Here we go again. National Guard already called out in Louisville

busykngt

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Jun 14, 2011
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McKinney
Ref: sarcasm understanding (or lack of understanding)

per earlier postings in this thread.

According to Quora, Google, Emojipedia and other internet sources, the "upside down smiley face" is frequently used to express/convey sarcasm.

Such as:

Alternatively, the slash 's' is also used, but less well known or recognized.

Such as: /s
 

jrbfishn

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Aug 9, 2013
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south of killeen
Ref: sarcasm understanding (or lack of understanding)

per earlier postings in this thread.

According to Quora, Google, Emojipedia and other internet sources, the "upside down smiley face" is frequently used to express/convey sarcasm.

Such as:

Alternatively, the slash 's' is also used, but less well known or recognized.

Such as: /s
Well by golly. My intellectual knowledge now complete, I can die a happy man.


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cycleguy2300

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Mar 19, 2010
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Pretty much exactly what will happen if some one enters my home.

Why police execute search warrants when folks are home is one of biggest mysteries of the universe.

Just wait till they have left to go to work, an errand, etc
1:
A search warrant can specify the item to be searched for as a person.

2:
If the item searched for is contraband. It is often beneficial to have the person in possession of it right there. It saves quite a bit of coordination and puts police in better control of the situation which keeps the innocent public safer. It helps prevent car chases or shootouts in the mall when you try to arrest the person for the stuff in the house.

p.s. Please stop with the "blaze of glory" bravado...

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cycleguy2300

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Mar 19, 2010
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Austin, Texas
Exactly. They very well could have announced and he didn't hear them.

Good point Renegade.
*Could* but IME highly unlikely.


In one case whete I was told "oh, I didn't hear you" at a family disturbance I could hear before I knocked. They IMMEDIATELY stopped the first time I knocked and announced LOUDLY. They proceeded (I suspect based on odor and sound) to put away some glass smoke inhalation apparatuses for several minutes before the "heard me" and opened the door which may or may not have had dents by that point.

Like I said, *could* but I don't believe the BF for one second.

It's kind of the "I'm sorry officer, I didn't see the speed limit sign". It sounds good, feels good, unverifiable and plausible.

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