November 16, 2010

"Trying to sell a bag of his hair online to murderabilia buffs for $35."

"A dishwasher convicted of the serial rapes and slaughters of seven Springfield women is..."

14 comments:

traditionalguy said...

Another woman hating killer is being kow towed to for his fame. Every imagination of the thoughts of man's heart was evil continually...it is said about the times of Noah.

The Crack Emcee said...

There are going to be women lined up to marry this guy.

Watch.

John Burgess said...

Back on the day I decided to no longer be a Hippy (I was always a clean one, btw) I sold 3.5 feet of my auburn locks for $300 to a wig maker. This guy has low ambitions. Or dirty hair.

William said...

He raped and murdered a woman and left that woman's 22 month old baby to starve to death next to her mother's rotting corpse. Those who think that no crime deserves the death penalty have no idea of the inventiveness and depravity of the human race.

ironrailsironweights said...

Rather than outlawing the sale of "murderabilia," states should require that the sellers post online the names, home addresses, and home telephone numbers of the buyers. I guarantee you that the market will disappear overnight.

Peter

Trooper York said...

I bet ironrailsironweights puts in a bid. Just sayn'

Tibore said...

"A dishwasher convicted of the serial rapes and slaughters of seven Springfield women..."

Marge??... Marge! Answer the phone! Selma and Thelma are worried SICK about you!

Quaestor said...

I hate to admit it but curiosity led me to the MurderAuction site. When I began reading the Boston Herald article I assumed Gaynor was using Ebay or one of the other popular auction sites. I was fairly shocked to learn that "murderabilia" is a thriving subculture with all the aficionado minutiae of a typical collecting hobby, like stamps or coins. Or at least this is what those serial killer groupies would have us believe. There is definitely a sickroom "smell" about the place however much the murderabilia collectors would like to disguise it. Note to the sickos: the satanist banner ads are a righteous tell, dudes.

Everybody here knows what's going on, but the air needs to cleared. The people who bid on and collect this detritus of evil are nothing more than closeted serial murder wannabes, pathetic soulless automata without the brass or the brains to do their own murders, so they satiate their cravings vicariously with the leavings of their mentors.

We ought to form a little clandestine corporation: we pool some cash and with it hire a Moldavian crew to hack into that murderabilia site with the aim of capturing their registered user list. Once the list is in our hands we post it to Wikileaks, or carry out some targeted phishing for even more personal info on these vermin. What I propose is highly illegal, of course, but it would save lives, I'm certain. Is it not ironic -- hero-worship of the most execrable human scum and commercial enterprise dedicated to facilitation of said worship is perfectly legal, while action against such an enterprise is illegal?

Cedarford said...

Just my opinion, but I think the people are getting fed up with "Rule of Law!!" when it really is all about throwing the public interest to the wolves to build a system of Rule of Law(yers). A Talmudic "endless debate and endless harvesting of billable hours" as replacement of "swift and sure" justice backed by vigilantism when law fails to serve the needs of The People.


A law system where terrorists get rich suing the British government they sought to destroy. Where serial killers make money selling memorabilia. Where former soldiers with shrapnel inside them and who travel by air on business twice a week have to choose between repeated radiation exposure or some McDonalds reject now with the TSA fondling their balls because Rule of Law!!!!! says - no profiling of radical Muslims.

Rule of Law!! - of lawyers, by lawyers, for what's best for lawyers.

Cedarford said...

Quaestor - Once the list is in our hands we post it to Wikileaks, or carry out some targeted phishing for even more personal info on these vermin. What I propose is highly illegal, of course, but it would save lives, I'm certain. Is it not ironic -- hero-worship of the most execrable human scum and commercial enterprise dedicated to facilitation of said worship is perfectly legal, while action against such an enterprise is illegal?

That's the system as is under Rule of Law(yers).
America was a better place when we were less obsessed with the "legal rights of violent criminals, terrorists and their groupies" over society's broader interests.

Liberals call that questioning "an attempt to shred the Constitution, the Sacred Parchment Itself!".

Maybe it IS time for a little Constitution-shredding. We are stuck with a document with a broken Amending process that other nations revise regularly every 20-50 years.

Much of it needs fixing. Congress unaccountable for spending that Appropriations chairs and members not elected by 95% of the country, rising by their seniority into their positions - make. Lifetime appointment of judges. A morass of war powers confusion the present language of the Constitution generates. An 18th century succession of government plan in a nuclear age. Multiplying terrorist and criminal and corporate "rights". The idea that an invader here without permission that spawns, creates "Insta-citizens" of the invaded America.

If we shredded and burned the Sacred Parchment and created a document that intended to safeguard society, confer maximum freedom on productive decent people in society vs. the predators, and created a new one that took the good stuff from the old? That focused on creating and preserving a middle class vs. a society of a few very rich in a sea of the poor and struggling?

We would be far better off.

Clyde said...

Death Penalty 101: Those who have been executed for their crimes are unable to auction anything.

ironrailsironweights said...

Now, let's say that there is a woman in prison, not for anything bad like multiple murder of course, and she was selling ... you all know where I'm going with this.

Peter

E.M. Davis said...

Uh, should those incarcerated be allowed to participate in e-commerce?

Another way our penal system fails society.

And yes, Ham, I said 'penal.'

E.M. Davis said...

Rather than outlawing the sale of "murderabilia," states should require that the sellers post online the names, home addresses, and home telephone numbers of the buyers. I guarantee you that the market will disappear overnight.

I'm sure Google has their IP addresses, so there's no need for posting the rest.