This Week In News That Makes You Doubt Your Committment To Humanity

Rambo

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But that proves rather messy and is bad for moral. The drop when carried out by a master executioner, such as Pierrepoint is the way to go. Quick and clean with no excess waiting time.
moral? what the fuck are you talking about? this isn't the army. you ever see how americans carry out executions? its in a hermetically sealed room with a glass window where a bunch of soulless fucks watch a man slowly die. this is sadism, nothing more.
 

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moral? what the fuck are you talking about? this isn't the army. you ever see how americans carry out executions? its in a hermetically sealed room with a glass window where a bunch of soulless fucks watch a man slowly die. this is sadism, nothing more.
Oh, I ment morale, not moral.
 

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Turpin captivity case: Children forgive parents for torture

"The victims were forbidden to shower more than once a year, were unable to use the toilet and none of them had ever seen a dentist."

I assume the Las Vegas and Disneyland trips were day trips. Otherwise I feel sorry for the people who stayed in the hotel rooms after a band of kids who didn't know how to use the toilet or shower more than once a year occupied it.
 

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That woman who went to Morocco with her and picked up her tab is absolutely daft.
She wrote about the experience in Vanity Fair - it's actually an interesting read:

https://www.vanityfair.com/news/2018/04/my-misadventure-with-the-magician-of-manhattan

I do wonder what Sorokin/Delvey thought would happen in the end. She obviously put quite a bit of thought/effort into her fake identity, so did she think that would be sufficient to pull off a multi-million dollar scam to start a "foundation"? Or was she living in the moment?
 
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