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zazori    79

No-one here is going to google it because no-one here wants what sounds suspiciously like pony porn on their search history. If theres a horse molestation incident in my area I do not want the authorities kicking down my door as a lead suspect.

Just explain it so we can all move on from what is now an extremely boring subject.

Dude,I think that with what I saw in google images I have more than enough.

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SVGK    31

No-one here is going to google it because no-one here wants what sounds suspiciously like pony porn on their search history. If theres a horse molestation incident in my area I do not want the authorities kicking down my door as a lead suspect.

Just explain it so we can all move on from what is now an extremely boring subject.

 

see this here:

 

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take a good wild guess.

 

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We are in no way affiliated with bronies, this image or anything of the sort, we are not responsible for any heart, brain, lung, intestine, kidney or hair disorders and serious constipation this image may or may not induce, batteries not included.

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Amkar    405

 

see this here:

 

fd9.gif

 

take a good wild guess.

 

DISCLAIMER:

 

We are in no way affiliated with bronies, this image or anything of the sort, we are not responsible for any heart, brain, lung, intestine, kidney or hair disorders and serious constipation this image may or may not induce, batteries not included.

 

You managed to explain it without directly describing or showing it. Likes for you, sir.

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Doctor H. Derp    283

No-one here is going to google it because no-one here wants what sounds suspiciously like pony porn on their search history. If theres a horse molestation incident in my area I do not want the authorities kicking down my door as a lead suspect.

Just explain it so we can all move on from what is now an extremely boring subject.

Wait... what?

 

That's not how law enforcement works at all. If, for the sake of argument, there was an incidence of equine molestation that the police were called in to investigate, they'd have no direct way to search your browsing history in of that alone, unless there was something far more incriminating that they found. Like say they found your wallet by the stable with your I.D. inside and you have no relation to the owners of the stable whatsoever, worker or family, that's a lead.

 

That might be cause to arrest and bring you down to the station for questioning, but that doesn't go directly to, "Let's search his computer, let alone his browsing history!". There'd have to be probable cause to suspect there's something incriminating therein on the computer, and a judge would have to give police a warrant to search.

 

But this scenario all assumes that you've left something to link you to the crime to begin with.

 

Police can't simply get a warrant for every residential home in a 15 mile radius of the crime scene and begin systemically searching everyone's home, cars, computers, etc. on the simple basis of thinking the perpetrator is a local resident. They have to have legitimate reason to believe any particular house that they're going to search, much less the computer, is that of the direct perpetrator for that crime.

 

So really, even if you were guilty, but didn't leave any linking evidence of the crime at the scene, you'd have to say something stupid like brag on failbook about your "exploits" at the stable that night for them to link you to the crime and get that probable cause to get a warrant.

 

But all of this assumes you're actually guilty of the crime.

 

I mean what if you're innocent?

 

What are the odds something incriminating pointing directly to you is going to be left at any random crime scene? Exceptionally low. You also have to realize that people browse all sorts of things on google. Just because someone is searching for topics pertaining to serial killers doesn't mean they themselves are a serial killer, an aspiring serial killer, or a danger to one day become a serial killer in that alone, they could simply be curious, paranoid and worried about assailants breaking into their homes and trying to figure out how to stop any methods of illegal entry by seeing what's been done before and worked in order to counter them, to something as simple as doing a school report on the topic. So a browsing history alone, especially something you simply searched once, not only doesn't link you to the crime, but is far from any sort of hard evidence toward your guilt.

 

In a criminal trial, it's guilt beyond a reasonable doubt that leads to conviction, not based on preponderance of the evidence like it is in a civil suit, and that's implying such a single time search really would be guilt by preponderance of the evidence anyway.

 

I mean honestly, how much time, effort, and man-power do you think the police are going expend to try and force a specious, at best, link to you and a crime on the simple basis of the possibility of having an incriminating search history?

