Tuesday, August 27, 2013

MILEY CYRUS: HELPING PEDOPHILES LIKE ARIEL CASTRO KIDNAP YOUNG GIRLS






I love the shocked, horrified, revolted, stunned faces on Will Smith and his family at the MTV Music Video Awards. Yes, I know it's now been debunked as a rumor — that the Smith family was not really making faces in reaction to the disgusting Miley Cyrus VMA display; they were apparently looking at Lady Gaga when this photo was taken, but still ... it mimics the world's reaction to Miley's sick sociopathic twerking. Yuk! Ick!! Sick, sick, sick.

This, along with the Housewives of New Jersey, Orange County, Beverly Hills and Miami -- make me ashamed to be a woman in America.

No wonder pedophiles like Ariel Castro kidnap young girls and hold them as sex slaves. Girls are confused. Men are confused. No wonder young men are loosing control and have no idea that life is deeper than a lap dance and a video shoot-out.

How do you find your soul in a pornographic world?

I was a sex symbol on Too Close for Comfort. I know the profound effect of having to keep up the ruse - the ruse of pretending to not be smart in order to make men feel better -- and the dumb blonde routine of having nothing going on other than your body and your looks.

I just discovered that Harry Langdon is selling the outtakes from my bikini poster session on ebay, and even I was shocked at how naked I almost appeared. But then again, I was on cocaine and champagne.

Nothing is a bigger turnoff than in-your-face arrogance or lack of humility. And never have I been more disgusted by American woman than by the talentless Miley Cyrus. She has set women back light years.  And now I have lost respect for Lady Gaga, who was once my favorite. Why is she suddenly so desperate to be naked?  Why the constant selfies and showing off of butts squatting like lap dancers? This goes along with a Demonic Nerd theory I have -- but I'll save that for later.

How can young girls who looked up to her as Disney's innocent Hannah Montana make sense of this?
How can you find your soul in a pornographic world if the only role models are hookers and porn starts like Miley Cyrus who is the ultimate narcissist screaming for attention because SHE HAS NO TALENT.

Your career is over Miley. It really is. No matter  how much attention you get today for your increasingly bizarre and desperate 'butt shots" -- this is not a career.

You, Amanda Bynes and Lady Gaga have gone too far.

And the sad thing is, it's not really your fault. It's our culture which promotes box office numbers and money and Twitter followers over substance.

Style over substance.

That's why Adele's music will last forever and you will be forgotten.

I can't believe that since I played Sara Rush on Too Close for Comfort in the 80s, the world has gone this far backward.

Women have been relegated to being nothing more than sex objects.

No wonder we are falling apart.

It's time to change all that.

I am very excited about the death of American pop culture. If even the jaded media could be shocked at this horrific MTV Video Awards -- if even celebrities are shocked at Miley Cyrus revolting, horrifying, ugly, sociopathic, display, then there is hope.

Thank God we are still able to be shocked!

88 comments:

  1. I AM ANGRY.
    THIS SETS WOMEN BACK LIGHT YEARS.

    WE HAVE LOST TOO MANY YOUNG GIRLS.

    I should know.

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  2. I almost agree, but I strongly disagree with the actual tie to this article. Yes, Miley Cyrus is doing things for attention, and is getting it for acting trampy instead of because of her talent. But saying that she encourages pedophiles somehow assumes that pedophiles need encouragement to be pedophiles. It's also dangerously close to the line of reasoning that says "if you didn't dress like that, no one would've attacked you."

    Again: I think Miley Cyrus is a talentless hack. I am not defending what she did, but I almost agree, but I strongly disagree with the actual tie to this article. Yes, Miley Cyrus is doing things for attention, and is getting it for acting trampy instead of because of her talent. But saying that she encourages pedophiles somehow assumes that pedophiles need encouragement to be pedophiles. It's also dangerously close to the line of reasoning that says "if you didn't dress like that, no one would've attacked you."

    Again: I think Miley Cyrus is a talentless hack. I am not defending what she did. But I think the title you chose for this goes too far the other way.

