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  1. these guys talking about leverage thinking everyone’s on margin accounts

  2. That was one of the most dissonant moments, like who’s levered? what where who how? it felt like just throwing some words out to fill time.

  3. yes, that answer is yes. i’ve casually noticed for months

  4. Yeah I don't know, pathfinding and problem solving like this seems to be a pretty basic and animalistic trait. This puppy is just derping

  5. yeah the fundamentals of what other comment said is true, but this isn’t a good example. I don’t think ive had a single pet that wouldn’t have gone out the door.

  6. Considering the OJ Simpson case had just happened 2 years prior to the JB murder, and DNA evidence was an absolutely massive part of the Simpson trial and national discussion, I would have to disagree with you 100%

  7. Have to agree, I was a child myself then, I didn’t have a detective or doctor in the family, and I knew about dna evidence. so… affluent educated adults certainly may have.

  8. The problem is that most customers are not able to differentiate between Genesis lending and Gemini. And it doesn’t really matter at this point. If Gemini was smart they would have stopped offering that product after the Celsius debacle.

  9. I wonder why they did not, maybe it was still profitable on their end.

  10. 35.4%, with 19 stories. Pretty depressing.

  11. 35.4 & 11 stories here. I wonder how they figure for stories vs total coverage? They’re definitely not lockstep. hmmm

  12. Maybe they think you'd be in a more prominent news outlet. I believe most of mine were local papers.

  13. Very interesting, none of mine were local. Even though major city —- i guess so major they don’t do enough local news.

  14. I just saw someone almost walk into one going up yesterday and someone get killed by this. What’s going on with these elevators

  15. Can i ask if it was this same style, small, with the gate?

  16. You're absolutely correct, eye color COULD BE mistaken.. or not remembered incorrectly. That's why they wouldn't have released the 'witnesses" eye description. Eye color is a pretty significant identifying trait, they wouldn't have released it unless they were 100% sure of it's accuracy. The only way it could've been 100% is from his DNA. Because that make-believe witness wouldn't have been a reliable source of information...

  17. Using DNA, eye color can only be guessed something like 50-90% accuracy depending on the dna(not dna quality, but literally the alles, even if you know all of them). As a matter of fact, most, if not all, standard identifying traits cannot be determined via a pristine DNA sample.

  18. I will honestly never understand why the freeze reaction is a thing.. like the brains like oh shit, I'm in danger, let's just not do anything and see how it pans out

  19. It’s ancient; After breathing, eating, fucking; The most ancient and basic parts of our brains are reflexes that helped keep our ancestors (not necessarily modern humans) alive for millions of years. Because these Flight, Fight, Freeze reflexes are life preserving, it is hardwired into many animals. See: antelope in the tall grass, freezing makes them less visible to predators. Not super useful to us, but imperative to our small rodent-like, or small primate ancestors, so imperative that it’s still hardwired today.

  20. I was thinking the same thing, until I noticed the video started with this guy's entire arm on the back of her chair. I think she just found a light-hearted way to deal with that.

  21. These situations i think the best non confrontational remedy is usually same-for-same. Someone has their bag on the last available subway seat? move like you’re going to sit on it. Someone hogging leg room on a plane? Put your feet in your space anyway. Here, if you don’t like confrontation, the thing to do is the lean back and knock the arm off, or take off jacket and throw it over back. You can be creative, but grabbing the stranger’s body part is escalating.

  22. Nah am I the only one who’d be annoyed? Leave me to my business

  23. yeah, it’s way inappropriate. If a stranger at a bar grabbed my wrist from behind I think I might react differently & before I even had a chance to see their face. I hate when thinly veiled misogynists try to call out women for doing things men can’t get away with, when their gender really does make a difference, but this is not one of those things. I think she was def expecting a privilege. (Most people know this wouldn’t be cool) luckily she was in fact afforded the privilege she expected.

  24. Something about the pet theory; the wife and daughter worked at a vet, right? Even if they died at home, I’ve always had my cats cremated & taken home in a nice little oak or cherry box. I like the pet idea, but also noting I think it likely someone who works in a place like they did would go the professional and have their pet cremated.

  25. This is kind of dumb though, their system is dumb too, but it’s very unlikely within that woman’s control or salary to fix or even forward, a technical issue that will resolve your bill. Should have written to or reached out to accounting. Or just paid the bill once and never bother with them again.

