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Posted in: 83-year-old man with dementia killed in car crash while driving wrong way on expressway See in context

@Alex Einz What says that they weren't taking proper care of him. Trust me, I have someone in the family with a high level of dementia and you can try your best to help but it simply won't work. I'm not saying that you're wrong, the family may have not been taking proper care of him but like I said, what evidence is there that they weren't. Maybe he should've been in a retirement home.

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Posted in: 6-year-old girl declared brain dead; organs transplanted See in context

Out of curiosity ,what would your guys reactions be if the government passed a law making organ donation compulsory if they're coming from a corpse and needed by somebody? I don't see how it's a problem but I understand how some peopel would think it;s against their civil rights and such.

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Posted in: Man injured by wild boar in Yamaguchi See in context

@NegishiHoldout

It's probably illegal for the same reason as where I live. The animal doesn't normally die instantly/very close to instantly when using a bow, even if its a vital shot. Huntings a lot more "humane" when using a weapon like a rifle or sniper. A headshot, killing it instantly, painless. Even with that though, we have jerks who shoot the animal in the legs just to enjoy it trying to escape, injured.

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Posted in: 12-year-old boy with fake gun dies after shot by Ohio officer See in context

I see both sides of this argument. First of all, America has been having a lot of school shootings recently. How would the cop know if the kid wasn't like one of those kids? He couldn't. He made a decision and unfortunately, it was the wrong one. On the other side however, how long was the kid there? BY the time somebody called the police about the kid, he must've been there for a bit. It would've also taken at least 10 minutes for a cop to arrive at the playground. In all this time, the kid would've shot somebody at the playground if it was a real gun, which it wasn't. There were people at the playground so if the officer didn't see any of them harmed, he should've considered it being a toy gun, not a real one. Sadly, there have been to many cases of shootings that have made situations like this have irrationals jumping to conclusions.

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Posted in: Do you think time travel will ever be possible? See in context

I wish but most likely not. The idea interferes with many logical theories.

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Posted in: Missouri governor declares state of emergency ahead of ruling on Ferguson shooting See in context

Can you guys please stop arguing? By the looks of it, NEITHER of you have any evidence to support what you're saying. This is a place for discussion, not arguing.

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