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Family, Police, and Shit: <p><a href="https://hst3000.tumblr.com/post/172177083997/libertarirynn-libertariancrusader" class="tumblr_blog">hst3000</a>:</p> <blockquote><p><a href="https://libertarirynn.tumblr.com/post/172175810804/libertariancrusader-libertarirynn-this-makes" class="tumblr_blog">libertarirynn</a>:</p><blockquote> <p><a href="https://libertariancrusader.tumblr.com/post/172172573976/libertarirynn-this-makes-me-sick-to-my-stomach" class="tumblr_blog">libertariancrusader</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a href="https://libertarirynn.tumblr.com/post/172145067240/this-makes-me-sick-to-my-stomach-i-hope-those" class="tumblr_blog">libertarirynn</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p>This makes me sick to my stomach. I hope those sorry sacks of shit who killed her rot in prison, but what’s more I think all the people who heard <i>multiple reports of this child’s abuse</i> and did NOTHING should be brought up on charges. Their gross negligence led to her death. I understand sometimes things tragically fly under the radar but this was *not* under the radar. The father reported the abuse. Other family members reported the abuse. The daycare workers reported the abuse. THE CHILD REPEATEDLY TOLD ANYONE WHO WOULD LISTEN THAT SHE WAS BEING ABUSED. She had multiple physical injuries evident of abuse. What the hell else was supposed to happen? Literally everyone involved here did exactly what they were supposed to do except the people whose very job was to protect this child. </p> <p>Their failure here is despicable.</p> </blockquote> <p>While I know this is emotional, it would be inappropriate to bring social service workers, police, doctors, etc for failing to do the right thing in this circumstance. Their conduct reviewed and them being disciplined or fired sure, but criminal charges sets a dangerous precedent.</p> <p>One thing that I think really does need to change is how family court views men in situations like this where the idea that a child will always be better off with their mother and fathers are rarely considered as good caregivers needs to be challenged as archaic and regressive.</p> </blockquote> <p>“While I know this is emotional, it would be inappropriate to bring social service workers, police, doctors, etc for failing to do the right thing in this circumstance. Their conduct reviewed and them being disciplined or fired sure, but criminal charges sets a dangerous precedent.”</p> <p>There already is a precedent. It’s called Criminally negligent homicide. If it can be proven that they were aware of the abuse and did nothing to prevent it or protect her from it, they could reasonably be brought up in charges.</p> </blockquote> <p>Negligent homicide is very hard to prove, for good reason. ‘Proven aware of the abuse’ is the big one, not just &lsquo;I had possible suspicions.’ Hindsight is 20/20, and not saying the situation doesn’t suck, but throwing everyone around it under the bus isn’t the way to go.</p></blockquote> <p>Three separate cases were open regarding her abuse and they were all closed. They had reports from multiple witnesses as well as CONSIDERABLE PHYSICAL EVIDENCE of abuse. This wasn’t just some kind of vague hunch, her abuse was absolutely provable. I am not “throwing anyone under the bus”, people were absolute shit at their jobs here and their failure lead to this little girl’s death.</p><p>At the end of the day I’m not going to spend a lot of time quibbling on whether not they should be charged, I’m just saying there is a precedent for it and this was gross negligence.</p>
Family, Police, and Shit: <p><a href="https://hst3000.tumblr.com/post/172177083997/libertarirynn-libertariancrusader" class="tumblr_blog">hst3000</a>:</p>

<blockquote><p><a href="https://libertarirynn.tumblr.com/post/172175810804/libertariancrusader-libertarirynn-this-makes" class="tumblr_blog">libertarirynn</a>:</p><blockquote>
<p><a href="https://libertariancrusader.tumblr.com/post/172172573976/libertarirynn-this-makes-me-sick-to-my-stomach" class="tumblr_blog">libertariancrusader</a>:</p>

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<p><a href="https://libertarirynn.tumblr.com/post/172145067240/this-makes-me-sick-to-my-stomach-i-hope-those" class="tumblr_blog">libertarirynn</a>:</p>

