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Sympathizing with people who are suffering is a part of human nature, it comes naturally to many people.

It can be really hard to dredge up that sincere sympathy when the person is 100% responsible for the crappy situation they found themselves in

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All crime is bad. At least that is what they want you to believe. Some crime really shouldn't be considered "crime." Don't you think?

Maybe some crimes could just be labeled a big "no-no." And why would you send someone to jail for a no-no?

And who gets to decide what delineates a crime anyway? If there is no victim, why do we need to be so severe?

Redditor u/Diamond_Silver wanted to discuss which illegal actions need to be examined a bit, by asking:

[Serious] What is a victimless crime?
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The law is a fickle mistress, and it varies from state to state and county to county sometimes. And then there is the blatant hypocrisy of it all.

There are some things that feel like they should be allowed to pass but you get scolded for, like jaywalking, and then there are things like actual robbery in broad daylight, like telemarketers and nothing happens to them.

Make it make sense. It's like taxes, the wealthy know loopholes and the poor go to jail. Shameful.

Redditor u/Xanduh wanted everyone to chat about legal life fails by asking:

What do you wish was illegal?
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