I see constant evidence that vast swaths of people do. Unimaginably large numbers of people seem not to understand the basics of self defense, initial aggressor, disengagement, and the difference between the legal concept of Provocation and the simple dictionary definition. I see every...
Meh. I kinda don't care.
At one point, I had kept all the belts I'd ever earned. When I was young I thought I'd make a display case or rack or something and display them in my man-cave or room or something. Then, years later, I donated all of them to the club I was in because I didn't care...
Not exactly. There's a definite end to the story arc. But one of the basic premises is that all major "history" for humanity repeats and everyone is reborn, often playing the same major role in the new repeat of the old saga; especially for the big, important characters.
Peace favor your...
Can you please be a bit more specific? Which posts are veering too far off?
I'll follow a disagreement, time and personal interest permitting, but I'm trying not to run afoul of an official warning here.
No. There is nothing hypothetical about the long-standing moral and legal justification of self defense using lethal force against someone engaged in an unjustified lethal attack against the defender. This established doctrine goes back to at least the Code of Hammurabi or earlier.
Not when it is a clear case of self defense against deadly force being used against the defender.
When deadly force is being used against you, you have every right to use deadly force in defense of yourself.
But that you want to happen.
From the Cambridge Dictionary:
verb [ I or T ]
(UK usually fantasise)
to think about something very pleasant that is unlikely to happen:
- He fantasized about winning the Nobel Prize.
- [ + that ] As a child, Emma fantasized that she...
I agree that this would be deliberate execution. I've never heard that definition until this thread. It's a hole that was in my vocabulary.
I'm now really curious as to the etymology of the term.
Peace favor your sword,