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<p>This makes me sick to my stomach. I hope those sorry sacks of shit who killed her rot in prison, but what’s more I think all the people who heard <i>multiple reports of this child’s abuse</i> and did NOTHING should be brought up on charges. Their gross negligence led to her death. I understand sometimes things tragically fly under the radar but this was *not* under the radar. The father reported the abuse. Other family members reported the abuse. The daycare workers reported the abuse. THE CHILD REPEATEDLY TOLD ANYONE WHO WOULD LISTEN THAT SHE WAS BEING ABUSED. She had multiple physical injuries evident of abuse. What the hell else was supposed to happen? Literally everyone involved here did exactly what they were supposed to do except the people whose very job was to protect this child. </p>

<p>Their failure here is despicable.</p>
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<p>While I know this is emotional, it would be inappropriate to bring social service workers, police, doctors, etc for failing to do the right thing in this circumstance. Their conduct reviewed and them being disciplined or fired sure, but criminal charges sets a dangerous precedent.</p>
<p>One thing that I think really does need to change is how family court views men in situations like this where the idea that a child will always be better off with their mother and fathers are rarely considered as good caregivers needs to be challenged as archaic and regressive.</p>
</blockquote>

<p>“While I know this is emotional, it would be inappropriate to bring social service workers, police, doctors, etc for failing to do the right thing in this circumstance. Their conduct reviewed and them being disciplined or fired sure, but criminal charges sets a dangerous precedent.”</p>
<p>There already is a precedent. It’s called Criminally negligent homicide. If it can be proven that they were aware of the abuse and did nothing to prevent it or protect her from it, they could reasonably be brought up in charges.</p>
</blockquote>
<p>Negligent homicide is very hard to prove, for good reason. ‘Proven aware of the abuse’ is the big one, not just &lsquo;I had possible suspicions.’ Hindsight is 20/20, and not saying the situation doesn’t suck, but throwing everyone around it under the bus isn’t the way to go.</p></blockquote>

<p>Three separate cases were open regarding her abuse and they were all closed. They had reports from multiple witnesses as well as CONSIDERABLE PHYSICAL EVIDENCE of abuse. This wasn’t just some kind of vague hunch, her abuse was absolutely provable. I am not “throwing anyone under the bus”, people were absolute shit at their jobs here and their failure lead to this little girl’s death.</p><p>At the end of the day I’m not going to spend a lot of time quibbling on whether not they should be charged, I’m just saying there is a precedent for it and this was gross negligence.</p>

hst3000: libertarirynn: libertariancrusader: libertarirynn: This makes me sick to my stomach. I hope those sorry sacks of shit who kill...

Advice, Anaconda, and Being Rich: Ed Latimore @EdLatimore Fuck these lazy kids complaining about the cost of their sociology degrees while working as baristas. Trades are in such high demand that they pay you to learn. The military will pay you to learn as well. Get a skil 12/15/17, 9:49 AM 224 Retweets 942 Likes The problem with these free market types that claim “all you need are useful skills” is: You can’t predict with 100% accuracy what skill the market will need in the future (it’s a fucking chaotic free market so . that’s basically what it means). So even if you can calculate that nursing degrees for example have a higher ROI than sociology degrees today, in theory- If too many people get into nursing it’ll actually decrease the ROI of a nursing degree since there is now an oversupply of nursing graduates entering the job market. Also if the millions and millions of students in the humanities did a trade instead, I am more than confident trade jobs will end up paying less, once again, because there will be an oversupply of trade specialists. Same if everyone went into engineering. You get the picture. Using their own logic, (supply and demand dictating wages and the need to be useful via skills) the system can only allow certain people to make high wages. Only a finite amount can make high wages and if too many people flood any one profession, their wages go down. Notice how he says “trades are in such high demand” this means that there is a (temporary) shortage of tradespeople, which means if you enter X trade your wage will be high. But once again, when the demand goes down (if supply gets too high via too many people pursuing that field) than wages will go down as well. So …. what do we do then when their wages are down? You blame those same kids you told to join trades. The poor ALWAYS get the blame because you can easily blame a poor person after the fact by analyzing their choices of the past and comparing it to the current market and other standards of the present, hindsight bias really is a gem. I even see poor people do it to themselves as an explanatory theory as to their current economic condition. Another thing to note is that S.T.E.M. isn’t some magic ticket into being rich or making money even now. I know many biology majors working at Starbucks. I know some chemistry majors who can only do lab grunt work that doesn’t allow them to pay all their bills. So not only can you not blame them for not going into S.T.E.M, you must now blame them for going into the WRONG S.T.E.M. field.  Also, and this is funny, if eventually no one goes into the humanities- eventually there will be a shortage of English professors (as an example) and English teachers and then it would be the humanities students saying “wow stupid S.T.E.M. kids get a real job” because the humanities people will be paid more since there would be a desperate need for them.  Also imagine if everyone who couldn’t afford college joined the military ….. great fucking advice lol
Advice, Anaconda, and Being Rich: Ed Latimore
 @EdLatimore
 Fuck these lazy kids complaining about
 the cost of their sociology degrees while
 working as baristas.
 Trades are in such high demand that
 they pay you to learn. The military will
 pay you to learn as well. Get a skil
 12/15/17, 9:49 AM
 224 Retweets 942 Likes
The problem with these free market types that claim “all you need are useful skills” is: 

