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  #11  
Old December 20th 06, 02:59 PM posted to alt.parenting.spanking
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Default The dramatic violent crime rate drop.... The must be spankingmore - Violent crimes jump in first half of 2006

On 19 Dec 2006, 0:- wrote:

For 30 years the violent crime rate for the U.S. has risen. From about
1991-92, just a ten year span, it returned to levels in 1960.

30 years up, 10 years down.

So much for the claim of 40 years of steady decline that correlated with
the decline in spankings! ;-)

AF

  #12  
Old December 20th 06, 03:00 PM posted to alt.parenting.spanking
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Default The must be spanking more - Violent crimes jump in first halfof 2006

On Tue, 19 Dec 2006, 0:- wrote:

Doan wrote:
On Mon, 18 Dec 2006, 0:- wrote:

Doan wrote:
On 18 Dec 2006, 0:- wrote:

Doan wrote:
On Mon, 18 Dec 2006, 0:- wrote:

You aren't aware we have a population that just passed 300 million?

300,423,906, as of a few minutes ago, according to the population clock
at: http://www.census.gov/

In fact, the 2000 census showed a 13.2% increase in population in just
ONE decade. That would make the percentage of "Murders, robberies and
other violent crimes reported in the United States jumped 3.7 percent"
as an increase over the previous year kind of wimpy by comparison. And
likely pretty much a normal curve over the decade...considering the
other variables you just sort of kinda maybe forgot to include....R R R
R R R R
Hahaha! Once again, you exposed your STUPIDITY in public! It doesn't
matter what the population is, Kane. Since the rate computed is ALWAYS
per 100,000!
Yes, and it's a percentage, which matters how? Crime tends to go up in
crowded surroundings, bright boy. Go and look at the cities and towns
data.

Hahaha! Still exposing your stupidity, Kane? According to you, until
recently, crime has been declining for the past 40 years!
Nope. Never said that. Quote me exactly by link to the post, and see
what I actually said.

Here it is:

Kane:
CNN.com - FBI: Violent crime rate declines again - Oct 17, 2005
The US violent crime rate declined 2.2 percent last year, continuing a
decade-long downward trend in serious offenses, the FBI said Monday.
www.cnn.com/2005/LAW/10/17/crime.rate/index.html - 40k - Cached -
Similar pages

Was I wrong on the claim of 30 - 40 years? Depends entirely on which
crime figures you track, how far back you go, and what the methods of
collection of information were then and now.

AF:
Yup! It's all depended on what the meaning of "is" is, right? ;-)
Boy! You make Clinton looked like an amatuer!

Remember that,
Kane?
Sure. I remember that's not what I said.

Hahaha! Reagan had problem remembering too! Maybe you should be the next
president!


Here's your statement:

"According to you, until recently, crime has been declining for the past
40 years!"

Notice the word "crime" and no adjective? No "violent crime?"

So violent crime is not crime right, STUPID?

Doan

  #13  
Old December 21st 06, 02:07 AM posted to alt.parenting.spanking
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Default The must be spanking more - Violent crimes jump in first halfof 2006

Doan wrote:
On Tue, 19 Dec 2006, 0:- wrote:

Doan wrote:
On Mon, 18 Dec 2006, 0:- wrote:

Doan wrote:
On 18 Dec 2006, 0:- wrote:

Doan wrote:
On Mon, 18 Dec 2006, 0:- wrote:

You aren't aware we have a population that just passed 300 million?

300,423,906, as of a few minutes ago, according to the population clock
at: http://www.census.gov/

In fact, the 2000 census showed a 13.2% increase in population in just
ONE decade. That would make the percentage of "Murders, robberies and
other violent crimes reported in the United States jumped 3.7 percent"
as an increase over the previous year kind of wimpy by comparison. And
likely pretty much a normal curve over the decade...considering the
other variables you just sort of kinda maybe forgot to include....R R R
R R R R
Hahaha! Once again, you exposed your STUPIDITY in public! It doesn't
matter what the population is, Kane. Since the rate computed is ALWAYS
per 100,000!
Yes, and it's a percentage, which matters how? Crime tends to go up in
crowded surroundings, bright boy. Go and look at the cities and towns
data.

