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2014-02-17 05:32:19 PM  

buny101: Oh, please. Zimmerman was found Not Guilty. He took out  a piece of trash. The world is a safer place because of Zimmerman, and no amount of liberal hand wringing or weeping with the symphony of violins is going to change it. Martin attacked Zimmerman. Martin is no longer here. This is not a bad thing. I'd let Zimmerman lead my neighborhood watch any time he wants.

In case you are too ignorant to look it up, the first 911 call was in regards to a fight. That would be Martin attacking Zimmerman like some crazed beast out to sate his only desire: human blood. The next call, within the same minute, was in regards to Martin blocking Zimmermans defensive shot with his chest area, so even the death of Martin is really Martin's fault. Three minutes later, a bystander took pictures of the horrific injuries inflicted by Martin upon Zimmerman, showing it was a clear case of self defense. It is not Zimmermans fault that Martin took a bag of skittles to a gun fight.


- Rand Paul
 
2014-02-17 05:32:38 PM  
I'll give it 6 months before he shoots himself in the head thus connecting the circle of life.  Hell, the last thread was about him losing his house.  I would never consider it, but I've never been under that kind of stress.
 
2014-02-17 05:34:14 PM  

buny101: So in other words, Darwin failed - the fat pussy had a gun, and thwarted natural selection. His artificial appliance allowed him to kill the genetically more fit Martin - who, by rights should have bashed his soft head in and gone on to a happy life of breeding fat white wives of men like Zimmerman in trailer parks just like that one, thus improving the overall human genome.
Or so it would seem, based on what you say.

white women? You are implying zimmerman is white? He isn't white. He is hispanic. Oh, you know nothing, right? You throw out darwin because he is a big name in the world of science...but you lose the argument right after that.

Are humans more advanced then sharks? oh, you betcha! but, we can't kill a shark with our bare hands (usually). Due to evolution, our big brains have allowed us to invent methods to kills sharks. Like, um...guns. How about a tiger? The evolutionary midget compared to us, well, it can kill us in a second. India right now is hunting a tiger that has killed 10 people. Humans, with the advancements in evolution, have a gun. A silverback gorilla, which is in our direct evolutionary  chain, is much stronger than a human. Given a bare hands match, the gorilla would totally destroy a human. But...oh, what's this? Our evolution is in science, and we have a gun.

So...of the two, which is the most advanced? Well, obviously, the one with the gun.


No.
 
2014-02-17 05:35:53 PM  

buny101: So in other words, Darwin failed - the fat pussy had a gun, and thwarted natural selection. His artificial appliance allowed him to kill the genetically more fit Martin - who, by rights should have bashed his soft head in and gone on to a happy life of breeding fat white wives of men like Zimmerman in trailer parks just like that one, thus improving the overall human genome.
Or so it would seem, based on what you say.

white women? You are implying zimmerman is white? He isn't white. He is hispanic. Oh, you know nothing, right? You throw out darwin because he is a big name in the world of science...but you lose the argument right after that.

Are humans more advanced then sharks? oh, you betcha! but, we can't kill a shark with our bare hands (usually). Due to evolution, our big brains have allowed us to invent methods to kills sharks. Like, um...guns. How about a tiger? The evolutionary midget compared to us, well, it can kill us in a second. India right now is hunting a tiger that has killed 10 people. Humans, with the advancements in evolution, have a gun. A silverback gorilla, which is in our direct evolutionary  chain, is much stronger than a human. Given a bare hands match, the gorilla would totally destroy a human. But...oh, what's this? Our evolution is in science, and we have a gun.

So...of the two, which is the most advanced? Well, obviously, the one with the gun.


Word up, Cuz............
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2014-02-17 05:42:07 PM  

God-is-a-Taco: The human body truly is an amazing thing.


*cheers*
 
2014-02-17 05:42:27 PM  
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2014-02-17 05:44:19 PM  

offmymeds: Why his life is no longer "normal": He wears a bulletproof vest whenever he leaves his home-but he has no permanent abode. "I'm totally homeless." He hasn't had to collect welfare, and is willing to work as a cook if he has to, but he hasn't gotten to that point yet; he's being supported by his family.

