Hopefully Donald Trump won't inexplicably show up for this court hearing.
Tbh beaters are driven for a reason. Not ideal but good to keep you moving. just don't expect to take a road trip with it.Not to defend Spoony, but if you are a poor fag or working class type, having your only car be totaled in a car crash of any kind is pretty much a life ruining event.
If you are poor/working class, losing your car basically means your ability to move is pretty much destroyed. You are stuck walking on your feet, which can supremely limit where you can go, especially when it comes to work and basic needs like food/groceries. But especially the former, as you run the risk of losing your job if you lose the only means to get to it. Especially if it's one that's in another town and requires a commute of some kind.
Worse, the lose of a car is pretty much a death sentence unless you are super fucking rich. Even middle class types can get fucked if their car is totaled. Car repairs can cost in the thousands after a wreck, and sometimes it's just cheaper to buy a new one than repair one unless you are super rich and can afford to piss away money rebuilding a severely damaged car.
And buying a car is pretty much out of the reach for the bulk of the working class/poor and even some middle class types. New cars basically cost $20,000 minimum (basically the cost of a house) and require rather HUGE down payments before the dealership will even consider a payment plan. Worse, even a used car that is in moderate driving condition will cost you $3000 minimum from mom and pop used car lots. And even then, you'll be expected to put down a huge down payment ($1000-1500) and for a lot of working class (and even some middle class types), they don't fucking have that kind of money laying around for an emergency. Fuck, the average working class type doesn't even have $400 dollars available for an emergency.
A wrecked car, especially if it's your only vehicle and even worse if you don't have a network for family or friends who can give you rides or worse, so poor that it would take you half a year to scrap up the money for the down payment on the cheapest car on the lot of your nearest used car dealership if had a job and could still get to it, is a life ruiner. Especially since Spoony is a literal poor fag that doesn't even have a job and only makes $400 in Patreon money a month at this point.
I have a new nickname for Noah any time he gets on a soapbox about sexual contact.Yes mr. "I wanna chain you in my basement and rape you" please sermonize others about inappropiate touching.
Turns out he was trying to slash his arms but his leathery, calloused, bedsore-ridden, crusted-over skin destroyed the knife when he tried it.Even if he maintained minimum output he'd still slowly grow a new audience.
Instead, he sharpens his quarter-inch knife while tweeting angrily at Trump.
It's like a reboot of Taxi Driver starring a gigantic pussy.
Failing an all out pair of hidden cam glasses, next best thing is simply tuck your smartphone in your shirt or jacket pocket with the lens facing out. Be sure to have enough memory free and sit close enough to 'the accused' to get clear audio.It's truly a serendipitous set of coincidences. I'm going to be in Chicago for a job interview and happen to have just bought a new suit for it and everything. The timing for his trial couldn't be better, the question is how shall I prove I was there? Photo of a timestamp in front of the courthouse?
No offense but I'm not risking getting slapped with my own charges for something like this. I'll see if I can get any footage of him after the trial though.Failing an all out pair of hidden cam glasses, next best thing is simply tuck your smartphone in your shirt or jacket pocket with the lens facing out. Be sure to have enough memory free and sit close enough to 'the accused' to get clear audio.
The important thing is to keep your phone on silent, you'll likely not catch any charges if you get caught, it's not like it's a murder trial
While I agree that the most probable outcome to getting caught is just getting thrown out, I wouldn't recommend anybody depend on "you'll likely not catch any charges" in order to try and sneak record footage of some washed up YouTuber going through what will almost certainly be a boring and routine court appearance. It's just not worth it for internet points.The important thing is to keep your phone on silent, you'll likely not catch any charges if you get caught, it's not like it's a murder trial
Especially if you go for a job interview. They will change their mind, if they learn, that you tried to record in the courtroom without permission the very same day. I'll be fine if you just take a picture of him near the court. Good hunting!No offense but I'm not risking getting slapped with my own charges for something like this.
No offence at all. As a veteran of a 5 year long court case that ended up making case law, I'll add a couple more cents. It is a public hearing, technically no different from a park or any other public gathering place. That is why anyone can walk in and observe the proceedings at any time. Where recording is not allowed, it is a matter of maintaining courtroom orderliness at the discretion of the judge. Just as someone would be asked to keep quiet, so someone would be asked to stop recording. You can not be charged with anything. Unless you disobey the judge's request, in which case it becomes contempt of court. Besides, there's a good chance recording in the court is allowed anyway. Simply asking beforehand wouldn't do any harm. Not pressuring you to do anything. Just an FYI for anyone who cares.
"YOUR HONOR WHATIS A PALADIN!" Just screamed across a courtroom would be fucking hilariousGo dressed as the Jester from Ultima and interupt the courtcase with asking about paladins.
That's true, if they don't allow recordings you could always write stuff down in a notebook or something similarWhile I agree that the most probable outcome to getting caught is just getting thrown out, I wouldn't recommend anybody depend on "you'll likely not catch any charges" in order to try and sneak record footage of some washed up YouTuber going through what will almost certainly be a boring and routine court appearance. It's just not worth it for internet points.
I suspect if we are lucky enough to have a member here who can view the proceedings they can tell us anything interesting that happens much like with CWC's trial dates.
Seems like most people with internet fame. They make great content and people flock to them. They get caught up in the hype and start doing sometimes multiple videos a week. Basically they blow their wad right out of the gate. Eventually they get burnt out spending 20-100+ hours making each video (or the run out of content) and they start doing vlogs or impromptu videos on the side. Then the output slows down, while the vlogs increase. Eventually they just become ebeggars doing nothing or close up shop.And that trend only continued to go less scripting/editing, you know, work, and more wrestling talk, talking about movies on his couch, and counter monkey episodes, until we got to now
Has he even liked anything recently? Depression fucks your ability to enjoy things you once liked.Okay so... Spoony was disappointed with Persona 5 and Red Dead Redemption 2, two major games that, despite the amount of praise they got, disappointed him. I wonder what sort of thing he could do about this? I can't think of what unique position or ability this individual has to rectify this particular situation.