Unprofessional Rant Artist
- Apr 5, 2020
I will agree, the gun was too much. That's just a little too lethal for my tastes, cause it makes you wonder what else he could use that for to teach her a lesson, and it kinda makes me worry. But honestly, I'm not condoning his methods, but I think he did a good thing to teach her a lesson this way (excluding the gun). It showed her you can't disrespect your family in such a manner, and that you will be punished for it, especially since it already happened once before. I give him props for this. the gun? Eh... too much.Ramzal said:I believe it's an issue because so many people agree with the method he used. A gun is flat out a lethal tool. No one was in danger nor was he protecting anyone or himself. The fact that so many find this acceptable is deplorable. So we use lethal weapons and tools now to prove a point? And at worse, it's childish? Why don't we fire a nuclear weapon into an unpopulated area to show North Korea that we aren't accepting their terms of testing nuclear weapons.
I can understand a blunt object not being as bad or a hammer, or running it over with a car. Granted that all of the above can be lethal, but they weren't made with lethal intent. Honestly, I find as many people as I saw agreeing with this method disturbing. Borderline frightening.
Edit: Although, I think we can all agree to a father punishing his daughter for what he believes to be disrespect.