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(Fox 17 Grand Rapids)   Be careful where you do drugs. Especially if it's an LSD trip, because sometimes you'll believe that it's okay to take off all your clothes and wander into people's homes. And some people are armed and not in the mood for your shiat   (fox17online.com) divider line 142
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2013-10-14 01:43:21 PM
You're pretty high and far out. What kind of kick are you on, son?

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2013-10-14 01:45:06 PM

Gothnet: That's an urban myth, a really, really old one. People used to say it about Syd Barret.


That one is TOTALLY true.

I once did 3 hits of Syd Barret and I never recovered.
 
2013-10-14 01:45:39 PM

duffblue: lilplatinum: ferretman: My friend told me a story of an incident that happened at a party he went to in college. A kid 'dosed' himself with liquid LSD in his eyes....a little bit later someone asked him for some orange juice....the kid thought he turned into a glass of orange juice and was screaming at people not to spill him...got so bad that an ambulance was called to take the kid away...and the kid never recovered.

/never did LSD....not really interested/too scared.
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That story was either ficitonal or said kid wasn't particularly mentally stable to begin with.

That's one of the urban legends around it. I heard that story when I was 15. I doubt we travel in the same circles.


Well, I TRULY BELIEVE the one about staring at the sun until you go blind.
Always do LSD ONLY at night.
 
2013-10-14 01:47:15 PM

duffblue: LSD hasn't been around for years, what you can find is usually 2c-whatever. Ran out of precursors after that 55 gal drum was gone.


LSD also doesn't make you pass out and stop breathing, or wander into peoples homes. I think it might have fallen out of favor because it's a pretty bad party drug, as those taking it end up wanting to be alone or at least far away from strange people. It's an introspective drug, and most people absolutely hate introspection.

This sounds more like the garbage that passes for MDMA these days, along with whatever else skeeter had laying around the garage, disguised as microdot. Poor fools.
 
2013-10-14 01:48:28 PM
I find it hard to believe that so many of you, if faced with the same situation, would find it within yourselves to put on a pot of tea and try and help this poor wayward soul in the middle of the night.  It's 1:30 am and you wake up with a naked stranger in your bedroom and your first instinct is NOT to immediately eliminate that threat?  Where in Mayberry do you live?  I can't imagine in this day and age where people are killed over a cell phone or a pair of shoes, or worse yet, because some pack of thugs were merely "bored", that anyone would advocate that you are the nut-job for shooting someone in this scenario.  I'm not saying it would be an immediate double shot to the body in my house, but you had better be able to explain yourself pretty damn quick if I wake up to find you in my bedroom, naked or not.
 
2013-10-14 01:49:19 PM
The article read like it was written by someone on LSD.
 
2013-10-14 01:51:30 PM

DaMoGan: FTFA:

South Lyon police also tell Fox 2 they recovered another partier on a nearby nature trail who was passed out, barely breathing and on also on drugs.

He was on also on drugs? What was he also was he thinking.

/also


ts2.mm.bing.net


/what him name?
 
2013-10-14 01:52:59 PM

SpectroBoy: vudukungfu: Sounds like a lot of you would invite Druggy McDickwiggler into bed with you.
Better see a doctor and get screened.

And you sound like you live your life in pants-wetting fear.


Do you think calling everyone who disagrees with you a pussy or coward makes you look smart? It doesn't. I don't think shooting first is the best option, but it is understandable.  If someone breaks in in the middle of the night, it's usually a safe bet that he isn't friendly.
 
2013-10-14 01:55:22 PM

johnboy2978: I find it hard to believe that so many of you, if faced with the same situation, would find it within yourselves to put on a pot of tea and try and help this poor wayward soul in the middle of the night.  It's 1:30 am and you wake up with a naked stranger in your bedroom and your first instinct is NOT to immediately eliminate that threat?  Where in Mayberry do you live?  I can't imagine in this day and age where people are killed over a cell phone or a pair of shoes, or worse yet, because some pack of thugs were merely "bored", that anyone would advocate that you are the nut-job for shooting someone in this scenario.  I'm not saying it would be an immediate double shot to the body in my house, but you had better be able to explain yourself pretty damn quick if I wake up to find you in my bedroom, naked or not.


Uummm, your job, since you choose to take up a gun, is to "pretty damn quick" figure out the situation.
YOUR JOB!
 
