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#6220301 Ask your baby for permission, before changing diaper. Sexual consent expert says

Posted by IGotWorms on 11 May 2018 - 10:43 AM

LOL I had a moment like this at my kids daycare.

Its pretty hoity toity and they consider themselves a serious school vs where you stash your kid while at work. Also its very liberal or hippyish.

So one day Im dropping off the four year old and ask him for a hug. Hes being a butthead that morning so he doesnt immediately comply. I then take my hug. Hes squirming and saying no but thats just a little game we play (he knows not to tell anyone... just kidding!!)

So the head lady at the daycare pulls me aside and shes like um little Johnny indicated that he wasnt consenting to that touching, and its very important that we honor and respect that so he learns appropriate boundaries as far as people saying no and others respecting it when they say no.

I mean Ill be honest, it does make some degree of sense. But at the same time I was just like lady I gotta get to focking work and I cant wait til my own kid quote unquote consents before I give him a g0ddamn goodbye hug.

Shes not a fan of mine.

#6219933 Geek Club 'Who's Hottest?' Thread : Edition 1

Posted by IGotWorms on 10 May 2018 - 09:09 PM

They all look the same :dunno:

#6217635 Neighbor chose the rope last night

Posted by IGotWorms on 08 May 2018 - 08:11 AM

Dang, thats sad. Poor kids :(

#6209053 Ha ha / Charade you are

Posted by IGotWorms on 25 April 2018 - 11:53 PM

Yeah. I saw him trading solos on Comfortably Numb with ??Snowy White?? It was pretty great as I recall.

But, I also remember thinking at the time that it was Gilmour who wrote those solos originally.

I should mention here that Gilmour is one my top 3 favorite guitarists. Not a shredder, but wow can he set a mood. I think his solo on Another Brick in the Wall is one of the most inventive and well executed guitar solos of all time.


Snowy White was awesome.


He's got a dude touring with him now, Dave Kilmeinster, who is probably better than David Gilmour. I sh!t you not. Watch the g0ddamn video above, he focking slays Dogs (he's the one on the left)

#6207333 How hot would a girl have to be, for your to agree to these "Sex Stipulat...

Posted by IGotWorms on 23 April 2018 - 03:04 PM

Sounds pretty good to me. Shes into spanking and hair pulling and all you have to do is say youre cvmming before you paint her face :wub:

#6206737 How great was MDC

Posted by IGotWorms on 22 April 2018 - 07:56 PM

RIP? :cry:

#6204585 Plane engine explodes mid flight

Posted by IGotWorms on 19 April 2018 - 10:32 AM

I agree.  My guess is that her head went out the window and it wasn't exactly a smooth exit.  She was pretty well messed up at that point.  They pulled her back in and tried CPR, but the damage was already done by that point.  Heck, even if they landed right away, she wouldn't have made it. 

Can you breathe with your head out the window at 30,000 feet? I kinda doubt it, certainly not well anyway. That mightve been part of the issue too.

#6204235 Got an important decision to make pt. deux

Posted by IGotWorms on 18 April 2018 - 09:52 PM

As you geeks know, I am the greatest lawyer that ever lived.

Well now I have to choose between a clerkship with the United States Supreme Court or the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals.

Now you might think Supreme Court is the obvious answer. BUT my brother in law (formerly dying of cancer but he cured cancer and made a miraculous recovery, because thats how my family rolls) tells me that hes got a great business plan for me after the D.C. Circuit. The details are a little fuzzy but apparently it involves making certain inconvenient personal problems go away for prominent politicians and media personalities.

So what do yall think? Id appreciate honest responses here and not the usual crap from a bunch of pathetic losers who sit around posting all day at this sh1thole where I also post. TIA :thumbsup:

#6203972 Bad day for FBI/DOJ scumbags.

Posted by IGotWorms on 18 April 2018 - 12:23 PM

Loretta Lynch should be concerned. She's implicated by McCabe as threatening the NYFO of FBI and NYPD with being charged in the death of Eric Garner.

This is just a couple weeks after Weiner's laptop is discovered and McCabe sat on the evidence. The NYPD and NYFO want to proceed with evidence but in steps LL and changes prosecutors Oct. 25th, 2016. Then Comey comes in to reopen email case to notify Congress then immediately shut it back down.


You guys are pretty whack so Im not taking this at face value.

BUT, I did think it was interesting that Comey kept saying there was some allegation out there that lynch was essentially interfering on clintons behalf and thats why he made the public statements that he did about the email investigation. Comey said he didnt believe the allegations but if they came out after the election it could make it look like DOJ/FBI were conspiring to protect Clinton if he didnt make a public pronouncement on the investigation.

I am curious to find out what those allegations were and if there was any merit.

