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» Mon Feb 09, 2009 5:20 pm
Rihanna, 20, one of the world's hottest women, was the victim of a physical assault by Chris Brown, 19, one of the world's biggest morons.

The alleged assault took place in or about a Lamborghini owned by one of them, evidently.

If I was a judge I would sentence people creatively. I have some ideas, what are yours?

List your creative punishment for this crime.
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» Mon Feb 09, 2009 6:34 pm
Make him fuk her in the arse (he probably does already :mrgreen: ). Bich probably deserved a smacking, let's be honest, a slammable bich like that gets sick of the usual suk and fuk and wants to venture into having it rough. Met too many biches like that. Say it like it is :mrgreen:
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» Mon Feb 09, 2009 8:04 pm
Rihanna's twelvehead creeps me out.

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» Mon Feb 09, 2009 10:08 pm
regardless of what people look like, or how famous one is, assault is assault. I simply do not get how this is a laughing matter for some of u.
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» Mon Feb 09, 2009 10:16 pm
rihanna? hot? really? on what planet?
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» Mon Feb 09, 2009 10:48 pm
Mr. Crackerz wrote:regardless of what people look like, or how famous one is, assault is assault. I simply do not get how this is a laughing matter for some of u.



See the joke mate :wink:

You don't know the situation either. Too many times I've seen chiks abuse their boyfriends and bring on getting hit. People who say "oh no, you shouldn't hit anyone for whatever reason" are naive and quite shallow. There are situations where you are brought to violence or physical action. An example of a woman bringing that type of action on is one that cheats on her boyfriend, steals from him and verbally abuses him and/or spreads lies about him. That is deserving of a consequence and a smack is actually a simple, somewhat not enough, of a consequence. I reckon such biches should be shamed for being little sluts, but society seems to accept that pretty well nowadays

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» Mon Feb 09, 2009 11:06 pm
migya wrote:
Mr. Crackerz wrote:regardless of what people look like, or how famous one is, assault is assault. I simply do not get how this is a laughing matter for some of u.



See the joke mate :wink:

You don't know the situation either. Too many times I've seen chiks abuse their boyfriends and bring on getting hit. People who say "oh no, you shouldn't hit anyone for whatever reason" are naive and quite shallow. There are situations where you are brought to violence or physical action. An example of a woman bringing that type of action on is one that cheats on her boyfriend, steals from him and verbally abuses him and/or spreads lies about him. That is deserving of a consequence and a smack is actually a simple, somewhat not enough, of a consequence. I reckon such biches should be shamed for being little sluts, but society seems to accept that pretty well nowadays


nah dude, lets say u get assaulted or someone u know... u gonna blame the victim cuz they might of deserve it? joke or not, its bad taste to joke about an assault victim. its low
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» Mon Feb 09, 2009 11:12 pm
Mr. Crackerz wrote:
migya wrote:
Mr. Crackerz wrote:regardless of what people look like, or how famous one is, assault is assault. I simply do not get how this is a laughing matter for some of u.



See the joke mate :wink:

You don't know the situation either. Too many times I've seen chiks abuse their boyfriends and bring on getting hit. People who say "oh no, you shouldn't hit anyone for whatever reason" are naive and quite shallow. There are situations where you are brought to violence or physical action. An example of a woman bringing that type of action on is one that cheats on her boyfriend, steals from him and verbally abuses him and/or spreads lies about him. That is deserving of a consequence and a smack is actually a simple, somewhat not enough, of a consequence. I reckon such biches should be shamed for being little sluts, but society seems to accept that pretty well nowadays


nah dude, lets say u get assaulted or someone u know... u gonna blame the victim cuz they might of deserve it? joke or not, its bad taste to joke about an assault victim. its low



Like I said, it was a joke. There many jokes on here, see it for what it is

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» Mon Feb 09, 2009 11:20 pm
migya wrote:
Mr. Crackerz wrote:
migya wrote:
Mr. Crackerz wrote:regardless of what people look like, or how famous one is, assault is assault. I simply do not get how this is a laughing matter for some of u.



