i am only scared because i myself am scary

if it wasn’t for the roaches in the walls, there’d be no one who could stand me

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Vegans schooled by Big-Tity Honker’s


Vegans schooled by Big-Tity Honker’s

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Asshole abuser alert for anyone in the Virginia state area:

OKCupid user “coconut-pete” is an abuser.

Here is my testimonial. We dated briefly a few years ago. Due to an undesireable living situation, I moved out of my place and moved in with him into a small house that was…

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haha everyone’s cooler and more interesting than me ^__^

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Tim with that Bobby Briggs haircut.

Tim with that Bobby Briggs haircut.

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"Did you know that, no matter the evidence, if a jury feels a law is unjust, it is permitted to “nullify” the law rather than finding someone guilty? Basically, jury nullification is a jury’s way of saying, “By the letter of the law, the defendant is guilty, but we also disagree with that law, so we vote to not punish the accused.” Ultimately, the verdict serves as an acquittal.

Haven’t heard of jury nullification? Don’t feel bad; you’re far from alone. If anything, your unfamiliarity is by design. Generally, defense lawyers are not allowed to even mention jury nullification as a possibility during a trial because judges prefer juries to follow the general protocols rather than delivering independent verdicts.

Surprisingly, the Supreme Court has routinely agreed that judges have no obligation to inform juries about jury nullification. Paradoxically, jury nullification is permitted to exist as an option to all juries, yet this option cannot be discussed in most courtrooms.
Jury nullification is undoubtedly feared because of its ability to upset the system. A jury that considers drug laws to be outrageous can nullify. A jury that is aware of the mass inequality in incarceration rates and believes a defendant was targeted via racial profiling can nullify. A jury that believes a harmless defendant is a victim of the prison industrial complex rather than a perpetrator can nullify. This counter-verdict exists so that citizens can right the wrongs inherent in our supposed “justice” system.

Of course, as the New York Times points out, jury nullification hasn’t always been used to “do good.” Historically, racist southern juries have nullified cases involving hate crimes and overly optimistic juries have nullified instances of police brutality, unwilling to fault police officers. However, if you agree that an informed jury can produce the correct verdict, nullification remains a valuable tool in the pursuit of justice."

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New Yankee Roses song maybe? Idk. Whatcha think? Early Waits? Waylon? Willie? Idk.

The more I listen to this the more I’m
proud of it.

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