Hahaha! Still exposing your stupidity, Kane? According to you, until
recently, crime has been declining for the past 40 years!
Nope. Never said that. Quote me exactly by link to the post, and see
what I actually said.

Here it is:

Kane:
CNN.com - FBI: Violent crime rate declines again - Oct 17, 2005
The US violent crime rate declined 2.2 percent last year, continuing a
decade-long downward trend in serious offenses, the FBI said Monday.
www.cnn.com/2005/LAW/10/17/crime.rate/index.html - 40k - Cached -
Similar pages

Was I wrong on the claim of 30 - 40 years? Depends entirely on which
crime figures you track, how far back you go, and what the methods of
collection of information were then and now.

AF:
Yup! It's all depended on what the meaning of "is" is, right? ;-)
Boy! You make Clinton looked like an amatuer!

Remember that,
Kane?
Sure. I remember that's not what I said.

Hahaha! Reagan had problem remembering too! Maybe you should be the next
president!

Here's your statement:

"According to you, until recently, crime has been declining for the past
40 years!"

Notice the word "crime" and no adjective? No "violent crime?"

So violent crime is not crime right, STUPID?


I thought you were dumb, but that proves it better than any statement of
mine.

violent crime as opposed to NON - violent crime, stupid boy.

violent crime is a subset and what we were talking about and have been
talking about in this ng for years. Your attempts to deceive are once
again revealed as your moral and ethical lapse.

Doan

Sorry about that.
  #14  
Old December 21st 06, 03:15 PM posted to alt.parenting.spanking
Doan
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Posts: 1,380
Default The must be spanking more - Violent crimes jump in first halfof 2006

On Wed, 20 Dec 2006, 0:- wrote:

Doan wrote:
On Tue, 19 Dec 2006, 0:- wrote:

Doan wrote:
On Mon, 18 Dec 2006, 0:- wrote:

Doan wrote:
On 18 Dec 2006, 0:- wrote:

Doan wrote:
On Mon, 18 Dec 2006, 0:- wrote:

You aren't aware we have a population that just passed 300 million?

300,423,906, as of a few minutes ago, according to the population clock
at: http://www.census.gov/

In fact, the 2000 census showed a 13.2% increase in population in just
ONE decade. That would make the percentage of "Murders, robberies and
other violent crimes reported in the United States jumped 3.7 percent"
as an increase over the previous year kind of wimpy by comparison. And
likely pretty much a normal curve over the decade...considering the
other variables you just sort of kinda maybe forgot to include....R R R
R R R R
Hahaha! Once again, you exposed your STUPIDITY in public! It doesn't
matter what the population is, Kane. Since the rate computed is ALWAYS
per 100,000!
Yes, and it's a percentage, which matters how? Crime tends to go up in
crowded surroundings, bright boy. Go and look at the cities and towns
data.

Hahaha! Still exposing your stupidity, Kane? According to you, until
recently, crime has been declining for the past 40 years!
Nope. Never said that. Quote me exactly by link to the post, and see
what I actually said.

Here it is:

Kane:
CNN.com - FBI: Violent crime rate declines again - Oct 17, 2005
The US violent crime rate declined 2.2 percent last year, continuing a
decade-long downward trend in serious offenses, the FBI said Monday.
www.cnn.com/2005/LAW/10/17/crime.rate/index.html - 40k - Cached -
Similar pages

Was I wrong on the claim of 30 - 40 years? Depends entirely on which
crime figures you track, how far back you go, and what the methods of
collection of information were then and now.

AF:
Yup! It's all depended on what the meaning of "is" is, right? ;-)
Boy! You make Clinton looked like an amatuer!

Remember that,
Kane?
Sure. I remember that's not what I said.

