Pennywise wrote: ↑Fri Nov 23, 2018 4:11 pmThere needs to be an example here, but in general terms, yes.mkhammer wrote: ↑Fri Nov 23, 2018 4:05 pmDo some of you guys think then that there should be absolutely no limits to what is said/done in
Public or private, long as you say...it's classified as a "Joke"
And I mean NO LIMITS...you should be able to do and say exactly what you want, when you want
and not be responsible for the outcome or other peoples feelings...
Not being argumentative here...just interested....
Just to put things in perspective, we have kids being knifed everyday, burglaries happening with no police even bothering to turn up and we're talking about having them arrest people for a fucking joke.
The world really is going mental.
Don't want people being arrested,because they've done something they feel is funny,and someone
goes ...no it's not...and bang your in jail...thats wrong.
I'm just getting at a social awareness....a lack of respect,that's gaining pace in society...
think it's cos we can all get away with shit on social media stuff,some are taking it a stage further,
like I said before,if they had had their party in the grounds of Grenfell..is that OK.
I've seen heard,stuff similar.....just shook me head and gone arseholes,and carried on,and
pretty much forgot about it.....but for some reason this has made me look and think again.
I find it disgusting and sick and i was fuckin shocked....laughing at children being burnt to
I'm sorry but people that find that "Funny" need to have a serious look at themselves,take a time
out maybe and reset..
That's why I said about the Limits.....that's mine crossed,and freely admit if I had lost someone
at Grenfell......these people would not be partying for a while.....and I think most people
would feel the same.
Do I have to accept I live in a place where anything goes,or is there a point when you can say,
That's not right...it's unacceptable..