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#46 - Embarrassed that anyone still gives a **** . E… 08/06/2014 on Embarrassed that I am... 0
#9 - I wonder if he got to touch the butt. 07/14/2014 on It's like she's trying to... +2
#211 - Roommate is master troll. 07/02/2014 on Roommate +2
#354 - But because it happens doesn't mean its the right thing to do.…  [+] (1 new reply) 05/22/2014 on Makes me feel good about... -1
User avatar #359 - cheatman (05/22/2014) [-]
I doubt it was intentional, more than likely he just beat the guy really bad, but stopped when the rapist became unconscious, and then the dude died of the injuries later. Trust me, when a person loses control, they REALLY lose control. No thoughts on the after effects, no thoughts on what they're actually gonna do, just one thought... Stop and HURT this motherfucker.

Self control vs morals in a high stress situation can go either way, the difference in a cop shooting an irate dog, or the cop getting mangled because he didn't want to kill a dog just doing what comes naturally to it.
#334 - Fair enough, ill agree its good that he wasn't charged, I don'…  [+] (3 new replies) 05/22/2014 on Makes me feel good about... -1
User avatar #344 - cheatman (05/22/2014) [-]
Dude, this isn't nothing. Vigilantism happens almost on a daily basis, some of it gets reported, most don't. Hell, there are actually some cities around the world who have their own costumed vigilantes acting like super heroes.

It's politics you gotta keep an eye on, because these muppets get the final say on how to sway a country in a direction, for better or worse.
User avatar #354 - Loudpipes (05/22/2014) [-]
But because it happens doesn't mean its the right thing to do. Anyway, I get your point, but you don't have to kill somebody, to incapacitate is usually enough. Theres no need to be excessive.
User avatar #359 - cheatman (05/22/2014) [-]
I doubt it was intentional, more than likely he just beat the guy really bad, but stopped when the rapist became unconscious, and then the dude died of the injuries later. Trust me, when a person loses control, they REALLY lose control. No thoughts on the after effects, no thoughts on what they're actually gonna do, just one thought... Stop and HURT this motherfucker.

Self control vs morals in a high stress situation can go either way, the difference in a cop shooting an irate dog, or the cop getting mangled because he didn't want to kill a dog just doing what comes naturally to it.
#323 - Im not saying that, im just saying that man isn't in the 'righ…  [+] (5 new replies) 05/22/2014 on Makes me feel good about... -1
User avatar #330 - cheatman (05/22/2014) [-]
But it should be viewed as appreciation for the situation, yes a man died, but he was killed while commiting such a horrendous act that would ruin a lot of peoples lives.

Should the father be hailed as a hero? Only in so much that he saved his daughter. Was what he did wrong, yes, but was fully justified. These things don't wash in a court of law though, courts that often send people to prison for a long time for far less worse things, so to hear that a judge decided to not sentence the father for murder is a sigh of relief, and faith restored in the law.
User avatar #334 - Loudpipes (05/22/2014) [-]
Fair enough, ill agree its good that he wasn't charged, I don't know any more about this but I would hope he has to attend therapy not just because of what he witnessed but because, well that is some rage.

The only thing I worry about is that people might start taking the law into their own hands and trying to get off scott free having seen this.
User avatar #344 - cheatman (05/22/2014) [-]
Dude, this isn't nothing. Vigilantism happens almost on a daily basis, some of it gets reported, most don't. Hell, there are actually some cities around the world who have their own costumed vigilantes acting like super heroes.

It's politics you gotta keep an eye on, because these muppets get the final say on how to sway a country in a direction, for better or worse.
User avatar #354 - Loudpipes (05/22/2014) [-]
But because it happens doesn't mean its the right thing to do. Anyway, I get your point, but you don't have to kill somebody, to incapacitate is usually enough. Theres no need to be excessive.
User avatar #359 - cheatman (05/22/2014) [-]
I doubt it was intentional, more than likely he just beat the guy really bad, but stopped when the rapist became unconscious, and then the dude died of the injuries later. Trust me, when a person loses control, they REALLY lose control. No thoughts on the after effects, no thoughts on what they're actually gonna do, just one thought... Stop and HURT this motherfucker.

