Should one person be punished or rewarded because of something someone else has done?
No, because we are an individual and we have responsibilities in the society we are living in as an individual not a group. Imagine if you can pin somebody if you kill someone.
by Emile R21 months ago
There's two sayings. No good deed goes unrewarded and no good deed goes unpunished. I don't have evidence that either is true.I handed a homeless woman money on the way home from work yesterday and I got to thinking...
by Jill Kostowskie6 years ago
Let me start by saying I have 2 children of my own, a girl age 9 and a boy age 6, my fiance has a boy age 9, and togethter we have a 2 1/2 year old. We find ourselves at odds alot of the time about punishments...
by aka-dj4 years ago
I heard a Muslim woman teach a section of the Koran, and in that monologue, she stated something to the effect that Muslims may enter heaven through torture, and some without.I guess, a "good" Muslim will...
by Michael Collins3 years ago
Do we (Americans) have freedom of speech? If so should Joan Rivers’s apologies for what she said? Can we learn from this and other people who say what they think without considering the consequences while you have...
by kschang5 years ago
Right now flagging is a purely voluntary activity that relies on the altruism of members. What if we make it reward / penalty based instead? If you flag properly (i.e. HP staff agrees), you are allowed to flag more, and...
by garrettdixon5 years ago
Can anyone tell me a reason not to believe in capital punishment?
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