What's the use of other definitions?
Yeah, fuck having words with multiple meanings, language would be so much better if everything had one word to describe it, and every word had only one definition. That wouldn't totally destroy language as we know it. Much as I hate to take a leaf from your book, you might want to look up Newspeak.
"Of sound mind; not mad or mentally ill"? (this is what my definition maps onto)
How is this the definition you use when clearly not everyone is mentally ill. I mean, I have no mental conditions, so there is at least one bit of evidence which fucks over your whole claim.
It's more like "people who agree with me"
If they did not agree with me, then they would be a rape apologist. You see, in that instance there is a dichotomy, there are people with sound morals (The non-rape apologists) and those without.
So, Yeah Bro, what if I built a life-size, completely realistic looking replica of a person, then chopped it into pieces with a hatchet: does that make me the moral equivalent of a murderer?
Would it react like a person as you were killing it? If so, then you are certainly someone who is willing to kill in cold blood, is that not reason enough to deem someone as fucked in the head?
edited 6th Dec '11 8:22:36 PM by YeahBro
All I do, is sit down at the computer, and start hittin' the keys. Getting them in the right order, that's the trick.