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Harm Reduction Notes for the COVID-19 Pandemic


- Wed, 25 Mar 2020 23:17:19 EST kQVZ9SDp No.4977941
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Releasing inmates that are going to travel possibly contracting and or spreading disease, they don’t have a job or income, nobody will hire them right now they have hard enough time getting a job during normal times, most have no money or place to of residence, they had committed crimes in their past...

Does not sound like the best idea.
Maid Lillian - Wed, 25 Mar 2020 23:18:15 EST kQVZ9SDp No.4977942 Reply
Not to mention law enforcement is already going to be stretched to the limit in the coming months.
David Cornslit - Wed, 25 Mar 2020 23:19:37 EST 3Cr0F64A No.4977946 Reply
>guy comes up to me in the deli
>goes for an elbow bump
>whispers he's just out of prison, needs money, doesn't want to rob this place
Tom Peters - Wed, 25 Mar 2020 23:19:53 EST Sw4EF+pD No.4977947 Reply
Where I live they just broke the doors open and walked out.

Get tougher inmates. IDK.
Maid Nathaniel - Wed, 25 Mar 2020 23:32:37 EST ImKuX0U0 No.4977955 Reply

-Violent offenders aren't being let free.

-Low level offenses are being pardoned.

-Being in jail doesn't mean they don't have homes/families

-Million other good reasons for doing this

NB for dumb Republican talking point that will take over the entire front page.
Maid Lillian - Wed, 25 Mar 2020 23:35:18 EST kQVZ9SDp No.4977957 Reply
Good counter points.

We are going to have to see what happens to the rate of crimes in the coming weeks.
Maid Nathaniel - Wed, 25 Mar 2020 23:48:33 EST ImKuX0U0 No.4977964 Reply
You can call it a counter point if you want but I prefer calling them stupid ugly feces that you love to gobble down on with gusto.

Crime will go up in the coming weeks, and it will have very little to do with releasing people with minor offenses.
Tom Peters - Wed, 25 Mar 2020 23:49:09 EST Sw4EF+pD No.4977965 Reply
I feel like you're not the hero we need right now but honestly are the one we deserve. We suck.
Tom Peters - Wed, 25 Mar 2020 23:53:28 EST Sw4EF+pD No.4977969 Reply
I'm just excited to have this much control over another person. Will my honorary crown and tiara be delayed due to the quarantine?
Maid Lillian - Thu, 26 Mar 2020 00:00:37 EST kQVZ9SDp No.4977973 Reply
Yeah but it’s not goin to be hard to track how many of those recently released with minor offenses have added to the impending crime wave.

Also not sure why you think your counter points are feces, I thought they were well made reasonable arguments.
Tom Peters - Thu, 26 Mar 2020 00:06:06 EST Sw4EF+pD No.4977975 Reply
When crimes are things like not paying fines and the homeless population has a large portion that is interchangeable with people that repeatedly make up the jail population for unpaid fines and unfinished probation programs are going to be repeat offenders when they don't have a place to quarantine and are locked back up for breaking curfew. It's a self fulfilling prophecy, it's literally the revolving door jail system. Putting this much stock in the numbers they publish usually comes with some kind of agenda. If you don't have one you're like a free lance American Chinabot.
Valkris - Thu, 26 Mar 2020 00:11:08 EST I6X5jyBk No.4977978 Reply
Palestinian prisoners aren't being let go and Israel isn't letting anyone in. We dont know how many infected are in there or their condition.
Hajime Ohara - Thu, 26 Mar 2020 00:15:32 EST HKNlG3Ai No.4977981 Reply
fun fact: you can speed all the time now. for the past several days I noticed there's like 0 cops watching traffic. maybe this is just in my area. but i feel like they quit doing that shit cause they don't want unnecessary exposure to the public
Charlotte Pirringwater - Thu, 26 Mar 2020 00:31:43 EST zVgCHF4g No.4977987 Reply
I imagine they've just got more to deal with. They may be providing support services to other areas as well.

Same thing how they won't investigate a car theft in a big city. And in many places theft by those without homes can not be prosecuted or I believe even ticketed. If a houseless friend takes less than $500/700/900 from your store and you catch him, you can do fuck all. Think the cops arrest him and then let him go later that night
Valkris - Thu, 26 Mar 2020 00:33:16 EST I6X5jyBk No.4977988 Reply
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Heck yeah its frickin cool as heck. I've been speeding around like a crazy mother fucker. I got a route that I speed in whenever I get bored from sitting home and my timing is getting better.
Maid Nathaniel - Thu, 26 Mar 2020 00:35:48 EST ImKuX0U0 No.4977992 Reply
For the time being, certain districts and areas will no longer be arresting for misdemeanor offenses except DUI's and domestic violence, this is correct.
Isabella Fanfield - Thu, 26 Mar 2020 01:04:56 EST utoiCvkb No.4978006 Reply
that's the only good about the coronavirus. less cops and less snitches reporting you for every little thing
Samuel Pimmerpidge - Thu, 26 Mar 2020 01:46:22 EST Bf9waaKw No.4978033 Reply
>less snitches reporting you for every little thing

Not so around here. Every nailbiting nervous ninny is out in full force, following people who are exercising, driving, and generally doing anything outside the confines of their house, taking pictures of them and plastering it on social media.