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You fark. He shot someone who was pounding his head into the pavement. Even though you're a farkface I'd still support you if you shot someone who was pounding your head into the pavement. Would you support me if someone was pounding my head into the dust and I shot them? I hope so, so we can be BFF's.
 
2014-02-17 05:45:54 PM  

Rapmaster2000: Matrix Flavored Wasabi: From the comments:

My personal favorite is "Obama is guilty of depraved indifference".    Indifference by its very nature cannot be depraved.

Like most Barakku Obummer comments, it likely means something to its intended audience.  After seeing lawlessness about a hundred times I figured out it's actually a Bible thing.  Obama is the antichrist and whatnot.


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2014-02-17 05:46:02 PM  

BeatrixK: For a guy who just wants to be left alone....
...he seems to get into a lot of police-y situations with the ladies....
...selling his 'artwork' online to bidders....
...touring gun factories and posing for publicity photos...


I'm sure glad he's getting left alone!


What jobs do you imagine he'd be able to get where he could live his life quietly in peace?

I can perfectly understand trying to milk every money making opportunity I could if I was in his position, since it'd be difficult to know when I'd be able to work a normal job ever again.

Even after getting a not-guilty verdict, plenty of people will only care about their feelings rather than facts and decide he's the worst villain in history since Hitler, and he's tracked by enough people obsessed with him that it probably would have to wear down his sanity as well since he likely has people wanting to take his picture when he just goes to a McDonald's for a burger.

So yeah, seems pretty sensible that he would be concerned about the fact that he can't really be left alone and he still has to do something to make money while  he still can.
 
2014-02-17 05:51:15 PM  

serpent_sky: Why do people know who his doctor is? I don't buy it.


Uh, the waiting room?  Does your doctor see you immediately every time you go in?
 
2014-02-17 05:52:04 PM  

Oh_Enough_Already: [im41.com image 590x421]


He wouldn't have had to defend himself if he had left the farking kid alone, like the police told him to!
 
2014-02-17 05:52:15 PM  

Demiglace: What jobs do you imagine he'd be able to get where he could live his life quietly in peace?


What job did he have before he was found not guilty of the charges against him? Surely, he could go back to that job, no?
 
2014-02-17 05:53:25 PM  
"My life would be tremendously easier if I had stayed home" that night.

Instead you strapped on your ego booster and went out looking for one of those damned negros that had wronged you.  Cry me a river...
 
2014-02-17 05:54:19 PM  

Rhaab: Oh_Enough_Already: [im41.com image 590x421]

He wouldn't have had to defend himself if he had left the farking kid alone, like the police told him to!


It wasn't wise but following someone isn't  illegal. Beating some one up because you don't want them following you on the other hand.....
 
2014-02-17 05:57:23 PM  
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2014-02-17 05:57:57 PM  

LeroyBourne: I'll give it 6 months before he shoots himself in the head thus connecting the circle of life.  Hell, the last thread was about him losing his house.  I would never consider it, but I've never been under that kind of stress.


Zimmerman isn't the suicidal type imo.  He loves himself too much and has no remorse for what he's done. He truly believes he's the victim here.
He does have anger management issues however and likes to put on the false bravado/machismo front. That might get his ass killed one day.
 
2014-02-17 05:59:52 PM  

Hobodeluxe: Zimmerman isn't the suicidal type imo. He loves himself too much and has no remorse for what he's done. He truly believes he's the victim here.
He does have anger management issues however and likes to put on the false bravado/machismo front. That might get his ass killed one day.


Nah, I think he'll kill someone else, and that time, the charges will stick. He's been taken in for menacing people with a gun since the trial ended - it's pretty much his inevitable end, unless something fundamentally changes about him.
 
2014-02-17 05:59:55 PM  

genner: Rhaab: Oh_Enough_Already: [im41.com image 590x421]

He wouldn't have had to defend himself if he had left the farking kid alone, like the police told him to!

