Things That Go Bump In Broad Friggin' Daylight

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  1. il ragno Proud American Deplorable

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    ...no, I mean "monsters". Take the case of this creature - Frank Yeager. If they'd hired him to wear the Jason hockey mask way back when - and then removed it at the end of the movie for the big shock-reveal.....the MPAA would've taken one look at that mug and pulled their R rating for an NC-17.

    I would imagine that living next door to a beaut like this would be pretty nerve-wracking, but to have him wander into your real-estate agency on a slow Tuesday afternoon, asking for you to show him a house, would set off every terror-alarm evolution had ever wired into your brain.

    That's the problem with lumbering outcasts like the Frankenstein monster, seeking love and understanding from an uncaring world.....in the movies there's usually a hunchback whipping him half the time, and only the blind man treats him humanely, so naturally you feel great sympathy for him.

    In real life, however, he's surrounded by crushed beer cans and he's got a massive hard-on hanging out of his overalls. Which, uh, complicates things somewhat.
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    Holy hell, what is that thing?! Definitely makes me think that Cesare Lombroso was onto something. I don't know what the exact case is here, but something is definitely going VERY wrong or missing in the RNA transcription department.

    A little more about Lombroso for the unaware:

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    Biological Explanations
    A significant development in criminological thinking was the advent of positivism. A central theme of positivist thinking was the need to apply scientific methods and principles to the study of both society and human behaviour. In terms of criminal behaviour, positivism asserted that the causes of such behaviour were rooted in the biology and physiology of the criminal. The criminal was therefore seen as being different from 'normal' law-abiding citizens and if criminals could be identified there was a possibility that crime could be reduced, perhaps even eliminated from society (Newburn 2007:121).
    Cesare Lombroso (1835 - 1909)
    Lombroso is considered the 'father' of modern criminology. Williams (2004) argues that this is a reasonable claim because Lombroso's work influenced the study of crime and the criminal through a scientific approach using direct empirical evidence and careful analysis. Lombroso was a doctor who became a specialist in psychiatry and was a professor of legal medicine at the University of Turin (Vold, Bernard and Snipes, 1998). Lombroso studied the cadavers of executed criminals and, in his book The Criminal Man (1876), he argued that criminals are biological reversions to an earlier stage of evolution and thus are more primitive and less evolved than law-abiding individuals. He used the term 'atavistic' to describe offenders and claimed that research proves them to be physically different from people of conventional values and behaviour (Lilly, Cullen and Ball, 2002). Lombroso identified the criminals' physical abnormalities as unusually shaped jaws, ears and noses, excessively long arms and an abundance of wrinkles (an ape-like appearance).
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    However, these findings have been rejected due to methodological flaws. The criminals in his study were Sicilians, who are known to have different physical appearances to Italians. Also, some were severely mentally ill, which could have affected their appearance. Therefore, Lombroso's concept of biological determinism is no longer taken seriously. Even he recognised, later in his career, that sociological influences may impinge on criminality.
    To read more about Lombroso's work and in particular his perspective on female offenders read the chapter "The female born criminal" by Lombroso & Ferrero in T. Newburn (2009) Key Readings in Criminology Cullompton: Willan
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    Despite the fact that Lombroso's work was widely criticised, the view that criminals and non-criminals were biologically distinct continued.
    "Criminals are organically inferior. Crime is the resultant of the impact of environment upon low-grade human organisms. It follows that the elimination of crime can be effected only by the extirpation of the physically, mentally and morally unfit or by their complete segregation in a socially aseptic environment"
    (Earnest Hooten, American anthropologist writing in the 1930s quoted in Brown et al 2004:249 from Newburn 2007:127).

