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2013-09-17 06:49:45 PM
Well the upside from all of this is the new material for songs that he just generated for himself.
 
2013-09-17 06:55:24 PM
One more time....

THERE ARE NO HITMEN WHO WILL KILL YOUR SPOUSE FOR YOU!

/Being that goddamned stupid should be fatal
 
2013-09-17 07:11:43 PM
Didn't he blame steroids? I guess he didn't see the Ben Affleck after school special.
 
2013-09-17 07:17:24 PM
Lambesis has pleaded not guilty.

This always gets me. Shouldn't it be "pled"? I know it always seems to be "pleaded" in print, but I don't think I ever hear someone actually say it that way. Maybe I've watched too much Law & Order.

Upon looking at it more it seems slightly more appropriate coming after the word "has". Remove "has" from that sentence and say it out loud. Tell me is doesn't sound weird.
 
2013-09-17 07:20:11 PM
All these stupid rules.
 
2013-09-17 07:21:27 PM
I heard he just formed As I Sit, Frying.
 
2013-09-17 07:27:10 PM
I love loopholes.
 
2013-09-17 07:35:15 PM
So he'll spend 9 years on his knees praying Jesus would come already or Rodrigo or whoever happens to have his dick balls deep in his ass.  I'm pretty sure that Christian rocker doesn't have the quite the same cachet in prison of say a meth dealing biker.
 
2013-09-17 07:48:15 PM
I guess at least he manned up and admitted it.  Pretty stupid though. 

Dumbass.
 
2013-09-17 07:48:36 PM
I don't think it says anything about hiring people, also, murdering your children, raping your wife, and daughters, and selling them are all totally OK

Thanks Obama you religious fark

/DNRFA but I know what these headline leed to
 
2013-09-17 07:49:57 PM
Does it say "Thou Shalt Not Hire Hitmen To Kill"? Then I think the guys point still stands!
 
2013-09-17 07:50:46 PM
If I were this dude I'd use the King David defense. You know, the guy who farked another guy's wife, impregnated her and then had the husband killed (2 Samuel 11). The same King David who God later said was, "...a man after my own heart". You know the all-knowing and wise God...


/Acts 13:22 After removing Saul, he made David their king. God testified concerning him: 'I have found David son of Jesse, a man after my own heart; he will do everything I want him to do.'
// Christianity is farked beyond repair
/// Christian musicians by proxy and on account of sucking
//// Christian music is bad and christian musicians should feel bad
 
2013-09-17 07:55:55 PM
The son is a huge fan of this band. I like some of their songs and we've seen them live a couple times... I have mad respect for the lead guitarist (Hipa) - so fluid... The son doesn't care too much about this Lambesis trial news because the latest Devil Wears Prada album came out today....
 
2013-09-17 08:19:29 PM

fusillade762: Lambesis has pleaded not guilty.

This always gets me. Shouldn't it be "pled"? I know it always seems to be "pleaded" in print, but I don't think I ever hear someone actually say it that way. Maybe I've watched too much Law & Order.

Upon looking at it more it seems slightly more appropriate coming after the word "has". Remove "has" from that sentence and say it out loud. Tell me is doesn't sound weird.


He pleaded not guilty so hopefully he won't be hanged.
 
2013-09-17 08:20:50 PM

fusillade762: Lambesis has pleaded not guilty.

This always gets me. Shouldn't it be "pled"? I know it always seems to be "pleaded" in print, but I don't think I ever hear someone actually say it that way. Maybe I've watched too much Law & Order.

Upon looking at it more it seems slightly more appropriate coming after the word "has". Remove "has" from that sentence and say it out loud. Tell me is doesn't sound weird.


It' always bugged me, too.  However, my wife was studying to be a paralegal and has assured me it is definitely "pleaded" for the past tense.
 
2013-09-17 08:26:20 PM
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Murder. The Fifth Commandment. But, if you give it a little thought, you realize that religion has never really had a problem with murder. Not really. More people have been killed in the name of God than for any other reason.

To cite a few examples, just think about Irish history, the Middle East, the Crusades, the Inquisition, our own abortion-doctor killings and, yes, the World Trade Center to see how seriously religious people take Thou Shalt Not Kill. Apparently, to religious folks--especially the truly devout-- is negotiable. It just depends on who's doing the killing and who's getting killed.
 
2013-09-17 08:43:29 PM
Does this mean she still gets half his stuff?
 
2013-09-17 08:59:50 PM

MaudlinMutantMollusk: One more time....

THERE ARE NO HITMEN WHO WILL KILL YOUR SPOUSE FOR YOU!

/Being that goddamned stupid should be fatal


Everyone know that you need a teenaged lover to do that, duh!
 
2013-09-17 09:12:40 PM

MaudlinMutantMollusk: One more time....

THERE ARE NO HITMEN WHO WILL KILL YOUR SPOUSE FOR YOU!

/Being that goddamned stupid should be fatal


So much this. When was the last time you heard of a hitman who wasn't an undercover cop?
 
2013-09-17 09:28:57 PM
Haven't people learned?  That "dude" your gym acquaintance hooks you up with is ALWAYS a cop.  Really.  Most people don't know professional assassins, and the ones that do keep it 'in the family' ...  if you know what I mean.   Freelance hit men just don't really exist.

It's ALWAYS a cop.

