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/ck/ Food & Cooking

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Anonymous 2015-08-11 19:36:01 No.6768080

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>you're on death row
>you're asked by the prison warden what you want your last meal to be

What do you choose, /ck/?


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Anonymous 2015-08-11 19:38:23 No.6768089
A beef wellington, with prosciutto around the beef, with a loaded baked potato, a twice baked potato, and mashed sweet potatoes. A big pile of brussell sprouts with bacon and cheese. To drink, a bottle of 12 year old highland single malt scotch. And to finish it all off, a big heaping serving of ur mum's twat m8

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Anonymous 2015-08-11 19:42:43 No.6768101
is heroin a meal?

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Anonymous 2015-08-11 19:43:25 No.6768107
2 pints of mint and chocolate chip ice cream

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Anonymous 2015-08-11 19:44:35 No.6768112
Bean dip

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Anonymous 2015-08-11 19:47:23 No.6768124
Bacon cheeseburger and large cajun fries with a ton of ketchup and vinegar from 5 Guys

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Anonymous 2015-08-11 19:50:07 No.6768136
>>6768080
2 pounds of catfish mustard battered. 2 pounds of fries pound of hush puppies. a whole big tiramisu the real italian stuff not some store bought crap tiramisu. a bottle of cheerwine.

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Anonymous 2015-08-11 19:51:38 No.6768145
Friendly reminder most prisons have a $50 limit and will not alcohol alcohol, drugs or prepare anything that takes a ridiculously long amount of time.

While I hate to be a buzzkill I'd rather this thread wasn't full of unoriginal nonsense like THE WORLD'S RAREST TRUFFLE

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Anonymous 2015-08-11 19:52:38 No.6768152
>>6768145
>alcohol alcohol
Give alcohol, fuck.

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Anonymous 2015-08-11 19:52:39 No.6768153
Pudding chock full of laxatives so when I die I shit myself and it's horrible for everyone involved

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Anonymous 2015-08-11 19:52:41 No.6768154
a bullet

stop making these fucking threads

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Anonymous 2015-08-11 19:54:16 No.6768166
The spiciest indian food he can procure and some slow churned extra creamy ice cream. I'm going to make cleaning me up be as unpleasant as possible.

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Anonymous 2015-08-11 19:56:05 No.6768171
>>6768145
get the fuck out of my thread, you enormous tool

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Anonymous 2015-08-11 19:56:45 No.6768173
>>6768171
Then don't make shitty threads

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Anonymous 2015-08-11 19:58:08 No.6768177
>>6768173

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Anonymous 2015-08-11 20:01:06 No.6768188
Biscuits and gravy

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Anonymous 2015-08-11 20:01:09 No.6768189
>>6768177

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Anonymous 2015-08-11 20:02:56 No.6768199
>>6768189

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Anonymous 2015-08-11 20:05:08 No.6768204
>>6768199

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Anonymous 2015-08-11 20:05:11 No.6768205
>>6768189

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Anonymous 2015-08-11 20:06:52 No.6768212
>>6768204

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Anonymous 2015-08-11 20:07:54 No.6768219
a young girl, preferably live

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Anonymous 2015-08-11 20:08:45 No.6768223
>>6768080
taco bell

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Anonymous 2015-08-11 20:10:38 No.6768228
>>6768080
>>6768145
Big Mac it is

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Anonymous 2015-08-11 20:12:03 No.6768235
>>6768080
Oysters, Clams, and Cuckolds

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Anonymous 2015-08-11 20:13:29 No.6768243
>>6768223
Instead of "Fourthmeal" you can have the "Lastmeal".

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Anonymous 2015-08-11 20:17:35 No.6768252
>>6768080
A rib-eye steak cooked medium rare with skin-on french fries on the side and a grilled tomato.

Or mom's lasagna.

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Anonymous 2015-08-11 20:17:57 No.6768254
>>6768252
>not mom's spaghetti

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Anonymous 2015-08-11 20:22:04 No.6768265
>>6768080

Four pounds of steamed broccoli
Two Chipotle burritos, no meat, extra salsa
A gallon of the spiciest curry they can find
Any menu item from Jack in the Box
A quart of milk
A quart of orange juice

Kill me all you want, but you're not going to like what happens next.

