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    The FBI has really stepped up in this area every day I read about someone trying to seduce a minor, let them all go to jail, cut off their balls, put them in a cell with Bubba and let them rot and die.. they are scum pure and simple.
     
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    Well said!!! No room for these predators destroying the lives of children.
     
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    I agree. They need to start construction on a special prison in North Alaska soon.
     
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    Just their balls?

    I say leave the balls and take the canoli ... :p
     
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    I remember when Siberia was the chosen destination.

    They should reopen those labor camps we used to see in the old time
    movies ... you know the ones in water abundant crocodile & mosquito infested areas.
     
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    Nah...Steve McQueen was able to escape from that one.
     
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    Yeah but he was Steve McQueen. And Steve McQueen taught Chuck Norris how to be tough. And we all know how tough Chuck Norris is...he's so tough there's no chin behind his beard, just another fist.
     
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    The problem in this country is that pedophiles like this will get a pscychiatrist, some meds, and a "new lease on life" in about 36 months. :mad:
     
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    WTF is up with "men od God" raping children?
    Seriously...has anyone done a study to find the commonality in this? My guess is that these fu(ks think they are actually closer to "God" and have certain rights and priviledges. But even if that were true, wouldn't you try for a hot adult woman (or man if you're gay) who is religious and believes all your bullshyte?
     
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    You mean why do they do it at all or why does it seem to happen so often?
     
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    Well...both, but more the second part.
     
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    Don't know why they do it, but it appears to happen more often because it's actually reported every single time it happens. Just like there are x number of highway deaths every day that almost never get reported, but they breathlessly report deaths in Iraq.
     
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    AHH because the highway deaths were accidents,where as the deaths in Iraq aren't. GET it. Or do look at both in the same manner?
     
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    Not all highway deaths are accidents, and I wasn't suggesting they're the same, merely using it as an example of how some things are over-reported (like a minister who rapes a kid) v. underreported (like every other pervert).

    Besides, if your wife dies in a car wreck on her way home, is that any less tragic because it was an "accident" as you say?
     
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    To say "every" anything is of course no true,but in most cases they are accidents. It would be tragic to me,(if my wife was killed in an accident) but to others mearly a another...... accident. On the other hand kids getting killed in Iraq for our sake isn't just another death,or accident. But the way you phrased it in that post sounded very much what you really believe.. ...(but they breathlessly report deaths in Iraq.A.Paul) I note the word "breathlessly" like they shouldn't,like their over zealous, like you don't want to hear it. Because deep down you KNOW they shouldn't be there in Iraq.
     
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    Breathlessly because I hate the media, and I hate how charged up they get about reporting tragedies.
     
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    What ever you say Paul. Whaat ever you say. :rolleyes:
     
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    What now? Jesus Christ...:bricks:
     
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    Nothing............I have nothing else to say except that the way you phrased it (Breathlessly) came across to me like traffic accidents and soldiers deaths were equal in weight. I just wanted you to know that. I wouldn't put it past others on this forum to do just that. I.E (SO what about the deaths in Iraq more people die in traffic accidents each year) and so on and so forth.
     
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