Most of the punishments in present day society are of a physical or finacial nature, imprisonment, executions, traffic tickets, fines etc...
Periodically in the past shame was an important part of the justice system as well. The Scarlette Letter would probably be the most well known example, or the stocks people would be locked in placed in the center of town.
So expounding on this theme, a group of my friends came up with the idea to color code people. Color is such a big issue , why not let it work for us? Example: take all child molesteres and dye their skin... lets say purple. So everywhere they go people will know what they've done. It's like the sex offender registry that you dont have to have a computer for
Lets take theifs and make them.... bright yellow. Drug dealers can be green. You get the picture
So here's my wacky social experiment. It may not be feasible or logical, but it is fun.
ever hear of Cruel and Unusual punishment? I think this would fall into the unusual department....effective? maybe....
by flagostomos 7 years ago
I need some volunteersI'm putting the call out to the community to participate in a social experiment. I have had this idea for quite some time now, and I feel the Hub Pages community would be perfect to help me. Don't worry, all I require is a few minutes of your time.Here are the parameters:The...
by Linda Myshrall 9 years ago
Sorry, the URL you are attempting to submit is not valid on our system. The HP button is automatically inserting the URL for me, so I don't think that's messed up. so... ?I've tried a handful of hubs and it won't take any of them... It hates me -or- I'm not clear on the concept. ...
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