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Posted in: What happens to apartments where murders occur? See in context

Suicide, I could probably deal with. A grisly Murder? Hmm, maybe not so much...

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Posted in: Teacher, 38, arrested for allegedly sexually assaulting 11-year-old girl in Ibaraki See in context

So a young naive girl got into a car with someone whose job was supposed to look after her and who she trusted. Oh. My. God. She clearly was asking to be sexually assaulted/raped. Yep. No doubt about it.

Are you kidding me? I don't care how mature she looked (and how do you know, anyway? Have you seen any photos of her?) no one deserves that. I had a similar thing happen to me at that age. It was only a few years ago and at that time, I was convinced kissing would make you pregnant! I hardly "solicated" that man simply because he took advantage of me.

"And to say that a child/teen DON'T know what is going is on is FALSE. Heck, I have been solicited by 12 and 13yr olds for sex. YES, they approached me."

Wow. That must mean every single child whose ever been abused deserved it. They were asking for it. I can tell you now, that is an unfair generalization. And I don't know for sure, but since it was with the cyber-angels, I'm assuming that mean it happened online? Not face to face? So how do you know that the people were the age they said they were?

Well, that's just my opinion. Feel free to rebut!

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Posted in: 25-year-old wife arrested for selling nude photos of herself See in context

Yeah, I can see why the police would want to arrest her. Never mind all the tenticle porn and other disturbing hentai I've seen being sold here...

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Posted in: Supreme Court says U.S. Constitution gives Americans right to own guns See in context

NRA: "Guns don't kill people..."

But they sure do help! Just pointing at someone and saying "bang" doesn't do much damage.

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Posted in: 2-yr-old boy drowns in drain while parents are in comic cafe See in context

"so patty smash you are talking about freak accidents"

I would consider, personally, a boy drowning in a drain a freak accident, yes. After all, it doesn't happen every day... and I agree with Patrick Smash - unless you know the full details, you shouldn't put %100 of the blame on the parents. After all, as far as you know they had been shopping as a family and had stopped in the cafe for a cup of cofee and a snack (which my parents have done plently of times) and the boy had slipped away or went to the toilet. It happens. People often lose sight of children in shopping centers (that's why we have lost and found, after all) but the majority of the time the children are found quickly. And if the parents found the body, they obviously went looking for him- which doesn't sound like neglect to me.

But hey, that's just my opinion. :)

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