Self control vs morals in a high stress situation can go either way, the difference in a cop shooting an irate dog, or the cop getting mangled because he didn't want to kill a dog just doing what comes naturally to it.
#305 - I'll defend anyone in the fact that, committing a crime doesn'… 05/22/2014 on Makes me feel good about... -1
#272 - And how many punches do you think are thrown every day? Just b…  [+] (7 new replies) 05/22/2014 on Makes me feel good about... -3
User avatar #314 - cheatman (05/22/2014) [-]
Dude, you are a bloody idiot. I don't understand how people always go on about 'It's not the killers fault, he had a bad childhood, blah blah blah.' and yet, they've never been in a position where they can actually SEE what is being committed.

YES there are individuals who require rehabilitation and can go on to lead a normal life, proving themselves safe in public, but there are also the heartless soulless monsters who don't care about the crimes they commit and no amount of rehabilitation will ever change that. The policing standards of today are based on treating EVERYONE equally, and thus can ultimately fall flat when handing out solutions.

How would you feel if a man broke into your loved one's house right now, raped and murdered them, offering no sympathy or remorse, and in turn, the justice system slapped him five years in jail, out sooner for good behaviour. You cannot tell me your blood wouldn't boil. And you say that's the better solution? Bullshit.
User avatar #323 - Loudpipes (05/22/2014) [-]
Im not saying that, im just saying that man isn't in the 'right' either.

And I certainly don't believe people should have their 'faith in humanity' restored by a murder. That's entirely absurd. And just awfully. Idiotic.

This whole situation should be viewed as "wow, that was really awful". Neither man should be viewed as in the right.

People sometimes forget that there's not always a good guy.
User avatar #330 - cheatman (05/22/2014) [-]
But it should be viewed as appreciation for the situation, yes a man died, but he was killed while commiting such a horrendous act that would ruin a lot of peoples lives.

Should the father be hailed as a hero? Only in so much that he saved his daughter. Was what he did wrong, yes, but was fully justified. These things don't wash in a court of law though, courts that often send people to prison for a long time for far less worse things, so to hear that a judge decided to not sentence the father for murder is a sigh of relief, and faith restored in the law.
User avatar #334 - Loudpipes (05/22/2014) [-]
Fair enough, ill agree its good that he wasn't charged, I don't know any more about this but I would hope he has to attend therapy not just because of what he witnessed but because, well that is some rage.

The only thing I worry about is that people might start taking the law into their own hands and trying to get off scott free having seen this.
User avatar #344 - cheatman (05/22/2014) [-]
Dude, this isn't nothing. Vigilantism happens almost on a daily basis, some of it gets reported, most don't. Hell, there are actually some cities around the world who have their own costumed vigilantes acting like super heroes.

It's politics you gotta keep an eye on, because these muppets get the final say on how to sway a country in a direction, for better or worse.
User avatar #354 - Loudpipes (05/22/2014) [-]
But because it happens doesn't mean its the right thing to do. Anyway, I get your point, but you don't have to kill somebody, to incapacitate is usually enough. Theres no need to be excessive.
User avatar #359 - cheatman (05/22/2014) [-]
I doubt it was intentional, more than likely he just beat the guy really bad, but stopped when the rapist became unconscious, and then the dude died of the injuries later. Trust me, when a person loses control, they REALLY lose control. No thoughts on the after effects, no thoughts on what they're actually gonna do, just one thought... Stop and HURT this motherfucker.

Self control vs morals in a high stress situation can go either way, the difference in a cop shooting an irate dog, or the cop getting mangled because he didn't want to kill a dog just doing what comes naturally to it.
#247 - You've been watching too many movies. And no I tried…  [+] (9 new replies) 05/22/2014 on Makes me feel good about... -3
User avatar #255 - xxbandwagonxx (05/22/2014) [-]
journaltimes.com/news/local/killed-by-one-punch-documentary-being-shown-wednesday-features-racine/article_fb420c54-df4c-11e3-bd6e-0019bb2963f4.html

Trying to make me think? With kids raping killers? Makes absolute sense, never mind me, you're absolutely right.
User avatar #272 - Loudpipes (05/22/2014) [-]
And how many punches do you think are thrown every day? Just because it happens once, in all those years, with over 7 billion people on Earth, doesn't mean its really, likely at all, usually humans take a hell of a lot.

And it makes no sense because you haven't thought about it.

