By Zapped - 17/05/2010 11:09 - United States
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damn #52, you are waaaaay too compassionate for this site. see, here we call people stupid when they act stupid. and mixing metal with electricity is not a mistake, it's stupid. the battery didn't fall on his tongue, he put it there because once again, he is...anyone? anyone?...stupid
My hockey game was great... We were down 6-4 with a minute left in the third when I got one through the 5 hole with 53 seconds left.... And my buddy got one in with 7 seconds left to go to Overtime... In OT I scored the winning goal a few minutes in, it was a blast. We came back from being down 6-2 at the start of the third. :)
How is that a bullshit hockey story? Because I scored twice? It wasn't even that impressive, it's not like we're in the pro's, none of us are that "amazing" we're just having fun.. I hardly made much of an inpact till then... Or are guys not allowed to play sports anymore unless you're in the NHL? Seriously... If I had been like "yeah, I scored 6 goals by myself and never left the ice because I'm that good, I would understand. Otherwise it sounds like you're just being a douche because it makes you feel better trying to be a "tough" guy on the Internet... And cukkey, I've been around.. Send me an e-mail, unless they're not going through again, then I dunno... I don't think I can PM you still.
I admit I didn't word that correctly, so what I meant was not clear. I know not all electrocutions are executions-- very few are. A lot of electrocutions are simply accidents. But all electrocutions are *deaths*. That was the point I was trying to make. I used the -cution part of the word execution, because it helps people remember that it kills. It was meant as a memory aid, not a definition. I thought seeing the words broken down would help that guy way up there ^ realize what several people were trying to explain.
I posted my comment at the same time as you Jane so I didn't intend that comment towards you. I was referring to the idiots who think that being shocked with electricity means being electrocuted. Unless your heart stops beating after the "shock", you have not been electrocuted.