2013-10-14 01:55:30 PM

johnboy2978: I find it hard to believe that so many of you, if faced with the same situation, would find it within yourselves to put on a pot of tea and try and help this poor wayward soul in the middle of the night.  It's 1:30 am and you wake up with a naked stranger in your bedroom and your first instinct is NOT to immediately eliminate that threat?  Where in Mayberry do you live?  I can't imagine in this day and age where people are killed over a cell phone or a pair of shoes, or worse yet, because some pack of thugs were merely "bored", that anyone would advocate that you are the nut-job for shooting someone in this scenario.  I'm not saying it would be an immediate double shot to the body in my house, but you had better be able to explain yourself pretty damn quick if I wake up to find you in my bedroom, naked or not.



Waking up like that, my first instinct would probably be to shout "What the fark?" If the answer was "I can't find my tree" "I don't know man" "this isn't my house" "wait, who are you?" or "AAAAAH!" then no, I probably wouldn't immediately reach for a weapon to 'eliminate the threat' as you so euphemistacally put it. Even if the answer was "give me your wallet" we might be alright, because honestly, I am not going to shoot someone over a few bucks.
 
2013-10-14 01:56:15 PM
Rule:

No finger on trigger until you have situational awareness.
 
2013-10-14 01:56:20 PM

SpectroBoy: vudukungfu: BANG BANG BANG BANG BANG BANG.
Well, officer, I wake up and there is a naked man standing over me and my wife.
I, for one, didn't want to get raped, and my wife's not too keen on sex in general, so I know she wasn't looking to get raped, and I'm not waiting to see what he's armed with. Or if he's naked so he can chop us up and shower off after. I'm going to go with he's up to no good, I'm conscious now, and want to remain so.

Wow, so some dumb kid takes too much acid and that rates a death sentence.

Harsh.


Um yeah you take too much of a drug you may in fact die. Whether it be an overdose, a bad reaction, or drug induced stupid. Sorry... Well no I don't think I am.
 
2013-10-14 01:59:09 PM
Just last night I had my car broken into.  For the record, I always leave my car unlocked, so at least there was no damage.  Also, the only thing taken was my old TomTom GPS, which I never use anymore anyway.

I'm still a little miffed about that invasion of privacy.  And I'm seriously considering keeping my son's AirSoft gun (which looks just like a 45 semi, at closer reach.  I would have no problem pulling a non-lethal gun like that on someone and call the cops.  Assuming that isn't completely illegal.

Does anyone know what the legal ramifications of that are?
 
2013-10-14 01:59:31 PM

dryknife: You're pretty high and far out. What kind of kick are you on, son?

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Well done sir/ma'am. I just watched that episode on netflix a few weeks ago.
 
2013-10-14 02:00:44 PM

Gothnet: Even if the answer was "give me your wallet" we might be alright, because honestly, I am not going to shoot someone over a few bucks.


So, you might not shoot an armed home invader in the middle of the night who demands you hand over your wallet, because *mumble *mumble human life?

Someone who breaks into a private, occupied residence, at night no less, deserves no benefit of the doubt.  And that goes doubly if they're armed.

/the contents of my wallet are worth more than the life of someone who would invade my home and try to rob me in the middle of the night
 
2013-10-14 02:00:49 PM

ferretman: My friend told me a story of an incident that happened at a party he went to in college. A kid 'dosed' himself with liquid LSD in his eyes....a little bit later someone asked him for some orange juice....the kid thought he turned into a glass of orange juice and was screaming at people not to spill him...got so bad that an ambulance was called to take the kid away...and the kid never recovered.


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2013-10-14 02:01:43 PM

durbnpoisn: Just last night I had my car broken into.  For the record, I always leave my car unlocked, so at least there was no damage.  Also, the only thing taken was my old TomTom GPS, which I never use anymore anyway.

I'm still a little miffed about that invasion of privacy.  And I'm seriously considering keeping my son's AirSoft gun (which looks just like a 45 semi, at closer reach.  I would have no problem pulling a non-lethal gun like that on someone and call the cops.  Assuming that isn't completely illegal.

Does anyone know what the legal ramifications of that are?


Depends on your state, completely.
 
2013-10-14 02:02:27 PM

maxximillian: SpectroBoy: vudukungfu: BANG BANG BANG BANG BANG BANG.
Well, officer, I wake up and there is a naked man standing over me and my wife.
I, for one, didn't want to get raped, and my wife's not too keen on sex in general, so I know she wasn't looking to get raped, and I'm not waiting to see what he's armed with. Or if he's naked so he can chop us up and shower off after. I'm going to go with he's up to no good, I'm conscious now, and want to remain so.

