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Christopher Payne

The good designer can tell a story with wireframes

I am good at digital design

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  • Christopher Payne replied to a comment by Jfreed

    How Do We Protect Our Trayvon Martins? via magazine.good.is

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    Jfreed9 months ago

    Zimmerman killed an unarmed man who broke no laws; he was told not to pursue. And now HE is the victim? Gimme a break...

    Christopher Payne9 months ago

    The are both victims in my view. Can you not understand that no one gained from this situation? Can you read my comment with a clear head and see what I have typed? I have more faith in the courts than I do from the mass public view that is limited to what the see from news sources who need the hype? My point is we are wronging the living party of this scuffle and I think unproductive banter due to Mr. Zimmerman's situation, that he wrongly chose to engage in, is wrong and quite ignorant.

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  • Christopher Payne replied to a comment by otter123

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    otter1239 months ago

    Clearly facts don't get in the ways of your assumptions, Mr. Hahn. There were no DNA from Zimmerman on Trayvon's sleeves - thus extinguishing Zimmerman's lies but 'being pummeled'. That didn't happen.

    What we do know is this: A black kid went to buy a soft drink and some candy. He was walking home NOT BOTHERING ANYONE when he was unfortunately spotted by George Zimmerman. There were no bushes in the area claimed by George Zimmerman - it was all a made up story and white America bought it hook line and sinker.

    The question is: Why? BECAUSE FEAR OF BLACKS JUSTIFY OUTRAGEOUS REACTIONS. White society is afraid of black people and want them to act like white people - or else! It's Trayvon's fault for wearing a hoodie (like millions of people do in our country except it's not good to do so while black, obviously). Truth be told, George Zimmerman is a portrait of white America; afraid of the Other, insecure and desirous of separation and segregation.

    Need more evidence? Look at our penal system which over punishes blacks for identical 'crimes' - even non-violent behaviors. Look at the confluence of gated/caged communities. When all else fails, build a wall.

    AS far as fighting for one's life - it appears that Travyon was doing just that. In fact, let's put it another way. Say Trayvon was a GIRL, a black girl going to the convenience store to buy some Skittles and a soda. She notices a man following her and says something to her boyfriend who she is speaking with on the phone. Now all of a sudden, she's the one in danger. Why is it okay for anyone to be stalked or followed? What is 'suspicious' behavior?

    White societal fear of blacks/others. That really what was on trial here. White fear wins every time.

    Christopher Payne9 months ago

    He's not white or a racist. For goodness sake, his actions in other situations do not warrant that threat. Guilty or not, it wasn't race. Race is just the popular go to when manslaughter happens between two individuals of different races.

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    Christopher Payne9 months ago

    What makes you such a legal authority? What did you experience that those who held Mr. Zimmerman's freedom in their hands did not have. What did that court room not reveal that you know? Is it not apparent that Mr. Martin lost his life tragically while in a scuffle with Mr. Zimmerman? Did our judicial system not make a incredibly hard and unpopular acquittal? Mr. Zimmerman's life will be one of worry of when someone is going to attempt to take his life. We as a society are wronging Mr. Zimmerman with this completely absurd and ignorant talk when we know less than those who sat in the court room with him or those who were on the street when Mr. Martin and Zimmerman clashed.

    If we must share our views, let's be more objective than going off the main-stream agenda of our major news sources. Let's try to understand what our legal system saw and not make judgements off biased, out of context understandings.

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    Concept Bikes Generate Power to Charge Gadgets, Cars, and Homes via bit.ly

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    Christopher Payne11 months ago

    I like the idea but I feel like the battery needed to store this energy will be heavy and wouldn't a generator cause more resistance when riding around? I know my university has equipment to help power the building but they turn a gear which causes more work than just using the device freely.

    Christopher Payne11 months ago

    Now that I read more into it, I think the small USB charger is a great idea. I'd be all over that.

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    Christopher Payne11 months ago

    I like the idea but I feel like the battery needed to store this energy will be heavy and wouldn't a generator cause more resistance when riding around? I know my university has equipment to help power the building but they turn a gear which causes more work than just using the device freely.

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    What You Won't Hear in the Presidential Debates: Getting Dark Money Corruption Out of Politics via magazine.good.is

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    It’s All Fun and Games Until Someone 3D-Prints a Gun via smithsonianmag.com

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    What it Looks Like to Completely Turn Off for a Day via magazine.good.is

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    Christopher Payneover 1 year ago

    The sabbath should produce something like this everywhere. Not necessarily a dead quiet city, but a day for ourselves, free from the need to have a seven day workweek.

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    What it Looks Like to Completely Turn Off for a Day via magazine.good.is

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    Do You Prioritize Like Eisenhower? via magazine.good.is

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