Glenn Campbell's tweet archive, searching for "crim"

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1: 2018-10-17: On My Bucket List: Present my own crimes as victimhood.
2: 2018-01-16: The bank robber, caught with the cash in his hands, told police, “Believe me, I am the least criminal person you have ever met in your entire life.“
3: 2016-10-27: Under the Trump Administration, the first criminals jailed will be the fact checkers.
4: 2015-02-11: A Hate Crime is when you kill someone because of Hate, not just hate. It's a bigger kind of Hate making them a Deader kind of dead.
5: 2014-11-19: Crime prevention tip: If you are carrying a satchel full of diamonds, no one knows it unless you announce, "Hey, I've got diamonds in here!"
6: 2014-07-24: RT @cracked: "Dry County" laws increase drunk driving. The 6 Most Popular Crime Fighting Tactics (That Don't Work) -
7: 2014-05-17: RT @MailOnline: Half of 'right to be forgotten' requests made to Google have come from those with criminal convictions…
8: 2014-05-11: RT @nypost: Why did a criminal spend 15 years in jail for robbing a store and upon his release rob the same store again?…
9: 2014-03-19: RT @TIME: Former U.S. ambassador to USSR: Let Russia take Crimea
10: 2014-03-18: Tourism dollars dry up in Crimea.
11: 2014-03-18: The economic cost to Russia for its Crimea adventure.
12: 2014-03-17: If Russia imposes the same draconian visa restrictions on Crimea as the rest of Russia, it will kill the tourist industry there.
13: 2014-03-09: "EU leaders agreed to be jolly annoyed about Putin’s annexation of Crimea," but America has a gas weapon.
14: 2014-03-08: RT @nytimes: Crimea Crisis Revives Issue of Secession’s Legitimacy
15: 2014-03-06: On My Bucket List: Establish a puppet regime in Crimea, nominally at the behest of the Crimean people.
16: 2014-03-05: RT @TIME: The standoff at Belbek: Inside the first clash of the second Crimean war
17: 2014-03-04: Crimea is home of the world oldest pyramid, dating to the dinosaurs and presumably built by them. Via @ohboywhatashot
18: 2014-03-04: Crimea conspiracy theory: Putin invaded to HELP Ukrainians gain sympathy and $$$€€€ from the West.
19: 2014-03-04: RT @PaulSonne: Here's the sort of scene playing out at #Ukraine's bases in Crimea, most encircled by Russians. (via…
20: 2014-03-02: Russia takes Russian-speaking Crimea, apparently with majority support of the Crimean people. I'm not going to miss Crimea. Will you?
21: 2014-02-20: An armored car may protect your money but it also tells criminals where to find it.
22: 2014-02-04: "Better to be a lion for a day than a sheep all your life," said every criminal ever born.
23: 2014-01-12: "I don't see how you can say such cruel things about me when you don't even know me," said the criminal upon his arrest.
24: 2013-12-03: RT @MailOnline: Police in Iceland offer condolences after shooting criminal dead
25: 2013-10-31: In Sweden, everything is new and clean and there is no crime or unhappiness.
26: 2013-10-06: Time is running out for Nazi war criminal hunters. Got to nab them quick before they die.
27: 2013-09-15: Take away the need for drugs, gangs supplying drugs and the misjudgment caused by drugs, what crime would we have left?
28: 2013-09-15: The biggest cost of addiction to society: If the drug is expensive or illegal, the addict will turn to crime to get it.
29: 2013-08-16: RT @DailyMailUK: Never-before-seen mug shots of Victorian women criminals
30: 2013-05-17: Crime is destructive to society but also to the criminal. One way or another, it is a high risk behavior that almost always ends badly.
31: 2013-05-16: Punishment isn't perfect, but it is a reasonably effective mechanism to prevent crime. No society can function without it.
32: 2013-05-10: @laurenahayes They chose to commit the crime didn't they?
33: 2013-04-30: In a small town with little crime, police justify their existence by "finding" more crime and suspicious incidents than big city police.
34: 2013-04-17: Instead of following each mass shooting and terrorist attack, just read the annual crime statistics, which show these things are trivial.
35: 2012-12-15: Most of your worries about crime are easily addressed by asking yourself: "If I was an addict who needed cash fast, what would I do?"
36: 2012-12-11: Divert the war on drugs to a war of treatment and you'd still have a drug problem as serious as today. Just less crime.
37: 2012-11-24: Gaydar, Mormon Glow and a criminal brow are clinically proven! What you can tell from a face. via @laurenahayes
38: 2012-10-18: Most theft is a crime of opportunity that you invited by giving the thief an easy target.
