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Date Signed Up:9/01/2011
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Soccer play named Sebastian.
Favorite teams:
Barcelona
Once Caldas
Bayern Munchen
A.C. Milan
Borussia Dortmoud

I'm Colombian and proud of it.

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#130 - The scrum cap (rugby helmet) is to protect the ears of fowards…  [+] (5 replies) 01/20/2016 on Old Photos +1
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#134 - theoneaboveall (01/20/2016) [-]
Looky here i see we got ourselves a bayern fan
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#135 - onceman (01/20/2016) [-]
funny story, when I made this account my youtube channel at the time was all barca stuff which is my favourite team, so I made that my icon cause I like bayern as well
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#136 - theoneaboveall (01/20/2016) [-]
Which is the 51% and which one is the 49%? Which do you prefer more, i'm a big fan of the rival of both those teams, should be easy to guess it
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#139 - onceman (01/20/2016) [-]
Im definitely 100% cule I just kinda like bayern as my designated german team. You a madridista?
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#142 - theoneaboveall (01/20/2016) [-]
Yes sir, and i didn't know that Bayern taking breaks even right now
#45 - Yeah and thank God that he didn't see the decrease in homicide…  [+] (1 reply) 01/18/2016 on Mr. Rodgers 0
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#46 - mrblueftw (01/18/2016) [-]
advanced medical practices and new technology is literally turning this world into a new hell.
#137 - I realize that they're two completely different arguments, the…  [+] (3 replies) 01/17/2016 on Joshlol +1
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#139 - swedishassassin (01/17/2016) [-]
But then what's it for? Punishment? That seems a little trivial at that point.

I'm getting you a little more now, so I appreciate you debating here with me and respectfully *bro fist*

The death penalty is to me more of a statement. It says in a way "There is a point in our society in which we will forfeit your status in humanity. You have been tried and found that you are no longer fit to exist." Harsh, but I think you know what I'm trying to get at.
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#141 - onceman (01/17/2016) [-]
Yeah I do understand your point, I'm not gonna go out of my way and protest that some states need to get rid of the death penalty, but I also am not going to push for the implementation of it in Canada, where I live.
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#138 - onceman (01/17/2016) [-]
i don't think I'd be able to*
#131 - America is never gonna adopt that method of execution so it's …  [+] (6 replies) 01/17/2016 on Joshlol 0
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#135 - swedishassassin (01/17/2016) [-]
That cost thing fyi is talking about the cost to sentence, not the remaining cost of keeping the prisoner.

So yea, its $740,000 for life, $1.26 mil for death penalty. So it's more like $6.1 million
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#133 - swedishassassin (01/17/2016) [-]
That's weak. You're complaining that death penalty is an immoral punishment, then claim that life sentence is better because it's more cruel.

Fuckin' Texas, the last hope of the world, passed laws that expedite death sentences for people who have 3 or more witnesses to the murder, cutting the cost.
Life sentence vs death penalty cost is also a myth.
It costs an average of 1.25 million for a death penalty. It costs $90,000 per year for a prisoner to be in prison. Lets say 90,000 x 60 = 5.4 million.

That, and if you watch people on death row, through documentary, they definitely don't want a death sentence. Either way, it's not about vengeance, it's about ridding someone who has forfeited their right to life.
I though liberals were all about rehabilitation anyways. Why are you imprisoning someone with no chance of entering freedom again, anyways. Save for maybe the chance that they could be found innocent in the future, but that's still rare.
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#137 - onceman (01/17/2016) [-]
I realize that they're two completely different arguments, the argument about killing is mostly a personal thing, I just think I'd be able to end somebody's life cause in all honesty I don't feel bad when someone that bad dies, I also don't feel good either. However, I still stand by my point that death penalty seems way better than spending the rest of your life in prison, obviously by that I mean real imprisonment and not like how they do it in socialist nations, I mean bear minimum for survival type stuff, now just imagine that for a good 50 years, yeah, I would much rather die and I think you would as well.
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#139 - swedishassassin (01/17/2016) [-]
But then what's it for? Punishment? That seems a little trivial at that point.

