LOST IN MISSISSIPPI

Ludington, MI

#1051 Jul 18, 2013
Captn Morgan wrote:
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Off topic, but once you reach the Alternative Minimum Tax level (somewhere around $250k) you lose almost all normal deductions, including the mortgage interest deduction.
duhhhhhh, that would be income not wealth

DOH!

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#1052 Jul 18, 2013
Laura Beth wrote:
Dondo ...... Could it be that cat dude ?
Funny that you should mention the kitty cat guy. While he has not been posting, he HAS been lurching around here handing out props.

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#1054 Jul 18, 2013
Orenthal James wrote:
<quoted text>When the jury found him innocent, how did you feel?
Nothing.
LOST IN MISSISSIPPI

Ludington, MI

#1055 Jul 18, 2013
ooo look

the knuckleheads found another misspelling

congratulations

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#1056 Jul 18, 2013
Chilli J wrote:
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I've previously asked this here. If GZ hadn't followed this kid, after being told to stand down by the authorities (had GZ been an obedient little mall cop wannabe), would GZ have needed to kill TM? Yes or No?
you must never walk
LOST IN MISSISSIPPI

Ludington, MI

#1057 Jul 18, 2013
DondoDork wrote:
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Yeah, I saw that, lmao!
funny how some groups focus on things other than content when they have nothing else to say

LMAO

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#1058 Jul 18, 2013
65007noogard wrote:
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"..should have and not started a fistfight.."
There's no evidence to suggest Zimmerman started a fistfight, Frannie. But that's okay, don't worry about it. Most of us understand you race-baiters have trouble where facts are concerned, or when the facts don't match up to your racist agenda.

No, I'm fine with GZ not being dead! I would've preferred if he'd stayed in his vehicle as instructed by the authorities, like a good little mall cop wannabe should have and not started a fistfight with a kid that he apparently couldn't finish, without shooting him dead.

Folks who assume this was a 0 sum game (that one of them had to end up dead) ignore the facts. If GZ hadn't played cop and had kept his chunky bum in the vehicle, they both live. "Just another thug and proven thief?" They probably execute minors for those offenses in TX.
So the PD Dispatcher told GZ his vigilante services wouldn't be needed, but GZ shouldn't have stayed in his vehicle? If you believe civilians need not follow PD instructions, you must not do well when stopped for speeding. LOL The only evidence we have that GZ didn't start a fistfight was from GZ, who definitely had a dog in this fight.

Answer the question, if you can: Yes or No?

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#1060 Jul 18, 2013
LOST IN MISSISSIPPI wrote:
<quoted text>duhhhhhh, that would be income not wealth
DOH!
Wealth has already been taxed at the time it was earned/received. Income from the wealth (investments, etc.)is taxed. If your into confiscating wealth I suggest you check out Havana, Moscow or Caracas. I hear their into that sort of thing.

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#1061 Jul 18, 2013
they're ^ (before the grammar police get me)

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#1063 Jul 18, 2013
Can we all just agree to disagree?....and move on to much more important things like the Dutchess and her impending baby?
SLACK

Lexington Park, MD

#1065 Jul 18, 2013
Chilli J wrote:
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So the PD Dispatcher told GZ his vigilante services wouldn't be needed, but GZ shouldn't have stayed in his vehicle? If you believe civilians need not follow PD instructions, you must not do well when stopped for speeding. LOL The only evidence we have that GZ didn't start a fistfight was from GZ, who definitely had a dog in this fight.
Answer the question, if you can: Yes or No?
911 dispatch is not PD, and does that have the authority to give orders. Try to keep up, Frannie.

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#1066 Jul 18, 2013
tallyho wrote:
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you must never walk
To remind you, the question previously asked was: "If GZ hadn't followed this kid, after being told to stand down by the authorities (had GZ been an obedient little mall cop wannabe), would GZ have needed to kill TM? Yes or No?"

We know why you don't want to answer it! I'll take your reply above as another "No" response! Keep dancing and deflecting folks. Again, would GZ have "needed" to kill TM if GZ had stayed in his vehicle? Yes or No? Tempus fugit!:)
Miami Nice

United States

#1067 Jul 18, 2013
AIias - Trish wrote:
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We know Zimmerman pursued Martin. We don't know what GZ did to get his azzz stumped, but he should have stayed in his vehicle (as suggested) and let the police take care of the kid and self defense wouldn't have been necessary. He felt confident with that 9mil and went looking for trouble and proved how easy it is to get away with murder.
Bottom line ... the kid didn't need to die that night.
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You are absolutely right, Thank You.
That twit is a BIGTIME idiot and there is no reasoning with that sort.
"We know Zimmerman pursued Martin."

Yes, upon that you can rely. Tho Zimmerman, as I have now realized was on a 'personal errand' and not riding as 'Neighborhood Watch'..nor was he a 'property owner' in the 'neighborhood'..he was a guest..

On the evening of February 26, 2012, Zimmerman observed Martin as he returned to the Twin Lakes housing community after having walked to a nearby convenience store. At the time, Zimmerman was driving through the neighborhood on a personal errand.

At approximately 7:09 PM Zimmerman called the Sanford police non-emergency number to report what he considered a suspicious person in the Twin Lakes community. Zimmerman stated, "We've had some break-ins in my neighborhood, and there's a real suspicious guy." He described an unknown male "just walking around looking about" in the rain and said, "This guy looks like he is up to no good or he is on drugs or something." Zimmerman reported that the person had his hand in his waistband and was walking around looking at homes. On the recording, Zimmerman is heard saying, "these assholes, they always get away."