    This notion of biological difference and inferiority continued in the work of William Sheldon (1949). Sheldon argued that there is a relationship between body build and temperament, and shifted the attention from adults to young male offenders. He claimed that the human embryo has three layers of tissue, which create organs that lead to three body types, each with its associated personality traits (Williams, 2004).
    • Endoderm is the inner layer. It develops into the digestive system and soft rounded contours. People with this body type have a short neck, high shoulders, short arms and legs, soft skin, lack of hair on their chest and tend to be bald. According to Sheldon, the endomorphic person seeks relaxation and comfort and will be friendly and sociable.
    • Mesoderm is the middle layer. It evolves into bones and muscles. The mesomorphic person has a large muscular body, or is heavily built. He is very active, does not tire easily, is self-confident, walks straight, is aggressive and speaks loudly. He likes adventure and taking risks. The mesomorphic person lives for the present and does not think of future.
    • Ectoderm is the outer layer. It creates the nervous system. The ectomorphic person is lean with prominent bones, has a small face and a sharp nose. The ectomorphic person is introverted, restrained, a loner, not good in social encounters, sensitive, anxious and sad.
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    Sheldon compared 200 young male offenders who were in rehabilitation centres in Boston between 1939-1949 with 200 students who were the control group of non-offenders. He classified the physiques of the boys (15 to 21 years old) by measuring the degree to which they possessed a combination of the three body types (Burke, 2004). He concluded that the offenders were more mesomorphic and lower in ectomorphic characteristics.
    This study was replicated by Glueck and Glueck (1950) who compared 500 young offenders with 500 young non-offenders. They found that 61% of the offenders and 31% of non-offenders were mesomorphic. They concluded that the mesomorphic characteristics were indicative of more physical aggression (Williams, 2004).
    These studies were heavily criticised for their research methods. They did not use a random sample but chose people in institutions. They also used subjective criteria for including people in the sample. As with previous researchers who focused solely on biological causes for criminality, they neglected sociological and psychological factors.
    Chromosome Abnormality
    Another category of biological explanation for crime considers abnormality of the genetic structures of offenders. Human beings have 23 pairs of chromosomes. The sex of a person is determined by one of these pairs. The normal female has XX and a male has XY. However, in some men there is an extra chromosome. Studies, which looked at incarcerated offenders, focused on individuals with an XYY chromosome structure. An assumption was made that XYY is a sign of extra maleness and will cause greater aggression and these individuals will be more involved in crime.
    Several points of criticism have been raised of these genetic structure studies. Firstly, almost all of the research has focused on inmates in mental hospitals and has revealed more about mental illness than criminality. Secondly, there is no identifiable XYY chromosome, thus the concept is not useful in predicting criminal behaviour. Thirdly, it is argued that young XYY males are over-represented in prisons simply because they are strongly built and may be considered more threatening. Finally, there are thousands of normal and harmless individuals in the general population who have an extra Y chromosome (Burke, 2005).
    Twin Studies
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    Attempts to look at the influence of genetics over environment have studied twins as a means of trying to find answers. Identical twins (monozygotic) are genetically identical and non-identical twins (dizygotic) are no different from other sets of siblings. Studies undertaken in this area (for example, Lang 1929; Christiansen 1977; Dalgaard & Kringlen 1976 all cited in Newburn 2007:135) purported to show higher levels of criminal concordance amongst identical than non-identical twins, supposedly showing the influence of genetics. However, in such studies it is impossible to separate out the influence of genetics and the influence of environment.

    As we can see, there is a significant history of trying to find genetic or biological explanations for crime. Perhaps it is comforting to think that those who engage in criminal behaviour are somehow different and that crime could be eradicated if a 'criminal gene' could be identified. The criticisms of such work are manifold from problems with research methodology through to moral concerns about notions of determinism and the shadow of eugenics. However, work does continue in this area with focus on neurological issues (for example Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder), hormones and nutrition.
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    What stupid woman would believe that this sling-blade motherfucker could hold a job that would generate enough income to pay a $1000-$1500/mo. mortgage on that house?

    Dumb bitch. Maybe next time a nigger will get her.
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    Comparing the two mugshots only further proves that "God" really does hate some people. He even had to start going bald on top of everything else wrong with his ugly mug. Thousands of years of evolutionary "coincidence" via mating somehow produced that. What's the point of all this again?

    Hopefully he's just really inbred.

    On one hand, I'm thinking "well, if I looked like him, I would probably grunt and try to rape stuff, too." On the other hand, maybe he could have attained more success if he just had a different agent. I'm sure the CIA or someone in the Illuminati would happily blow millions in an attempt to weaponize his sperm. Project CYCLOPS.

