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Posted 8/9/17 , edited 8/9/17
Of course, they're all bad. Out of these 5, who do you think is the worse?

My choice: Albert Fish, hands down. Disgusting.

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They're all bad. Why debate it?
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Posted 8/9/17 , edited 8/10/17

PeripheralVisionary wrote:

They're all bad. Why debate it?


Yeah.
Posted 8/9/17 , edited 8/10/17

PeripheralVisionary wrote:

They're all bad. Why debate it?


Bad at what?
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Posted 8/9/17 , edited 8/10/17

GrandMasterTime wrote:


PeripheralVisionary wrote:

They're all bad. Why debate it?


Bad at what?


At not killing people. Being respectable human beings. Etc. I was only using the word bad because of the OP's previous statement, and while I half expected some jerk to question usage of such a hackneyed word, I cannot say I honestly care to discuss my specific definition of what is evil, or what is bad, in this thread.

It is not that I am afraid, I just thought my original reply sufficed, quite honestly.
Posted 8/9/17 , edited 8/10/17

PeripheralVisionary wrote:


GrandMasterTime wrote:


PeripheralVisionary wrote:

They're all bad. Why debate it?


Bad at what?


At not killing people. Being respectable human beings. Etc. I was only using the word bad because of the OP's previous statement, and while I half expected some jerk to question usage of such a hackneyed word, I cannot say I honestly care to discuss my specific definition of what is evil, or what is bad, in this thread.

It is not that I am afraid, I just thought my original reply sufficed, quite honestly.


It's okay PeripheralVisonary. You're not under trial, no one, at least not myself is questioning your perceived good will or thought provoking comments. I am just here to post comments on an anime forum and have a little fun. It appears that you have some twisted perception of me and my intentions. To leave you with a thought actually relevant to the thread; it is possible for a word to have two different meanings. For instance, "That was a good play" vs. "You're a good person".
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Posted 8/9/17 , edited 8/10/17

GrandMasterTime wrote:


PeripheralVisionary wrote:


GrandMasterTime wrote:


PeripheralVisionary wrote:

They're all bad. Why debate it?


Bad at what?


At not killing people. Being respectable human beings. Etc. I was only using the word bad because of the OP's previous statement, and while I half expected some jerk to question usage of such a hackneyed word, I cannot say I honestly care to discuss my specific definition of what is evil, or what is bad, in this thread.

It is not that I am afraid, I just thought my original reply sufficed, quite honestly.


It's okay PeripheralVisonary. You're not under trial, no one, at least not myself is questioning your perceived good will or thought provoking comments. I am just here to post comments on an anime forum and have a little fun. It appears that you have some twisted perception of me and my intentions. To leave you with a thought actually relevant to the thread; it is possible for a word to have two different meanings. For instance, "That was a good play" vs. "You're a good person".


Sorry, I really was expecting it, seeing as I generally dislike usage myself. I was being a jerk, I am sorry.


Though to put on note, it perhaps because of definitions of what is bad or evil differ that this is a weirdly "pointless" discussion, despite my belief that we all share some elements of similarities for these cases. Out of these, 4 killed children to my knowledge (H.H Holmes is a bit of a mystery to me, despite his well known automated killing hotel).

I mean, how do we determine worst in severity of attacks when they are brutal, from Bundy rape of a Chi Omega student where he bit a part of her buttocks off before violently sodomizing her or her roommate with a curtain rod enough to cause severe damage(Which was used to identify him I believe) to Gacy's usual victims appearing to be young children alongside Fish, Where Dahmer preserved body parts of his victims in a fridge?

Just seems that we are splitting hairs at this point.

Posted 8/9/17 , edited 8/10/17


PeripheralVisionary wrote:

Sorry, I really was expecting it, seeing as I generally dislike usage myself. I was being a jerk, I am sorry.


Though to put on note, it perhaps because of definitions of what is bad or evil differ that this is a weirdly "pointless" discussion, despite my belief that we all share some elements of similarities for these cases. Out of these, 4 killed children to my knowledge (H.H Holmes is a bit of a mystery to me, despite his well known automated killing hotel).

I mean, how do we determine worst in severity of attacks when they are brutal, from Bundy rape of a Chi Omega student where he bit a part of her buttocks off before violently sodomizing her or her roommate with a curtain rod enough to cause severe damage(Which was used to identify him I believe) to Gacy's usual victims appearing to be young children alongside Fish, Where Dahmer preserved body parts of his victims in a fridge?

Just seems that we are splitting hairs at this point.



Hey, no need for apologies, it's always a pleasure to comment and don't worry, you weren't a jerk at all, I assure you.

In my opinion, everything can be seen as pointless discussion, I don't even have one memory cell worth of knowledge on the topic of these serial killers, I think I just react negatively to a thread being shot down even if the thread itself is 'stupid'.

We can split hairs to our hearts content, it's better than splitting hairs alone. Anyways, I'm surprised you're still up as an American, I thought it would be early in the morning over there? Sorry, I'm derailing the thread a little.
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Posted 8/9/17 , edited 8/10/17
I hate all of them, but I voted Gacy because he's also a pedophile
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Posted 8/10/17 , edited 8/10/17
I would've said Jack the Ripper (that's really the only serial killer that comes to mind and one I generically know of)
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She is so adorables though. Not that I am a pedophile or anything....I certainly do not JACK off to such cute photos.
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Posted 8/10/17 , edited 8/10/17

PeripheralVisionary wrote:



She is so adorables though. Not that I am a pedophile or anything....I certainly do not JACK off to such cute photos.


I ain't no pedo either bud. It's not like I become the Ripper when I'm in the same hotel as her.
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Posted 8/10/17 , edited 8/10/17
of the list I'm going with John Wayne Gacy since he sort of had the most kills under his belt. food for thought here's the top ten list http://homesecurity.net/serial-killers/
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