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Originally posted by Majestic Lumen
... the trouble making kids I think are less likely to get caught, and less likely to follow the curfew either way.
Regardless of how incredibly ridiculous legally enforceable curfews are, you cannot enforce them until after the time they go into affect; and as a publicly employed police officer there is definitely something wrong about taking your suspects to a private security center.
Originally posted by donkeystyle
Originally posted by MainLineThis
Reply to post by donkeystyle
Comparing living in america to dealing with nazis is a testament to your personal ignorance.
While I agree that things here are not near 100% perfect (as those in lesser countries like yourself seem to expect) they are far from being compared to nazis.
People like you who don't understand history or even modern society are the reason why ...... Never mind...you wouldn't understand.
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I could easily consider my country to be superior to america in virtually every way. we let multiculturalism exist, we don't force our melting pot on people. we can fly without being groped and have naked pictures taken of us.
I never suggested that america is exterminating any particular population, but they are definitely generating intentional phobias to multiple scenarios and muslims in general.
America has it good, but look at how the police treat the populace. That is what reminds me of a police state, something the nazi regime definitely was.
In many ways there are parrelells between the recent changes (past 10 years) in american culture and society , to germany pre ww2. False flag attack on sept 11 being just one of them. ( the arson attack on the Reichstag building).
I could go on. But you wouldn't understand.
Thank god i live where i live.
So don't go calling me out as being ignorant. I may be ignorant, but in comparison with you, i would say i'm quite well informed. And honest about what i know. Also, just the fact that you commented on "those in lesser countries like yourself", seemed to be assuming i live in a "lesser country" to america, is a testament to your own ignorance. There are many countries that are wonderful to live in, and while america has many strong points, your assumption that every other country is a lesser country, just displays the typical american ignorance you yourself possess. Have a good day sir. And go read about the world if you get a chance, you might be surprised to see that america isn't the best place to live. Even before it went to hell.edit on 21-7-2011 by donkeystyle because: (no reason given)edit on 21-7-2011 by donkeystyle because: (no reason given)
....In many ways there are parrelells between the recent changes (past 10 years) in american culture and society , to germany pre ww2. False flag attack on sept 11 being just one of them. ( the arson attack on the Reichstag building).....
Originally posted by newcovenant
reply to post by Frogs
If they were 20 minutes from home then they had no way to make it home in time for the curfew to end. And I think Oklahoma City and the environs are a little punchy because they want to keep a close eye on the kids and the government buildings. They have some Tim Mc Veigh history there and so guess that's why. Doesn't make it right though. I'd move.
Oklahoma City officials made clear the earlier Bricktown curfew for minors would not apply to the following:
Minors working in Bricktown
Minors going to a late movie in Bricktown (Ticket stub needed for verification)
Minors attending a late sporting event (Ticket stub needed for verification)
Minors in Bricktown with their parents
Citty said police are investigating their handling of the situation to see what went wrong. “The ordinance does provide for legitimate reasons for someone who is underage to be out past 11 p.m.,” Citty said. “If they can show they were attending the theater and are waiting for a ride to be picked up, the arrest of that juvenile would not be appropriate
38-613 - Enforcement
Before taking any enforcement action under this section, a police officer shall ask the apparent offender's age and reason for being in the Bricktown Entertainment Area. The officer shall not issue a citation or make an arrest under this action section unless the officer reasonably believes that an offense has occurred and that based on any response and other circumstances, no defense in Section 38-612 is present
No, because curfew doesn't exist if you are with parental supervision. EVER. Curfew in America is about getting under 18's off the streets at times people aren't on the streets. (Places like NY don't have this, because the city is up all the time...)