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#150 - Be prepared to but dont intend to.  [+] (4 replies) 11/22/2016 on Scary stuff comp #4 [morbid] -2
#163 - silentpaper (11/22/2016) [-]
Three Kings Gunshot wound scene you can pull your weapon without intent to kill, but you absolutely can never pull the trigger without having the intention of killing.
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#153 - iamnuff (11/22/2016) [-]
No dude. Shooting someone is intending to kill them.

nonlethal shit like popping someone in the leg only happens on TV.
If you fire a gun at someone, you're trying to kill them. End of story.

Executing someone on the ground is going beyond the pale, but "shooting to wound" is still a myth.
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#179 - quasimbo (11/22/2016) [-]
Really ? I don't have a lot of knowledge about guns but to me it seemed like shooting somebody once in the stomach, shoulder area could hardly be lethal. I thought the only really lethal places to kill somebody with one or two shots were you know head, lungs , heart. I know bleeding out is a thing but is it really that uncommon to survive about an hour with a bullet through your stomach ?
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#187 - iamnuff (11/23/2016) [-]
It's not that shooting someone means they instantly die, it's more that aiming for extremities like shoulders, arms or legs is stupid and will more than likely end with you missing and potentially shooting a bystander.

Center-mass shots are the standard for a reason.

Bullet wounds, even to the torso, are survivable. However, legally speaking, shooting at someone is treated as an attempt to kill them.

If they broke into your house, it might be acceptable to attempt to kill them.
I do recall that there are several states where you'd actually be better off if they died.
A shot thief who survives can try to sue you.

That said, shooting someone while they're down and helpless is murder. No two ways about it.

TLDR, aiming for arms or legs is risky and stupid, and there's no legal distinction between "i shot a guy in the leg because I wanted him to survive" and "I put three rounds in his chest before he fell over, but he didn't die so I called him an ambulance."

Both are still treated as an attempt to kill your assailant, so you might as well go with the one that's less likely to miss.
#140 - What else could he do right ?He couldve shot them but not kill…  [+] (6 replies) 11/22/2016 on Scary stuff comp #4 [morbid] 0
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#145 - iamnuff (11/22/2016) [-]
Non-lethal shootings aren't a thing. Legally or morally.

If you shoot someone, you'd better be prepared to kill them.
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#150 - quasimbo (11/22/2016) [-]
Be prepared to but dont intend to.
#163 - silentpaper (11/22/2016) [-]
Three Kings Gunshot wound scene you can pull your weapon without intent to kill, but you absolutely can never pull the trigger without having the intention of killing.
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#153 - iamnuff (11/22/2016) [-]
No dude. Shooting someone is intending to kill them.

nonlethal shit like popping someone in the leg only happens on TV.
If you fire a gun at someone, you're trying to kill them. End of story.

Executing someone on the ground is going beyond the pale, but "shooting to wound" is still a myth.
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#179 - quasimbo (11/22/2016) [-]
Really ? I don't have a lot of knowledge about guns but to me it seemed like shooting somebody once in the stomach, shoulder area could hardly be lethal. I thought the only really lethal places to kill somebody with one or two shots were you know head, lungs , heart. I know bleeding out is a thing but is it really that uncommon to survive about an hour with a bullet through your stomach ?
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#187 - iamnuff (11/23/2016) [-]
It's not that shooting someone means they instantly die, it's more that aiming for extremities like shoulders, arms or legs is stupid and will more than likely end with you missing and potentially shooting a bystander.

Center-mass shots are the standard for a reason.

Bullet wounds, even to the torso, are survivable. However, legally speaking, shooting at someone is treated as an attempt to kill them.

If they broke into your house, it might be acceptable to attempt to kill them.
I do recall that there are several states where you'd actually be better off if they died.
A shot thief who survives can try to sue you.

That said, shooting someone while they're down and helpless is murder. No two ways about it.

TLDR, aiming for arms or legs is risky and stupid, and there's no legal distinction between "i shot a guy in the leg because I wanted him to survive" and "I put three rounds in his chest before he fell over, but he didn't die so I called him an ambulance."

