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Old 04-10-2014, 04:22 PM   #2021
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Damn... im so glad someone else agrees..... Their coffee sucks major ***... Aways so watered down too, even on the small cup setting.

I equate K-Cups to being the iPhones of coffee...

Why the hell do people buy keurigs anyways????
Well not everyone uses official k-cups. The majority of the people in my room at work have the reusable k-cups and they fill them with their coffee of choice. Then another large group uses k-cups made by different vendors which are cheaper then the official ones and probably better. I don't drink coffee, and think it all tastes like crap, so I really don't care.
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Well not everyone uses official k-cups. The majority of the people in my room at work have the reusable k-cups and they fill them with their coffee of choice. Then another large group uses k-cups made by different vendors which are cheaper then the official ones and probably better. I don't drink coffee, and think it all tastes like crap, so I really don't care.
I tried one of those before. My mom has those things. I think the problem with it, is that the hot water passes through the center so quickly that it doesnt brew the grounds, Making a nice cup of Dirty Bathwater-esque nastiness....
I pulled the cup when it was done, and there was just an intense indention in the center of the coffee grounds, and the grounds around the outside of the ring were nearly dry.


I guess this discussion is semi-related to this thread... Cops do usually get coffee with their donuts...
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Our office got one for Christmas. I'm only buying into the hype because they got rid of the drip grind machine. It's really not good coffee, and it's really not inexpensive.

But I get a hot cup of coffee when I want it, so at least I've got that going for me.
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Retard cop.

He's police officer and ex-military who wears the mask of a person in history who attempted to assassinate the King because the King didn't recognize his church's "authority".

Guy Fawkes was a looney religious nutjob; he wasn't fighting against tyranny or villains or for good. He was fighting to restore power to the Church.

Not only that, but the trademark is owned by a multi-billion dollar company who makes a ton of money from stupid hippies that want to watch it all burn. Every time some basement-dwelling troglodyte buys this mask to go protest against capitalism and cronyism or the 1%, they are lining the pockets of Time Warner.

This mask stands for the very principles that the people who wear it fight against.


On top of all that, he's a ******* cop and--recurring theme--had no regard for the laws he was sworn to protect when he violated Chapter 876 Section 12 of Title XLVI under Florida law.
I suppose so. ?
I've some thoughts:
Difficult to buy a lot of things without lining the pockets of someone I don't like or ethically oppose their agenda.
I have wondered if many of the buttheads wearing the GF masks at demonstrations are not police plants set to damage the image of whatever is being protested.
I doubt that many of folks who wear the masks have a clue about the original person but have watched the movie and fancy that they can change the world.
I'd seen some of Anonymous that seemed to had good enough idea - some time past. Just the nature of such anarchistic notions is that those with vandalistic agenda is going to dominate and overwhelm the naive who may have had a "good" enough end in mind but foolish to think their means could do better than to degenerate to chaos.

I'd think that the original Guy Fawkes is pretty much irrelevant but to the historical minded.
The movie might be more relevant even if it is ... ???
... "silly" is the best term I can think of the moment.

The cop is interesting. "retard" - I dunno ... I'm curious how his career goes.
One can go against the tide and the tide don't care. One goes against authority and authority cares.
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Well not everyone uses official k-cups. The majority of the people in my room at work have the reusable k-cups and they fill them with their coffee of choice. Then another large group uses k-cups made by different vendors which are cheaper then the official ones and probably better. I don't drink coffee, and think it all tastes like crap, so I really don't care.
So i honestly just had to google all of this.

I must be under the rock that is the midwest.
Or no one around here can afford that garbage.


WTF was wrong with old fashioned coffee, why does it need to be expensive and elaborate?
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WTF was wrong with old fashioned coffee, why does it need to be expensive and elaborate?
Because the act of measuring out a few tablespoons of coffee grounds into a basket, waiting several minutes while it brews, and then dealing with an icky, soggy paper filter (or cleaning out an icky, messy screen filter) is just far too much effort.
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French press. Even ickier to clean, but oh so much better coffee.
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Moka pot:



Best coffee imaginable.

True story: until I was a teenager, I didn't even know that there were other ways to make coffee.

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I think I'm eventually going to break down and get an Aeropress and a mini burr grinder to make my own cups, rather than drop 1/3 of that cash on one of the fancy refillable k-cups to use with pre-ground coffee.

