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    StrykerUSMC got a reaction from Rocking_Star101 in You know when you play LSPDFR too much when......   
    ...I'm done being on the road after a real patrol I hop on the computer to do the same thing, no life work and play intertwined... 
    (I'm a police volunteer and study a BS in Criminal Justice) 

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    StrykerUSMC got a reaction from thegreathah in GTA - CHiPs video   
    Just wanted to post a easter egg I found while surfing the net. No I didn't do this and don't claim any credit, but I was listening to the theme song of CHiPs and had to find out if someone did a GTA V intro on this... To my surprise this is the perfect version of the like that matched the actual intro.
     
     
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    StrykerUSMC got a reaction from lilmisschloe in Casual handcuff animation?   
    Good point, perhaps an option for this along with the current one, say between 'soft-arrest' or 'hard-arrest' as an option.
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    StrykerUSMC got a reaction from SaucyPow3r in Casual handcuff animation?   
    Good point, perhaps an option for this along with the current one, say between 'soft-arrest' or 'hard-arrest' as an option.
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    StrykerUSMC got a reaction from xmirror in LSPDFR More Playable Peds   
    That ped with the traffic vest on would be great for night time check point stations. When I work DWI checkpoints at night everyone where's reflective vests like those, so I can see the application for those if used right.
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    StrykerUSMC reacted to l3ubba in Hillary Clinton's Email Server   
    No one is saying she should be treated differently. The FBI is conducting their investigation and they will determine if any security violations occurred.
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    StrykerUSMC got a reaction from Black Jesus in Fatal Police Shooting Sparks Unrest   
    The suspect had a gun, why people protest the kid's shooting idk, if they didn't like it then I wonder how they would feel if their town turned into places like Chicago or Detroit or even Baltimore, you know Baltimore in May of last year had 43 homicides alone for that month... When the people are in danger they scream for police to help dialing 911, but when the police act in a manner that follows the color of law and duty as well as protect self and others the people scream and complain.
    Where was the outrage from the 'people' and the 'protesters' when this happened (http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2015/06/11/ryan-bolinger-des-moines-police_n_7560874.html) ... I hate how the media skews the news and a published article said Ferguson recently talked about the increasing flow of warrants after the FBI investigation concluded seemingly 'targeting' ethnic minorities. When I did my research I found that in that city accordingly to the U.S. Census the minorities outweighed the Caucasian population significantly by more than 
    White - 6,206 vs minorities 14,997 that means if you were to subtract them out you still have 8,791 more minority individuals living in Ferguson. Therefore, it wouldn't be uncommon to have police have more interaction with ethnic minorities in that area versus the Caucasian population... The police department really doesn't have much choice but to deal with the individuals in the city that they serve and shouldn't be scrutinized by racial discrimination too overly excessive given the census population discussed earlier... Their chances of individual interaction by minorities are going to be higher than if you have a department in some remote North Dakota city or a New England area city where racial demographics are going to be different.
    Lastly, let not forget that even though the U.S. Civil War concluded a long time ago, and people have spread out since then, consider the fact that a majority of minority rooted families are still entrenched in much of the lower 48 states of the union therefore law enforcement would be at a slight disadvantage due to many of the ethnic populations that live in the lower 48 or southern states. This is purely just opinion however, in any case stronger emphasis should be placed on strengthening education regarding ethnic minorities and how to interact with them as well as enhance community policing to build bridges and relationships with the people in the neighborhood's, again, just my opinion.
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    StrykerUSMC got a reaction from TheDivineHustle in Hillary Clinton's Email Server   
    Short and sweet here...
    When I was a Marine, it was highly illegal and unauthorized to use and/or transfer classified documents from a classified machine to a non-classified machine. So... what was allegedly done here should be no exception regardless of who it is. If appropriate laws were broken in the keepsake of classified documents on a personal server, then the user/owner of that server should be held accountable for the unauthorized use and transfer of classified/sensitive documents on a non-classified device.
