where there is an evil will, there's a way

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    Husband dies after wife allegedly poisons him with eye drops, police say

    ban eye drops?

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    Ban wives?
  • TheDredPriateRoberts
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    no, I love mine :)

    being the reactive society we are, we must blame and ban the inanimate object until they are all gone.
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    Ban bans.
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    Ah, OK. Ban poisons.
  • TheDredPriateRoberts
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    technically they are, though there are many government approved poisons, just look how much roundup is acceptable in our food and until recently arsenic, though one form is still permitted by the f.d.a.
  • ethang5
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    Well, are the police inanimate? If not, then I don't know what else the liberals could ban.

    WAIT!!!

    Ban eyes!
  • TheDredPriateRoberts
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    lol don't give them any idea, I want to see someone try to make an argument that she wasn't mentally unstable.  What happened to addressing mental illness?  How many decades do we have to rehash the same things before someone actually takes action?
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    Welp, I had no idea the stuff I was squirting into my eyes "can induce comas, stop breathing, blur vision and cause seizures". Kinda disturbing to think I've been putting that on my eyeballs. The Visine bottle is already teeny tiny and I couldn't be arsed to read the even teenier tinier print of the warning.
  • TheDredPriateRoberts
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    fear not, it's government cleared and approved, what could go wrong?

461 days later

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    Does that include a ban on murder?  I think murder should be banned.
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    Does that include a ban on murder?  I think murder should be banned.
    "murder" is subjectively applied definition.

    Killing is not. Those who not grasp degrees of considderation, circumstances etc are narrow minded.

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    It's only illegal if you get caught.
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    An act or decision is what it is and does not necessarily imply mental instability.

    What If all errors of judgement were regarded as mentally unstable?
  • TheDredPriateRoberts
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    this thread is over a year old, I have no idea what it was about or what I was saying.
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    ban everyting
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    r/woooosh
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    Short term memory loss.

    How old are you?

    Could be a worrying development.
  • TheDredPriateRoberts
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    how about it's not a priority and I have better things to think about?  you just aren't as important as you think you are.
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    Chimps have better short term memory ---LINK--- than humans. Likely because of need to find food they hid here or there.

    Where there exists a will, there exists a way.

    Necessity is the mother of invention.  My mother had a few of these good sayings, that apparently was once common place, as she was a common woman of her times. 

    What good teachings, morals and spirituality do we pass on to our progeny?
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    Golden Rule Variations

    The golden rule --do unto others as you would have them doonto you---- has
    a common variation in many countries and religions. I wondered if there
    were any other rules with such commonality e.g,

    Is there a silver rule also? "Seek fair and just resolution with
    compassion and empathy for those who violate the laws and moral codes of
    humanity or its distinct tribes. "

    Perhaps a wooden rule? Forgiveness by God is instantaneous, forgiveness
    by humans takes time.

    Or the bone rule? Eye for eye and toothe for a tooth. [im not sure if
    any animals other than humans practice this concept]

    Molecular rule? "Share not with your cousin what you would not have
    them share with you."

    Quantum rule? "Know that the uncertainty of mind, being common to all
    humans, does not neccessitate chaos."

    Space-time Rule? ---Pee-Here-Now is rendition of Ram Dass’sBe Here Now


  • zedvictor4
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    Haha.

    The pot calling the kettle black, as the expression goes.

    I respond to forum posts and so do you irrespective of the fact that you have better things to think about.

    See if you can resist responding again.