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Old 08-06-2007, 08:56 PM   #13
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Default Re: U.S. soldier sentenced to 110 years for Iraq murders

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Originally Posted by partygirl View Post
i'll never understand how violence & sex can be so interchangeable in the male mind.

I know that **** is not sex but it is sexual in nature, how do you go from...grief/anger/retaliation to gang ****** a 14 year old???

disgusting.
Some male minds, rather than the male mind, would be a more appropriate way of describing it. They're certainly not interchangeable in my mind.
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