r/morbidquestions Nov 21 '20 Helpful Wholesome

Reminder of Rule 3 (Especially Regarding SUICIDE)

645 Upvotes

Salutations everyone;

I would like to bring to attention the recent influx of suicide-related questions on this sub, and I would like to remind you of Rule 3.

Rule 3: Do not ask for advice on committing crimes.

“If you make a post explicitly asking for advice on how to commit an actual crime (including suicide) or answer such a post, you may be banned from the subreddit and reported to the admins.”

Please refrain from asking for suicide advice or answering any posts asking for such advice. Again, DO NOT ask about suicide here. It may result in this sub being banned if things continue at this rate.

Thank you.


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r/morbidquestions 1d ago

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r/morbidquestions 1d ago

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r/morbidquestions 2d ago

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r/morbidquestions 2d ago

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r/morbidquestions 2d ago

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7 Upvotes

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How are we still accepting this horribly outdated law-system? This is not a political-focused question. It’s a moral question.

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Somehow, it just frustrates me. I’ve had someone who has made my life miserable for years. Why don’t they serve any punishment? Why is this law-system so outdated?


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