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    Quote Originally Posted by Metamorphosis View Post
    I hate it when people just assume that all prisoners deserve death. Now, if you are talking about say...pedophiles...please continue.
    Of course, I think that the harshness and deadliness of the experiments should depend on the severity of the crime.

    And I think murders are worse than pedophiles...unless the pedophile is also a murderer.

    But why be cruel to an animal that has done nothing wrong?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Uberfuhrer View Post
    Of course, I think that the harshness and deadliness of the experiments should depend on the severity of the crime.

    And I think murders are worse than pedophiles...unless the pedophile is also a murderer.
    You forgot that some prisoners are actually innocent and are proved so, sometimes many years after serving their wrongful sentence. So, unless there is 100% evidence, DNA/whathaveyou, then no experimenting on them!

    I think murderers and pedophiles and rapists are equal. Gut them all before exterminating them!

    I don't really believe in such things, though I sometimes think I do...

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    I remember reading about a scientist (John C. Lilly?) who hooked monkeys' brains up with electrodes and gave them a button that caused them to have an orgasm whenever they pushed it.

    All the monkeys pushed that button until they died.

    I always thought that was a humane and entertaining way to go. (I'm looking at you, capital punishment.)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Metamorphosis View Post
    Ah, but the power of death is the one thing that makes them the government.
    That's not really true. Influence and control come in many forms other than life and death. Funny how I'm a Socialist that doesn't want the government to have the power of death. Guess that makes my beliefs somewhat contradictory by your theory?
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    Quote Originally Posted by DeliriousDisposition View Post
    You forgot that some prisoners are actually innocent and are proved so, sometimes many years after serving their wrongful sentence. So, unless there is 100&#37; evidence, DNA/whathaveyou, then no experimenting on them!
    Then if that happens, then I think the judge should be subject to the same punishment for being a careless asshole.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Magic Poriferan View Post
    I actually favor the policy of executing psychopaths in concept, especially since their brains are actually physically different! Mark of the beast, man.
    damn dude that's fucked up (in my opinion).

    they're people too. if they prove to be unfit to walk the streets, lock em up. no use in killing them. they could still do good for the human race.

    i'm totally against killing anyone. plus, i can empathize with even the worst people that exist.

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    Jurors are to blame too for being sheep.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dissonance View Post
    they're people too. if they prove to be unfit to walk the streets, lock em up. no use in killing them. they could still do good for the human race.
    Experimenting on the prisoners is a very efficient approach that could benefit the rest of humanity way better than experimenting on a non-human animal.

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    Jurors are to blame too for being sheep.
    And lawyers for being greedy lying bastards.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Uberfuhrer View Post
    Experimenting on the prisoners is a very efficient approach that could benefit the rest of humanity way better than experimenting on a non-human animal.
    i'm totally against it. it's basically torture. i think everyone has basic rights, even murderers and rapists.

    it's fucked up for monkeys, too.

    edit: this is where my NF-ness becomes apparent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Magic Poriferan View Post
    I actually favor the policy of executing psychopaths in concept, especially since their brains are actually physically different! Mark of the beast, man.

    But... I'm against the death penatly, even considering that one demographic of people I'd like to kill. It's just too risky giving that power to the government.
    Are you kidding? The psychopaths are the government.
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