Discussion in 'Current Events' started by stevethrower, Mar 19, 2013.
People are odd.
That being said, I'd stick it in Knight Maiden's dumper.
A little thin for my tastes... wouldn't turn it down though...
Knock out all her teeths and its gum job heaven.
Batman wouldn't have quit.
Both should be sterilized. The world doesn't need any more water heads.
HBO did a documentary on these guys who dress up like that.... One gay guy even dressed up in over the top queer clothes and tried to get people to fag bash him so they had a crime to stop.
I'd hit both of them.
Her in the butt and him with a 2x4 over the head.
You're right, he would have faked his own death and then taken that lovely young lass to a cafe in Paris.
I really hope their kid turns out to be a super villain.
didn't anybody learn anything from Kick Ass?
you gotta be armed.
Ya but guns and knives are banned in England... well pretty much any defensive/offensive weapon...
Better not hit anyone with it or you will get charged....
From this article:
Farm tenant arrested after burglars shot was 'plagued by break-ins'
- Yesterday the businessman and his wife were arrested on suspicion of causing grievous bodily harm. Four men, understood to be the suspected burglars, were also arrested.
- The case will reignite the debate over a householder’s right to defend his property, which began in the late 1990s after the farmer Tony Martin shot two burglars at his remote Norfolk home. In 1999, Martin fired at Brendan Fearon, 29, and Fred Barras, 16, after they broke into the house in Emneth Hungate.
Three shots were fired, Barras was hit in the back and despite escaping through a window died moments later. Martin was convicted of murder and jailed for life, which was reduced on appeal to manslaughter and five years’ jail.
- In 2009, the millionaire businessman Munir Hussain fought back with a metal pole and a cricket bat against a knife-wielding burglar who tied up his family at their home in Buckinghamshire. Hussain was jailed for two and a half years, despite his attacker being spared prison.
- Last year, Peter Flanagan, 59, who fatally stabbed a burglar armed with a machete at his home in Salford, Great Manchester, escaped prosecution after the Crown Prosecution Service ruled that he was acting in self defence.
Once they make you a sissy, it's hard to restore your once fine reputation.
It's what they want here too.
I would beat up his girlfriends cervix.
Rule of thumb: You're not a superhero if you have to hand over your lunch money.