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#16 - -BANNED -PERMABANNED 04/29/2015 on Admin's early days +1
#48 - corrupt firefighters are known to loot the household after the… 04/24/2015 on firefighters +1
#48 - Furthermore you have made the claim that "Turkish society… 04/21/2015 on Jail Time 0
#47 - no I understood that quite fine. Then I branched off saying th… 04/21/2015 on Jail Time 0
#45 - I did not say it was a norm or rule did I? I said this society…  [+] (3 new replies) 04/21/2015 on Jail Time 0
User avatar #46 - somuchfreedom (04/21/2015) [-]
you seem to not be understanding what I am saying. i know that this one group believes in that, that isn't what the fuck I have been saying this entire time. I have been saying That TURKISH SOCIETY AS A WHOLE does not share that belief, but you just keep repeating "but deh pepl let teh prisoners go"
#48 - cawpikolo (04/21/2015) [-]
Furthermore you have made the claim that "Turkish society as a whole does not share that belief." So what you are saying is out of the millions that are in turkey none of them believe in rehabilitation when in actuality prison reforms came to pass after this earthquake along with a fire that killed several prisoners that brought to light the problem with prison over population. Admittedly I read through some newspaper articles about the earthquake just now and although the prison reforms are coming in slow. Also that human rights are still violated in prisons in parts of turkey. There are people that support rehabilitation in Turkey and once again your generalization of the Turkish people is unfair to them.
#47 - cawpikolo (04/21/2015) [-]
no I understood that quite fine. Then I branched off saying that this particular society which can be a group of people under a common cause no matter how big or small. So you probably just skimmed over what i was saying instantly saying "this guy is only saying they let the prisoners go." I was saying that this particular group or society believes in rehabilitation.
#296 - damn that sucks. But what i think is happening is projection c… 04/21/2015 on I don't know what to do. 0
#43 - there may be more cases but the proof is right in front of you…  [+] (5 new replies) 04/20/2015 on Jail Time 0
User avatar #44 - somuchfreedom (04/21/2015) [-]
pausible does not make it the norm, it is the exception, not the rule
#45 - cawpikolo (04/21/2015) [-]
I did not say it was a norm or rule did I? I said this society believes rehabilitation is possible because they released these men for good behavior. You don't seem to be getting what I am saying here. They believe in rehabilitation because they released these men on good behavior which shows it is possible. Which means they believe in the possibility of rehabilitation even if it is with an event such as this. It shows that although very unlikely, that this society believes in the possibility of releasing someone on the reason that they are rehabilitated. Let me repeat it again BELIEF IN THE POSSIBILITY OF RELEASE BECAUSE OF REHABILITATION DOES NOT MEAN THAT IT IS A COMMON OCCURRENCE OR A NORM/RULE. It does not matter if it is an exception or whatever. These men were released on good behavior which means as a society they think rehabilitation is possible.
User avatar #46 - somuchfreedom (04/21/2015) [-]
you seem to not be understanding what I am saying. i know that this one group believes in that, that isn't what the fuck I have been saying this entire time. I have been saying That TURKISH SOCIETY AS A WHOLE does not share that belief, but you just keep repeating "but deh pepl let teh prisoners go"
#48 - cawpikolo (04/21/2015) [-]
Furthermore you have made the claim that "Turkish society as a whole does not share that belief." So what you are saying is out of the millions that are in turkey none of them believe in rehabilitation when in actuality prison reforms came to pass after this earthquake along with a fire that killed several prisoners that brought to light the problem with prison over population. Admittedly I read through some newspaper articles about the earthquake just now and although the prison reforms are coming in slow. Also that human rights are still violated in prisons in parts of turkey. There are people that support rehabilitation in Turkey and once again your generalization of the Turkish people is unfair to them.
#47 - cawpikolo (04/21/2015) [-]
no I understood that quite fine. Then I branched off saying that this particular society which can be a group of people under a common cause no matter how big or small. So you probably just skimmed over what i was saying instantly saying "this guy is only saying they let the prisoners go." I was saying that this particular group or society believes in rehabilitation.
#41 - Society is too general and can mean a group of people that hav…  [+] (7 new replies) 04/20/2015 on Jail Time 0
User avatar #42 - somuchfreedom (04/20/2015) [-]
accept there are far more cases for the turkish prison system
#43 - cawpikolo (04/20/2015) [-]
there may be more cases but the proof is right in front of you that being released on the notion that a person is rehabilitated is possible.