It wasn't wise but following someone isn't  illegal. Beating some one up because you don't want them following you on the other hand.....


had Trayvon been packing and shot Zimmerman in the alley he could have easily gotten off on self defense. If he could have found an impartial jury.
 
2014-02-17 06:00:47 PM  

Hobodeluxe: LeroyBourne: I'll give it 6 months before he shoots himself in the head thus connecting the circle of life.  Hell, the last thread was about him losing his house.  I would never consider it, but I've never been under that kind of stress.

Zimmerman isn't the suicidal type imo.  He loves himself too much and has no remorse for what he's done. He truly believes he's the victim here.
He does have anger management issues however and likes to put on the false bravado/machismo front. That might get his ass killed one day.


He did have one close call already...
 
2014-02-17 06:01:30 PM  

Hobodeluxe: genner: Rhaab: Oh_Enough_Already: [im41.com image 590x421]

He wouldn't have had to defend himself if he had left the farking kid alone, like the police told him to!

It wasn't wise but following someone isn't  illegal. Beating some one up because you don't want them following you on the other hand.....

had Trayvon been packing and shot Zimmerman in the alley he could have easily gotten off on self defense. If he could have found an impartial jury.



So it's ok to shoot anyone who'se walking behind you?
Really?
 
2014-02-17 06:01:59 PM  
From TFA: He can't answer whether he regrets killing Trayvon: ...because of the DOJ's civil rights lawsuit. But he can share one regret. "My life would be tremendously easier if I had stayed home" that night.


While yes, I agree that Zimmerman's life would be easier if he stayed home that night...framing it that way is such a cop out. His life would've also been easier if he never called the cops in the first place. Or if he called the cops, but then left it up to them to investigate.

Zimmerman makes it sound like he encountered a completely unavoidable situation. This wasn't a traffic accident or getting struck with a bolt of lightening or something. He made choices which directly led to all of this. Can he not see that?
 
2014-02-17 06:02:11 PM  

MajorTubeSteak: Hobodeluxe: LeroyBourne: I'll give it 6 months before he shoots himself in the head thus connecting the circle of life.  Hell, the last thread was about him losing his house.  I would never consider it, but I've never been under that kind of stress.

Zimmerman isn't the suicidal type imo.  He loves himself too much and has no remorse for what he's done. He truly believes he's the victim here.
He does have anger management issues however and likes to put on the false bravado/machismo front. That might get his ass killed one day.

He did have one close call already...


yeah one day he will meet up with someone just like him.
 
2014-02-17 06:04:06 PM  

Hobodeluxe: MajorTubeSteak: Hobodeluxe: LeroyBourne: I'll give it 6 months before he shoots himself in the head thus connecting the circle of life.  Hell, the last thread was about him losing his house.  I would never consider it, but I've never been under that kind of stress.

Zimmerman isn't the suicidal type imo.  He loves himself too much and has no remorse for what he's done. He truly believes he's the victim here.
He does have anger management issues however and likes to put on the false bravado/machismo front. That might get his ass killed one day.

He did have one close call already...

yeah one day he will meet up with someone just like him.


One can only hope
 
2014-02-17 06:04:15 PM  

genner: Hobodeluxe: genner: Rhaab: Oh_Enough_Already: [im41.com image 590x421]

He wouldn't have had to defend himself if he had left the farking kid alone, like the police told him to!

It wasn't wise but following someone isn't  illegal. Beating some one up because you don't want them following you on the other hand.....

had Trayvon been packing and shot Zimmerman in the alley he could have easily gotten off on self defense. If he could have found an impartial jury.


So it's ok to shoot anyone who'se walking behind you?
Really?


a stranger following you home , in the dark,in the rain,a stranger with a gun who would not answer you when you approached his vehicle but rolled up the window and instead followed you in his vehicle and then on foot. yeah that's enough for me to say he had a reason to fear imminent danger.
 
2014-02-17 06:04:32 PM  

I Browse: From TFA: He can't answer whether he regrets killing Trayvon: ...because of the DOJ's civil rights lawsuit. But he can share one regret. "My life would be tremendously easier if I had stayed home" that night.