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    StrykerUSMC got a reaction from TheDivineHustle in Fatal Police Shooting Sparks Unrest   
    The suspect had a gun, why people protest the kid's shooting idk, if they didn't like it then I wonder how they would feel if their town turned into places like Chicago or Detroit or even Baltimore, you know Baltimore in May of last year had 43 homicides alone for that month... When the people are in danger they scream for police to help dialing 911, but when the police act in a manner that follows the color of law and duty as well as protect self and others the people scream and complain.
    Where was the outrage from the 'people' and the 'protesters' when this happened (http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2015/06/11/ryan-bolinger-des-moines-police_n_7560874.html) ... I hate how the media skews the news and a published article said Ferguson recently talked about the increasing flow of warrants after the FBI investigation concluded seemingly 'targeting' ethnic minorities. When I did my research I found that in that city accordingly to the U.S. Census the minorities outweighed the Caucasian population significantly by more than 
    White - 6,206 vs minorities 14,997 that means if you were to subtract them out you still have 8,791 more minority individuals living in Ferguson. Therefore, it wouldn't be uncommon to have police have more interaction with ethnic minorities in that area versus the Caucasian population... The police department really doesn't have much choice but to deal with the individuals in the city that they serve and shouldn't be scrutinized by racial discrimination too overly excessive given the census population discussed earlier... Their chances of individual interaction by minorities are going to be higher than if you have a department in some remote North Dakota city or a New England area city where racial demographics are going to be different.
    Lastly, let not forget that even though the U.S. Civil War concluded a long time ago, and people have spread out since then, consider the fact that a majority of minority rooted families are still entrenched in much of the lower 48 states of the union therefore law enforcement would be at a slight disadvantage due to many of the ethnic populations that live in the lower 48 or southern states. This is purely just opinion however, in any case stronger emphasis should be placed on strengthening education regarding ethnic minorities and how to interact with them as well as enhance community policing to build bridges and relationships with the people in the neighborhood's, again, just my opinion.
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    StrykerUSMC got a reaction from Lee10 in Fatal Police Shooting Sparks Unrest   
    The suspect had a gun, why people protest the kid's shooting idk, if they didn't like it then I wonder how they would feel if their town turned into places like Chicago or Detroit or even Baltimore, you know Baltimore in May of last year had 43 homicides alone for that month... When the people are in danger they scream for police to help dialing 911, but when the police act in a manner that follows the color of law and duty as well as protect self and others the people scream and complain.
    Where was the outrage from the 'people' and the 'protesters' when this happened (http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2015/06/11/ryan-bolinger-des-moines-police_n_7560874.html) ... I hate how the media skews the news and a published article said Ferguson recently talked about the increasing flow of warrants after the FBI investigation concluded seemingly 'targeting' ethnic minorities. When I did my research I found that in that city accordingly to the U.S. Census the minorities outweighed the Caucasian population significantly by more than 
    White - 6,206 vs minorities 14,997 that means if you were to subtract them out you still have 8,791 more minority individuals living in Ferguson. Therefore, it wouldn't be uncommon to have police have more interaction with ethnic minorities in that area versus the Caucasian population... The police department really doesn't have much choice but to deal with the individuals in the city that they serve and shouldn't be scrutinized by racial discrimination too overly excessive given the census population discussed earlier... Their chances of individual interaction by minorities are going to be higher than if you have a department in some remote North Dakota city or a New England area city where racial demographics are going to be different.
    Lastly, let not forget that even though the U.S. Civil War concluded a long time ago, and people have spread out since then, consider the fact that a majority of minority rooted families are still entrenched in much of the lower 48 states of the union therefore law enforcement would be at a slight disadvantage due to many of the ethnic populations that live in the lower 48 or southern states. This is purely just opinion however, in any case stronger emphasis should be placed on strengthening education regarding ethnic minorities and how to interact with them as well as enhance community policing to build bridges and relationships with the people in the neighborhood's, again, just my opinion.
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    StrykerUSMC got a reaction from TheRealNoodle in Your best LSPDFR screenshots?   
