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Breaking wind is set to be made a crime in an African country

It’s about time! People who do that in public should be penalized. Anyone
who’s ever been in a public area where some pig starts letting loose knows
what I’m talking about

p.s. to Patrick: If you and Dale don’t live in Malawi, you both would be
serving life sentences.

 http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1351174/African-country-set-m… government of Malawi plan to punish persistent offenders ‘who foul theair’ in a bid to ‘mould responsible and disciplined citizens.’But locals fear that pinning responsibility on the crime will be difficult -and may lead to miscarriages of justice as ‘criminals’ attempt to blameothers for their offence.One Malawian told the website Africanews.com: ‘My goodness. What happens ina public place where a group is gathered. Do they lock up half a minibus?’And how about at meetings where it is difficult to pinpoint ‘culprits’?'Children will openly deny having passed bad air and point at an elder.Culturally, this is very embarrassing,’ she said.Another said: ‘We have serious issues affecting Malawians today. I do notknow how fouling the air should take priority over regulating Chineseinvestments which do not employ locals, serious graft amongst legislators,especially those in the ruling party, and many more.’The crime will be enforceable in a new ‘Local Court’ system which will alsohave powers to punish a range of other crimes in the bill set to be debatedin the country’s parliament.These include insulting the modesty of a woman, challenging to fight a duel,and trespassing on a burial place.It also outlaws pretending to be a fortune teller, according to local pressin the country.Opposition leaders complain the new courts will be ‘kangaroo courts’.–J YoungJvisi…@live.com

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  1. admin says:

    On Sun, 30 Jan 2011 01:07:37 -0500, "J" <jvisi…@live.com> wrote:
    >It’s about time! People who do that in public should be penalized. Anyone
    >who’s ever been in a public area where some pig starts letting loose knows
    >what I’m talking about

    >p.s. to Patrick: If you and Dale don’t live in Malawi, you both would be
    >serving life sentences.

    The problem is not isolated to Malawi, by any means.
    Have you ever been in elevator at the same time as 2 or 3 stinky land
    whale women.  It is not only their flatulence but also the foul odors
    radiating from the deformed bodies and rotten crotches.

    Have you ever been at the theater sitting next to one of those walking
    stink factories and have to abandon your seat due to the stench.

    How about the times you have been on public transit and have the
    misfortune of having one of these abominable creatures sit down next
    to you.  If fouling the air isn’t enough some of them also urinate on
    the seat they are occupying.  Perhaps I should make that plural
    "seats" because part of them are greedily stealing  part of your seat.

    Why do they simply not cut back drastically on the amount they eat and
    start getting some regular exercise.  IOW, rejoin the human race.
    It is an understatement to simply say that the information for them to
    do this is widel available.

    One would think that they would be anxious to shred the layers of fat
    and gain some respectability.

    Daniel

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    > http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1351174/African-country-set-m… government of Malawi plan to punish persistent offenders ‘who foul theair’ in a bid to ‘mould responsible and disciplined citizens.’But locals fear that pinning responsibility on the crime will be difficult -and may lead to miscarriages of justice as ‘criminals’ attempt to blameothers for their offence.One Malawian told the website Africanews.com: ‘My goodness. What happens ina public place where a group is gathered. Do they lock up half a minibus?’And how about at meetings where it is difficult to pinpoint ‘culprits’?'Children will openly deny having passed bad air and point at an elder.Culturally, this is very embarrassing,’ she said.Another said: ‘We have serious issues affecting Malawians today. I do notknow how fouling the air should take priority over regulating Chineseinvestments which do not employ locals, serious graft amongst legislators,especially those in
    >the ruling party, and many more.’The crime will be enforceable in a new ‘Local Court’ system which will alsohave powers to punish a range of other crimes in the bill set to be debatedin the country’s parliament.These include insulting the modesty of a woman, challenging to fight a duel,and trespassing on a burial place.It also outlaws pretending to be a fortune teller, according to local pressin the country.Opposition leaders complain the new courts will be ‘kangaroo courts’.–J YoungJvisi…@live.com

  2. admin says:

    "Daniel" <dan…@quickcom.net> wrote in message

    news:da1ck610l1a9svg74iucj026dt7fken63v@4ax.com…

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    > On Sun, 30 Jan 2011 01:07:37 -0500, "J" <jvisi…@live.com> wrote:

    >>It’s about time! People who do that in public should be penalized. Anyone
    >>who’s ever been in a public area where some pig starts letting loose knows
    >>what I’m talking about

    >>p.s. to Patrick: If you and Dale don’t live in Malawi, you both would be
    >>serving life sentences.

    > The problem is not isolated to Malawi, by any means.
    > Have you ever been in elevator at the same time as 2 or 3 stinky land
    > whale women.  It is not only their flatulence but also the foul odors
    > radiating from the deformed bodies and rotten crotches.

    > Have you ever been at the theater sitting next to one of those walking
    > stink factories and have to abandon your seat due to the stench.

    > How about the times you have been on public transit and have the
    > misfortune of having one of these abominable creatures sit down next
    > to you.  If fouling the air isn’t enough some of them also urinate on
    > the seat they are occupying.  Perhaps I should make that plural
    > "seats" because part of them are greedily stealing  part of your seat.

    > Why do they simply not cut back drastically on the amount they eat and
    > start getting some regular exercise.  IOW, rejoin the human race.
    > It is an understatement to simply say that the information for them to
    > do this is widel available.