Wow, so some dumb kid takes too much acid and that rates a death sentence.

Harsh.

Um yeah you take too much of a drug you may in fact die. Whether it be an overdose, a bad reaction, or drug induced stupid. Sorry... Well no I don't think I am.



Does not have to be that way. There are perfectly good, non toxic drugs that will/can remove all reality from you, temporarily, perfectly safely.
Shame you have been lied to for your entire life by the authority that demands your support, money and "trust".
 
2013-10-14 02:04:18 PM

YixilTesiphon: durbnpoisn: Just last night I had my car broken into.  For the record, I always leave my car unlocked, so at least there was no damage.  Also, the only thing taken was my old TomTom GPS, which I never use anymore anyway.

I'm still a little miffed about that invasion of privacy.  And I'm seriously considering keeping my son's AirSoft gun (which looks just like a 45 semi, at closer reach.  I would have no problem pulling a non-lethal gun like that on someone and call the cops.  Assuming that isn't completely illegal.

Does anyone know what the legal ramifications of that are?

Depends on your state, completely.


Interesting...  The way I look at it is that it's less potentially dangerous than a baseball bat.  This gun would make a nasty welt.  But that's about it.  It would certainly put the fear of God into you if you didn't know that though.
 
2013-10-14 02:05:13 PM

durbnpoisn: Just last night I had my car broken into.  For the record, I always leave my car unlocked, so at least there was no damage.  Also, the only thing taken was my old TomTom GPS, which I never use anymore anyway.

I'm still a little miffed about that invasion of privacy.  And I'm seriously considering keeping my son's AirSoft gun (which looks just like a 45 semi, at closer reach.  I would have no problem pulling a non-lethal gun like that on someone and call the cops.  Assuming that isn't completely illegal.


Completely retarded.  You just would escalate the situation into one of life and death without having the ability to use lethal force.  You better hope that your would-be attacker isn't armed and is of sound mind.  Guns are for killing, not scaring people.

Does anyone know what the legal ramifications of that are?

You would have to treat it like a real weapon, if it looks like one and you are too casual with it you could get hit with brandishing.  And I'd rather have a real gun in a proper holster, and a license, than a fake gun tucked away in my center console in case I get pulled over.  I wouldn't want a cop to see a realistic-looking airsoft gun if he pulled me over, I'd rather hand over my CCW and let him/her handle it calmly.
 
2013-10-14 02:05:31 PM

YixilTesiphon: durbnpoisn: Just last night I had my car broken into.  For the record, I always leave my car unlocked, so at least there was no damage.  Also, the only thing taken was my old TomTom GPS, which I never use anymore anyway.

I'm still a little miffed about that invasion of privacy.  And I'm seriously considering keeping my son's AirSoft gun (which looks just like a 45 semi, at closer reach.  I would have no problem pulling a non-lethal gun like that on someone and call the cops.  Assuming that isn't completely illegal.

Does anyone know what the legal ramifications of that are?

Depends on your state, completely.


It's also a good way to get yourself shot when the bad guy pulls his real gun.
 
2013-10-14 02:06:57 PM

Fark It: So, you might not shoot an armed home invader in the middle of the night who demands you hand over your wallet, because *mumble *mumble human life?


Yup, pretty much. Even an asshole deserves another chance, if nobody gets hurt the police can deal with it later.
I figure you and I have rather different outlooks on life.


Fark It: /the contents of my wallet are worth more than the life of someone who would invade my home and try to rob me in the middle of the night


You must keep a lot of money in there. If nothing else it's not worth the hassle of getting the place cleaned up afterwards is it?
 
2013-10-14 02:12:46 PM

Gothnet: Fark It: So, you might not shoot an armed home invader in the middle of the night who demands you hand over your wallet, because *mumble *mumble human life?

Yup, pretty much. Even an asshole deserves another chance, if nobody gets hurt the police can deal with it later.
I figure you and I have rather different outlooks on life.


Fark It: /the contents of my wallet are worth more than the life of someone who would invade my home and try to rob me in the middle of the night

You must keep a lot of money in there. If nothing else it's not worth the hassle of getting the place cleaned up afterwards is it?


