Re: whats the best virus protection
- From: "Shane" <shanebeatson@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 04 Nov 2005 13:44:08 GMT
"Art" <null@xxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
> On Fri, 04 Nov 2005 08:44:42 GMT, "Shane" <shanebeatson@xxxxxxxxx>
>>If you think killing the insane is justifiable, don't you end up killing
>>untreatable mental patients, all legally-defined imbeciles?
> Of course not. Only hopeless and very dangerous psychopaths.
But it comes down to somebody's judgement. And so many have been shown
likely in error.
>>> None of this has anything to do, though, with your strange notions
>>> of taking the law into your own hands.
>>Yeah, funny that. I don't know whether you mean it or you're pulling my
> You flat out stated in the beginning that you do or would take the law
> into your own hands.
Okay. So you mean it. It wasn't an evasion, I never have nor ever will deny
what I said.
>>I trust very few politicians and very few police officers, lawyers or
>> I think the mindset of people who enter these professions is very
>>limited. A few want to help their fellow man, but most just want to tell
>>rest of us what to do. Such people are rarely well-rounded individuals,
>>indeed are usually authoritarian hypocrites with black-and-white views in
>>world of grey. They ruin people's lives for no good reason. I'll fight for
>>democracy, but they cheapen it.
>>I also believe that if you want something done properly you have to do it
> See what I mean? You keep on making excuses for taking the law into
> your own hands ... or that's the way it appears to me. You could clear
> up the question with a simple yes or no. In any event, I'll not be
> responding or continuing this off topic stuff.
Excuses, Art? They're reasons. You expressed apparent disbelief that I could
be prepared to take the law into my own hands. I've given you some reasons.
I could write reams on it. I can understand why you should disagree with me,
but not why you should fail to appreciate I've given reasons. There are many
people in the world who feel approximately as I do. There are many officers
of the law who would understand. These are the kind of reasons argued about
in Philosophy classes. Sure, people end up disagreeing - hopefully
amicably - if not they don't belong in a philosophy class!
The reason I do not take the law into my own hands as a matter of course is
because I'm educated. I'm considerate enough not to do always exactly as I
want, rather than what's for the good of the nation, or humanity in general.
I have thought very deeply on matters of Law, of Civilisation.
But I'll say this to your president, our prime minister, our queen, kofi
anan, nelson mandela, the local chief of police, whoever - and you can tell
them where to look if you want: if someone hurts a member of my family, I
will hurt that someone considerably more.
I do not expect them to agree but I do expect them to understand, perhaps
even some grudging respect. If I don't get it, fine.
> Hope you're recovering from your injuries ok.
Thanks, Art. Getting treatment for DVT now. Seems I almost died, though it
feels like just another day to me!
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