Concerning the sadistic “knockout game”: Only insecure punks would partake of such cowardly action.
They think they're cool and real “toughies,” but the opposite is true. Wait until one of those morons cold-cocks an armed Second Amendment advocate — we'll see who gets up off the ground.
Is the “knockout game” a hate crime? I'd say yes — only God-haters would do such mischief. Let the TV baby-sit the youth, and have violent games teach them and the streets empower them, and this kind of evil hybrid will continue to replicate.
It seems that wickedness is escalating throughout the planet, with evil imaginations and thoughts continually in the hearts of the discontented.
It's comforting to know that darkness flees from the light. Of course, where there's no light, the darkness rules.
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