While yes, I agree that Zimmerman's life would be easier if he stayed home that night...framing it that way is such a cop out. His life would've also been easier if he never called the cops in the first place. Or if he called the cops, but then left it up to them to investigate.

Zimmerman makes it sound like he encountered a completely unavoidable situation. This wasn't a traffic accident or getting struck with a bolt of lightening or something. He made choices which directly led to all of this. Can he not see that?


He's an absolute idiot. He still didn't break the law and he doesn't deserve mob justice.
 
2014-02-17 06:06:04 PM  

Hobodeluxe: LeroyBourne: I'll give it 6 months before he shoots himself in the head thus connecting the circle of life.  Hell, the last thread was about him losing his house.  I would never consider it, but I've never been under that kind of stress.

Zimmerman isn't the suicidal type imo.  He loves himself too much and has no remorse for what he's done. He truly believes he's the victim here.
He does have anger management issues however and likes to put on the false bravado/machismo front. That might get his ass killed one day.


You may be right.  imo he's a coward, and that's what cowards do.  Take the easy way out.
 
2014-02-17 06:07:56 PM  

Hobodeluxe: genner: Hobodeluxe: genner: Rhaab: Oh_Enough_Already: [im41.com image 590x421]

He wouldn't have had to defend himself if he had left the farking kid alone, like the police told him to!

It wasn't wise but following someone isn't  illegal. Beating some one up because you don't want them following you on the other hand.....

had Trayvon been packing and shot Zimmerman in the alley he could have easily gotten off on self defense. If he could have found an impartial jury.


So it's ok to shoot anyone who'se walking behind you?
Really?

a stranger following you home , in the dark,in the rain,a stranger with a gun who would not answer you when you approached his vehicle but rolled up the window and instead followed you in his vehicle and then on foot. yeah that's enough for me to say he had a reason to fear imminent danger.


If he really felt threatened he could have fled. I doubt he knew he was armed or he would have never approached him. If he did know he's an even bigger idiot than Zimmerman for starting a fist fight with an armed man.
 
2014-02-17 06:08:01 PM  

genner: He's an absolute idiot. He still didn't break the law and he doesn't deserve mob justice.


Mob justice is never good and I in no way condone it, but maybe he'd have to worry less about it if he stayed the fark out of the spotlight he is constantly shining on himself, and putting himself back in the collective consciousness. And, to boot, coming off like a total dickhead who thinks he is the victim in all of this in said interviews.
 
2014-02-17 06:12:41 PM  

serpent_sky: genner: He's an absolute idiot. He still didn't break the law and he doesn't deserve mob justice.

Mob justice is never good and I in no way condone it, but maybe he'd have to worry less about it if he stayed the fark out of the spotlight he is constantly shining on himself, and putting himself back in the collective consciousness. And, to boot, coming off like a total dickhead who thinks he is the victim in all of this in said interviews.


Cloudy skies with a high probability of this^
 
2014-02-17 06:13:20 PM  

genner: I Browse: From TFA: He can't answer whether he regrets killing Trayvon: ...because of the DOJ's civil rights lawsuit. But he can share one regret. "My life would be tremendously easier if I had stayed home" that night.


While yes, I agree that Zimmerman's life would be easier if he stayed home that night...framing it that way is such a cop out. His life would've also been easier if he never called the cops in the first place. Or if he called the cops, but then left it up to them to investigate.

Zimmerman makes it sound like he encountered a completely unavoidable situation. This wasn't a traffic accident or getting struck with a bolt of lightening or something. He made choices which directly led to all of this. Can he not see that?

He's an absolute idiot. He still didn't break the law and he doesn't deserve mob justice.


they didn't convict him. he broke the law it just didn't get past that jury. they believed his lie. that he was jumped/ambushed. that his head was being smashed on the concrete over and over despite the lack of real physical evidence on his skull to prove it. he had a couple of small scratches and a busted nose is all. I think he tried to detain Trayvon. Trayvon wasn't going to let him and he went for his gun. Trayvon hit him in the nose and they went to the ground. George and he struggled until George got his gun out and killed him.
 