I can't help but think of the next person that the criminal will victimize.  My conscience cannot allow for the possibility that the hypothetical criminal in this scenario would be rewarded for his lawbreaking, and that the next person he victimizes might not be so fortunate as to escape with life and limb.  If nothing else, you're saving the taxpayers and society from the cost of having to try this mope in the courts and pay $30,000+/yr to jail his sorry ass.  That's more money for sick people, roads, schools, etc.

What if he's not looking for money the next time he breaks into someone's occupied dwelling?
 
2013-10-14 02:16:06 PM

durbnpoisn: Just last night I had my car broken into.  For the record, I always leave my car unlocked, so at least there was no damage.  Also, the only thing taken was my old TomTom GPS, which I never use anymore anyway.

I'm still a little miffed about that invasion of privacy.  And I'm seriously considering keeping my son's AirSoft gun (which looks just like a 45 semi, at closer reach.  I would have no problem pulling a non-lethal gun like that on someone and call the cops.  Assuming that isn't completely illegal.

Does anyone know what the legal ramifications of that are?


For the most part, you can expect the legal ramifications to be very similar to doing the same thing with a real and fully loaded firearm.

I'd put that idea in the broad category of "writing checks you can't cash".
 
2013-10-14 02:22:55 PM

Fark It: I can't help but think of the next person that the criminal will victimize. My conscience cannot allow for the possibility that the hypothetical criminal in this scenario would be rewarded for his lawbreaking, and that the next person he victimizes might not be so fortunate as to escape with life and limb.


It's an odd hypothetical really, because it's never happened to me and AFAICT full-blown home invasions are a very rare phenomenon. Maybe not so much in your country, but here in the UK they seem to be rare. When we have had burglars it turns out to have been someone that was known to the family, was identified hawking the goods and is currently serving time for it.

I'm not saying you let it go, I'm saying a few bucks isn't worth the effort and (if they're any sort of repeat offender, which they usually are) then the police where I live seem to be pretty good about catching the bastards.


Fark It: If nothing else, you're saving the taxpayers and society from the cost of having to try this mope in the courts and pay $30,000+/yr to jail his sorry ass. That's more money for sick people, roads, schools, etc.


I find this attitude pretty f*cking awful. That's not really your choice to make. I'd rather not get into a discussion about how broken the prison-industrial system in the US or the UK are, but ending someone's life because they might cost the state a few bucks is a pretty dubious moral judgement IMHO. Courts, adversarial justice and legislative penalty setting all exist for a reason.


Fark It: What if he's not looking for money the next time he breaks into someone's occupied dwelling?


I have no idea whether people usually escalate from theft to rape, kidnapping, murder etc. Instinct says it's unlikely to be the same type of person. People who break into houses to steal shiat are usually drug addicts and only interested in paying for their next fix.
 
2013-10-14 02:26:00 PM

johnboy2978: I can't imagine in this day and age where people are killed over a cell phone or a pair of shoes, or worse yet, because some pack of thugs were merely "bored", that anyone would advocate that you are the nut-job for shooting someone in this scenario


I find it amusing when everyone paints these pictures of how dangerous it is in the streets when the national murder rate is as low it has been in a century.
 
2013-10-14 02:28:33 PM

Gothnet: Fark It: I can't help but think of the next person that the criminal will victimize. My conscience cannot allow for the possibility that the hypothetical criminal in this scenario would be rewarded for his lawbreaking, and that the next person he victimizes might not be so fortunate as to escape with life and limb.

It's an odd hypothetical really, because it's never happened to me and AFAICT full-blown home invasions are a very rare phenomenon. Maybe not so much in your country, but here in the UK they seem to be rare. When we have had burglars it turns out to have been someone that was known to the family, was identified hawking the goods and is currently serving time for it.

I'm not saying you let it go, I'm saying a few bucks isn't worth the effort and (if they're any sort of repeat offender, which they usually are) then the police where I live seem to be pretty good about catching the bastards.


Fark It: If nothing else, you're saving the taxpayers and society from the cost of having to try this mope in the courts and pay $30,000+/yr to jail his sorry ass. That's more money for sick people, roads, schools, etc.

I find this attitude pretty f*cking awful. That's not really your choice to make. I'd rather not get into a discussion about how broken the prison-industrial system in the US or the UK are, but ending someone's life because they might cost the state a few bucks is a pretty dubious moral judgement IMHO. Courts, adversarial justice and legislative penalty setting all exist for a reason.


