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I agree with you. I was also agreeing with shadow herder concerning peoples inability to accept that alcohol does very often play a part, and also how they disasociate it from drugs, even though thats exactly what it is.
originally posted by: RickyD
a reply to: VoidHawk
It's called personal accountability and it has nothing to to with excuses for why something happened. It's not the fault of anyone but the person who did it nor is it the fault of any other thing. Obviously these people had piss poor judgment...the problem is everyone looks for something to blame rather than the person who did wrong.
originally posted by: Antipathy17
originally posted by: Danbones
wouldn't be surprised if the real problem is SSRIs
and liquid stupidity
funny how at least in canada the bar man or server is responsible because they served such a one a drink
in a case like this i think they should take all the guns away from the whole police department for a week of active duty downtown...teach em some respect...
and fire the doctor that proscribed the likely SSRIs
Someone you knock you upside your stupid. I mean head. Wouldn't be surprised if the real problem was SSRI's or alcohol? Whey did any of the officers drink? the drinking or SSRI's were an effect.
originally posted by: Shadow Herder
The problem is right in front of you yet you still ignore it. The problem was not guns but alcohol. The liquid that destroyed america.
Ban alcohol and soceity would have no need for guns considering that most crimes gun related or not have alcohol involved at some level.
This is too far advanced for the common man to understand.
originally posted by: hopenotfeariswhatweneed
about time they introduced random breath tests for police on duty and while they are at it some drug testing...