    All you would need is to get him in the same room with Hunter Wallace and a video camera and you would have 95% of Goonies 2.
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    I dunno.....the more I read about this guy, the sadder I feel for him.




    He clearly needs help, not torture and isolation. Being locked up for 10 to 20 years for planning to do something you never did seems awfully Orwellian, and I'm not reassured by reader comments in the various newspapers carrying the story, which mostly translate into: "Ugh! Look at that fucking FACE! He's evil, I tells ya!"

    I can't help but think if he looked like you or me, he'd've been sternly threatened by the cops, put on a surveillance list, or possibly been sentenced to observation and intense psychiatric counseling. But locked up with the key thrown out - and then the appeal laughed off? Wouldn't that require a severely damaged victim at the very least?

    I wonder if the appellate court judge explained his decision with a curt

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    Not much worse than the average nigger. However the kikes train people not to be repulsed by shaved apes.
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    Can't he just hire a prostitute to act out his fantasy?

    @Neil Pye everyone has their moral price, money can buy anything.
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    The word for that is "conspiracy". The intent was made very clear by the evidence found. Sorry, but the whole "gud boi / dindu" defense is not applicable here, no matter how badly we feel for him.
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    Missed his calling, would have fit right in a biker gang.
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    "200 roses? Yeah, ok. Are you down for some crazy stuff? Skiing and rock climbing? No, no, no... nothing like that. What kind of sick bastard do you take me for? I just want to make sure its cool if I inject you with sedatives before I strangle you with a lamp cord. Maybe shoot you a couple times, you know? Huh. Ok. How much extra are we talking? Wow. Damn."
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    The big difference between Anglo-Saxon justice systems and European continental justice systems is that the accused only has to confess in the first system, and in the second system there has to be evidence. In both cases having a shitty lawyer will get you convicted no matter what, but in the case of mr. Ugly Stick his lawyer must have been made out of total crap.

    An ugly man who writes down rape fantasies spends 20 years in jail, a woman becomes a millionaire for doing the same. Life isn't fair.

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    Dude, he didn't just write down fantasies. He had a full-on rape kit in his possession, he tried to lure the broad to a vacant house where he was lying in wait, and when that didn't work he showed up at her workplace(!)

    Look, I feel bad for the guy's appearance and the anguish that it's caused him, but that shit he pulled is intent to commit a crime, sob story or not. He openly confessed to his plans and he deserves every bit of what he got for it.
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    Any woman / prostitute that would allow him vaginal entry would be so repulsive and unkempt that even he would say "ah hell no way!" and resign himself to an evening of a locked bedroom door with Top 40 pop music blaring to mask the sounds of an intense masturbation session.

    The only way he would ever be able to have sexual contact with a seemingly normal woman is to fabricate a story about being a Marine who face-planted on an IED and saved his platoon on that hazy day in Mosul. Surely some patriot twat would give him a handie or blowie out of guilt once he informs her that he got his face blown off for HER rights and HER freedom. HOO-RAH!
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    I never said "let him out"....I said transfer him from a prison to a looney bin.
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    I honestly don't see why we should pay to house and feed someone too deranged and violent to avoid a career as a serial killer. If this asshole targeted a girl who tormented him about his appearance or did something to wrong him, I might feel a little sympathy. It just seems like there's a world of difference between insane anger and cold, calculated sadism directed at strangers.

    Besides, did you ever talk to anybody who was in a state mental hospital? Most people who successfully cop an insanity defense end up wishing like hell that they were in general population where they could play video games, buy drugs and possibly even assfuck someone with generic brand Kool-Aid eyeliner and a wig made from a mop head.

    Once you get into a place for the criminally insane, concepts like parole and prisoner rights go right out the window. All it takes is for a single doctor to jot a note that he feels you are still a danger to yourself or someone else and they can keep you indefinitely. And the orderlies who work in those places are generally guys who are unable to secure work as a corrections officer for whatever reason.
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    Finally read the entire article posted.

    IMO, his parents were desperate for a child, but created a psychological monster.

    He belongs in a psychiatric hospital, not prison.

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