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    1. Matthew, please read my other blogs. Obviously you don't realize I did this headline as an extreme gimmick to bring attention to something that is hidden. Everything I do as an artist has a sense of the absurd, but at the same time, you are not a woman and the breadcrumbs lead back to the beginning.

      I wrote a movie called 'Venus Conspiracy" which lays out the plot (a comedy) in a pretty Dr. Strangelovian way.

      Thanks for your input.
      Luv xo

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  3. Also: I think that saying "this sets women back light years" doesn't give Women much credit for their resilience.

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  4. I really don't know who she is Lydia. I saw the story on Yahoo but like most of these kids singing today I just don't know (and don't really care) who she is.

    She looks like a dyke though, ...not that there's anything wrong with that.

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  5. I have to agree with Matthew the Astrologer though, that I think its probably not going to have that much of an impact. We've been seeing stuff like this since Madonna and really if you think about it Marilyn Monroe. Heck even Mae West. Its burlesque basically, just a modern form of it. If her audience is kids though its sad. No worse than those rap videos they watch all day though that's for sure. At least she's pushing sex and not violence.

    On the other hand I think I see where you're coming from too. You're right, its this constant degradation, tolerance for feeding our kids smut, etc that's eroding our society as a whole.

    And looking at the videos I think its pretty clear that like the rest of them someones feeding her crack or meth or something. She's strung out. I looked at her pictures online after reading your article and just like any meth\crack\smack, etc head you can see the progression from a healthy young girl to a bony, strung out nutcase.

    She's on drugs. That's the problem that I think people ought to be worried about. The kids see it, even if we don't.

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  6. And if you think about it, Sara Rush was also a sex object, although in a more 80's wholesome manner (although some of those outfits were pretty skimpy).

    I don't think the sex here is the biggest issue. I think the issue is the kids seeing this sort of strung out drug addict behavior.

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  7. Johnnydoodoo, your ability to be obtusely crass and perpetually bellicose is only exceeded by your amazingly pedestrian literary skills.

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  8. Yes. It was a perfect world before television. Hey, what violent TV shows do you think Genghis Khan was watching?

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    1. Advertising is all about images. Advertisers invest over 25 billion a year in commercials and images to sell products. If advertising didn't work to sway people, they wouldn't spend the money.

      Violent video games and rampant images of young women half dressed are influencing young people more than you know.

      "Girls ages 10-15 have the lowest self-esteem and highest rate of suicide attempts of any other group."

      Geena Davis Institute on gender media bias has some shocking statistics about women’s roles in 2013:

      Of the 5,554 speaking characters studied, 71% were male, 29% female. This translates into a ratio of 2.42 males to every 1 female, which has not changed significantly in 20 years. Female characters are more likely to be shown as “eye candy.” A higher percentage of females than males are depicted in sexualized attire (24% vs. 4%) and as physically attractive (14% vs. 3.6%). They are also often portrayed as younger than their male counterparts, reinforcing the idea that youthfulness, beauty, and a sexy demeanor are more important for females than for males.’

      http://www.thegeenadavisinstitute.org/media/

      (AP) The suicide rate among preteen and young teen girls spiked 76 percent, a disturbing sign that federal health officials say they can't fully explain… According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention the biggest increase was in the suicide rate for 10- to 14-year-old girls.

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  9. It never ceases to amaze me the incredibly obtuse modern man, who is so full of himself that he simply refuses to acknowledge that violence on tv and in movies impacts us. Its because of their pride, and arrogance, in deluding themselves that "oh I'm not influenced by it" . This sort of self delusion is what facilitates the incredible levels of violence we feed our kids these days.

    As long as there are enough people out there willing to declare that they don't "think" violence on tv impacts us, ...then it will continue to impact us.

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  10. Never mind that more than 3000 studies done by the medical and scientific community over a period spanning more than 30 years has proven conclusively that violence on tv and in movies directly increases aggression in youth.

