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Police: Girls Charged In Stabbing Expressed Regret

There are 37 comments on the CBS Local story from Jun 3, 2014, titled Police: Girls Charged In Stabbing Expressed Regret. In it, CBS Local reports that:

Two 12-year-old southeastern Wisconsin girls charged with trying to stab their friend to death to please a mythological creature had struggled to decide who should do the deed.

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#23 Jun 5, 2014
http://youtu.be/BkKr067ZXGQ
Some are born evil. I think the only regret they share is that they were caught.

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#24 Jun 5, 2014
Spotted Girl wrote:
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I'm not a lawyer, nor do I play one on TV.
AHEMMMMMMMMMMMMMM .........this lawyer

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As defense attorney I will have to contend with the problem that this mythological creature does not exist...

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#25 Jun 5, 2014
Fish_sticks wrote:
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You might be right, but have you not notice how society has changed how kids behave? Unfortunately that fall square in the parents lap.
Whether they be Wiccan, Baptist, or even Pagan .... it's become a world where kids are influenced by TV, Internet, and lack of parent supervision. My kids aren't perfect, but they knew right from wrong at the tender age of 12.
Very sad story.
Reminds me of Lord of the Flies :(

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#26 Jun 5, 2014
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As defense attorney I will have to contend with the problem that this mythological creature does not exist...
I guess he should say:

"I'm not a lawyer, but I play one online."

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#27 Jun 5, 2014
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I guess he should say:
"I'm not a lawyer, but I play one online."
it is all on how we perceive

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#28 Jun 5, 2014
oh how nice of them to apologize.

pfff

there are some real freaks in this world.
actually its probably more like freaks raising freaks..
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#29 Jun 5, 2014
Always Wary wrote:
<quoted text>Rule of return/three affects everyone whether they see it or understand it. You absolutely get what you give.
As the wealthy and successful and apparently contented - and sociopathic, imo - Bush and Cheney families show, to take just two examples, that is definitely, objectively not true.
Xstain Mullah Decree

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#30 Jun 5, 2014
tora tora tora wrote:
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Christians In Name Only
As defense attorney I will have to contend with the problem that this mythological creature does not exist...
I _am_ a member of the bar.

Happy hour.(More like slouching than in good standing.)

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#31 Jun 5, 2014
Xstain Mullah Decree wrote:
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As the wealthy and successful and apparently contented - and sociopathic, imo - Bush and Cheney families show, to take just two examples, that is definitely, objectively not true.
:) What LIM and I were talking about (to me) is on a personal level, is the glass half full or empty? As you start your day what you think (today will be awful or good) tends to be self fulfilling. One Native American belief is you have two wolf halves that start out equal (good and evil) what you feed is what grows stronger. The girls in this story reaped what was sown.

As for the B&C families, perhaps what they've sown isn't finished growing.
Xstain Mullah Decree

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#32 Jun 5, 2014
Always Wary wrote:
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:) What LIM and I were talking about (to me) is on a personal level, is the glass half full or empty? As you start your day what you think (today will be awful or good) tends to be self fulfilling. One Native American belief is you have two wolf halves that start out equal (good and evil) what you feed is what grows stronger. The girls in this story reaped what was sown.
As for the B&C families, perhaps what they've sown isn't finished growing.
What you were saying is utter nonsense. Those willing to use and abuse power throughout history have always triumphed. It has nothing to do with your silly, superstitious "law," whose recitation actually blinds people to how things actually work.
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#33 Jun 6, 2014
Always Wary wrote:
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:) What LIM and I were talking about (to me) is on a personal level, is the glass half full or empty? As you start your day what you think (today will be awful or good) tends to be self fulfilling. One Native American belief is you have two wolf halves that start out equal (good and evil) what you feed is what grows stronger. The girls in this story reaped what was sown.
As for the B&C families, perhaps what they've sown isn't finished growing.
exactly, excellent example

it is why I didn't play with ouija boards

and as to bex's theory , the woman that raised me was strong spiritually, a mountain , an honest and giving soul who did teach me better
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#34 Jun 6, 2014
Xstain Mullah Decree wrote:
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What you were saying is utter nonsense. Those willing to use and abuse power throughout history have always triumphed. It has nothing to do with your silly, superstitious "law," whose recitation actually blinds people to how things actually work.
their material gain and power grabbing creates internal turmoil that is worse than a thousand deaths, having children that pray for their deaths ,.......

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#35 Jun 6, 2014
Xstain Mullah Decree wrote:
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What you were saying is utter nonsense. Those willing to use and abuse power throughout history have always triumphed. It has nothing to do with your silly, superstitious "law," whose recitation actually blinds people to how things actually work.
Those that use and abuse power throughout history have always had followers. Those that allow or want them to come to power have either misread the intention or think they will profit from it, most, the latter. There is no superstition in that. I see how things work rather well and find human nature fascinating.
Rehan

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#36 Jun 6, 2014
Hell krgissj
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#37 Jun 6, 2014
Always Wary wrote:
<quoted text> Those that use and abuse power throughout history have always had followers.
That is not connected with what you said and which I commented on.

Obviously evil doers do not according to some wiccan fortune cookie belief always get what they deserve.

Simple. Obvious.

And resorting to that sort of "faith" would undermine an actual understanding or concrete addressing of systemic evils.

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#38 Jun 10, 2014
Anita Bryant s Jihad wrote:
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That is not connected with what you said and which I commented on.
Obviously evil doers do not according to some wiccan fortune cookie belief always get what they deserve.
Simple. Obvious.
And resorting to that sort of "faith" would undermine an actual understanding or concrete addressing of systemic evils.
I typed a sort story in reply, then deleted it. Your responses show you don't understand what I am trying say, I see no point in continuing.
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#39 Jun 10, 2014
Anita Bryant s Jihad wrote:
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That is not connected with what you said and which I commented on.
Obviously evil doers do not according to some wiccan fortune cookie belief always get what they deserve.
Simple. Obvious.
And resorting to that sort of "faith" would undermine an actual understanding or concrete addressing of systemic evils.
JGOP?

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