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I couldn't take it anymore... Did anyone else notice... It was OK... Real or fake? Joey Heatherton? It takes a good actor... Looks good Racial BS Will begin filming in New Mexico June 2019 "Humans are killing the Earth" message? View all posts >


Agreed, all around. No loss. ND According to one source, Burt Reynolds. Lt. McBoobs with the marble nipples. Yep. ND So, everything else was believable and non-confusing except for that?? It's a frikkin' movie, for God's sake. ND Was it ethical for Spielberg to capitalize on the Holocaust with Shindler's List? Do you see how dumb your question is now? ND Sometimes, I can't even understand English men! ;-) It was in the theater as a preview. Yeah, that's why he's an Oscar winner. A September release is now anticipated. "...These murders were not justified." They were not murders, they were homicides, yes...but, not murders - look it up. "...Trayvon Martin was a teen boy minding his own goddamn business..." Yes, until he started beating Zimmerman's head into the sidewalk. "...Aiyana Jones was a seven-year-old girl that police murdered w/ a machine gun!" First, not murder. Second, you make it sound like police just wandered into the home and decided to shoot her. That was not the case, and a little bit of searching will show you what you don't want to see. "...Why on earth are police conducting raids in residential neighborhoods..." Because that's where the arrest warrant -- signed by a judge -- told them to go to arrest a suspect. "...using discontinued military-grade equipment... And, what equipment would that have been? And, even if it was discontinued by the military, so what? "...and firing grenades into people's houses anyway!?" They threw a standard flash-bang or stun grenade, which is standard practice on a SWAT team dynamic entry. You're making it sound like they lobbed in a fragmentation grenade...not the case at all. "...You can't even be honest with yourself if you think a seven-year-old needed to die..." No, no innocent person "needs" to die. No I don't think what the police did was "ok." No rational person would believe that. Do I believe that cops are human and make mistakes that occasionally lead to tragic death? Yes, it happens in a very very small percentage of police interactions with the public, and along with errors made, cops are wracked with shame and guilt over it to the point that psychologically they are never the same, they get divorced, they are in therapy for decades, their relationship with their kids deteriorates, they leave policing, they can't hold other jobs, their finances become a wreck, and, they take their own lives. View all replies >