But he was in a "Christian metal band", how bright could he be?

/Oblig Simpsons quote- "It's just like regular rock, but you change baby to Jesus."
 
2013-09-17 09:29:22 PM
All hitmen are undercover cops.
Just. Don't. Do. It.
 
2013-09-17 09:43:22 PM
Actually Hezikiah 3:11-14 If ye shall have words with one and have the favor of The Lord, do not make yourself unclean. Send a slave of third birth to his house at the end of the second sabbath an have him pop a cap in his ass.
 
2013-09-17 10:17:24 PM
My tax dollars pay for marines in Iraq and Afghanistan, so in a sense I'm hiring murderers.
 
2013-09-17 10:20:54 PM

fusillade762: Lambesis has pleaded not guilty.

This always gets me. Shouldn't it be "pled"? I know it always seems to be "pleaded" in print, but I don't think I ever hear someone actually say it that way. Maybe I've watched too much Law & Order.

Upon looking at it more it seems slightly more appropriate coming after the word "has". Remove "has" from that sentence and say it out loud. Tell me is doesn't sound weird.


It's "pleaded" for the same reason it's "hanged." People are "hanged", pictures are "hung". Motions in court are "pleaded" at the time they are made. I'm not enough of an expert on grammar and rules of English to know why that is, but that's how it works.
 
2013-09-17 11:21:20 PM

Gyrfalcon: fusillade762: Lambesis has pleaded not guilty.

This always gets me. Shouldn't it be "pled"? I know it always seems to be "pleaded" in print, but I don't think I ever hear someone actually say it that way. Maybe I've watched too much Law & Order.

Upon looking at it more it seems slightly more appropriate coming after the word "has". Remove "has" from that sentence and say it out loud. Tell me is doesn't sound weird.

It's "pleaded" for the same reason it's "hanged." People are "hanged", pictures are "hung". Motions in court are "pleaded" at the time they are made. I'm not enough of an expert on grammar and rules of English to know why that is, but that's how it works.


"Pled" has never been correct.  It has, however, become somewhat acceptable over time.

Also see:
Chomping at the bit
Straight-laced
Shoe-in
Tow the line
 
2013-09-17 11:28:13 PM

Gyrfalcon: It's "pleaded" for the same reason it's "hanged." People are "hanged", pictures are "hung".


Incorrect. I'm people and I'm hung.

/like a buck gerbil
 
2013-09-17 11:35:00 PM

Ronnie_Zman: Tow the line


OK, even I think that one's stupid. It doesn't make any sense given the meaning of the phrase.
 
2013-09-17 11:39:48 PM
It's just a job. Kind of sucks when you have to off one of your friends, but hey...money is money.
 
2013-09-18 01:19:19 AM

umad: Gyrfalcon: It's "pleaded" for the same reason it's "hanged." People are "hanged", pictures are "hung".

Incorrect. I'm people and I'm hung.

/like a buck gerbil


You're not "hung." Your penis is hung.

You might be hanged by your penis, but that's some kind of weird personal kink.
 
2013-09-18 06:47:06 AM

Ronnie_Zman: Gyrfalcon: fusillade762: Lambesis has pleaded not guilty.

This always gets me. Shouldn't it be "pled"? I know it always seems to be "pleaded" in print, but I don't think I ever hear someone actually say it that way. Maybe I've watched too much Law & Order.

Upon looking at it more it seems slightly more appropriate coming after the word "has". Remove "has" from that sentence and say it out loud. Tell me is doesn't sound weird.

It's "pleaded" for the same reason it's "hanged." People are "hanged", pictures are "hung". Motions in court are "pleaded" at the time they are made. I'm not enough of an expert on grammar and rules of English to know why that is, but that's how it works.

"Pled" has never been correct.  It has, however, become somewhat acceptable over time.

Also see:
Chomping at the bit
Straight-laced
Shoe-in
Tow the line


Isn't it "toe the line"?
 
2013-09-18 06:53:29 AM

MrEricSir: [farm4.staticflickr.com image 192x240]

Murder. The Fifth Commandment. But, if you give it a little thought, you realize that religion has never really had a problem with murder. Not really. More people have been killed in the name of God than for any other reason.

To cite a few examples, just think about Irish history, the Middle East, the Crusades, the Inquisition, our own abortion-doctor killings and, yes, the World Trade Center to see how seriously religious people take Thou Shalt Not Kill. Apparently, to religious folks--especially the truly devout-- is negotiable. It just depends on who's doing the killing and who's getting killed.


Time for your Two Minutes of Christ-Hate, comrades.  Get in line.
 
2013-09-18 02:21:09 PM

Mouser: MrEricSir: [farm4.staticflickr.com image 192x240]

Murder. The Fifth Commandment. But, if you give it a little thought, you realize that religion has never really had a problem with murder. Not really. More people have been killed in the name of God than for any other reason.

To cite a few examples, just think about Irish history, the Middle East, the Crusades, the Inquisition, our own abortion-doctor killings and, yes, the World Trade Center to see how seriously religious people take Thou Shalt Not Kill. Apparently, to religious folks--especially the truly devout-- is negotiable. It just depends on who's doing the killing and who's getting killed.

Time for your Two Minutes of Christ-Hate, comrades.  Get in line.


Pointing out the disparity between a religion that claims a monopoly on morality and their amoral behavior is not hating on Christ.
 
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