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Q: Will they use this as a public service announcement in China?

http://www.miamiherald.com/news/local/crime/article208143989.html

 

 

The bad news is no gun involved, so national coverage is not going to happen.

 

I see spitting in China all the time though, although the horn blowing would make me grab a gun if available long before the spitting happens.

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Sorry, that's self defense in my book. Spit in someone's car cause you're fucking jealous, then you deserve to be killed

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damn, i was too nice, I only shot out the back tire when an asshole threw a beer bottle on the hood of my corvette 22 years ago. I was already going soft, marriage does this shit too you.

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There needs to be anti-provocation laws, you spit, hit or throw anything first, the victim has a right to respond anyway they see fit as long as it's directed only at the offender

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