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  • Jodey Schmidt
    Published about 19 hours ago
    Creeper at work

    Creeper at work

    From September 2014 - December 2016, I worked at The Home Depot. For the last year I worked there, plus even some time after I had quit, there was one employee that worked there that scared the living shit out of me and I was actually terrified of. For the sake of this story, we will call him Eric, but please note, this is NOT his real name.
  • Hannah B
    Published about 23 hours ago
    Like a Baby taking Candy

    Like a Baby taking Candy

    Something about stepping through that sliding door and into that rush of plastic-y, dense, drug store air seemed to flip a switch in my brain. I was no longer there to tag along while my mother ran errands. I wasn't there to browse the aisles, to beg for a shiny new toy, to play games. I was there to make off richer. No longer would children like myself have to leave their wealth to adults; I would acquire my own wealth and I wouldn't have to wait until I was an adult to do it. No one was going to tell me when I could eat candy; I would get my own candy, and I wasn't asking.
  • Novsky
    Published 3 days ago
    Criminology ,investigative methods in the UK

    Criminology ,investigative methods in the UK

    The method in which the Criminal Justice System defined rape has been notably changed by the Sexual Offences Act 2003, adopted on 1 May 2004. Any sexual offences carried out before 1 May 2004, are prosecuted under the 1956 Act which defined rape as any type of intercourse, without consent ,performed by a man with the victim being either male or female . Also, the intercourse in the 1956 Act is categorized such as non-consensual anal or vaginal intercourse, not including oral sex without consent . (Cps.gov.uk, 2012 ) The term consent was interpreted by the court ,by its common signification. Furthermore, if the perpetrator considered that the victim consented ,even though the statement was unreasonable ,it was jury ‘s responsibility to decide whether the act was consensual or not . (Cps.gov.uk, 2012) Contemporarily, sexual offences perpetrated after 1 May 2004 are being prosecuted under the Sexual Offences Act 2003,which elaborates and extends on the laws surrounding consent and also amends the definition of rape by introducing vaginal or anal penetration by a penis ,as well as penetration mouth of a person. The word rape is currently defined in the legislation as ‘(1) A person (A) commits an offence if- he intentionally penetrates the vagina, anus or mouth of another person (B) with his penis, B does not consent to the penetration, and A does not reasonably believe that B consents ‘ (Legislation.gov.uk, 2018)
  • narcissistic whisperer
    Published 3 days ago
    All That Glitters Is Not Gold
  • Peter P
    Published 3 days ago
    Film Review : Inherit the Viper (2019)

    Film Review : Inherit the Viper (2019)

    Josie… promise me something. Protecting this family comes first. When it’s time to quit, we quit. No questions asked.
  • Chelsea Winona
    Published 4 days ago
    25 Creepy Facts about Well-known Serial Killers!

    25 Creepy Facts about Well-known Serial Killers!

    Here are some interesting-and shocking facts about serial killers.
  • Daniel da Chao Samico
    Published 4 days ago
    DEATH PENALTY, MY LAW.

    DEATH PENALTY, MY LAW.

    First of all lets make clear that these are my views and only mine, also I warn that they require the correct attention and understanding otherwise I may come across as some kind of self-appointed king.
  • James Efron
    Published 5 days ago
    How Identity Verification can keep a tight rein on rising Cybercrimes?

    How Identity Verification can keep a tight rein on rising Cybercrimes?

    Cybercriminals have increased immensely over the years due to rapid strides in the tech world. Cybercriminals have risen 5 times in 4 years according to recent reports. Internet connectivity has clamped up the volume and pace of cybercriminal activities as internet usage is increasing. It is challenging to keep the pace up with new technologies and related security threats. Precautionary steps should be taken to avoid falling prey to cyber-attacks which are of many types. With the character assassination of individuals and multi-crore frauds by lurking its way through popular social media platforms cybercrime has taken a curious turn in recent times. At the global level, the U.S. is taking giant strides forward in terms of implementing cybersecurity. In 2017, two cybercrime major incidents brought down government networks that sent an alarming signal. The need to implement impenetrable cybersecurity systems received an added push.
  • Charles Shi
    Published 5 days ago
    FAA Investigator Was Worse Than Not Knowing What He Was Doing: Case 1

    FAA Investigator Was Worse Than Not Knowing What He Was Doing: Case 1

    A letter to the new FAA administrator needs to be responded!