Very disturbing hate crime video

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You could never be stupid, Dominic.

Zenzoe
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Uh-huh. That and every child in the nation has equal opportunity education in the premier educational system in the world. An environment where everyone has the same rights from cradle to grave and where race, wealth or privilage has no bearing on how far one can advance. It is a system which proves that women are more intelligent than men by a considerable margin as 65% of university graduates in such an egalitarian society are women, which makes women much more relevant to society than men. It is men dominated societies which gives us criminal capitalism and such obnoxious religious regimes which treat women as property that can be beaten according to law if they happen to dress in a way that does not conform to the male's wish not to be rated according to the attractiveness of the spouse they own.

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It is a banner which tells a tale of a just society that is far superior to any other on the planet and also far superior than any other that has occurred in history. It is a testament to the wisdom and foresight of leaders who value moral development over all other traits, and it is the only future that history will allow.

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jmacneil
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Quote Zenzoe:

You could never be stupid, Dominic.

Thaks Zen :).

Maybe 'naive' was the correct term lol.

Dominic C
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Here are updates on this story from The Baltimore Sun web site:

California blogger on Parsons arrest: I feel bad for him

Parsons' bail reduced in Baltimore videotaped robbery case

miksilvr
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Jul. 7, 2011 12:13 pm

OK here is YOUR post Rigel.

You keep telling me to be specific so we can't get any more specific than this.

Your original statement has a critical fallacy of omission in it.

The ball is in your court to defend your original assertion posed.

Dominic C
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Quote Dominic C:

OK here is YOUR post Rigel.

You keep telling me to be specific so we can't get any more specific than this.

Your original statement has a critical fallacy of omission in it.

The ball is in your court to defend your original assertion posed.

I have re read my post and I have not disovered any errors.

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rigel1
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