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Thread: Could we count this as a study into deturing criminals

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    Posted by cachemerc
    October 10, 2009, 8:11AM
    jim needs to carry a gun in his store. this is his 3rd robbery. go to k-jake on page acroos from manards the clerk open carrys and lets everyone know it



    this was on m-live

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    Where's the link?

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    Where's the BEEF? he he he he !!!!!!

    More people carrying means less criminals ! watcha think?

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    Why do we need to perform "de-turing" on criminals?



    Will they become non-criminal if we take that turing machine from them?
    "Those who would give up essential liberty to purchase a little temporary safety deserve neither liberty nor safety." Benjamin Franklin

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    The use of force is a last resort. One aspect of violence is that it is unpredictable. Although your initial intention may be to use limited force, once you have engaged in violence the consequences are unpredictable. Violence always brings about unexpected results and almost always provokes retaliation.

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