Would you ever celebrate someone's death?

Could you ever see yourself feeling vindicated by someone's death? Someone who has deeply hurt you? Someone who has done horrible things? Someone you disagreed with strongly?

Or even then would you consider it crass to rejoice in someone's passing?

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Yes. Child abusers should be put to death.... and anyone that would ever hurt my family.

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@2806782

Do you mean "family" or "extended family", your dad had three other wives, after all?

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@2806849

Your mother was a hamster aned your father smelt of elderberries.

EDIT: I'm also blody hungry, again.

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@2806855

It still remains mysteriously close, in the written form. I really need some food right now. Anybody killed a sweet koala laltely?!

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@2806858

I will be the first to die.

From underdose.

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@2806861

I doubt he will have the funding.

@2806861

OK guys just get one of those new dogs trainrd to jump on your chest until you are revived..h smilie

I wouldn't celebrate, but I will admit to feeling a sense of relief when someone like Manson is permanently out of the picture.

I'm pretty sure not. The celebrations in this country bothered me, for instance, when Osama bin Laden was killed.

There are some people's death I would not feel any sorrow over though, for sure.

@Piper2 I'm pretty sure not. The celebrations in this country bothered me, for instance, when Osama bin Laden was killed...

Osama bin Laden is dead, because United States of America decided to frame him. The truth behind killing all of those people in WTC? Well, ask Pentagon, as they decided to have a strike on their own building. Nine out of ten workers didn't show up that day... Makes one wonder, especially when the so-called "plane" or whatever just hit one particular section of the building. Where all of the accounts had been held. Somehow... Poof! Extraordinary indidence, taking account, that just week before those same accounts were needed for an Congressial hearing. I'm obviously not saying anything here, because I don'r want to join the dead, but...

@ZonkeyBalls Osama bin Laden is dead, because United States of America decided to frame him. The truth behind killing all of...

Okay, Zonkey. I've heard most of the theories about why my own country's government was responsible for that horrendous tragedy.

@Piper2 Okay, Zonkey. I've heard most of the theories about why my own country's government was responsible for that...

It's the same, tragically effective, reason why Russia needed a second war in 1995. Distraction, public support, distraction. If you think I somehow said "distraction" twice, you are mistaken. Those two are actually seperate things. What Russians did was - not in the same magnitude as 9/11 - blow up two of their own apartment buildings, and subsequently blamed the fault on terrorists from Afganistan, which obviously turned everybody from looking backwards... As the rest of the country was going to shit at the time. The IT crash and the upcoming congressional hearing about certain projects' fundings... Well... Yep.

No, not in the sense you have presented.

There are circumstances though in which death might be considered a blessing. Sometimes it seems that we treat our terminally ill pets with more compassion than their terminally ill masters!

No death should be celebrated.

Stuff happens, but I wouldn't be happy about it if I had to take care of someone that's attacked my family, friends, and way of life. Far from it if said person gets killed for it. I'd try to move on, but memories especially death, are never erased, overwritten, but not trully forgotten as one likes.

@Walt_OReagun

That's not even the version in the silly movie, that's horrible.

Yes, I do that often for Game of Thrones characters, I was so happy when Ramsey Bolton was killed by his own hounds.

J can't think of anyone I hate that much. I know there are many people I would not care about if they end up dead.

Celebrate? No, but there are some that I would feel relieved that they are no longer around. Hitler and Ted Bundy come immediately to mind.

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@2806928

Well he finally kicked the bucket - why didn't they kill him as soon as they caught him? I wonder how much money it took to support that fool in jail for soo long?

Born: November 12, 1934, Cincinnati, OH
Died: November 19, 2017, Bakersfield, CA

Not a chance in hell. Everyone's death takes something from us. Imagine how things would be different if Lincoln had never been assassinated? The loss is felt very heavily no matter who it is.

I wouldn’t have time to celebrate it, but I’d be happy about the death of terrorists and rapists.

Yes,if they were Evil. I would be happy to know they couldn't ,repeat their Evil deeds again.

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