About two minutes into the call, Zimmerman said, "he's running." The dispatcher asked, "He's running? Which way is he running?" The sound of a car door chime is heard, indicating Zimmerman opened his car door. Zimmerman followed Martin, eventually losing sight of him.The dispatcher asked Zimmerman if he was following him. When Zimmerman answered, "yeah," the dispatcher said, "We don't need you to do that." Zimmerman responded, "Okay."

Zimmerman asked that police call him upon their arrival so he could provide his location.Zimmerman ended the call at 7:15 p.m.

After Zimmerman ended his call with police, a violent encounter took place between Martin and Zimmerman, which ended when Zimmerman fatally shot Martin 70 yards (64 m) from the rear door of the townhouse where Martin was staying.
LOST IN MISSISSIPPI

Ludington, MI

#1070 Jul 18, 2013
Captn Morgan wrote:
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Wealth has already been taxed at the time it was earned/received. Income from the wealth (investments, etc.)is taxed. If your into confiscating wealth I suggest you check out Havana, Moscow or Caracas. I hear their into that sort of thing.
posts 1053 and 1064 were blocked by topix because I posted a link to George Mason University that proved what I was saying

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#1072 Jul 18, 2013
Chilli J wrote:
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To remind you, the question previously asked was: "If GZ hadn't followed this kid, after being told to stand down by the authorities (had GZ been an obedient little mall cop wannabe), would GZ have needed to kill TM? Yes or No?"
We know why you don't want to answer it! I'll take your reply above as another "No" response! Keep dancing and deflecting folks. Again, would GZ have "needed" to kill TM if GZ had stayed in his vehicle? Yes or No? Tempus fugit!:)
No, he wouldn't have needed to kill him in self defense. Apparently GZ didn't have a crystal ball in his vehicle. If he had one then maybe he would stay in the vehicle rather than be attacked by TM.

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#1073 Jul 18, 2013
Blue_Eye_Gemini wrote:
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DORK will you stop sending me PM's asking me to go to bed with you. I am not interested in your breed! Now please stop sending me such sick PM's begging for me to do you.
I'll pass!
Hey, wait a minute.....Dondo!!! What about me???

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#1074 Jul 18, 2013
Chilli J wrote:
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To remind you, the question previously asked was: "If GZ hadn't followed this kid, after being told to stand down by the authorities (had GZ been an obedient little mall cop wannabe), would GZ have needed to kill TM? Yes or No?"
We know why you don't want to answer it! I'll take your reply above as another "No" response! Keep dancing and deflecting folks. Again, would GZ have "needed" to kill TM if GZ had stayed in his vehicle? Yes or No? Tempus fugit!:)
Besides being answered by "SLACK" in the post above, your question has been answered by many posters throughout this thread. Zimmerman was never told to standdown by any authorities, thus, your question is pointless. But carry on with your race baiting, Frannie. LoL.

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#1075 Jul 18, 2013
Chilli J wrote:
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To remind you, the question previously asked was: "If GZ hadn't followed this kid, after being told to stand down by the authorities (had GZ been an obedient little mall cop wannabe), would GZ have needed to kill TM? Yes or No?"
We know why you don't want to answer it! I'll take your reply above as another "No" response! Keep dancing and deflecting folks. Again, would GZ have "needed" to kill TM if GZ had stayed in his vehicle? Yes or No? Tempus fugit!:)
is following someone against the law , didn't George have a right to be there? did George grab Martin from behind ?? it would appear if Martin had continued to walk and call 9 1 1 he would still be alive
LOST IN MISSISSIPPI

Ludington, MI

#1077 Jul 18, 2013
65007noogard wrote:
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Besides being answered by "SLACK" in the post above, your question has been answered by many posters throughout this thread. Zimmerman was never told to standdown by any authorities, thus, your question is pointless. But carry on with your race baiting, Frannie. LoL.
you know that is not me

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Everett, WA

#1079 Jul 18, 2013
Chilli J wrote:
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To remind you, the question previously asked was: "If GZ hadn't followed this kid, after being told to stand down by the authorities (had GZ been an obedient little mall cop wannabe), would GZ have needed to kill TM? Yes or No?"
We know why you don't want to answer it! I'll take your reply above as another "No" response! Keep dancing and deflecting folks. Again, would GZ have "needed" to kill TM if GZ had stayed in his vehicle? Yes or No? Tempus fugit!:)
A couple of points, after being advised not to follow Martin, not told, the dispatcher cannot order but can suggest he even testified to that fact, George said "Okay" and it seems he stopped following Martin. again according to him. He then went looking for a street address to give to the police. Again, this is according to George's testimony. I do agree that he had does have of course benefit from his own statement.

Still, I look at his statement to the police the same way I would look at a scientific theory. If he was wrong or lying sooner or later the evidence should contradict him. It didn't. His statement, that he repeated several times, and this was before he lawyerd up, was fairly consistent. Every time you tell a story there will be some variation as your mind will emphasize some points more than others. The gist of it will essentially be the same. If it is a lie two different things can happen. The suspect either makes a gross error and is inconsistent, or he is almost word for word the same in his telling. It is very hard to have that natural variation that we all do in recounting "the truth".

All of the evidence that came out in the trial supported George's story. There was no evidence of "vigilante" behavior by him. Yes, both people made errors that night. Georges errors were not criminal, Trayvon's was.

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