    > One would think that they would be anxious to shred the layers of fat
    > and gain some respectability.

    > Daniel

    >> http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1351174/African-country-set-m
    >> government of Malawi plan to punish persistent offenders ‘who foul theair’ in a bid to
    >> ‘mould responsible and disciplined citizens.’But locals fear that pinning responsibility on
    >> the crime will be difficult -and may lead to miscarriages of justice as ‘criminals’ attempt
    >> to blameothers for their offence.One Malawian told the website Africanews.com: ‘My goodness.
    >> What happens ina public place where a group is gathered. Do they lock up half a minibus?’And
    >> how about at meetings where it is difficult to pinpoint ‘culprits’?'Children will openly
    >> deny having passed bad air and point at an elder.Culturally, this is very embarrassing,’ she
    >> said.Another said: ‘We have serious issues affecting Malawians today. I do notknow how
    >> fouling the air should take priority over regulating Chineseinvestments which do not employ
    >> locals, serious graft amongst legislators,especially those in
    >>the ruling party, and many more.’The crime will be enforceable in a new ‘Local Court’ system
    >>which will alsohave powers to punish a range of other crimes in the bill set to be debatedin
    >>the country’s parliament.These include insulting the modesty of a woman, challenging to fight
    >>a duel,and trespassing on a burial place.It also outlaws pretending to be a fortune teller,
    >>according to local pressin the country.Opposition leaders complain the new courts will be
    >>’kangaroo courts’.–J YoungJvisi…@live.com

  3. admin says:

    On Jan 30, 7:58 pm, Daniel <dan…@quickcom.net> wrote:

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    > On Sun, 30 Jan 2011 01:07:37 -0500, "J" <jvisi…@live.com> wrote:
    > >It’s about time! People who do that in public should be penalized. Anyone
    > >who’s ever been in a public area where some pig starts letting loose knows
    > >what I’m talking about

    > >p.s. to Patrick: If you and Dale don’t live in Malawi, you both would be
    > >serving life sentences.

    > The problem is not isolated to Malawi, by any means.
    > Have you ever been in elevator at the same time as 2 or 3 stinky land
    > whale women.  It is not only their flatulence but also the foul odors
    > radiating from the deformed bodies and rotten crotches.

    > Have you ever been at the theater sitting next to one of those walking
    > stink factories and have to abandon your seat due to the stench.

    > How about the times you have been on public transit and have the
    > misfortune of having one of these abominable creatures sit down next
    > to you.  If fouling the air isn’t enough some of them also urinate on
    > the seat they are occupying.

    Lmao …that’s pretty extreme.  I guess, when it rains on you it
    pours.

    > Perhaps I should make that plural
    > "seats" because part of them are greedily stealing  part of your seat.

    > Why do they simply not cut back drastically on the amount they eat and
    > start getting some regular exercise.

    Well, then their life’s dream of appearing on their favorite daytime
    show, to be interviewed for being a freak, would be shattered.  Gotta
    be dysfunctional to be admired in that strata of society.

    Why strive for admiration, derived from positive accomplishment, when
    Oprah or Jerry will be your friend for humiliating yourself better
    than anyone else could?

    > IOW, rejoin the human race.

    They don’t believe in a human race.  To them, standards of beauty are
    oppressive.  Standards, period, are oppressive.  The only standard
    that they believe in is the non-standard of ugliness and doing your
    lamest to get by.

    They would like to evolve into another species where they will be
    accepted, and rewarded, simply for being blobs of protoplasm.
    Survival of the ugliest.

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    > It is an understatement to simply say that the information for them to
    > do this is widel available.

    > One would think that they would be anxious to shred the layers of fat
    > and gain some respectability.

    > Daniel

    > >http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1351174/African-country-set-m… of Malawi plan to punish persistent offenders ‘who foul theair’ in a bid to ‘mould responsible and disciplined citizens.’But locals fear that pinning responsibility on the crime will be difficult -and may lead to miscarriages of justice as ‘criminals’ attempt to blameothers for their offence.One Malawian told the website Africanews.com: ‘My goodness. What happens ina public place where a group is gathered. Do they lock up half a minibus?’And how about at meetings where it is difficult to pinpoint ‘culprits’?'Children will openly deny having passed bad air and point at an elder.Culturally, this is very embarrassing,’ she said.Another said: ‘We have serious issues affecting Malawians today. I do notknow how fouling the air should take priority over regulating Chineseinvestments which do not employ locals, serious graft amongst legislators,especially those in
    > >the ruling party, and many more.’The crime will be enforceable in a new ‘Local Court’ system which will alsohave powers to punish a range of other crimes in the bill set to be debatedin the country’s parliament.These include insulting the modesty of a woman, challenging to fight a duel,and trespassing on a burial place.It also outlaws pretending to be a fortune teller, according to local pressin the country.Opposition leaders complain the new courts will be ‘kangaroo courts’.–J YoungJvisi…@live.com

  4. admin says:

    On Sun, 30 Jan 2011 01:07:37 -0500, J <jvisi…@live.com> wrote:
    > It’s about time! People who do that in public should be penalized. Anyone
    > who’s ever been in a public area where some pig starts letting loose knows
    > what I’m talking about

    > p.s. to Patrick: If you and Dale don’t live in Malawi, you both would be
    > serving life sentences.

    You should be moved there, permanently.  Your stupidity will erase that bad
    memory that is you.


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