39: 2012-09-26: All I knew about Tallinn when I arrived: No visa needed. € is the local currency. Crime risk low. Hostel booked. How to get to hostel.
40: 2012-05-25: "Crush Crime" — Does this slogan and it's posting change criminal behavior or enforcement? Or did the state waste $50?
41: 2012-05-24: Most realistic crime show ever: "Jerk Detective". Cop is brilliant at solving crimes but his ego alienates everyone. New partner every week.
42: 2012-05-05: Are racists going to be deterred from hate crimes by tacking a few more years onto the sentences of other racists?
43: 2012-05-05: "Transgender woman killed in possible hate crime" <== Doesn't "killed" imply hate? Does it really matter what kind of hate it was?
44: 2012-04-17: Positive: Little crime in Japan. Negative: A rigid social structure of unwritten rules enforced by shame.
45: 2012-04-06: US visitors to Russia need a visa, which is a bitch to get, but Ukraine requires no visa. Only crime is an issue.
46: 2012-03-22: Over a century and a half has passed. I think it's time we forgave the South for their aggressions, atrocities and unprovoked war crimes.
47: 2012-03-09: Who is the no.1 victim of crime worldwide, the cannon fodder in every war, forever stereotyped based on gender? It's time for #IntlMensDay!
48: 2012-03-05: To forgive someone doesn't mean you're letting them off the hook for their crimes. It only means you are releasing the animosity inside you.
49: 2012-03-05: Case Study 2: You are raped. You report the crime and testify at the trial. You forgive BEFORE the trial. To hold onto anger hurts only you.
50: 2012-03-05: Case Study: Mom was a bitch. Left you with all sorts of scars. You can't reform her or make her accept her crimes. You forgive and move on.
51: 2012-03-04: The key to protecting yourself from crime is understanding where the drug addicts hang out, since they are responsible for most of it.
52: 2012-01-12: No one sees himself as evil. Every criminal has a reasonable sounding explanation for his actions.
53: 2012-01-10: The first defense of the guilty is to accuse others of similar crimes.
54: 2012-01-08: One advantage of visiting wealthy, isolated towns is protection from petty crime. Economic realities filter out the low-level druggies.
55: 2011-12-30: Drug crime is marked by the need for immediate cash and the willingness to take risks no "sane" person would accept.
56: 2011-12-30: The worst crime, short of murder, is the indiscriminate making of babies.
57: 2011-12-24: Main factor in your risk of crime: Is this Cracktown or Suburbatopia?
58: 2011-12-17: "Existential" is when you are sentenced to life in prison for a crime you DID commit.
59: 2011-12-15: If you understand how addicts think you'll also know how to protect yourself from crime, since most of it is addiction driven.
60: 2011-11-11: Tweet stealing is a crime punishable by people not believing your best tweets are really yours.
61: 2011-10-05: Drug-driven property crime usually involves the willingness to take huge risks for relatively meager rewards
62: 2011-07-30: 99% of all crime is opportunistic. It happens because the victim provides the criminal with an easy and obvious opportunity.
63: 2011-07-02: Anger is the first defense of the guilty. The second is to accuse others of the same crime one is guilty of.
64: 2011-04-22: When you are a victim of crime, 9 times out of 10 it can be traced to something foolish you did.
65: 2011-03-24: For the destructive power of good intentions, see Prohibition—how it gave us organized crime while failing to curb alcoholism.
66: 2011-03-18: Our 2008 essay: "KAPU - Death for Everything!" - Proposing sensible reforms to American criminal law.
67: 2011-03-17: Juvenile justice and child welfare are two sides of the same coin. Juvenile crime is the natural result of family dysfunction.
68: 2011-03-05: Ban porn and you create a destructive underground industry to supply it. This adds a criminal element and encourages sexual deviance.
69: 2011-03-02: The purpose, ego and funding of the police derives from fighting crime. This gives them a bias to find crime—whether or not it exists.
70: 2011-02-21: You would confess to a crime you didn't commit if you believe the police hold all the cards and you'll get worse punishment if you don't.
71: 2011-02-21: RT @NewMindMirror Why Innocent Suspects May Confess to a Crime - ScienceDaily
72: 2011-02-12: @TheBosha cc @tammyphinney Canadians don't kill each other, but they're big into property crime, thanks to DRUGS FROM AMERICA.
73: 2011-02-08: Beauty pageants, talent shows and criminal trials all hinge on one flawed assumption: that the judges know what they're doing.
74: 2011-01-22: If you're a victim of a crime or disease, you didn't cause the misfortune, but you're still responsible for making the best of it.
