View Poll Results: Was Childress justfied in his actions?

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    Quote Originally Posted by noonwitch View Post
    He must not have been a very convincing trannie.

    When I lived in Detroit, the trannie pros took over the corner on Woodward and McNichols. Some of those black guys were really convincing in drag-on a dark street, I could see how a dumb guy could make a mistake, especially if the act he was purchasing didn't involve the removal of clothing.
    Wouldn't the mustache give it away?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gingersnap View Post
    Is that kind of nasty surprise worth a stabbing? No.

    However, he would have been justified in forcibly removing the wig and falsies and uploading the appropriate pic to every hosting site on the planet along with the fake girl's name, address, and phone number.

    Truth in advertising has to mean something, people.
    That wouldn't, work by the time he got it's wig and falsies off the queer would have had a 'lip lock' on him that he would never get away from.

    There are a few questions, how did they meet ?Did he really think it was a woman or did he just meet it ?And why when he figured out it was a queer didn't he stuff the falsies and wig so far up its tube it would need major surgery .
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    Policon, please remember in the future all CU polls
    must have Teh Jooooosss as an option.

    That is all.

    And NO. :D
    May the FORCE be with you!
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    Quote Originally Posted by SarasotaRepub View Post
    Policon, please remember in the future all CU polls
    must have Teh Jooooosss as an option.

    That is all.

    And NO. :D
    So if you were in his shoes . . . . you'd be all like - Oh that's okay I wasn't that horny any way?
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    Quote Originally Posted by PoliCon View Post
    So if you were in his shoes . . . . you'd be all like - Oh that's okay I wasn't that horny any way?
    Trick question is this not?
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    I don't think he should have just stabbed that guy. The freak should also have charges against him for something, but stabbing him with a butcher knife? If the wigged thing was acting in a provacative way or seemed to be dangerous in that, say, he had a weapon or was trying to attack then it would be justified as self defense. But from what I heard its not. But the freak isn't justified either.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mythic View Post
    I don't think he should have just stabbed that guy. The freak should also have charges against him for something, but stabbing him with a butcher knife? If the wigged thing was acting in a provacative way or seemed to be dangerous in that, say, he had a weapon or was trying to attack then it would be justified as self defense. But from what I heard its not. But the freak isn't justified either.
    Who said anything about self defense?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gingersnap View Post
    Trick question is this not?
    A bit of a loaded question I'll give you . . . .
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    Who said anything about self defense?
    Huh? I was just saying that if the guy in the wig was assaulting the man then his using of the knife would be justified, otherwise no.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mythic View Post
    Huh? I was just saying that if the guy in the wig was assaulting the man then his using of the knife would be justified, otherwise no.
    I know what you are saying - but I think the article is clear that self defense was not at issue.
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