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#3 - "You are worth something." Yeah, nice thou… 11/25/2014 on There are two types of people. +1
#82 - A Magi's spark 11/25/2014 on Shopkeep 0
#25 - I'm saying a picture online, which may very easily be a lie, m… 11/24/2014 on What a hotty 0
#19 - Super strength for one second, I'd just start flicking people away. 11/24/2014 on Side Characters +2
#24 - I told both of my closest friends that I was bi in casual conv… 11/24/2014 on This is absolutely... 0
#11 - Yes, because there's not a very clear difference between murde…  [+] (2 new replies) 11/24/2014 on What a hotty 0
#21 - Womens Study Major (11/24/2014) [-]
And why does the title "Rapist" justify horrific things? If you claim you don't want revenge, then why are you justifying a man being lit on fire! What good is it if you just go about letting people get hurt based on titles or single actions with no context?
You're saying we shouldn't speak in generalizations and apply punishments on such a general basis, but then say this is all ok because of a generalized title.
User avatar #25 - majordeadpool (11/24/2014) [-]
I'm saying a picture online, which may very easily be a lie, made me laugh. On paper, a rapist doesn't get much sympathy from me. You can kill someone without it being malicious, from lets say an accident, but rape isnt accidental. I said would I have sympathy for a rapist that was attacked by his victim, because I wouldn't have. We didnt go into detail, that sentence as it stands is very simple.

Someone raped someone, and got lit on fire as a result. Its not a question of IF because its a hypothetical scenario.

Do I think everyone accused of rape should be LIT ON FIRE? No, no I do not. Do I think the hypothetical idea is funny? Yes.
#9 - Makes the whole world one eyed maybe, and who ever said I want…  [+] (4 new replies) 11/24/2014 on What a hotty -1
User avatar #10 - therealtjthemedic (11/24/2014) [-]
The whole point is that if anyone who kills should be killed, then you've kill them and you must be killed and it just keeps going on until the last person alive on earth has to shoot himself.
User avatar #11 - majordeadpool (11/24/2014) [-]
Yes, because there's not a very clear difference between murdering someone and self-defense, or executing a mass murderer. That implies we follow the logic blindly rather than viewing each case individually and judging what punishment is appropriate.

Do I honestly think we should kill everyone who has ever killed someone? No. Do I have a shred of sympathy for the rapist who was attacked by his victim? Fuck no.
#21 - Womens Study Major (11/24/2014) [-]
And why does the title "Rapist" justify horrific things? If you claim you don't want revenge, then why are you justifying a man being lit on fire! What good is it if you just go about letting people get hurt based on titles or single actions with no context?
You're saying we shouldn't speak in generalizations and apply punishments on such a general basis, but then say this is all ok because of a generalized title.
User avatar #25 - majordeadpool (11/24/2014) [-]
I'm saying a picture online, which may very easily be a lie, made me laugh. On paper, a rapist doesn't get much sympathy from me. You can kill someone without it being malicious, from lets say an accident, but rape isnt accidental. I said would I have sympathy for a rapist that was attacked by his victim, because I wouldn't have. We didnt go into detail, that sentence as it stands is very simple.

Someone raped someone, and got lit on fire as a result. Its not a question of IF because its a hypothetical scenario.

Do I think everyone accused of rape should be LIT ON FIRE? No, no I do not. Do I think the hypothetical idea is funny? Yes.
#72 - Telekinesis, it says nothing on the weight, so I'd be throwing… 11/24/2014 on Choices 0
#48 - This is easily one of my favorite posts to ever grace this web… 11/15/2014 on Bear-Arm Jamie 0
#53 - That really doesn't mean anything, considering they were raise…  [+] (2 new replies) 11/08/2014 on Uberfact comp 1 0
#99 - Valid (11/09/2014) [-]
Thank you for mentioning me. However, your point is invalid as the twin towers grew up together until their death on the same day on 9/11/2001.
User avatar #66 - schnizel (11/08/2014) [-]
I don't think if people are raised in the same house that they will be the same. There are a lot of edgy kids these days and scientists have even found a gene for shyness:
> en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shyness
His brothers even walk the same and do the same half-skip once they stop.
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