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In rural areas of the united states. It can take police 15-30 minutes to respond to a 911 call. This is one of the reasons for 2nd amendment gun rights. By the time police arrive, 15-30 minutes have passed and its too late.

In more densely populated areas, police might have a response time of 5-10 minutes.

Jon Jones has a police response time of 10-15 seconds. By the police officer's own words. Think about how unusually fast that is.

It sounds like he got drunk and shot his gun in the parking lot of a police station. He was in a heavily patrolled area. Or police are literally following him around waiting for an excuse to arrest him.

Make sense?
 

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Daniel Cormier is a genuinely good man cause he feels for Jon Jones in a way. This goes to show the differences between the two. Cormier is going to retire soon to coaching wrestling and doing commentary for ESPN. What will Jon Jones eventually retire to when he eventually falls?
 

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Its been said soldiers shipped overseas during the vietnam war. Would regularly do opium and whatever else. When they returned to the US. They quit cold turkey. Environment and the people someone is surrounded by could count for a lot as far as addictions go. It being normalized by social precedence could be what makes it hard to quit. It seems like the normal and natural thing to do based upon what someone sees their peers doing. Based on social expectations.

I think that's what DC is referring to, when he says things will remain the same with Jones until his environment or the people he's around changes.

That could be a valuable insight for anyone looking to quit addictions.
 

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Well considering that Jon Jones currently isn't scheduled for a fight right now and that he agreed to a plea deal that includes mandatory rehab, maybe that's the change he will need. Also considering how zen everyone is supposed to be at Jackson Winklejohn I'm surprised this keeps happening in New Mexico.
 
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