" For everything there is a season,
"No! You can't say that! That pig did deserve to die for his crime!" argued Maribel.
Gulliver sharply responded, "So what are you saying - a criminal has no right to a fair trial?" "
"I'm simply saying he got what was coming to him." replied a nonchalant Maribel.
"Should we murder every rapist, then?" Gulliver questioned sternly.
"Listen, you can twist it however you want. His death was punitive justice. I laud the girl's brother for having the balls to do what he did."
Gulliver looked at her and shook his head saying
"...So feisty - always looking for a fight!"
"And you are a coward pretending to be some sort of peacemaker," Maribel snapped back!
The whole lecture hall became silent. Gulliver and Maribel's heated argument was at an inconclusive impasse the moment it turned personal. Everybody silently agreed that the feuding pair needed to go on a date or something. The sexual tension between them was too evident.
Seigmar thankfully broke the eerie silence with a raised hand..
The professor turned to him, "Yes, Seigmar?"
"Mrs. Acosti,, what do you think the victim's brother should have done? Should he have settled the matter peacefully, or was he right to have attacked his uncle for raping his sister?"
At this, Mrs. Acosti turned to look at both Oliver and Maribel. Looking past them, she noticed the time from the wall clock at the back of the lecture hall.
"Oh dear, look at the time! I'm late for my next class."
She turned towards the whole class and said, "Well class, this has been very a interesting discussion, however, I have to leave right now. Consider Seigmar's question to be your homework for the week."
All the students groaned in disappointment as she exited the room.
Sit with me by this fire.