|me:||It seems that I am not immediately excellent at this
|me:||it is because I am a failure
|me:||everything I touch dies
still laughing about yesterday during gender/sexuality studies class when our professor had everyone chant “VAGINA! PENIS! VAGINA!” a few times to make us more comfortable with saying those terms
and this girl just stands up slowly and says “…this… this isn’t math class…”
Georgia Restores Gun Rights To Ex-Cop Who Tried To Sexually Assault A Woman With His Gun →
Dennis Krauss was dispatched to the home of a woman who called 911 alleging that her husband had hit her. Rather than arresting the husband, however, Krauss asked the victim to ride with him in his police car. Once she was in his car, “Krauss told the victim that he could take her to jail if he wanted to” or, if she did not want to be arrested, she could have sex with him instead. Krauss’ words, according to the court opinion, were “[w]e can go to the motel or you can go to jail.”
At the motel, Krauss drew his service weapon and told the woman that he wanted to anally penetrate her with the gun. When she refused, and began to cry, “Krauss then pushed her back, pulled off her pants, and had sex with her.” And then he drove her home to the same husband that led her to call the police in the first place.
Krauss was convicted of sexual assault against a person in custody, and this one instance of sexual assault is far from the only allegation against him. According to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, “[h]is record was filled with allegations of misconduct: that he beat a prisoner so severely the man’s brain bled; that he threatened to fabricate charges against a suspect so he could sleep with the man’s wife; that he pressured at least 10 women for sex to avoid arrest.” The former cop, for his part, is unrepentant. When asked about his sexual assault conviction, he claims that “[t]here wasn’t any crime,” and that “I was dealt a bad hand.”
And yet, in July of 2013, the Georgia State Board of Pardons and Paroles restored Krauss’ right to carry a firearm. According to a Journal-Constitution tally, he is one of 358 violent felons who regained these rights over a six year period. That includes 32 violent felons who killed someone, and 44 who committed sex crimes.
Not many people know this, but in many states, convicted felons with a record of violence lose their right to vote, but not their right to bear arms.
This is the kind of shit that needs to be brought to light along with the Michael Brown shooting. Darren Wilson is getting support because 1. People are racists, but also 2. Because we have this idea in our heads that police don’t do wrong, and that having a police badge gives you some sort of die-hard esque ‘license to kill’. We have lost the vision that police are supposed to be community supporters and protectors. It’s sickening.
"Poverty is not an accident. Like slavery and apartheid, it is man-made and can be removed by the actions of human beings."
Someone please sum up what I need to know for chemistry and algebra 2 and French 1 and world history
h2o, a2 + b2 = c2, oui oui baguette eiffel tower, obama