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Old 11-11-2006, 12:59 AM   #61
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You are consistant, I have to give you that:laughing6
i just like having my kind of fun it's up to them to take it personal. :icon_bigg
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Old 11-11-2006, 01:05 AM   #62
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you were at the BBQ?
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Old 11-11-2006, 01:06 AM   #63
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you were at the BBQ?
yeah almost taken out by nos raven r1s dad on the straight while he was whoolieing.
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Old 11-11-2006, 01:08 AM   #64
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you were at the BBQ?
oh not you guys bbq the other one. apologies.
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look mr. charles i dont have beef with you...but im sick of hearing you all puff up to everyone...now if it's done all in fun then my apologies...but anytime someone says something to offend you...you jump up and say stupid about fighting....last time i checked this is a adult forum and adults talk things out...but if you think your a bad mother fukcer go run your mouth to DOA.
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If it was my family or Your family, I would have done the same thing to protect them. I am sure will understand, afterall, is it not He who directs and dictates our daily lives, is it not He who enabled me mentally and phyically to have the ability to protect whats mine? Is it not he who allowed this punk thug to infringe on others rights, even to the point of threatened harm. Is it not He who makes you so ignorant for blindy quoting what you know not.
get off your box there Pan, I grow weary of your mindless jibberish in search of conflict
I agree with you and others all the way up to enjoying the violence. such as yeah aweosme blah blah blah that's where we differ.
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Old 11-11-2006, 09:45 AM   #68
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all smiles when it came to the bbq tho
get over it man, Just because I dont agree with your mindless dribble, doesnt mean I hate you or wanna whoop your thick headed .
get over yourself big guy
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I agree with you and others all the way up to enjoying the violence. such as yeah aweosme blah blah blah that's where we differ.
I dont enjoy violence.
When and if it comes my way, I am prepared to do what I need to do to protect my family.
Thugs choose the path they are on, they all know violence and its possible consequences because its taught to them in the ****** rap songs and shows they watch.
Be mad at society and seriously, you might wanna start getting mad at YOUR own society of peoples, the very ones who create, promote and feed off of it.
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Old 11-11-2006, 10:40 AM   #71
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I dont enjoy violence.
When and if it comes my way, I am prepared to do what I need to do to protect my family.
Thugs choose the path they are on, they all know violence and its possible consequences because its taught to them in the ****** rap songs and shows they watch.
Be mad at society and seriously, you might wanna start getting mad at YOUR own society of peoples, the very ones who create, promote and feed off of it.
then we are in agree ment what does that little number about your mean by the way.
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The broadcast said it was a carjacking gone wrong... sounds to me like it was a car jacking gone right
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when I I saw this I was reminded of a situation a coworker is dealing with right now.
He was at his home in Kingwood and was fortunate enough to catch a 16yr. old kid breaking in his truck at 3am. He had the choice of taking his gun or a bat and he saw it was a kid and took the bat. He approached and made his presence known when the kid jumped out of the truck toward him he popped him in the head and it knocked him out. Police came filed report and all was thought to be over till the cop came back 3 days later to arrest my friend for agravated assult on a minor. Now he has already spent 5k just to stay out of jail and on attorneys fees. This kid stands to make money off my friend for defending himself and his property. The system is just so wrong sometimes.:BangHead:
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An update on on my friends out come for knocking out a theif. My friend was charged with assult on a minor "he was 16" fined $2500 and 2yrs. probation. All because he caught a criminal in the act and when the criminal tried to jump out of my friends truck "at my friend" he knocked the thief out.
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thats why thieves are better of dead then alive. "i was in fear of my life, and i shot him" who's to say your weren't.
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sad, but i agree that the cop was in the right.
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thats why thieves are better of dead then alive. "i was in fear of my life, and i shot him" who's to say your weren't.
so you're implicitly advocating the murder of non-threatening suspects for the crime of theft? i think that's called murder, which, by american law, is Truly a capital crime.
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so you're implicitly advocating the murder of non-threatening suspects for the crime of theft? i think that's called murder, which, by american law, is Truly a capital crime.
What would be your definition of justice? Just curious.
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What would be your definition of justice? Just curious.
justice is probably one of the hardest concepts in the world to grasp. i won't pretend to have a definite, clear idea of what justice, as a whole, is. but killing someone for stealing seems a bit unamerican- a bit harsh. i guess to have "real justice" maybe you'd have to have a "just society" first(like Plato), but I don't know. i think a strong focus on rehabilitation is the best prospect, and I think the american prison system isn't doing a good job of that. i remember seeing a program on Japanese prisons-the guards would sort of befriend all of the inmates for his unit- form relationships with them, which to me seemed like it would cost very little in the way of time or money, but might very well make a big difference(i think they have a very low recidivism rate). They'd also focus a lot on crafts, self-discipline, and other rehabilitative processes, but they have very harsh sentences too and I think they're the only "civilized" country besides USA to still have the death penalty, so maybe they aren't the ideal country either, but maybe they are..i don't know. such a vast topic, it's kind of ridiculous to pretend you can nail it all down in a few words or a few posts for that matter, but that's a little bit of how i kind of feel about some of these things:icon_smil
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