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trayvan martin

Discussion in 'Politics' started by UncleBuck, Mar 21, 2012.


    Doer Well-Known Member

    for there is still hope for them... :)
    Eye of Horus

    Eye of Horus Active Member

    That just makes you gay
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    greenlikemoney Well-Known Member

    I'm a card carrying, concealed weapons holder, I'd have put a cap in his ass.

    UncleBuck Well-Known Member

    actually, those moving expenses would be quite the massive deduction. i don't see how a massive deduction on my taxes like that could count as a hinderance.

    but then again, you are hopelessly dumb.

    UncleBuck Well-Known Member

    ignoring the fact that martin was 17 and not eligible for the same, are you saying that if he was able to carry, he would have been justified in dispatching his unidentified follower if he feared for his life?

    because if so, then we agree.

    it seems that we also agree that being followed in the dark by an unidentified stranger like that is sufficient grounds to fear for your life and or great bodily harm.

    seems to me that zimmy is just lucky that martin was the age he happened to be and not carrying, since SYG applied more to him for being followed then to zimmerman for following like a fucking creep.

    WORDZofWORDZCRAFT Active Member

    but its fair for zimmerman to assume trayvan had a gun look at how he was dressed like a thug

    BigNBushy Well-Known Member

    What I've been trying to get across to you is that the actions of both men lead to fear in the other.

    Under such circumstances both were within their rights to fight, or flee.

    Martin could have avoided his own death with a little common sense, and Zimmerman could have avoided his ass kicking with a little less zeal.

    It's a case where either man could have shot the other and not been guilty of murder.

    twostrokenut Well-Known Member

    would be.
    would be if not for what circumstance?

    not paying taxes allowed you to save your capital and invest all of your earnings into your endeavors...you flail around this simple fact and proclaim the messenger is a dum dum head.

    so this hypothetical massive deduction would have put you up from just keeping all the earnings...riiiiiiiiiight.

    why wax hypothetical? is it because you are a closet limited goverment conservative by practice...it is until your actions change.

    buck up now it will be funny.
    Eye of Horus

    Eye of Horus Active Member

    So lets just shoot everyone who sags their pants and has a mountain dew in their hair?
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    BigNBushy Well-Known Member

    God teeth also, and dreads...
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    a senile fungus

    a senile fungus Active Member

    I live in the hood and have taken walks at night. Am I at risk?

    Sent from my Nexus 5 using Rollitup mobile app
    Eye of Horus

    Eye of Horus Active Member

    Your what we consider "already dead"
    desert dude

    desert dude Well-Known Member

    I answered the question, thug apologist.


    killemsoftly Well-Known Member

    btw, who is tryvan martin

    UncleBuck Well-Known Member

    no you didn't, you cowardly racist.

    UncleBuck Well-Known Member

    it's OK that you are too cowardly to answer a big, scary question though, desertrat. even your white supremacist pal bignbushy and your racist pal greenlikemoney have conceded that if they were followed in the same manner that zimerman followed martin, lethal force would be justifiable as they'd be in fear for their life or great bodily harm.

    i guess you are just too cowardly to admit that blacks have rights too.

    Harrekin Well-Known Member

    I heard it wasn't skittles and mountain dew at all, but grape soda and watermelon, but the mainstream media was afraid it was too racist to report on.
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    desert dude

    desert dude Well-Known Member

    Skylard, I don't expect you to actually know what you are talking about, so I will be gentle. Serino, the detective investigating the whole incident stated that Zimmerman's injuries were "moderately life threatening". The medical personnel who testified at the trial stated that Zimmerman's injuries were potentially life threatening.

    If you want to let a thug bash your brains out on the sidewalk then by all means have at it. A stroll down Sanford's streets at night will probably let you test your skull's durability. The world needs fewer dumb progressives.

    Pro tip: length of cut is not equal to depth of cut.
    desert dude

    desert dude Well-Known Member

    I don't play rhetorical games with propagandists. I find it humorous that you are still arguing the same played out points that the prosecution publicly humiliated themselves with.

    The jury concluded that Zimmerman acted in self defense. Martin's death is Martin's fault. Sometimes, rarely because thugs usually have the element of surprise, violent criminals end up dead because of their own violent actions. Civilized people applaud when that happens.

    UncleBuck Well-Known Member

    that was in the interview to try to get him to talk, dumbass. want to remind us what he said on the stand about those tiny scratches?


    first of all, uncleben already told us what you guys mean when you talk about thugs.

    second of all, if you don't want to be accosted in sanford florida, it might be a good idea to shoot dead any unidentified stranger who follwos you in his truck and then chases you on foot. it's just too bad martin did not have a gun on him, otherwise he may have been able to justifiably shoot his attacker dead.

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