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sherb wrote: »
Frankly, the way he whined like a little girl about the cut on his hand tells us more about him than a busload of mental health professionals would.
sherb wrote: »
I think in bygone centuries we would have called it "evil," or the work of the devil. . .but now?
I only know this much: calling him crazy does not fit.
seppala wrote: »
My wife and I disagree on this issue. She thinks anyone who would commit mass murder or other similar-scale reprehensible acts is crazy by virtue of their misdeeds. I disagree, which is why I appreciated this article so. Unfortunately, there's no concrete answer, so I can't throw it in her face.
Buffco wrote: »
It also talked about a crowd of people witnessing a bad accident, or someone being mugged. The more people witnessing the event, the less likely someone is going to attempt to help. However, if you are the only one around, you're much more likely to intervene. After all, there's only yourself around to be able to help. With a crowd of people, you're expecting "someone" to do it.
Hextall wrote: »
That was cappyduane.
Deadbait wrote: »
I don't think Breivik was insane.....he just wanted to kill.....it just took him a while to find a cause to justify doing so.
Steven wrote: »
I found it interesting that the author wrote that an incident like this is nothing that they should make an effort to protect against because it was so one-off.
I'm thinking, "hey, this guy is nuts!"
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