Toj

“Where is Everyone?”

Since: Jul 12

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#76520 Nov 29, 2012
Sublime1 wrote:
Nice to see Sam and Toj are doing their part to further the pussification of America.
Its this same, "awwww, poor little criminal ... they can't be harmed ... we must do everything to protect them and nurture them" mentality that has lead to 20 some million illegals overrunning our country.
That's exactly what we're saying. Right! I really don't care if you agree with me that shooting a person incapacitated is murder.

“The two baby belly, please!”

Since: Sep 09

Evanston IL

#76521 Nov 29, 2012
j_m_w wrote:
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Porn is boring. <giggle>
I giggled at that too.

Since: Jan 10

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#76522 Nov 29, 2012
If porn is boring, you're watching the wrong kind!

“A Programmer is not in IT!”

Since: Feb 09

Neda, stay with me! Charlie

#76523 Nov 29, 2012
More proof your a male.
If what you think about would give me wood means your either a guy yourself or your a lezbo. Cause thinking about grabbing a mans tool in no way arouses me.
Sam I Am wrote:
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I don't "jerk off," I pet the kitty. And if I described what I think about you'd probably be embarrassed to stand up for about an hour.

“A Programmer is not in IT!”

Since: Feb 09

Neda, stay with me! Charlie

#76524 Nov 29, 2012
Sam dont care, she will cap anyone.
edogxxx wrote:
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Silver bullets are for werewolves.

Since: Aug 08

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#76525 Nov 29, 2012
Toj wrote:
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I really don't care if you agree with me that shooting a person incapacitated is murder.
I can ACTUALLY see how folks might have a problem with that, but Sam and you having a problem with him making it look like he's not home and hiding in his basement to catch them in the act is just sofa king bleeding heart it makes me want to vomit.

If he had made it look like he wasn't home and just put a slug in their heads as they walked down the stairs, I would have thought he should get a medal for removing two low life's from the face of the earth.

I mean, let's put it this way. Let's say instead of these intruders being two unarmed kids, let's say they were heavily armed grown men. And let's say that this man, after being robbed by them, made it look like he wasn't home, hid in his basement, and then put a slug in their heads as they came down to the basement. Would your heart bleed for them?

If not, I dunno why you and Sam are going on and on and on about how he hid in his basement. Remember, he didn't know it was two unarmed teens who were going to be robbing him and he shouldn't have to take chances and hope for the best when someone breaks into his home.

“A Programmer is not in IT!”

Since: Feb 09

Neda, stay with me! Charlie

#76526 Nov 29, 2012
But sam says that if you yell "BOO" really loud, they will pee their pants and run away, never to darken you door again. Nope, they wont ever return and catch you when you really are sleeping and club you like a baby seal, just wont happen.

(Puts on rose glasses....La-la-la!! Scone?)
Sublime1 wrote:
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I can ACTUALLY see how folks might have a problem with that, but Sam and you having a problem with him making it look like he's not home and hiding in his basement to catch them in the act is just sofa king bleeding heart it makes me want to vomit.
If he had made it look like he wasn't home and just put a slug in their heads as they walked down the stairs, I would have thought he should get a medal for removing two low life's from the face of the earth.
I mean, let's put it this way. Let's say instead of these intruders being two unarmed kids, let's say they were heavily armed grown men. And let's say that this man, after being robbed by them, made it look like he wasn't home, hid in his basement, and then put a slug in their heads as they came down to the basement. Would your heart bleed for them?
If not, I dunno why you and Sam are going on and on and on about how he hid in his basement. Remember, he didn't know it was two unarmed teens who were going to be robbing him and he shouldn't have to take chances and hope for the best when someone breaks into his home.
Sam I Am

Knoxville, TN

#76527 Nov 29, 2012
RACE wrote:
More proof your a male.
If what you think about would give me wood means your either a guy yourself or your a lezbo. Cause thinking about grabbing a mans tool in no way arouses me.
<quoted text>
Nope, it just means you have a very limited imagination. I'm not a "lezbo" but I am not averse to a little female attention.
Sam I Am

Knoxville, TN

#76528 Nov 29, 2012
RACE wrote:
Sam dont care, she will cap anyone.
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Darn straight. Any excuse to pop a cap in someone's butt. Any day I don't get to spray some lead is a bad day.

“A Programmer is not in IT!”

Since: Feb 09

Neda, stay with me! Charlie

#76529 Nov 29, 2012
Isnt the definition of being a homosexual defined as engaging in sexual acts with a person of the same sex as yourself?

So, unless you are sporting both sets of equipment, your a lezbo.
Sam I Am wrote:
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Nope, it just means you have a very limited imagination. I'm not a "lezbo" but I am not averse to a little female attention.

Since: Jan 10

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#76530 Nov 29, 2012
RACE wrote:
Isnt the definition of being a homosexual defined as engaging in sexual acts with a person of the same sex as yourself?
So, unless you are sporting both sets of equipment, your a lezbo.
<quoted text>
Didn't we have this argument/debate with edog a couple of years ago?

Since: Aug 08

Location hidden

#76531 Nov 29, 2012
RACE wrote:
Isnt the definition of being a homosexual defined as engaging in sexual acts with a person of the same sex as yourself?
So, unless you are sporting both sets of equipment, your a lezbo.
<quoted text>
Man law says, that's only true for guys.

