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You'd think after directing all those fantastic films that he would have more wisdom...

But then again, I guess he doesn't need the money...
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It's because we haven't had a war/national dramatic event lately to make everyone feel nice and cohesive. This trend will continue until the next one.

This pattern is actually quite common but no so well documented. In a society, the citizens are always the most polite after (and during) a war-like/dramatic-national event, while the politeness fades linearly downward as people feel less connected to one another. The height of the politeness wave is proportional to the dramatic national event/war.

Consider the times after each of ours. Look at WWII and 9/11 first...
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'Course'n these days if you blow up a dude's car with he or she in it you get charged with assault and battery and destruction of property. Or I guess murder since the guy is dead now... (?)
I hope she made sure there were no witnesses first.. Hmm...
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He ran from police, endangering so many people along the chase, and is a gang member who does not respect the norms of society.

He should have been shot and killed right there on the spot rather that allowed to let the liberal-inspired U.S. justice system suck one ounce of resources from the American taxpayers to pay for ANY judicial logistics regarding this "man."

He was proven guilty when he ran from police and by having such tattoos. Someone could have been killed in the vehicle pursuit. He is a gang member and will Never contribute to society in any way. I don't mind when gang members kill Other fellow gang members, but when someone who has such utter disrespect for society puts well-to-do non-gang civilians at risk, that person deserves no such privileged treatment.

A country is only as strong as its justice system. When that system fails, the country may go under.
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This is also very interesting. I notice I often get accused of being in la-la-land by individuals who are themselves in this so called la-la-land. It's very intriguing to me and presents an interesting situation, because, these people are the ones who are wrong, yet they would swear to anything on this good green earth that it is the other way around.

This is my point exactly. The laws are generated by people with this horrible misconception, that somehow the work I put into birthing a child, rearing he or she, raising it, is somehow not my own anymore. How widespread these kind of laws are point to how prolific these odd views are.

Bless you, my son..
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First of all, let's get one thing straight. It is Not Wrong to sell a child, as long that child is rightfully yours. You have the right to do anything with that child as long as you raised it. This a common matter of confusion for most people I notice, no matter what culture they're from...
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No, no, no. You've got it all wrong! Here is the real way:

they need to do way instain mother> who kill thier babbys. becuse these babby cant frigth back? it was on the news this mroing a mother in ar who had kill her three kids . they are taking the three babby back to new york too lady to rest my pary are with the father who lost his chrilden ; i am truley sorry for your lots
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