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Old 08-30-2007, 07:54 PM   #161
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Sometimes, majorities are wrong.


what!?!?!?!

you mean to tell me that sometimes The Will of the People might not be what's Right and True?

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Old 08-30-2007, 08:00 PM   #163
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Old 08-31-2007, 06:54 AM   #164
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I can't believe you can be arrested for putting your foot under someones stall and passing your hand under there. What if he thought he needed some paper?
Here's some paper
RIGHT you're nicked homo!
or to somesuch.

I don't know if I really think baiting is a great idea. Placing temptation is sort of putting someone up for the fall. If i was walking the streets and found $20 on the road, i'd pick it up, look around for anyone in case it was theres and then keep it. What if police put it there to catch would be theifs? How shite would that be?

I sort feel sorry for the guy 1. if he wasn't doing anything, the fact that you can get arrested for such small things (maybe he was being jolly and tapping his foot in time with the other guy)
or 2. if he was doing anything - it jus shows another in the closet man living a secret half hearted life - shit scared of anything coming to the fore. Yes they still vote to keep them gay peeps down. and keeping the whole discrimatory actions going on
sad sad cycle.
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Old 08-31-2007, 08:05 AM   #165
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Agreed about baiting...I never how understood how those kind of vice/sting operations aren't entrapment and unconstitutional.

And re: deep's post above I would report neither. I'm not sure if I've been peeked at, but if I was a harmless peek isn't something to squeal to the cops about. Hell, I've taken the odd peek at somebody before, no harm in peeking.

As for the other one, I've had somebody randomly offer to let me go around the world for $10. Call a cop? No, I just declined, she said "my cousin's a lucky girl" and that was it. But then again I think prostitution ought to be legal so maybe I'm biased.
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Old 08-31-2007, 08:28 AM   #166
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I could give a shit about Craig (the higher the horse, the longer the fall), but unwanted sexual advances in bathrooms are not something to excuse. People who commit sexual assaults frequently start with peeping and exposure. I'm not talking about what Craig did, but in this thread people seem to be excusing peeping and other forms of sexual assault.
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Tolerance isn't easy for some, and don't forget, they are perverts!
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it's interesting -- Craig is both a purveyor of, and victim of, homophobia.

like so many Republicans these days. isn't it weird that the very legislation Craig voted for creates the kind of cultural environment where a closted man like himself feels compelled to participate in the very behaviors produced by a culture that is hostile to openly gay lives?

oh, the irony.

also, it seems like this cop was really, really trying to get an arrest out of this. and, hey, he was only harassing a fag, so no biggie. those pervs deserve it.

only this fag happened to be a Senator.

anyway -- do people now see why some police departments in major cities have BGLT units? that, amongst some gays, there's as big a mistrust and resentment towards the police as there is in some African-American communites, as both groups have a hsitory of being harassed, knocked around, and degraded by police officers?

that's why DC has this guy:



and here's an interesting article on him and his unit.
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You chose to leave out that the Senator peeked in on the officer a couple of times thru the cracks in the stall first in #2.

And I have been approached numerous times as a youth and young adult, but being a youth wasn't fully cognizant of my rights and did nothing.

If I was being peeked on in a stall in a public bathroom and that guy that sat next to me a started sliding his foot over and then his hand under the divider, then yes I would probably dial 911 and/or find the nearest officer and report him.

And if a fruitball offered me 20.00 for sex I would do take the same course of action.

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You know, it's really funny (read: old and tired) that you're portraying yourself as the beacon of all things pure and moral, considering your admitted past.
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it's interesting -- Craig is both a purveyor of, and victim of, homophobia.

like so many Republicans these days. isn't it weird that the very legislation Craig voted for creates the kind of cultural environment where a closted man like himself feels compelled to participate in the very behaviors produced by a culture that is hostile to openly gay lives?

oh, the irony.
There ought to be a name for it...if he were black he'd be an Uncle Tom.
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You know, it's really funny (read: old and tired) that you're portraying yourself as the beacon of all things pure and moral, considering your admitted past.


through Jesus n' Rehab, all things are possible, and all things are forgiven.

doesn't matter if you spent your life being a total shit -- if you say you're sorry to Jesus just before you die (and so long as your penis only found a 2nd home inside vaginas), then all's good.
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There ought to be a name for it...if he were black he'd be an Uncle Tom.


the gay term is "Auntie Tom."

seriously.
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In case some of you missed this (sorry if it's already been posted, I scanned the thread and didn't see it, but it's worth repeating anyway...)

"A Nasty, Bad Naughty Boy"
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In case some of you missed this (sorry if it's already been posted, I scanned the thread and didn't see it, but it's worth repeating anyway...)

"A Nasty, Bad Naughty Boy"


makes me wonder if he's just repeating the same words he paid Jeff Gannon to say to him ...




(no, just kididng, i have no idea of Craig was one of Gannon's clients; now Scott McCleland ...)
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Old 09-02-2007, 12:12 PM   #178
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makes me wonder if he's just repeating the same words he paid Jeff Gannon to say to him ...




(no, just kididng, i have no idea of Craig was one of Gannon's clients; now Scott McCleland ...)
Clearly he had spanking on his mind.
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Senator Arlen Specter said Idaho Republican Larry Craig should try to withdraw his guilty plea to disorderly conduct in connection with an incident in an airport men's room and fight the case.

``I think he could be vindicated,'' Specter, the senior Republican on the Senate Judiciary Committee, said on the ``Fox News Sunday'' program.

Specter, of Pennsylvania, said that Craig ``hasn't resigned'' from the Senate, only that he ``intends to resign'' as of Sept. 30. That gives Craig a month to fight the case in court, Specter said. If the case went to trial, Specter said Craig ``wouldn't be convicted of anything.''
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Craig should have just told the officer that he would get back to him in 24 hours

then Craig would have had time to have consulted with counsel and get his story straight


-> Dick Cheney got drunk and shot someone in the face
law enforcement had to wait 24 hours before they could get a meeting with Cheney
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