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DHS Checkpoint refusal greatest hits.

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Post by Turdacious » Wed Feb 27, 2013 10:16 pm

Officers were all professional, but the dude deserves to get his ass kicked.
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Post by Blaidd Drwg » Wed Feb 27, 2013 10:22 pm

Turdacious wrote:Officers were all professional, but the dude deserves to get his ass kicked.
All the officers throughout were totally professional. Nobody deserves to get their ass kicked for refusing to answer questions.

It's long, I know but the last one is really the best.
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Post by Turdacious » Wed Feb 27, 2013 10:33 pm

Blaidd Drwg wrote:
Turdacious wrote:Officers were all professional, but the dude deserves to get his ass kicked.
All the officers throughout were totally professional. Nobody deserves to get their ass kicked for refusing to answer questions.

It's long, I know but the last one is really the best.
He deserves to get his ass kicked for being a self-righteous, pedantic, Jose Canseco class whiner.
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Post by Hymen Asshole » Wed Feb 27, 2013 11:16 pm

Nobody deserves to have their ass kicked for simply exercising their rights, obnoxious, whiny or not

Quit being a fucking fascist

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Post by Thatcher II » Thu Feb 28, 2013 12:02 am

He's a hero.

At least if by "hero", you mean, "total cunt". Then he is a hero.
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Post by Turdacious » Thu Feb 28, 2013 12:30 am

Hymen Asshole wrote:Nobody deserves to have their ass kicked for simply exercising their rights
Baiting officers is not 'simply exercising your rights.'
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Post by Hymen Asshole » Thu Feb 28, 2013 12:46 am

Turdacious wrote:
Hymen Asshole wrote:Nobody deserves to have their ass kicked for simply exercising their rights
Baiting officers is not 'simply exercising your rights.'
Then we'd better kick the officer's asses as well since they are baiting law abiding citizens merely going about their day.

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Post by Turdacious » Thu Feb 28, 2013 12:55 am

Hymen Asshole wrote:
Turdacious wrote:
Hymen Asshole wrote:Nobody deserves to have their ass kicked for simply exercising their rights
Baiting officers is not 'simply exercising your rights.'
Then we'd better kick the officer's asses as well since they are baiting law abiding citizens merely going about their day.
Except the officers here were professional and polite, and weren't baiting anybody.
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Post by Hymen Asshole » Thu Feb 28, 2013 1:26 am

Turdacious wrote:
Hymen Asshole wrote:
Turdacious wrote:
Hymen Asshole wrote:Nobody deserves to have their ass kicked for simply exercising their rights
Baiting officers is not 'simply exercising your rights.'
Then we'd better kick the officer's asses as well since they are baiting law abiding citizens merely going about their day.
Except the officers here were professional and polite, and weren't baiting anybody.
Right, the officers continuing to repeatedly ask the same question after being denied an answer and then lying stating that your required to answer them or attempting to direct you to secondary without probable cause isn't baiting. Their job is to get you to submit to their will when in reality they don't have any authority and your submitting to their will is nothing more than you giving up you rights.

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Post by Blaidd Drwg » Thu Feb 28, 2013 1:48 am

I guess we can all agree, the officers are following their professional training by baiting, and exercising quiet professional fortitude in their efforts to get citizens to undermine themselves. Such bravery, such character...The very picture of Professional Policing of the Border.

I'll bet not one dirty wetback has so much as picked a tomato since we cleaned up the border with this plan.
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Post by milosz » Thu Feb 28, 2013 2:08 am

He doesn't deserve to get his ass kicked, good for him for exercising his rights blah blah blah.

All the videos of people 'challenging' cops are tiresome, though, like watching a sad libertarian nerd masturbate in the corner. The only people watching the video were already on his side; the cops will continue doing what they're doing until ordered otherwise. Zero fucks given by anyone who matters.

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Post by Batboy2/75 » Thu Feb 28, 2013 2:27 am

This get's worse.

The DHS recently claimed they have he right to seize any electronic devise within 100 miles of the border.
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Post by Turdacious » Thu Feb 28, 2013 2:54 am

This guy is one of many who need an ass kicking. Other examples:

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Post by The Cunning Stunt » Thu Feb 28, 2013 4:02 am

Gorbachev wrote:He's a hero.

At least if by "hero", you mean, "total cunt". Then he is a hero.
Wow!! I'm a hero too!? YES!!

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Post by Blaidd Drwg » Thu Feb 28, 2013 4:24 am

Batboy2/75 wrote:This get's worse.

