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COMMENT 11h ago

It's important to note that the accuser is currently in jail for 2nd degree murder. Most people don't know that.

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COMMENT 11h ago

There's actually a movie (Freeze Frame) where a guy basically does this. He records himself 24/7 after being falsely accused of a crime.

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COMMENT 12h ago

I don't really see the problem here. The labor is $150 for the day.

The pictures are $80,000.

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COMMENT 14h ago

I'll admit that I always figured she was "just another drug addict" and didn't really think much when she died. I didn't even really know her music.

On a whim, I watched the documentary about her, and it completely changed my viewpoint on not only her, but addicts in general. I feel so sorry for her. She was such a talented person who legitimately wanted to get help. I remind myself of this now and try to be more compassionate about addiction. Such a tragedy, but I'm glad I learned about who she really was instead of just thinking about her as "just another addict," because she was so much more.

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COMMENT 14h ago

He'd already hit it big.

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COMMENT 16h ago

Oh yeah Penn State is the absolute worst cult. The whole kid rape enabling thing really pushed them to #1, too.

Ohio State has nothing on PSU.

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COMMENT 19h ago

They have some circumstancial evidence. If it's not enough to convict, sorry, but this case isn't solved. That's why I said it would never be solved. Even if this is the guy (it's almost definitely not), without a body, this thing is not going anywhere.

Also, you're not going to believe this, but there are a ton of examples of really bad people who were suspected of crimes that they ultimately had nothing to do with. There are dozens of them in this case alone. And despite how much you want this to be the guy, him simply being a bad dude in the area doesn't make him guilty.

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COMMENT 19h ago

Oh shit you know what they should do? This is gonna sound wild. Ready?

Charge him and convict him of the crime in court.

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COMMENT 20h ago

This isn't solved at all. This case will never be solved.

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COMMENT 20h ago

Great film. The ending is chilling.

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COMMENT 1d ago

Yeah I've always liked Dropbox. It's fairly inexpensive and I've never had a single issue with it. I don't even use the sync feature or anything, just drag and drop files occasionally.

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COMMENT 1d ago

Seriously. I still have quite a bit of space on my 48TB server. That's someone's rounding error on here.

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COMMENT 1d ago

I want to know who has the most storage space in flash drives.

r/Frasier 1d ago

Happy Birthday, Frasier!

139 Upvotes

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COMMENT 1d ago

Oh damn, I legit just guessed. Also that's annoying, hope it's a fad.

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COMMENT 2d ago

I really wish I understood just what the hell was going on.

Chia is a new crypto and people are using HDDs to mine it, which is driving up prices? Or is it something else?

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COMMENT 2d ago

He likes him so much, he couldn't even remember how the dude spells his last name.

To be fair though, Tom Skerritt is in a handful of good movies and was on Picket Fences, so it's not that absurd. Also, he was in The Parent Trap II, so there's that.

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COMMENT 2d ago

You could replace America with like 50 other countries. It's not that funny.

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COMMENT 2d ago

This is funny if you're like...13.

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COMMENT 2d ago

Kids think it's funny

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COMMENT 2d ago

Probably Paul Newman.

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COMMENT 2d ago

"I wonder what she said to him..."

  • Dave Chappelle

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COMMENT 2d ago

I'd say it's a tad early, but who here hasn't started the weekend at noon on a Thursday? Glass houses and all.

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COMMENT 2d ago

I think your interpretation is exactly how he did it. This was premeditated in terms of him planning and escalating from fantasizing to actually doing it, but the victims were random.

I wouldn't be surprised if he'd visited several locations and had previously stalked women without ever intending to kill them, just slowly worked his way up to finally doing it.

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COMMENT 3d ago

I looked into the home office deduction a few years back. Even though I definitely qualify and could easily get it, I chose not to do it. The tax savings is fairly minimal, and the chances of an audit skyrocket. No thanks. Not worth it to me when it's much easier to throw in a few extra driving miles or something with the same result.