    Never mind that those studies are readily available on the American Medical Society, the American Pediatric Society and the American Psychiatric society's websites.

    Never mind that.

    But one would think that given advertisers have proven successfully for decades that TV influences our behavior, that even the most obtuse of individuals would be able to plainly see the correlation.

    But they don't.

    Because ego, and baseless pride blind them.

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  11. In 1975 Pepsi cola was bordering on bankruptcy. It was finished.

    Then ONE SINGLE Television commercial, ...one single commercial played at the Super Bowl featuring Micheal Jackson (who at the time was the biggest star in the world) drinking Pepsi and purporting its cool to drink it, and suddenly BILLIONS of people started drinking it, taking it from bankrupt status, ...to NUMBER 1 in sales.

    :|

    ..yea.....what we see on television....does not influence it.

    And green cheese comes from the moon.

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    1. Can you provide a link?

      I can find no information of Pepsi bordering on bankruptcy in the 70's at all...

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    2. dvertising is all about images. Advertisers invest over 25 billion a year in commercials and images to sell products. If advertising didn't work to sway people, they wouldn't spend the money.

      Violent video games and rampant images of young women half dressed are influencing young people more than you know.

      "Girls ages 10-15 have the lowest self-esteem and highest rate of suicide attempts of any other group."

      Geena Davis Institute on gender media bias has some shocking statistics about women’s roles in 2013:

      Of the 5,554 speaking characters studied, 71% were male, 29% female. This translates into a ratio of 2.42 males to every 1 female, which has not changed significantly in 20 years. Female characters are more likely to be shown as “eye candy.” A higher percentage of females than males are depicted in sexualized attire (24% vs. 4%) and as physically attractive (14% vs. 3.6%). They are also often portrayed as younger than their male counterparts, reinforcing the idea that youthfulness, beauty, and a sexy demeanor are more important for females than for males.’

      http://www.thegeenadavisinstitute.org/media/

      (AP) The suicide rate among preteen and young teen girls spiked 76 percent, a disturbing sign that federal health officials say they can't fully explain… According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention the biggest increase was in the suicide rate for 10- to 14-year-old girls.

      WORF: PLEASE leave comments on the new thread "Magic of Synchronicity"

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  12. In the 1960s cancer research was beginning to show a correlation between cigarettes and lung cancer and was being publicized.

    Now the Tobacco companies had a dilemma. Here they had a product that smells bad, tastes bad, stains your skin, teeth and hair and makes your clothes stink, ...and now come to find out, kills you.

    So what to do......?

    Simple.

    Run some TV commercials showing its "cool" to smoke (think "Silva Thins). Or "tough" to smoke (think Taryltons, I'd rather fight than switch). Or so important you'd walk a mile to get one (Think Camel) , ...or adventurous (think "Marlboro Country") , ..or Macho (think "Marlboro Man").

    Then they decided to enlarge their customer base. After all the majority of smokers in the 1960s were still men. So how to get the women to smoke?

    Easy.

    Run some television commercials equating smoking cigarettes with the massive 60's era "Women's Lib" movement. Tell the women "You've come a long way baby" (Virginia Slims) and next thing you know, sales of cigarettes to women go through the roof.

    No, ...what we see on television doesn't influence us Matthew.

    And I'm the Pope.

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  13. Ahem... the 8 year old that shot his grandmother in the back of the head on purpose right after watching a video game...

    Why doesn't anyone ask: WHY DO ADVERTISERS SPEND 25 BILLION A YEAR ON ADS IF ads and advertising and commercials and IMAGES DON'T WORK?

    WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE??

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  14. AND WORSE: Why did the 8 year old have access to a loaded gun?

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  15. After seeing this sick judge Todd Baugh of Montana give a rapist only 31 days, after his victim, a 14 year old girl committed suicide -- to hear this career judge who holds court like some unopposed King, speak about a young girl the way he did.

    He should be put in prison himself.

