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Should suicide be listed in the crimes category? While it is a crime to aid a suicide(today, at least) actually performing one is not exactly a crime, as even if it was it is impossible to prosecute someone for it. In terms of Star Trek, suicide is legal in varying ways, in several cultures, and is even required in one(TNG's Half a Life) 31dot 23:44, 3 July 2007 (UTC)
- Well, attempting suicide does happen to be a crime in some places in the modern world actually... just as an aside. -- Sulfur 00:48, 4 July 2007 (UTC)
Is it really appropriate to put banned substances on this list? They of themselves aren't "crimes" per se. How about a sub-cat for illegal/restricted substances. (As a minor issue, this isn't really worthwhile putting on CS in my opinion) But what to call it? :-)– Cleanse talk 12:12, 11 March 2008 (UTC)
- The question is... how many "banned substances" are there? And I agree... banned substances should not go into the crimes category. -- Sulfur 12:29, 11 March 2008 (UTC)
at least, currently in the crimes category. A few iffy ones:
- As the person who put most of those substances in the category :) I would say that I only did so because I did not think there was any other appropriate category for them, and creating an article about the crime would seem to be a waste. So I do think that an Illegal Items or Substances subcategory is a good idea.
- As for vole fighting, perhaps there could be an article about that(if it doesn't quite fit as a banned item)?--31dot 13:36, 11 March 2008 (UTC)
Oh, I wasn't trying to assign blame to you 31dot, just making a further suggestion. :-) I think a vole fighting article would be a good idea, and then we could list that under crimes.– Cleanse talk 07:31, 13 March 2008 (UTC)