heroinsteve85 karma2016-05-12 21:46:55 UTC
I think the crime of opportunity is a good point. I don't think it helps that most wal-marts disguise their LP guys and seem to put effort into making the shoplifters think they can get away with it. From my point of view (I worked at a McDs in walmart for a few years) it is almost like they invite the shoplifters so they can catch them, rather than attempt to deter it.
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heroinsteve31 karma2020-01-05 18:41:54 UTC
So how often is someone investigated and it turns out they have a higher death rate for unintended reasons? Incompetence or awful luck? I imagine if every dr was absolutely morally perfect you would still have some who are outliers with higher death rates.
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