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Like my hmong friend when we took that uber ride, he told the uber guy driver that he's hmongolian too.  The driver was from mongolia. 

I was tipsy and that makes me even more confused. 

You know here in cali, I have been to about 90% of all them tribal land casinos and I have to say that I have never seen an indian person there.  Only one time I saw an indian but this indian guy is not from the reservation and has a white chick for a wife. 

So basically, on an indian reservation, they have their own government and cops so of speak.  Some of the revenues that the casino profits go into the pockets of them natives that are living nearby.  It only make sense cuz if you are profiting from an organization, you are banned from being a customer at such casino.  It is like how residents from alaska are their $1000 rebate paycheck.  It also makes sense cuz I have never seen an indian who collects such money would work like a normal joe like us in a nearby factory.  Unless they are business owner and perhaps, those folks deferred from getting a penny from a local casino. 

But yeah, where the heck are them indians?  Yall see any that works?  They are like retired folks who gets a check every month from them local casinos cuz they surely don't get no social security check like us.  I don't even know if they do have a social security card either. 

So if yall in an indian reservation area and if the coast is clear and you are at a traffic light or stop sign, just run it.  Nothing will happen to you cuz them tribal cops don't give out speeding tickets.  That is your FYI but don't hold my words for it. 

Welfare check???

Just knock on the door

It is up to the officer to consider if a welfare check is deem suspicious like opened windows and doors and in pitch dark at 3am in the bloody morning.  Just like hurricane levels, can change too.  Officers must use best judgement to react to circumstances at hand. 

What people really need is an emergency fund.   Chit in life happens and you need to have them resources to bail you out.  If you don't have ties with family, you really really need to have a really healthy emergency fund account. 

Not saying it only happens in boonie redneck country but I'm picturing a scene from texas chainsaw.  I mean in that movie show, even without the chainsaw guy, the people living there were highly disturbed. 

When you are in isolation, you play god and can make up your own rules.  I know a hmong guy who rented a home just because it has a big azz backyard and since it is out in no where land, he ran a cock operations.   Triangle looking boards all over the place.  Count each one and you know how many he got.  Now imagine if he was sick, he would have one human tied to each one. 

I think the proper protocol would of been this. 

1.  Secure the premises
2.  Accessing the situation to gain as much information as possible

then if needed to, get on that speaker and say "this is the police, come out with your hands up"
What this does is it gives the homeowner a chance to lower his legally weapon and come out to diffuse the situation. 

Lives then would be saved. 

Much needed training world wide is a start. 

Here goes another update

It looks like the ex cop shooter was a young cop hired just last year and with a lack of experiences, they tend to approach most cases with high extreme alert.   Could this be an excuse by the department to help lesser the charges on this rookie cop? 

The Fort Worth officer who shot Atatiana Jefferson wasn't actually asked to do a welfare check

Marriage & Family Life / Re: Be careful when dating in Maryland
« on: October 16, 2019, 07:56:49 PM »
You don't believe the site? I'm givin you the state's official legislative website.

I believe you and I'll raise you some more. 

INDIANA: Liquor stores can't sell refrigerated water or soda.

MARYLAND: Fortune telling is illegal in Maryland.

MICHIGAN: A statute on the books since 1931 makes adultery a felony ó punishable by a maximum sentence of four years in prison and possibly a $5,000 fine.

MISSISSIPPI: Profanity in public could land a person in jail for up to 30 days. It's illegal for anyone to use vulgar or obscene language in the presence of two or more people.

NEBRASKA: No person who is afflicted with a sexually transmitted disease can marry

SOUTH CAROLINA: A male over the age of 16 can't seduce a woman by falsely promising to marry her.

VERMONT: The legislature created a law that prohibits outlawing solar collectors and clotheslines, listing both items as "energy devices based on renewable resources."

VIRGINIA: An odd law still on the books suggests Virginia is for prudes, not lovers. "Fornication" (or sex) is completed banned, except for married couples. It's punishable as a misdemeanor.

I clicked on the vietrealm link and it's pretty telling that other Asian groups come together in forums. However, the Hmong aren't really included despite also being Asian. On the other hand, Japanese folk seem to consciously choose not to be a part of it.

Vietrealm is everyone bashing on another's man culture.  If you get yourself engaged, you will battle the hell out of them.  Just don't tell them what you are and start firing.  The admin is some viet guy from new york but he's very verse with his vietnam/southeast asian news.  They talked more about what is happening over there than it is here in the States. 

Dok Champa, I donít think this theory would be applicable in all circumstances.  Otherwise, an Asian man would be more desirable in a majority Caucasian city/town.....and thatís not always the case.   ;D  :D

Well azn going to white or euro is not the way.   Your OG hmong men to pimp young hmong third world is the way to go.  I have never seen a much thirsty culture when they only see you as having them American papers and want to be a part of it. 

Marriage & Family Life / Re: Be careful when dating in Maryland
« on: October 16, 2019, 06:39:27 PM »
Cot dayam, must be a joke.  Only $10? 

Give me 50 of those

I wonder if he can get away without paying child support.   Like a verbal contract is still a contract. 

This case reminds me of a has been ph member that I argued the importance of marriage to have children.  The homegirl was firm with her stance and boy, would I like to use this case to rip her apart.   :2funny:

Marriage & Family Life / Re: What's up with these spouse killings?
« on: October 16, 2019, 06:32:30 PM »
I can't say that it is in your DNA

but with the japs, kamakazi is the art of taking your vehicle like a plane and crashing it into the enemy.  Suicide and japs goes hand in hand.  Epidemic 

I don't believe the details of the news yet. I think we've heard from just one side of the big story.

The only thing I believe...two things I believe about this story..ok, three things are these: 1. there's a killing and both  spouses are dead, 2. there's been a conflict between them, and 3. there's  a third persoin involved--could be a man or a woman, could be interfering with the wife or the husband.

The daughter said it was a love triangle story. 

Lao is involved. 

Marriage & Family Life / Re: What's up with these spouse killings?
« on: October 16, 2019, 06:27:54 PM »
If you often see this then it becomes and epidemic. 

It used to be... I'll beat you up till you black and blue but hey, you will both live

Now, hmong hunters.....   you know where I'm going with this.   

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