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  1. 22 Oct '10 23:41 / 1 edit
    is it a crime to waste the organs when inmates are executed? think of all the people that could be saved!
  2. 22 Oct '10 23:45
    Originally posted by zeeblebot
    is it a crime to waste the organs when inmates are executed? think of all the people that could be saved!
    Do you think the state owns the bodies of inmates?
  3. 22 Oct '10 23:50
    they ought to, as the anti-prison advocates are so fond of telling us it costs 50-60K $US per year to maintain each of them, we ain't gettin that back anytime soon.
  4. 23 Oct '10 00:10
    Originally posted by zeeblebot
    they ought to, as the anti-prison advocates are so fond of telling us it costs 50-60K $US per year to maintain each of them, we ain't gettin that back anytime soon.
    Yeah, so the solution is to strip them of any human dignity and sell 'em off.

    The government doesn't have the right to own anyone's body.
  5. 23 Oct '10 00:26
    i'm all for the people getting all they can from non-producers.
  6. 23 Oct '10 00:26
    what human dignity do you think a prison inmate has?
  7. 23 Oct '10 00:32
    only humans and elephants show fear at the appearance of skeletons of their own kind.

    valuable organs are discarded daily due to this fear, as applied to organs.
  8. Subscriber Wajoma
    Die Cheeseburger
    23 Oct '10 00:39
    Originally posted by zeeblebot
    only humans and elephants show fear at the appearance of skeletons of their own kind.

    valuable organs are discarded daily due to this fear, as applied to organs.
    ...harvest the organs and turn the rest int burgers.
  9. Subscriber AThousandYoung
    It's only business
    23 Oct '10 01:41
    Soylent Green is people!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Sp-VFBbjpE
  10. 23 Oct '10 02:25
    Originally posted by zeeblebot
    what human dignity do you think a prison inmate has?
    Enough.
  11. 23 Oct '10 05:43
    Originally posted by PsychoPawn
    Enough.
    would you, like, hang out in a prison to search for it first hand?
  12. 23 Oct '10 05:43
    or is it an assumption?
  13. 23 Oct '10 07:52
    Should be a crime for anyone, it's fine to be superstitious, but not when it gets other people killed.
  14. 23 Oct '10 15:21
    Originally posted by zeeblebot
    would you, like, hang out in a prison to search for it first hand?
    It seems to me like you are assuming that they don't have or deserve any.

    I am saying that the state simply does not have the right to own their bodies - period.