Both are still treated as an attempt to kill your assailant, so you might as well go with the one that's less likely to miss.
#68 - Your life sounds ******* awful What the hell is going on. Why …  [+] (1 reply) 11/21/2016 on Samstägliche Freude 0
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#69 - deutschblut (11/21/2016) [-]
We are poor.

But happy.

I personally would never have a pet, until every one in the world was safe and fed.

Unless the animal served a function. Hunting dog, security dog, etc.

I live in one of the coldest States in the USA, and no one cares about the homeless people in the Winter. There are no shelters here. Not for 90% of the homeless at least.

There was a famous article in the news last year (from before I came back to the States) about a homeless man and a dog. Everyone felt so sad for the dog, they paid for the guy to stay at a hotel all winter and gave him a job.

They did not care for the man, only the dog.

Just seems so strange to me.
#66 - I dont think people are worshipping pets and I dont think anyb…  [+] (3 replies) 11/20/2016 on Samstägliche Freude +1
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#67 - deutschblut (11/20/2016) [-]
Well, for example, I know "poor" people in the USA that told me they "only" spend US$600 a month on their dogs.

That is twice the income of my whole family.

When I met my Wife, she supported 15 people on $50 a month.

OK, what I am really mad about, is sitting in class at University with a bunch of little kids, and one 400lb fat woman with her own TABLE instead of a desk and not being able to focus on class with the barking and smell of dog shit.

It was my German class no less!
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#68 - quasimbo (11/21/2016) [-]
Your life sounds fucking awful What the hell is going on. Why on earth did your wife support 15 people and How come the income of your whole family is only 300 Bucks god damn.
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#69 - deutschblut (11/21/2016) [-]
We are poor.

But happy.

I personally would never have a pet, until every one in the world was safe and fed.

Unless the animal served a function. Hunting dog, security dog, etc.

I live in one of the coldest States in the USA, and no one cares about the homeless people in the Winter. There are no shelters here. Not for 90% of the homeless at least.

There was a famous article in the news last year (from before I came back to the States) about a homeless man and a dog. Everyone felt so sad for the dog, they paid for the guy to stay at a hotel all winter and gave him a job.

They did not care for the man, only the dog.

Just seems so strange to me.
#44 - What the **** 11/20/2016 on Growth +2
#63 - Yeah makes sense. Y did you downvote every comment I made tho lol  [+] (5 replies) 11/20/2016 on Samstägliche Freude 0
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#65 - deutschblut (11/20/2016) [-]
Why did you downvote mine first?
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#66 - quasimbo (11/20/2016) [-]
I dont think people are worshipping pets and I dont think anybody except Maniacs puts the life of a pet above peoples lifes
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#67 - deutschblut (11/20/2016) [-]
Well, for example, I know "poor" people in the USA that told me they "only" spend US$600 a month on their dogs.

That is twice the income of my whole family.

When I met my Wife, she supported 15 people on $50 a month.

OK, what I am really mad about, is sitting in class at University with a bunch of little kids, and one 400lb fat woman with her own TABLE instead of a desk and not being able to focus on class with the barking and smell of dog shit.

It was my German class no less!
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#68 - quasimbo (11/21/2016) [-]
Your life sounds fucking awful What the hell is going on. Why on earth did your wife support 15 people and How come the income of your whole family is only 300 Bucks god damn.
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#69 - deutschblut (11/21/2016) [-]
We are poor.

But happy.

I personally would never have a pet, until every one in the world was safe and fed.

Unless the animal served a function. Hunting dog, security dog, etc.

I live in one of the coldest States in the USA, and no one cares about the homeless people in the Winter. There are no shelters here. Not for 90% of the homeless at least.

There was a famous article in the news last year (from before I came back to the States) about a homeless man and a dog. Everyone felt so sad for the dog, they paid for the guy to stay at a hotel all winter and gave him a job.

They did not care for the man, only the dog.

Just seems so strange to me.
#60 - Alright so why were you born in America  [+] (8 replies) 11/20/2016 on Samstägliche Freude 0
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#62 - deutschblut (11/20/2016) [-]
Because that is the country my Mother was in when she went into labour?