2014-02-17 06:14:32 PM  

genner: Hobodeluxe: genner: Hobodeluxe: genner: Rhaab: Oh_Enough_Already: [im41.com image 590x421]

He wouldn't have had to defend himself if he had left the farking kid alone, like the police told him to!

It wasn't wise but following someone isn't  illegal. Beating some one up because you don't want them following you on the other hand.....

had Trayvon been packing and shot Zimmerman in the alley he could have easily gotten off on self defense. If he could have found an impartial jury.


So it's ok to shoot anyone who'se walking behind you?
Really?

a stranger following you home , in the dark,in the rain,a stranger with a gun who would not answer you when you approached his vehicle but rolled up the window and instead followed you in his vehicle and then on foot. yeah that's enough for me to say he had a reason to fear imminent danger.

If he really felt threatened he could have fled. I doubt he knew he was armed or he would have never approached him. If he did know he's an even bigger idiot than Zimmerman for starting a fist fight with an armed man.


he thought he lost him and continued the the phone conversation. Zimmerman snuck up on him.
 
2014-02-17 06:16:26 PM  
can Kickstarter be used to raise a bounty?
 
2014-02-17 06:16:38 PM  

Oh_Enough_Already: [im41.com image 590x421]


Contrary to popular belief, it actually is possible to defend yourself without firing a gun at someone.

An even better method of defense is to not put yourself in a situation like that in the first place. Observe and report would have and should have been sufficient.
 
2014-02-17 06:17:29 PM  

I Browse: Zimmerman makes it sound like he encountered a completely unavoidable situation. This wasn't a traffic accident or getting struck with a bolt of lightening or something. He made choices which directly led to all of this. Can he not see that?


Personally, I think both of them were pieces of shiat in their own unique ways and I don't think the cure for cancer is going to die with either of them. But your (strangely common) comment has always baffled me. You make Martin out to be some kind of animal who couldn't be expected to keep his violent impulses at bay. Any person should be able to question a stranger in their own neighborhood without expectation of bodily harm. Does it make him an asshole? debatable, but it's victim blaming to assign guilt to Zimmerman for what was a completely lawful action. Martin taking offense to it doesn't excuse an assault, nor does it make Zimmerman's self defense any less legitimate.

"Don't get out of the car. If you do he will be forced to assault you. It's just their way, and your blood will be on your own hands."
 
2014-02-17 06:18:09 PM  
Who can blame him? I'd wear one too if I'd received half the number of death threats he gets. Vigilante justice is a dangerous thing.
 
2014-02-17 06:19:00 PM  

Demiglace: BeatrixK: For a guy who just wants to be left alone....
...he seems to get into a lot of police-y situations with the ladies....
...selling his 'artwork' online to bidders....
...touring gun factories and posing for publicity photos...


I'm sure glad he's getting left alone!

What jobs do you imagine he'd be able to get where he could live his life quietly in peace?

I can perfectly understand trying to milk every money making opportunity I could if I was in his position, since it'd be difficult to know when I'd be able to work a normal job ever again.

Even after getting a not-guilty verdict, plenty of people will only care about their feelings rather than facts and decide he's the worst villain in history since Hitler, and he's tracked by enough people obsessed with him that it probably would have to wear down his sanity as well since he likely has people wanting to take his picture when he just goes to a McDonald's for a burger.

So yeah, seems pretty sensible that he would be concerned about the fact that he can't really be left alone and he still has to do something to make money while  he still can.


OK - I'll bite:  I'm not saying he's the worst villian in history - however, he is one of the most monumentally stupid people in history.  I don't disagree with the verdict in his trial:  The evidence simply wasn't there.  However, if you are trying to present yourself as a person 'just trying to stay above the law and protect people', perhaps beating up your women to the point cops are called isn't a good way to help reform your image, when you KNOW the media is keeping tabs on you.  Perhaps, I dunno....plagiarizing news photos to pass off as 'art' isn't the best way to keep yourself out of the spotlight.  I would take a guess that, maybe...just maybe...if Casey freakin Anthony can manage to keep a low profile...perhaps Zimmerman has that capability as well.

