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Mar 24th 2011 8:13PM If you ask me, a lot of those posting here have gender issues, including the author of this horrid article. Your gender does not determine what you can or cannot do, your mind does that first and foremost, with physical limitations playing a secondary role, in most cases.
Nov 10th 2010 1:59AM So good moral values to you includes thinking that human sexuality is some kind of sin, eh? You are a prude, no use denying it, the first step to overcome your problem, and trust me it is a problem, is to admit it. Until you overcome what you have ingrained in your tiny little head over a life of very limited experiences, you will continue to hate others and try to limit the freedom of others. You will also continue to misinterpret things and read your fears into places where it need not be. The art is not sexual. You have a fixation on sex as a negative part of life; that is a major problem you need to overcome. Sex is a natural healthy function that should be engaged in as much as those engaging in it want. It is not up to you to dictate how people engage in it. Get it? Then get over it!
Nov 10th 2010 1:52AM Are you all idiots?! I remember back in the 70's and 80's this kind of graphic art was all over schools, mostly on T-shirts. Have we taken several steps back into the dark ages? Get your minds out of the gutter idiots; this art does not have to mean what your hate mongering conservative brainwashing forces you to default on.
Sep 1st 2010 7:20PM Oh my God! A footbal player is having sex!? WT&%?!# is this world coming to. This video tape must be some sort of cgi trickery. I just can't believe it's true. Footbal players live by a much higher standard than the rest of us lowly sinners. Damned be the unbelievers that perpetrated this fraud!
Aug 27th 2010 11:50AM Most people respect their vows? Are you living in a disney movie? The vast majority of marriages end in divorce, FACT.
But back to Tiger, I doubt the divorce and dissolution process is what really affected his game. The loss of the ability to go around banging multiple women is what has him moody and gloomy. Everyone knows that nothing makes a person happier than fun sex with willing partners. Especially if those partners look better than you do, which has been the case with Tiger given his fame. What he needs to do, is tell the american prudes, "F/U opressors, I'm ready to party like the playboy that God wants me to be." Only then will you see his game reach new heights.
Aug 25th 2010 2:23PM I hope you don't truly believe that diet cannot "cure" someone's obesity. The facts are simple, if you eat more calories than you burn, you gain weight. You need only go to countries like Sudan or even Iraq to see regions with less than 1% prevalence of obesity in the population to realize this. You can also look at the federal archive of pictures taken in the USA during the 1940's to see practically no obesity in the USA. This is a sharp contrast of what has happenned since Americans started eating increasing amounts of fast food and processed foods high in saturated fats and simple sugars. If you eat a diet which consists mainly of vegetables with some lean meats or fish thrown in (no more than 4 oz per meal and no more than 8 oz per day). Exclude all liquids other than water from the diet, including store processed juices and milk (the calcium, vitD and protein can easily be supplemented otherwise) which have little nutritional value and almost as much sugar as soda. Instead of OJ, for example, peel a fresh orange eat it and drink water. This will provide more nutritional value than drinking a carton of processed OJ which is full of empty calories and has degraded into mostly simple sugars -- you may as well be drinking high fructose corn syrup.
So get smart about your health folks, learn what modern science has shown us and practice the best of the recommended health and nutritional guidelines. You may want to check out realage dot com to get what you need over time.
Aug 25th 2010 1:54PM There's merit to what you say and certainly more people in society are taking the same side. The bigger problem is simply in the marriage contract itself. Marriage is an antiquated contract that modern society no longer needs. In fact, in modern times it is the only contract that is broken more than half the time it is entered into. If those statistics happenned with any other kind of contract the legal establishment would surely outlaw it. The only reason marriage is still legal is b/c the majority of the population is still brainwashed into believing that it is part of what they need to do in life to prove that they are mature adults. The reality is that marriage in modern times is nothing more than a sham where the promise of everlasting love and commitment is made under false pretenses and with full knowledge by both parties that they will likely just wait and see if they want to break the unreasonable terms whenever they feel like it. The unreasonable nature of the terms, "until death do us part" in itself should make the contract illegal in the first place since it is impossible to love someone continuously in such a way. The movement that we should all be supporting is not equality in marriage but rather OUTLAWING marriage. Wake up everyone, it's the 21st century.
Aug 6th 2010 6:56PM This message is to Greg,
Why should they start by giving rewards to the homeowners. Seems to me that they should start by giving rewards to those who acted responsibly and never got into trouble in the first place, if they are going to be giving money to anyone at all. But the bigger question is why are they even giving money to anyone of these "troubled" homeowners? They should never have been homeowners and should never have gotten "themselves" in trouble. Why should responsible americans have to pay for their mistakes while not receiving any kind of reward for acting responsibly themselves? I say take away all the bullcr..p government aid programs that have sprouted up as a result of this so called "crisis" which is nothing more than a bunch of greedy, thoughtless lowlifes who jumped into the boat thinking they'd make a quick a buck and get ahead of the rest of us. Should they be rewarded for not realizing when a contract is too good to be true? In america, we should live by "you reap what you sow" as we always have. They farmed those mortgages, I should not have to subsidize a copay to let them keep some of their illgotten fortunes which has already been spent.
Aug 6th 2010 6:35PM Or how about those who realized that buying was too risky to start with and are now renting. Shouldn't they receive some sort of reward for living a more modest life than those who are now robbing the rest of us by taking goverment money directly or inderectly by making the banks take government money for their losses. The fact is that the ones who are being robbed the most in this current economy are those who never entered into a mortgage contract in the first place. They are the ones flipping the bill for all those who decided to throw caution to the wind and live it up. It's time to wake up and smell the coffee. Yes it's sad to see people losing money, but not if they never really had it in the first place. All the so called victims now are nothing more than thieves that took the money and ran when it was placed in front of them. Now they have to complain and act the part of victims so they can scam the rest of us who acted with reasonable caution out of our hard earned tax dollars. Is that what America has become? A land of greedy losers who keep ripping off the responsible good folk everytime they see a chance. These lowlifes are no different than the thieves that are ripping us all off through welfare scams.
Aug 4th 2010 9:06PM the idea that images cannot be saved when a machine is put into work anywhere is ludicrous. Any machine that displays images can easily be made to record those images if not through its own software then by simply hooking up a simple recording device which may be no bigger than your finger. The video can even be streamed through the internet in real time with a small transmitter and any nearby laptop.