twovests

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twovests wrote

Yeah, this makes sense. I actually learned just now that states often do require a report, depending on the damages or injuries: https://drivinglaws.aaa.com/tag/accident-reporting/

I guess I'll play it by ear, and depending on the wishes of the other driver (and, honestly, depending on the race and apparent gender of the other driver.) I have a front and back dashcam, which I believe should help with a no-police solution.

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Oof, thank you for sharing this experience. Everything I read and people I talked to seemed to agree "call the police" but I didn't actually hear anyone with an experience where they didn't call the police.

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twovests wrote

oh yeah!! thanks for this. i've heard of glimpse but it definitely wasn't around at this time. i use it now whenever i want to use GIMP in a professional context

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twovests wrote

I love Polygon's videos and I missed this one, thank you for highlighting it :D

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twovests wrote (edited )

Oh sorry, yeah, I probably should have worded it "in defense of Israel's actions."

What I mean to stress is that I really don't have the in-depth comprehension of this that I'd like to have

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twovests wrote

I still think there are a lot of decent shooters. Halo, Doom, and Overwatch (to an extent) are ones I've played recently that I think fit this.

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I'm curious, if it's provided for free, then what else would you get if paying for it?

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twovests wrote

i have been informed a game like this actually exists, and it's called "spec ops: the line"