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    Why should we be surprised that these ingrates and lunatics are terrible?
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    Oh. Didn't know she was pregnant again. I'm happy for her ^_^

    Thanks for the response.
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    Hey, Raistlin.

    Uhh... have you heard from Shlup? Haven't seen her on in a rather long time.
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    Haha if I had a penny for everytime that happened!

    I'd have no pennies because I'm too poor for phone Internet
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    How come you deleted your post :o
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    Yeah. Whenever the wife and I visit her family I have a hard time. I have a couple of EDC knives that I shuffle through and I spend a lot of the time not taking one and being jittery all day depending on where we go due to not understanding their laws.
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    This didn't warrant a post in the thread, but: a switch blade is a blade that is operated by a button or switch that leads the the knife opening completely unassisted (or shooting out as some turds have put it) by the user outside of the button press. A spring assisted knife still requires that the user guide the blade open before it locks into place. 1 = super fast the other = pretty quick

    If I remember, they also have the one hand operated knife rule in Baltimore (separate from the state law, which is a lot like the knife laws here in MN where they're pretty much run by the county to distinguish lengths that are legal) which I guess means spring assisted. All knives are one handed, so whatever.
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Glenn Beck and the Department of Irony

by Raistlin on 01-22-2014 at 09:53 PM
Glenn Beck compared Bill Nye's criticism of creationists with the Catholic Church's treatment of Galileo, concluding that Nye was on the "wrong side of history."

I know Beck long ago reached the level of self-parodying, but at this point I think he's in league with the manufacturers of irony meters, because he keeps making mine explode.
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Lori Kilchermann is a yellow journalist

by Raistlin on 07-22-2013 at 11:52 PM
In a 2012 story on a meth bust, the Ionia Sentinel-Standard, based in Michigan, decided to run a picture of the bust site farmhouse from 2 years earlier, when a political candidate had held a fundraiser. This led to accusations of the Sentinel-Standard and its editor, Lori Kilchermann, engaging in "yellow journalism," or distorting irrelevant details of a story for purposes of sensationalism or partisanship. These detractors also publicly encouraged others to cancel their Sentinel-Standard

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That pesky Fourth Amendment

by Raistlin on 06-03-2013 at 11:48 PM
My public defender’s office handles a lot of interesting cases. One of the most notable to come out of my office in recent years was Maryland v. King, which involved a challenge to a state law that permits the police to obtain a DNA sample of all people arrested for a crime, before any conviction and without the need for any belief that the DNA was relevant to the crime the arrestee was detained for. DNA sampling was thus just another routine booking procedure like fingerprinting, but DNA tests

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Information is the enemy

by Raistlin on 05-27-2013 at 10:04 PM
[I wanted to rant on this issue, but I figured EoEO might be tired of my anti-Obama speeches. Though it is his fault for continuing to give me so much material. ]

To the government, information is the enemy. That is why the US government has demonized Wikileaks, because it threatens to shame governments for their misconduct. So-called issues of “national security” may have merit on certain, specific occasions, but the broad way the label is used makes it clear that that is not the

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Updated 06-05-2013 at 02:30 AM by Raistlin

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Cop Science is Junk Science

by Raistlin on 03-11-2013 at 11:55 PM
Last week, I almost had my first trial. And it was going to be one of the most complicated cases to appear in Maryland District Court (which covers non-jury misdemeanor cases): a challenge to so-called Drug Recognition Experts.

Take this hypothetical scenario: a woman is pulled over for driving over a dividing line (“erratic driving”). The cop talks to her, asks if she’s been drinking. She denies it, but seems a little out of it. He asks if she’ll take a preliminary breath test,

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