There's even a nutcase impersonating law enforcement, pulling over people who are just trying to get to their job or the grocery store, and ordering them to go home and never go back outside

Maid Nathaniel - Thu, 26 Mar 2020 01:51:08 EST ImKuX0U0 No.4978036 Reply
I'm sure you're just exaggerating. Also, the people who should be inside are outside so shouldn't the outside-shaming insiders be inside because otherwise they're the outsiders.
ArchieBullerlere.eps2 - Thu, 26 Mar 2020 02:01:21 EST Chr3HTu6 No.4978040 Reply
More competition among dealers, cheaper drugs. So einfach ist das.
Shad Gaspard - Thu, 26 Mar 2020 02:21:34 EST SG9lOms6 No.4978046 Reply
This article is insulting to me because it implies that fat women are smart.
Maid Nathaniel - Thu, 26 Mar 2020 02:39:10 EST ImKuX0U0 No.4978048 Reply
What if someone scraped off the tartar from their teeth into a bowl and then scooped a big glob of it onto a piece of fish you were eating and called it tartar sauce?
Shad Gaspard - Thu, 26 Mar 2020 02:55:49 EST SG9lOms6 No.4978052 Reply
Id punch them in the face. This would only be difficult for a fat chick, because they have problems getting up.
Maid Nathaniel - Thu, 26 Mar 2020 03:03:10 EST ImKuX0U0 No.4978053 Reply
Why would you sock a pregnant woman in the eye socket after she served you a delicious fried fish with teeth shavings on it just as you ordered?
Shad Gaspard - Thu, 26 Mar 2020 03:08:33 EST SG9lOms6 No.4978054 Reply
I'm not ordering fish at such a shithole, you're as disgusting as that mass of woman empowerment
Shane Carwin - Thu, 26 Mar 2020 03:29:43 EST sbg7mzs4 No.4978058 Reply
>Releasing inmates that are going to travel possibly contracting and or spreading disease, they don’t have a job or income
Yeah because it's inmates who are the big travellers in society.

It's definitely not bougie suburban families or trust fund kids or travelling businessmen or Boomer cruiseshipfags who are spreading disease around the world.

No, it's the guy who has never left his ghetto in his life but got popped for drug possession. He's the one we should be keeping an eye on, obviously.
Pyramid King Nathaniel - Thu, 26 Mar 2020 04:56:53 EST vuVcsdlL No.4978062 Reply
>Releasing inmates that are going to travel possibly contracting and or spreading disease, they don’t have a job or income,
So how will they get to all these places? Poor people are immobile, it's true. Leftists complain about it all the time.
Philly Jones - Thu, 26 Mar 2020 07:51:54 EST z4LDqzhu No.4978076 Reply
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I guess once released, they are just going to remain right outside the prison for all eternity.

Good point guys...
Buck Quartermain - Thu, 26 Mar 2020 08:04:27 EST 7JXWX72I No.4978085 Reply
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I know using the virus scare as a chance to ram through as much authoritarian bullshit as you can is all the rage right now but does this one not feel a little on the nose to you?
Rocky Johnson - Thu, 26 Mar 2020 08:09:17 EST kDGTwVKX No.4978086 Reply
Nobody is going to start fearing their neighbors for you, give up.
Rocky Johnson - Thu, 26 Mar 2020 08:10:07 EST kDGTwVKX No.4978087 Reply
Here's a secret: most of the people in prisons aren't dangerous.
Reuben Tishkoff - Thu, 26 Mar 2020 08:48:36 EST jCnTkhCP No.4978105 Reply
I’m all for prison reform, shutting down for profit prisons ending war on drugs decriminalizing possession helping inmates find job training and jobs and integrating them in society releasing all non violent offenders etc etc etc.

But this is clearly the wrong way to go about it, releasing them right into the middle of this medical, economic, social and political disaster and likely making it worst - it’s a panic move, roughly equivalent to buying the entire shelf of toilet paper.

