The problem is, and I hate to admit it, the burglar does have a right to sue, I've heard a lot of those types of stories, and I'm not a fan of them b/c I think it is incredibly screwed up, anytime you get hurt on someone else's property you have the right to sue, except in rare cases where they have applied to have electric fences, guard dogs, etc, and post signs in regards to them, which is really stupid, if you break into my house, ur not making it out of there w/ something broken, and if you try to sue me for it I'd laugh in your face before breaking something else, I understand that the laws are designed to protect us, but why does it always seem like that concept applies more to the criminals than the victims? And if that doesn't beat all, going to prison is practically like a resort these days, 3 squares a day, a library, gym, time outside in the yard, internet access, cable television, and that's only some of it, frankly I'm tempted to go do something horrible so I can live rent free in jail, sure I can't leave, but let's face it, how many of us actually leave the house all that often? And don't even get me started on the idiots awaiting capital punishment, it's near disgraceful how long it takes.
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Today I shall be meeting with interference, ingratitude, insolence, disloyalty, ill-will, and selfishness-all of them due to the offenders' ignorance of what is good and evil.
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