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Twisted thug feed's a kitten to python in a sick Video

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posted on Dec, 5 2011 @ 03:11 AM

Originally posted by JessopJessopJessop

Originally posted by v1rtu0s0
reply to post by ofhumandescent

I couldn't agree more.

Really, you read her post and couldn't agree more?

Well then it looks like I've been wrong all along. It seems everyone I've been arguing with have been right in their arguments. People only care because a kitten has fur and looks cute. And wishing harm upon reptiles is now morally acceptable is it?

I despair. I really do.

Yeah it kind of sucks to see what we saw doesnt it?

Originally posted by JessopJessopJessop
How you can reduce this argument to America and global opinion of Americans is beyond me, but shows ultimately why you have 0 stars and why your inane ramblings have been largely ignored

edit on 4-12-2011 by JessopJessopJessop because: (no reason given)

Does that really mean anything? Is it signifigant in any real way at all? I ask because as of now his post has two stars to your still NONE. So I ask why you mention it. Does it speak to his validity as a person or the credibility of his post or looking back is it something you wish you had not written to only get no stars for?

Originally posted by southunder
Yes, depraved and sick and psychopathic, like a sniff movie, he should be tried, the sick stupid

Please god tell me you meant snuff.

posted on Dec, 5 2011 @ 03:15 AM

Originally posted by BCN2ATS
reply to post by Algernonsmouse

I's Seen more "wrong" Becaue Cats are a Domesticated Animal, Better being pets than a Snakes Meal.

Thank god you said that because it that argument has not been presented for a few pages. So for the 900th time, cows and chickens are domesticated. Please explain how that helps.

And why film it? Thats the only thing I have a probolem with.

That probably would have been an interesting topic for a thread right there. Maybe someone will start one.

posted on Dec, 5 2011 @ 03:25 AM

Originally posted by e11888
A cat is not a rat either. Cats are intelligent. Rats kind of just sit there.

It is great to feel but sometimes even better to also think.

smart rats

Watch that rat outsmart that snake.
Getting the funny part of your statement yet?

posted on Dec, 5 2011 @ 03:28 AM

Originally posted by v1rtu0s0
Cats save lives: l5l0

Snakes take lives: 1089l4.6l10l0

A cat will save your life while a snake will take it. A snake really doesn't care. That's the difference.

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edit on 4-12-2011 by v1rtu0s0 because: (no reason given)

While I do not have any youtube videos of it, I wonder if you will attempt to challenge the fact that cats take human lives too.
Do you have the rate of deaths by snake compared to death by cat worldwide?

posted on Dec, 5 2011 @ 03:32 AM

Originally posted by Saucerwench
I don't understand people who stand by "and call 911" when a python is strangling their family member. All you do is drive a butcher knife or screw driver with hammer, into the middle of the demon's head. Or cut off the head. Done. Snakes are killing machines and nothing more. They don't have loyalty, they don't play with you, they don't cuddle up to you when you are sad (like my cats do with me) they are --perfect-- psychopaths without intelligence. Just like this gender-indeterminate (incubus or succubus) making the videos. Snakes should be regarded as sources of leather and meat and -banned- as anything else, or a hefty fine and prison sentence.

If you ever see a snake killing me, please do not help. I do not want to be stabbed to death while being killed by a snake. That sounds like no fun at all. You know where the snake is going to be right?

posted on Dec, 5 2011 @ 03:47 AM

Originally posted by flexy123

As horrible meat farms are (which i do indeed realize) one on a meat farm would DELIBERATELY torture and slowly kill an animal just for the sake of entertainment.

HOLY CRAP are you way the hell off on that.

Please do yourself a favor and look into the cruelty that happens on meat farms, particularly poultry. Yes, deliberate acts of torture just for the sake of entertanment.


Some do it for profit an convenience.
More graphic content.

posted on Dec, 5 2011 @ 03:57 AM

Originally posted by v1rtu0s0
reply to post by BagBing

We're talking about DOMESTICATED animals that people keep as pets that CANNOT survive in the wild.

Read the thread before you jump to conclusions.

So was he. All those animals are domesticated as well as kept as pets. Need more youtube videos?

As I've mentioned, cats have saved peoples lives. Snakes on the other hand have taken alot of peoples lives.

So have cats.

While a snake does not know any better, the snake is much like the psychopath who performed this experiment. Are you a snake?