I'm getting you a little more now, so I appreciate you debating here with me and respectfully *bro fist*

The death penalty is to me more of a statement. It says in a way "There is a point in our society in which we will forfeit your status in humanity. You have been tried and found that you are no longer fit to exist." Harsh, but I think you know what I'm trying to get at.
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#141 - onceman (01/17/2016) [-]
Yeah I do understand your point, I'm not gonna go out of my way and protest that some states need to get rid of the death penalty, but I also am not going to push for the implementation of it in Canada, where I live.
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#138 - onceman (01/17/2016) [-]
i don't think I'd be able to*
#128 - Also, the death penalty costs tax payers more than life senten…  [+] (8 replies) 01/17/2016 on Joshlol 0
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#129 - swedishassassin (01/17/2016) [-]
Because that is a convoluted phrase that even in it's definition is called 'illegal killing', which is a very weird way of saying murder. It's just a weird way of saying 'manslaughter that someone didn't like the person on'

And that argument that the death penalty is more expensive is bullshit. Give me a shotgun shell. I'll provide the shotgun.
I'm just not a strong believer in 'there is never a reason to kill someone, even if they're a child-murderer/rapist/cannibal who's killed hundreds'. The same people who believe this also try and argue grey-areas of morality, yet seem black-and-white when it comes to killing someone.
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#131 - onceman (01/17/2016) [-]
America is never gonna adopt that method of execution so it's pointless to suggest it. Another point is that if somebody is capable of such acts chances are they hate themselves so much that they would welcome death, if I was convicted of murder, I would much rather die than live the rest of my life in prison, so why not let them suffer for the rest of their lives.
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#135 - swedishassassin (01/17/2016) [-]
That cost thing fyi is talking about the cost to sentence, not the remaining cost of keeping the prisoner.

So yea, its $740,000 for life, $1.26 mil for death penalty. So it's more like $6.1 million
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#133 - swedishassassin (01/17/2016) [-]
That's weak. You're complaining that death penalty is an immoral punishment, then claim that life sentence is better because it's more cruel.

Fuckin' Texas, the last hope of the world, passed laws that expedite death sentences for people who have 3 or more witnesses to the murder, cutting the cost.
Life sentence vs death penalty cost is also a myth.
It costs an average of 1.25 million for a death penalty. It costs $90,000 per year for a prisoner to be in prison. Lets say 90,000 x 60 = 5.4 million.

That, and if you watch people on death row, through documentary, they definitely don't want a death sentence. Either way, it's not about vengeance, it's about ridding someone who has forfeited their right to life.
I though liberals were all about rehabilitation anyways. Why are you imprisoning someone with no chance of entering freedom again, anyways. Save for maybe the chance that they could be found innocent in the future, but that's still rare.
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#137 - onceman (01/17/2016) [-]
I realize that they're two completely different arguments, the argument about killing is mostly a personal thing, I just think I'd be able to end somebody's life cause in all honesty I don't feel bad when someone that bad dies, I also don't feel good either. However, I still stand by my point that death penalty seems way better than spending the rest of your life in prison, obviously by that I mean real imprisonment and not like how they do it in socialist nations, I mean bear minimum for survival type stuff, now just imagine that for a good 50 years, yeah, I would much rather die and I think you would as well.
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#139 - swedishassassin (01/17/2016) [-]
But then what's it for? Punishment? That seems a little trivial at that point.

I'm getting you a little more now, so I appreciate you debating here with me and respectfully *bro fist*

The death penalty is to me more of a statement. It says in a way "There is a point in our society in which we will forfeit your status in humanity. You have been tried and found that you are no longer fit to exist." Harsh, but I think you know what I'm trying to get at.
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#141 - onceman (01/17/2016) [-]
Yeah I do understand your point, I'm not gonna go out of my way and protest that some states need to get rid of the death penalty, but I also am not going to push for the implementation of it in Canada, where I live.
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#138 - onceman (01/17/2016) [-]
i don't think I'd be able to*
#121 - Fight fire with fire you're condeming murderers but you th…  [+] (11 replies) 01/17/2016 on Joshlol 0
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#126 - swedishassassin (01/17/2016) [-]
Murder is based off of malicious intent.