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  16. My friend committed suicide too, after being abused by her husband and left for dead and bankrupted. All she wanted was to see her children. But her husband bought the corrupt judge off. The husband is a billionaire. He hangs out with the KKK.

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  17. Gawd... for the love of Zeus.. my title is provocative and obviously meant for effect... but you have no idea what I'm really talking about!!

    Yes, it encourages pedophiles -- who think a young woman having anal sex with a Teddy bear in her video and encouraging young girls to emulate her - gives all women a bad name and image.
    Have you even seen the "Housewives shows"

    I know many young scientists that are women, but they are not even allowed a show on Discovery Channel because NO ONE VIEWS WOMEN AS ANYTHING BUT 'Hos

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  18. Worf, I agree with you: Miley is on MOLLY MDMA -- a horrible street drug. If you watch her video that was nominated "We Can't Stop" it is all about the drug..

    So sick

    Another casualty

    Glad to be 19 years sober..

    Love you all.
    Sorry, but I am allowed to be ANGRY on my own blog once in a while.

    And there is a link Matthew. Obviously this isn't your milieu.


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  19. Really? I haven't seen anything she's ever done. I just see her picture a lot on MSN and Yahoo, Google, etc. So her dance eludes to it ay? I knew it! I could tell just looking at photos of her. You can just google her and click images and see the progression of her from a normal healthy pretty girl to this zombified freak she's turned into now. She looks terrible. Simply awful.

    What is MDMA? Is it like crack or something?

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  20. Whatever it is it makes her look awful and act even worse. Bizarre, the tongue out thing, the lewd positions at the kids place, I mean, normal people, including entertainers don't do that.

    She should take a long look at what those drugs and booze did to Whitney Houston.

    Getting old as we all know ain't a picnic but its a lot better than the alternative.

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  21. The worse part is her fan base is probably young girls, pre-teens, etc who fantasize about being her.

    Does anyone managing her stop and think about this?

    How many kids are messed up out there because they emulate behavior they see out of their idols?

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    1. Exactly!! (Oh, I didn't know you could reply directly to a post)

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  22. No one will come out and say it. But the more I think about it, you're right: it's obvious she's on that amped up meth-ecstacy stuff.

    And if you watch her video "We can't Stop!" Check it out

    Apparently she was caught smoking something and said she tried drugs..

    Maybe it's not true. Don't know.

    Maybe she's the ultimate Lenny Bruce of our day, but this was not even ART!
    She has no idea how disturbing the things she did on stage were -- not even close to Madonna or anyone else.

    I am also offended by Rihanna's "humping the air' and touching of crotch.. but nothing compares to Miley's unsexy tongue and gross display and LACK OF HUMILITY

    It must be drugs..

    Hope she doesn't wake up suicidal one day.. poor thing. God Bless her.

    Maybe she actually helped women start the backlash and take back our power.

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  23. Matthew - cool astrology site. Do you have an "About the Astrologer" section? Who are you and how did you get involved in astrology and do you have a personal story about why or how you know it works/


    Thank you.

    Moo Moo -- I'm sorry for my comments. I didn't mean to hurt your feelings. I can't believe how cruel you are to me. Why? This is my blog, my living room.

    Please don't speak to me that way.

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  24. You have an interesting bio Matthew. You seem like a great guy. But given you're an astrologer, apparently by trade, is it really that hard for YOU, ..to see how what we see and hear, .....can influence our behavior?

    Ponder on that one, then tell me what sign I am.

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  25. Even though I've been on Facebook where I can't keep up with 5 Facebook pages -- this will always be home.
    You are my homies :)))

    Kidding

    But not really.

    Love you all.

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  26. Matthew's an author and has been on TV. Pretty impressive.

    http://www.astrology.com/matthew-currie/2-d-d-5058

    I don't really believe in astrology but I've read my horoscope before. Interesting stuff.

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  27. And don't take all the pompous "obtuse" comments to heart. Its not you, its your straw argument that I've been addressing. Its a tired old straw argument, so unoriginal that you referenced Ghengis Kahn (by far the most widely used nefarious historical character pre-broadcast, followed by Hitler, Jack the Ripper, etc) that does not address the issue.

