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Old Today, 11:06 AM
 
Location: Northern Wisconsin
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Yes, I agree there are a lot of people who should be locked up simply because they are a danger to others.
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Old Today, 11:07 AM
 
Location: SGV
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I'll go further:

Chronic lack of or absence of empathy hike others
Being socially isolated in school with no friends
Cruelty to animals
Reclusive behaviour
Angry rants on social media platforms
Preoccupation with guns or violent video games
Quick to anger
Unsbe to talk about feelings

Bad parents probably wouldn't notice these things and may be the cause of many of the issues if abuse or neglect is involved.
Not sharing the last cookie with lil sis: violence!

Goebbels is having a hard-on from the grave if he's reading this thread.
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Old Today, 11:07 AM
 
Location: Bran's tree
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If you cannot control your children and are not willing to be held accountable, donít have them.

There are millions of horrible parents in this country. The blood is on their hands.
Children are not dogs who can be fully "controlled" unless you plan to raise your kids like max security prisoners who have never been exposed to the outside world in any way and have zero privacy.
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Old Today, 11:08 AM
 
Location: SGV
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If the child is paying for it from his money-no. If the parent is-and Junior the loser is still in dad's basement, at a McJob, cut off his internet access via blocking mechanisms.
I want to apply to be the government goon who determines what a "McJob" is/isn't.

Bob, you foot the bill. I take Bitcoin.
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Old Today, 11:08 AM
 
Location: East Midlands, UK
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For some people it can be very easy to hide how they feel. In my case, I actively *try* to show my emotions because if I don't actively try to be over the top with my emotions, friends and family say they can't read me, even people very close to me. Everyone jokes I should get into poker.

Now imagine if another person was like that, but they actively tried to HIDE their emotions. No one would ever know. Not even their parents.
Then surely you try to get outside help for your child? Have them assessed and given extra support at school? The kind of rage that leads to a mass killing doesn't just happen overnight and I believe some people just choose not to see the warning signs until it's too late Or perhaps they really did help create the monster by abusing or neglecting that child?
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Old Today, 11:09 AM
 
Location: SGV
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Children are not dogs who can be fully "controlled" unless you plan to raise your kids like max security prisoners who have never been exposed to the outside world in any way and have zero privacy.
You got a problem with totalitarianism?

I see a re-education camp in your future.
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Old Today, 11:10 AM
 
Location: Bran's tree
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Originally Posted by Crazy-Cat-Lady View Post
I'll go further:

Chronic lack of or absence of empathy hike others
Being socially isolated in school with no friends
Cruelty to animals
Reclusive behaviour
Angry rants on social media platforms
Preoccupation with guns or violent video games
Quick to anger
Unsbe to talk about feelings

Bad parents probably wouldn't notice these things and may be the cause of many of the issues if abuse or neglect is involved.
Several of those are just symptoms of being an introvert (lacking friends, reclusive, not openly talking about feelings).
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Old Today, 11:10 AM
 
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Yes, I agree there are a lot of people who should be locked up simply because they are a danger to others.
Must be that dogie sense of yours that makes you such a good judge of predicting future events before they happen
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Old Today, 11:11 AM
 
Location: SGV
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Great idea, all one needs to do is time travel once they realize that despite all efforts to the contrary, little Billy is a bad egg.
Tax time machines!
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Old Today, 11:11 AM
 
Location: Pennsylvania
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I am talking the type that used to commonly house thousands.

If people like the Wal Mart killer were in one, 20 innocent people would be alive.

There are people that cannot safely walk amongst civilized society.

These hospitals provided a useful option for society to maintain safety for the civilized.
Agree and repped
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