View Full Version : Does Death Penalty Save Lives? A New Debate

21-11-2007, 13:53:03
I think no. Discos!

C.G.B. Spender
21-11-2007, 13:54:35
Why not!

21-11-2007, 13:56:50
Disco Inferno!

21-11-2007, 14:05:14
Of course it does!

Think of those poor lives wasted doing life.

This way we’re saving them by rescuing them from a lifetime of boredom and wanking in the corner of their cells…

C.G.B. Spender
21-11-2007, 14:07:10
Are you serious?

21-11-2007, 14:12:46
Seriously serious

21-11-2007, 14:26:49
In answer to the OP I would have to say, yes and no.

C.G.B. Spender
21-11-2007, 14:31:15
or vice versa

21-11-2007, 15:28:18
Originally posted by C.G.B. Spender
Are you serious?

OK, I suppose the wanking isn’t pointless…

21-11-2007, 22:02:34
It only saves lives if everyone is free to carry a gun.

21-11-2007, 23:21:51
No it doesn't, but I still support it because I'm pro-death to everyone.

Frozen Frog
21-11-2007, 23:22:01
Wanking kills millions

Greg W
21-11-2007, 23:26:53
Originally posted by MOBIUS
This way we’re saving them by rescuing them from a lifetime of boredom and wanking in the corner of their cells… And don't forget the :brwncard:

22-11-2007, 09:24:23
Due to the convincing arguments in this thread, I've changed my mind.

I now thing it's mostly no, but sometimes yes.

22-11-2007, 09:31:16
I would like to see the penalty of death. Where the goalie gets his head blown off by the ball. I think Johan Neeskens came close, back in the seventies.

Resource Consumer
22-11-2007, 19:44:11
laws don't kill people, executioners do

22-11-2007, 21:17:22
What if the executioner is a law unto themselves?

23-11-2007, 01:05:37
For those that say that asks who's going to kill the person that does the execution, the answer is simple: Hire suicidal people to do it.

23-11-2007, 06:06:46
You mean suidical like Hitler?

23-11-2007, 06:07:40
Emo kids

23-11-2007, 06:16:04
Sod mike

23-11-2007, 11:07:33
Is Suicidal Like Hitler an Emo band?

23-11-2007, 12:15:50
Does Death Penalty Save Lives?
not the lives of thoses executed, so I would have to say technically, no

Greg W
23-11-2007, 13:23:13
Well, you have to consider how much that person would have consumed in their remaining lifetime, and whether that could have saved the lives of 4 african children if it were redistributed efficiently. If so, and if it is actually redistributed, then yes.