Why kill our pets????

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GCG (March 30, 2010, 17:25:28 PM):



i think, too, that the colonists, had a big piece to pay for the shit we are in at the moment. obviously, enslaving the native peoples, treating them like absolute animals.
Ironically, these approaches were largely motivated by and justified on religious principles.

'Luthon64

in that regard, i dont even have to think hard about. once again, religion is the root of all evil.
Watookal (March 31, 2010, 11:47:38 AM):
Two step is more effective than sleeping pills, aside from it being for sale for R5 a bag on the corner of streets (from those guys that sell loose cigarettes and sweets), it also gives you the advantage of getting rid of a dog on a Monday when you plan to rob the house on the next Friday. Don't get me wrong, it makes me sick to think that a human is possible of doing a thing like this; but with the Easter Weekend affirmative shopping peroid around the corner it is expected that we'll see an increase in poisonings. Replacing a big dog is also problematic. Replace it with an adult dog you don't know, and it might bite your children; replace it with a puppy and you have to wait a year before you have a big dog again. So the poison is such an effective tool that it will take something very extraordinary to stop it from being used. Maybe try to buy it, and then force the seler to eat it?

I did a bit of reseach a while ago about the influence of unemployment in crime with the hope to use it as my main motivation for starting an open source contracting team in our company; and concluded to my dismay that the main reason for crime is inequality, and not unemployment.
GCG (March 31, 2010, 12:01:15 PM):
inequality with regards to white/black, to educated/uneducated, local/foreigner?
Watookal (March 31, 2010, 12:57:55 PM):
Inequality between previously disadvantaged people, and the rest. My research was definately biased since i aimed to prove that if you take the licensing budget of a big company and use it to employ matriculants (only PDIs) whom you then train to support open source software (since you don't pay for licenses anymore) you will create jobs and move SA to a position where we can export skilled resources. Where I work we currently "import" software developers from India to do most of our work. I did not look at rehabilitating the dog killers, rapists or politicians; just to take the guys whos career choice will probably be crime; and give them an alternative before they realise how well crime pays.
Spike (March 31, 2010, 21:17:37 PM):
A very interesting topic. Would you mind sharing some of your work?

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