You can’t predict with 100% accuracy what skill the market will need in the future (it’s a fucking chaotic free market so . that’s basically what it means). So even if you can calculate that nursing degrees for example have a higher ROI than sociology degrees today, in theory- If too many people get into nursing it’ll actually decrease the ROI of a nursing degree since there is now an oversupply of nursing graduates entering the job market. Also if the millions and millions of students in the humanities  did a trade instead, I am more than confident trade jobs will end up paying less, once again, because there will be an oversupply of trade specialists. Same if everyone went into engineering. You get the picture. Using their own logic, (supply and demand dictating wages and the need to be useful via skills) the system can only allow certain  people to make high wages. Only a finite amount can make high wages and if too many people flood any one profession, their wages go down. Notice how he says “trades are in such high demand” this means that there is a (temporary) shortage of tradespeople, which means if you enter X trade your wage will be high. But once again, when the demand goes down (if supply gets too high via too many people pursuing that field) than wages will go down as well. So …. what do we do then when their wages are down? You blame those same kids you told to join trades. The poor ALWAYS get the blame because you can easily blame a poor person after the fact by analyzing their choices of the past and comparing it to the current market and other standards of the present, hindsight bias really is a gem. I even see poor people do it to themselves as an explanatory theory as to their current economic condition. Another thing to note is that S.T.E.M. isn’t some magic ticket into being rich or making money even now. I know many biology majors working at Starbucks. I know some chemistry majors who can only do lab grunt work that doesn’t allow them to pay all their bills. So not only can you not blame them for not going into S.T.E.M, you must now blame them for going into the WRONG S.T.E.M. field. 

Also, and this is funny, if eventually no one goes into the humanities- eventually there will be a shortage of English professors (as an example) and English teachers and then it would be the humanities students saying “wow stupid S.T.E.M. kids get a real job” because the humanities people will be paid more since there would be a desperate need for them. 

Also imagine if everyone who couldn’t afford college  joined the military …..  great fucking advice lol

The problem with these free market types that claim “all you need are useful skills” is: You can’t predict with 100% accuracy what skill t...

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freshcleanfit:

After he ate six pairs of my shoes I decided to take action. In hindsight I don’t know what I was expecting.

freshcleanfit: After he ate six pairs of my shoes I decided to take action. In hindsight I don’t know what I was expecting.

Shoes, Target, and Tumblr: EVERYTHING freshcleanfit: After he ate six pairs of my shoes I decided to take action. In hindsight I don’t know what I was expecting.
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freshcleanfit:

After he ate six pairs of my shoes I decided to take action. In hindsight I don’t know what I was expecting.

freshcleanfit: After he ate six pairs of my shoes I decided to take action. In hindsight I don’t know what I was expecting.