The fact is...he craves the attention -- even if it's negative.   But to whine and complain about all that your own stupidity has wrought, when you clearly have no intention of doing something different to change the course of the life your own ignorance has brought upon you is disingenuous.
 
2014-02-17 06:20:11 PM  
genner:

He's an absolute idiot. He still didn't break the law and he doesn't deserve mob justice.


I'm not saying he did (or does). I'm just stunned by his lack of self awareness. "My life would be tremendously easier if I stayed home" is something I might say if I was driving down the street and a tree fell on my car, or if I got stuck in a gridlock traffic jam, etc.

If I were that interviewer, my follow up question would be: "George, other than staying home that night, can you think of anything else you could've done to avoid the encounter you had with Trayvon Martin?"
 
2014-02-17 06:21:00 PM  

Hobodeluxe: genner: I Browse: From TFA: He can't answer whether he regrets killing Trayvon: ...because of the DOJ's civil rights lawsuit. But he can share one regret. "My life would be tremendously easier if I had stayed home" that night.


While yes, I agree that Zimmerman's life would be easier if he stayed home that night...framing it that way is such a cop out. His life would've also been easier if he never called the cops in the first place. Or if he called the cops, but then left it up to them to investigate.

Zimmerman makes it sound like he encountered a completely unavoidable situation. This wasn't a traffic accident or getting struck with a bolt of lightening or something. He made choices which directly led to all of this. Can he not see that?

He's an absolute idiot. He still didn't break the law and he doesn't deserve mob justice.

they didn't convict him. he broke the law it just didn't get past that jury. they believed his lie. that he was jumped/ambushed. that his head was being smashed on the concrete over and over despite the lack of real physical evidence on his skull to prove it. he had a couple of small scratches and a busted nose is all. I think he tried to detain Trayvon. Trayvon wasn't going to let him and he went for his gun. Trayvon hit him in the nose and they went to the ground. George and he struggled until George got his gun out and killed him.



Was there any evidence that Zimmerman attacked first or attempted to detain Trayvon?

Zimmerman may be guilty of exaggeration but  it's hard to accurately access whats going on when your being punched in the face.
 
2014-02-17 06:21:21 PM  

thamike: the_rev: I'd likely wear a bulletproof vest too, if I'd had threats from as many people as he has.

Goes without saying.  Then again, you probably aren't a slack-jawed fatback b*tch who wants to get away with gunning down somebody.  Stop me if I'm assuming too much.


If that person had jumped me and was bashing my head into the ground, yes, I'd like to get away with gunning them down, since I'm within my legal right to do so.

Obviously I'd prefer not to get into that situation in the first place though.
 
2014-02-17 06:21:47 PM  
George is an American hero. He saved so many future victims with a single shot. Shot rang out with the sound of justice.

I mean, he shot a violent, drug dealing young man who attacked him. He did what every single one of your people would actually do if it happened to you. Obama should give him a medal, after all, if Obama had a son, he would look like George.
 
2014-02-17 06:22:36 PM  
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2014-02-17 06:25:36 PM  

MajorTubeSteak: ikanreed: No one should ever have to fear for their life from vigilante justice.

It's almost like we live in a world where actions have consequences.


Yeah and we have a legal system to deal those consequences. You don't get to keep trying someone until you get the verdict you like, or punish them anyway. What about this is so difficult to understand?

Do you truly support vigilante justice? I assure you that sometime in your life, you have done something that somebody somewhere would like to have your head for.
 
2014-02-17 06:27:19 PM  

Thunderpipes: George is an American hero. He saved so many future victims with a single shot. Shot rang out with the sound of justice.

I mean, he shot a violent, drug dealing young man who attacked him. He did what every single one of your people would actually do if it happened to you. Obama should give him a medal, after all, if Obama had a son, he would look like George.


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2014-02-17 06:28:12 PM  

I Browse: genner:

He's an absolute idiot. He still didn't break the law and he doesn't deserve mob justice.


