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Re: Expensive match.....only costs about a million....

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ShadetreeRet

07-07-2014 22:32:15
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You can't get blood from a turnip, but can sure make the turnip wish you could! How old are these kids? It's true, there is not much chance that they will ever be able or even required to pay for the damage, but they could be made to work for this company for a specified number of hours, (and I don't mean just a week or two). Put them to work busting and re-baling the straw, and they just may get an idea of what it means to have to work your backside off for something and then lose it.

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rrlund

07-08-2014 06:07:56
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 Re: Expensive match.....only costs about a million.... in reply to ShadetreeRet, 07-07-2014 22:32:15  
They'd stand around skrewing off,trying to break things until you got so frustrated you'd tell them to hit the road,guaranteed.



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ShadetreeRet

07-08-2014 23:18:51
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 Re: Expensive match.....only costs about a million.... in reply to rrlund, 07-08-2014 06:07:56  
Randy, I understand what you are saying. What I meant in my original statement was if a judge had the bells to order them to work under strict supervision. Otherwise, I would be in trouble, because if they started messing up I would beat the crap out of every one of them!



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jennifer408

07-07-2014 23:21:24
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 Re: Expensive match.....only costs about a million.... in reply to ShadetreeRet, 07-07-2014 22:32:15  
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yea, but that would be cruel an unusual punishment. just like the poor folks on death roe. never mind the fact that they beat,raped and killed someones dottir in a very violent way.
to let the poor sap get beat,raped and killed so at least they might have an understanding of why that was not a very good way to go about life doesn't seem cruel to me. just saying

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John in La

07-08-2014 17:37:59
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 Re: Expensive match.....only costs about a million.... in reply to jennifer408, 07-07-2014 23:21:24  
Heck no A/C is cruel and unusual punishment for death row inmates according to this federal judge.



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gwstang

07-08-2014 18:30:28
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 Re: Expensive match.....only costs about a million.... in reply to John in La, 07-08-2014 17:37:59  
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Say What? Guess it's ok for inmates but not too hard on our brave men/women serving in desert climates? They live in hard conditions...so should the inmates. Didn't sheriff Joe start making them live in tents and tougher conditions?



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kickinbull

07-08-2014 04:37:02
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 Re: Expensive match.....only costs about a million.... in reply to jennifer408, 07-07-2014 23:21:24  
And eye for an eye...... take everything, every last thing those kids call theirs, and burn it!.Then make them work as suggested.



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