Quote# 2973

I'd say if a thief causes people to starve, [cutting] a hand off is a merciful retort that keeps others alive.

jpholding, Theology Web 11 Comments [5/1/2003 12:00:00 AM]
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I think he's being too liberal. Thieves should have an arm cut off, not hands.

6/1/2007 11:27:01 PM


You'd be real popular in Saudi Arabia, jp.

6/2/2007 10:40:42 AM


How, do people eat said hand?

8/28/2008 2:29:25 PM

El Guapo

"merciful retort" sounds like the name of a New Wave band.

8/28/2008 2:40:07 PM


And then, obviously, they can eat the hand, and stay alive. Oh my god, it works so well!

11/30/2008 11:58:11 PM


You know, you could have just said, "Use a flail on the thief for five minutes straight." No need to start lopping off limbs and such. And what if the thief was stealing food so he could feed his family?

12/1/2008 1:11:58 AM

Tomby Stone

Cutting off the hand doesn't work, they can still steal donuts by sticking the stump through the hole.

12/1/2008 2:15:03 AM


Maybe we should cut the hands off of dumbasses on the Internet. Nah, we'd need all the metal in the world to keep our blades sharp.

12/23/2015 1:43:11 PM


"[cutting] a hand off is a merciful retort that keeps others alive."

12/23/2015 6:25:17 PM


Because the said thief is constantly around taking the persons food away just as they are about to eat it.

Imagine living in this world. If you lost a hand due to warring, accident or industrial dangers every stranger would look at you as if you were a thief the rest of your life.

12/24/2015 5:25:13 AM

What if the thief is the one who's starving?

12/24/2015 2:59:54 PM

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