    Instead it morphs the issue into an argument no one is making, e.g "ALL violence stems from television". No one of course is making such a ridiculous argument, thus your straw argument responding to it as if someone had made it...well...that's what makes it a straw argument.

    No one said "ALL violence stems from television", so bringing up a character who committed acts of violence prior to the onset of broadcast tv (way, way prior) is simply propagating an inane, tired and sad straw argument that in turn helps perpetuate the problem.

    The fact that such arguments sail past half the brain dead mob is the reason nothings ever done about it.

    If we want to fix the problem, then we need to be part of the solution, or at least get out of the way.

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  28. Medical science has proven unmistakably that there is a direct connection between violence on the screen (whether tv, video game, movie, etc) and increased aggression in our youth.

    So the argument should stop there.

    But it doesn't because we live in a world where what we "believe" outweighs what we know.

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    1. Straw answer to a straw argument...

      So basically you're not against ALL violence,
      just violence inspired by television?

      "No one said ALL violence stems from television"
      Yet "Medical science"...yada, yada, yada...

      We also "know" that kids without a father figure
      in the home are likely to be more aggressive.
      Should the argument stop before that too?

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  29. No dummy. Your illiterate, infantile blather in no way reflects anything I said.

    You're a dolt. A mental midget in need of serious, psychiatric attention.

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    1. Ah, ad hominem attacks.

      Means you don't have an intelligent answer.

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  30. ... yapping little demon-weasel.

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  31. I suppose since you only have the mental capacity to focus on one specific point at a time, we'll just go with televisions impact for now.

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  32. Yea, ...only the part your little tantrum leaves out is that that "one specific point" happens to be the one I was making, as opposed to all the other straw arguments you invented to pile onto the other one.

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  33. Focus on that, demon-weasel.

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  34. ...and by the way demon-weasel, ...saying "blah blah blah" doesn't negate over 3000 studies done over 3 decades, nor the medical community and governing bodies who are the ones actually making the point.

    As I said, thanks to inbred throwback backwards 6000 year old earth believing mutants like yourself, ...we live in a world where what we "believe" outweighs what we know.

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  35. Mathew said:

    "Yes. It was a perfect world before television. Hey, what violent TV shows do you think Genghis Khan was watching?"

    Genghis Khan,Hitler,Stalin,and Pol-Pot,very much enjoyed "The Bionic Man & "The Terminator"............lol!

    Love how, Worf,attempts (futilely I might add) to nullify a remarkably violent human past with his babble nonsense. He also tries to appease Lydias effort to play moral God.


    While Lydia may bark about young girls who discover/enjoy their wonderful power over men,40,000 children die each week from starvation............her whining seems a little unbalanced ??? Stop wining and be more positive man!!!

    Worf,the king dingbat, easily dismisses the words of top forensic FBI psychological profilers so as to blindly agree with a bunch of quack doctors...........the medical field never lets the people down with their exact science.......lol!



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  36. Again, repeating an ignorant straw argument in no way lends it any credence.

    The ignorance you and these rabble of rodents who scurry in here with you is only exceeded by your infantile vocabulary.

    You are a punk Moo Moo, nothing more. Never will be anything more. And when that weak back of yours finally gives out and you can no longer earn a living doing handyman jobs, ...you'll be relegated to long journey to nowhere that you've been steadily heading towards your entire life.

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  37. But don't worry. You'll meet these other mindless twit-weasels on the way.

    You're all headed there, and your infantile blather in here, won't alter that course one centimeter.

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  38. And to just further illuminate your incredibly infantile ignorance, behold the whining twit-weasel.

    "Here comes Worfy Boo Hoo9:11 PM
    Ah, ad hominem attacks.



    ..let us all reflect for a moment, on this little crying sissy whining about "ad hominem attacks", while simultaneously using a handle that is in and of itself an ad hominem attack.

    Blind, deluded ignorance like that can't be purchased in stores, or online.

