Quote NinaBee: People are not property, so there for they can't be stolen. I dont't care what the circumstances are. You see, you can't go to the police and say she stole my husband or man and I want to press charges without them laughing in your face. I have yet to see anyone say I want her arrested because she stole my man and I want to press charges. They'll take it more seriously if someone stole your car. So to end this asinine argument, people can not be stolen. Unless they are kidnapped or abducted and Liam wasn't neither.
you may have my point and don't even realize it. for the last time....I DID NOT SAY LIAM WAS ANY of those words to begin with. some one else did. now I know " the word "stolen" is usually referred to in reference to an object however it has " THE SAME" meaning / reference AS THE OTHER WORDS USED. and the larger print is not intended to be yelling and there have been much worse / nonesence conversations on here than this. I am not and was not referring to the show. but instead just a comment on the word. if it's still disagreeed on oh, well. the other words may make more sence and sound better in reference to a person but it's still the same. IT'S TAKING" but i would agree with you in reference to liam. he was, is and will be a willing participant. now if you have read correctly i have said " i was not originally referring to the show.
TK,I did not post that comment in reference to yours, I posted it because I keep seeing it in other threads and that's just my spin on the word stolen. I really don't think Liam was "stolen", he's just an a$$ to me.
it's cool. it seems to be hard to get some viewers to get what is being quoted. i hadn't intended on it being a heated debate in the first place however having a difference of view or seeing and hearing a character differently seems to spark very interesting conversations. I strive to be nice, dignified and respect others view. a much as at times i don't get their reasoning. I agree with you liam is some piece of crap-i can only hope for better.thank you, later