Will give me more time to waste at my desk, too. It'll make up for my lack of cigarette break taking.
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I think I'm eventually going to break down and get an Aeropress
I've been tempted to invest in one of those for quite a while. On the surface, it appears to use a process similar to the traditional Moka pot, but with the pragmatic advantage of being compatible with a microwave oven rather than requiring a range-style heat source.
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This thread is done now?
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I suppose so. ?
I've some thoughts:
Difficult to buy a lot of things without lining the pockets of someone I don't like or ethically oppose their agenda.
I have wondered if many of the buttheads wearing the GF masks at demonstrations are not police plants set to damage the image of whatever is being protested.
I doubt that many of folks who wear the masks have a clue about the original person but have watched the movie and fancy that they can change the world.
I'd seen some of Anonymous that seemed to had good enough idea - some time past. Just the nature of such anarchistic notions is that those with vandalistic agenda is going to dominate and overwhelm the naive who may have had a "good" enough end in mind but foolish to think their means could do better than to degenerate to chaos.

I'd think that the original Guy Fawkes is pretty much irrelevant but to the historical minded.
The movie might be more relevant even if it is ... ???
... "silly" is the best term I can think of the moment.

The cop is interesting. "retard" - I dunno ... I'm curious how his career goes.
One can go against the tide and the tide don't care. One goes against authority and authority cares.
nope, retarded. But great rebuttal.
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This thread is done now?
Not when this is still the norm:

Aspiring TV producer mistakenly killed by deputies in West Hollywood - latimes.com

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The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department acknowledged Thursday that its deputies mistakenly shot and killed a aspiring TV producer they thought was a stabbing suspect.

In fact, John Winkler, 30, had gone to a neighbor's apartment Monday night on Palm Avenue in West Hollywood where a man was holding people hostage and tried to help.

Winkler was shot when he rushed out of the apartment with another victim who had been trapped inside the apartment with a third victim and the suspect, sheriff's officials said in a statement.

“The apartment door suddenly opened and a male victim came rushing out,” the statement said. “He was covered in blood and bleeding profusely from the neck. Simultaneously, victim Winkler ran out of the door, lunging at the back of the fleeing victim. Both ran directly at the deputies.”

Three deputies fired at Winkler. He was shot once and died.
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recurring theme: stop resisting. escalating. fat cops.




And for Joe, this is the police report from the officer's point of view:

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SEVERAL PARTY GOERS WERE YELLING AND SCREAMING AT THE DEPUTIES. SEVERAL TIMES, ALL DEPUTIES GAVE VERBAL COMMANDS FOR THE CROWD TO DISPERSE.

CO.DEFENDANT STACEY POMALES, REFUSED TO LISTEN TO COMMANDS TO BACK AWAY FROM DEPUTIES. CO-DEFENDANT STACEY POMALES CONTINUED TO STAND AND YELL AT
WRITER, DEMANDING TO KNOW WHY THE DEFENDANT WAS BEING ARRESTED.

CO DEFENDANT POMALES WALKED AROUND DEPUTY’S PATROL VEHICLE WHERE DEFENDANT POMALES WAS. SHE HAD TO BE TOLD TO BACK AWAY FROM WRITER’S PATROL VEHICLE. WRITER DID TELL TO THE CO-DEFENDANT, THE DEFENDANT IS AN ADULT AND SHE NEEDED TO BACK AWAY FROM THE SCENE OR SHE WOULD BE ARRESTED ALSO, AT WHICH TIME, SHE FAILED TO COMPLY.

THE CO-DEFENDANT LEANED AGAINST DEPUTY NEWBANKS’ PATROL VEHICLE AND CONTINUED TO DISOBEY COMMANDS TO BACK AWAY FROM THE PATROL VEHICLE.

WRITER TOLD HER AGAIN AND WHEN SHE DID NOT COMPLY, WRITER TOLD
HER TO TURN AROUND AND PLACED HER HANDS BEHIND HER BACK BECAUSE SHE WAS ALSO UNDER ARREST, WHEN WRITER GRABBED THE CO-DEFENDANT’S LEFT HAND, SHE TOOK A STEP BACK AND ATTEMPTED TO PULL OUT OF WRITER’S GRIP SAYING “NO.”

THE CO-DEFENDANT WAS SECURED INTO HANDCUFFS AND PLACED IN THE BACK OF
DEPUTY NEWBANKS’ VEHICLE. IT SHOULD BE NOTED, IT APPEARED THE CO-DEFENDANT WAS VIDEO RECORDING THIS ENTIRE INCIDENT;THEREFORE, HER CELL PHONE WAS COLLECTED AS EVIDENCE. DEPUTY NEWBANKS PLACED THE CELL PHONE INTO LATENT LOCKER
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Justice: Albuquerque police use 'excessive force'

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The U.S. Justice Department charged Thursday that an investigation of the Albuquerque police force found that the department "engages in a pattern or practice of use of excessive force, including deadly force."

The allegations were contained in a letter from Jocelyn Samuels, acting assistant attorney general for the Civil Rights Division, to Albuquerque Mayor Richard Berry and Police Chief Gorden Eden.

The letter said actions by police violated the Fourth Amendment to the Constitution, which covers such areas as unreasonable searches and seizures.