 

It'd sound like they're gasping at straws to find anything they can to bring you in, and if that were indeed the case, they probably want you in custody for something far more heinous that they simply can't prove yet, but need to stall for time while they find the means to make that case.

 

There's a difference between legitimate concern of catching the unwarranted attention of the police and hyper-paranoia.

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JoeW    28,033

It was a temp name, and now has a real name. Just like any of the other temp names we have used in the past. 

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jbeetle    1,873

Dat Face.

On Topic: There've been temp names?

I imagine a lot of the names used to spawn with the console were temp names. There are certainly enough that don't line up with what they're actually called.

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Shoggoth    177

I imagine a lot of the names used to spawn with the console were temp names. There are certainly enough that don't line up with what they're actually called.

I've always seen it more as the spawn codes being closer to the official names whereas the examination name is more of a "through the eyes of the character" name.

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RaphielDrake    14

Wait... what?

 

That's not how law enforcement works at all. If, for the sake of argument, there was an incidence of equine molestation that the police were called in to investigate, they'd have no direct way to search your browsing history in of that alone, unless there was something far more incriminating that they found. Like say they found your wallet by the stable with your I.D. inside and you have no relation to the owners of the stable whatsoever, worker or family, that's a lead.

 

That might be cause to arrest and bring you down to the station for questioning, but that doesn't go directly to, "Let's search his computer, let alone his browsing history!". There'd have to be probable cause to suspect there's something incriminating therein on the computer, and a judge would have to give police a warrant to search.

 

But this scenario all assumes that you've left something to link you to the crime to begin with.

 

Police can't simply get a warrant for every residential home in a 15 mile radius of the crime scene and begin systemically searching everyone's home, cars, computers, etc. on the simple basis of thinking the perpetrator is a local resident. They have to have legitimate reason to believe any particular house that they're going to search, much less the computer, is that of the direct perpetrator for that crime.

 

So really, even if you were guilty, but didn't leave any linking evidence of the crime at the scene, you'd have to say something stupid like brag on failbook about your "exploits" at the stable that night for them to link you to the crime and get that probable cause to get a warrant.

 

But all of this assumes you're actually guilty of the crime.

 

I mean what if you're innocent?

 

What are the odds something incriminating pointing directly to you is going to be left at any random crime scene? Exceptionally low. You also have to realize that people browse all sorts of things on google. Just because someone is searching for topics pertaining to serial killers doesn't mean they themselves are a serial killer, an aspiring serial killer, or a danger to one day become a serial killer in that alone, they could simply be curious, paranoid and worried about assailants breaking into their homes and trying to figure out how to stop any methods of illegal entry by seeing what's been done before and worked in order to counter them, to something as simple as doing a school report on the topic. So a browsing history alone, especially something you simply searched once, not only doesn't link you to the crime, but is far from any sort of hard evidence toward your guilt.

 

In a criminal trial, it's guilt beyond a reasonable doubt that leads to conviction, not based on preponderance of the evidence like it is in a civil suit, and that's implying such a single time search really would be guilt by preponderance of the evidence anyway.

 

I mean honestly, how much time, effort, and man-power do you think the police are going expend to try and force a specious, at best, link to you and a crime on the simple basis of the possibility of having an incriminating search history?

 

It'd sound like they're gasping at straws to find anything they can to bring you in, and if that were indeed the case, they probably want you in custody for something far more heinous that they simply can't prove yet, but need to stall for time while they find the means to make that case.

 

There's a difference between legitimate concern of catching the unwarranted attention of the police and hyper-paranoia.

I will now nullify the purpose in that long, intricate and many layered post with this short and effortless response:

It was a joke. *thumbs up*

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RaphielDrake    14

It was a temp name, and now has a real name. Just like any of the other temp names we have used in the past. 

 

You should save the name for an item that blacks out the screen for five seconds and all you can hear is the sound of a hoof. When the lights come back on all sanity is mysteriously regained at the expense of 50 health.

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