Louisiana_Sitar_Club: thurstonxhowell: It's "heroic" to defend your own stuff now?Pretty much. Within his rights to defend his stuff? I suppose so. A hero for between a scrawny kid to a bloody pulp for trying to take his stuff? I'm not quite prepared to go that direction.
CheatCommando: Mr. Shabooboo: , he was rifling the house for phat loots.Looks like the rogue was trying to solo the encounter and discovered he can't tank.
Enlightened Liberal: I do not understand the need to take the law into your own hands unless it is an absolute life or death situation. Homeowner should have locked himself in a room or fled and called the police. Let the professionals handle criminals.
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EngineerBob: Fano: dwrash: I keep a few hand made baseball bats around the house in strategic areas for just such an occasion... i'll go for the knees though...I keep a miniature giant hamster.Go for the eyes, Boo!And you don't EVEN want to know where the Gerbil is headed!
MycroftHolmes: The homeowner should be charged with assault. His life was not in danger. No property is worth physical harm or endangering someones life. He should have backed off to a safe distance and called the police. He had no right to take the law into his own hand
MycroftHolmes: Actually, I think I just proved Poe's law. I was trying to be over the top sarcastic, but it just doesn't look any different than a lot of the comments I see in these threads.
Ima4nic8or: MycroftHolmes: The homeowner should be charged with assault. His life was not in danger. No property is worth physical harm or endangering someones life. He should have backed off to a safe distance and called the police. He had no right to take the law into his own hand Are you a crim or a troll? If someone is in your house they are a danger. They are not there to play Parcheesi and will have no issue about killing you if you get in their way. I say kudos to the homeowner for farking up the robber. Maybe he will think twice before breaking into another home.
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