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anonymous:
One doesn't *plead* the fifth.
9:21 pm — Friday, 31 March 2017
Gruber the booger:
Yeah it's correct to say "invoke" or "take".

But "plead" has worked it's way into common vernacular and it's meaning is widely understood.
10:11 pm — Friday, 31 March 2017
Heinz Gruber:
>Pleading the Fifth is not an admission of guilt, but it certainly doesn’t look good

Once again, Johnny Boy reveals his ignorance. In this context, invoking the fifth amendment actually doesn't "look" like *anything*. Neither good nor bad. One doesn't have to be guilty to invoke it. The fact that someone can use your statements against you in a criminal action doesn't imply that you actually did anything criminal. Yes, Gruber prefaces his stupid statement with that caveat, but he implies that it means something bad.

It doesn't.
7:07 am — Saturday, 1 April 2017
Patrick Henry, the 2nd:
Grubs doesn't care about things like due process and justice, just about getting the people he doesn't like. And he definitely doesn't like Uber.
4:06 pm — Tuesday, 4 April 2017
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