Fark It: What if he's not looking for money the next time he breaks into someone's occupied dwelling?

I have no idea whether people usually escalate from theft to rape, kidnapping, murder etc. Instinct says it's unlikely to be the same type of person. People who break into houses to steal shiat are usually drug addicts and only interested in paying for their next fix.


Ah, you're from the UK.  I'm going to chalk this mostly up to a misunderstanding over the term and idea of "Home Invasion," and partly due to the nature of property rights and the notion of self-defense in both countries.

In the United States, "home invasion," or breaking into an occupied dwelling, is by itself usually considered a violent crime.
 
2013-10-14 02:34:51 PM

Fark It: In the United States, "home invasion," or breaking into an occupied dwelling, is by itself usually considered a violent crime.


Let me expand on this.  In the UK, it's relatively rare to encounter an armed household, and if you do it's likely going to be in the form of a .22 or break-action shotgun, locked away.  Criminals know this, that they are exceedingly unlikely to encounter dangers to life and limb, and there are several high-profile cases of homeowners who fight back being arrested and penalized more than the criminals who break into their dwellings.

In America, anybody who breaks into a dwelling is by default risking their lives.  In some areas you're virtually guaranteed to encounter an armed homeowner.  That's what makes breaking into an occupied dwelling in the United States that much more serious, and that's why you're having trouble understanding our attitudes regarding the matter.  Someone who breaks into your home in the United States is inherently more dangerous than in almost any other country, especially the UK, by the nature of the risk they are taking in doing so.
 
2013-10-14 02:38:15 PM

Fark It: In some areas you're virtually guaranteed to encounter an armed homeowner.


Even in coastal states that's pretty much the case. Here in Pennsylvania about 8% of the population has a CCW (myself included) - and open carry is legal without a permit as far as I know. (PLEASE DON'T OPEN CARRY IN PENNSYLVANIA BASED ON A FARK POST.) One can safely assume the number of people who are armed at home is much higher.
 
2013-10-14 02:48:35 PM

Fark It: Let me expand on this. In the UK, it's relatively rare to encounter an armed household, and if you do it's likely going to be in the form of a .22 or break-action shotgun, locked away. Criminals know this, that they are exceedingly unlikely to encounter dangers to life and limb, and there are several high-profile cases of homeowners who fight back being arrested and penalized more than the criminals who break into their dwellings.


The law isn't exactly on side with people's attitudes here (these cases in general meet with a lot of public and media uproar) but yes - the criminals are as likely unarmed as the homeowners. Also, AFAICT, breaking into occupied houses is just not something that happens very much.
 
2013-10-14 02:57:38 PM
A friend of mine took 3 tabs of 'double dipped' (according to him) LSD back in the 90s while at college. He committed several crimes including:

Indecent exposure - he stripped to his tighty whities and walked around campus. It was winter in MA.

Sexual assault - he thought a girl was interested in him, so walked up behind her and pulled down her pants with the intention of having sex. After he recovered (months later) he got his ass kicked by the girls boyfriend.

Property damage - he tried to end the trip by jumping through a plate-glass window. Fortunately for him it was a partition between the dorms and a stairwell. He did break the window . . . and hurt himself pretty bad in the process.

Assaulting an officer - he was cut badly by the plate glass and almost lost his ear. Police and paramedics tried to pick him up and he flailed and punched a police officer in the face and got blood in the guys eye.

He was sentenced to drug treatment/rehab and got a bunch of community service & probation. I was surprised that he didn't go to jail to be honest (so was he).

Also, I don't think it was LSD. Based on his experience I'm pretty sure it was PCP.

/true story
 
2013-10-14 03:41:54 PM

SpectroBoy: nacho_nacho_man: You forgot the part about breaking into a home and standing naked over a couple in the middle of the night. I suppose it wasn't his fault because the acid made him do it, right?

Well.... yeah. People on drugs do dumb stuff. Nowhere in the story does it say the high kid tried to hurt anyone.

Sure, if you wake up to an intruder it is scary. But if you think that is reason enough to kill another human then maybe you should have pepper spray and not a gun.


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I do hope you realize even the Brady campaign doesn't really believe this.
 
2013-10-14 04:38:12 PM
 
2013-10-14 04:52:46 PM
His judgment was working well enough to obey orders from an armed homeowner.