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Anonymous 2015-08-11 20:22:25 No.6768268
>>6768145

>tfw Texas abolished their last meal rule

Come on. I don't care whether or not you support the death penalty, but that's just being a cunt.

I am impressed by that guy who ordered so much and refused to eat it any of it to give a fuck you to Texas. That's pretty impressive.

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Anonymous 2015-08-11 20:26:29 No.6768279
>>6768124
this one

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Anonymous 2015-08-11 20:27:21 No.6768282
>>6768268

Sounds like he was an idiot who fed the guards which executed him.

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Anonymous 2015-08-11 20:28:42 No.6768287
>>6768282

If you're going to die anyway, why does it matter? And the guards always throw away last meals if there's any left over.

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Anonymous 2015-08-11 20:29:38 No.6768289
>>6768243
>Taco Bell introduces the LASTMEAL box. Get your inmate burrito now for a limited time only.
#LASTMEAL

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Anonymous 2015-08-11 20:31:02 No.6768293
>tfw I live in the civilized world where we don't have the death penalty because "you killed someone so we gun kill you back ahyuck hyuck hyuck" is blatantly savage-tier thinking
>tfw I will never know what it's like to order a last meal

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Anonymous 2015-08-11 21:30:03 No.6768451
>>6768145
Texas abolished it and Florida has capped it's at $40. Oklahoma doesn't give a shit and it's a mere $15

$14.99 meal deals must do well in the areas surrounding the prisons

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Anonymous 2015-08-11 21:42:31 No.6768485
Some sort of burrito with lots of spice. Then, I'll hold everything in until I finally shit myself when I'm killed.

And someone will have to clean it up.

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Anonymous 2015-08-11 21:44:12 No.6768490
>>6768080
Out of luck if you live in Texas. No last meals there anymore since some asshole asked for a enormous last meal and proceeded to not eat any of it.

They don't really give you real food in many US prisons either, they give you a nutraloaf. Which is similar to a very dry meatloaf with a ton more shit on it. Meant to be eaten without utensils. It's nutritionally complete, though. On most they use nutraloafs as a disciplinary measure and there have been lawsuits about its usage, so go figure how awful they taste.

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Anonymous 2015-08-11 21:47:34 No.6768499
>>6768080
A hot dog, microwaved, with ketchup.

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Anonymous 2015-08-11 21:55:13 No.6768516
>>6768293
I do not see it as that way. When an individual has proven that they are more of a detriment to society than an addition, and are incapable of reform (repeat offenders for murder or those of extremely heinous crimes), then I believe it is better to remove them. What are we doing by keeping them in prison for the rest of their lives? They do not add to anything but a bloated system and do nothing but drain from the public coffers.

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Anonymous 2015-08-11 21:56:22 No.6768526
>>6768516
>What are we doing by keeping them in prison for the rest of their lives?

Maintaining a higher standard of morality.

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Anonymous 2015-08-11 21:59:47 No.6768537
>>6768526
Really? In what way? How is keeping someone imprisoned inherently more moral than removing them from said imprisonment? You're applying standards that don't have any actual basis. If anything your position, at least indirectly, is causing those who can function in society to have a slightly lower standard of living due to the increased cost of keeping said prisoner for life. Why does that prisoner's life matter more than the quality of the citizen's lives?

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Anonymous 2015-08-11 22:01:13 No.6768540
>>6768080
Lomo saltado, deep fried plantain, and a liter of Kim lardashian's breast milk

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Anonymous 2015-08-11 22:01:32 No.6768541
>>6768526
The most moral thing to do would be to exile them.

Steal? You go to Papua New Guinea.

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Anonymous 2015-08-11 22:02:13 No.6768545
>>6768540
>lardashian

Sometimes you're funny, autocorrect

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Anonymous 2015-08-11 22:04:11 No.6768553
>>6768537
Lethal injections are more expensive than keeping someone imprisoned tho.