    My famous arrest of Trevor Phillips off of US Route 1 :)
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    StrykerUSMC got a reaction from JUMBOxSIZE in Casual handcuff animation?   
    Good point, perhaps an option for this along with the current one, say between 'soft-arrest' or 'hard-arrest' as an option.
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    StrykerUSMC reacted to FCV96 in Real 'Batman' tragically struck by motorist   
    It is often said that real heroes don't wear capes.  That conclusion was incorrect in this case.  RIP Mr. Robinson.
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    StrykerUSMC reacted to CouthInk4 in Real 'Batman' tragically struck by motorist   
    I read about this on the Batman FB page.. I loved this guy. Such a tragedy he died. 
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    StrykerUSMC reacted to Simulator4515 in Real 'Batman' tragically struck by motorist   
    Wow I remember watching that traffic stop long ago. Very sad to see this but at least he lived his life giving back to others, what a great guy.
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    StrykerUSMC got a reaction from Simulator4515 in Real 'Batman' tragically struck by motorist   
    Today a tragic event took place where we lost a true hero, Batman, or Lenny who would visit children in hospitals and out of his own time and money bring hope to those who fight to live each day. He was lost when he was struck by a motorist on a highway when his batmobile broke down. He was made famous when he was pulled over by police when they noticed he had a batman emblem on his license plate, he was in full Batman costume. Full article below.
    CNN - 'Batman' who visited children in hospitals killed when car hits Batmobile
    Be sure to see the video below on YouTube, tells the story of Lenny, the real Batman who is a hero to lots of children.
    Video about 'Lenny' the real Batman
    https://youtu.be/1GGSF8Kfxk8
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    StrykerUSMC reacted to thegreathah in Real 'Batman' tragically struck by motorist   
    He was one of the good ones 
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    StrykerUSMC reacted to SaucyPow3r in Real 'Batman' tragically struck by motorist   
    Rest in Peace, Lenny Robinson 
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    StrykerUSMC got a reaction from nikkolaus in To the admins. Uniform templates   
    Having a repository that will host all standardized templates would be ideal like how in the downloads people can download different things, but this would be just a list of texture templates for various models to choose from to help skinners like me create proper setups on a model. *I'd seen the thread by Sam hosting the first four model texture templates, but hope to see a more formal repository later.
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    StrykerUSMC got a reaction from thegreathah in Your best LSPDFR screenshots?   
    My famous arrest of Trevor Phillips off of US Route 1 :)
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    StrykerUSMC got a reaction from Sonny236 in Casual handcuff animation?   
    Good point, perhaps an option for this along with the current one, say between 'soft-arrest' or 'hard-arrest' as an option.
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    StrykerUSMC got a reaction from imadoofus in To the admins. Uniform templates   
    Having a repository that will host all standardized templates would be ideal like how in the downloads people can download different things, but this would be just a list of texture templates for various models to choose from to help skinners like me create proper setups on a model. *I'd seen the thread by Sam hosting the first four model texture templates, but hope to see a more formal repository later.
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    StrykerUSMC got a reaction from lilmisschloe in [WIP][REL][UPDATED 08/AUG/2015] Police Radio [Tow, Coroner, PlateChecker, Pit Request, Tackle Suspect... and probably more...]   
    Well I thinking of changing the coroner van to the ambulance, more realistic so I would want the peds inside to be the EMT guys also.
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    StrykerUSMC got a reaction from MayhemMercenary in Violence Resumes (again) in Ferguson   
    The word usage of 'disenfranchised' was used wrong, I don't think these people had been deprived of their right to vote.
    disenfranchised 1 adjdeprived of the rights of citizenship especially the right to vote
    ...Any way, the family or the community erected a memorial plaque at the sidewalk of the shooting, there is a photo of it just search YouTube, however I blame the media and perceptions of the people for skewing the situation beyond the facts and into hearsay and assumption. They are all in denial or do not want to face the fact that just prior to the event in question M. Brown robbed a store, was reported and soon after assaulted a peace officer for his weapon which in turn constitutes use of force in defense of self and or others. No one goes for an officer's weapon unless there was intent to use it... But then nobody wants to remember in the end he was a criminal doing the wrong thing and being at the wrong place at the wrong time just like anyone else caught or taken down.
