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Marietta, GA

Deputies shoot, kill hammer-wielding woman

For some reason the spellcheck corrected "to be" into "tone".  (Dec 20, 2010 | post #258)

Marietta, GA

Deputies shoot, kill hammer-wielding woman

Based on the statements I have read here I would never want tone a cop in Bartow. You are clearly unable to grasp that you expect your cops tone clairvoyant supermen. If you do anything other than comply with an officer's request, immediately and with zero ambiguity, expect that officer to react to protect themselves with any and all force at their disposal. It isn't a case of shoot first, ask questions later. It is a case of let the cops get the situation in hand, then sort it out. Expecting a cop to act as an impartial, all knowing, all seeing arbiter in the heat of battle is not only ignorant on your part, it reflects your overall ignorance of the real world.  (Dec 20, 2010 | post #230)

Marietta, GA

Deputies shoot, kill hammer-wielding woman

It's ignorance like yours that makes the job of peace officer so difficult. Do you actually expect any human being to not meet life-threatening force with life-threatening force? Cops are not some sort of comic book hero, with a magic dagger and bullet proof bodies. They are ordinary human beings, performing an extraordinary job, keeping everyone safe from each other. Whether this person was sane or insane is actually irrelevant. This was not a (semi) controlled environment like a jail or prison, where the officers can be expected to understand their tactical options. Your opinion smacks of the ignorance of someone whose understanding of life is formed more by sitting in front of a television than any actual life experience.  (Dec 19, 2010 | post #140)

Marietta, GA

Woman ejected from car and killed on Johnson Ferry Road

Wheeee...  (Dec 15, 2010 | post #1)

Marietta, GA

Marietta cashier turns tables on wouldbe robber, fatally ...

In an armed society the criminals fear the citizens, not the other way around.  (Dec 15, 2010 | post #2)

Honda CR-V

Noisy 1998 CRV

I am considering the purchase of a CRV from a friend. I love everything about the car except it seems to have a lot of road noise. It isn't isolated to the front (though my wife thinks it could be coming from there). It doesn't sound like CV joints (not clicking on turns). The transmission shifts smoothly and the engine runs like a well-oiled sewing machine. The tires are pretty worn but not to the point of showing thread. The tires aren't out of round or cupping. I'm wondering if this is normal for this car. One other thing, this is an AWD model.  (Feb 3, 2008 | post #1)