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Anonymous 2015-08-11 22:04:28 No.6768555
>>6768080
ur mums pussy

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Anonymous 2015-08-11 22:04:38 No.6768556
>>6768293
>savage-tier
You do realize that not all criminals can be redeemed and that keeping someone in prison is extremely expensive, right? That's why the focus is (or is supposed to be, since US prisons apparently don't realize that by being cruel and getting everyone and everything imprisoned for the most petty shit they just convert the prison into a criminal training ground and make the inmates hate society) on reforming criminals. But would you trust some therapy and meds to make, say, John Wayne Gacy into a good person? Or do you think Islamic extremists, who are usually all too glad to give their lives if asked to by their organization, could not muster the willpower to just act until they're released and THEN go blow something or someone up in the street? Heck, the only reason something like Sweden's "make all the prisons into hotels" approach works is because the society it is on is different. Contrary to what /pol/ may want you to think it's a very peaceful place. One of the first things someone from Sweden or Finland will tell you about their country is how mind-boggingly dull and uneventful they're, coupled with the depressing long-ass winters. And thanks to their wellfare system it's very hard to either advance in society or end up roaming the streets and eating dog shit, leading to static, borderline stagnant societies where not a lot ever happens, and even less so during the winter. The US is not like that. At all.

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Anonymous 2015-08-11 22:05:24 No.6768561
>>6768537

The death penalty costs more than life imprisonment though.

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Anonymous 2015-08-11 22:09:10 No.6768570
>>6768561
>The death penalty costs more than life imprisonment though.
Excuse me? No it doesn't. Sure, the actual case costs more, and keeping them for the time they are on death row costs more, but the total costs aren't even comparable.

Life in prison lasts a good deal longer, and as long as life imprisonment lasts 40% longer than than the time they would have been on death row then life in prison is more expensive (generally this is true except for edge cases).

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Anonymous 2015-08-11 22:10:44 No.6768573
>>6768553
I have a rusty axe in my backyard.

It's free.

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Anonymous 2015-08-11 22:12:33 No.6768579
>>6768553
Only if life in prison isn't at least 40% longer than the time they spent on death row. It is only more expensive per year.

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Anonymous 2015-08-11 22:12:34 No.6768580
>>6768553
>>6768561
No. Keeping someone imprisoned costs more than supporting the average child for the same amount of time. Lethal injections are a one-time time for obvious reasons. And there's literally no reason to use either lethal injections or electric chairs unless you want to let people watch a person's death. Those people probably have issues. Just shoot them, there's ways for an almost 100% assured and almost instant death, like say a shot to the medulla oblongata. If people get squeamish then use a machine. and position their heads correctly. Even if you miss that, not a lot of people survive being shot in the head at point-blank by a high-powered rifle.

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Anonymous 2015-08-11 22:15:45 No.6768594
>>6768580
Just rip their throat out.

Can't eat, they'll starve to death.

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Anonymous 2015-08-11 22:18:30 No.6768603
>>6768594
Nowhere near the same thing my friend. It's very unlikely they'll feel anything for longer than a few fractions of a second by reducing educing their heads to chunky salsa, and it's far cheaper. It's actually more humane than the electric chair in that respect.

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Anonymous 2015-08-11 22:20:05 No.6768606
>>6768594
>>6768603
Why not just go back to the old fashioned guillotine? It's reusable, just wash it off before the next guy's turn. That way you don't even have to spend money on bullets.

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Anonymous 2015-08-11 22:21:22 No.6768611
>>6768580
>>6768570

Obviously the particular costs vary case to case but you're looking at a seven digit figure of extra costs for the legal process and death row imprisonment. It's going to take a long time in jail on a life sentence to catch up with that.

http://www.nbcrightnow.com/story/15519792/what-costs-more-the-death-penalty-or-life-in-prison

Thats just one example but thats estimating $400,000 more to execute a 29 year old than imprison him.

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Anonymous 2015-08-11 22:23:21 No.6768617
>>6768606
Yes, the guillotine's actually painless for all intents and purposes and far less messy if you don't mind the blood, but how much does it cost to mantain one on working order and how many people can you kill before having to change the blade? There are also devices to drive a spike through someone's brain stem, which does basically the same thing.

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Anonymous 2015-08-11 22:30:29 No.6768637
>>6768268
Ah yes, Texas.
Where it doesn't matter if we kill someone who is guilty, just as long as someone is killed by the state on TV.

Reminder: Rick Perry is a murderer who refused to pardon a man while holding evidence that proved he was innocent.

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Anonymous 2015-08-11 22:31:19 No.6768640
spicy cheez-its

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Anonymous 2015-08-11 22:31:30 No.6768641
>>6768611
Dear christ, when did killing someone get so stupidly expensive?

