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Flame of the week. AcidRose in defence of murder.

By johnboy - 10 August 2011 27

It’s been a while since we had a quality flame, but this one falls short of greatness only through the ommission of block caps.

Solid work and a deserving winner of FOTW:

#41 AcidRose
11:41 am, 10 Aug 11

#15
Roadrage771:29 pm, 28 Jul 11

I immediately dropped into a high-energy roflcopter when I saw the words ‘Massey’ and ‘rehabilitaiton’ in the same sentence.

She is a “Massey” by marriage only…and has been divorced for many years…!!!!
If you don’t know the Massey’s …then i suggest you shut up!
How dare any of you criticise…?! If one of your own family members committed a crime does that mean you should all be punished and judged?!! Grow up morons!

As for already serving 3 years..that’ is not correct either…she served 12 months only…and let’s not forget she has an innocent little boy who has had his whole life turned upside down…Show some compassion you judgemental scum!
I know the family very well….and will continue to support and love them…! you halfwits can think what you like….all righteous and pompous…Shame on you!
Sterilize them? Morons!!!!
Drug addiction is very real and the cause of this unfortunate situation….and I can hear all the do-gooders and know-it-alls condemning and criticizing this as well..,.It is an illness ….just like anything else!

What’s Your opinion?


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Flame of the week. AcidRose in defence of murder.
Jivrashia 3:59 pm 10 Aug 11

fgzk said :

One pass arsessumptions is the majority way of reading a post. Its good you were able to translate for the simple folk.

It sometimes requires the correct arsepect in order to understand some of these posts…
Or was that pisspect?

fgzk 2:51 pm 10 Aug 11

molongloid said :

fgzk said :

molongloid you are obviously not reading the post through your arse.

On first pass I assumed the “not” was a typo. Sorry. I guess we’re in agreement. 🙂

That’s OK. One pass arsessumptions is the majority way of reading a post. Its good you were able to translate for the simple folk.

molongloid 2:35 pm 10 Aug 11

fgzk said :

molongloid you are obviously not reading the post through your arse.

On first pass I assumed the “not” was a typo. Sorry. I guess we’re in agreement. 🙂

PBO 2:20 pm 10 Aug 11

molongloid said :

My interpretation is a bit different. She’s not sticking up for Rebecca Massey. She’s raising the point that Rebecca Massey is NOT a Massey so limit the comments to her and not the Massey family, and especially not the son. She loves and supports the family and not Rebecca. At least that’s how I read it.

This mongoloid has a point and quite a good one.

molongloid 2:18 pm 10 Aug 11

fgzk said :

molongloid you are obviously not reading the post through your arse.

I assume you mean “obviously reading”. Well the post does contain a lot of inconsistencies. My attempt to find order in the chaos probably was too kind. But there is some effort in there to make a distinction between Rebecca and the rest of ’em.

Grail “to support a drug addict other than to break their drug habit and remove them from the social circles that led to experimenting with drugs in the first place.”

You may be right. How do you do that?

p1 2:18 pm 10 Aug 11

As I said after the original flame;

p1 said :

AcidRose said :

…and let’s not forget she has an innocent little boy who has had his whole life turned upside down…

….and will continue to support and love them…

Drug addiction is very real and the cause of this unfortunate situation….

As a good family friend who loves and supports them, I sincerely hope you will take a hand in the innocent child’s upbringing. You presumably will explain to them the evils of drugs and property crime, and that the bad decisions on their mothers part has resulted in the death of a woman and the absence of their mother for a large part of their childhood.

What I can’t believe is that she kept the Massey name after the breakup. Surely it would have been worth the cost of changing it back to avoid being stigmatised/stereotyped as being a violent criminal bogan?

fgzk 2:09 pm 10 Aug 11

molongloid you are obviously not reading the post through your arse.

Grail “to support a drug addict other than to break their drug habit and remove them from the social circles that led to experimenting with drugs in the first place.”

You may be right. How do you do that?

molongloid 2:03 pm 10 Aug 11

My interpretation is a bit different. She’s not sticking up for Rebecca Massey. She’s raising the point that Rebecca Massey is NOT a Massey so limit the comments to her and not the Massey family, and especially not the son. She loves and supports the family and not Rebecca. At least that’s how I read it.

Grail 2:01 pm 10 Aug 11

EvanJames said :

I’m always struck by how the people and families embroiled in criminal doings are so beloved of their friends and acquaintances. These people will speak up (or type up) and declare their undying love, how saintly the subjects are…

They have become emotionally (and in some cases financially) invested in these people, hoping and believing that the subjects will change their ways or magically become good people if only there is enough well-wishing directed their way.

Thus the subject can’t possibly be a bad person, because if the subject is found to be a bad person, the emotionally invested folks will feel that they are bad people too, due to having supported the bad person.

These are not rational people we are dealing with here. They are ruled by their emotions, which is how they get into the position of thinking that there are ways to support a drug addict other than to break their drug habit and remove them from the social circles that led to experimenting with drugs in the first place.

Jivrashia 1:40 pm 10 Aug 11

My brain is full of frack after reading that…

Seriously, this must be a troll, and a reasonably good one at that. (especially with an alias like ACIDrose)

Ben_Dover 1:16 pm 10 Aug 11

Full,,, marks!! For…Over??? Punctuation!!

Also a good grades on the; “she was made to do these things due to drug addiction, which is obviously no fault of her own,” front, and the; “her son has been damaged by this, so we should pity her,” disconnect.

Spectra 12:56 pm 10 Aug 11

It’s not just the missing block caps, JB, there’s also a notable dearth of serious spelling errors (though I do appreciate the nice touch of random switching between American “ize” and Australian/UK “ise” suffixes). It saddens me that the standard of flames seems to be slipping. Pull your collective socks up, flamers!

arescarti42 12:53 pm 10 Aug 11

EvanJames said :

I’m always struck by how the people and families embroiled in criminal doings are so beloved of their friends and acquaintances. These people will speak up (or type up) and declare their undying love, how saintly the subjects are… I quite like my friends, but I can’t think of anyone I’d say these kinds of things about.

Clearly I need better friends… the people who are the topics of these kinds of posts seem like a whole new level of friends to have.

Really interesting point. Thinking about it, if anyone close to me committed such a terrible crime, there’s no way I’d be defending them.

EvanJames 12:16 pm 10 Aug 11

I’m always struck by how the people and families embroiled in criminal doings are so beloved of their friends and acquaintances. These people will speak up (or type up) and declare their undying love, how saintly the subjects are… I quite like my friends, but I can’t think of anyone I’d say these kinds of things about.

Clearly I need better friends… the people who are the topics of these kinds of posts seem like a whole new level of friends to have.

Gershwin 12:05 pm 10 Aug 11

Shorter AcidRose:

“She’s not a cold-blooded murderer! She’s a _drug-addled_ murderer! And she got knocked up once! IT MAKES ALL THE DIFFERENCE!”

Bonus points for grocers’ apo’strophe’s.

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