See the joke mate :wink:

You don't know the situation either. Too many times I've seen chiks abuse their boyfriends and bring on getting hit. People who say "oh no, you shouldn't hit anyone for whatever reason" are naive and quite shallow. There are situations where you are brought to violence or physical action. An example of a woman bringing that type of action on is one that cheats on her boyfriend, steals from him and verbally abuses him and/or spreads lies about him. That is deserving of a consequence and a smack is actually a simple, somewhat not enough, of a consequence. I reckon such biches should be shamed for being little sluts, but society seems to accept that pretty well nowadays


nah dude, lets say u get assaulted or someone u know... u gonna blame the victim cuz they might of deserve it? joke or not, its bad taste to joke about an assault victim. its low



Like I said, it was a joke. There many jokes on here, see it for what it is


i wasnt picking on just u... i think its pretty fucked up to be already making jokes on something that could negetively have psychological effects on someone and affect them for the rest of their lives. I dunno to what extent what happen, but until then, why attempt to be funny on something that is serious. Is it just cuz she's a celebrity, so now its ok? i dont get the rationale of making a joke like u did.
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» Mon Feb 09, 2009 11:37 pm
Mr. Crackerz wrote:
migya wrote:
Mr. Crackerz wrote:
migya wrote:
Mr. Crackerz wrote:regardless of what people look like, or how famous one is, assault is assault. I simply do not get how this is a laughing matter for some of u.



See the joke mate :wink:

You don't know the situation either. Too many times I've seen chiks abuse their boyfriends and bring on getting hit. People who say "oh no, you shouldn't hit anyone for whatever reason" are naive and quite shallow. There are situations where you are brought to violence or physical action. An example of a woman bringing that type of action on is one that cheats on her boyfriend, steals from him and verbally abuses him and/or spreads lies about him. That is deserving of a consequence and a smack is actually a simple, somewhat not enough, of a consequence. I reckon such biches should be shamed for being little sluts, but society seems to accept that pretty well nowadays


nah dude, lets say u get assaulted or someone u know... u gonna blame the victim cuz they might of deserve it? joke or not, its bad taste to joke about an assault victim. its low



Like I said, it was a joke. There many jokes on here, see it for what it is


i wasnt picking on just u... i think its pretty fucked up to be already making jokes on something that could negetively have psychological effects on someone and affect them for the rest of their lives. I dunno to what extent what happen, but until then, why attempt to be funny on something that is serious. Is it just cuz she's a celebrity, so now its ok? i dont get the rationale of making a joke like u did.



Guess you just don't joke much about women. Nothing bad meant.

Just go to parties and watch the sluttishness. Yea it's good to see when you're horny, but you get to see how dirty some of them can be
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» Mon Feb 09, 2009 11:58 pm
Eh.... never really liked Chris Brown, anyway. Always preferred Ne-Yo's music over him.

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» Tue Feb 10, 2009 12:00 am
migya wrote:
Mr. Crackerz wrote:
migya wrote:
Mr. Crackerz wrote:
migya wrote:
Mr. Crackerz wrote:regardless of what people look like, or how famous one is, assault is assault. I simply do not get how this is a laughing matter for some of u.



See the joke mate :wink:

You don't know the situation either. Too many times I've seen chiks abuse their boyfriends and bring on getting hit. People who say "oh no, you shouldn't hit anyone for whatever reason" are naive and quite shallow. There are situations where you are brought to violence or physical action. An example of a woman bringing that type of action on is one that cheats on her boyfriend, steals from him and verbally abuses him and/or spreads lies about him. That is deserving of a consequence and a smack is actually a simple, somewhat not enough, of a consequence. I reckon such biches should be shamed for being little sluts, but society seems to accept that pretty well nowadays


nah dude, lets say u get assaulted or someone u know... u gonna blame the victim cuz they might of deserve it? joke or not, its bad taste to joke about an assault victim. its low



Like I said, it was a joke. There many jokes on here, see it for what it is


i wasnt picking on just u... i think its pretty fucked up to be already making jokes on something that could negetively have psychological effects on someone and affect them for the rest of their lives. I dunno to what extent what happen, but until then, why attempt to be funny on something that is serious. Is it just cuz she's a celebrity, so now its ok? i dont get the rationale of making a joke like u did.



