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DWI licence plates for drunks - January 15, 2008, 09:57 PM

I wonder if they make them for bikes??

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January 15, 2008, 10:11 PM

that idea has been floating around for a while now, i think it should be put into action.


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January 15, 2008, 10:16 PM

Should do the same for excessive speeders too. And those that cause accidents by being on their cell phones. And text messagers. And those that put on makeup while driving. And eat. And smoke. And read.

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January 15, 2008, 11:12 PM

This is a good idea.

Once upon a time it was acceptable to use public embarrassment to keep society in line. I'm not sure why that ever changed.


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I would rather know which girls have HIV


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This is a good idea.

Once upon a time it was acceptable to use public embarrassment to keep society in line. I'm not sure why that ever changed.
I think it was something called the constitution


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I think it was something called the constitution
You have a right to not be embarrassed? You can be executed for a crime, but not humiliated for one?

It's certainly not a cruel or unusual punishment.

Public embarrassment is a strong incentive to mind one's behavior IMO.


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I would rather know which girls have HIV
Having HIV isn't a crime.


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"crime" could be sitting in the front of a bus if you're black or drinking a beer during a prohibition.

How about this, lets just start forcing them to wear yellow six point stars... There is nothing new under the sun.


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"crime" could be sitting in the front of a bus if you're black or drinking a beer during a prohibition.

How about this, lets just start forcing them to wear yellow six point stars... There is nothing new under the sun.
Off base...

You issue is with what is declared a crime. Not the punishment.

Compare apples to apples please.

We already clearly mark convicted criminals. They wear bright orange and live in prisons.

Some argue that "marking" convicted criminals is wrong because society will reject them. I say: exactly. A criminal has chosen to violate societies rules. They should be rejected. Until such time as their sentence is over.

I think it should be used in conjunction with jail time, similar to probation.

In small towns or smaller societies, crime and punishment are very public. Everyone knows that so an so is a druggie and its often an embarrassment to his family. This information is still public today, but on such scales as a large city - it is virtually unknown - and we've chosen not to utilize the public itself as a tool in enforcing societal norms.

Its a strong factor in behavior. I went to military school when I was younger, and this sort of thing was used regularly to great effect.

The problem I think would be enforcement. Special tags for traffic violators are easy - other things, maybe not.


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its been used in ohio a while back.



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Should do the same for excessive speeders too. And those that cause accidents by being on their cell phones. And text messagers. And those that put on makeup while driving. And eat. And smoke. And read.

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Just say it already... women should stop driving


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Can we make witches have special plates too?

And people who were in jail even once for whatever reason?

And people who don't agree with the moral majority of the country?


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maybe we can all where bracelets like Stephen Colbert


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Off base...

You issue is with what is declared a crime. Not the punishment.

Compare apples to apples please.

We already clearly mark convicted criminals. They wear bright orange and live in prisons.

Some argue that "marking" convicted criminals is wrong because society will reject them. I say: exactly. A criminal has chosen to violate societies rules. They should be rejected. Until such time as their sentence is over.

I think it should be used in conjunction with jail time, similar to probation.

In small towns or smaller societies, crime and punishment are very public. Everyone knows that so an so is a druggie and its often an embarrassment to his family. This information is still public today, but on such scales as a large city - it is virtually unknown - and we've chosen not to utilize the public itself as a tool in enforcing societal norms.

Its a strong factor in behavior. I went to military school when I was younger, and this sort of thing was used regularly to great effect.

The problem I think would be enforcement. Special tags for traffic violators are easy - other things, maybe not.

convicts dont wear orange when they get out of jail, sure maybe you can go to a web site and see the convicted felons in your area but it is not out there to see every day, what if you were convicted served your time and got out dont you deserve a fresh start? your arguement says no

demoralization in a military school is different than society as a whole, you can haze in military, not as much as you used to though different rules, you really dont have the same rules in a military environment


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