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16-Year Old Japanese Girl Poisons Mother, Blogs About It  (View post)

Joe Anonymous [PersonRank 0]

Monday, June 19, 2006
18 years ago4,193 views

I think these kinds of stories only

1) give ideas to the mentally unstable

2) provide those driven by a passion for hatred to act, using these kinds of stories as the creation of additonal thinking to "move forward" on their deranged thoughts – but very "real" and "good" thoughts to them

3) are a perfect example of human misuse of freedom of the press – which I support 100% but here's proof positive that printing this kind of dribble has no
benefit to society except those who drench themselves in this kind of gore

4) no reasonable person would spend time to read these stories and if they do, tell me, what motivates their lives, that is, they could spend their time
much more profitably doing things for their own benefit rather than reading
how one person sought to kill another by insidious means (good to know of
these situations to be aware of the innate capacity of the wierd to do these
things – and frighteningly, some of these people pass as "normal, socialized and "good" citizens!

5) what if the same space was used to describe an uplifting, beneficial-to-
mankind kind of article?

Philipp Lenssen [PersonRank 10]

18 years ago #

> 1) give ideas to the mentally unstable

Are you suggesting someone will poison their mother based on this blog post?

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