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Anonymous 2015-08-11 22:32:11 No.6768646
>>6768641
When we figured out that lots of innocent people get put to death because we would rush the process.

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Anonymous 2015-08-11 22:33:12 No.6768652
A tray of baked potatoes like my mother makes.

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Anonymous 2015-08-11 22:33:41 No.6768653
>>6768611
Don't give them two attorneys. Restrict the usage of death penalty for very dire offenses with clear-cut cases, like say a school shooting. Wjy would you even keep a death row in prisons? Just kill them as soon as possible, you're mantaining a dead man otherwise. Why is bureaucratic nonsense gobbling up so much money? Organized crime seems to take a far cheaper and streamlined approach to it.

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Anonymous 2015-08-11 22:34:23 No.6768658
>>6768080
the antidote

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Anonymous 2015-08-11 22:34:38 No.6768659
>>6768556
>You do realize that not all criminals can be redeemed and that keeping someone in prison is extremely expensive, right?
You fell for the biggest misconception right in your first sentence.
It is literally 10 times more expensive to execute someone than it is to keep them in prison for life. And that doesn't even count the opportunity cost and legal fees of their multiple appeals courts.

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Anonymous 2015-08-11 22:36:17 No.6768666
>>6768653
>Restrict the usage of death penalty for very dire offenses with clear-cut cases, like say a school shooting
Except those 9/10 of those people kill themselves themselves alive before they can be captured.

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Anonymous 2015-08-11 22:36:21 No.6768668
>>6768659
Only because ot the current approach to it. There's literally no logical reason why it would be if it was done right.

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Anonymous 2015-08-11 22:37:15 No.6768670
>>6768666
Roof and Holmes

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Anonymous 2015-08-11 22:37:31 No.6768672
>>6768666
That's even better, that way you don't have to waste money on them. So kill the stupid ones for allowing themselves to be caught.

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Anonymous 2015-08-11 22:38:22 No.6768675
>>6768670
Oh boy, 2 out of a few dozen.
So a little less than 1/10.
Good job, champ.

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Anonymous 2015-08-11 22:39:01 No.6768676
>>6768646
No, but why is keeping a inmate on death row more expensive than keeping them in normal prison?

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Anonymous 2015-08-11 22:41:53 No.6768682
>>6768653
Ha.

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Anonymous 2015-08-11 22:42:00 No.6768683
>>6768668
You know that the biggest reason its so expensive is the multiple appeals courts, right?
And the appeals courts exist because the US courts were sentencing too many innocent people to death?
And even with the appeals courts, we still have people like Governor Rick Perry executing innocent people when there is evidence that proves their innocence?

So I don't understand you "literally no logical reason" or "if it was done right".

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Anonymous 2015-08-11 22:45:07 No.6768691
>>6768683
Then restrict the number of people who can be executed per annum. If people are having trouble with it then the government's getting too trigger-happy.

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Anonymous 2015-08-11 22:46:30 No.6768694
>>6768676

all the appeals and the whole process of frying somebody is really long and drawn out. takes a ton of time and money.

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Anonymous 2015-08-11 22:48:30 No.6768699
>>6768694
The latter can be trivially fixed by using a cheaper method to kill people. We figured this shit out for animals long ago, and with humans you don't even have to keep the meat intact.

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Anonymous 2015-08-11 22:51:35 No.6768708
>>6768691
A number of states haven't even executed death row inmates in decades. They basically live cozier life sentences. Really, truthfully, Texas is the one with the trigger finger, especially since like last year they celebrated having executed X number of people.

But states like California have lots of people on Death Row, but haven't executed anyone in oh... 20-25 years.

This whole year, 8 months in, only 2 people have been executed.
>An Arizona man who killed his GF and her father in 1989
and...
>A mentally ill man from Missouri who murdered his wife and one of his daughters. However, the state supreme court wanted to give him a reprieve because he was mentally ill and the Governor responded by declining the offer and having him killed.

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Anonymous 2015-08-11 22:52:54 No.6768715
>>6768699
It's not the method of killing them that's expensive, it's the entire appeals process leading up to execution that's expensive. It ties up judges and lawyers for years to prove guilt beyond a shadow of a doubt that the person is guilty and deserves to die.

It's cheaper to just give people life in prison with no chance of parole.

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Anonymous 2015-08-11 22:54:54 No.6768723
>>6768715
>beyond a shadow of a doubt that the person is guilty and deserves to die.
And even then innocent people slip through the cracks.