Why is anyone born in the countries they are born in?

Fucking auto-logout...
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#63 - quasimbo (11/20/2016) [-]
Yeah makes sense. Y did you downvote every comment I made tho lol
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#65 - deutschblut (11/20/2016) [-]
Why did you downvote mine first?
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#66 - quasimbo (11/20/2016) [-]
I dont think people are worshipping pets and I dont think anybody except Maniacs puts the life of a pet above peoples lifes
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#67 - deutschblut (11/20/2016) [-]
Well, for example, I know "poor" people in the USA that told me they "only" spend US$600 a month on their dogs.

That is twice the income of my whole family.

When I met my Wife, she supported 15 people on $50 a month.

OK, what I am really mad about, is sitting in class at University with a bunch of little kids, and one 400lb fat woman with her own TABLE instead of a desk and not being able to focus on class with the barking and smell of dog shit.

It was my German class no less!
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#68 - quasimbo (11/21/2016) [-]
Your life sounds fucking awful What the hell is going on. Why on earth did your wife support 15 people and How come the income of your whole family is only 300 Bucks god damn.
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#69 - deutschblut (11/21/2016) [-]
We are poor.

But happy.

I personally would never have a pet, until every one in the world was safe and fed.

Unless the animal served a function. Hunting dog, security dog, etc.

I live in one of the coldest States in the USA, and no one cares about the homeless people in the Winter. There are no shelters here. Not for 90% of the homeless at least.

There was a famous article in the news last year (from before I came back to the States) about a homeless man and a dog. Everyone felt so sad for the dog, they paid for the guy to stay at a hotel all winter and gave him a job.

They did not care for the man, only the dog.

Just seems so strange to me.
#61 - anon (11/20/2016) [-]
Because that is the country my Mother was in when she went into labour?

Why is anyone born in the countries they are born in?
#56 - Whats up with your avatar and you name if youre from america ?  [+] (10 replies) 11/20/2016 on Samstägliche Freude -1
#57 - deutschblut (11/20/2016) [-]
I am German.

And an Imperialist.

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#60 - quasimbo (11/20/2016) [-]
Alright so why were you born in America
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#62 - deutschblut (11/20/2016) [-]
Because that is the country my Mother was in when she went into labour?

Why is anyone born in the countries they are born in?

Fucking auto-logout...
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#63 - quasimbo (11/20/2016) [-]
Yeah makes sense. Y did you downvote every comment I made tho lol
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#65 - deutschblut (11/20/2016) [-]
Why did you downvote mine first?
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#66 - quasimbo (11/20/2016) [-]
I dont think people are worshipping pets and I dont think anybody except Maniacs puts the life of a pet above peoples lifes
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#67 - deutschblut (11/20/2016) [-]
Well, for example, I know "poor" people in the USA that told me they "only" spend US$600 a month on their dogs.

That is twice the income of my whole family.

When I met my Wife, she supported 15 people on $50 a month.

OK, what I am really mad about, is sitting in class at University with a bunch of little kids, and one 400lb fat woman with her own TABLE instead of a desk and not being able to focus on class with the barking and smell of dog shit.

It was my German class no less!
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#68 - quasimbo (11/21/2016) [-]
Your life sounds fucking awful What the hell is going on. Why on earth did your wife support 15 people and How come the income of your whole family is only 300 Bucks god damn.
User avatar
#69 - deutschblut (11/21/2016) [-]
We are poor.

But happy.

I personally would never have a pet, until every one in the world was safe and fed.

Unless the animal served a function. Hunting dog, security dog, etc.

I live in one of the coldest States in the USA, and no one cares about the homeless people in the Winter. There are no shelters here. Not for 90% of the homeless at least.

There was a famous article in the news last year (from before I came back to the States) about a homeless man and a dog. Everyone felt so sad for the dog, they paid for the guy to stay at a hotel all winter and gave him a job.

They did not care for the man, only the dog.

Just seems so strange to me.
#61 - anon (11/20/2016) [-]
Because that is the country my Mother was in when she went into labour?

Why is anyone born in the countries they are born in?