05-20-12, 08:44 PM #121
This is how the pros do it:
"It is a box with a hole just big enough your your head and maybe an arm. Food would be left just out of reach to taunt you. They would give you water so you did starve to death. In China they had a version that was basically a giant board locked around your neck. The board was so wide that your arms could not reach your mouth or your head could not get near the ground. The only way to survive was on the charity of those willing to feed you."
05-20-12, 09:58 PM #122
It's inhumane and has no practical value. When you do this, you cannot get compensation for the victims. Society is still charged with the guilt to to support them. Imagine the recidivism rate, what would this punishment do to a mind? This is the philosophy in America, just an evolved sterilised version of it. Stupidity.
05-20-12, 11:16 PM #123
The obviousOriginally Posted by Syzygys
Unless, of course, you're finally tipping your hand in order to make it clear that your years of vicious advocacy of capital punishment is actually just a provocateur ruse intended to discredit capital punishment and its advocates. In which case, I would suggest you're taking the joke too far.
05-21-12, 12:53 AM #124
Hi, I would really appreciate it if you cited my research when you blatantly copy something I bothered to do.
05-21-12, 04:54 AM #125
I have found that a perfect way to punish. First the method tortures the client for a few weeks, but second, eventually he/she dies.
The best of both worlds, statisfies me (death) and you (torture) too... Everybody is happy...
Last edited by Syzygys; 05-21-12 at 05:19 AM.
05-21-12, 04:56 AM #126
You guys don't mind if at this point I don't take you very seriously. You are unable to come up with any decent argument, not getting simple points, all over, you guys are a joke, pompously playing the pro-humanistic card, when in reality, you are advocating sadism.
Last edited by Syzygys; 05-21-12 at 05:16 AM.
05-21-12, 04:59 AM #127
This is offtopic, but...
Just out of curiosity, what do you get out of a citation? A hard on? Just to explain, I did lots of researches, posted them all over the interwebs over the years, but I never cried when someone quoted me somewhere else, without citation... Do you torrent movies? If so, now you know how they feel...Also, don't you find silly to give credit on an anonymous message board from another anonymous message board??? This isn't exactly high science....
P.S.: Generally I cite sources when the information has names, numbers or charts in it. The above little quote had neither, so I didn't bother.
Last edited by Syzygys; 05-21-12 at 05:34 AM.
05-21-12, 05:10 AM #128
The same rule can be applied to the victim of a murder. After all, if said victim is dead, he/she does not need anything, especially justice against his/her killer. So why bother with the death penalty or a justice system for that matter?
Happy now? Read up on 2 of the 5 most prolific serial killers of recent times. One escaped (and killed again), the other got RELEASED. (we don't know where he is, but it is a good guess you don't want to vacation next to him)
So when your side can't come up with a decent argument, I can only entertain myself...
Edit: This is just in:
"BRANDON, Miss. – A guard was killed and, at one point, hostages were taken during a riot at a Mississippi prison...."
I guess time to close the prisons.... Innocent guards can be killed....
Last edited by Syzygys; 05-21-12 at 06:00 AM.
05-21-12, 05:12 AM #129
05-21-12, 05:13 AM #130
P.S.: But just to be a good sport and generally answer you, it is called the cost of doing business. You don't give up building and using bridges just because people jump off of them or because they occasionally collapse and have casualties, do you?
P.S.S.: See post #128. How many innocent guards has to be killed before we close the prisons, so no such thing can happen again? What is the guardkill rate per year you can live with???
Last edited by Syzygys; 05-21-12 at 06:02 AM.
05-21-12, 10:39 AM #131
Mod Hat — Closure
Mod Hat — Closure
This little experiment in trollability is done.
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