And I know i'm absolutely right. But I see you were trying to appear to be the bigger man or frustrate me or something? Whatever it is teenage girls hope to achieve with that statement, running away from a discussion about something you believe in means you're not clever enough for it.
User avatar #314 - cheatman (05/22/2014) [-]
Dude, you are a bloody idiot. I don't understand how people always go on about 'It's not the killers fault, he had a bad childhood, blah blah blah.' and yet, they've never been in a position where they can actually SEE what is being committed.

YES there are individuals who require rehabilitation and can go on to lead a normal life, proving themselves safe in public, but there are also the heartless soulless monsters who don't care about the crimes they commit and no amount of rehabilitation will ever change that. The policing standards of today are based on treating EVERYONE equally, and thus can ultimately fall flat when handing out solutions.

How would you feel if a man broke into your loved one's house right now, raped and murdered them, offering no sympathy or remorse, and in turn, the justice system slapped him five years in jail, out sooner for good behaviour. You cannot tell me your blood wouldn't boil. And you say that's the better solution? Bullshit.
User avatar #323 - Loudpipes (05/22/2014) [-]
Im not saying that, im just saying that man isn't in the 'right' either.

And I certainly don't believe people should have their 'faith in humanity' restored by a murder. That's entirely absurd. And just awfully. Idiotic.

This whole situation should be viewed as "wow, that was really awful". Neither man should be viewed as in the right.

People sometimes forget that there's not always a good guy.
User avatar #330 - cheatman (05/22/2014) [-]
But it should be viewed as appreciation for the situation, yes a man died, but he was killed while commiting such a horrendous act that would ruin a lot of peoples lives.

Should the father be hailed as a hero? Only in so much that he saved his daughter. Was what he did wrong, yes, but was fully justified. These things don't wash in a court of law though, courts that often send people to prison for a long time for far less worse things, so to hear that a judge decided to not sentence the father for murder is a sigh of relief, and faith restored in the law.
User avatar #334 - Loudpipes (05/22/2014) [-]
Fair enough, ill agree its good that he wasn't charged, I don't know any more about this but I would hope he has to attend therapy not just because of what he witnessed but because, well that is some rage.

The only thing I worry about is that people might start taking the law into their own hands and trying to get off scott free having seen this.
User avatar #344 - cheatman (05/22/2014) [-]
Dude, this isn't nothing. Vigilantism happens almost on a daily basis, some of it gets reported, most don't. Hell, there are actually some cities around the world who have their own costumed vigilantes acting like super heroes.

It's politics you gotta keep an eye on, because these muppets get the final say on how to sway a country in a direction, for better or worse.
User avatar #354 - Loudpipes (05/22/2014) [-]
But because it happens doesn't mean its the right thing to do. Anyway, I get your point, but you don't have to kill somebody, to incapacitate is usually enough. Theres no need to be excessive.
User avatar #359 - cheatman (05/22/2014) [-]
I doubt it was intentional, more than likely he just beat the guy really bad, but stopped when the rapist became unconscious, and then the dude died of the injuries later. Trust me, when a person loses control, they REALLY lose control. No thoughts on the after effects, no thoughts on what they're actually gonna do, just one thought... Stop and HURT this motherfucker.

Self control vs morals in a high stress situation can go either way, the difference in a cop shooting an irate dog, or the cop getting mangled because he didn't want to kill a dog just doing what comes naturally to it.
#240 - Okay so if a guy beats another man to death, can the dead mans…  [+] (13 new replies) 05/22/2014 on Makes me feel good about... -1
#279 - inkydot (05/22/2014) [-]
That was not a thought provoking or deep question. You just went full retard. Yes, it was likely a very exerting task beating a man to death with his bare hands. But did the guy have it coming? Yes. At least I think he had it coming. Go and defend a pedophile if you want.
User avatar #305 - Loudpipes (05/22/2014) [-]
I'll defend anyone in the fact that, committing a crime doesn't fix anything, it just creates a vicious circle.

And my comment wasn't really meant to be thought provoking, I thought it was a simple concept/question.

Change the situation.
Man 1 kills man 2, is it justice if man twos son or daughter rapes man 1?
If you turn it backwards, see it seems ridiculous which I guess is your confusion. But its basically the same thing. You can't seek vengeance in such a way. Its so simple minded.
User avatar #244 - xxbandwagonxx (05/22/2014) [-]
One punch is all it takes to kill a man/woman/child.
As for whatever you're going on about its obviously pointless dribble.
User avatar #247 - Loudpipes (05/22/2014) [-]
You've been watching too many movies.