    Remember the L.A. Riots? Cost projections was $1 Billion, now think about Ferguson, though I keep in mind that the percentage of the group is a small minority however those who go beyond the 'protest in peaceful assembly' have taken to destroying their community have cost needlessly lives and devalues the community including damaging businesses run by families who may need them to make a living.
    Those who loot & riot I firmly believe should be processed as domestic terrorists under U.S. Code Title 18, Part 1 Chapter 113B § 2331.
    Part (A) - Rioters in Ferguson throw Molotov cocktails, rocks, bottles, assault and shoot both officers and unintended pedestrians caught in the crossfire. Therefore involve acts that are dangerous to human life and is a violation of criminal law of the U.S. and the State within.
    Part (B) Appear to be intended--
    (i) Oh yes, the civilian population is intimidated, recent articles have discussed the fear of some parents who live in the area fear for the safety of their children or of themselves on the streets because of the unrest and riots. This is to include that of which of the businesses that were damaged, looted or destroyed as a result raising fears further.
    (ii) This most certainly caused local, state and federal government to be influenced to take action on part because of the excessive unrest resulting of the incident.
    (iii) The conduct of the rioters have affected the government through its mass destruction of damaging, looting and burning of buildings, businesses, cars, and law enforcement vehicles. Including shootings...
    (C) All of which was right here in the good ole U.S.A.
     
     
     
    What ever happen to assemble peaceably and to petition the government as inscribed in the 1st Amendment, don't think it said anything about the subject above presented...
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    StrykerUSMC got a reaction from TheDivineHustle in Violence Resumes (again) in Ferguson   
    The word usage of 'disenfranchised' was used wrong, I don't think these people had been deprived of their right to vote.
    disenfranchised 1 adjdeprived of the rights of citizenship especially the right to vote
    ...Any way, the family or the community erected a memorial plaque at the sidewalk of the shooting, there is a photo of it just search YouTube, however I blame the media and perceptions of the people for skewing the situation beyond the facts and into hearsay and assumption. They are all in denial or do not want to face the fact that just prior to the event in question M. Brown robbed a store, was reported and soon after assaulted a peace officer for his weapon which in turn constitutes use of force in defense of self and or others. No one goes for an officer's weapon unless there was intent to use it... But then nobody wants to remember in the end he was a criminal doing the wrong thing and being at the wrong place at the wrong time just like anyone else caught or taken down.
    Remember the L.A. Riots? Cost projections was $1 Billion, now think about Ferguson, though I keep in mind that the percentage of the group is a small minority however those who go beyond the 'protest in peaceful assembly' have taken to destroying their community have cost needlessly lives and devalues the community including damaging businesses run by families who may need them to make a living.
    Those who loot & riot I firmly believe should be processed as domestic terrorists under U.S. Code Title 18, Part 1 Chapter 113B § 2331.
    Part (A) - Rioters in Ferguson throw Molotov cocktails, rocks, bottles, assault and shoot both officers and unintended pedestrians caught in the crossfire. Therefore involve acts that are dangerous to human life and is a violation of criminal law of the U.S. and the State within.
    Part (B) Appear to be intended--
    (i) Oh yes, the civilian population is intimidated, recent articles have discussed the fear of some parents who live in the area fear for the safety of their children or of themselves on the streets because of the unrest and riots. This is to include that of which of the businesses that were damaged, looted or destroyed as a result raising fears further.
    (ii) This most certainly caused local, state and federal government to be influenced to take action on part because of the excessive unrest resulting of the incident.
    (iii) The conduct of the rioters have affected the government through its mass destruction of damaging, looting and burning of buildings, businesses, cars, and law enforcement vehicles. Including shootings...
    (C) All of which was right here in the good ole U.S.A.
     
     
     
    What ever happen to assemble peaceably and to petition the government as inscribed in the 1st Amendment, don't think it said anything about the subject above presented...
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