Dec 6, 2013 at 01:50:58
“Still and all, it's a sad state of affairs when a mere handful of people can determine what the entire rest of the world gets to watch on TV. I found her rather entertaining in a crude sort of way. And, there was always a grain of truth in what she said, whether some want to admit it or not, which added just enough to overcome the crudeness, at least for me.”
“Sad state of human affairs when even one person in the world thinks this is necessary. I agree we need to demystify sex and human sexuality but does anyone, including the "artist", think this will really break down any barriers? Seems to me it will just add fuel to the fire of jokes and ridicule by those who have minds perennially in the gutter.”
“Really. Don't you think they could have calmly appraised the situation, read the document, and then called the parent if they really questioned it. You'd rather have them behave like wild animals, reacting to the scent of prey and behaving worst than the criminals they are paid to protect us against? Don't you think we have a right to expect some kind of intelligent behavior from those paid to carry weapons and defend us? Well, I do.”
SGT Beckford on Dec 3, 2013 at 08:31:40
“Yes I agree but it was a slow crime day and not as if it was buy one dozen donuts get half a dozen free geesh.”
Kimiko Austin-Rijs on Dec 3, 2013 at 07:04:18
“Thank you. That is what normal people in positions of power do. This is the reason why I would be hesitant to work with children in this day and age. You are guilty of a crime against them without a trial just based on a witch hunters dream.”
“Fine for you....just don't try to impose your standards on everyone else. The 'state' of the world today as you refer is mainly because of 'do-gooder' fanatics like you who can't let other people live their lives as they choose.”
“I am a native Houstonian, 66 years old. The sadistic, nazi behavior exhibited by the Houston police department over my lifetime has only been exceeded by that of the Dallas police. One of the major reasons I don't live there anymore, or even in the state of Texas.”
Erik Forsgren on Dec 3, 2013 at 05:59:33
“Yes I think you are pointing at problem that is universal when it comes to police officers. The police profession is a profession that often attracts the wrong people in particular those with narcissistic sadistic personality traits. It is the power that is given to them that is so rewarding. The BTK killer is a typical example of this category of people.
The solution to this problem should be to sort out and reject people with the above mentioned personality traits. Another measure to be taken is improvement of the education. To be a police officer it should not be sufficient to be big strong and fat.
You must be able to communicate with people in a friendly and supportive way and not cause panick when you arrest someone. To be arrested is a big trauma, especially if you are innocent. You must be able to take into account if a person is mentally stable or suffering from a mental disorder or disease. Many death shootings could be avoided had the police officers had a better understanding of mental issues.”
“Not all that unusual. I remember stories of hemostats and other surgical instruments being left inside the body cavity after surgery. Looks really weird to see an X-ray of your abdomen with a 12" pair of scissors clearly standing out.
Happens much to often for my comfort. People die in hospitals...”
Nov 29, 2013 at 09:58:38
“Maybe it's just a generalization, but it seems that those animals with an absurdly large penis are of such body size or shape it necessary in order to achieve insertion in the female. Most of it appears to be for 'reach' purposes only and does not really do much for the female.
I would generalize further in that it appears man and other apes tend to insert a larger percentage of the penis inside the female than other species.
Regarding the point in question, looking at the female anatomical design, it would appear that girth and not length would be more important. However, I'm a male and I will leave that for the females to answer.”
grahamhpalmer on Nov 29, 2013 at 19:15:31
“but a decent bit of both doesn't hurt if not just shoved all the way home”
“Oh yes, let's conserve them, so we can go out in our jeeps with 3 guides backing us up and we can slaughter them. Why don't you just raise them in captivity and shoot them in their pens. I come from a big family of hunters, and I still say it's slaughter. Your using a gun with a bullet that travels faster than sound so they can't hear it. You use a 2.5 x 14 scope with a tripod support so you can shoot them from 500 yards away under a baited field, all so you can beat your chest and proclaim how you 'bested mother nature'. Riiight!”
“"The myth that trans women and cross dressers present as they do in an attempt to seduce straight men"
This has not been my experience on internet blogs and chats. But, there are a few honest enough to identify themselves on the front end. Most, perhaps out of fear, don't identify themselves as such.”
Muir Halleron on Nov 21, 2013 at 03:36:20
“A lot of trans people have learned, due to past experiences, to not disclose that they are transgender to people they do not know very well. Several trans people have been physically assaulted just for telling someone "By the way, I'm transgender".”
Nov 15, 2013 at 10:09:27
“Everyone makes their own decisions. If one chooses to mime a "role model" then they should be prepared to suffer the consequences. Personally, I think they should enroll in some self image improvement program, but those are rife with con artists too.
The entertainment industry, which includes professional and college sports, wants you to view these people as some kind of hero (and I invite everyone to look up the definition of that word) and put them on a pedestal so they can keep their hands in your pockets.
This is the main reason I don't support main stream entertainment or sporting events. I don't care what they think; I don't want their advice; and most of them can't even manage their own lives much less someone else's.”