ARGYRISM

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starwhalesandfogfish:

teachytv:

10 years ago today, Ebony Dark’ness Dementia Raven Way went back in time to sedouce Volxemort and protect all of us from his evil plans

reblog this post to honor Enoby’s brave sacrifice, ignore if you’re a prep or a poser

ILU EBBYBY

I cry every tiem

cracked:

Nine seconds. That’s all it takes to convince me that there are people worth dying for in this world. And I would die for whoever noticed that dog in their Sims game, set up the in-game camera to capture just the sidewalk, filmed it flop-walking across the screen, and set it all to the perfect soundtrack. It’s so perfectly executed, it almost makes me angry, knowing I’ll never be able to create something that funny in that short of a time span.

The 10 Best Pieces of Comedy Genius Hiding on YouTube, Pt. 9

Perfection

stfubelievers:

"Because getting an education and supporting your family is wrong. You should starve in the street so you can go to heaven."
Wow. “Degrees just mean you are further indoctrinated into satans system” might be my favorite quote of the blog. 
(Thanks MJ)

stfubelievers:

"Because getting an education and supporting your family is wrong. You should starve in the street so you can go to heaven."

Wow. “Degrees just mean you are further indoctrinated into satans system” might be my favorite quote of the blog. 

(Thanks MJ)

starwhalesandfogfish:

argyrism:

starwhalesandfogfish:

lordandgodoftheobvious:

starwhalesandfogfish:

descentintotyranny:

"Cannibal Cop" Freed after Conviction Overturned
July 2 2014

A New York City police officer imprisoned for plotting to kidnap and cannibalize women has had his conviction overturned. Gilberto Valle became known as the “cannibal cop” after it emerged he had openly fantasized about eating women in online posts and had searched for recipes for cooking human flesh and for making homemade chloroform to subdue victims. But on Tuesday, a district judge ruled Valle’s posts amounted to “fantasy role play,” not an actual crime. Valle made a brief statement outside the courtroom.

Gilberto Valle: “I’d like to make a very, very brief statement. I want to take this opportunity to apologize to everyone who has been hurt, shocked and offended by my infantile actions.”

The judge in the case upheld a lesser charge of improperly accessing a police database to find potential victims, but it carries a term shorter than the 18 months Valle spent behind bars.


Ohhh hell no

Well that’s…disconcerting…
But alas, our criminal justice system is reactive in nature—we cannot be putting people in prison for what they might do. Hopefully, though, the fact that this information is public means that he’s not going to do anything about his fantasies, figuring it’ll be just too easy to finger him as a suspect if nothing else. One can dream, at any rate.

But I thought that planning harm was illegal? Or was that only for treasonous activities?

Planning harm has to be more direct to be illegal. It’d need to be “I am going to do this thing” rather than “I’d like to do this thing”

But he was negotiating prices for kidnappings. How is that not saying “yep this is gonna happen right here”?

True. I guess the government has low standards for this kind of thing unless it involves the president or something
(I will never forget the time Lowtax got in trouble with the secret service because people on the forums were “ironically” saying they wanted to assassinate Obama)

starwhalesandfogfish:

argyrism:

starwhalesandfogfish:

lordandgodoftheobvious:

starwhalesandfogfish:

descentintotyranny:

"Cannibal Cop" Freed after Conviction Overturned

July 2 2014

A New York City police officer imprisoned for plotting to kidnap and cannibalize women has had his conviction overturned. Gilberto Valle became known as the “cannibal cop” after it emerged he had openly fantasized about eating women in online posts and had searched for recipes for cooking human flesh and for making homemade chloroform to subdue victims. But on Tuesday, a district judge ruled Valle’s posts amounted to “fantasy role play,” not an actual crime. Valle made a brief statement outside the courtroom.

Gilberto Valle: “I’d like to make a very, very brief statement. I want to take this opportunity to apologize to everyone who has been hurt, shocked and offended by my infantile actions.”

