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7 months 2 weeks ago #690860 by Hassner

JaneK wrote: Ha!  That solves that!  Do most have pets over there?


Most white people have pets, most black people do not.
Our previous president who used race division to conquer, made his voters aware of this fact.


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7 months 2 weeks ago #690889 by Jacob Fisher
Really a president did that?  That's strangely similar to what is going on here.  :rofl:


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7 months 2 weeks ago #690900 by Cliff
Oh man, no comment on that.  :rofl:


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7 months 2 weeks ago #690915 by Mason Latka
Looking at the cat avatar here, that mouse represents 2020.  :rofl:


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7 months 2 weeks ago #690917 by Oscar Robinsons
Hilarious!


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7 months 2 weeks ago #690985 by Hassner
Someone kept you hanging for 7 hours? 
Here to save you.

Hilarious is that the chief of our “emergency” lockdown, our deputy president banned cigarette sales in our country. 110 days now. Illegal cigarettes are sold openly. If cops confiscate, they sell it out of the police van.
They just banned alcohol sales again, only after two weeks of lifting the ban. Too many people came to hospital with knife wounds due to alcohol infused fights. 


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7 months 2 weeks ago #690990 by Sandy Smith Photos
Oh my, so is it just at night or is it dangerous to walk the streets during the day?


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7 months 2 weeks ago #690991 by Hassner

Sandy Smith Photos wrote: Oh my, so is it just at night or is it dangerous to walk the streets during the day?


Do not worry, tourists never go where the rif raf lives. 
Most of it is gang violence. 
Our murder rate is 58 people per day, 59 million people.


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7 months 2 weeks ago #690992 by Sandy Smith Photos

Hassner wrote:

Sandy Smith Photos wrote: Oh my, so is it just at night or is it dangerous to walk the streets during the day?


Do not worry, tourists never go where the rif raf lives. 
Most of it is gang violence. 
Our murder rate is 58 people per day, 59 million people.


Yikes!  That is worse than Covid.  Yep, I would stay right where the tourist areas are. :rofl:


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7 months 2 weeks ago #690994 by Hassner
No, rather stay away because of Covid. It is 2-3 times the deaths than our daily murder rate. 


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7 months 2 weeks ago #690997 by Sandy Smith Photos
Out of curiosity, I looked up murders in NYC, and in 2019 there was 318.   That's actually much higher than I thought it would be there.  Are you allowed to carry a gun there legally? 


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7 months 2 weeks ago #690999 by JaneK
You had me look up here in London, 149 in 2019


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7 months 2 weeks ago #691008 by Rick Larin
I'd be carrying at least a knife of some sort


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7 months 2 weeks ago #691010 by Hassner

Sandy Smith Photos wrote: Out of curiosity, I looked up murders in NYC, and in 2019 there was 318.   That's actually much higher than I thought it would be there.  Are you allowed to carry a gun there legally? 


The rules are getting stronger for owning a gun, but you are allowed to carry it concealed. 
Most farmers do, as there were thousands killed the last 25 years. Brutal attacks, burnt with irons, raped, drowned in boiling water... 
There is a huge outcry against farm attacks, yet the president tells international news farmers are not killed. Most farm houses now have electrical wires around, farmers work armed.


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7 months 2 weeks ago #691019 by Rick Larin
Electrical as in you can leathally get zapped?  We have electric fences here, but they are to keep animals in the fence and generally just a wake up zap.  


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