Hahaha! Reagan had problem remembering too! Maybe you should be the next
president!
Here's your statement:

"According to you, until recently, crime has been declining for the past
40 years!"

Notice the word "crime" and no adjective? No "violent crime?"

So violent crime is not crime right, STUPID?


I thought you were dumb, but that proves it better than any statement of
mine.

violent crime as opposed to NON - violent crime, stupid boy.

"Notice the word "crime""!!! Are you so stupid??? Crime would include
BOTH violent and non-violent crime, STUPID!!!

violent crime is a subset and what we were talking about and have been
talking about in this ng for years. Your attempts to deceive are once
again revealed as your moral and ethical lapse.


Your STUPIDITY is always funny to see. That what makes you an
anti-spanking zealotS! ;-)


Doan

Sorry about that.


  #15  
Old December 21st 06, 04:55 PM posted to alt.parenting.spanking
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Default The must be spanking more - Violent crimes jump in first halfof 2006

Doan wrote:
On Wed, 20 Dec 2006, 0:- wrote:

Doan wrote:
On Tue, 19 Dec 2006, 0:- wrote:

Doan wrote:
On Mon, 18 Dec 2006, 0:- wrote:

Doan wrote:
On 18 Dec 2006, 0:- wrote:

Doan wrote:
On Mon, 18 Dec 2006, 0:- wrote:

You aren't aware we have a population that just passed 300 million?

300,423,906, as of a few minutes ago, according to the population clock
at: http://www.census.gov/

In fact, the 2000 census showed a 13.2% increase in population in just
ONE decade. That would make the percentage of "Murders, robberies and
other violent crimes reported in the United States jumped 3.7 percent"
as an increase over the previous year kind of wimpy by comparison. And
likely pretty much a normal curve over the decade...considering the
other variables you just sort of kinda maybe forgot to include....R R R
R R R R
Hahaha! Once again, you exposed your STUPIDITY in public! It doesn't
matter what the population is, Kane. Since the rate computed is ALWAYS
per 100,000!
Yes, and it's a percentage, which matters how? Crime tends to go up in
crowded surroundings, bright boy. Go and look at the cities and towns
data.

Hahaha! Still exposing your stupidity, Kane? According to you, until
recently, crime has been declining for the past 40 years!
Nope. Never said that. Quote me exactly by link to the post, and see
what I actually said.

Here it is:

Kane:
CNN.com - FBI: Violent crime rate declines again - Oct 17, 2005
The US violent crime rate declined 2.2 percent last year, continuing a
decade-long downward trend in serious offenses, the FBI said Monday.
www.cnn.com/2005/LAW/10/17/crime.rate/index.html - 40k - Cached -
Similar pages

Was I wrong on the claim of 30 - 40 years? Depends entirely on which
crime figures you track, how far back you go, and what the methods of
collection of information were then and now.

AF:
Yup! It's all depended on what the meaning of "is" is, right? ;-)
Boy! You make Clinton looked like an amatuer!

Remember that,
Kane?
Sure. I remember that's not what I said.

Hahaha! Reagan had problem remembering too! Maybe you should be the next
president!
Here's your statement:

"According to you, until recently, crime has been declining for the past
40 years!"

Notice the word "crime" and no adjective? No "violent crime?"

So violent crime is not crime right, STUPID?

I thought you were dumb, but that proves it better than any statement of
mine.

violent crime as opposed to NON - violent crime, stupid boy.

"Notice the word "crime""!!! Are you so stupid??? Crime would include
BOTH violent and non-violent crime, STUPID!!!


What is it you fail to understand about "crime" and "non-violent" crime
being different when one of them is defined in the same post?

If one says Crime, in a discussion of Violent Crime, as I was doing, is
it too taxing for you to figure out that I didn't continue to say
"Violent" with 'Crime' then the "Crime" would be non-violent crime?

violent crime is a subset and what we were talking about and have been
talking about in this ng for years. Your attempts to deceive are once
again revealed as your moral and ethical lapse.


