Discussion in 'Reality Check' started by Dewie, Dec 1, 2014.
My daughter is working in Inuvik and I've been hearing the horror stories about prices (especially food) but the sales tax, at 5%, is great.
"Eaten Alive" ..... Really ? This is a thing ?
Hope they caught the license plate.
She was caught. $115 fine for unsafe backing up or something
Thats it? They hit a car and left.. they didnt even get out to assess the damage, which there obviously was given those folks noticed it. That person got off lucky.
I'd say based on her situational awareness demonstrated in the video, she probably had no idea that she hit the car.
IMO that should also infer her ability to manage a vehicle is less than the minimum requirement for being able to legally drive.
Ignorance shouldn't be plausible excuse for not properly operating a motor vehicle.
Watch the video (:20) when she hit the Mazda you can see her head jerk back. Its subtle, but she moves.
Oh without question she shouldn't be behind anything with a motor bigger than a weed whacker and even that's giving more credit than is due. I'm just saying I don't think she left knowing that she hit something. She was clearly in a high stress situation.
That was extremely painful to watch.
I'm in tears. He just starts thrusting. Awesome.
"I can feel the magic" - that line killed me.
Santa has some sweet Nike kicks
He bailed part way, the snake was breaking his arm.
Should never have happened, that's just animal cruelty.
I actually felt rage watching that.
So that driver was female we know that ........ but do we know if she was Asian ?
she has no understanding of the fundamentals of driving. Anyone who cant' figure out how to turn their wheels to back out has no business on the road. She got a $115 fine
...and the snake, turns out, was a ringer.
Absolutely without any doubt whatsoever
totally thought of this lol
This got to me ....
CNN Hero: Pen Farthing
That was horrific and sad. And I'm glad he was charged with attempted manslaughter. He needs to be punished. We had an incident similar to that in Alberta recently...
He died because he was a 450lb asthmatic smoker who decided to not listen.
If you can talk, you can breath. If he stopped struggling, he could have breathed even better.
I saw a chokehold for under ten seconds. He also didn't start saying "I can't breath" until after the choke hold was off. He was laying on his stomach with nothing on his neck when he started repeating that. To be honest, his weight on top of him is probably the bigger factor. You can't lay prone at that size, you'll suffocate.
Im not saying I support the chokehold. But I am saying he should have complied and the cops should have forced him, maybe in a different way, to be honest, I not sure how. He was a biiiiig man. You can see even in the chokehold it took a few guys to prone him out.
Not as bad but I paid 10$ for three apples in Northern BC last month
The 3 Os of driving, Old, Oriental and Ovaries. Look out if you hit the trifecta.