Former NASCAR Driver's Dogs Attack Mail Carrier 22 min ago

Apr 22, 2011 Full story: Charlotte Channel 9 42

When a mail carrier tried to deliver a package too big for a homeowner's mailbox, she tried to drop it off at the home's front door.

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“RaiderNation of Domination”

Since: May 07

Some West Texas County

#42 Apr 29, 2011
The Fat and the Furious wrote:
<quoted text>You think correctly. I do indeed think that someone who drives irresponsibly and kills someone is guilty as charged. I'm sure you will also if, let's say, someone exceeding the speed limit or driving drunk kills someone you care about. You think that somehow that person should just go home for taking someones's life with their reckless actions? I believe just fine in freedom of choice, just as I believe in suffering the consequences when those choices are stupid ones. I can choose to be moral or not moral, good/evil, criminal/law-abiding-citizen and those who's job it is to determine if my actions were punishable, can choose to than punish me. You see, they have freedom of choice also.
Did you ever think about why some of these laws you complain about exist? Probably not or you wouldn't keep defending some of these dumb choices by people. Many of them exist because someone, who may have seen things your way at one time, had to suffer greatly and their was a call for action. Those laws still exist because no one wants to have to suffer the way some of these indiviuals and families did and when someone's stupidity and recklessness makes others suffer, the majority of people think those responsible should be punished.
Let me point out some more examples, ones similar to your crazy attempt at letting careless murders behind the wheel go scott free. Let's say I'm playing with my gun over at my house. I accidentally discharge the weapon and the bullet rips through my neighbor out mowing his lawn. By your logic, I should just be given a lollipop and be sent on my merry way. Yet, my neighbor's kids and wife seem to think differently. They don't feel they should be without a dad and husband because I didn't know how to handle my firearm safely and took little caution to prevent what happened. The vast majority of neighbors and community at large, seem to feel the same as the neighbors family (Hmmm... Wonder why that could be?)
You keep on believing that carelessly murdering or hurting someone should go unpunished. That's your right I suppose. But with that attitude, don't be surprised when your carelessness puts you in a situation that the rest of society thinks you should be punished severly for. And, like I've already said more than once: Your tune will change very quickly when someone you care about is crippled/killed/maimed by a drunk driver, careless gun owner, careless car company that didn't issue a recall, careless dog owner and on and on and on. Why pretend otherwise? You're fooling nobody, espeically me, because I've known people personally who've made similar statements to yours. Sadly, I've seen how differently some of those people's opinions became once they became the victims. Let's hope your wise enough to learn beforehand, instead of feeling like maybe someone was trying to teach you a lesson the hard way.
You're not getting it. You think I'd wish something bad on somebody you'd better think again. BTW I do have kids and a big bad dog and that dog knows he'll get the bullet if he does anything to my kids. I have never once complained about a drinking and driving law. I dont' like laws that DEFEND people that make stupid choices like entering an area with a warning sign on it. One handling a firearm unsafely has no business handling one at all. Heres one that's really screwed up: One with firearm felony charges normally is not allowed to purchase firearms, but one with Drinking and driving charges can still purchase alcohol. What sickens me the most is when a guilty rapist/molester is let off even though you know for a fact he did it. If that was the case, I would kill him knowing good and well he won't be around to do it again. I may spend the rest of my life locked up, but it would be all worth it.

“RaiderNation of Domination”

Since: May 07

Some West Texas County

#43 Apr 29, 2011
The Fat and the Furious wrote:
<quoted text>You think correctly. I do indeed think that someone who drives irresponsibly and kills someone is guilty as charged. I'm sure you will also if, let's say, someone exceeding the speed limit or driving drunk kills someone you care about. You think that somehow that person should just go home for taking someones's life with their reckless actions? I believe just fine in freedom of choice, just as I believe in suffering the consequences when those choices are stupid ones. I can choose to be moral or not moral, good/evil, criminal/law-abiding-citizen and those who's job it is to determine if my actions were punishable, can choose to than punish me. You see, they have freedom of choice also.
You're not getting it. You think I'd wish something bad on somebody just becase I don't feel sorry for somebody who did something stupid to themself, you'd better think again. BTW I do have kids and a big bad dog. I DON'T FEEL SORRY FOR STUPID PEOPLE. I don't like laws that defend stupid people. I know why we have laws that put stupid people away. There's a difference in doing something to yourself and somebody doing something to you. BTW my wife and I are fighting a case right now over a UPS driver that declared a package undeliverable even though our front door is accessible and you don't have to go through anything to get to it.

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