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Posted 11/12/16

octorockandroll wrote:
*expresses opinions on a country he isn't in*

*chastises someone else for doing the same*

Cute.


It's not just cute, it's adorable :excl:

But then, I didn't excuse violent riots in your streets.
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Amyas_Leigh wrote:


octorockandroll wrote:



How is anyone supposed to hear you talking about roads being blocked off and automatically think kidnappings were happening?
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Stopping someone's freedom of movement unlawfully, holding them their against their will = kidnapping

"example you showed was bullshit"
In what way? I was simply showing that blocking traffic isn't 'peaceful protesting'


Blocking traffic is defined as non-violent unlawful action as a form of protest, so yes, it's a peaceful protest, whether you agree with it or not. It can also be made legal with a permit. Even without a permit, it is not kidnapping.

Kidnap: to take away (someone) by force
-Merriam-Webster dictionary
you are not a kidnapper for blocking somebody's path. And the example you showed was bullshit because, as was already pointed out, the driver was equally implicated in the altercation.
Posted 11/12/16
Soon they will all return to their public housing, enjoy their subsidized heat, while eating steaks bought with food stamps as it get colder outside.
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Posted 11/12/16

Emtro wrote:


octorockandroll wrote:
*expresses opinions on a country he isn't in*

*chastises someone else for doing the same*

Cute.


It's not just cute, it's adorable :excl:

But then, I didn't excuse violent riots in your streets.


And I did not excuse violent riots in yours. Glad we could settle that.
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Posted 11/12/16 , edited 11/12/16

octorockandroll wrote:


Amyas_Leigh wrote:


octorockandroll wrote:



How is anyone supposed to hear you talking about roads being blocked off and automatically think kidnappings were happening?
.


Stopping someone's freedom of movement unlawfully, holding them their against their will = kidnapping

"example you showed was bullshit"
In what way? I was simply showing that blocking traffic isn't 'peaceful protesting'


Blocking traffic is defined as non-violent unlawful action as a form of protest, so yes, it's a peaceful protest, whether you agree with it or not. It can also be made legal with a permit. Even without a permit, it is not kidnapping.

Kidnap: to take away (someone) by force
-Merriam-Webster dictionary
you are not a kidnapper for blocking somebody's path. And the example you showed was bullshit because, as was already pointed out, the driver was equally implicated in the altercation.


Wrong. But thanks for playing you pog.
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Posted 11/12/16 , edited 11/12/16

Amyas_Leigh wrote:


qwueri wrote:


And your example failed to support your point.


My point was that blocking traffic, effectively kidnapping motorists, isn't peaceful.
My example showed the violence typical of a protest involving blocking traffic



Except that blocking traffic is nothing like kidnapping, and is largely peaceful until some jackass decides to get into an argument and use his vehicle as a battering ram.

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VZ68 wrote:


octorockandroll wrote:


Amyas_Leigh wrote:


octorockandroll wrote:



How is anyone supposed to hear you talking about roads being blocked off and automatically think kidnappings were happening?
.


Stopping someone's freedom of movement unlawfully, holding them their against their will = kidnapping

"example you showed was bullshit"
In what way? I was simply showing that blocking traffic isn't 'peaceful protesting'


Blocking traffic is defined as non-violent unlawful action as a form of protest, so yes, it's a peaceful protest, whether you agree with it or not. It can also be made legal with a permit. Even without a permit, it is not kidnapping.

Kidnap: to take away (someone) by force
-Merriam-Webster dictionary
you are not a kidnapper for blocking somebody's path. And the example you showed was bullshit because, as was already pointed out, the driver was equally implicated in the altercation.


Wrong. But thanks for playing you pog.


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Posted 11/12/16

octorockandroll wrote:


VZ68 wrote:


octorockandroll wrote:


Amyas_Leigh wrote:


octorockandroll wrote:



How is anyone supposed to hear you talking about roads being blocked off and automatically think kidnappings were happening?
.


Stopping someone's freedom of movement unlawfully, holding them their against their will = kidnapping

"example you showed was bullshit"
In what way? I was simply showing that blocking traffic isn't 'peaceful protesting'


Blocking traffic is defined as non-violent unlawful action as a form of protest, so yes, it's a peaceful protest, whether you agree with it or not. It can also be made legal with a permit. Even without a permit, it is not kidnapping.

Kidnap: to take away (someone) by force
-Merriam-Webster dictionary
you are not a kidnapper for blocking somebody's path. And the example you showed was bullshit because, as was already pointed out, the driver was equally implicated in the altercation.


Wrong. But thanks for playing you pog.


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Yeah, when it comes to the little thing called "the law"

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Posted 11/12/16
No president wants to bring the hammer down on his own citizens... unless it's a dictatorship.
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Posted 11/12/16

VZ68 wrote:


octorockandroll wrote:


VZ68 wrote:


octorockandroll wrote:


Blocking traffic is defined as non-violent unlawful action as a form of protest, so yes, it's a peaceful protest, whether you agree with it or not. It can also be made legal with a permit. Even without a permit, it is not kidnapping.

Kidnap: to take away (someone) by force
-Merriam-Webster dictionary
you are not a kidnapper for blocking somebody's path. And the example you showed was bullshit because, as was already pointed out, the driver was equally implicated in the altercation.


Wrong. But thanks for playing you pog.


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Yeah, when it comes to the little thing called "the law"




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Blocking traffic is defined as non-violent unlawful action as a form of protest


Making an argument that was already refuted. A+
Posted 11/12/16
It's very easy to confuse the accelerator peddle with the brake peddle in stressful situations. These types of accidents happen all the time. That is why it is unlawful for pedestrians to stand in the middle of the road whenever they feel like it.
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Posted 11/12/16

VZ68 wrote:

Yeah, when it comes to the little thing called "the law"



This law?
https://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/text/18/1201
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Posted 11/12/16 , edited 11/12/16

octorockandroll wrote:




the driver was equally implicated in the altercation.


By honking his horn?
You may as well say a woman wearing a short skirt is 'equally implicated' if she gets raped.

Note he didn't start driving until after the threats and they started stabbing at his head with their signs, what he did was completely legal.

'unlawfully holding people against their will isn't kidnapping'

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Xxanthar wrote:

It's very easy to confuse the accelerator peddle with the brake peddle in stressful situations. These types of accidents happen all the time. That is why it is unlawful for pedestrians to stand in the middle of the road whenever they feel like it.


It's also unlawful for a motorist to hit a pedestrian, and will almost certainly start a criminal investigation.
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octorockandroll wrote:
Making an argument that was already refuted. A+


Dude, your whole LIFE has been refuted. You come from a non-player country on the world market, you live in a non-player state of said country and you don't mean shit. You could die before your next reply and people wouldn't even care, because you aren't in the game at all.
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