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#1404 - **duudegladiator used "*roll cis privilege*"** **duudegladi… 12/17/2014 on Did you check your... +1
#46 - Don't really care, humans are capable of anything, including m…  [+] (2 new replies) 12/16/2014 on Beagles -3
User avatar #82 - syntheticdoll (12/16/2014) [-]
Okay now one question. What if someone is experimented upon which leaves him with permanent mental and physical scars or even disabilities then it turns out he was falsely convicted. What are you gonna do then? "Sorry dude we ruined you for no reason, here have some money, go live like this until you die from some shit we did to you"? Because THIS is much more inhumane than murder.
#47 - ayumu (12/16/2014) [-]
I wasn't trying to justify their actions in any way, don't get me wrong. Criminals are the scum of humanity, but they are still part of it.

it simply bothers me when someone says that someone else isn't human because they did something horrible. It's like their way of reassuring themselves that they don't belong to the same group as that awful person. Their sort of way of denying that a person just like them could do something so horrid.

I don't like people forcing themselves into denial
#42 - By testing them we can see how to either fix completely what i…  [+] (2 new replies) 12/16/2014 on Beagles 0
#95 - asasinmonkey (12/16/2014) [-]
In theory this is great and all until you are faced with the moral issues. First off i dont know where you are from, but in the US the 10th amendment protects a person from this. To violate someones rights only erodes your own. How long is it before this becomes the punishment for every crime. I hate the slippery slope argument as much as the next guy, but these days especially in the area we are speaking on its valid. The minimum sentence for crimes tends to get longer because its good for politicians to be "tough on crime". So in this case i dont think its much of a stretch.

Second I know that murder of an innocent person sucks but that doesnt mean that we as a society should mistreat the perpetrator. Its one of those things, if we stoop to their level which is what you are proposing (which is only slightly worse than the death penalty) how are we any better? Its great to say ohh this set of people deserve this due to their cruel actions, but if you in turn visit cruelty upon them you have do nothing that makes you better than them. You have only in turn become them. If in the pursuit of justice we become the evil that we seek to destroy then how can we in turn say that what we have done is right. i dont believe we can. Also my hating on the death penalty does not mean I dont think murder in self defense is wrong,I only think that state sanctioned murder lowers our whole society. Sometimes it is necessary to kill to protect ones own life, but when that threat is over it becomes a whole new issue.
3rd no justice system is perfect, innocent people are found guilty alot. Look at what has happened with the death penalty. Men spend years waiting for their death in hellish conditions, which does horrible harm to ones ability to be mentally healthy and be a productive member of society, only to be exonerated in the end. Sometimes they arent exonerated until after they are put to death. Are you really willing to put that much power in the hands of an imperfect system?
User avatar #84 - syntheticdoll (12/16/2014) [-]
The first part has a point but I would only agree if the family/patient wants to do it. They may be mentaly disabled but they are still humans with rights.
#40 - Here's a thought, Take all the criminals whom are co…  [+] (12 new replies) 12/16/2014 on Beagles +1
User avatar #81 - syntheticdoll (12/16/2014) [-]
This is kinda cruel I mean decifding if a person can live or die is one thing I'm not really agreeing with but I leave to the authorities but this experiment thing is just plain cruel. Althrough I could see a program which inmates can sign up for since if they will rot there anyway they have an opportunity to help humanity.
User avatar #66 - legocompiler (12/16/2014) [-]
That's a little bit worse than a hardline attitude. You are showing clear signs of being a psychopath, a mental illness with no successful medicative treatment. Have fun in your new cage.
#64 - darthblam (12/16/2014) [-]
While I don't think convicted murderers and what not deserve much respect or human rights, they are still people, and forced testing that can potentially be lethal is simply inhumane.

An idea I've had for them that I think would be a bit better for everyone. Force them into labor for federal construction. Have them build our roads, schools, everything that taxes help pay for. Make them pay back to society.
At least make the testing optional, with some minor benefits to them for volunteering, like slightly more comfortable housing and food.
User avatar #61 - leonhardt (12/16/2014) [-]
Fucking have em test portal guns and shit
#45 - ayumu (12/16/2014) [-]
never say someone isn't human because they did something horrible
don't call them monsters, freaks, abominations

they are human
humans are capable of some nasty things
#46 - duudegladiator (12/16/2014) [-]
Don't really care, humans are capable of anything, including murder, but does that mean that someone not in a warzone SHOULD do it? Nope. Don't try to justify some mass murderer's actions because "Humanity is crazy" . Regular people do not murder regular people.

