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Re: Should torture ever be allowed? - didishroom - 04-29-2009

Oh, duh. Thanks. 

I never realized that Fisheaters had so many smile faces related to torture.


:fish: :chainsaw: :romantic: :drowning: :beatup: :villagepeeps:


Re: Should torture ever be allowed? - voxxpopulisuxx - 04-29-2009

(04-29-2009, 09:39 PM)Bonifacius Wrote:
(04-29-2009, 09:07 PM)StrictCatholicGirl Wrote: Again, as I said in an earlier post, these allegories, parables, beatitudes, sermons, examples, etc., are not excuses for the bad behavior of others.


Once again, you beg the question -- we're asking precisely whether torture is always and ever bad behavior. 
Very broad criteria for discussion,
Sitting my teenager down for sincere discussion about his attitude is a form of torture....to him
So I think youll need to define the term a littleore clearly.


Re: Should torture ever be allowed? - Historian - 04-30-2009

(04-29-2009, 11:02 PM)didishroom Wrote: Oh, duh. Thanks. 

I never realized that Fisheaters had so many smile faces related to torture.


:fish: :chainsaw: :romantic: :drowning: :beatup: :villagepeeps:

That last one is inherently evil.


Re: Should torture ever be allowed? - INPEFESS - 04-30-2009

(04-30-2009, 03:25 AM)QuisUtDeus Wrote:
(04-29-2009, 11:02 PM)didishroom Wrote: Oh, duh. Thanks. 

I never realized that Fisheaters had so many smile faces related to torture.


:fish: :chainsaw: :romantic: :drowning: :beatup: :villagepeeps:

That last one is inherently evil.

I never quite understood what the "Village People" were all about. Are those supposed to be their hands? Someone please explain...


Re: Should torture ever be allowed? - didishroom - 04-30-2009

They're doing the "YMCA." You know the song with the hands and the dance?

They were also flaming homosexuals who say other songs like "Macho Man", "San Francisco" and "In the Navy."


Re: Should torture ever be allowed? - INPEFESS - 04-30-2009

(04-30-2009, 08:32 AM)didishroom Wrote: They're doing the "YMCA." You know the song with the hands and the dance?

They were also flaming homosexuals who say other songs like "Macho Man", "San Francisco" and "In the Navy."

Oh. Ok. Well, I'm not sure if I should say "thank you" or not  :).

I guess I need to get out more. I've never even heard of them. Why are they on here if they're supposed to be homosodomites?


Re: Should torture ever be allowed? - WhollyRoaminCatholic - 04-30-2009

edited to delete lame joke.

I miss the "delete" function.  :'(


Re: Should torture ever be allowed? - Historian - 04-30-2009

(04-30-2009, 08:32 AM)didishroom Wrote: They were also flaming homosexuals who say other songs like "Macho Man", "San Francisco" and "In the Navy."

It is suspected that was all a show, and they were actually straight.


Re: Should torture ever be allowed? - INPEFESS - 04-30-2009

(04-30-2009, 10:05 AM)Rosarium Wrote:
(04-30-2009, 08:32 AM)didishroom Wrote: They were also flaming homosexuals who say other songs like "Macho Man", "San Francisco" and "In the Navy."

It is suspected that was all a show, and they were actually straight.

Some show; it's a shame I missed it.


Re: Should torture ever be allowed? - Anastasia - 04-30-2009

:bomb: should now be used for all references to the ticking time bomb scenario, don't you think?
From under my chair, I'd like to pose a question: is prison considered torture? After all, men are confined in a small space for long periods of time, perhaps in solitary confinement, with daily humiliations.