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    [–] British Politicians Declare War on Knives quick_justice 1 points ago in ukpolitics

    Of course I would. Giving it to my mate It’s paper wrapped and all.

    I’m pretty sure that a very small amount of people is convicted on such charges.

    [–] British Politicians Declare War on Knives quick_justice 1 points ago in ukpolitics

    And I won’t have a problem unless they got me dressed like a thug near an active crime scene. If I was drinking with mates while having a hatchet in my bag good luck proving anything.

    [–] British Politicians Declare War on Knives quick_justice 1 points ago in ukpolitics

    Well if it has to apply in trial, police will never be able to prove intent.

    [–] British Politicians Declare War on Knives quick_justice 1 points ago in ukpolitics

    Oh wow I didn't realise UK ditched presumption of innocence in certain criminal cases. That's sweet, a real green light for police abuse of power. And now what, to make gates for it even wider? British copper is honest, you can trust them, right?

    [–] British Politicians Declare War on Knives quick_justice 2 points ago in ukpolitics

    Intent is impossible to prove until tool is actually used for said intent. In theory is all well and good but in reality there's always an explanation, with 'I just found it there on the road and thought I'd like to keep it' being an easiest one, and very hard to dismiss.

    [–] British Politicians Declare War on Knives quick_justice 2 points ago in ukpolitics

    Thing is there's always a reason to carry tools. Hell, if you ban everything gang members will start murdering with a piece of string. Shell they be illegal too? If humans want to kill they will find a way, you can't outlaw the tools and hope for the effect.

    [–] British Politicians Declare War on Knives quick_justice 2 points ago in ukpolitics

    You take away my knife, I take a screwdriver or a cricket bat and do the same.

    [–] British Politicians Declare War on Knives quick_justice 1 points ago in ukpolitics

    Knives are just tools, needed daily. What's next? Screwdrivers? Awls? Corkscrews? It's not a bloody sword or a gun, it's a kitchen utensil. There are many many ways to efficiently kill or cripple with everyday goods. If this is happening, it's not goods that are to blame and need be restricted.

    [–] Fur Lenin. quick_justice 1 points ago in ANormalDayInRussia

    The artist and her work, called Lenin's Winter Attire. Was recently presented in Saatchi Gallery in London. Here's photo we took there

    https://cdn.jpg.wtf/futurico/62/31/1511711498-623149621667808e1abc4b25ada35066.jpeg

    [–] Facebook moves 1.5bn users out of reach of new European privacy law quick_justice 2 points ago in ukpolitics

    Most probably a simple unification of legal services, moving global legal to one office.

    [–] A normal day in Russia, 2018 quick_justice 5 points ago in ANormalDayInRussia

    You are correct! Chances are this beauty is only about 25 years old.

    [–] A normal day in Russia, 2018 quick_justice 9 points ago in ANormalDayInRussia

    Much shittier car, too. Early ladas were revamped Fiats, made on the plant bought from Fiat. This marvel is Soviet original.

    Also, this particular model was stopped in 1975, so the rarity on the picture is at least 43 years old. True classics.