Still waiting for any one of you to explain how you were able to diagnose a mental illness from the information you were given and the qualifications you hold.

posted on Dec, 5 2011 @ 04:03 AM

Originally posted by flexy123
I just need to follow the 25 sad pages of this thread and pick up the number of people who think this video and the guy in it is "normal"..respective try to side with this guy with reasoning out of their ###....then i have the diagnosis.

Considering there is not a single post claiming this guy or the video are normal you are apparently talking out of your ass. I am guessing by that sentence you do not understand what the word diagnosis actually means.

As someone said a few posts earlier, its pointless to debate with people like you.

And yet you, much like them, are about to do just that. Says something very interesting about you.

You are either a) still very young and immature and "one day you might get it" (which would kind of excuse you) or
b) the internet and youtube and whatnot already fried your brain in some way.

Yep that is probably it. Given you are basing this all on some things no one in this thread ever stated and applying it specifically to me it has a great deal of value and I take it to heart, honest.

A typical answer in this thread would be "why not a cat?" which shows a CLEAR mind-set..and i am thanking God that not ALL people [yet] are so screwed up in their minds. As i said earlier..if you are already asking "why not a cat" and try to defend this video/guy with your bizarre "pseudo logic"..then i think its already WAYY to late for you and i also dont have a desire to even engage in a conversation with you. The least i could expect from a halfway sane person would be a something like a moral or a feel of "good/bad"...or responsibility...or maturity...and if you don't have this (in particular responsibility

posted on Dec, 5 2011 @ 04:06 AM

Originally posted by RevelationGeneration
reply to post by Dembow

Dogs and cats are domesticated animals that do not live in the wild. So no they cannot be grouped in with wild predators.

Yes they do. That is the very definition of feral.

posted on Dec, 5 2011 @ 04:12 AM

Originally posted by GogoVicMorrow
reply to post by Algernonsmouse

The guy in this video has drowned a cat, fed one to a snake, and smothered two in a plastic bag..
Just sayin' never gonna make your point in this thread.

If this thread and the arguments in it were about some kid who has killed several cats in differeny ways you would be onto something. Unfortunately the first 20 pages of this thread do not agree it is about what you have all decided it is now about. Too bad the OP did not change to reflect this new storyline. I will stick to the topic of this one video of this one incident as that is afterall, the topic of this thread. I look forward to yours.

posted on Dec, 5 2011 @ 04:36 AM

Originally posted by GogoVicMorrow
reply to post by Algernonsmouse

Owning animals is pretty natural actually.

No there is nothing natural about it at all. Do you all just redefine words in order to make your case? I was not told that was an option. I think you are confusing "accepted" with "natural."
I wonder what the most natural part of a leash or feeding a dog ground up horse cartilage seems to the owned dog.

It's just life. People have kept animals (including dogs) for tens of thousands of years. Animals and insects do the same thing more often for food though.

No, animals do not do it. You are now confusing a coopertaive or sybiotic relationship with ownership. If you plan on mentioning aphids you already lost.

posted on Dec, 5 2011 @ 04:37 AM

Originally posted by GogoVicMorrow
reply to post by Algernonsmouse

What are the natural predators of cats?

Dogs, foxes, hawks, raccoons, bigger cats, humans, etc.
Did you really think cats were at the top of the food chain?

posted on Dec, 5 2011 @ 04:39 AM

Originally posted by GogoVicMorrow
reply to post by Algernonsmouse

Wait, a few pages back you said you didn't watch the video, then someone called you out and said they bet you did and you admonished them for not reading your previous post and said you didn't again.Then in the post I'm replying to here you describe what you did or didn't see in the video.

How can anyone take you serious if you are mixing up your story and lying?

edit on 5-12-2011 by GogoVicMorrow because: (no reason given)

Why are you lying? Why did you not quote the post you claim is proof I am a liar? Probably because I never said any such thing.

You really need to resort to this kind of blatant lie now? That must mean your argument has merit and is winning.

posted on Dec, 5 2011 @ 04:42 AM

Originally posted by flexy123
Cats are domesticated animals which live WITH and AMONGST humans. They are former wild-cats which evolved into domesticated pets because humans kept them. If people would not have had cats as pets since who knows how many wouldn't exist today.
edit on 5-12-2011 by flexy123 because: (no reason given)

Gosh thanks Mr. Wizard for that completely irrelevant bit of common information that I believe I pointed out myself in a post several pages back with the egyptians. What are you trying to prove with this?
Cows are domesticated animals and if you need a video of them living with people as pets, I already posted several.

posted on Dec, 5 2011 @ 04:43 AM

Originally posted by Noobastronomer
So your telling me a "Serial Killer" must be helped rather than get punished for all the lives he's taken???..If one really needs help..he/she should seek it before committing such crimes

What serial killer are you talking about?
When the hell did I say anything about helping and not punishing a serial killer?

