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    She tied him up with a dryer cord? And he couldn't get out of it? Those things don't knot well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThatGirl View Post
    She tied him up with a dryer cord? And he couldn't get out of it? Those things don't knot well.
    Do you have experience with kidnap/rape?
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    What the fuck? I mean I can understand a little vigilante justice being used to teach a theif a thing or two about their wrongful actions, but kidnapping and rape? I mean shit, if the individuals in question were switched, with a male store owner and female robber, then thered be serious moral outrage from the local community demanding the rapists blood, yet some people view the act of a woman raping a man as funny? That's sexism. Rape is rape regardless of the victim, or rape isn't a serious offense on the part of the victim; it can't work one way for one gender and another way for the other.

    Granted, I'd worry more for the robbers social reputation; sure he'll probably get less jail time than woman, but the gus in jail are going to know that he was raped by a women, ensuring a complete loss of credibility and possibly social ostracism (read: he's gonna get beat up and raped). Actually in that respect, one could almost view the three days of rape as a punishment not much worse then prison, where someone id held against their will and raped by another individual; only difference is that his ordeal lasted three days while conviction of robbing a store can get someone ten years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThatGirl View Post
    She tied him up with a dryer cord? And he couldn't get out of it? Those things don't knot well.
    Ansir 'Thinking Sentinel' types often respond with skepticism.
    "Everyone has a plan till they get punched in the mouth." Mike Tyson
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    Quote Originally Posted by mal12345 View Post
    Ansir 'Thinking Sentinel' types often respond with skepticism.
    So do people who have worked in a Beauty Salon, like TG.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaguar View Post
    So do people who have worked in a Beauty Salon, like TG.
    What's your Ansir type, by the way?
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    Quote Originally Posted by mal12345 View Post
    What's your Ansir type, by the way?
    Who gives a shit?

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    wow... not cool! had he gone in to rob her and she robbed him instead that would be funny... something about holding someone against thier will and repeatedly raping them just doesn't amuse me
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    It amuses me a great deal. There is something a great deal funnier about a guy being raped than a woman being raped, especially because he was fed viagra and mounted; if he were sodomized it would be a different matter.
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    Quote Originally Posted by whatever View Post
    wow... not cool! had he gone in to rob her and she robbed him instead that would be funny... something about holding someone against thier will and repeatedly raping them just doesn't amuse me
    It's only funny because

    1. He's a robber
    2. He failed at robbing
    3. He probably got roundhouse kicked.
    4. He failed to threaten... only to be threatened.
    5. He turned himself in because of the scenario.

    Who in their right mind would turn themselves in?

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