If you were going to be a killer, what type would you be?

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If you were going to kill, what type of killer would you be?

  1. Serial Killer

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  2. Mass Killer

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  3. Spree Killer

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  4. Other

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  1. Captain Kremmen All aboard, me Hearties! Valued Senior Member

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    Cutting a long and increasingly boring ferkin story short:
    Many weeks and many 'orrible murders later........

    Inspector Deske:( Fatter, and promoted)
    Well done Twerp, your input certainly helped us along on this case.
    Thank God that Blighter Kremmen never got to Rhenium in his sinister Chemical escapades.
    I'll never forget the shocked look on Powell's head we found it next to the big letter W what crushed 'im.
    What drew you onto it?

    Constable Twerp:
    Well, I noticed that at all our press interviews, a van used to arrive selling most delicious sandwiches.
    You used to love them Inspector.
    I told you about it after the first murder.

    Inspector Deske:
    Yes, you were always blabbing on about it,
    and yes, I suppose that we could have caught him far earlier,
    but at least we investigated thoroughly, according to procedure.
    Is there any left of those most vilely manufactured delicious cutlets?
    The Bush Cabinet, nicely sliced and sandwichised.

    Constable Twerp:
    Yes Sarge. I mean 'Spector.
    There are a few hundred in our Police Freezer.
    You said to keep buying them for evidence.

    Inspector Deske:
    Mmmh....
    Well, I suppose we don't need quite that many.
    Pop a few of them in the microwave, would you?

    Constable Twerp:
    Enough for two, Inspector?
    Perhaps a few of the Cheney and Cottage Cheese?
    Or the Ham of Bush with Dijon mustard.
    Or the Pickled Powell.

    Inspector Deske:
    We'll have one of each.
    Well done Twerp.
    You'll have my old job before long, the way you are going.
     
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  3. whynot Registered Senior Member

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    When the stabbings took place, I was in my late teens. My mom just warned us about answering the door to strangers. We heard some kids were hurt, but I didn't think of myself as a kid or by myself. He was trying to manipulate us into opening the door. However, I didn't like how the questions turned and the demands., so I called the police. It was than that they brought it to my attention about the stabbings and who he might be. So they sent someone over. He heard me on the phone and took off because I had mentioned calling them. my younger sybling tried to open the door thinking he had to. If we were not with than probably would of been a victim. This happen many years ago. My kid has been talked to. maybe has naturally better head on shoulders.
     
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  5. whynot Registered Senior Member

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    There were 3 close by kids around ages 5, 7, and 10. Other murders not in the neighborhood, around four others. So i believe the total was around 7 kids brutally stabbed to death.
     
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  7. whynot Registered Senior Member

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    serial killers and bed wetting.

    There are alot of killers out there never found or caught.

    I know alot of people are born developing their bladders late in life. Up to around age 10. Toilet training was hard, but my kid caught on quickly and fortunately was out of diapers completely at a earlie age like myself.

    now if a kid was abused for a problem in bed wetting, suppose that would effect a kid as any abuse would.
     
  8. whynot Registered Senior Member

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    serial killers and bed wetting.

    There are alot of killers out there never found or caught.

    I know alot of people are born developing their bladders late in life. Up to around age 10. Toilet training was hard, but my kid caught on quickly and fortunately was out of diapers completely at a earlie age like myself.

    now if a kid was abused for a problem in bed wetting, suppose that would effect a kid as any abuse would.

    We also had the serial killer female who was put to death. she was a prostitute, said they were trying to rape her and shot many men. had a girl friend squel her out.
     
  9. Captain Kremmen All aboard, me Hearties! Valued Senior Member

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    How is that funny?
     
  10. GeoffP Caput gerat lupinum Valued Senior Member

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    Because serial killers are bedwetters, clearly.
     
  11. KilljoyKlown Whatever Valued Senior Member

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    Have you found any studies that would suggest a connection between serial killers and bed wetting? I think probably not. Do you even know the average age of a serial killer when they make their first kill? Sociopaths are born that way and most of them will grow up and be hard to live with, but they won't become serial killers or any kind of killer for that matter. But my personal opinion is that all serial killers started out as sociopaths of one degree or another.
     
