Bullet. The executioner would do this one for free. What can we learn from this guy being alive?LeeToRainesToRoach said:Announced today that Sean Price is seeking to appeal his sentence. Bolsters the argument for the death penalty.
Agree, we shouldn’t have to hear about people like Price. It’s like continually picking off a scab that never heals.MD Jazz said:I think they should have a penalty system in place for released prisoners. Those responsible for their release should be subject to penalties should the released prisoners reoffend. They may be more circumspect in their decision making.
Yeah I'm kidding about the "bizarre". Southeast Asians are genuinely warm and hospitable people and the Indos are no exception.glantone said:That's not bizarre at all, Thais are the same. They can do that because they're not politically correct. They're just being naturally nice. Unpoliticized. Why wouldn't anyone of any religion wish another person of whatever religion well on their special day? Cost nothing.
We are actually going to lay down and let aggressors (Communists, ISIS) annihilate us.Panthera Tigris said:According to the APA, boys and men are at risk of suffering from traditional masculinity which is on the whole unhealthy. Turns out, the traditional masculinity that drives many of us men to be confident, assertive, adventurous, stoic, and willing to take risks for our goals, the people we love, and sometimes even complete strangers are bad for us and society.
Hmm, seems fair enough.Panthera Tigris said:Sex, the EWG says, “is usually assigned at birth.” No. Sex is established during gestation according to chromosomal development. Sex is observed at birth, not assigned.
I disagree, gender is a societal construct, we assign gender roles and this happens very early on. We link these gender roles to biological sex but gender is not biological, it is cultural. What makes someone masculine (the gender role assigned to Men)? Well we can look at a cliche, who wears the trousers? Well not the soldiers out the front of the Greek parliament, and I think they're pretty masculine. The point is that masculine and feminine roles come in a variety of shapes and sizes and are only one part of any person's identity. Identity has many aspects and has societal context, and power implications too.Panthera Tigris said:Gender, the EWG says, “is not inherently connected to one’s physical anatomy.” No. Sex and gender are connected for 99% of humanity, and therefore “inherent” by normal metrics.