Guess you just don't joke much about women. Nothing bad meant.

Just go to parties and watch the sluttishness. Yea it's good to see when you're horny, but you get to see how dirty some of them can be


no man, i dont care about jokes or women or whomever. But she was a alleged victim of an assault. Give the women a break. If she's faking, then by all ridicule her all u want then. But as of now, she is a victim. Again i give u the question, If someone u knew was just assaulted, would you want people joking about her? Its fucked up.
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» Tue Feb 10, 2009 12:09 am
migya wrote:You don't know the situation either. Too many times I've seen chiks abuse their boyfriends and bring on getting hit. People who say "oh no, you shouldn't hit anyone for whatever reason" are naive and quite shallow. There are situations where you are brought to violence or physical action. An example of a woman bringing that type of action on is one that cheats on her boyfriend, steals from him and verbally abuses him and/or spreads lies about him. That is deserving of a consequence and a smack is actually a simple, somewhat not enough, of a consequence. I reckon such biches should be shamed for being little sluts, but society seems to accept that pretty well nowadays


Hey, easy there, buddy. Violence is not an option. Never, and under no circumstances can it be valid.

Even tho situations like you're talking about do happen in real life (and quite often, I must say), there are always other options. You can try to talk some sense into them, you can threat them with leaving... and you can actually do it if nothing else works. And those would all be valid ways to treat a woman... but not violence. Never.
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» Tue Feb 10, 2009 12:11 am
Mr. Crackerz wrote:
migya wrote:
Mr. Crackerz wrote:
migya wrote:
Mr. Crackerz wrote:
migya wrote:
Mr. Crackerz wrote:regardless of what people look like, or how famous one is, assault is assault. I simply do not get how this is a laughing matter for some of u.



See the joke mate :wink:

You don't know the situation either. Too many times I've seen chiks abuse their boyfriends and bring on getting hit. People who say "oh no, you shouldn't hit anyone for whatever reason" are naive and quite shallow. There are situations where you are brought to violence or physical action. An example of a woman bringing that type of action on is one that cheats on her boyfriend, steals from him and verbally abuses him and/or spreads lies about him. That is deserving of a consequence and a smack is actually a simple, somewhat not enough, of a consequence. I reckon such biches should be shamed for being little sluts, but society seems to accept that pretty well nowadays


nah dude, lets say u get assaulted or someone u know... u gonna blame the victim cuz they might of deserve it? joke or not, its bad taste to joke about an assault victim. its low



Like I said, it was a joke. There many jokes on here, see it for what it is


i wasnt picking on just u... i think its pretty fucked up to be already making jokes on something that could negetively have psychological effects on someone and affect them for the rest of their lives. I dunno to what extent what happen, but until then, why attempt to be funny on something that is serious. Is it just cuz she's a celebrity, so now its ok? i dont get the rationale of making a joke like u did.



Guess you just don't joke much about women. Nothing bad meant.

Just go to parties and watch the sluttishness. Yea it's good to see when you're horny, but you get to see how dirty some of them can be


no man, i dont care about jokes or women or whomever. But she was a alleged victim of an assault. Give the women a break. If she's faking, then by all ridicule her all u want then. But as of now, she is a victim. Again i give u the question, If someone u knew was just assaulted, would you want people joking about her? Its fucked up.



Hey Cracker take it easy. We don't know her so it is different, if we did we wouldn't tell jokes in that way. We all joke about famous people in one way or another. It was just a joke

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» Tue Feb 10, 2009 1:08 am
xbay wrote:Eh.... never really liked Chris Brown, anyway. Always preferred Ne-Yo's music over him.


his good sh*t was written by ne-yo anyway :wink:

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