75: 2011-01-18: Returning to the scene of my photographic crimes in West Virginia. Turns out it's a Dupont plant, not Dow.
76: 2011-01-07: A "commitment spree" is like a crime spree but with escalating commitments, each justifying the last. E.g. love > marriage > mortgage > baby
77: 2011-01-06: The easiest way to avoid crime is to not own anything worth stealing.
78: 2011-01-06: Crime may be destructive, but not so much as the prison we lock ourselves in for fear of it.
79: 2011-01-03: Tweet stealing is a crime punishable by people not believing you when you produce a good one yourself.
80: 2010-12-28: Flooding the internet with free porn is like legalizing drugs. It's still not healthy but it cuts out the criminal middle man.
81: 2010-12-14: FACEBOOK CRIMEWAVE! Facebook crimes up 540% in 3 years. Police chiefs sound the alarm. (Duh! Who was on FB 3 yrs ago?)
82: 2010-12-13: Bored cops are the most dangerous. They will detect more "crime" than busy ones, sometimes more than actually exists.
83: 2010-12-12: Police can always find more or less crime by adjusting their tolerance. "Speeding" can start at 5 mph above the limit or 15. They choose.
84: 2010-12-12: Just by interacting with law enforcement you run the risk of being accused of a crime, so you want to limit that interaction.
85: 2010-12-12: Police owe their existence—and ego—to crime. If they can't find it, they are nobody. Find it, and they become powerful. That's the bias.
86: 2010-12-09: Existential regret is being sentenced to life in prison for a crime you DID commit.
87: 2010-11-07: Rape may be a terrible crime, but if the punishment is close to that of murder, you are only encouraging the rapist to kill the witness.
88: 2010-10-31: Crime is not random. It happens mainly when you give the criminal an obvious opportunity and guarantee him anonymity.
89: 2010-10-24: The irony of law enforcement is that it needs crime to justify its existence.
90: KilroyCafe: 2010-08-26: Perjury is a crime reserved mainly for the rich and famous when their lies reach the tabloids.
91: KilroyCafe: 2010-07-19: Criminal law, like a slaughterhouse, eventually poisons the souls of everyone working there.
92: KilroyCafe: 2010-03-10: Is porn good for us? As use of porn increases, sex crime goes down. The Scientist via @Sheamus
93: KilroyCafe: 2010-03-02: On my bucket list: Spend 10 years in prison for a crime I did commit but thought I wouldn't get caught for.
94: KilroyCafe: 2010-03-01: The irony of law enforcement is that it needs crime to justify its existence. It will scare the public to protect its budget.
95: KilroyCafe: 2010-02-14: If crimes were sentenced according to actual suffering caused, murder might receive a light sentence compared to other crimes.
96: KilroyCafe: 2010-02-08: Any decent pervert will try to cover his guilt by accusing others of sex crimes. Who is the sicko in the room? It may be the inquisitor!
97: KilroyCafe: 2009-10-12: Crimes are prosecuted only when they cross the bow of law enforcement or when someone has something to gain by prosecution.
98: KilroyCafe: 2009-08-26: Any proposed law must be understood from the perspective of the clever criminal. How will he turn the new law to his own advantage?
99: KilroyCafe: 2009-08-18: Crime is a real threat, but the damage it does is usually dwarfed by what we do to ourselves through our own foolish actions.
100: KilroyCafe: 2009-08-14: Who needs local TV news? You could randomly rerun past stories (crimes, car crashes, etc) and most viewers would never know!
101: KilroyCafe: 2009-08-14: Flooding the internet with porn is like legalizing drugs. It's still not healthy but it cuts out the criminal middle man.
102: KilroyCafe: 2009-07-28: Juvenile justice is America's only serious attempt at rehabilitative justice - i.e. intended to actually reduce future crime.
103: KilroyCafe: 2009-07-07: LA Times: Life inside the Irvine bubble - Low crime, but totally isolated from the real world.
104: KilroyCafe: 2009-06-10: Crime sprees are usually the result of paranoid panic, as are workplace killings by just-fired workers.
105: KilroyCafe: 2009-06-10: Just by interacting with law enforcement you run the risk of being accused of a crime, so you want to limit that interaction.
106: KilroyCafe: 2009-06-10: Police owe their existence - and ego - to crime. If they don't find it they are nobody. Find it, and they become powerful.
107: KilroyCafe: 2009-06-10: Police can always find more or less crime by adjusting their tolerance. "Speeding" can start at 5 mph above the limit or 15. They choose.
108: KilroyCafe: 2009-06-10: Bored cops are the most dangerous. They will detect more crime than busy ones - not necessarily to the benefit of society.
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