Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by IheartSig, Oct 16, 2015.
As it should be handled...
Someone needed to put in a little more effort in the second "s".
sorry its early, I don't follow
shoot, shovel, shut up
Hahaha Haha. I figured it was something like that. Sorry man I'm pretty tired.
Sig.... more coffee.
sounds like dexter morgan made his way to oregon.
Yeah, I'm betting Law Enforcement doesn't stress themselves out too much solving this one for some reason.
Big cats, wolves and humans get the SSS treatment.
If more people like this had the same happen then there would be fear in the criminal world.
When they can be released on probation, good behavior only to commit again... that's where the problem lies.
While I hope the local LEO stuffs this in some garbage filing cabinet I doubt they will. Somebody will open their mouth. How does that saying go? "Two can keep a secret if one of them is dead."
If an individual did this in preservation of their life I hope they come forward, get a medal pinned on their chest and life moves on. If somebody did this to protect another in the future; sss.
I find it interesting that "good ole boys" don't carry around a bag of that nice white stuff. Don't they also know that it takes 3' of dirt to keep animals out? None the wiser at that point. (The difference between city boys and country boys).
Mother Nature...picking up our slack
Life would be much easier if frontier justice was still present.
pigs eat anything. just sayin.
Maybe so but there would no doubt be a lot of innocent people meeting the same fate. While 'Frontier Justice' is a 'romantic' notion (and not without isolated incidences such as this which tend to make us jump to conclusions) there is no evidence to suggest his death was due to some form of retribution and is nothing more than hyperbole at this point. He may have committed suicide, OD'd or got drunk, fell and hit his head. The reality is history shows there was really no 'justice' about it at all - little more than impulsive decisions made by people under stress without all the facts - and NOT always carried out by those on the side of law and order. Good or bad, right or wrong we are a nation of laws which need to be maintained - Otherwise we would be reduced to medieval barbarians.
I don't think anyone's arguing that. I think people are just taking a moment to bask in some poetic justice landing on the right side of morality for once.
A man pretends to be a cop. A sex offender to boot. Where is the low point in this story?
I get the analogy, but for the times it worked. We somehow became so-called civilized and now use a court system, where you are found guilty by your peers. Oh unless you have money or are famous or donate to several senators election. You get my point, justice today is an illusion put out by lawyers and aristocrats to punish the less civilized when they did not behave. If you look back in history the first systems in place in the Americas were private appointed agencies, oddly the same as our prison are. There can be no justice if the system used is not just in its design. I stand by my thoughts of Frontier Justice, if SHTF you can be 100% the citizenry wont be looking to court to help sort it out. Courts are why we are in this mess. Courts gave the right of Judges and Prosecutions to be omitted from any liability. So what do Judges, Prosecutions do? They lie, no different then Frontier Justice just now we sound more civilized before we lock you up or hang ya !
But it all perfectly legal..............................
Another concealed carry success story
A waste of a body bag and a DNA test.
This deserves a wee bit of elucidation!
Separate names with a comma.