Turns out she's the girlfriend of a moderator over at BitTech...
Fire up "ol shredder"...another entry...
Should run a Friday Special for these 4 Gentlemen
"The most dangerous myth is the demagoguery that business can be made to pay a larger share, thus relieving the individual. Politicians preaching this are either deliberately dishonest, or economically illiterate, and either one should scare us...
Only people pay taxes, and people pay as consumers every tax that is assessed against a business."
Sorta gives me pause when I recall the old "thumbs up or down" when dealing with lowlifes.
No expensive trials. No expensive prison stays.
Just one two three...like shit thru an 8 year old goose.
ehhhh people in prison that murder people and rape our kids live better then my family here....cable tv...3 meals a day, free schooling... go to hell guys wtf is that....your pampering people that have done horrible things and deserve to die. Now if death is a bit harsh...how about throwing them in the hole for the rest of thier life? They broke the worst laws in the land and dont deserve much...
3 things I hate the most:
As far as I am concerned people that fit in these 3 areas do not deserve anything in life
Why not an eye for an eye? Our ways of proving guilt has come a long ways now....
What the hell is wrong with people?NEW YORK (AP) -- It was an ordeal that lasted 19 hours. In that span, a man bound a Columbia University graduate student in her apartment, raped her, doused her with hot water and bleach, slit her eyelids and finally set a fire before fleeing, police said.
Ill read a crime like this and Ill puzzle for hours over the deal.
I keep trying to make "sense" of the crime.
A bank heist? That makes sense. I get the need/want/opportunity.
But when you get to unnecessary crimes against some person?
Pure works of evil? Im just lost. I just cant connect on any level.
Which may be a positive.
Id like to think we could come up with some "punishment" that
might steer would be killers away from the crime.
But you know Orang? May as well threaten a fish with a speeding ticket.
Its just how things are.
Edit: An interesting read is the life and times of Charles Starkweather.
Its a great reference point for those interested in crime types.
Last edited by jimzinsocal; 04-19-2007 at 09:07 PM.