I do like an occasional donut ngl, but I agree they're so bad for you and I hate it when it gets on my shirt or pants/skirt.In my opinion doughnuts are overrated, the dough part is disgusting, because of the usage of to much fat and the topping is just flavored sugar. Eating it is guaranteed to get your hands and shirt dirty with half of the good stuff falling to the ground. I'm going to bed now and I expect to get at least 5 death threats. ^^°
All the reasons you think doughnuts are overrated are why I love doughnuts. Give me that fat and sugar. >In my opinion doughnuts are overrated, the dough part is disgusting, because of the usage of to much fat and the topping is just flavored sugar. Eating it is guaranteed to get your hands and shirt dirty with half of the good stuff falling to the ground. I'm going to bed now and I expect to get at least 5 death threats. ^^°
Not sure if I posted this in a previous thread, but eh.
I do not simply "listen and believe". Especially not when it comes to serious allegations/accusations of someone else. False allegations/accusations are abundant, and if someone goes onto social media rather than the actual police if you've claimed to be sexually harassed, stalked, raped, +++, you lose a lot of credibility. If what you're claiming is true then IMO you have a duty to file a claim with the police. Not just for your own sake but also for the sake of others.
You make the claim, the burden of proof lies on you. It does not lie on the accused to prove they are innocent. Our society is based upon "innocent until proven guilty".
Oh yeah, and coincidentally? Of the first 1595 kits tested from that pool (Y'know, the ones mostly ignored because of above paragraph), about 49% turned up CODIS eligible profiles, 28.5% were direct hits within the system, and about 8% were directly attributed to serial rapists. Or, in other words, the rate of matching among untested kits - kits explicitly untested out of belief that the victims were making it up or trying to deflect trouble - to serial rapists on its own was approximately identical to the rate of false allegations.Prepare to be fucking disgusted said:that most cases were closed after minimal investigational effort. In both the stakeholder interviews and in the actual police reports, law enforcement personnel expressed negative, victim-blaming beliefs about sexual assault victims. Rape survivors were often assumed to be prostitutes and therefore what had happened to them was considered to be their own fault. Adolescents were assumed to be lying, trying to avoid getting into trouble by concocting a false story about being raped. Police said that those who had been assaulted by friends and acquaintances had "got-what-they-got" because they had chosen to associate with the perpetrator. Case after case was labeled "a deal gone bad" or otherwise dismissed as "not really a rape" and these attitudes directly affected law enforcement personnel's decisions regarding whether to submit a rape kit for forensic testing.