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Also by Toounknown-51Fact .... Crosswalks aren't where you legally have to cross the road, they are there to help people who cant cross without them, amirite?
Also about Law+80Since in the U.S. Constitution, juvenile violent offenders, such as age 10, can't legally be convicted as adults, all States (including Pennsylvania who sought to convict then-11-year-old J. Brown as an adult) need to make that law so that juvenile violent offenders or their lawyer do not have to point that out or face the possibility of the juvenile being convicted as an adult, amirite?
Also about Law+49When the police take people's drugs, they are actually creating more demand, amirite?
Also about pride and worth+176Even if you don't achieve a goal, if you have pride in who you became along the way then it was worth the risk. amirite?
Also about worth and owning+148It's risky owning your own business, but it's way better than having to deal with a dickhead boss and coworkers. No matter what anybody says, it's not worth it to try and get along with people you hate. amirite?
Also about gun-25The US should try shutting down gun manufacturing companies and make it so that no one can carry a gun in public and see if the rate of people being murdered with guns declines, amirite?
Also about worth+156People determine the worth of money & "valuable" sediments. We could make tree bark worth millions if everybody agreed on it. amirite?
Also about worth and gun+218They could have named it anything they wanted. Cost Stamper.. Value Sticker.. even Worth Shooter. But they named it the "Price Gun". Makes retail that much more BA. amirite?
Also about Law+35Unpopular opinion: Lawyer isn't a dishonest profession. A lawyer's responsibility is not to state their opinion on guilt or innocence, but to state their opinion on what one must believe to justify believing guilt or innocence. This, in turn, is grounded in the idea that every crime deserves justice and every defendant deserves a fair defense. So, for example, the defense could believe their client is guilty, yet defend their client in court in good conscience, because they aren't saying they think their client is innocent, just that they see a way someone could reasonably think that, amirite?