Thread: Avoidance cues
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Old January 25, 2019, 11:08 PM   #24
JohnKSa
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1. If you are ever involved in a shooting that ends up being controversial, your online postings could potentially be located.

If that were to happen, and the person who attacked you happened to be of a different race than you, it probably wouldn't be great for your defense if you have made posts that could be misinterpreted to suggest that you had prejudices against certain races.

2. There is absolutely nothing in the article or in the original post about race or racial profiling. It is about body language and behavior.

With that in mind:

There's good information in the article. Let's discuss it.

If you want to post about racial profiling, quit crapping in this thread and start your own thread on the topic. See how that works out for you...
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