    That sort of blind, self deluded ignorance is only possible via breeding.

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  39. And by the way, twit-weasel.

    Your own argument that "ad hominem attacks means you don't have an intelligent answer", means that nothing you said constitutes an intelligent answer since every comment you made is under the pseudonym of an "ad hominem attack".

    : |


    ....think much before you speak do you?

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  40. Really Worfy, you should try decaf. You're so easily excitable...

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  41. Worf, most guys enjoy looking at attractive women,unless your a little DIFFERENT.

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  42. I watched the video of Miley on network news, to the delight of both male and female anchormen.

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  43. I'm hungry!Wheres Lydia to fix me a 5 course meal??

    : )

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  44. Worf

    You can chew on one of my very smelly work socks and pick the lint out of my belly-button......LOL!

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  45. Its "you're a little different", not "your" and as usual zippy (as in pinhead) you're a day late and a dollar short. And as usual like the rest of your "Band of Boneheads" you show up with nothing but yet another straw argument, since I was the one who said I didn't "see the sex as the biggest issue here".

    Of course reality and the crap you and the clown college alumni here spew in here are poles apart.

    Like all good trolls, you never let the facts get in the way of a good story.

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  46. ...uhm...a good cure for that would be to stop coming in here to spread your negativity.

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  47. "...again with the negative waves Moriarty, ....why don't you say something righteous, ..and hopeful for a change..." - Oddball

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  48. Quit yer whinin people!!

    Obviously,Worf,and ,Lydia, have little or no concept on how to think positively. Therefore, I will post a happy story.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1hvat0D_O3w

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  49. Sorry you know I don't watch anything but your Tank videos. I refuse to encourage your infantile behavior.

    But here, here's something that will amuse you. It looks like you republicans are going to finally get your wish and see Obama impeached. Republicans have been calling for it since his first day in office. But given they had no impeachable offenses, (that were public anyway) it was just crying in the wind.

    But now it looks like he's going to give them their wish.

    Coupled with the spying scandal if he decides to ignore congress (assuming they do the right thing and vote to stay out of this mess in Syria without UN support) and just launch warstrikes (call it what you will but when you launch war planes off war ships and bomb other countries, its starting a war) on his own, then I'd say the two combined should give them sufficient grounds from a Constitutional perspective to impeach the man.

    I told you in 2007 I wasn't going to vote for him, because I saw this.

    What I can't figure out, is if as they keep telling us his being black doesn't bother them, then what is it about Obama the republicans don't like? After all other than "Obamacare" he's done pretty much everything the republicans wanted since he took office. From continuing the Bush wars, keeping the Bush cabinet intact, continuing the Bush economic policies, continued the Bush spying program, kept Bush's Gulags open holding prisoners of war indefinitely without hope in their dungeons, keeping the torture programs going but now "only if he calls for it", ...I mean....other than his being black and from Harvard what is it about this guy they don't like?

    His taste in shoes?

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  50. Well, whatever it is, it looks like he's delivering himself up to them on a silver platter. Coupled with his clearly unconstitutional spying program, choosing to ignore congress and attacking a foreign nation without UN support provide solid grounds for impeachment.

    I've seen the Syrian rebels. Muslim extremists who are no better than the government they're trying to overthrow. What he thinks these guys who execute people routinely for minor offenses are somehow going to be better than the current regime?

    Better the devil you know, ...you know?

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  51. I think the world (and the markets) are sick of war. Let Syria work it out on its own and keep out of it unless the international community feels there is cause to interfere.

    So far that hasn't been the case, and Obama isn't King of the world. A little humbleness here would work wonders for Obama.

    But I'm afraid its just not in him.

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  52. I agree with you 100% Worf............let Syria battle it out amongst themselves until they all wipe each other out over nothing! The world is over populated anyways.

    Even Tricky Dick once said:

    "The United States cant go on playing world police forever."

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  53. BTW, remember “Christopher Boyce” from the movie “The Falcon & the Snowman” staring Timothy Hutton & Sean Penn?

