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Old Mar 1st 2005, 8:10 pm
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Originally Posted by rudo1ph
WOW, what a horrible thread. You guys certainly need some lessons in tolerance.

OK, so the kids stole a car - it is wrong to steal, but to wish them dead? Wow, that's harsh. They are kids for goodness sake.

It's a low socio-economic area. Is that their fault? Do they choose this when they are born? Do they get to go to a decent school with the best, and most dedicated teachers? With such a lousy education do they then get to go onto higher education in order to get the better jobs for the future? NO NO NO NO AND NO, with very few exceptions.

Guys please. Have a little respect - there are two families out there who are probably breaking apart right now with grief from loosing the kids they loved.

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I'd like to see how tolerant you'd be if it was your car that had been stolen !
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Old Mar 1st 2005, 8:12 pm
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I'd like to see how tolerant you'd be if it was your car that had been stolen !
Whoi said I was joking

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I'd like to see how tolerant you'd be if it was your car that had been stolen !
Or your kid that had died.
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Old Mar 1st 2005, 9:00 pm
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I'd like to see how tolerant you'd be if it was your car that had been stolen !

OK I'd be pissed, but I certainly wouldn't want to see the cuplrits dead.

Oh - and they can have my hubby's car any day of the week..........
 
Old Mar 1st 2005, 9:09 pm
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Originally Posted by Superior
Apparently, they have now arrested 25 of the vermin. But I bet they'll only end up charging 2 or 3. And they'll probably end up with some good behavior bond os some piss weak sentence.
wow 25 eh?
thats real policing
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Old Mar 1st 2005, 9:24 pm
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wow 25 eh?
thats real policing
I think they are just playing, not wonting to be seen to be tooo tough.

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Old Mar 1st 2005, 9:26 pm
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I think they are just playing, not wonting to be seen to be tooo tough.

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or dont really wanna do the paper work
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Old Mar 1st 2005, 9:31 pm
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I thought kids in Australia were all too busy doing 'outdoor sporty things' to get into any bother.

Or does this count as 'outdoor' activity ?

Perhaps I've been reading too many migration websites

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The root cause of a crime lies in the decision to commit it.
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Old Mar 1st 2005, 10:18 pm
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Originally Posted by Grayling
I thought kids in Australia were all too busy doing 'outdoor sporty things' to get into any bother.

Or does this count as 'outdoor' activity ?

Perhaps I've been reading too many migration websites

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Drag racing and high speed police pursuits could be classified as motor sports
and tossing petrol bombs at police is good practice for bowling in cricket and helps develop the upper arm muscles.

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Old Mar 1st 2005, 10:21 pm
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Drag racing and high speed police pursuits could be classified as motor sports
and tossing petrol bombs at police is good practice for bowling in cricket and helps develop the upper arm muscles.
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Old Mar 2nd 2005, 3:09 am
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You guys are sick.

I am shocked beyond belief.

Time for me to leave the forum I think. If this is the sort of people who hang around here I want nothing more to do with all this.

I shan't bother to reply, so do your worst.
 
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Originally Posted by Superior
So give your hubby's car away then if you don't want it. In the meantime, these vermin need to understand that you don't steal other peoples property. Especially not a $40,000 car!
If they stole my car, I would most certainly want to see them dead.
If they stole your car, wouldn't you be as good as dead first?
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Old Mar 2nd 2005, 4:03 am
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Originally Posted by seang
They call that a riot???


I was watching it on the news in Perth and thinking the same thing.....seen bigger fights outside a council estate pub in Bradford
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Old Mar 2nd 2005, 6:27 am
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Originally Posted by Superior
Get a clue! These people are criminals! C R I M I N A L S!
Whatever the cops do to them, it will be too good for them.
You've got a much higher opinion of the police than I have Superior. If you were to "dob in" a high level drug dealer. You could well find youself at the end of criminal activity from the police themselves.

BTW, Have you always been perfectly behaved 100 pct of the time, I'd wager that a percentage of the people, have never been involved and never again will be involved in this kind of, understandable reaction of anger.

I Guess I could be deemed a "Pinko" however I'm a strong beleiver in people being able to better themselves given guidance rather than punishment.

I bet the above falls on deaf ears/closed eyes.

Have a beer instead "soupy"
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