And no I tried to make you think.
Apparently you're not very good at it.
User avatar #255 - xxbandwagonxx (05/22/2014) [-]
journaltimes.com/news/local/killed-by-one-punch-documentary-being-shown-wednesday-features-racine/article_fb420c54-df4c-11e3-bd6e-0019bb2963f4.html

Trying to make me think? With kids raping killers? Makes absolute sense, never mind me, you're absolutely right.
User avatar #272 - Loudpipes (05/22/2014) [-]
And how many punches do you think are thrown every day? Just because it happens once, in all those years, with over 7 billion people on Earth, doesn't mean its really, likely at all, usually humans take a hell of a lot.

And it makes no sense because you haven't thought about it.

And I know i'm absolutely right. But I see you were trying to appear to be the bigger man or frustrate me or something? Whatever it is teenage girls hope to achieve with that statement, running away from a discussion about something you believe in means you're not clever enough for it.
User avatar #314 - cheatman (05/22/2014) [-]
Dude, you are a bloody idiot. I don't understand how people always go on about 'It's not the killers fault, he had a bad childhood, blah blah blah.' and yet, they've never been in a position where they can actually SEE what is being committed.

YES there are individuals who require rehabilitation and can go on to lead a normal life, proving themselves safe in public, but there are also the heartless soulless monsters who don't care about the crimes they commit and no amount of rehabilitation will ever change that. The policing standards of today are based on treating EVERYONE equally, and thus can ultimately fall flat when handing out solutions.

How would you feel if a man broke into your loved one's house right now, raped and murdered them, offering no sympathy or remorse, and in turn, the justice system slapped him five years in jail, out sooner for good behaviour. You cannot tell me your blood wouldn't boil. And you say that's the better solution? Bullshit.
User avatar #323 - Loudpipes (05/22/2014) [-]
Im not saying that, im just saying that man isn't in the 'right' either.

And I certainly don't believe people should have their 'faith in humanity' restored by a murder. That's entirely absurd. And just awfully. Idiotic.

This whole situation should be viewed as "wow, that was really awful". Neither man should be viewed as in the right.

People sometimes forget that there's not always a good guy.
User avatar #330 - cheatman (05/22/2014) [-]
But it should be viewed as appreciation for the situation, yes a man died, but he was killed while commiting such a horrendous act that would ruin a lot of peoples lives.

Should the father be hailed as a hero? Only in so much that he saved his daughter. Was what he did wrong, yes, but was fully justified. These things don't wash in a court of law though, courts that often send people to prison for a long time for far less worse things, so to hear that a judge decided to not sentence the father for murder is a sigh of relief, and faith restored in the law.
User avatar #334 - Loudpipes (05/22/2014) [-]
Fair enough, ill agree its good that he wasn't charged, I don't know any more about this but I would hope he has to attend therapy not just because of what he witnessed but because, well that is some rage.

The only thing I worry about is that people might start taking the law into their own hands and trying to get off scott free having seen this.
User avatar #344 - cheatman (05/22/2014) [-]
Dude, this isn't nothing. Vigilantism happens almost on a daily basis, some of it gets reported, most don't. Hell, there are actually some cities around the world who have their own costumed vigilantes acting like super heroes.

It's politics you gotta keep an eye on, because these muppets get the final say on how to sway a country in a direction, for better or worse.
User avatar #354 - Loudpipes (05/22/2014) [-]
But because it happens doesn't mean its the right thing to do. Anyway, I get your point, but you don't have to kill somebody, to incapacitate is usually enough. Theres no need to be excessive.
User avatar #359 - cheatman (05/22/2014) [-]
I doubt it was intentional, more than likely he just beat the guy really bad, but stopped when the rapist became unconscious, and then the dude died of the injuries later. Trust me, when a person loses control, they REALLY lose control. No thoughts on the after effects, no thoughts on what they're actually gonna do, just one thought... Stop and HURT this motherfucker.

Self control vs morals in a high stress situation can go either way, the difference in a cop shooting an irate dog, or the cop getting mangled because he didn't want to kill a dog just doing what comes naturally to it.

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