“One way to look at it; it's a shame somebody was murdered over this person's gender operation. It's too bad the expense couldn't get covered by the sugar daddy, but it's obviously far worse that the dispute resulted in the commission of a capital crime. What if this whole case gets closed with an appropriate penalty and, in the future, more is done to make such reassignment processes happen a bit more smoothly?
What if the operations themselves were no longer in the category of expensive luxuries, and instead were subsidized mainly by public health care systems?”
Jul 21, 2009 at 15:26:02
“From my experience, immersing prisoners in a meditational environment only increases their danger to society. They come out just as sociopathic as when they were convicted, except now they've got that extra boost in mental power and deception abilities. Not only that, these prisons will often tend to turn formerly "normal" inmates, some not even truly "criminals" when captured, into hostility-expressing sexual deviants as well.
Transcendentalists must be very careful about the psychic tools they are bringing into prisons. It's a bit like seeking out roughly-playing children, and then making sure they have real weapons in their possession. Completely irresponsible behavior, and somebdy should be held liable for the results.
In my opinion, meditating ex-convicts should be monitored all the more closely, as a result of their proven potential to do real harm...”