>It's cheaper to just give people life in prison with no chance of parole.
10x cheaper in fact.

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Anonymous 2015-08-11 23:01:14 No.6768733
>>6768708
Then don't sentence people to death if there's any ambiguity in their cases, like already-known mental illness. In order to streamline it even more, don't let people already in death sentence use a insanity defense, since they probably are just trying to not get killed and faking it anyways. And a mentally ill person who kills people with cold blood is still a murderer, so going back and wasting money for one loony is nothing but a formality. The whole point would be making it so if you are even eligible for death sentence you definitely carry at least most of the guilt.

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Anonymous 2015-08-11 23:06:17 No.6768747
>>6768715
Which is why I said "the latter" and not "the whole problem". Even if it's a tiny fraction of the expenses there's no reason to not optimize it.

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Anonymous 2015-08-11 23:09:39 No.6768765
>>6768733
>Then don't sentence people to death if there's any ambiguity in their cases, like already-known mental illness.
Yeah, that's a state problem, not a federal one.
Southern States tend to kill anyone for any reason. While other states usually don't kill people at all.

So it comes down to:
Tell Southerners to stop killing people on a state-by-state basis.

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Anonymous 2015-08-11 23:09:45 No.6768767
>>6768556
>It costs money so fuck it, let's just kill the people we don't like

What a moral high ground you're stood on there.

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Anonymous 2015-08-11 23:14:12 No.6768789
>>6768765
>>6768733
>>6768708
There was a study of one state's executions from years ago that had them having something like 8% of their executions later being proven wrong.

I really wish I could back up the details but that shit is kinda scary, even if it was only 1% that would still be too many.

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Anonymous 2015-08-11 23:15:19 No.6768797
>>6768767
Put it like this: Most people would say a killing a murderer is a forgivable crime. Why is it different when it's the government doing it? No matter. Now, you take a murderer. He's already on his way to execution. Why would you waste obscene amounts of money and time to save a piece of shit? Perphaps he wouldn't have been killed if he had been judged differently, but striving for perfection in that sort of thing is a futile effort and ultimately nobody will miss that person.

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Anonymous 2015-08-11 23:18:26 No.6768817
>>6768797
>Why would you waste obscene amounts of money and time to save a piece of shit

1. Its more expensive to kill them. You can pretend to ignore that as much as you want, but it doesn't stop it from being true.
2. It is more expensive to kill them because you need to spend all that money in court to prove beyond a shadow of a doubt that they are a piece of shit and even then, there are still innocent people who are executed.

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Anonymous 2015-08-11 23:19:32 No.6768824
>>6768797
>Most people would say a killing a murderer is a forgivable crime.

Back in a small town in Georgia in the 1930's, most people would say lynchin' a nigger isn't even a crime. Which is why we don't allow things like mob rule.

>Why would you waste obscene amounts of money and time to save a piece of shit?

Because at the point you start to think of other humans as "a piece of shit" you've lost all grasp on reality and have no compassion or morality.

Also, if I were the sort of right-wing religious person who supported the death penalty, I might also want to check out them there 10 commandments. Fairly emphatic, them.

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Anonymous 2015-08-11 23:24:28 No.6768836
bag of pepperoni slices

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Anonymous 2015-08-11 23:25:37 No.6768842
>>6768817
>1. Its more expensive to kill them. You can pretend to ignore that as much as you want, but it doesn't stop it from being true.
And you conveniently ignore the cost of both undoing the long and expensive process to put them on death sentence in the first place and then doing another one, plus any attempts that person may do at getting back at the government.

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Anonymous 2015-08-11 23:29:05 No.6768849
>>6768824
>Back in a small town in Georgia in the 1930's, most people would say lynchin' a nigger isn't even a crime. Which is why we don't allow things like mob rule.
You didn't understand the point of that sentence. Read it again.
>Because at the point you start to think of other humans as "a piece of shit" you've lost all grasp on reality and have no compassion or morality.
HAHAHAHAHA
No. You just have lived too good a life to ever know someone who deserves that title. And there are people like that. A lot of them. Hardcore moral relativism would make the penal system essentially useless, so don't even try.

