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on: December 1, 2017, 11:02
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Anyone new caught in (what shall we call this?) the current sexual web of lies? I've been out of the news cycle again for half a day. Just wondering.

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Post Re: Bill OReilly
on: December 1, 2017, 13:52
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Geraldo Rivera has been accused of abusing Bette Mid;er back in the '70s, in charges that include drugging her. He has apologized, but also said he remembers things differently. We'll see what results -- one disputed claim may not be enough to destroy him.

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on: December 1, 2017, 14:16
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One would think you'd have to drug Bette Midler if you wanted to have your way with her and she was unwillingly. She has the persona, of course, of a strong sassy broad who would sooner belt you in the mouth than look at you.

But I hadn't heard of that one. Rivera hot for Midler? I would have thought he was more the Nancy Pelosi type.

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Post Re: Bill OReilly
on: December 6, 2017, 20:27
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A sensible article by Dean Abbott regarding the ongoing Sexpocalypse:

The answer to the problems that have come to light in recent weeks, we are told, is more education, more legislation, more shallow efforts to circumvent deep human nature.  In short, we are told that the solution to the problems liberalism causes is more liberalism.  This is always the way.  This prescription, we can be sure, will only worsen our malady.

The real and only cure for a sexually out-of-control culture is the cultivation of sexual self-control.  Only individuals, in pursuing the good, can heal societal moral sickness.  This does not mean that institutions play no role.  They do.  The role of our social institutions ought to be to reinforce and reinstitute the strictures that the bonds of faith, family, and virtue place on us.  When that happens, the number of such deplorable instances plummets.

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The excesses of human misbehavior, we were told, could be curbed, if not eradicated, by a combination of education and legislation. Sexual harassment seminars in the workplace combined with anti-discrimination laws would bring about a world where the age-old dynamics between powerful men and attractive women would evaporate like pheromones dispersed by the tender breeze.

The revelations of powerful men persisting in their scurrilous ways have exposed that lie. Are we to believe that Louis C.K., for example, would have refrained from asking random women to watch him do disgusting acts if only he'd had an H.R. rep there to remind him that such behavior is wrong?

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Post Re: Bill OReilly
on: December 7, 2017, 09:38
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Here's another disturbing story about Kevin Spacey. Even libtard Norwegian royalty wasn't safe around him. Yikes.

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Post Re: Bill OReilly
on: December 7, 2017, 11:02
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Spacey was just paying it forward.

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on: December 7, 2017, 16:01
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[Rimshot]

It could be, however, that Spacey isn’t a closet homosexual. He’s a closet anti-monarchist.

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Post Re: Bill OReilly
on: December 7, 2017, 16:03
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Trying to steal the Crown Jewels? Sorry, I couldn't help myself.

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Post Re: Bill OReilly
on: December 7, 2017, 16:33
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That was a good one. Of course, this assumes the accusation is true, as I suspect it is.

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