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11-08-2011 09:54 PM
1833usmc Check Uncle Sam and his magic pew-poo list. If where you're. Going is on it; go around it! It's all about risk management folks.
10-31-2010 01:35 PM
newhaul
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Originally Posted by mdbee View Post
You can click on "per capita"

The amazing thing, China and Brazil have no murders!
actually they do you just have to go in by country and statistics the only thing i cant seem to find is the time frame of the report is it by day month or year?
10-31-2010 01:13 PM
mdbee
Per Capita

You can click on "per capita"

The amazing thing, China and Brazil have no murders!



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Originally Posted by therapy23 View Post
Wonderful.

Now lets see them by population (like per 100,000).

And maybe by population density.

Statistics are wonderful.
10-31-2010 11:23 AM
therapy23
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Originally Posted by tkawika View Post
Wonderful.

Now lets see them by population (like per 100,000).

And maybe by population density.

Statistics are wonderful.
10-31-2010 02:41 AM
tkawika FYI... Murders by Country
10-14-2010 07:59 PM
JiffyLube
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Originally Posted by swampcreek View Post
What about this purchase of land? We payed decendants of the Spanish Conquistadors. They conquered the Aztecs. The Aztecs, Toltecs and Chicimecas probably killed a lot of Oaxacas, Mixtecs, Zapotecs and Mayans to run Mexico. These civilizations most likely conquered the 1st significant civilization in Mexico, the Olmecs. So lets see, If the original habitants of the area we call Mexico are to get paid a "fair" price for their ancestrial lands then we must 1st seperate 90% of Mexicos' population which is Spanish decent and then have THEM pay the decendants of the original indigineous tribes who make up 10% of Mexicos population, the Sapnish decendants can then gMexico'so back to Spain leaving Mexico to it's original tribes. Those tribes then should all filter the funds back to the decendants of the Olmec civilization.

Oh but wait...Thats way too involved and simply foolish. It's easier to just jump on the band wagon and try to shake down the good Ol' USA for cash and handouts. While the "Mexicans" arguments are just as foolish to many of us it is popular thing to do, and there are many self loathing Americans who reside right here that will help them.

Crazy man!
Don't ever call a Spaniard 'Mexican'...they hate that!
10-14-2010 07:38 PM
JiffyLube
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didnt mean to start a war on here with my post heres the latest the sherif said it was case of mistaken identy. (yea right)
Sheriff: Jet Ski killing blamed on mistaken identity - World news - Americas - msnbc.com
The part of that new link that cracked me up was "A damage control campaign is currently under way, led by Los Zetas No. 2, Miguel 'Z-40' Trevino Morales, to identify and eliminate those who engaged the Hartleys without proper authorization," according to the report.

Are they trying to tell us drug gangs feel they have a responsiblity and an image to protect so no one thinks bad of them?...LOL
10-14-2010 05:56 PM
newhaul didnt mean to start a war on here with my post heres the latest the sherif said it was case of mistaken identy. (yea right)
Sheriff: Jet Ski killing blamed on mistaken identity - World news - Americas - msnbc.com
10-14-2010 07:27 AM
sailingdog Well, the Cartels have escalated the situation down in Mexico... they killed the investigator responsible for looking into the recent killing...

Mexican Drug Gang Decapitates Investigator in Homicide of American David Hartley - ABC News
10-14-2010 12:53 AM
daveneiter Way to go swampcreek!
I agree. I'm Jewish, German, and a few others........those checks should be a better retirement than social security.

By the way, what is the "pirate situation" off the Mexican coast?
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