#6201945 Comey Book

Posted by IGotWorms on 16 April 2018 - 08:10 AM

I agree with the above.
There is little doubt that Comey has one helluva ego, possibly even on a Trump like level. That is actually very dangerous for Trump, as most of Trump's foes/targets are content to just walk away from the car wreck.......But someone like Comey, with a Trump like ego and the belief that he has the moral high ground, he may feel like it's his duty to his nation to fight this fight.
And I totally see his reasoning in how he handled the Clinton situation and the announcement that they were looking into more emails just before the election. If he keeps quiet, she wins, and the story of additional emails that the FBI knew of and kept quiet about comes out later, we all know the reality of how that plays out with certain media and a Republican Congress. Yes, I wish we existed in a time in which our leaders could look at each situation and just do what is right instead of having to bend to the narratives that will be pushed by those with agendas. But unfortunately we are now at such a point that if you don't bend to the narratives of the agenda driven, you may destroy your entire organization. And if you believe your organization serves the greater good, doing what is right in an individual instance likely means damaging the country on a larger scale.
I blame us, the people. We are now slaves to what gives us individually the biggest endorphin shot as opposed to having any interest in the greater good of the whole.

He shouldve just never commented in the first place. No grandstanding about the decision not to charge, just a statement that there was insufficient evidence to charge. Period. Leave it at that. Then theres nothing to correct later and you dont end up throwing good money after bad. Theres a reason youre supposed to stay out of these things and we saw that play out with Comey in the most visceral way possible.

#6201939 Comey Book

Posted by IGotWorms on 16 April 2018 - 08:02 AM

Sure he does. Sure he does.

No worries...post your little hearts out....you still lost...bad. Youre going to wake up tomorrow...hes still there, and you still lost.

What did I lose?

Oh you mean the election?

Yeah dont care about that. Trump is a predictably awful president but Clinton was awful too.

I mean the election was a year and a half ago. Ive moved on and Im really only concerned with our situation now. Maybe its time for you as the quote-unquote winner to move on as well? :dunno:

#6201904 Comey Book

Posted by IGotWorms on 16 April 2018 - 07:19 AM

Lol..way to prove my above point moron.

Actually hes got you dead to rights.

Whataboutism is flawed anyway, but also you guys were complaining about mom  jeans and who obummer was having a beer with. Meanwhile everyone around trump is being indicted or having their offices raided and the former fbi Director is publicly calling him a destructive liar and a mob boss.

Apples to oranges, as they say.

#6201806 Comey Book

Posted by IGotWorms on 15 April 2018 - 10:13 PM

Pretty interesting interview of him on ABC tonight. Here's the transcript: http://abcnews.go.co...ory?id=54488723


Regardless of what you think of him, he's been involved in a whole lot of big sh1t. Even way before the election with the Bush torture stuff and whatnot. Interesting to hear his take on all of it.


Personally I think he's arrogant and fall of himself but ultimately in love with justice. Or his notion of justice anyway--that's one of the problems, is you have to understand that the term is in many ways subjective. You can take it too far and he probably has, but it's not the worst thing in the world to be a slave to.


I think he was put in a real tough spot with the election (Hilary Clinton email scandal and Russia investigation) and made a series of defensible but ultimately damaging blunders. Each one made the next step worse. One of those things where every turn in the path made some sense but you end up way far afield of where you should've been.

#6201422 What do you do about cancerous people?

Posted by IGotWorms on 15 April 2018 - 08:45 AM

My natural father is like that. I put up with it for almost thirty years. For a number of years, we practiced law together.

Hes bitter, always angry, always negative. Everything is always bad, everyone is always stupid. He is also a raging control freak. Everyone has to be doing what he wants. We would all watch tv together, him controlling the remote of course. If his wife would go into the back to wash her hair or whatever, hed get annoyed. If I went to talk to my girlfriend on the phone (I was 22) he got annoyed.

There were daily screaming matches and head games. Raging narcissist.

I finally realized he didnt really see the people around him as people. I was not special to him for myself, or anything normal, but almost as an institution. The heir to the throne. An extension of himself, his genes thrown into the future.

We had a huge blow out around the time I met my ex wife. He was hideously rude to her, he and I damn near came to blows, and I resigned from the practice.

Shortly thereafter, after a couple more fights, I was done. I eventually asked my stepdad (who married my mom when I was 8 and thus raised me) to adopt me and took his name.

Havent spoken to my father since. That was... around ten years ago Id say. His wife has tried to contact me a couple of times. I didnt respond.

Do I feel bad about it? Yeah. Sometimes. He is my father and was for a long time my best friend. We are a lot alike, in good ways and bad. I try my best to fight the demons he long since gave into.

Bottom line... he is miserable and rather than changing anything, he chooses to blame the world and everyone in it. The more I was around it the more like him I became. I feel like I had to do what I did.

I still feel guilt though. One day Ill get the deathbed call. Since I live on the other side of the world, I wont go, and it will probably haunt me.

You should reach out. Forgive. Hell you live half the world away. All you gotta do is see him once.

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Posted by IGotWorms on 14 April 2018 - 09:55 AM

12th Man. Uses way too much teeth :thumbsdown: