May 2, 2012
commented on On Violence and the "Smashy-Smashy"
> "'Smashing a window is not violence, it's vandalism,' he writes. 'There is a difference—unless you think of people as the moral equivalent of property.'""Smashing a window is not violence, it's vandalism," he writes. "There is a difference—unless you think of people as the moral equivalent of property."
Anyone who could write that needs to spend more time reading up on the Kristallnacht.
Apr 16, 2011
commented on SL Letter of the Day: Have At It, Gang
It's very simple: FUBARD gets to impose a punishment on his daughter for her drive-by grenade attack on FUBARD's girlfriend's children, if and only if he agrees to abide whatever punishment his daughter wishes to impose on him for detonating a grenade in the middle of his own family.