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#6
what the ****ing ****
But boys will be boys and girls have those eyes
that'll cut you to ribbons, sometimes
and all you can do is just wait by the moon
and bleed if it's what she says you ought to do
#7
How exactly did the crowd quarter him? And was it post or pre-mortem?

It's such a strange thing to do.
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#8
That is the most awesome thing I have ever read in the history of news.
Most of the important things


in the world have been accomplished


by people who have kept on


trying when there seemed to be no hope at all
#9
Quote by Masquirina
Wait, is that legal!??

Ohhhh, okay



Well it must be. It doesn't say where they played and all I know about football is they usually have, very, very large stadiums. You'd think there would be police and security at those things..
#11
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Well it must be. It doesn't say where they played and all I know about football is they usually have, very, very large stadiums. You'd think there would be police and security at those things..

It was an amateur match. So no policy, no security, just 22 guys a ref and people on the sideline.
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#13
I feel like in terms of Brazilian murder and justice standards, the crowd was in the right. You just don't go around stabbing players to death at a sports event, especially if you're the ref. I mean sure, if this happened in a 1st world country it'd be appalling and we'd be looking for the guys who killed the ref, but since this is Brazil, shit happens.
Most of the important things


in the world have been accomplished


by people who have kept on


trying when there seemed to be no hope at all
#15
Austin Powers: 'Not the time to lose one's head.'
Vanessa Kensington: 'No.'
Austin Powers: 'That's not the way to get ahead in life.'
Vanessa Kensington: 'No.'
Austin Powers: 'It's a shame he wasn't more headstrong.'
Vanessa Kensington: 'Hmm.'
Austin Powers: 'He'll never be the head of a major corporation.'
Vanessa Kensington: 'Okay, that'll do.'


#16
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I feel like in terms of Brazilian murder and justice standards, the crowd was in the right. You just don't go around stabbing players to death at a sports event, especially if you're the ref


And that means the crowd is justified in brutally murdering the ref?
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#17
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Austin Powers: 'Not the time to lose one's head.'
Vanessa Kensington: 'No.'
Austin Powers: 'That's not the way to get ahead in life.'
Vanessa Kensington: 'No.'
Austin Powers: 'It's a shame he wasn't more headstrong.'
Vanessa Kensington: 'Hmm.'
Austin Powers: 'He'll never be the head of a major corporation.'
Vanessa Kensington: 'Okay, that'll do.'



HAHAHAHA LETS MAKE JOKES ABOUT HE GUY WHO GOT DECAPITATED HA
Quote by Mr Winters
And that means the crowd is justified in brutally murdering the ref?

I guess his point is that justice is not universal.
But boys will be boys and girls have those eyes
that'll cut you to ribbons, sometimes
and all you can do is just wait by the moon
and bleed if it's what she says you ought to do
#18
too many beheadings these days




#20
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These people are crazy, but am I crazy for wanting to see footage of it? :\

Yes
But boys will be boys and girls have those eyes
that'll cut you to ribbons, sometimes
and all you can do is just wait by the moon
and bleed if it's what she says you ought to do
#21
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These people are crazy, but am I crazy for wanting to see footage of it? :\


Not really. They probably wont release it though. Or it'll be just like that soldier beheading a week or two ago. They'll just show clips, and not really show anything too gruesome.
#24
Quote by Hydra150

I guess his point is that justice is not universal.


Yeah but just like you don't go stabbing players, you don't go beheading referees. I understand anger can make people do shit like this, but I don't think that kind of retaliation is justified. And after all, the referee was attacked first, so you could say that, while he obviously went too far, he acted in self defense (and no I'm not saying he had the right to stab the guy)

What I'm trying to say is that you just can't go killing people like this, no matter which "side" you're on.

Oh and about footage, I think there was some Brazilian website that showed pics of the dead ref, but I tried to enter it and it took ages to load so I said fuck it.
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#25
How on earth does something like this happen? I mean, first the referee killing a player, and then the referee stoned and quartered with his head put on a stake? This sounds like a news story from the 16th century.
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#26
I hope this doesn't become another 700+ comment thread with people trying justify the actions of the referee or the crowd.
#28
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I hope this doesn't become another 700+ comment thread with people trying justify the actions of the referee or the crowd.


Well the referee only was trying to protect himself.
#29
It was the guy's fault for not restraining the dog properly. They were just trying to do a stressful job.
But boys will be boys and girls have those eyes
that'll cut you to ribbons, sometimes
and all you can do is just wait by the moon
and bleed if it's what she says you ought to do
#30
The World Cup is gonna be intense next year.
Can't wait.
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#31
Quote by Mr Winters
And that means the crowd is justified in brutally murdering the ref?


By Brazilian standards, probably, yes.

I look at a lot of social defunct constructs of the situation. There was obviously not a police force at the stadium to quell the murder of the ref and if there was, the presence was not anything to be intimidated by. This impoverished mob of angry civilians was not going to just tie the ref up and leave him in front of a local precinct. The mob mentality is a very over bearing one. In a society riddled with violence, poverty, and protesting going on at this very moment, tensions are extremely high, and are willing to create unspeakable amounts of violence within this particular society.

It's still really horrifying, but still, can you blame them?
Most of the important things


in the world have been accomplished


by people who have kept on


trying when there seemed to be no hope at all
#32
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Well the referee only was trying to protect himself.


Here we go...

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It was the guy's fault for not restraining the dog properly. They were just trying to do a stressful job.


He shouldn't of been playing the music.
#33
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It's still really horrifying, but still, can you blame them?

Yes. Beheading (etc.) is kinda going beyond the call of duty.
But boys will be boys and girls have those eyes
that'll cut you to ribbons, sometimes
and all you can do is just wait by the moon
and bleed if it's what she says you ought to do
#34
Quote by Nelsean
It's still really horrifying, but still, can you blame them?


I mean it's ultimately another culture apart from mine. I don't understand it. But to me, that seems a bit like overkill. That's hardly making things even.
#35
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That is the most awesome thing I have ever read in the history of news.


This. Holy shit
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#36
Didn't know referees had pockets to carry knives. Maybe he just used the corner flag.

Edit: I can't read.
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#37
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I mean it's ultimately another culture apart from mine. I don't understand it. But to me, that seems a bit like overkill. That's hardly making things even.


Our culture captures, trials, judges, and sentences. "Humane" death may apply.

Their culture captured, judged, and sentenced. Death was applied.
Most of the important things


in the world have been accomplished


by people who have kept on


trying when there seemed to be no hope at all
#38
Quote by Masquirina
Did he PM everyone who decided to save their pet instead? Because that's pretty sick, in fact you know what?


What was that in response to?
#39
Quote by Wormholes
Well it must be. It doesn't say where they played and all I know about football is they usually have, very, very large stadiums. You'd think there would be police and security at those things..

Security can't stop a mosh pit in an arena, I've seen one where they tried because a circle only opened at the end of the show, you just saw yellow blurs everywhere in it.

I doubt they could've done anything had it been a professional game.
#40
You can see some pics, but no, apparently you can't. Disregard this post.
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