• I want to go to law school but I don't want to go to court and stand in front of a judge. What jobs do you recommend?

    I love learning about history, law, and politics. But I am very introverted and don't like to deal with people. What is a job that requires law school that is best suited for me?
    I love learning about history, law, and politics. But I am very introverted and don't like to deal with people. What is a job that requires law school that is best suited for me?
    15 answers · 24 hours ago
  • Sugar Daddy sent me a bad check?

    For a few weeks I have been talking regularly with a "sugar daddy". From the start I ve been very hesitant about getting involved out of fear of being scammed, but the more we text and get to know each other, his deep conversation and interest in me convinces me he may be serious. I m 22 and know little... show more
    For a few weeks I have been talking regularly with a "sugar daddy". From the start I ve been very hesitant about getting involved out of fear of being scammed, but the more we text and get to know each other, his deep conversation and interest in me convinces me he may be serious. I m 22 and know little to nothing about banks and scams, but I know a red flag when I see one. And here they are: 1. He offered me an allowance very early, we haven t met up and have talked on the phone only once. 2. He says allowance via check is the ONLY way he can send money right now. 3. He states me wants me to send back a photo of the deposit slip, and says that if I dont trust him I may black paste an emoji over my account and routing number. 4. The check arrives and has a much greater amount ($4050) instead of what was agreed ($400). The print on the check also looks blurry and not authentic at all. I have not yet deposited the check into my account. I planned to deposit it and wait to see if it bounces before touching the monies.. worst case scenario I will just encounter a fee if the check is fake. What do you think? Have I encountered a Salt Daddy?
    14 answers · 21 hours ago
  • Could I use this method to teach a store a lesson regarding their bad policy?

    There is a grocery store in my area that has signs posted saying they don't accept checks as payment from anyone under 30. Pretty asinine policy if you ask me as this isn't the stone age and scanners can verify checks. I don't have to use a check but at 28 I don't appreciate the... show more
    There is a grocery store in my area that has signs posted saying they don't accept checks as payment from anyone under 30. Pretty asinine policy if you ask me as this isn't the stone age and scanners can verify checks. I don't have to use a check but at 28 I don't appreciate the discrimination. Here's what I'm thinking: I go in tonight and order a three piece order of chicken tenders at the food countet as an appetizer for the pound of shrimp I'm about to order at the seafood counter, and have them steam it. Once its out of cold storage and cooked, its perishable and they can't sell it to anyone else unless someone comes in right then and there. Then I get a birthday cake for my GFs birthday this Friday and have them write her name on it. Good luck selling that to anyone else. Then I do the rest of my shopping, and go to checkout and whip out my checkbook pretending not to see the under 30 sign. When the clerk mentions the policy, I tell a made up story about how I just switched banks and haven't received my debit card yet and these checks are all I have to pay with. When the clerk says they can't make the sale, I say: "Well, there's more in my cart than you can put back on the shelves. Here's a pound of steamed shrimp you get to throw away, a custom cake you get to throw away, some custom deli meat and cheese you get to throw away, oh and here's my order of tenders I already ate and a bottle of soda I already opened and drank out of so I guess that was free."
    11 answers · 4 hours ago
  • I know you shouldn't touch at a strip club but I did a little much during a lap dance so the stripper knocked me out cold. Press charges?

    I hadn't drank that much but I don't remember the incident obviously because I was knocked unconscious. Apparently during the lap dance she was shaking her butt in my face and I slapped it. She told me not to do it again according to her, and a couple minutes later I did the same thing. She that apparently... show more
    I hadn't drank that much but I don't remember the incident obviously because I was knocked unconscious. Apparently during the lap dance she was shaking her butt in my face and I slapped it. She told me not to do it again according to her, and a couple minutes later I did the same thing. She that apparently back kicked me in the face, knocking me out and causing me to slump down into the seat unconscious. They had to call an ambulance and I'm just wondering if I should consider pressing charges not only because of the concussion and broken jaw, but obviously the humiliation that came along with it with it. I know I broke a rule but I just thought her response was way excessive
    14 answers · 1 day ago
  • Im 13, And I'm being questioned by the police?

    So, Tomorrow the police are coming to question me about a person, Lets call him jake. There is a girl, lets call her lilly (aged 15), Lilly sent jake nudes without knowing jake, and jake screenshotted them. Lilly then blocked him because she didnt want them screenshotted and put on her snapchat story 'block... show more
    So, Tomorrow the police are coming to question me about a person, Lets call him jake. There is a girl, lets call her lilly (aged 15), Lilly sent jake nudes without knowing jake, and jake screenshotted them. Lilly then blocked him because she didnt want them screenshotted and put on her snapchat story 'block @jake` or whatever his username was. I asked hr why and she said it didn't matter, So I added jake and asked him. He told me the story and then sent me her nudes and I didnt even ask for her nudes as Im gay. I then told her jake showed me your nudes but I didnt want to see them. She then blocked me. Jake is currently being investigated as he is apparently a wanted Paedophile. Why am I being questioned by the police if I didnt do anything?
    15 answers · 2 days ago
  • Could this be a great Thanksgiving money making opportunity?