Don't be calling bi chicks lezbos. Then they will get all self-conscious. Bisexuality should be encouraged in women. Nothing beats chicks in twos, unless there are more than two. Mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm.
Sam I Am

Cedar Grove, TN

#76532 Nov 29, 2012
RACE wrote:
Isnt the definition of being a homosexual defined as engaging in sexual acts with a person of the same sex as yourself?
So, unless you are sporting both sets of equipment, your a lezbo.
<quoted text>
C'mon, dum dum, think. Turn off the TV, sit down, focus and think. If you are going to insist on categorizing everything, then at least be accurate. Lesbian and homosexual both involve an orientation to only the same sex. Bisexual means open to both sexes. I shouldn't have to spell that out, but apparently I do. I derive 99% of my enjoyment from men. I do so with consistent enthusiasm and vigor. The remaining 1% consists of an accasional kiss or a little petting. And threesomes (the "good kind" as most men refer to it) are a part of my fantasy repertoire. If you deem that sufficient to toss me in the bi bin, that don't make no never mind to me. Of course, most guys I know would spend less energy labeling and more conceptualizing....

Since: Mar 09

Miami, FL

#76533 Nov 29, 2012
Sublime1 wrote:
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Man law says, that's only true for guys.
Don't be calling bi chicks lezbos. Then they will get all self-conscious. Bisexuality should be encouraged in women. Nothing beats chicks in twos, unless there are more than two. Mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm.
The juxtaposition between this post and your homey Christmas scene avatar pic is amusing to me.
:)

“reign in blood”

Since: May 09

Wilmington, IL

#76534 Nov 29, 2012
Sam I Am wrote:
I derive 99% of my enjoyment from men. I do so with consistent enthusiasm and vigor. The remaining 1% consists of an accasional kiss or a little petting. And threesomes (the "good kind" as most men refer to it) are a part of my fantasy repertoire. If you deem that sufficient to toss me in the bi bin, that don't make no never mind to me. Of course, most guys I know would spend less energy labeling and more conceptualizing....
Sounds good to me! Come on over and bring a friend!

Since: Jul 10

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#76535 Nov 29, 2012
Several years ago, I had a similar situation leading up to the shootings. My house in rural Minnesota (different town) had been broken into while I was gone, and several months later, there was evidence that someone had been back, but hadn't broken in yet. So I hid my car and stayed up all night a few nights. The fourth night, some maggot broke my sliding glass door, across the room from where I was waiting. I told him to stay very very still since my 9mm was nervous around strangers. Unlike this guy, I didn't shoot him...sadly. I called the cops. You know what happened? He paid a fine...again. He hadn't actually removed anything and we couldn't prove that he intented to, so he was charged with burglary 3rd degree, reduced to burglary 4th degree - a misdemeanor. My insurance company paid for a little less than half the cost of the door, with me paying for the rest. He never even made restitution for that.

But thank goodness he lived. Like all of them, he was a great kid, just getting his life turned around. At least, that's what all his family members said a few years later, when he moved to the Cities, broke into some woman's house, and raped and killed her before robbing the place.

Had I shot him when he first entered, I would not have walked over and shot him again, in the face. But then again, I wouldn't have had to. I am a very good shot. If there ever is a next time, I will dial AFTER I fire.

Since: Aug 08

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#76536 Nov 29, 2012
j_m_w wrote:
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The juxtaposition between this post and your homey Christmas scene avatar pic is amusing to me.
:)
Bambi and I are both officially on the naughty list.

Since: Aug 08

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#76537 Nov 29, 2012
Sgt__Smith wrote:
Several years ago, I had a similar situation leading up to the shootings. My house in rural Minnesota (different town) had been broken into while I was gone, and several months later, there was evidence that someone had been back, but hadn't broken in yet. So I hid my car and stayed up all night a few nights. The fourth night, some maggot broke my sliding glass door, across the room from where I was waiting. I told him to stay very very still since my 9mm was nervous around strangers. Unlike this guy, I didn't shoot him...sadly. I called the cops. You know what happened? He paid a fine...again. He hadn't actually removed anything and we couldn't prove that he intented to, so he was charged with burglary 3rd degree, reduced to burglary 4th degree - a misdemeanor. My insurance company paid for a little less than half the cost of the door, with me paying for the rest. He never even made restitution for that.
But thank goodness he lived. Like all of them, he was a great kid, just getting his life turned around. At least, that's what all his family members said a few years later, when he moved to the Cities, broke into some woman's house, and raped and killed her before robbing the place.
Had I shot him when he first entered, I would not have walked over and shot him again, in the face. But then again, I wouldn't have had to. I am a very good shot. If there ever is a next time, I will dial AFTER I fire.
Hear, hear.

Chances are those kids would have moved on to far worst things as well. That guy did the world a favor, IMO.

Since: Jan 10

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#76538 Nov 29, 2012
Sgt__Smith wrote:
Had I shot him when he first entered, I would not have walked over and shot him again, in the face. But then again, I wouldn't have had to. I am a very good shot. If there ever is a next time, I will dial AFTER I fire.
From waht I've read and been told, in gun classes (like to get your conceal-carry permit), you're told to empty the chamber. You don't shoot once, you shoot it all.

Since: Jan 10

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#76539 Nov 29, 2012
I feel this way:

You can say "what if they were big men with guns" or present other potential scenarios all you want. But they WEREN'T Big men with guns. They DIDN'T present a threat after he first took each one down. They DON'T deserve to die for being stupid teens looking for drugs and money to buy drugs. Yes, that's the riskt hey took for breaking in, and if he'd met them at the bedroom door in the room they broke into and blasted them away then and there, then called the cops, I'd e on his side.

He did something wrong, he knewit, and he proscratinated calling the cops because he knew his hours as a free man were severely shortened.

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