I think keeping kids safe should always be our top priority, but won't this lead to vigilante justice?
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I think this should be US law on all social sites. Of course I believe that specifically any child predator convicted with undeniable evidence should be castrated as well and have a GPS machine tag on his or her ass as well. I do have 3 girls so ya know I take it pretty serious. Oh and as far as that little incident in Texas where the father caught the man he got off really easy (the perpetrator) as far as I am concerned.
rapid1:Of course I believe that specifically any child predator convicted with undeniable evidence should be castrated as well and have a GPS machine tag on his or her ass as well.
Castration is too good for them. I don't think that it's a cure for their sickness either.
Elimination is a far better idea. Society does not need baby rapers in any shape or form.
Don't part with your illusions. When they are gone you may still exist, but you have ceased to live.
I don't have a computer.
The state will provide one for you to ensure you're settled in.
It will be hard to implement as this is a global site and not registered locally. They may have a few extra choices on the sign up form. What about existing members? I suspect the state will cover the cost of what Facebook and other social networking sites will require to update the code, as well as perform a required update to profile.
I don't like them as much as the rest, but this is something that will be hard to implement, and unfortunately, it will be slowly adopted, as many state, federal, and international laws must be recognized.
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