    There are two grocery stores in my town and no Walmarts. You'll have to drive for about 45 minutes to get to the next closest store or Walmart. Both of these stores have a grassy easement area they they do not own, thus they cant tell me to leave. Suppose that I went to these stores and bought them out of all... show more
    There are two grocery stores in my town and no Walmarts. You'll have to drive for about 45 minutes to get to the next closest store or Walmart. Both of these stores have a grassy easement area they they do not own, thus they cant tell me to leave. Suppose that I went to these stores and bought them out of all their Thanksgiving turkeys. Next week, I rent a trailer to hitch to my jeep, and show up on the easement near the stores with a scale and a trailer full of turkeys, and start selling them at 2-3 times the price per pound. Could I make money hand over fist? Afterall, people are gonna want turkeys for Thanksgiving. If there was only one guy who could sell you one, wouldn't you pay extra for it?
    18 answers · 3 days ago
  • White people: In general, do you feel superior to black people?

    Best answer: No, my boss is black so that'd be weird
    Best answer: No, my boss is black so that'd be weird
    9 answers · 21 hours ago
  • I was punched in my face at work after i was making fun of my co worker who met his girlfriend online and goes to community college, sue?

    Best answer: You were being a jerk but that still doesn't give the other guy the right to punch you (that's assault and yes you can press charges and/or sue civilly). Even if you are just trolling the concept is still the same.
    Best answer: You were being a jerk but that still doesn't give the other guy the right to punch you (that's assault and yes you can press charges and/or sue civilly). Even if you are just trolling the concept is still the same.
    8 answers · 1 day ago
  • Can you be arrest for calling a cop a pig to their face?

    Best answer: Just tonight I called a COP Porky to his face - he was obviously a donut lover and redirecting traffic. He was rude when I asked how to get to where I needed to go so I said have a good night porky. Insulting people is not against the law providing there is no threats of personal safety or hate crime threats. So... show more
    Best answer: Just tonight I called a COP Porky to his face - he was obviously a donut lover and redirecting traffic. He was rude when I asked how to get to where I needed to go so I said have a good night porky. Insulting people is not against the law providing there is no threats of personal safety or hate crime threats. So simply calling a COP a Pig is fine and they are use to it. Chances are you are already in trouble if you are having a confrontation with a COP - depends on the situation will justify calling a COP a Pig.
    14 answers · 3 days ago
  • Can I take my brass knuckles to an anti trump protest?

    Best answer: Tough guy, I’m ex navy seal
    Best answer: Tough guy, I’m ex navy seal
    13 answers · 3 days ago
  • Would wearing a KKK outfit out in public fall under most of the following hate crime offences?

    Hate crime is defined as when you discriminate against someone because of who they are, because of there: Race, Religion, Nationality, Sexuality, Disability, Gender etc. How many of them offences would wearing a KKK costume fall under?
    Hate crime is defined as when you discriminate against someone because of who they are, because of there: Race, Religion, Nationality, Sexuality, Disability, Gender etc. How many of them offences would wearing a KKK costume fall under?
    8 answers · 1 day ago
  • Is MGTOW a terrorist organization?

    Best answer: No, but they are creeps and should be monitored closely.
    Best answer: No, but they are creeps and should be monitored closely.
    12 answers · 3 days ago
  • Why don’t officers in Europe eat donuts?

    Best answer: The stereotype of Police eating doughnuts in the US is left over from a time when doughnut shops were the only place open to get coffee during the overnight shift. I suspect that reason doesn't fit most European countries. For the last several years, it hasn't been true in the US either.
    Best answer: The stereotype of Police eating doughnuts in the US is left over from a time when doughnut shops were the only place open to get coffee during the overnight shift. I suspect that reason doesn't fit most European countries. For the last several years, it hasn't been true in the US either.
    12 answers · 3 days ago
  • Could I kick someone's **** and not get into any serious legal trouble?

    I was a very early investor in Bitcoin. I purchased a fairly small amount When I was still in college. And now at only 29 I don't have to work anymore. I finished my degree and never needed to do anything with it. I'm not super wealthy in any way but I'm financially secure for the rest of my life. my... show more
    I was a very early investor in Bitcoin. I purchased a fairly small amount When I was still in college. And now at only 29 I don't have to work anymore. I finished my degree and never needed to do anything with it. I'm not super wealthy in any way but I'm financially secure for the rest of my life. my financial advisor tells me that I can continue to live a middle-class life and calculating for inflation I shouldn't run out of money until around the age of 83 and that's assuming I don't fund my 401k, and I fund As much as I can comfortably afford. Now let's say that someone crossed me and needed a fairly substantial kicking of the buttocks. I figure I would be arrested, probably be able to bond out pretty quickly. I can afford a good attorney and as it's my first offense I could probably plead it down to a misdemeanor. I probably face a fine, a modest amount of Probation and maybe a little community service. After that, There's the fact that I'm financially secure for life and already own a home. I'm never going to need to apply for another job or fill out a another rental application. A criminal records not going to mean all that much to me. If push comes to shove someday, Could I do this and consider it worth it?
    7 answers · 1 day ago
  • Can I get arrested for pouring tons of ramen noodle soup on the sidewalk and leaving it there?

    Best answer: Depends on the flavor.
    Best answer: Depends on the flavor.
    10 answers · 3 days ago