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Oooff. Pretty risky for the cue swinger.

I avoid bar fights whenever I can. Imagine getting into a brawl and accidentally killing someone because you’re drunk and wound up.

Friends in HS, his older brother did 5 years for killing someone in a bar fight.

Basically words got exchanged and the brother decides to hit the other dude over the head with a beer bottle. Dude hit the ground dead as door nail and the brother was in absolute shock. He thought it would be like in the movies, the bottle shattering and everyone wrestling. Instead it was a *thump* then *thud*. Bottle didn't even break.
 

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Friends in HS, his older brother did 5 years for killing someone in a bar fight.

Basically words got exchanged and the brother decides to hit the other dude over the head with a beer bottle. Dude hit the ground dead as door nail and the brother was in absolute shock. He thought it would be like in the movies, the bottle shattering and everyone wrestling. Instead it was a *thump* then *thud*. Bottle didn't even break.
All this stuff ^^^ was my point weeks back when the guy needlessly threw the Fat Guy down the stands at a FB game a few weeks ago. Just because he was a loud mouth isn't worth going to prison.
 

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All this stuff ^^^ was my point weeks back when the guy needlessly threw the Fat Guy down the stands at a FB game a few weeks ago. Just because he was a loud mouth isn't worth going to prison.

That was self defense, my man… fat **** had already aggressively advanced on him and gestured a strike… trash had to be taken out or you risked damage…
 

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Probably his homie. And if you’re ride or die… you’re always involved if your homies involved

Agreed. Rule among men when they were younger. Been in quite a few bar fights when i was younger. Over buddies who took the bait.


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Well Actually...

Adjusted for inflation the average cost of slave in 1850 was around $220,000.

Which is another factory in the war. "Slave Owners" didn't exactly own thier slaves. Their banks did. This is why Washington went broke and Jefferson was only able to free 4-6 slaves.
 

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Well Actually...

Adjusted for inflation the average cost of slave in 1850 was around $220,000.

Which is another factory in the war. "Slave Owners" didn't exactly own thier slaves. Their banks did. This is why Washington went broke and Jefferson was only able to free 4-6 slaves.
Did... did you just analyze a MEME/Twitter post?
 

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Well Actually...

Adjusted for inflation the average cost of slave in 1850 was around $220,000.

Which is another factory in the war. "Slave Owners" didn't exactly own thier slaves. Their banks did. This is why Washington went broke and Jefferson was only able to free 4-6 slaves.
What? Where did you get that information? Not the inflation part. You’re way off there, but I’m more interested in everything else.
 

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What? Where did you get that information? Not the inflation part. You’re way off there, but I’m more interested in everything else.


How am I wrong on the inflation part? You mean $50 =/ $200k? Correct, but a Slave wasn't $50.



Using these measures, the value in 2020 of $400 in 1850 (the average price of a slave that year) ranges from $14,000 to $240,000. We use the 1850 price in our example, as that was close to the average price for the entire antebellum period.

As for Jefferson freeing his slaves.


They are property and belong to the estate which is used as collateral against debtors.

No different then owning a Farm with $100M credit from the bank. You can't simply give away your tractors without repaying that line of credit or reducing it to the point the bank says ok.


Razorfist briefly touches on this in his video on Lincoln.

 

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