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    Vengeance

    Philosophical perhaps?
    When I was a tech in UK, my immediate boss’s daughter was raped and murdered. He told me it was pointless seeking vengeance..Would not bring her back.
    Me… very paranoid every time my ’reason for living’ takes off on her motorbike until her see her smile coming up our road.
    So if, for ANY reason someone took her life or harmed her in any way I WOULD seek revenge…tied over an ant hill covered in oil and honey comes to mind… Same applies to her kids and mine .
    What would YOU do if you lost a wife/ child/loved one or they were harmed by the action of someone else???

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    My friends daughter was ran over and killed by a drunk driver 3 years ago.
    He went through the whole emotional range, however in the end justice took its course.
    Non parole period of 4 years for the perp who was a repeat DD offender.
    Not justice of you ask me.

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    We have problems with kids from the High School using the road outside our house as a rat run. I swear to god if one ever hits my kids I'd willing do time for killing the fcuker. Police do fcuk all about it. The Tessaban did put tarmacadam speed ramps in but the road's concrete so that was a waste of time.

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    For sure I have a few l would take great vengeance on this board if l new their address wouldn't kill them or anything serous only bones and stuff
    As for my family would if was serous would use every means available to me to have them removed from this world

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    My brother in law in Queensland ran away from the UK after abusing my sisters kids from about 8 years old. Subsequently one of the kids killed themselves as did their mum and the other child's life was not the same if he had not raped her. Uk cops took no action in the 90's as not enough evidence. Now he is coming to Thailand a lot and boasting about screwing 20 year olds, he's 73. Any suggestions about vengeance on this bastard ? He denies it all of course.

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    ^ ^

    Simply why I say defective humans who intentionally kill people have exhausted their use by date and should be offed.

    The death penalty is a just and proper ending for such people.

    It has nothing to do with revenge but simply removing them from this Earth so they can never re offend.

    Last night I was having a quiet beer, sitting across the way was this large rough looking Aussie drinking large beers with his wife. They ended up talking about something that upset him.

    He just put his head down and cried for ages.

    I thought immediately it was maybe something regards his kids or family.

    Ain't seen that in public before.
    Stroller is a Yerman faggot.

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    If I never had to consider my families welfare, I would go for Vengeance, Better I'm out of jail than in.

    saying that it would have to be committed in a scanda country though.

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    You would need to take vengeance in such away that you wouldn't end up wasting away in jail

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    Quote Originally Posted by terry57 View Post
    ^ ^

    Simply why I say defective humans who intentionally kill people have exhausted their use by date and should be offed.

    The death penalty is a just and proper ending for such people.

    It has nothing to do with revenge but simply removing them from this Earth so they can never re offend.

    Last night I was having a quiet beer, sitting across the way was this large rough looking Aussie drinking large beers with his wife. They ended up talking about something that upset him.

    He just put his head down and cried for ages.

    I thought immediately it was maybe something regards his kids or family.

    Ain't seen that in public before.
    Defective humans who intentionally kill....
    Do you include soldiering in this litter, Ter?

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    Quote Originally Posted by crepitas
    What would YOU do if you lost a wife/ child/loved one or they were harmed by the action of someone else???
    Ultimately would depend on motive.

    If it was due to a fvcking retard being retarded and my family's bad luck I'd just get more depressed.

    If it was a pre-meditated act by a cvnt I would make them wish that rather than facing me they'd have ended up pissing of a smack dealing turk from green lanes.

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    Before you embark on a journey of revenge, dig two graves.

    Confucius:

    Worth considering.

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    ^It's a good quote,

    But someone who's lost everything and thus has no reason to live is happy to do that.

    So to a certain extent the point is moot.

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    Is revenge the same as vengeance?

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    revenga?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dragonfly94 View Post
    Is revenge the same as vengeance?
    Only differs grammaticaly. Vengeance can't be used as a verb. Being a mishmash English is full of stuff like that.
    Last edited by DrB0b; 05-01-2016 at 09:20 PM.

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    Ta for that Bob

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    Quote Originally Posted by DrB0b View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Dragonfly94 View Post
    Is revenge the same as vengeance?
    Only differs grammaticaly. Vengeance can't be used as a verb..
    What, and revenge can
    I revenged, he revenged, we revenged?


    I have the feeling I'm about to be made a fool of

    Or did you mean avenge?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dapper View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by DrB0b View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Dragonfly94 View Post
    Is revenge the same as vengeance?
    Only differs grammaticaly. Vengeance can't be used as a verb..
    What, and revenge can
    I revenged, he revenged, we revenged?


    I have the feeling I'm about to be made a fool of

    Or did you mean avenge?
    I shall revenge myself upon him.
    We revenged ourselves upon them.
    He revenged himself upon us.


    Granted, in real life you're more likely to use "avenge" but revenge is also a verb.

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    ^^ Revenge is a verb, but can also be used as a noun.

    As DrBob just pointed out with his examples, it is generally used as a transitive verb because it takes an object.

    Revenge - definition of revenge by The Free Dictionary

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    My kid is my holy grail and you don't steal the holy grail, bad things happen to you.

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    You can take revenge yourself but you are going out on a limb if you take the law into your own hands..

    The law itself is a legitimate means of seeking revenge. If somebody wrongs you criminally or civilly you can seek revenge through legal recourse.

    There is nothing morally wrong with revenge and there should be no shame in acknowledging that legal frameworks are, among other things, a way for individuals or society in general to seek revenge on those who would break the social rules as they are reflected in the democratic laws of the land.

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    Quote Originally Posted by crepitas View Post
    tied over an ant hill covered in oil and honey comes to mind…
    Better than that is the old native american technique: bury them up to their neck near the red ant hill and let the ants feast on the head, very slow and horrible way to die, as ants eat/crawl into the cnuts brain and eat him alive.

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    How do you get away with vengeance?

    You got body disposal to contend with, crime scene cleaning,
    an alibi to make up

    A good quality spade would also come in useful

    They'll find a skeleton eventually....a bit of CSI and your ass is rotting in jail

    It just ain't worth it, man

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    Quote Originally Posted by DJ Pat View Post
    How do you get away with vengeance?

    You got body disposal to contend with, crime scene cleaning,
    an alibi to make up

    A good quality spade would also come in useful

    They'll find a skeleton eventually....a bit of CSI and your ass is rotting in jail

    It just ain't worth it, man
    555 I read someplace that the mafia etc use pig farms, lots of ocean and rivers.

    Probably lots of more subtle ways to get revenge....there are a thousand one uses for superglue....

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