The DHS recently claimed they have he right to seize any electronic devise within 100 miles of the border.

This is a royal shit show. Soon they'll push for this when you're within x distance of an international port.
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Post by DrDonkeyLove » Thu Feb 28, 2013 5:14 am

Blaidd Drwg wrote:
Batboy2/75 wrote:This get's worse.

The DHS recently claimed they have he right to seize any electronic devise within 100 miles of the border.

This is a royal shit show. Soon they'll push for this when you're within x distance of an international port.
The city of Seattle is 86 air miles from Victoria, BC, Detroit is directly across the border, Buffalo is directly across the border, Rochester, NY is 90 miles from the border. Let's not forget San Diego, Tucson, El Paso, and San Antonio on the southern border.

This search and seizure needs no warrant, nor does it require any specific suspicion of a crime. They can search it, "just because". The BBPS (BushBama Police State) is getting bigger all the time.
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Post by Chessman » Thu Feb 28, 2013 6:20 am

So what's the point of all this? You don't need to show ID to get free healthcare, housing, food stamps, the right to vote, send your kids to public school, or do anything else under Obama. So what's the point of harassing people in their cars when there's all sorts of Latinos that don't speak a lick of English and who are standing around in a group waiting for someone to hire them for a day job that are obviously illegals but you can't deport them?

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Post by Protobuilder » Sat Mar 02, 2013 8:59 am

If you treat people with respect, they generally return the favor which describes why I tend to get along with people in real life quite well but not so much so online. I got sucked into several of these videos from the above link and there is a lot of cuntish behavior on both sides.

Are there that many checkpoints nowadays in the US? I go through a drunk checkpoint every so often on the way home and wish they had more of the sorIft as they don't do anything but get drunks off the road. It seems that a bunch of people are fighting against such "illegal stops".

On the other hand, there's a fair stark contrast between border patrol in the US and in any other developed nation - go across the Canadian border to see how one side is far more professional than the other.
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Post by Holland Oates » Sat Mar 02, 2013 4:12 pm

Terry B. wrote:If you treat people with respect, they generally return the favor which describes why I tend to get along with people in real life quite well but not so much so online. I got sucked into several of these videos from the above link and there is a lot of cuntish behavior on both sides.

Are there that many checkpoints nowadays in the US? I go through a drunk checkpoint every so often on the way home and wish they had more of the sorIft as they don't do anything but get drunks off the road. It seems that a bunch of people are fighting against such "illegal stops".

On the other hand, there's a fair stark contrast between border patrol in the US and in any other developed nation - go across the Canadian border to see how one side is far more professional than the other.
I've heard the Canadian border patrol are a bunch of cunts.

I did a road trip with my family last summer through the southeast part of the US hit 2 check points in 1 day. Both in Arizona. One agent looked in the window saw a truck load of rednecks and just waved us through, the second checkpoint the agent asked us to tell him our nation of origin and waved us through. No ID was requested and they didn't ask to look in the truck.
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Post by DrDonkeyLove » Sat Mar 02, 2013 5:29 pm

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Terry B. wrote:If you treat people with respect, they generally return the favor which describes why I tend to get along with people in real life quite well but not so much so online. I got sucked into several of these videos from the above link and there is a lot of cuntish behavior on both sides.

Are there that many checkpoints nowadays in the US? I go through a drunk checkpoint every so often on the way home and wish they had more of the sorIft as they don't do anything but get drunks off the road. It seems that a bunch of people are fighting against such "illegal stops".

On the other hand, there's a fair stark contrast between border patrol in the US and in any other developed nation - go across the Canadian border to see how one side is far more professional than the other.
I've heard the Canadian border patrol are a bunch of cunts.

I did a road trip with my family last summer through the southeast part of the US hit 2 check points in 1 day. Both in Arizona. One agent looked in the window saw a truck load of rednecks and just waved us through, the second checkpoint the agent asked us to tell him our nation of origin and waved us through. No ID was requested and they didn't ask to look in the truck.
I drove from San Diego to Yuma, AZ and back a few years ago and hit several checkpoints. Most were immigration related and a couple were agricultural products related. Longest interaction with any authority figure was about 2 seconds.

I cross into Canada and back at one of the Buffalo/Niagara Falls crossings a few times per year and hit the other occasional CanAm crossing. I find the Canadians to be a little friendlier in general but haven't had a real asshole on either side in years. When I meet the rare one, I stay polite and adopt a not obsequious but fatalistic "you're the boss" attitude.