  26. When Kelsi was on Best Case Worst Case, she was asked to describe Abby a little bit after describing Libbyd personality. She hesitated and noted that she's reluctant to do that in general but shared a few things.

  27. oxcams razor here: i wouldn’t be surprised if not discussing the non-kin, murdered, minor, child on a national stage, is something both families do out of curtesy, if not in a deliberate agreement.

  28. I'm referring to opportunities to describe who the girls were in life, not details of their death. You misunderstand my post completely.

  29. Nope. I don’t see why you think murder itself would be the only thing they might keep boundaries about. Frankly, rude of you to speculate about friction between the victims families based on that weird assumption.

  30. She put her Facebook back up and still had posts with him in them. I don’t understand this move at all. Does not seem like she wants to distance herself from him.

  31. Are you sure it is her and not someone spoofing as her?

  32. I’m not sure he or anyone in his situation would realize exactly how expensive it can be or that his wife would have to abandon her job and home for safety. This was almost 10 years ago, but my wife got caught up in small legal trouble when a friend of hers was shop lifting and they both got arrested and charged (yay for Walmart). It cost 8 grand to have a lawyer negotiate a plea deal to avoid a trial in which she was innocent. Another friend who was once a PD told us to just pay it and get out because once you’re caught in the gears of the machine it’s incredibly hard to get you out. So, for $8,000 we got to pay a $900 fine, she had to take a course on impulse control, and do 90 days of probation that’d be stricken from her record all for a crime she didn’t commit. Mounting a murder defense? Hundereds of thousands at minimum and good lawyers won’t even talk to you if they know you can’t pay it. Your best chance is some up and comer trying to make a name for themselves and they are not as common as some may think. I’m not sure about Indiana, but in my state if the death penalty is on the table the courts will pay a stipend to a private attorney, but it’s still not enough to be super effective when it comes to the costs of trial.

  33. I would assume I need to have a minimum of 10k for any case at all that is high stakes enough to want a lawyer for.

  34. can we do some type of awareness campaign where we flair maps of the USA that exclude the District of Columbia? These are an unpleasant reminder of no representation in congress, but the here not even on just-for-fun statistical maps; It stings every time.

  35. How did you find yours? Think I should’ve gotten one because I was definitely on beta who within 24-48 hrs. but I looked and can’t find. Was it in gamestop wallet/ loopring?

  36. This right here. I do think there’s parts of this investigation ISP fumbled, but if RA was on their radar, they couldn’t just get a search warrant because they thought “hmm, he’s suspicious”

  37. yeah, did anyone else notice that during Monday’s press conference DC said “and I feel like I’ve known for a long time“. ? in the context I don’t know what it meant but I thought it could be taken as he had suspicion well before.

  38. super spooky ai stuff going on in the last two photos. maybe the others too but didn’t look hard.

  39. If they say no, you could ask to switch rooms at some halfway point or on the lease anniversary if you sign up for another year. It's a pain, but they'll get the point.

  40. They way my mom had us split things as a child. One splits the item in "half" and the other picks. If the rent is 1k (basic numbers) and one offers 600/400 for the rent split with the bigger room being 600 the other person can make the choice on which they'd rather get.

  41. My mom used to do the same, nothing works better when you want things to be equal 1/2 & 1/2, but not necessarily in all cases for ‘fairness’ which is subjective.

  42. Sure, but if they say “no, I’m good” and they have a right to, then you have to move out entirely or reveal your bluff.

  43. They are referring to the fact that NOT ONE of the clients has ever been identified, not even in her own court case.

  44. well Filthy Prince Andrew, although he was IDed by a victim not the courts or LE

  45. ill believe it when they arrest their first billionaire, unfortunately institutions have history of only cracking down on people who can’t afford a drawn out legal fight against their own billions. Lets see if it’s the same old. hope we’re proven wrong but i have zero faith.

  46. I've been in television as an editor for going on 26 years. As a result, you couldn't get me in front of a camera with a gun to my head because I know how the sausage is made.

  47. I’ve had my words twisted for a neighborhood news story.(Major city though) It was embarassing because they took something I remarked in surprise and placed it after a different statement; it completely altered the presentation of my personality.

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