If you're so sick, you wouldn't be forming excuses over what you knew you intentionally did. Right Castro?
There are those who were abused had the courage to stand up to keep their lives clean. It's not like we enjoy abuse. If you dislike abuse, don't do it on others. Especially not for many years. There should've been a day that you thought it was wrong.
A female drug kingpin killed many people for money, and stated in court that "she couldn't help herself because of drug codependency." Give me a break.”
“Maybe this should happen more? Sorry, if it's brutal and INHUMAN, but I am deeply against abuse and oppression. Can prison really change people? because he wasn't in jail for that long.”
AlisonCarnie on Jul 11, 2013 at 13:45:05
“It just makes them angrier and more violent.”
Junesopinion on Jul 11, 2013 at 13:44:56
“Prison can change people, if it is done right it can reduce recidivism, reduce anti-social behavior of all kinds and reintegrate folks in a constructive way. Sadly we mostly just warehouse people and treat them like animals. That doesn't mean that people in our prisons don't change our prisons still change people, but for the worse.”
checknn on Jul 11, 2013 at 13:38:30
“GreatLakes, I actually think this is probably one of those "we'll throw him in jail till he calms down" types of prison stays. I imagine it was jail, not actual prison. But either way, no, it won't change this sort of behavior.”
“I understand that you're sympathetic for youth, but we cannot accept this w/o harsh consequences. What is gang life like? If he didn't shoot and kill, will he die anyway? Eventually, if not imprisoned, he may end up dead. For distributing illegal contents that others want, and it's this race that kills people. This is the life he picked, even if he wants to feel wanted. Innocents keep dying for this race. So why a baby?!”
Jun 15, 2013 at 19:26:59
“No, but that would, in a wrongful way, place you in the wrong light. And it'll provoke police or the like to believe that you're a delinquent and are easily defensive. Prejudice is in the same path as racism. It's the reason why people are talking about considering Trayvon's mobile messages about being a "gangster" and having drugs. But such charges shouldn't matter if he didn't have drugs or a weapon with him during the incident.
I also believe that the media, like documentaries and news, increases racism.”
“He's such a beautiful Rottie! I love these stories!”
Lovin Colorado on Mar 18, 2013 at 14:57:37
“He IS a handsome boy isn't he? I had 3 rotts at one time....they are awesome dogs.
I say this with tears....I cannot IMAGINE Christopher's pain....I would live in my car with Stella before letting her go anywhere.
I'm happy and sad for these 2 all at the same time...”
“A "party"? I'm sad that kids die, k? But don't aim a gun at the police. If you feel emotion over the pain and death of someone you know, then violence isn't tolerated. Nobody wants to see family hurt/dead regardless of circumstances. No one would be presumptuous, both kids and police, if you didn't provoke one another (ie: running, looking suspicious, being short tempered or having a quick mouth) for MANY years. Especially the police, branded for corruption. This is also a bad example for those who aspire to work for law enforcement.”