comments.
Submissions: This user has upvoted 11395 and downvoted 465 submissions.
Comments: This user has upvoted 13695 and downvoted 4208 comments.
5 highest rated submissions:
Surprise! NSA data will soon routinely be used for domestic policing that has nothing to do with terrorism, submitted: 3/12/2016 2:11:50 AM, 177 points (+178|-1)
Police kill more whites than blacks, but minority deaths generate more outrage: analysis, submitted: 7/8/2016 4:28:00 PM, 115 points (+117|-2)
Former NYPD Boss Ray Kelly's Emails 'Inadvertently' Wiped Despite Court Order To Preserve Them, submitted: 1/5/2016 2:30:36 AM, 76 points (+76|-0)
Russia Blocks 'archive.is', submitted: 2/5/2016 10:06:25 AM, 73 points (+74|-1)
NYPD Using 'Nuisance Abatement' Law To Force Small Businesses To Install Cameras, Agree To Warrantless Searches, submitted: 5/2/2016 10:06:31 PM, 52 points (+52|-0)
5 lowest rated submissions:
Property owners in New York City can be fined $250,000 for purposely using "improper pronouns" due to new transgender laws., submitted: 1/6/2016 8:22:53 PM, 0 points (+3|-3)
Bruno Mars - Liquor Store Blues ft. Damian Marley, submitted: 1/5/2016 2:52:33 AM, 1 points (+3|-2)
DC family slaughter suspect facing 20 charges for especially heinous crime, submitted: 2/20/2016 9:55:02 AM, 1 points (+1|-0)
Ryan Gosling: 'Women are better than men' - USA Today, submitted: 6/2/2016 10:08:25 PM, 1 points (+2|-1)
Alcohol and Energy Drinks(caffeine) | Health Services, submitted: 6/3/2016 9:53:35 AM, 1 points (+1|-0)
3 highest rated comments:
FriedFood100 1 points 110 points 111 points (+111|-1) ago
If a 6 year old is grilling you about common sense, it is you who has the problem.
FriedFood100 0 points 102 points 102 points (+102|-0) ago
Last week, U.S. District Court Judge John W. Lungstrum dismissed every one of the Hartes’s claims. Harte found that sending a SWAT team into a home first thing in the morning based on no more than a positive field test and spotting a suspect at a gardening store was not a violation of the Fourth Amendment. He found that the police had probable cause for the search, and that the way the search was conducted did not constitute excessive force. He found that the Hartes had not been defamed by the raid or by the publicity surrounding it. He also ruled that the police were under no obligation to know that drug testing field kits are inaccurate, nor were they obligated to wait for the more accurate lab tests before conducting the SWAT raid.
That judge should be impeached ASAP
3 lowest rated comments:
FriedFood100 20 points -16 points 4 points (+4|-20) ago
This is just one person's account of the situation. You can't really make judgement based on this.
FriedFood100 17 points -13 points 4 points (+4|-17) ago
Way to cheapen the word "rape"......Might you be thinking of "statutory rape?"
FriedFood100 12 points -10 points 2 points (+2|-12) ago
It doesn't really matter if the 15 year old boy was into the sex or not.
It actually does matter, because if a 15 year old boy was not into it and was threatened or forced against their will, then that would be actual rape not "statutory rape" and the charges would be much harsher, as they should.
If a 15 year old girl has sex with a male teacher, then it is highly scrutinized and the male teacher faces harsh penalties (including more serious jail time than 8-16 mths).
That's because in general it's much more risky for young females to be in these type of relationships.
This is regardless of whether the girl enjoyed having an older man "hump away at her vagina."
Well the willingness of the individual should always factor in. It sure wouldn't be the same as she wasn't enjoying it and felt pressured to be in the situation.
The fact is that the frontal lobes of an adolescent human are not fully developed until well into the 20's. The developed frontal lobes of an adult make judgements, planning, and assessing risks, an essential part of what differentiates maturity from immaturity. For you that can't comprehend the latter, this makes adult sex with a teenager WRONG.
So by that, do you think people shouldn't be able to legally consent until "well into the 20's?" What exact age should be considered an adult? Should all those 25 year olds that have/had sex with 19 year olds be locked away and do you think they were morally wrong for doing so? What about a 19 year old that murders a family, should they be tried as an adult, or maybe not be tried at all?