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Anger Management Vending Machines!

Has someone ticked you off??  Feel like you are going to explode with anger?  Then you need to drop a couple of coins in the DESTRUCTION THERAPY vending machine! Simply make your selection from the various breakable objects and then smash it into a wall or the floor.   Boom...instant anger management!



 
01/18/2011 11:16AM
Anger Management Vending Machines!
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01/22/2011 8:29AM
Monex
That third way is truth-force or active non-violent resistance. Problematic for Perz is the fact that none arguing in favor keeping violence a tactical option ever stated anything to the contrary..Perz then lays out the groundwork for his argument on this faulty foundation stating I strongly maintain that our actions must be strictly and exclusively non-violent if they are to be ethical and effective. Perz has now stated however tacitly that nonviolence is inherently unethical..Perz writes In disagreeing they those who accept violence as a possible tactic sometimes point to historical examples of human social justice movements and argue that violent resistance was both ethical and effective in these movements. Then he argues that they should have practiced nonviolent resistance and gives some examples of what shape such a resistance might have taken.
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