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Anonymous 2015-08-11 23:32:19 No.6768861
>>6768235
kek

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Anonymous 2015-08-11 23:34:02 No.6768868
>>6768842
>>6768842
>And you conveniently ignore the cost of both undoing the long and expensive process to put them on death sentence in the first place and then doing another one
Undoing the long expensive process. Are you implying that anyone who gets tried for the death sentence should be executed, despite that nearly 10% of them are later found to be innocent?

>plus any attempts that person may do at getting back at the government.
Holy shit. This is some delusion. Can you show an example?

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Anonymous 2015-08-11 23:39:34 No.6768886
Chicken wings covered in pure capsaicin hot sauce.

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Anonymous 2015-08-11 23:41:18 No.6768888
>>6768254
>d
pfft spaghetti is a shit tier noodle. Linguine is far superior.

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Anonymous 2015-08-11 23:43:50 No.6768893
>>6768516
Death penalty costs too much. When you factor in everything it's cheaper just to imprison people for life than to kill them.

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Anonymous 2015-08-11 23:44:51 No.6768895
>Cracker and pizza Lunchables
>Slice of real cheese cake and a slice of that fake instant crap
>Beef tamales
>Skittles
>Strawberry Fanta
>Fruit Salad - Pears, peaches, grapes, apples, bannanas, almonds
>Baguette

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Anonymous 2015-08-11 23:46:22 No.6768900
>>6768570
Once you factor in 10 years of appeals it becomes more expensive by a wide margin. The US could save itself billions of dollars by eliminating the death penalty. Not to mention god knows how many hours that the courts would suddenly have freed up.

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Anonymous 2015-08-11 23:46:23 No.6768901
>>6768893
i highly doubt this. you are going to need some sources for this.


and i would want goat cheese polenta with pork tenderloin, specifically cooked by the california grill chefs in disney

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Anonymous 2015-08-11 23:46:56 No.6768903
>>6768451

They don't execute people everyday, m8

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Anonymous 2015-08-11 23:47:15 No.6768905
>>6768868
>Undoing the long expensive process
Which doesn't give you the time or money back and actually costs more.
>Are you implying that anyone who gets tried for the death sentence should be executed, despite that nearly 10% of them are later found to be innocent?
No. I am saying that people shouldn't be able to force the government into letting them go right before getting killed because their offense actually came just within a hair of deserving death sentence. As in, a serial killer and rapist shouldn't be tried again if it's discovered he's insane. An innocent person definitely should.
>Holy shit. This is some delusion. Can you show an example?
It's not delusion, it's a logical conclusion seeing how a iot of the USA is lawsuit enthusiats. Nothing but an hypothetical scenario, so feel free to disregard it.

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Anonymous 2015-08-11 23:54:36 No.6768921
>>6768905
>No. I am saying that people shouldn't be able to force the government into letting them go right before getting killed because their offense actually came just within a hair of deserving death sentence.

I don't think you understand how the appeals process works. I would really read up on it before continuing this conversation.

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Anonymous 2015-08-11 23:55:26 No.6768922
twenty strips of bacon, two chic-fil-a spicy chicken sandwiches, curly fries, and a big bowl of beef stew

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Anonymous 2015-08-11 23:59:41 No.6768930
lol

These threads always derail into an ethical argument about the death penalty.

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Anonymous 2015-08-12 00:04:35 No.6768937
>>6768921
Just read it and there was nothing I didn't already know other than the stupidity of letting the losing side make a petition for the constitution to be rewritten twice. If people getting killed over technicisms is such a common issue, the governor should take it into his own hands to give those people a pardon instead of wasting the Supreme Court's time. Perphaps you didn't understand the hyperbole in that sentence.

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Anonymous 2015-08-12 01:34:52 No.6769265
>>6768153
The only correct answer is this answer

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Anonymous 2015-08-12 06:22:11 No.6770646
A rare steak with a baked potato and coleslaw
a pint of boulevard wheat
a can of spagetti-o's so i can pour some out for Thomas j Grasso https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thomas_J._Grasso#Last_meal

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Anonymous 2015-08-12 06:41:54 No.6770675
>>6768901
Hey dumb dumb just Google "execution vs life sentence costs" or something similar. Forbes, NBC and The Economist and countless others have articles on in. It takes usually 5 or more years for the person to actually die and so much is spent on the court and lawyer costs.

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Anonymous 2015-08-12 06:45:17 No.6770685
Pussy.







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