They are not humans, being a human is being able to resist such base urges until the time where it is literally life or death for you. These people whom are convicted with no chance of evidence being wrong, are animals and deserve to be treated like animals. They could not resist, they actually relish the feeling of their baser instincts.

They are N-O-T human.
User avatar #82 - syntheticdoll (12/16/2014) [-]
Okay now one question. What if someone is experimented upon which leaves him with permanent mental and physical scars or even disabilities then it turns out he was falsely convicted. What are you gonna do then? "Sorry dude we ruined you for no reason, here have some money, go live like this until you die from some shit we did to you"? Because THIS is much more inhumane than murder.
#47 - ayumu (12/16/2014) [-]
I wasn't trying to justify their actions in any way, don't get me wrong. Criminals are the scum of humanity, but they are still part of it.

it simply bothers me when someone says that someone else isn't human because they did something horrible. It's like their way of reassuring themselves that they don't belong to the same group as that awful person. Their sort of way of denying that a person just like them could do something so horrid.

I don't like people forcing themselves into denial
User avatar #41 - infinitereaper (12/16/2014) [-]
I agree for the most part but testing tards probably ain't the best idea we already know how to grow potatoes
User avatar #42 - duudegladiator (12/16/2014) [-]
By testing them we can see how to either fix completely what is wrong with them, such as genetic therapy, or nano-technology. Or use that testing to better ourselves, increasing our brain activity, nuerons firing, etc.
#95 - asasinmonkey (12/16/2014) [-]
In theory this is great and all until you are faced with the moral issues. First off i dont know where you are from, but in the US the 10th amendment protects a person from this. To violate someones rights only erodes your own. How long is it before this becomes the punishment for every crime. I hate the slippery slope argument as much as the next guy, but these days especially in the area we are speaking on its valid. The minimum sentence for crimes tends to get longer because its good for politicians to be "tough on crime". So in this case i dont think its much of a stretch.

Second I know that murder of an innocent person sucks but that doesnt mean that we as a society should mistreat the perpetrator. Its one of those things, if we stoop to their level which is what you are proposing (which is only slightly worse than the death penalty) how are we any better? Its great to say ohh this set of people deserve this due to their cruel actions, but if you in turn visit cruelty upon them you have do nothing that makes you better than them. You have only in turn become them. If in the pursuit of justice we become the evil that we seek to destroy then how can we in turn say that what we have done is right. i dont believe we can. Also my hating on the death penalty does not mean I dont think murder in self defense is wrong,I only think that state sanctioned murder lowers our whole society. Sometimes it is necessary to kill to protect ones own life, but when that threat is over it becomes a whole new issue.
3rd no justice system is perfect, innocent people are found guilty alot. Look at what has happened with the death penalty. Men spend years waiting for their death in hellish conditions, which does horrible harm to ones ability to be mentally healthy and be a productive member of society, only to be exonerated in the end. Sometimes they arent exonerated until after they are put to death. Are you really willing to put that much power in the hands of an imperfect system?
User avatar #84 - syntheticdoll (12/16/2014) [-]
The first part has a point but I would only agree if the family/patient wants to do it. They may be mentaly disabled but they are still humans with rights.
#7 - Just watched Fury and was researching all about tanks since li…  [+] (1 new reply) 12/13/2014 on Who Let the Lt. Drive? 0
User avatar #11 - iamnotgoodwithname (12/13/2014) [-]
best time to learn is when your supposed to be doing something else
#4 - Escape hatch on the bottom. Been there since WW2  [+] (3 new replies) 12/13/2014 on Who Let the Lt. Drive? +12
User avatar #5 - iamnotgoodwithname (12/13/2014) [-]
someone was using the noodle
User avatar #7 - duudegladiator (12/13/2014) [-]
Just watched Fury and was researching all about tanks since like High School.

And by Researching i mean sitting down at my computer looking things up when im not at work.
User avatar #11 - iamnotgoodwithname (12/13/2014) [-]
best time to learn is when your supposed to be doing something else
#40 - The U.S. has repeatedly expressed wanting to "repair"… 12/09/2014 on IT BEGINS +1
#3 - Unemployment. His Privilege should pay for him, right? RIGHT? …  [+] (1 new reply) 12/07/2014 on shhiiiiiitt +84
#5 - neverbefore (12/07/2014) [-]
True. Tyrone will take his suit and tie
#280 - Picture 12/04/2014 on Meme Game 0
#17 - Comment deleted 12/04/2014 on That's Offensive 0

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