  12. Dywyddyr Penguinaciously duckalicious. Valued Senior Member

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    One of my girlfriends offered to squel me out once.
    I had to tell her straight: "I'm having none of this post-modern stuff! Bangers 'n mash wiv a brew an' a fag, it were good enough fer me dad an' it's bloody good enough fer me. An change channel on telly while yer up".
     
  13. GeoffP Caput gerat lupinum Valued Senior Member

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    ...Dad?
     
  14. Captain Kremmen All aboard, me Hearties! Valued Senior Member

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    The police are searching for a cross-eyed killer........

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    Two mice. Now that's what I call really lucky!
     
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  15. Captain Kremmen All aboard, me Hearties! Valued Senior Member

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    @whynot
    You haven't asked for advice, so I won't give you any, but it sounds like you might have PTSD.
    If so, that's something that can be treated quite well these days. Just a thought.
    Read this link and see if your symptoms match up.
    See http://helpguide.org/mental/post_traumatic_stress_disorder_symptoms_treatment.htm


    @Dwyddyr
    Luckily for me I have no idea what squel means, and I'm not going to look it up either.
     
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  16. Dywyddyr Penguinaciously duckalicious. Valued Senior Member

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    Me neither. Hence my reply.
     
  17. KilljoyKlown Whatever Valued Senior Member

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    Let me hazard a guess that it was a typo for squeal as used in the following context.

    •Slang. To turn informer; betray an accomplice or secret.
     
  18. chimpkin C'mon, get happy! Registered Senior Member

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    Late bedwetting can be a sign of severe emotional trauma.
    The other two signs of future sociopathy are setting fires and torturing animals.
     
  19. Dywyddyr Penguinaciously duckalicious. Valued Senior Member

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    You mean it was "squeal her out"?
    Ah, makes sense I suppose, but it wasn't something that had occurred to me (until much later).
    It's not exactly a term in use this side of the pond. (And, I think, even then it would be "squealed on her").
     
  20. KilljoyKlown Whatever Valued Senior Member

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    Yeah a bit unorthodox, i expect sooner or later she will set us straight on this subject.

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  21. BlueBaby Banned Banned

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    Okay, I’ll play. I’d like to claim I’ve never entertained such thoughts but that would be a lie.

    I suppose I’d be some sort of vigilante (in my mind anyway). I’d take out the repeat offender- child molester, child torturer and child killer. I am so sick of reading the horrific crimes one can repeat over and over even as they obviously escalate in severity. And any cop could tell you where it was headed.

    But, is it really the offender’s fault? If the offender was capable of sanity, emapathy or good judgement he wouldn’t have committed his crimes in the first place. So, what has run through my mind is taking out those who repeatedly unleash an offender on society.

    No, I could never and would never, thus my euphemism for kill, I guess. But sure it’s crossed my mind a time or two or three.

    I’d also fantasize about incarcerating those responsible but they just get out and continue to repeatedly release the repeaters. Round and round the Merry-Go-Round. Weeee!

    Joseph E Duncan and the Groene family come to mind. Wiki says Duncan has a long history as a violent sexual predator. That is unimaginable to me.

    "Okay, Joey, were going to let you out/off again, be good boy now, K?"

    It has to stop somewhere and I'm not betting on the offenders.
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  22. KilljoyKlown Whatever Valued Senior Member

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    I will go on record and say I like the way you are thinking. If we had a sure fire way of making sure no innocent people got wrongfully convicted I'd say kill them all and televise it for those that want to see justuce done.
     
  23. BlueBaby Banned Banned

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    Yeah, the judicial system completely baffles me. Sit outside a court sometime and just listen to offenders and their lawyers and the bargains made. It is surprising to say the least.

    I understand the ramifications of vigilante justice, and I don't advocate it, I was just being honest. When I read the horrific crimes of repeat child molesters it riles me up! I've given up on blaming the stone cold offender- it's the "normal" people in charge of making decisions for the offenders that completely drive me insane!

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