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Maybe it was really Goober or Gomer that took Barney's car out to the fillin' station to service it. Call Aunt Bea, She'll come and pick you up.
Let's see. A County Sheriff who leaves his keys in an unattended car. On 9th St. I'm pretty sure that is something that they teach on the first day of police academy. It could happen to anyone that hasn't seen public service announcements warning about just that. They have been put out for, oh, 40 or 50 years. A Sheriff should know better. What's next, "oh, I put my gun down when I got out and talked to a friend, and now I can't find it". It really is difficult to put it in park and pull out the keys. Barney, ask Howard the barber. He'll show how to do it.
Really? Alienating idiots who leave their car unattended with the keys in it? What a loss! These people should expect it.
There are procedures in place to keep these assaults from happening. The counties and state are proactive in their approaches, but they can't babysit these offenders 24 hours a day. Many of these people are in jail and prison because they are predators and enjoy the power and degradation these acts provide. They are there for a reason. The bottom line is, if you don't want these things to happen, don't do the things that get you there. By the way, the rapist is a predator too. He didn't seem to give a rats ass about his victims. This may be a wake up call. I hope this gives him pause for thought, and he doesn't receive a dime.
Wait...You call yourself VampireNinja and use skull and crossbones as your avatar, and you call other people's comments crazy? Wow.
No, but use a new tack. The "Gee, now we should outlaw 59 DeSotos, because my brother-in-law was killed by one" retort is unimaginative, and lame.
Really. get a new concept. Everytime someone disagrees with the NRA, some one comes up with the stupid "well, maybe, we should outlaw (knives, hammers, pencil sharpeners, milk jugs, c-clamps, anvils) comment. get some imagination. come up with something new.
And perhaps your right to reply to someone whose right to free speech allows him to speak his mind. Take away Large's free speech, and say goodbye to yours.
Maybe if Lockett hadn't done the crime, none of this would have happened. Karma is sometimes a bitter pill to swallow. Barretta said it best: Don't do the crime if you can't do the time.
They'll offer a quick and dirty plea agreement if it means a new trial. The Keystone Prosecutors are deathly allergic to courtrooms and will probably will plead it down to disturbing the peace. Meanwhile a murderer will walk on a silly technicality that is laughably stupid.
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