I'm not saying he did (or does). I'm just stunned by his lack of self awareness. "My life would be tremendously easier if I stayed home" is something I might say if I was driving down the street and a tree fell on my car, or if I got stuck in a gridlock traffic jam, etc.

If I were that interviewer, my follow up question would be: "George, other than staying home that night, can you think of anything else you could've done to avoid the encounter you had with Trayvon Martin?"


"Stayed in my car and waited till the cops got there," leaps instantly to my mind.
 
2014-02-17 06:28:44 PM  

Somacandra: FTFA: "I'd like to professionally ... continue my education and hopefully become an attorney...He says anyone he interacts with-say, his doctor-ends up getting death threats.

If this is true, it is not cool. At all. I shouldn't get a death threat just because he happens to enroll as a student in one of my classes, for example.


1) As someone above pointed out, he's almost certainly lying. There's no reason anyone would know who his doctor is... unless he's going around telling people.

2) In that case, he's a massive asshole for publicizing information like who his doctor is, knowing full well when he does so that his doctor might receive death threats.

3) It's wise to avoid all contact with him whatsoever under any circumstances though. If he's telling the truth, why would you want to make yourself a target? If he's lying, he's not only a child killer, but a dishonest crook playing on the compassion of good people for personal gain. Either way, it's best to shun him.
 
2014-02-17 06:28:55 PM  

Slaxl: offmymeds: Why his life is no longer "normal": He wears a bulletproof vest whenever he leaves his home-but he has no permanent abode. "I'm totally homeless." He hasn't had to collect welfare, and is willing to work as a cook if he has to, but he hasn't gotten to that point yet; he's being supported by his family.

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You fark. He shot someone who was pounding his head into the pavement. Even though you're a farkface I'd still support you if you shot someone who was pounding your head into the pavement. Would you support me if someone was pounding my head into the dust and I shot them? I hope so, so we can be BFF's.


That just depends on whether or not you had been stalking that person prior to them standing their ground against you.
 
2014-02-17 06:30:11 PM  

here to help: b-b-but being found not guilty means everyone is supposed to love you forever and ever... just like everyone did with OJ.

Gosh people are big old meanies.


You don't have to like him, hell you're allowed to hate him. You're not allowed to threaten or attack him though. The moment you do that, you're the one in the wrong.
 
2014-02-17 06:31:53 PM  

James10952001: here to help: b-b-but being found not guilty means everyone is supposed to love you forever and ever... just like everyone did with OJ.

Gosh people are big old meanies.

You don't have to like him, hell you're allowed to hate him. You're not allowed to threaten or attack him though. The moment you do that, you're the one in the wrong.


So I can't beat him up when I see him walking behind me?
 
2014-02-17 06:32:55 PM  

machoprogrammer: MajorTubeSteak: ikanreed: No one should ever have to fear for their life from vigilante justice.

It's almost like we live in a world where actions have consequences.

Vigilante justice is really, really shiatty. We have a justice system and courts for a reason, and fark you for saying anyone deserves to get attacked by vigilantes.

The prosecution farked up and he is free. And you know what? He should be. Court of public opinion isn't a farking court.


Oh wow.  Did you mean to be ironic there?  Because you both sound completely earnest in what you are saying and are saying one of those things that you appear to have no idea the actual consequences.  If this is deadpan, this is true high comedy.

/what Zimmerman did to Trayvon was vigilante justice, so if you are against it...
 
2014-02-17 06:32:57 PM  

The My Little Pony Killer: Slaxl: offmymeds: Why his life is no longer "normal": He wears a bulletproof vest whenever he leaves his home-but he has no permanent abode. "I'm totally homeless." He hasn't had to collect welfare, and is willing to work as a cook if he has to, but he hasn't gotten to that point yet; he's being supported by his family.

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You fark. He shot someone who was pounding his head into the pavement. Even though you're a farkface I'd still support you if you shot someone who was pounding your head into the pavement. Would you support me if someone was pounding my head into the dust and I shot them? I hope so, so we can be BFF's.

That just depends on whether or not you had been stalking that person prior to them standing their ground against you.


I may be very drunk but even I know that's not true.
 
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