Don’t let your desire to see the prison and justice system get much much needed reform, blind you to the facts.
Buck Quartermain - Thu, 26 Mar 2020 09:11:17 EST 7JXWX72I No.4978111 Reply
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>we can't give these people their freedom, just look at the mess outside!
>better just arbitrarily extend their detention until we feel like its a good time for us, they're our human cattle anyway what do their lives matter

>the prime minister of canada, from his locked compound patrolled by armed guards where he has retreated to into isolation, announced a ban on all public gatherings this week, threatens to use military force to enforce it if required
>floats using cell phone data to physically track all canadians to monitor compliance
>"hey you know those chinese really got a handle on this thing, maybe we need to start doing random stops and biometric checks on all our citizens too"

>meanwhile, every other davos boomer in charge of the world
>lets just shut down the world economy for a year, what could possibly go wrong? It's not like any of us will starve or end up homeless
>we even get to pocket a cut from the bailouts!
>*tinkling champagne glasses*
Rocky Johnson - Thu, 26 Mar 2020 09:24:39 EST kDGTwVKX No.4978118 Reply
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What do you think the consequences will be if we keep all these people who aren't dangerous locked up in the middle of an epidemic? Please answer.
Mike Brown - Thu, 26 Mar 2020 09:27:32 EST h2RJRtMt No.4978121 Reply
What would you do Mr. President?

Let’s free everyone and have a big marijuana party in every city during the pandemic? Let all those boomers and immune compromised die because fuck the powlise?
ReubenGoodham.bin - Thu, 26 Mar 2020 09:53:19 EST y0YEQOw8 No.4978126 Reply
If you get arrested for pot right now your police need new management.
Koloth - Thu, 26 Mar 2020 10:04:39 EST q3NxKFTd No.4978127 Reply
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Love to see all this pro-incarceration concerntroll handwringing from the regular users of fourtwentychan dot org, my favorite website for lock-em-up conservative rhetoric. I'm sure there's nothing inorganic or suspicious about this.
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WalterFemblepot.ds - Thu, 26 Mar 2020 18:59:22 EST Odh4Xtei No.4978322 Reply
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>40 million people died in gulags
All the numbers in that are wildly wrong, but 40 million is just silly. A third of the modern population of Russia did not die in gulags.
Isabella Fanfield - Thu, 26 Mar 2020 19:06:00 EST utoiCvkb No.4978329 Reply
what I have come to over these years is that both socialism/communism and capitalism is bad for different reasons. The true way to live is in small tribal communities of 50-100 people with your own customs and laws. I think that can work too in the modern age if you isolate yourself from the bigger power structure. But don't get too big and powerful...
Raymundo VonRibbentropp - Thu, 26 Mar 2020 19:07:17 EST QmqLWc1F No.4978331 Reply

Now, let us see how many Capitalism kill in next 90 days from coronavirus
Gwyn Lord of Cinder - Thu, 26 Mar 2020 19:55:08 EST hgIFRltm No.4978353 Reply
erm just to correct you there, China is a Communist country.
Edwin Hoshson - Thu, 26 Mar 2020 20:16:40 EST lujSXBwt No.4978361 Reply
USSR wasn't just Russia, don't they teach history where you live?
Kimono Girl Thomas - Thu, 26 Mar 2020 22:09:10 EST zVgCHF4g No.4978392 Reply
>erm just to correct you there, China is a Communist country.
Except it's also hypercapitalist. Interesting blend. "Communism" for the unchallenged authority of an organized state government that uh surely represents the will of the people (hehe), and capitalism for the mercenary profit motive driving every molecule of China's current existence.
Mab Splattershit - Fri, 27 Mar 2020 12:07:11 EST ajojAEbp No.4978583 Reply
In what way? Are you claiming he's wrong? USSR did commit genocide on many different peoples that weren't russians. Millions deported to Siberia, millions starved in Ukraine, countless tortured to death (russians themselves included) in Cheka basements throughout the years from 1917 until 1992.
Sage Oliver - Fri, 27 Mar 2020 17:19:01 EST T4SpvBYn No.4978716 Reply
Are you trying to force a debate? What did you bring all that up for? A number equivalent to a third of the population of modern day Russia did not die in Soviet gulags. That's a ridiculous assertion.
Kimono Girl Thomas - Fri, 27 Mar 2020 18:39:45 EST zVgCHF4g No.4978737 Reply
The problem with trying to calculate how many died in the gulags is that there's no real data from 1919-1934.

There were a lot of people also just executed outright, who died while awaiting interrogation, who died in interrogation, who died on the way to the gulag, and who died while in exile after being released from the gulag.

The only consensus is that it was several million.

Certainly millions of lives were ruined living in fear of the gulag as well, and mourning those sent to gulag, with whom they could often communicate only occasionally, sometimes not at all.

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