|SolRo - 2015-07-02 |
Is there really any application for this other than torturing people already restrained?
"It could save lives" is my favorite argument, since you can say it about literally anything.
okay, try chasing a perp who can throw 200 lb punches escaping in a crowd. sure, that's easy. Try landing a stungun or taser shot at range with other people in between you and target, while they are actively escaping. Ankle cuffs help only to stop full speed running -- escaping into a crowd, ankle cuffs don't pose much of a challenge.
I'd rather just press a button myself.
Let's see how you handle a nine hundred pound half lawnmower, half centaur in a daycare, mister smarty pantses! What if they're hopped up on meth and have a nuclear weapon surgically implanted in their chests!? What then, bleeding hearts!? WHAT THEN!!!
Hypotheticals are important to these technologies, as are logical fallacies.
|TeenerTot - 2015-07-03 |
It's kinda creepy how these dudebros think it's a funny toy.
If he went into cardiac arrest, how many minutes would they be trying to shake him awake while calling him a pussy-queer
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