That may be one of the stupidest things I've ever read. I can infer that you were the victim of a keying in the past, and are using this argument to avoid admitting you created the situation where someone felt justified in doing it. If you didn't create such a situation, and your car was vandalized randomly, you'd be a lot more indignant. If you haven't been keyed at all, then you wouldn't be judging others so definitively for doing it. And if you haven't been keyed, but you came up with this "defective character" thesis ab initio, then that's the case where this becomes one of the stupidest things I've ever read.
Here's the thing: Steve Jobs, tying up handicapped parking spaces at his own company, instead of FILLING THEM WITH HANDICAPPED WORKERS AND ISSUING HIMSELF A SPACE OF HIS OWN, is about the douchiest thing I've ever heard of. I'd fucking FILM myself keying his car, then email it to him. Let him try to collect for the repairs. The Streisand Effect would be the coup de grace in that plot. It's not treating him all that well now, anyway.
You have confirmed that you are a frothing jackass:
1. I have not been the victim of keying but have been with someone who discovered that his car had been keyed for no discernible reason. I am interested in learning how keying cars is beneficial to society. Is it OK if I practice on your car?
2. Combatting a perceived wrong with another wrong is the sign of poor character. Where is the justice in your approach? What is the incentive to act righteously in the future? Also, if you think that using vulgar language and caps lock helps you make your point, you should reconsider. Your rebuttal reads as if written by a ten year old.
3. Not everything is about Steve Jobs. My point is that keying cars is an absolute wrong. Let go of your rage already. Find some outlet and vent in a healthy manner.
4. If my post is truly "one of the stupidest things I've ever read" then I suggest you cut back on your internet forum activity lest you suffer (additional) lasting damage.
5. Please try to have a pleasant day and refrain from raging on somebody's property.