    Well, Boyce just released a new book about a week ago called “The Falcon and The Snowman: American Sons “

    I will be receiving an autographed copy from Boyce once it hits hardcover…………I’ve had the pleasure of meeting him; his wife Cait, and co-author Vince font recently.

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  54. "Obama's history-defying decision to seek Congressional approval on Syria"

    President Barack Obama, according to background briefings by his aides, reached a fateful decision late Friday afternoon as he strolled along the White House lawn with his chief of staff Denis McDonough. Contrary to every expectation by his national security team, Obama concluded that he should ask Congress for authorization to bomb Syria.

    The full reasoning behind the president’s turnabout remains murky.



    Well whaddaya know?

    I said I was afraid it just wasn't in him and it looks like I was wrong.

    This is one of those times when I'm glad to be wrong.

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  55. This is a good example of why we should never give up on our leaders, and continue to hope and pray for them to have and show wisdom.

    When we constantly criticize them all we're doing is tearing them down and spreading negativity. Its important to acknowledge when they are outright wrong, but at the same time we need to continually pray for them to make the right choices and decisions.

    Just about the time you've given up on them, and consigned yourself to joining the ranks of the naysayers and critics, they surprise you.

    Nothings over, till its over.

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  56. Does this mean the rest of the world still loves us?

    PS, what are you going to say if congress says "no" and
    he decides to go ahead anyway? From what I've read he isn't
    going to be bound by their decision...

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  57. As usual, no one said anything even remotely close to the babble coming out of hole of the runt-weasel, so nothing to respond to.

    If it says anything even remotely pertinent to my comments, someone wake me.

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  58. There are two types of people in this country Those who care about it, and hope and pray for their leaders and encourage them to make the right choices, and those like the runt-weasel here, who are just filled with blind, ignorant hate.

    The former type acknowledge when a leader does the right thing and hopes and prays for them to do right.

    But the latter type does nothing but bitch, moan, whine and complain.

    They have nothing constructive to offer.

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  59. I thought it was pretty relevant, he's made perfectly clear he feels he already has the authority to launch a missile strike against Syria. His asking congress to approve it is a mere formality.

    What will be your position if congress says "no" and he goes ahead anyway?

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  60. Further, there's no bitching, moaning, whinning or complaining there at all. It's just a simple question.

    But your reluctance to answer it IS an answer...

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  61. The first part was pretty valid too. You said after his election the world loved us again. I said they love us when they can walk all over us.

    Do you still believe the world loves us again?

    Watch Putin dismiss Zero at the G20 summit coming up...

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  62. While I realize in your drug addled infants brain that asking me to respond to statements that I never made constitutes relevancy, but to the rest of the planet, it does not.

    Had I said anything about "the world loving us" then it would be.

    But since I never said anything of the sort, ...well, thanks for once more showing us what a low life lying piece of shit, ...that you really are.

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  63. And as for your other false flag attack about why I don't answer the questions of a whining, moaning, bitching little puss like you?

    Simple.

    Because its not my fault if you're too inbred stupid to scroll up and read.



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  64. I'll say it again. There are two types of people in this country.

    Those who care about it, who acknowledge when a leader does something right, points out when they do something wrong and hopes and prays for them to make the right choices because its their country they care about.

    Then there's the other sort.

    Like this thing here.

    They have nothing to contribute. Nothing constructive to offer.

    All they do is try to "stick it to the other guy" however they can.

    They are the harbingers of gloom and doom. They infect anyone dumb enough to listen to them with their pathos.

    They are lazy, good for nothing defeatists who don't know how to lead, follow or get out of the way.

    All they do, is bitch, moan, whine and complain.

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  65. Its "you're a little different", not "your" and as usual zippy (as in pinhead) you're a day late and a dollar short. And as usual like the rest of your "Band of Boneheads" you show up with nothing but yet another straw argument, since I was the one who said I didn't "see the sex as the biggest issue here".

