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post #46 of 76 Old 01-05-2010, 06:11 PM
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You are not from america please leave. Just kidding. But seriously I dont think you understand how I feel about these people. have you lost anyone to a drunk?

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post #47 of 76 Old 01-05-2010, 06:17 PM
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Yeah, OK, tough guy.
Ahhhh wouldn't be the first time someone went bat **** crazy over something like that and killed somebody. Usually they get beaten to death though and in reality this guy probably wouldn't get his gun but a blunt object instead. Picking up your gun is you promising yourself your going to kill an individual while a blunt object gives you more leeway, like "lets see where this goes" kind of feeling.

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You are not from america please leave. Just kidding.
Not the first time somebodys said that about waterboarder!

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But seriously I dont think you understand how I feel about these people. have you lost anyone to a drunk?
Lost somebody due to failed steering linkage in a car. Felt an odd vendetta against that type of sedan so I understand where your coming from.

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post #49 of 76 Old 01-05-2010, 06:31 PM Thread Starter
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You are not from america please leave. Just kidding. But seriously I dont think you understand how I feel about these people. have you lost anyone to a drunk?
Oh, I know how you feel. But I don't think killing someone in a situation where you are very likely to be caught (and punished) is a very good strategy for dishing out the retribution a DUI killer so richly deserves.
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Oh, I know how you feel. But I don't think killing someone in a situation where you are very likely to be caught (and punished) is a very good strategy for dishing out the retribution a DUI killer so richly deserves.
AKA hide the body.

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AKA hide the body.
Hide? No. Capture without leaving any witnesses or useful evidence, render unidentifiable and scatter the parts? You betcha.
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Hide? No. Capture without leaving any witnesses or useful evidence, render unidentifiable and scatter the parts? You betcha.
Scatter the parts? In my experience (watching CSI NY ) It would be best to just completely destroy them all together. Fire would be my choice. I would also make sure to remove any bullets from the body first. Thank you TNT network!!!

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Scatter the parts? In my experience (watching CSI NY ) It would be best to just completely destroy them all together.
Unfortunately, I don't have access to equipment that lets me completely destroy matter. E=MC^2 ya know.

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Secret tip - if you don't use bullets, you don't have to bother removing them.
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Secret tip - if you don't use bullets, you don't have to bother removing them.
Ice bullets?

MythBusters Episode 1: Ice Bullet, Exploding Toilet, Who Gets Wetter?

Damn, you're right. Already busted.
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Unfortunately, I don't have access to equipment that lets me completely destroy matter. E=MC^2 ya know.
Didn't say matter
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Secret tip - if you don't use bullets, you don't have to bother removing them.
Figured it would be less messy than beating someone to death. I'm really thinking along the lines of arson. Very few ties to who could have commited arson.

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Ice bullets?

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Damn, you're right. Already busted.
No one said anything about ice bullets.

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Didn't say matter
What do you suppose body parts are made of?

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Figured it would be less messy than beating someone to death. I'm really thinking along the lines of arson.
Well, strangulation provides a strong and personal sense of satisfaction. Plus, if you incinerate the body afterward, you remove all evidence of strangulation and don't have to pick any metal out later.

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I was charged once, but that charge didn't stick. It was BS anyway.
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What do you suppose body parts are made of?
I don't think you understand the term "completely destroy" in its context? Do you need me to elaborate? Perhaps with a metaphor?

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I don't think you understand the term "completely destroy" in its context? Do you need me to elaborate?
Please do.
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Well, strangulation provides a strong and personal sense of satisfaction. Plus, if you incinerate the body afterward, you remove all evidence of strangulation .......
Incinerating may not do it....cremating would though, because of this:

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Incinerating may not do it....cremating would though, because of this:
Much like anything else, one has to know what he or she is doing.
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