Pretty much what the title says. I believe two wrongs almost always make a right. Here's some examples:
1. So one time I was being called "fatass" in a gym class. I tried to ignore it and even told the person to stop. A few days later after I had finally gotten tired of it, I told him to call me it again. Naturally, he did. Hence, I beat him up. A lot of you might think, "I bet that didn't solve anything". Problem is, it did. I got suspended for the rest of the day and he got suspended for five days. The name-calling stopped. Hell, he even wanted to be my friend (fucking weird, I know). So with the logic, "two wrongs don't make a right", I suppose what I did was wrong? I don't see how. If the name-calling stopped, it should be considered a right if anything. Had I had not done what I did, this would've continued and it wouldn't have suprised me if I kept on getting picked on in high school.
2. I guess people who say two wrongs don't make a right also think murderers shouldn't go to prison. For example, if Man A killed Man B and Man A went to prison for the rest of his life, you're still condemning Man A to a life of what some might call hell. You're still comitting a wrong act for sending Man A to prison. But doesn't Man A kind of deserve it for what he did to Man B? Yes, he does. The previous example works the same way.
I'd like to know what you guys think about this.