Your STUPIDITY is always funny to see. That what makes you an
anti-spanking zealotS! ;-)


Your inability to understand the language and common usage is duly noted.


Doan

Sorry about that.



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  #16  
Old December 22nd 06, 03:52 PM posted to alt.parenting.spanking
Doan
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Default The must be spanking more - Violent crimes jump in first halfof 2006

On Thu, 21 Dec 2006, 0:- wrote:

Doan wrote:
On Wed, 20 Dec 2006, 0:- wrote:

Doan wrote:
On Tue, 19 Dec 2006, 0:- wrote:

Doan wrote:
On Mon, 18 Dec 2006, 0:- wrote:

Doan wrote:
On 18 Dec 2006, 0:- wrote:

Doan wrote:
On Mon, 18 Dec 2006, 0:- wrote:

You aren't aware we have a population that just passed 300 million?

300,423,906, as of a few minutes ago, according to the population clock
at: http://www.census.gov/

In fact, the 2000 census showed a 13.2% increase in population in just
ONE decade. That would make the percentage of "Murders, robberies and
other violent crimes reported in the United States jumped 3.7 percent"
as an increase over the previous year kind of wimpy by comparison. And
likely pretty much a normal curve over the decade...considering the
other variables you just sort of kinda maybe forgot to include....R R R
R R R R
Hahaha! Once again, you exposed your STUPIDITY in public! It doesn't
matter what the population is, Kane. Since the rate computed is ALWAYS
per 100,000!
Yes, and it's a percentage, which matters how? Crime tends to go up in
crowded surroundings, bright boy. Go and look at the cities and towns
data.

Hahaha! Still exposing your stupidity, Kane? According to you, until
recently, crime has been declining for the past 40 years!
Nope. Never said that. Quote me exactly by link to the post, and see
what I actually said.

Here it is:

Kane:
CNN.com - FBI: Violent crime rate declines again - Oct 17, 2005
The US violent crime rate declined 2.2 percent last year, continuing a
decade-long downward trend in serious offenses, the FBI said Monday.
www.cnn.com/2005/LAW/10/17/crime.rate/index.html - 40k - Cached -
Similar pages

Was I wrong on the claim of 30 - 40 years? Depends entirely on which
crime figures you track, how far back you go, and what the methods of
collection of information were then and now.

AF:
Yup! It's all depended on what the meaning of "is" is, right? ;-)
Boy! You make Clinton looked like an amatuer!

Remember that,
Kane?
Sure. I remember that's not what I said.

Hahaha! Reagan had problem remembering too! Maybe you should be the next
president!
Here's your statement:

"According to you, until recently, crime has been declining for the past
40 years!"

Notice the word "crime" and no adjective? No "violent crime?"

So violent crime is not crime right, STUPID?
I thought you were dumb, but that proves it better than any statement of
mine.

violent crime as opposed to NON - violent crime, stupid boy.

"Notice the word "crime""!!! Are you so stupid??? Crime would include
BOTH violent and non-violent crime, STUPID!!!


What is it you fail to understand about "crime" and "non-violent" crime
being different when one of them is defined in the same post?

Hahaha! Crime included woth "violent-crime" and "non-violent" crime.

If one says Crime, in a discussion of Violent Crime, as I was doing, is
it too taxing for you to figure out that I didn't continue to say
"Violent" with 'Crime' then the "Crime" would be non-violent crime?

Hihihi! Oh what tangled web we weaved...

violent crime is a subset and what we were talking about and have been
talking about in this ng for years. Your attempts to deceive are once
again revealed as your moral and ethical lapse.


Your STUPIDITY is always funny to see. That what makes you an
anti-spanking zealotS! ;-)


Your inability to understand the language and common usage is duly noted.

Your STUPIDITY and tendency to lie at all cost is duly noted! ;-)

KKKKKK


Doan

Sorry about that.



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