Death penalty is a punishment placed through due process of a judicial system.

You're trying to compare murder with a response to a crime. You think sucking liberal cock is the answer.
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#128 - onceman (01/17/2016) [-]
Also, the death penalty costs tax payers more than life sentences.
I'm just not a strong believer in retribution man, and killing somebody for a crime seems way too much like it.
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#129 - swedishassassin (01/17/2016) [-]
Because that is a convoluted phrase that even in it's definition is called 'illegal killing', which is a very weird way of saying murder. It's just a weird way of saying 'manslaughter that someone didn't like the person on'

And that argument that the death penalty is more expensive is bullshit. Give me a shotgun shell. I'll provide the shotgun.
I'm just not a strong believer in 'there is never a reason to kill someone, even if they're a child-murderer/rapist/cannibal who's killed hundreds'. The same people who believe this also try and argue grey-areas of morality, yet seem black-and-white when it comes to killing someone.
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#131 - onceman (01/17/2016) [-]
America is never gonna adopt that method of execution so it's pointless to suggest it. Another point is that if somebody is capable of such acts chances are they hate themselves so much that they would welcome death, if I was convicted of murder, I would much rather die than live the rest of my life in prison, so why not let them suffer for the rest of their lives.
User avatar
#135 - swedishassassin (01/17/2016) [-]
That cost thing fyi is talking about the cost to sentence, not the remaining cost of keeping the prisoner.

So yea, its $740,000 for life, $1.26 mil for death penalty. So it's more like $6.1 million
User avatar
#133 - swedishassassin (01/17/2016) [-]
That's weak. You're complaining that death penalty is an immoral punishment, then claim that life sentence is better because it's more cruel.

Fuckin' Texas, the last hope of the world, passed laws that expedite death sentences for people who have 3 or more witnesses to the murder, cutting the cost.
Life sentence vs death penalty cost is also a myth.
It costs an average of 1.25 million for a death penalty. It costs $90,000 per year for a prisoner to be in prison. Lets say 90,000 x 60 = 5.4 million.

That, and if you watch people on death row, through documentary, they definitely don't want a death sentence. Either way, it's not about vengeance, it's about ridding someone who has forfeited their right to life.
I though liberals were all about rehabilitation anyways. Why are you imprisoning someone with no chance of entering freedom again, anyways. Save for maybe the chance that they could be found innocent in the future, but that's still rare.
User avatar
#137 - onceman (01/17/2016) [-]
I realize that they're two completely different arguments, the argument about killing is mostly a personal thing, I just think I'd be able to end somebody's life cause in all honesty I don't feel bad when someone that bad dies, I also don't feel good either. However, I still stand by my point that death penalty seems way better than spending the rest of your life in prison, obviously by that I mean real imprisonment and not like how they do it in socialist nations, I mean bear minimum for survival type stuff, now just imagine that for a good 50 years, yeah, I would much rather die and I think you would as well.
User avatar
#139 - swedishassassin (01/17/2016) [-]
But then what's it for? Punishment? That seems a little trivial at that point.

I'm getting you a little more now, so I appreciate you debating here with me and respectfully *bro fist*

The death penalty is to me more of a statement. It says in a way "There is a point in our society in which we will forfeit your status in humanity. You have been tried and found that you are no longer fit to exist." Harsh, but I think you know what I'm trying to get at.
User avatar
#141 - onceman (01/17/2016) [-]
Yeah I do understand your point, I'm not gonna go out of my way and protest that some states need to get rid of the death penalty, but I also am not going to push for the implementation of it in Canada, where I live.
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#138 - onceman (01/17/2016) [-]
i don't think I'd be able to*
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#127 - onceman (01/17/2016) [-]
My bad, I meant culpable homicide it's just not as catchy