I wonder if my Passport shows a pattern that doesn't raise any red flags. I do get the occasional question from the US people about my Saudi trips but it's never hostile. Have never seen anything as slovenly, surly, and lazy as a Saudi border guard. They're almost caricatures.
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Post by Turdacious » Sat Mar 02, 2013 5:48 pm

Batboy2/75 wrote:This get's worse.

The DHS recently claimed they have he right to seize any electronic devise within 100 miles of the border.
That'll drop the price of used i-pods significantly.
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Post by Turdacious » Sat Mar 02, 2013 6:35 pm

A reason DHS should remain vigilant:
In medical isolation in South Texas, 100 miles or so from Mexico's border, is a man who embodies one of U.S. health officials' greatest worries: He is the first person to cross and be held in detention while infected with one of the most severe types of drug-resistant tuberculosis known today.

Multi-drug-resistant tuberculosis has been a growing problem in India for years. Now an even more extreme strain of the deadly disease -- resistant to all of the drugs normally used to treat it -- is causing concern.

His three-month odyssey through 13 countries—from his homeland of Nepal through South Asia, Brazil, Mexico, and finally into Texas—shows the way in which dangerous new strains of the disease can migrate across the world unchecked.

Tuberculosis, an ancient, fatal airborne disease, has been treatable for decades with a cocktail of drugs. However, shoddy medical practices world-wide have enabled the bacteria to mutate and, in some cases, become all but untreatable. In recent months The Wall Street Journal has exposed widening TB drug resistance in hot spots like India, and shown that the U.S. is surprisingly unprepared for the growing global problem. Most U.S. cases of drug-resistant TB occur in people who were born abroad, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
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Post by Protobuilder » Sun Mar 03, 2013 12:53 am

DrDonkeyLove wrote:
Ed Zachary wrote:
Terry B. wrote:If you treat people with respect, they generally return the favor which describes why I tend to get along with people in real life quite well but not so much so online. I got sucked into several of these videos from the above link and there is a lot of cuntish behavior on both sides.

Are there that many checkpoints nowadays in the US? I go through a drunk checkpoint every so often on the way home and wish they had more of the sorIft as they don't do anything but get drunks off the road. It seems that a bunch of people are fighting against such "illegal stops".

On the other hand, there's a fair stark contrast between border patrol in the US and in any other developed nation - go across the Canadian border to see how one side is far more professional than the other.
I've heard the Canadian border patrol are a bunch of cunts.

I did a road trip with my family last summer through the southeast part of the US hit 2 check points in 1 day. Both in Arizona. One agent looked in the window saw a truck load of rednecks and just waved us through, the second checkpoint the agent asked us to tell him our nation of origin and waved us through. No ID was requested and they didn't ask to look in the truck.
I drove from San Diego to Yuma, AZ and back a few years ago and hit several checkpoints. Most were immigration related and a couple were agricultural products related. Longest interaction with any authority figure was about 2 seconds.

I cross into Canada and back at one of the Buffalo/Niagara Falls crossings a few times per year and hit the other occasional CanAm crossing. I find the Canadians to be a little friendlier in general but haven't had a real asshole on either side in years. When I meet the rare one, I stay polite and adopt a not obsequious but fatalistic "you're the boss" attitude.

I wonder if my Passport shows a pattern that doesn't raise any red flags. I do get the occasional question from the US people about my Saudi trips but it's never hostile. Have never seen anything as slovenly, surly, and lazy as a Saudi border guard. They're almost caricatures.
Sorry, I was thinking of crossing over in the Vancouver Airport, one side of which is "Canada" and the other "the United States". You go through customs for the US, then are able to catch a domestic flight - a nicer way to access the west coast than having to venture through the mess that is LAX. The last time I went through the TSA on the US side were ridiculous. I was pulled out and questioned for over ten minutes because I answered that I "lived" in a foreign country despite having a US passport. The line of questioning, over and over again, was "let me get this straight - you are a US citizen but live in [country]?" After finally being released the Canadian guys on the other side yelled out - "better hurry or you may miss your flight...and the Americans will catch you!". Perhaps not that professional but it made me laugh nevertheless.

I have less experience in border crossings but have never had an issue on either side - I think that I needed to open my trunk one time - they did state that it was a random check and were polite about it. I believe that stop took perhaps two minutes and questions were all "good" questions.
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Post by seeahill » Sun Mar 03, 2013 1:16 am

Canadian customs and immigration have gotten bad.

I think it's because we fuck with Canadians coming here.

OK, they'll fuck with us.

I can't tell you the problems I've had with Canada lately.
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