User avatar #44 - somuchfreedom (04/21/2015) [-]
pausible does not make it the norm, it is the exception, not the rule
#45 - cawpikolo (04/21/2015) [-]
I did not say it was a norm or rule did I? I said this society believes rehabilitation is possible because they released these men for good behavior. You don't seem to be getting what I am saying here. They believe in rehabilitation because they released these men on good behavior which shows it is possible. Which means they believe in the possibility of rehabilitation even if it is with an event such as this. It shows that although very unlikely, that this society believes in the possibility of releasing someone on the reason that they are rehabilitated. Let me repeat it again BELIEF IN THE POSSIBILITY OF RELEASE BECAUSE OF REHABILITATION DOES NOT MEAN THAT IT IS A COMMON OCCURRENCE OR A NORM/RULE. It does not matter if it is an exception or whatever. These men were released on good behavior which means as a society they think rehabilitation is possible.
User avatar #46 - somuchfreedom (04/21/2015) [-]
you seem to not be understanding what I am saying. i know that this one group believes in that, that isn't what the fuck I have been saying this entire time. I have been saying That TURKISH SOCIETY AS A WHOLE does not share that belief, but you just keep repeating "but deh pepl let teh prisoners go"
#48 - cawpikolo (04/21/2015) [-]
Furthermore you have made the claim that "Turkish society as a whole does not share that belief." So what you are saying is out of the millions that are in turkey none of them believe in rehabilitation when in actuality prison reforms came to pass after this earthquake along with a fire that killed several prisoners that brought to light the problem with prison over population. Admittedly I read through some newspaper articles about the earthquake just now and although the prison reforms are coming in slow. Also that human rights are still violated in prisons in parts of turkey. There are people that support rehabilitation in Turkey and once again your generalization of the Turkish people is unfair to them.
#47 - cawpikolo (04/21/2015) [-]
no I understood that quite fine. Then I branched off saying that this particular society which can be a group of people under a common cause no matter how big or small. So you probably just skimmed over what i was saying instantly saying "this guy is only saying they let the prisoners go." I was saying that this particular group or society believes in rehabilitation.
#39 - doesn't matter they let these people go because they saw them …  [+] (9 new replies) 04/20/2015 on Jail Time 0
User avatar #40 - somuchfreedom (04/20/2015) [-]
that doesn't mean they as a society believe in that
#41 - cawpikolo (04/20/2015) [-]
Society is too general and can mean a group of people that have grouped together for whatever reason. In this case I mean this city and or group of persons that decided that these men be let go, believe rehabilitation as an option. Although I get your point that many of the turkish believe in punishment that should not mean tossing the entirety of turkey under a blanket statement. That would essentially be the equivalent of me saying "oh this muslim just suicide bombed an area, then that means all muslims are radicals and violent." Which is unfortunately what some people have done.
User avatar #42 - somuchfreedom (04/20/2015) [-]
accept there are far more cases for the turkish prison system
#43 - cawpikolo (04/20/2015) [-]
there may be more cases but the proof is right in front of you that being released on the notion that a person is rehabilitated is possible.
User avatar #44 - somuchfreedom (04/21/2015) [-]
pausible does not make it the norm, it is the exception, not the rule
#45 - cawpikolo (04/21/2015) [-]
I did not say it was a norm or rule did I? I said this society believes rehabilitation is possible because they released these men for good behavior. You don't seem to be getting what I am saying here. They believe in rehabilitation because they released these men on good behavior which shows it is possible. Which means they believe in the possibility of rehabilitation even if it is with an event such as this. It shows that although very unlikely, that this society believes in the possibility of releasing someone on the reason that they are rehabilitated. Let me repeat it again BELIEF IN THE POSSIBILITY OF RELEASE BECAUSE OF REHABILITATION DOES NOT MEAN THAT IT IS A COMMON OCCURRENCE OR A NORM/RULE. It does not matter if it is an exception or whatever. These men were released on good behavior which means as a society they think rehabilitation is possible.