The judge in the case upheld a lesser charge of improperly accessing a police database to find potential victims, but it carries a term shorter than the 18 months Valle spent behind bars.

Ohhh hell no

Well that’s…disconcerting…

But alas, our criminal justice system is reactive in nature—we cannot be putting people in prison for what they might do. Hopefully, though, the fact that this information is public means that he’s not going to do anything about his fantasies, figuring it’ll be just too easy to finger him as a suspect if nothing else. One can dream, at any rate.

But I thought that planning harm was illegal? Or was that only for treasonous activities?

Planning harm has to be more direct to be illegal. It’d need to be “I am going to do this thing” rather than “I’d like to do this thing”

But he was negotiating prices for kidnappings. How is that not saying “yep this is gonna happen right here”?

True. I guess the government has low standards for this kind of thing unless it involves the president or something

(I will never forget the time Lowtax got in trouble with the secret service because people on the forums were “ironically” saying they wanted to assassinate Obama)

starwhalesandfogfish:

lordandgodoftheobvious:

starwhalesandfogfish:

descentintotyranny:

"Cannibal Cop" Freed after Conviction Overturned
July 2 2014

A New York City police officer imprisoned for plotting to kidnap and cannibalize women has had his conviction overturned. Gilberto Valle became known as the “cannibal cop” after it emerged he had openly fantasized about eating women in online posts and had searched for recipes for cooking human flesh and for making homemade chloroform to subdue victims. But on Tuesday, a district judge ruled Valle’s posts amounted to “fantasy role play,” not an actual crime. Valle made a brief statement outside the courtroom.

Gilberto Valle: “I’d like to make a very, very brief statement. I want to take this opportunity to apologize to everyone who has been hurt, shocked and offended by my infantile actions.”

The judge in the case upheld a lesser charge of improperly accessing a police database to find potential victims, but it carries a term shorter than the 18 months Valle spent behind bars.


Ohhh hell no

Well that’s…disconcerting…
But alas, our criminal justice system is reactive in nature—we cannot be putting people in prison for what they might do. Hopefully, though, the fact that this information is public means that he’s not going to do anything about his fantasies, figuring it’ll be just too easy to finger him as a suspect if nothing else. One can dream, at any rate.

But I thought that planning harm was illegal? Or was that only for treasonous activities?

Planning harm has to be more direct to be illegal. It’d need to be “I am going to do this thing” rather than “I’d like to do this thing”

starwhalesandfogfish:

lordandgodoftheobvious:

starwhalesandfogfish:

descentintotyranny:

"Cannibal Cop" Freed after Conviction Overturned

July 2 2014

A New York City police officer imprisoned for plotting to kidnap and cannibalize women has had his conviction overturned. Gilberto Valle became known as the “cannibal cop” after it emerged he had openly fantasized about eating women in online posts and had searched for recipes for cooking human flesh and for making homemade chloroform to subdue victims. But on Tuesday, a district judge ruled Valle’s posts amounted to “fantasy role play,” not an actual crime. Valle made a brief statement outside the courtroom.

Gilberto Valle: “I’d like to make a very, very brief statement. I want to take this opportunity to apologize to everyone who has been hurt, shocked and offended by my infantile actions.”

The judge in the case upheld a lesser charge of improperly accessing a police database to find potential victims, but it carries a term shorter than the 18 months Valle spent behind bars.

Ohhh hell no

Well that’s…disconcerting…

But alas, our criminal justice system is reactive in nature—we cannot be putting people in prison for what they might do. Hopefully, though, the fact that this information is public means that he’s not going to do anything about his fantasies, figuring it’ll be just too easy to finger him as a suspect if nothing else. One can dream, at any rate.

But I thought that planning harm was illegal? Or was that only for treasonous activities?

Planning harm has to be more direct to be illegal. It’d need to be “I am going to do this thing” rather than “I’d like to do this thing”