Are you all this crazy that you cannot have a logical conversation? How many posts in a row is this that I have responded to completely made up things?
I never said any such thing and to argue against it tells me you had no argument against what I actually did say.

posted on Dec, 5 2011 @ 04:45 AM

Originally posted by flexy123
Algernonsmouse, go get troll-face as your avatar. Your write ridiculous things and i think you do it for the sole purpose of arguing and trolling.

Nothing ridiculous about what you wrote though. In fact, unlike you and many others I will refrain from personally attacking you because you refuse to agree with me. Thank you very much though for helping to further the case that all the so called humanitarians in this thread are some of the rudest and meanest people I have ever come across.

posted on Dec, 5 2011 @ 04:47 AM

Originally posted by flexy123
So..obviously all the media outlets (in the UK) but meanwhile also in Germany, all over Europe (the world?) who are literally outraged about this single incident and literally call that person "sick sadist"...they are all making a fuss about nothing....and the outrage in many thousands of other people on the internet is ALSO not based on anything's all just a lot of hype about nothing, right? (Because YOU don't think so, and all the news, media and thousands of other people on the net must be wrong). I see.

No I believe they are all making the correct argument by pointing out what was wrong was the apparent intention if indeed this is some serial cat killer videotaper. Unfortunately, this thread did not make that argument. It really wants to now though, after 20 pages of failing where it was.

posted on Dec, 5 2011 @ 04:54 AM

Originally posted by GogoVicMorrow
reply to post by Algernonsmouse

Actually mice and rats are carriers of toxoplasmosis. You get it not from cat bites, at least to my knowledge, but from handling litter boxes and cat feces. It gets into cats from mice though..

I did not say you get that from cat bites. Did you think I was saying cat scratch fever from cat bites too? You get fatal bacterial infections from cat bites. You get the toxo from the crap. I am not sure why you think I said differently.

The fact that it gets into cats from mice is supposed to mean mice are more diseased? Is someone who is HIV infected less infected than the person they got it from just because they were on the receiving end or does reality not quite work that way?

Mice, rats, and cats. So the point that rats carry disease as opposed to cats is wrong.

Also.. you may have been making two distinct points, but toxoplasmosis infection has nothing to do with "cat scratch fever." People with it show no real symptoms, just some over all lifestyle variation correlations. Also a possible increased risk of schizophrenia.
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I am starting to worry about your reading comprehension ability. 3 seperate sentences about 3 seperate things. I never said taht the bacterial infection, toxoplasmosis, and cat scratch fever were all the same. Jesus did you even read what I responded to? I was pointing out that cats are not exactly the pristine sterile little objects that poster was trying to claim they were as an argument to their value over mice.

posted on Dec, 5 2011 @ 04:59 AM

Originally posted by GogoVicMorrow
reply to post by ErroneousDylan

Yeah.. I should have clarified, people with toxoplasmosis have no real symptoms. I don't really know about so called cat scratch fever.

symptoms of toxoplasmosis

What can it lead to?

Why do some people develop severe problems from toxo?

Few people with toxo develop symptoms because the immune system usually keeps the parasite from causing illness. However, anyone with a compromised immune system is at risk for serious problems from toxo. These individuals include those undergoing chemotherapy, people with HIV/AIDS or other immune disorders, and recent organ-transplant recipients.

In these people, an infection that occurred anytime during life can reactivate and cause the severe symptoms of toxoplasmosis such as damage to the eye, brain, or other organs.

Ocular toxoplasmosis, which damages the eyes, can lead to reduced vision, blurred vision, pain (often with bright light), redness of the eye, and sometimes tearing, according to the CDC.

Now I certainly expect you to back up the obviosuly forthcoming claim that immuno-suppressed people are pretty rare anyway so it is not like a real disease.

posted on Dec, 5 2011 @ 06:20 AM
reply to post by Algernonsmouse

Still arguing to argue. Toxoplasma is very rare to cause problems and consider around 2.3 billion + people are likely infected with it. Then if it becomes Toxoplasmosis it is still rare to cause serious problems except in special cases. So I stand by my statement. If it was that bad (most people don't even know they have it, if you have cats and change the litterbox you may very well have it) then I think 2.3 billion people would be very concerned and people would hear about it a little more. Agreed?
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