Thread Pathetic bullsheet of the DC metro area.

OzSTEEZ

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That guy could of dropped that bitch at any point. He's obviously just a non-violent person, and that's fine.
 

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Pepper spray would have worked wonders in a metro system.. That would have fucked the cell phone cameramen also..
 

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Is that legal to carry in DC?

You need to apply for essentially a firearms license to own some in MA.

I don't think it is, but I used to confiscate lots of the those from people entering the embassy back when I was working in security.

I even bought Juli a law enforce grade one, but the silly girl left it in her purse when she went through security at BWI airport. :lol:
 

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What is that social psychology concept of a group of people that witness a crime and do not do anything to stop it?
 

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Dory Berkowitz-Bukowski

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This article has a bunch of seemingly relevant links to stuff about that:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Murder_of_Kitty_Genovese

It was the first thing I thought of when I saw the story :lol:

"diffusion of responsibility"

Interesting. Kinda makes sense, if I'm on my own I'm way more likely to stop crimes than if I'm in a crowd. I guess that says something about not wanting to stand out. Weird. However I think if I was in a crowd WITH someone I know I'd more likely to help than if I was in a crowd of just strangers.
 

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At night, I dress up in a cape and mask and go looking for crimes to stop. Preferably in front of strangers. It's called the 'delusion of responsibilty' effect.
 

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There was a gay bashing not too long ago in Houston similar to this. The guy was stabbed multiple times and just sauntered off with a crowd just watching as he walked away.