Of course what they catch on camera when you are pulled over on the highways, can also help justify you, if you are innocent
They often pull you over for nothing, to shake you down for money, then tell you it's for your safty.
They don't do that here, and would be fired from the job if it's proven that they did.
Here they have cameras
Where do you live? I believe you said Canada. No they aren't allowed to take your money unless it's drug money, and they have to keep that in the Evidence room
Do the police there actually make people give their money to them? Here if they did that they would be charged with theft
The only people in the US who are afraid of cops, are those who have committed a crime.
We in general have no fear of them
Believe me it's worse in the States, more violents, too. About 1% of American are in prison, 87% of them for non violent
I think you have the wrong idea about the US. We have a lot more people, and we let everyone in. But violence is not something you see, except when shown on the news, or if you live in a bad area
I don't see America as worse. Have you actually lived here, and are speaking from experience, or are you guessing, or have been taught that? I'd like to know where you get your info from
Here are the countries with the highest murder rate. America isn't listed there
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/04/1 … 25188.html
In America most of the crimes has to do with robbery, and drugs,
I live in Los Angeles California, and the most notorious crimes are auto theft, then drug dealing, and robbery. But there are 38,802,500 people in California
This town is full of different types of people too.
Funny but females steal cars as often as the men do here in LA
1% of Americans are in Prison? I don't think so
It works out to be 0.49%
(if the two numbers I found are actually accurate)
There are, as of 2014, 318.9 million people in America and 1.57 million inmates. So that works out to be less than half of your declared 1%
1.57 is what percent of 318.9
= 1.57 / 318.9
Converting decimal to a percentage:
0.004923 * 100 = 0.49%
No more than cameras in department stores or gas stations. I'm not sure you can really expect much privacy when you're in public, especially with everyone having photo/recording abilities on their phones.
Doesn't bother me one bit.
Me either, I think it would bother those who have something to hide the most, and the rest are probably just those people who are really into privacy
I've traveled 49 states and lived in 3 of them. One time made most of my money there and half of my relietived. The public have nearly 300 million guns in fear of tyranny from the Government.
Who is afraid of what government? Not Americans.
No one in their right mind who lives in America fears tyranny from our government
We don't have contact with the government unless it's election time, and unless we see them round about town, and we most certainly don't fear them. Our government/citizen relationship is relaxed, like every day people.
If you are saying you lived here, and those were the conditions in America, then I have to say you're making it up.
Anyone who lives, or has lived here, knows it's not true, you're fibbing why are you doing that?
Do you actually think people have guns in America because they fear the government? not true, not even a little bit
Building a tiny home eco village and living there. Plan B is excaping to my
eco village in Belize. For when,
not if the
be wars and a
that people either were aware of or prepared for.
Cameras are not
there for just your
are there to spy
too. Guns are not
there for just
criminals murdering your
family, your 8
times more likely
to kill yourself or
kill someone you
know than kill the criminal. Some use guns for
cheaper to buy
What 3 states did you live in? Describe them
How did you work without having a green card?
Started in 3D animation in LA in California at age 17. Today my daughter is a professial 3D
was the first full time sand and
and got special
and lived in
I've been to Florida, and Virginia. I live and go to school in LA.
Describe Florida for me please
You are going to find that Castlepaloma is completely bat-guano crazy and will spout a bunch of nonsensical gibberish about everything and anything except what the question was or the actual subject of the Hub.
Best to ignore him or your question about police body/dash cams (a subject about which I do have some expertise) will end up as a debate on the mating habits of the Guatemalan water snake.
You guys are full of BS, because to even try to check someone out to see if they telling BS. I walk my talk what have done in your live you loved for 4 decades.
Go to some of my hubs and check out some of sand or snow
I've won 5 World
and Harrson hot
Did some work for Disney in Orlando, Lives Naples Fl. (Swamps, beaches and old
folk) In Fl. there
was more work in sand sculptures in Forida because
the beaches and
theme parks ,
festival, rich cats
retired, folks and
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