Frag the dirtbag.
 
2013-10-14 06:52:55 PM
You see, there are just far too many people in this thread who wishes this didn't play out with everyone alive. "Everyone lives" is a bad status for them.
 
2013-10-14 07:29:10 PM

snocone: maxximillian: SpectroBoy: vudukungfu: BANG BANG BANG BANG BANG BANG.
Well, officer, I wake up and there is a naked man standing over me and my wife.
I, for one, didn't want to get raped, and my wife's not too keen on sex in general, so I know she wasn't looking to get raped, and I'm not waiting to see what he's armed with. Or if he's naked so he can chop us up and shower off after. I'm going to go with he's up to no good, I'm conscious now, and want to remain so.

Wow, so some dumb kid takes too much acid and that rates a death sentence.

Harsh.

Um yeah you take too much of a drug you may in fact die. Whether it be an overdose, a bad reaction, or drug induced stupid. Sorry... Well no I don't think I am.


Does not have to be that way. There are perfectly good, non toxic drugs that will/can remove all reality from you, temporarily, perfectly safely.
Shame you have been lied to for your entire life by the authority that demands your support, money and "trust".


Don't give me that "it's a shame you've been lied to" speech. I said may in fact die, I didn't make any broad sweeping statements like all dugs are killers. I just said you may.
 
2013-10-14 07:37:08 PM
They guy should have fled his home and then contacted the authorities.
 
2013-10-14 07:44:22 PM

snocone: duffblue: lilplatinum: ferretman: My friend told me a story of an incident that happened at a party he went to in college. A kid 'dosed' himself with liquid LSD in his eyes....a little bit later someone asked him for some orange juice....the kid thought he turned into a glass of orange juice and was screaming at people not to spill him...got so bad that an ambulance was called to take the kid away...and the kid never recovered.

/never did LSD....not really interested/too scared.
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That story was either ficitonal or said kid wasn't particularly mentally stable to begin with.

That's one of the urban legends around it. I heard that story when I was 15. I doubt we travel in the same circles.

Well, I TRULY BELIEVE the one about staring at the sun until you go blind.
Always do LSD ONLY at night.



I've always heard that the staring at the sun thing was a bunch of reefer madness bullcrap as well.
 
2013-10-14 07:46:01 PM

destrip: snocone: duffblue: lilplatinum: ferretman: My friend told me a story of an incident that happened at a party he went to in college. A kid 'dosed' himself with liquid LSD in his eyes....a little bit later someone asked him for some orange juice....the kid thought he turned into a glass of orange juice and was screaming at people not to spill him...got so bad that an ambulance was called to take the kid away...and the kid never recovered.

/never did LSD....not really interested/too scared.
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That story was either ficitonal or said kid wasn't particularly mentally stable to begin with.

That's one of the urban legends around it. I heard that story when I was 15. I doubt we travel in the same circles.

Well, I TRULY BELIEVE the one about staring at the sun until you go blind.
Always do LSD ONLY at night.


I've always heard that the staring at the sun thing was a bunch of reefer madness bullcrap as well.


I see you have killed your brother.
 
2013-10-14 08:32:10 PM

Mentalpatient87: You see, there are just far too many people in this thread who wishes this didn't play out with everyone alive. "Everyone lives" is a bad status for them.





Well, it is bad for the news and the gene pool as well. But most people are just being extreme about their views (as the Internet tends to encourage).

We all know damn well that even a legitimate shooting can cost you tens of thousands of dollars in legal fees and weeks of court time. Spilling blood isn't a good thing, and seeing a homeowner victimized is just as bad.

Overall its good that things ended nonviolently and people realize that, even tho you might think otherwise by comments from the Internet.
 
2013-10-14 10:07:41 PM

SpectroBoy: nacho_nacho_man: If his actions cause him to do something that warrants get peppered with 00 shot, it's on him.

First of all 00 shot is not a peppering. It is deadly at indoor ranges.

Secondly, how does wondering in to someone's house while disoriented "warrant" summary execution by an internet toughguy? Some jail time maybe, but a death sentence?!?!?


Pot calling the kettle, buddy. You can nitpick the words all you want but it doesn't change reality. Hippie.
 
2013-10-15 11:40:55 AM
BTW, for personal home defence, a 1911 weighs just enough to be an excellent non-lethal club.

Apply directly to the forehead. Even if perp is on PCP, your message will sink in.
 
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