Monday, June 27, 2016

the 21 foot rule with almost 1 million views that was on Tosh 0

Wednesday, March 2, 2016

Police departments going against the 21 foot rule

"So in our instance, the officer can simply back up — giving himself more than 21 feet. He can put something like a table or a car or even a wall between himself and the man… Anything to prevent imminent danger to himself or an innocent bystander." read more (they are figuring out that there might be other ways to deal with a person with knife at 21 feet besides shooting them. Those methods were figured out and well known for hundreds of years before the invention of the firearm and the dumbing down of the American people. Backing up doesn't really work, but it shows you are thinking.)

Friday, January 29, 2016

The solution to people with knives is controlling the distance

"You don't have to retreat, but you do have to move your feet."- 21 foot rule guy on how police can deal with knives without dying and without necessarily shooting someone.

Among reforms discussed at length were retraining all officers in deescalation tactics and abandoning training that teaches the “21-foot-rule” — a turn of phrase taught to nearly all current U.S. police officers that is often interpreted by officers to mean they are justified in shooting any suspect with a knife or edged weapon who comes within 21 feet of them.
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Thursday, February 26, 2015

21 foot rule in 360 video for virtual reality applications

So this crazy person "just hanging out guy" was hired by a company called to do a version of the 21 foot rule in 360 video. Now the authorities can see just how quickly their head can be chopped off by a nutjob with a sword in first person virtual reality.

You can view it above on the web and click your mouse button to "look around" but the real feeling of being there is only experienced in samsungs gear vr virtual reality headset.

The original video that has been on Tosh 0, Web Soup and MTV Canada is here: