Lets just hope The Obama administration doesn't or hasn't fallen into these same traps.
And even if it has? Everybody knows Lord Bonobo is above the laws because... Racism! Hope! Change! And... Yoorop?
I wish he didn't have to leave.
Neither did he. He didn't want to go... Legs, he still got legs, good. Arms, hands, ooh, fingers, lots of fingers. Ears, yes, eyes too. Nose, he had worse. Chin, blimey. Hair... He's a girl! No, no! he's not a girl. he's still not ginger. There's something else, there's something important. he's, he's, he's... Ha! Crashing! Haha! woohoohoo! Ah! Geronimo!
Can we value human life any less?.
Moo-slimes are not human.
HEY! If that guy really is suicidal you are committing a crime, you jerk.
Removing an vile pile of garbage from this fair planet is not a crime.
The ones who didn't follow through on it (almost all of them) did so because they came to their senses and found a reason to continue
No, they simply were too stupid to even commit suicide correctly. You can't even trust a homo nerdo to slice butter the right way. There is no reason for any of that ugly, abhorrent subhuman pestilence to keep on living, they must all be destroyed in order for beauty to thrive. You shall suffer no geek to live: hunt them down without mercy, humiliate and debase them, let them know that the only respite is in non-existence. So it shall be written, so it shall be done.
Since when have we accepted this term into our everyday language?
Since a lot of time. It's OK. Stop whining.
Where is the justice in a "hunt"? Hunting ends with a kill, not with a prosecution.
Nobody fucking cares. That's the way it should be.
Honestly I don't know why we tolerate such dehumanisation.
Why should we care a millifuck what you know or not? If you're ignorant, shit on you. We love the thrill of the hunt and the magic, orgasmic moment when we catch our prey, tear open its throat with our bare teeth and rip its fucking spine out, brandishing it over our head, blood dripping down on us like a crimson shower, bellowing a primal scream of triumph!
"Card readers? We don't need no stinking card readers." -- Peter da Silva (at the National Academy of Sciencies, 1965, in a particularly vivid fantasy)