OT: What the Phuck?

Discussion in 'rec.music.guitar' started by Atlas, Aug 26, 2003.

  1. Odin

    Odin Guest

    Re: What the Phuck?

    "Robert Barker" <rwbarker@spambegonecox.net> wrote in message

    > > > >As was proved this week when the defrocked priest who abused those

    > > children
    > > > >in Boston was beat and strangled to death in his cell.
    > > >
    > > > ...by a neonazi who's father was beaming with pride from his
    > > > son's actions.

    > >
    > > Yeah, but justice was finally done. And the irony is that the guy who
    > > killed the priest was already serving a life sentence in segregation

    and
    > > there is no death penalty in that state, so the killer cannot receive

    any
    > > punishment for the killing.
    > >
    > >

    > Yep. I have NO sympathy for ANY child abuser, period. He finally got what
    > had been coming to him, and I'm not unhappy about it. Personally, I think
    > they oughta have a specially nasty 'Texas Pickup Ride' for child abusers.


    This POS had abused over 150 kids. Death was too good for him but I
    certainly don't feel bad about what happened.
  2. Richard

    Richard Guest

    Re: What the Phuck?

    res0jmoj@REMOVEverizon.net wrote...
    >
    > "Atlas" <c1sublux@hotmail.comXXXSPAM> wrote in message
    >
    > > >As was proved this week when the defrocked priest who abused those

    > children
    > > >in Boston was beat and strangled to death in his cell.

    > >
    > > ...by a neonazi who's father was beaming with pride from his
    > > son's actions.


    Several different news reports I'd read all had the father as
    disowning his son many years hence, disavowing any of his actions,
    and living--along rest of his family--under a death threat from the
    son. I don't know where the "beaming with pride" report comes from,
    but I haven't seen a single news source describe the killer's father
    that way. Far from it.

    > Yeah, but justice was finally done. And the irony is that the guy who
    > killed the priest was already serving a life sentence in segregation and
    > there is no death penalty in that state, so the killer cannot receive any
    > punishment for the killing.


    Yeah, it's a problem when the criminal passes the limits of
    punishment you can meter out. My suggestion for criminals like that,
    who continue to murder and rape fellow prisoners because the criminal
    justice system of their state can't hurt them any more is...well,
    it's not humane. I'll leave it at that.

    --
    "Leave the donkeys to their thistles." -- old Persian saying
  3. Les Cargill

    Les Cargill Guest

    Re: What the Phuck?

    Richard wrote:
    >
    > res0jmoj@REMOVEverizon.net wrote...
    > >
    > > "Atlas" <c1sublux@hotmail.comXXXSPAM> wrote in message
    > >
    > > > >As was proved this week when the defrocked priest who abused those

    > > children
    > > > >in Boston was beat and strangled to death in his cell.
    > > >
    > > > ...by a neonazi who's father was beaming with pride from his
    > > > son's actions.

    >
    > Several different news reports I'd read all had the father as
    > disowning his son many years hence, disavowing any of his actions,
    > and living--along rest of his family--under a death threat from the
    > son. I don't know where the "beaming with pride" report comes from,
    > but I haven't seen a single news source describe the killer's father
    > that way. Far from it.
    >
    > > Yeah, but justice was finally done. And the irony is that the guy who
    > > killed the priest was already serving a life sentence in segregation and
    > > there is no death penalty in that state, so the killer cannot receive any
    > > punishment for the killing.

    >
    > Yeah, it's a problem when the criminal passes the limits of
    > punishment you can meter out. My suggestion for criminals like that,
    > who continue to murder and rape fellow prisoners because the criminal
    > justice system of their state can't hurt them any more is...well,
    > it's not humane. I'll leave it at that.
    >


    The Quakers designed the prison system, so it's no accident
    the conflict resolution mechanisms are inadequate. Of course,
    the Quakers designed a system in which all inmates were in
    solitary, which drove them mostly mad as hatters.

    Whadda I think? They all oughta get hardcore, Navy Seal level
    PT and personal combat training, by trustees within
    the system under supervision. The washouts go to
    different facilities. Conflicts are settled in the arena.

    Just think what the cable rights alone would be worth.

    But seriously, why not formalize what's happening anyway?

    > --
    > "Leave the donkeys to their thistles." -- old Persian saying


    *BRAAAAY*. Mmm, thistles.

    --
    Les Cargill
  4. Atlas

    Atlas Guest

    Re: What the Phuck?

    x-no-archive: yes

    On Wed, 27 Aug 2003 17:15:52 GMT, "Robert Barker"
    <rwbarker@spambegonecox.net> wrote:

    >Yep. I have NO sympathy for ANY child abuser, period. He finally got what
    >had been coming to him, and I'm not unhappy about it. Personally, I think
    >they oughta have a specially nasty 'Texas Pickup Ride' for child abusers.


    These types of decisions are not to be made unilaterally. And
    especially not from an inmate.

    The rest of your point I wholeheartedly agree with. Now
    let's get some pizza.



    Atlas
    --
    http://www.geocities.com/cbpdoc/DiscHerniation_Main.html
  5. Odin

    Odin Guest

    Re: What the Phuck?

    "Richard" <rh310@hotmail.com> wrote in message

    > > Yeah, but justice was finally done. And the irony is

    that the guy who
    > > killed the priest was already serving a life sentence in

    segregation and
    > > there is no death penalty in that state, so the killer

    cannot receive any
    > > punishment for the killing.

    >
    > Yeah, it's a problem when the criminal passes the limits

    of
    > punishment you can meter out. My suggestion for criminals

    like that,
    > who continue to murder and rape fellow prisoners because

    the criminal
    > justice system of their state can't hurt them any more

    is...well,
    > it's not humane. I'll leave it at that.


    The absence of the death penalty, in this case, was actually
    a factor in the person committing a murder. If there was a
    death penalty in that state the prisoner would be subject to
    further punishment and likely wouldn't have openly killed
    another prisoner. Not that the killing couldn't have been
    arranged in secret, but it would be much harder in the
    segregation area of the prison to commit a murder without
    being caught.
  6. Re: What the Phuck?

    "Atlas" <c1sublux@hotmail.comNOSPAM> wrote in message
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    > x-no-archive: yes
    >
    > On Wed, 27 Aug 2003 17:15:52 GMT, "Robert Barker"
    > <rwbarker@spambegonecox.net> wrote:
    >
    > >Yep. I have NO sympathy for ANY child abuser, period. He finally got what
    > >had been coming to him, and I'm not unhappy about it. Personally, I think
    > >they oughta have a specially nasty 'Texas Pickup Ride' for child abusers.

    >
    > These types of decisions are not to be made unilaterally. And
    > especially not from an inmate.


    Well, I don't care who makes 'em, in this particular case, as long as the
    job got done....This buttcrack abused 130+ KIDS! There ain't no lower form
    of life out there, IMO.
    >
    > The rest of your point I wholeheartedly agree with. Now
    > let's get some pizza.
    >
    >
    >
    > Atlas
    > --
    > http://www.geocities.com/cbpdoc/DiscHerniation_Main.html


    Now you're talking!!! Pizzaahhhhh.....<drool>....;+)

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