The crime wave in America

The Resilient

Ostrich
Orthodox
Care to explain yourself, pitbullowner?
I had a feeling this was bait :laughter:


Okay, I'll bite... Unlike my pitbulls that are trained effectively



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The questions I have to have answered is how many of those were beta males and women owning these animals that got involved in such conflicts ?

And secondly were these animals rescues from dog shelters that were involved in prior fighting rings of said demographics ?
 
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The Resilient

Ostrich
Orthodox
You’re supposed to flip out and start ranting about how those statistics are just from bad owners but YOUR pit is a sweet angel.

LOL... Come on I've been on Rooshvforum since 2016 there's no way that I'm going to act that outlandish :laughter: (well longer since I've lurked on it since 2013)

Hey I even know how destructive they can be... I'm not denying that at all for a second

Everything that a dog does a pitbull does in spades.
They love 200% more they destroy 200 % more also.

,... they are powerful animals. But just like with any animal they require training but pitbulls require extensive consistent training instead of just one time because they're very stubborn and very dominant animals.

mine chewed through a 2x4 wooden picket fence to come see me as I got home one day.. was having bad separation anxiety . I'm not denying the fact that they can kill and effectively but they also need somebody with a strong leader hand to put them in their place.

Not everybody should own a pitbull because they are a potential danger in the wrong hands.

Here's one of mine in the back of the SHO...calm as a cucumber waiting for my next command.


 
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Hypno

Crow
Do they even keep looting and other crime statistics during a "peaceful protest"?

In my city, people are buying property distant from the center of town. Properties that were on the market for more than 6 months have multiple offers. Part of this is low interest rates, part of it is a greater demand for larger houses, and part of it is a desire to get as far away from high crime areas as possible.
 

Deepdiver

Crow
Gold Member
Do they even keep looting and other crime statistics during a "peaceful protest"?

In my city, people are buying property distant from the center of town. Properties that were on the market for more than 6 months have multiple offers. Part of this is low interest rates, part of it is a greater demand for larger houses, and part of it is a desire to get as far away from high crime areas as possible.
H curious the city?
 

paninaro

Pelican
In my city, people are buying property distant from the center of town. Properties that were on the market for more than 6 months have multiple offers. Part of this is low interest rates, part of it is a greater demand for larger houses, and part of it is a desire to get as far away from high crime areas as possible.

This is happening all over the US. So many companies have moved to having people work from home that you no longer need to be near the office. A friend of mine lives in a mountain town 2 hours from the nearest major city, and houses used to sit on the market for 6+ months before they got a buyer. Now everything is sold and there are bidding wars for what remains. Low interest rates help, but also the general shift in how and where work gets done.

I have another friend who is in commercial real estate in a major US city. Office vacancies are high as companies abandon their office space, or downsize to a much smaller on-site staff. He has landlords willing to take 50 cents on the dollar for back rent, as they are so desperate for revenue.
 

Jack Bauer

Sparrow
This is happening all over the US. So many companies have moved to having people work from home that you no longer need to be near the office. A friend of mine lives in a mountain town 2 hours from the nearest major city, and houses used to sit on the market for 6+ months before they got a buyer. Now everything is sold and there are bidding wars for what remains. Low interest rates help, but also the general shift in how and where work gets done.

I have another friend who is in commercial real estate in a major US city. Office vacancies are high as companies abandon their office space, or downsize to a much smaller on-site staff. He has landlords willing to take 50 cents on the dollar for back rent, as they are so desperate for revenue.
Almost anyone who can work from home can be replaced by someone working in Bangalore or Warsaw. People really need to be careful what they wish for here. A lot of the people who bid up the prices of suburban homes are going to find themselves unemployed soon.
 

Jack Bauer

Sparrow
Not if they are well-qualified and do a good job.
The unemployment lines are full of people who were well-qualified and did a good job. Companies aren't going to settle for some savings on office space if they can save on labor, too. At minimum, a lot of the people working from their expensive NYC and San Fran apartments are going to be told their company's new pay rate is based on Tennessee's cost of living.
 
Absent Anarcho-Tyranny. Crime will only help to summon its nemesis. One of the Warlords of various criminal gangs will start to gain power and conquer all other criminal gangs.

It will end up in a Warring States situation again.

Aside from its own crimes. Crime in general will be suppressed brutally because it will be bad for business and they will have far less scruples in using terror and death to enforce their rules.

In the absence of Govt. The most powerful armed groups will stake their claims and one of them will reunify all that is lawless practically speaking under their rule.
 

Max Roscoe

Pelican
Orthodox Inquirer
The unemployment lines are full of people who were well-qualified and did a good job. Companies aren't going to settle for some savings on office space if they can save on labor, too. At minimum, a lot of the people working from their expensive NYC and San Fran apartments are going to be told their company's new pay rate is based on Tennessee's cost of living.
Capitalism creates not just an incentive but an actual *requirement* called a fiduciary duty, where the managers of capitalist organizations *must* operate as profitably as they can. In other words, they aren't just encouraged to lay off working American families and replace them with Bangalorees, they are to some degree required to.

One of the biggest lies is that capitalism (and also democracy) is the greatest thing ever for a society, and all societies on the earth should receive it, and if not then you are an evil commie (terrorist, etc.)
 

Jünger

Ostrich
UPDATE: an email from a Minneapolis resident.
One of my employees got carjacked last night at gunpoint when pulling into her parking garage down by Loring Park in Minneapolis. Stole her Mercedes, company laptop, and one client file. She’s ok, extremely shaken up. Minneapolis is totally out of control. Happening every day now, sometimes three per day. They tracked car on Mercedes app from her phone, police chased them twice, found them walking. One had car key fob in their pocket; police told her they could not prosecute based on this. Said if she wanted to pursue fingerprinting of her car, it would take weeks, and they’d need to keep it for that duration, due to being backed up in police department. Physically, she’s ok, mentally, she’s a wreck. Fuckers are going to walk. It’s much worse than it even seems. When I go downtown for meetings, it has to be before noon and still it’s an eerie & dangerous place.
 
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