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Discussion in 'Press Talk' started by sand_man, Apr 28, 2016.
The sound of violence
The sky is falling....'cause some redneck shot his rifle in the air. That will be $5,000.00 please, and here's your receipt for the taxpayers.
Todd Franklin from the Washington Post says "whether a bullet kills or injures someone is an almost random outcome from a violent act".
If that's the case, you aint doing it right. I'm glad that the places that are being monitored by this technology are populated by people who are not doing it right. That makes me feel a lot better about my chances in a fight.
He must have been watching this Matt Steele video.
The super-modified gangster stance. Hmm... maybe I've been investing too much time into practicing grip, stance, accuracy, and speed reloads. It seems that best method may be to grasp one's noodle and let Biggie Smalls direct the lead from beyond the grave.
I'm having some trouble with the proper vocabulary. Maybe I should start listening to Rap music. What do you think?
lemmie see..first you put up microphones to record gun shots
to ''protect the children''
after everyone is used to the new pole, and it is all but forgotten,
that would be about a month, lol
you come back and do ''maintenance'' on the recording device.
now it can see and hear
It's not really the vocabulary that makes it difficult. Most of the words mean the same things as their English counterparts. It's the pronunciation that can be tricky. The trick is to relax. The words should sound as if you're too lazy to move your tongue and lips. Kind of like mumbling sprinkled with random profanities.
Yo dawg, it b' da gangsta, nah b' da "gangster".
Crazy Man Melton tried to get the Shotspotter system in Jackson yrs ago. Trust, But Verify
I was thinking that they did do this in Jackson.
The profanity part I get. Lips, huh? Maybe that's the problem. I guess you could call me lip challenged.
They might have, I never read anymore about it.