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HelpStop AnimalAbuse commented on Didge Doo's answer
@Didge-WOW you spend endless months on Blurit then you have the hide to not only kick it in the guts but then try & recruit other Blurit loyal members. If you are too good for Blurit then I suggest that you do all the Blurit family a HUGE favour & close your account immediately. "You … Read more
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HelpStop AnimalAbuse commented on Didge Doo's answer
Some years ago I was asked to lead a study of Psychology Students working on their Phd. The extensive study was to interview 200 convicted Paedophilles & determine the total amount of times that a Paedophille "commits a act of Paedophillo on a child over their life". The results were absolutely disturbing. Before the results … Read more
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HelpStop AnimalAbuse thanked Jaimie JT's answer

An annoying coworker who most likely suffers from multiple personality disorder,  who smells like kitty litter ... And wears weird pants ..  And eats to  much yougart at lunch.   

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HelpStop AnimalAbuse voted up Jaimie JT's answer

An annoying coworker who most likely suffers from multiple personality disorder,  who smells like kitty litter ... And wears weird pants ..  And eats to  much yougart at lunch.   

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HelpStop AnimalAbuse thanked Didge Doo's answer

The salient argument against the death penalty (for any crime) comes from Gandalf Greyhame. He said, "Many live who should have died; some died who should have lived. Are you wise enough to know the difference?"

Juries make mistakes and a person's life should not depend on the skill of lawyers to manipulate inexperienced, unqualified jurors. … Read more

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HelpStop AnimalAbuse voted up Didge Doo's answer

The salient argument against the death penalty (for any crime) comes from Gandalf Greyhame. He said, "Many live who should have died; some died who should have lived. Are you wise enough to know the difference?"

Juries make mistakes and a person's life should not depend on the skill of lawyers to manipulate inexperienced, unqualified jurors. … Read more