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Re: College Football
« Reply #850 on: November 15, 2005, 08:50:53 PM »
id rather go winless than have Spurrier as my coach

Looks like you are close to getting your wish... :D

beat a good SEC West team before you get too excited over there

You're right, beating UT isn't much to brag about.

its not... its like scoring with a Tri Delt, big deal, everyone else has

you go to UT, so you should know that the easiest girls on campus are actually Phi Mus.  Tri Delts will only sleep with you if you're an athlete or have money.

You mean, Phi MOOs.  Anyone that touches one of them deserves what he gets.

And the Tri Delt thing isnt true in the least...

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Re: College Football
« Reply #851 on: November 15, 2005, 09:10:30 PM »
id rather go winless than have Spurrier as my coach

Looks like you are close to getting your wish... :D

beat a good SEC West team before you get too excited over there

You're right, beating UT isn't much to brag about.

its not... its like scoring with a Tri Delt, big deal, everyone else has

you go to UT, so you should know that the easiest girls on campus are actually Phi Mus.  Tri Delts will only sleep with you if you're an athlete or have money.

You mean, Phi MOOs.  Anyone that touches one of them deserves what he gets.

And the Tri Delt thing isnt true in the least...

um, yeah, cause you're such an expert on UT tri delts. ::)

Re: College Football
« Reply #852 on: November 15, 2005, 10:09:54 PM »
id rather go winless than have Spurrier as my coach

Looks like you are close to getting your wish... :D

beat a good SEC West team before you get too excited over there

You're right, beating UT isn't much to brag about.

its not... its like scoring with a Tri Delt, big deal, everyone else has

you go to UT, so you should know that the easiest girls on campus are actually Phi Mus.  Tri Delts will only sleep with you if you're an athlete or have money.

You mean, Phi MOOs.  Anyone that touches one of them deserves what he gets.

And the Tri Delt thing isnt true in the least...

um, yeah, cause you're such an expert on UT tri delts. ::)

You said Tri Delts, not UT Tri Delts. 


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Re: College Football
« Reply #853 on: November 15, 2005, 10:13:00 PM »
id rather go winless than have Spurrier as my coach

Looks like you are close to getting your wish... :D

beat a good SEC West team before you get too excited over there

You're right, beating UT isn't much to brag about.

its not... its like scoring with a Tri Delt, big deal, everyone else has

you go to UT, so you should know that the easiest girls on campus are actually Phi Mus.  Tri Delts will only sleep with you if you're an athlete or have money.

You mean, Phi MOOs.  Anyone that touches one of them deserves what he gets.

And the Tri Delt thing isnt true in the least...

um, yeah, cause you're such an expert on UT tri delts. ::)

You said Tri Delts, not UT Tri Delts. 


um, actually, i limited the inquiry to UT.  i said ut phi mus, and implicit in that was that i was also talking about ut tri delts, as i took the time to point out that tegra8's stereotype of tri delts was no accurate at UT.  boy, they learn em good at souf karolaina.

Re: College Football
« Reply #854 on: November 15, 2005, 10:16:08 PM »
Hahaha.  Don't you have a department store to be ripping off or something?

http://www.lawschooldiscussion.org/prelaw/index.php/topic,38286.0.html

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Re: College Football
« Reply #855 on: November 15, 2005, 10:28:31 PM »
Hahaha.  Don't you have a department store to be ripping off or something?

http://www.lawschooldiscussion.org/prelaw/index.php/topic,38286.0.html

how does the fact that i was wrongfully accused of shoplifting negate the fact that you're an idiot who can't read?

Re: College Football
« Reply #856 on: November 15, 2005, 11:15:32 PM »
Hahaha.  Don't you have a department store to be ripping off or something?

http://www.lawschooldiscussion.org/prelaw/index.php/topic,38286.0.html

how does the fact that i was wrongfully accused of shoplifting negate the fact that you're an idiot who can't read?

I can read just fine.  I can also carry on a conversation without resorting to name calling.

And the fact that you felt you needed justification from other forum members for your inane attempt to extort an apology and compensation from a store that utilized proper security protocol just goes to further exhibit your character.


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Re: College Football
« Reply #857 on: November 16, 2005, 10:26:27 AM »
Store security is supposed to stop people that they actually see shoplifting, not people they suspect without any evidence.  Think of how it would hold up in court on cross-examination:

Ruskie: So when did you see the D steal the shirt?

Barney Fife: Well, technically, i didnt see her steal it, but I suspected her.

Ruskie: On what evidence did you base your suspicion?

Barney: Well, she went into the dressing room with a black shirt and came out wearing her normal clothes.

Ruskie: Like everyother shopper that does not like the way the clothes fit, in the history of dressing rooms?

Barney: Um, yes.

Normal procedures my ass.  JSIA

Re: College Football
« Reply #858 on: November 16, 2005, 10:28:40 AM »
They did not detain her.  They merely asked her to come back into the store until they assessed the situation.  At no time did the security guard or other personnel physically detain her.  She was free to leave at any time.  Her rights were not violated in any way. 

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Re: College Football
« Reply #859 on: November 16, 2005, 10:32:54 AM »
Store security is supposed to stop people that they actually see shoplifting, not people they suspect without any evidence.  Think of how it would hold up in court on cross-examination:

Ruskie: So when did you see the D steal the shirt?

Barney Fife: Well, technically, i didnt see her steal it, but I suspected her.

Ruskie: On what evidence did you base your suspicion?

Barney: Well, she went into the dressing room with a black shirt and came out wearing her normal clothes.

Ruskie: Like everyother shopper that does not like the way the clothes fit, in the history of dressing rooms?

Barney: Um, yes.

Normal procedures my ass.  JSIA


actually stores can detain customers if they have reasonable grounds for suspecting shoplifting, and they can detain them for a reasonable time and in a reasonable manner to conduct an investigation into the suspicion of shoplifting.  I dont know what the exact statute is in california for a merchants defense to false imprisonment, but Im sure it is similar.