Of course you will, spanks. You aren't a heretic. You are very much a slave to one typical American worldview.
In any regard, what your latest story on the story?
As is typical of springer_lol, he leaves out the most important details. Per the NY Times:
Despite repeated stops to check on Mr. Gray, the van driver, Officer Caesar R. Goodson Jr., and other officers never belted him in, she said, at times leaving him facedown on the van floor with his hands behind him. Though there has been speculation that the police intentionally gave Mr. Gray a “rough ride,” intended to slam him against the metal walls of the van, Ms. Mosby did not refer to that possibility. She charged only Officer Goodson with second-degree murder, the most serious crime facing the six officers; he was also accused of manslaughter, assault and misconduct in office.
Mr. Gray’s condition deteriorated, she said, as officers repeatedly ignored his pleas for medical attention and ignored obvious signs that he was in distress. At one point, she said, when officers attempted to check on him, Mr. Gray was completely unresponsive — yet no action was taken. He died of his injuries a week later.
Without knowing the details of what actually occurred, it seems to me that the charges to some of the officers are overblown and will probably be dropped. However, it seems like a strong case can and should be deployed against Goodson and a few of the officers. Let the courts sort out the actual cupability.
You've watched the video and still think Gray wasn't injured?
LOL. You've been my #1 go-to person when I need a laugh at humanity. You rarely disappoint!
I was just in Chicago this past month with the family. It's a fantastically beautiful city and everyone was incredibly entertained (from baby to wife). Unfortunately it has some rough edges that need to be improved, but overall it's a great city.
Watch the video, champ (or ignore it so you don't have to acknowledge your own stupidity). Then come back to us with "Benghazi!", or something else that's equally as expected or hilarious!
springer_lol said, "LMAO@U - the facts are coming out. And much like all the rest of the cases this one will turn out to be rioting over nothing yet again. It must take enormous effort to maintain such ignorance as yours."
The facts ARE coming out AND while it's not surprising that you've done an about face on the story twice now (you always blow your load early on bad or incomplete data), it is NO surprise that you're picking and choosing which points to touch upon (that's probably more a product of you getting news from highly partisan sources).
Like I said, champ. I can't wait until you flip and flop a couple more times before you settle on some highly romanticized tale. I'm sure your next version will be equally as entertaining!
What is this, story #3 on the Gray incident. I can't wait to hear the next iteration of the tale come Saturday!
You're failing badly at your "aim", boo bear. And that is expected. Even the half wits laugh at your vapid posts.
Anyhow, here you are waving your arms like a princess once again. Same as you did one year ago. Then you turtled away, like expected as the economy again picked up steam. Blaming everything on "tarnished data". The same data that you seem jubilant to cite on this lovely April day. And it is a lovely April day, no (rhetorical question)?
Prove to us that you can break down data without sparking a fire with your brain, pup.
I also wanted to add an observation. Do dads who have grown children in your part of Michigan regularly use the word "moron"? That's pretty hilarious if so!
Heh. Are you telling me there's an octopus that could potentially become a septipus (if it loses the arm you forked) running loose somewhere in FL?
Heh. That's another reading fail by springer_lol. The list is long and storied!
The "opinion" is from Wells Fargo and an economic-based research group, champ. It's of consequence, especially since you laid out a hyper-simplistic version of the data. Speaking of economic data, since when do you cite it without being hyper-sensitive or allergic to them? LOL.
you really are stupid, remember last year around this time when the economy contracted due to the severe weather? Remember your tune? Remember how you retreated into a dark cave the moment the economy began to pick up steam for the remainder of the year?
Take a deep breath, grow up, get a grip of yourself and stop blaming every single tiny event on one person or one party. Unless of course you want to continue looking like a hack that is.
I'd say you're the queen (or king) of vapid remarks, champ.
Per Wells Fargo:
...in a research note that the U.S. economy “looks poised to repeat the pattern it exhibited in 2014 — a weak Q1 followed by a rebound back to steadier growth for the remainder of the year.”
and...Macroeconomic Advisers, a St. Louis-based research group, says the severe winter trimmed 0.8 percentage points from the annualized first quarter figure.
mgl0053 said, "No, just projecting the next logical place where you freaks want to go, you freak!!"
Or you're projecting the things you need saving from, which is why you're so against equality and why you strangely talk about animal love. Stay away from Elsie and Fido, mgl0053. They need protecting from you.