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If those are your options, I would go with Wallace. Again, Indy has a terrible secondary and he and Joe have been connecting lately. Can't count on it, but I think you can expect at least two for 40, and the boom potential is there.
I have two spots for three RBs, who should I go with between Collins, Murray, McCaffrey, and Freeman?
I was wondering where you went Thoughts on the switch from Sashi to Dorsey?
If you didn't have dumb shits in that league there's no way you'd have Freeman, Hopkins, Allen.
I'm a Browns fan, mark it down fellas. With one shit-show after another in the coaching and front office ranks, it's time for Hue World Order in Cleveland.
Seek reprieve today Cleveland, the punishment will resume shortly.
6. Clinton is a Democrat.
If Clinton becomes president, Republicans will be members of the opposition, meaning they can oppose her agenda openly and even, despite this Trump disaster, with occasional credibility. If Trump becomes president, they’ll be the loyal members of a party led by a dangerously impulsive president. They’ll be chronically torn over whether they should summon the temerity to express their discomfort with whatever Trump decides to do in response to something mean he saw someone say about him on the internet, or to accept the reality that he is their leader, and they are tools he feels free to use to serve his ego. I know which lifestyle I’d prefer.
Holy shit this article is bad
A used condom that she had to dig out?However, and I hate to say it, in this case there's not really enough evidence to say she was actually raped
That's the definition of rape.At the very least she was taken advantage of, which is wrong,
Doesn't matter, a drunk person cannot consent. Her saying "yes" while blackout drunk is legally and ethically exactly the same as her saying or doing nothing at all. Which, yes, is also rape. "She didn't say no" isn't a valid excuse.if she was as drunk as she claimed she was then honestly, how can she know what she did or didn't say?
Doesn't matter because he wasn't the one that was raped. In other words, he went to her and initiated contact.Also, there doesn't seem to be any inclination as to how drunk the dude was in this scenario?
1. Textbook victim blaming. She was flirting, and therefore it's not rape for him to force her into sex? 2. Crimes you commit drunk are still crimes. If that bothers you, don't get drunk to the point you think rape is okay. There ARE gray areas in the "drunk consent" discussion, but if we take her at her word it's quite clear cut. Let's save those gray areas for another time.if she's drunkenly being a bit flirty/touch feely with this guy and he's equally as drunk and thinking 'gsdfgsdg I'm in here sfksdmf', then it's a different story.
Woman reports rape and is immediately labelled as crazy.she's clearly a little bit on the crazy side
This is actually really important, and maybe the key to this whole issue. People need to understand when others are and are not capable of giving consent. If someone doesn't understand right from wrong, then we need to educate them. I've heard stories of guys who hooked up with a drunk girl then only later realized that's rape. Not necessarily bad guys otherwise, they just didn't understand that what they did is wrong because we live in a culture that honestly glorifies the drunken hookup. Like I said, there's some gray, but not if we focus on this particular incident as presented.he perhaps thought it was consensual?
All we have is her testimony. Can you imagine if this is how the police worked? "Well you were drunk, and we only have your side of the story so there's nothing to go on. He probably didn't intend to rape you, don't be so flirty next time." Oh wait, you don't have to imagine it, because that's exactly what always happens and why the author didn't trust the system in the first place.In any case, we don't know enough information
See, people say this a lot, and I wonder what more they figure police could do without the evidence.
idk, the social contract fails people who've been sexually assaulted most of the time. I'm not interested in this kind of vigilantism so much as reforms in the legal system.
Nobody does anything because they can't be bothered and nothing changes.
Apparently the person who hacked Tunsil's account was allegedly his stepfather, who's currently suing him for assault, which Tunsil claims was protecting his mom from abuse.