The Justice Department letter said its investigation determined that "structural and systemic deficiencies" in the Albuquerque Police Department, such as insufficient oversight and inadequate training, "contribute to the use of unreasonable force."

Street protests and demands for reform in the New Mexico city of more than 555,000 people erupted last month after heavily armed police shot and killed James Boyd, a homeless man who had a history of violent outbursts and mental instability.

Boyd was the 37th person shot by Albuquerque police, and the 23rd fatality, since January 2010.
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recurring theme: breaking the law to make the arrest.

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Florida police who unlawfully recorded conversations between an attorney and her client were properly denied immunity, the 11th Circuit ruled.

The Tuesday decision stems from a 2009 investigation into a possible misdemeanor violation of a domestic violence injunction.

It is undisputed that, during the course of this investigation, Detective Thomas Marmo conducted a noncustodial interview with the suspect Joel Studivant at the St. Johns County Sheriff's Office.

Anne Marie Gennusa, Studivant's attorney, was present during the interview.
During the interview, Studivant agreed to prepare a sworn written statement. Marmo left the room and closed the door after Studivant began writing. Neither Studivant nor Gennusa knew that Marmo and Sgt. Brian Canova had continued to monitor their conversation via a closed-circuit camera.

The camera was not obviously recognizable, no signs warned visitors of the possibility of electronic surveillance, and neither Studivant nor Gennusa had been told that they were being recorded or monitored.

During their time alone, the attorney and her client discussed matters related to the investigation.

Marmo then returned to the interview room and told Studivant he was under arrest. At this point, Studivant changed his mind about handing in his written statement.
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recurring theme: law enforcement breaks the law, causes huge amounts of damage to personal property, then lies about the fault.




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A few minutes later, as I was on the phone with 911, the driver of the van, a big burly guy in plainclothes, came running over to me with his US Border patrol badge exposed, screaming “Didn’t you see the light? Did you not see the light?”

When the (real) cops came, the driver further accused me of going through a red light and causing the accident. All the passengers in the Border Patrol van repeated the same line: that I went through a red light.

I remained silent the whole time; I was dazed and confused after being knocked around, and I had just been pounded by a few airbags that went off in my car.

Quite frankly, I couldn’t understand what had happened because it all happened so fast! The video was embedded in a 32 GB SD card in my Dashcam, and I had no way of reviewing the video until I got home. Furthermore, until I reviewed the video to see what had happened, I did not necessarily want to tell anyone at the scene that I had a video of the accident.

After I got home, I uploaded the video, and lo and behold: The light was green! After reviewing the video a few times, I realized exactly what had happened. The US border van had white and blue lights flashing on top of the van, causing the 2 cars in the left and center lanes to stop and let the van make a left turn (which was an illegal left, as you can see in the video). I was in the right lane, so I did not see the flashing lights, because from the driver’s seat, the Border Patrol van was blocked by the other 2 cars.

Furthermore, red flashing lights might have caught my attention, but faint white and blue lights in bright sunlight did not give me any indication of an emergency vehicle approaching. Not that the van had any excuse for ramming into me. I spoke to an accident attorney today, and he told me that, even in the event of an emergency, an emergency vehicle must take care and caution while driving, especially when they are doing something improper such as cutting into ongoing traffic. And anyway, what could have been the border patrol emergency? Were Canadians invading JFK?

Furthermore, I really resented the fact that on an NYC street, the US Border patrol made such a show of force and acted like they had any juridsdiction. It was very unsettling to be surrounded by a dozen people in badges badgering and harassing me that the accident was my fault, especially when I was completely dazed by what had happened.

My Dashcam actually has an extremely wide field of vision, and while watching the video, you, the viewer, are paying close attention. But at the time it happened to me, it was in a second or less, and I really did not and could not recall exactly what had happened. It was all a giant blur.

If not for my Dashcam, I would have been made to feel guilty for causing this accident, and my insurance would have found me at fault. With this video, it is clear as day (it was a clear day, no pun intended) that I was just driving along with the flow of traffic, and the van made an absolutely illegal turn!
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recurring theme: you're now being arrested, for uhh uhh uh h uhhh...resisting arrest



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A Miami man spent ten days in jail for recording police arresting his friend, accused of falsifying his name when all he did was refuse to provide his name on the basis that he wasn't doing anything illegal.

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They later determined he had been obstructing justice, the usual makeshift charge when cops retaliate against citizens for recording them, and falsifying his name. The obstruction charge was changed to resisting arrest.

“I never gave him my name,” Estrada said in a telephone interview with Photography is Not a Crime Wednesday.

After they arrested him, they discovered he had a warrant out of Broward County for an unpaid traffic ticket, which resulted in him remaining in jail for ten days.

Perhaps Estrada can report Valdez to internal affairs now that the unit’s lieutenant has been arrested on felony charges that he assisted drug traffickers, including plotting murders.
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