    Of course reality and the crap you and the clown college alumni here spew in here are poles apart.

    Like all good trolls, you never let the facts get in the way of a good story.





    Worf "YOUSE" amazingly gullible, I set thee bait, and the sucker falls fo' it.

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  66. Maybe it's your negative attitude that drove everyone out of here...just a thought...

    Always remember; you never HEAR yourself the way other people HEAR you.

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  67. When people here constantly speak of themselves in "High Regards" it shows that MAYBE they are looking back at their past, wishing that it could exist again, knowing that it can never be.

    Everything fades in time, our looks, our career, and finally our life itself.

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  68. "Worf "YOUSE" amazingly gullible, I set thee bait, and the sucker falls fo' it."


    ...nice attempt at downplaying getting your ass handed to you, but once again.

    :|

    of course, still got your ass handed to you.

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  69. Zippy the Pinhead said...

    Maybe it's your negative attitude that drove everyone out of here...just a thought


    In Zippy's tiny brain, positive equals negative.

    Of course up equals down, black equals white, ..

    : |


    Its part of existing in a bizarro world, ....even it it does only exist between his ears.

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  70. Zippy the Pinhead said...


    Everything fades in time, our looks, our career, and finally our life itself.


    ..yea.. for most of us.

    Then there's the ones like you....

    : |

    ...who never had it to begin with.

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  71. You acknowledge the last line of that post, but not the beginning of it.

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  72. That's because there's no need to respond to a straw argument.


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  73. Wanna deny that's what it is? Fine.

    Point to the spot above where above I spoke of myself in a high regard.

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  74. Negative? Moo Moo you obviously are not on Facebook where I post daily and it's all uplift.
    Please check out the new blog post Magic of Synchronicity
    Thank you
    xoxo
    Lydia

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  75. I have 5 Facebook pages and Twitter sites, and I forgot I even had a blog. That's the power of mark zuckerberg! L;OL

    Aside from Worf and Mike and Clif -- and the ones I love here including you guys... My best friends in the world are people on Facebook and I hate to even say that, but for the past year with the stalker -- these people flew out to California and showed up at my stalker hearing and we've been having a weekly Ustream show up until the final restraining order hearing. I had been doing a show for Facebook fans and friends for the past 3 years.

    Sorry I have not been able to keep up the blog like in the old days, but one day soon you'll find out why.

    But in the meantime, I'm sorry there is no room on my original Facebook page where I post daily. I have a fan page though that we started recently.

    Love you all. I'm planning on moving this over to Wordpress when the new website is finalized. Lots of exciting things in the works.

    Miss your input and I miss RANTING! hahahahahah

    I should post some of my facebook stuff over here. Boy Zuckerberg really did it to us didn't he?

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  76. Advertising is all about images. Advertisers invest over 25 billion a year in commercials and images to sell products. If advertising didn't work to sway people, they wouldn't spend the money.

    Violent video games and rampant images of young women half dressed are influencing young people more than you know.

    "Girls ages 10-15 have the lowest self-esteem and highest rate of suicide attempts of any other group."

    Geena Davis Institute on gender media bias has some shocking statistics about women’s roles in 2013:

    Of the 5,554 speaking characters studied, 71% were male, 29% female. This translates into a ratio of 2.42 males to every 1 female, which has not changed significantly in 20 years. Female characters are more likely to be shown as “eye candy.” A higher percentage of females than males are depicted in sexualized attire (24% vs. 4%) and as physically attractive (14% vs. 3.6%). They are also often portrayed as younger than their male counterparts, reinforcing the idea that youthfulness, beauty, and a sexy demeanor are more important for females than for males.’

    http://www.thegeenadavisinstitute.org/media/

    (AP) The suicide rate among preteen and young teen girls spiked 76 percent, a disturbing sign that federal health officials say they can't fully explain… According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention the biggest increase was in the suicide rate for 10- to 14-year-old girls.

    PLEASE GO TO NEW BLOG THREAD AND LEAVE COMMENTS THERE.

    THANK YOU

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