User avatar #46 - somuchfreedom (04/21/2015) [-]
you seem to not be understanding what I am saying. i know that this one group believes in that, that isn't what the fuck I have been saying this entire time. I have been saying That TURKISH SOCIETY AS A WHOLE does not share that belief, but you just keep repeating "but deh pepl let teh prisoners go"
#48 - cawpikolo (04/21/2015) [-]
Furthermore you have made the claim that "Turkish society as a whole does not share that belief." So what you are saying is out of the millions that are in turkey none of them believe in rehabilitation when in actuality prison reforms came to pass after this earthquake along with a fire that killed several prisoners that brought to light the problem with prison over population. Admittedly I read through some newspaper articles about the earthquake just now and although the prison reforms are coming in slow. Also that human rights are still violated in prisons in parts of turkey. There are people that support rehabilitation in Turkey and once again your generalization of the Turkish people is unfair to them.
#47 - cawpikolo (04/21/2015) [-]
no I understood that quite fine. Then I branched off saying that this particular society which can be a group of people under a common cause no matter how big or small. So you probably just skimmed over what i was saying instantly saying "this guy is only saying they let the prisoners go." I was saying that this particular group or society believes in rehabilitation.
#19 - then this society believes in rehabilitation  [+] (11 new replies) 04/20/2015 on Jail Time +1
User avatar #21 - somuchfreedom (04/20/2015) [-]
these specific people, the most brutal prison in the world is in turkey, prisoners are beaten and made to sit in tubs of shit when they first arive, and then subesquently abused, starved, crucified on beds, and often light themselves on fire to escape.
#39 - cawpikolo (04/20/2015) [-]
doesn't matter they let these people go because they saw them as rehabilitated. Even if it is on an eye for an eye principle.
User avatar #40 - somuchfreedom (04/20/2015) [-]
that doesn't mean they as a society believe in that
#41 - cawpikolo (04/20/2015) [-]
Society is too general and can mean a group of people that have grouped together for whatever reason. In this case I mean this city and or group of persons that decided that these men be let go, believe rehabilitation as an option. Although I get your point that many of the turkish believe in punishment that should not mean tossing the entirety of turkey under a blanket statement. That would essentially be the equivalent of me saying "oh this muslim just suicide bombed an area, then that means all muslims are radicals and violent." Which is unfortunately what some people have done.
User avatar #42 - somuchfreedom (04/20/2015) [-]
accept there are far more cases for the turkish prison system
#43 - cawpikolo (04/20/2015) [-]
there may be more cases but the proof is right in front of you that being released on the notion that a person is rehabilitated is possible.
User avatar #44 - somuchfreedom (04/21/2015) [-]
pausible does not make it the norm, it is the exception, not the rule
#45 - cawpikolo (04/21/2015) [-]
I did not say it was a norm or rule did I? I said this society believes rehabilitation is possible because they released these men for good behavior. You don't seem to be getting what I am saying here. They believe in rehabilitation because they released these men on good behavior which shows it is possible. Which means they believe in the possibility of rehabilitation even if it is with an event such as this. It shows that although very unlikely, that this society believes in the possibility of releasing someone on the reason that they are rehabilitated. Let me repeat it again BELIEF IN THE POSSIBILITY OF RELEASE BECAUSE OF REHABILITATION DOES NOT MEAN THAT IT IS A COMMON OCCURRENCE OR A NORM/RULE. It does not matter if it is an exception or whatever. These men were released on good behavior which means as a society they think rehabilitation is possible.
User avatar #46 - somuchfreedom (04/21/2015) [-]
you seem to not be understanding what I am saying. i know that this one group believes in that, that isn't what the fuck I have been saying this entire time. I have been saying That TURKISH SOCIETY AS A WHOLE does not share that belief, but you just keep repeating "but deh pepl let teh prisoners go"
#48 - cawpikolo (04/21/2015) [-]
Furthermore you have made the claim that "Turkish society as a whole does not share that belief." So what you are saying is out of the millions that are in turkey none of them believe in rehabilitation when in actuality prison reforms came to pass after this earthquake along with a fire that killed several prisoners that brought to light the problem with prison over population. Admittedly I read through some newspaper articles about the earthquake just now and although the prison reforms are coming in slow. Also that human rights are still violated in prisons in parts of turkey. There are people that support rehabilitation in Turkey and once again your generalization of the Turkish people is unfair to them.
#47 - cawpikolo (04/21/2015) [-]
no I understood that quite fine. Then I branched off saying that this particular society which can be a group of people under a common cause no matter how big or small. So you probably just skimmed over what i was saying instantly saying "this guy is only saying they let the prisoners go." I was saying that this particular group or society believes in rehabilitation.
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