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post #1 of (permalink) Old 06-17-2003, 05:11 PM Thread Starter
 
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O/T This is a great example of poetic justice

I had to laugh out loud when i read this.

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Does that equate to a good RTI index? [img]images/graemlins/grin.gif[/img] I can't tell what is left of the car but the 5 spoke wheels. "A man's gotsa know his limitations." Here's to Peter.



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You beat me to it!!!! [img]images/graemlins/grin.gif[/img]
I was just about to post that same story. [img]images/graemlins/crazy.gif[/img]
No matter how much "after the fact" the car crushing is, he still did a better job than his local law enforcement probably would have done. He could always say that they pointed a weapon at him while he was following to get a tag number, and acted in self defense.
I'm sure he'll still be sued by the low life ba$tard$. [img]images/graemlins/mad.gif[/img]
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This is probly that Hummer accident that someone kept trying to post a picture of. Funny stuff, but he's lucky he didn't kill anyone.

I don't blame him for his actions though, but he should have been more careful and just gone over the hood and killed the engine.
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Killed the engine? That would be a waste. Dead men can't sue.
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Dead men can't sue, but their moms, dads, brothers, sisters, husbands, wives, and kids all can. Anyone who was a dependant on that person can sue.
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I agree with you. Nothing I own is worth taking another person's life over. I have seen too much death in my life to want to see someone killed over possessions. Someone trying to harm an innocent person is another matter and deserves to die and should be helped with their journey to Hell.
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Someone trying to harm an innocent person is another matter and deserves to die and should be helped with their journey to Hell.

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Armed robbery and speeding recklessly away from the scene constitutes harm to an innocent person in my book. I say good for him. I'm personally sick to death of these low life scumbag wastes of skin thinking they can rob people and be protected by the law. Maybe if more people fought back and wasted a few of these morons then the next generation would think twice about being so stupid. Anyone comes into my house, it's not my posseions I will kill them over, it's the fact that they even CONSIDERED harming my family. That is a death sentence in my house.
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1. Do what is right,
2. Let the concequences follow.
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I was referring to the news story and situations like it. The robbers had escaped. I think killing the robbers during an armed robbery is justified because I would be in fear for my life. If I see someone stealing something from my vehicle and he doesn't appear to be a threat to my family or me, I would not kill him. I do not believe that any possesion of mine is worth taking another person's life for. I believe there are a lot of people that may deserve to die, just not by my hand.
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