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Im not sure but killing them certainly isnt the answer. Getting them help or something. Thats the problem though is people are too lazy or just cant think of something else other than killing away their problems.
People die either way.... either way I ended people lives and now I should "pay" with my life and be put to just because I ended theirs; accident or not.
It gets the point of where do you draw the line. What is considered a "legitimate" accident. The teen knew full well there was a great possibility there could be some casualties from his race. Maybe I just wanted to hurt the people I shot but I knew full well that if I pulled that trigger there is a great possibility there could be s as a result.
Where is the line drawn? What is accidental, what is not?
The justice system is very harsh and unforgiving. It needs to be used sparingly.
The street racing was "premeditated".
street racing was premeditated, not the killing
The teen mustve known full well that that consequence was a possibility yet he still did it.
Ok. Different example.
I walk around with a gun in my pocket all the time (not really, Im just using this as an example). I see a group of people from a rival gang or just simply people I dont like. I shoot all 6 of them down, killing 5.
gang violence is usually premeditated, you knew what you were doing when you pulled that trigger
Do I get penalty? It wasnt premeditated. But oh! I killed 5 people which is equal to 5 of me! Therefore I should surely die as well, 5 times over if it was possible.
yes, yes you do
Killing is killing dude.
not true, motive behind killing makes it right or not.
example: killing for food (hopefully not a person) or self defense
So. Instead of suing the teen and making his life miserable, he understands it was a mistake and boy is still young and learning so forgives him instead and lets him live the rest of life instead of living it in ruins for a simple mistake.
Only the powerful and secure are able to shrug off something extreme as that. If he wanted to, he could have sued the kid out of his money and gotten him in prison. The kids life wouldve been ruined. But the mans life? Still the same. No wife or daughter. Maybe hed even be more angry since he still hadnt forgiven the boy.
Think about that.
Wow.... obviously all that did go over your head.... what a waste of a time it took me typing that.
Yeah dude what ever slap me across the face. People hit me all the time but I never hit back.
Children tattle on eachother because one has something better than the other that they shouldnt and want to ruin it for everybody.
So right here your basically saying you want the person killed. Which is almost just as bad as killing the person. That makes you no better than the er himself. By your logic you should get the penalty then for wanting this guy killed.
"AN EYE FOR AN EYE MAKES THE WHOLE WORLD BLIND"
Seriously no offense or anything dude, but you have the petty mentality of a petty tattling child. I mean I guess I could even be considered a child to some extent (16?) but I dont think that way....
honestly, shes probably like 48 by now. that image is sooooooooo old
I can't believe so many of you actually think $$$ is more valuable than a human life. Boo hoo tax payers this tax payers that
No, it IS a photoshop.
What exactly do you mean by this? That you appreciate each persons help more than the one before him? Your appreciation for the help is growing exponentially with each post?
In all seriousness, I have no idea, but I'd be willing to bet it's not worth taking it to a tech to get it fixed. Maybe this is a blessing in disguise. New amp time?
*awaits masssive flaming*
(no, I don't actually like FOB)