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Thread started 03/13/17 5:35pm

2freaky4church
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Could masterbation be a crime in a part of Texas.

You cannot make up this shit.

http://www.fox19.com/stor...e-in-texas

Now I know why I am sane. haha. Kill me now.

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Reply #1 posted 03/13/17 5:44pm

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Image result for masturbate spelling mistakes

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Reply #2 posted 03/13/17 6:25pm

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she is a homophobic bigot...this law would make homosexual sex illegal

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Reply #3 posted 03/13/17 6:28pm

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*and yes i know it is a joke

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Reply #4 posted 03/14/17 12:51am

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2freaky4church1 said:


You cannot make up this shit.



http://www.fox19.com/story/34776640/bill-aims-to-make-mens-masturbation-a-crime-in-texas


Now I know why I am sane.

haha.

Kill me now.





What's wrong?

Don't you like having laws that require you to make babies as a consequence of having sex?

Or be abstinent?




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Reply #5 posted 03/14/17 7:39am

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Looks like Only supports it. We know what you do in the dark Only.

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Reply #6 posted 03/14/17 7:57am

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2freaky4church1 said:

Looks like Only supports it. We know what you do in the dark Only.

it is not real it is a joke she is trolling the legislature. But yeah if it was real it would make homosexual sex illegal. Or it would make waiting to see your doctor way more interesting.

and no I would not support any law that put on limits on any conduct that had not impact on anyone else.

My basic stance is unless it causes harm to someone and the 'victim' can not avoid it with a reasonable action or effort then it should probably be legal.

For example: smoking at a restaurant. that should be legal as if i go to the chilies and they allow smoking i can go to applebees or where ever else. Back it the old days with smoking sections it was okay... sometimes you smell smoke but no where near enough to harm you...

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Reply #7 posted 03/14/17 8:04am

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Second hand smoke dude.

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Reply #8 posted 03/14/17 8:12am

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How would you ENFORCE this law?
Bob spent too much time in a stall and came out cheerful?
Explain.
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Reply #9 posted 03/14/17 8:31am

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2freaky4church1 said:

You cannot make up this shit.

http://www.fox19.com/stor...e-in-texas

Now I know why I am sane. haha. Kill me now.



Actually, that is exactly what that shit is - made up.

C'mon man. Step your game up. You - of all people - should not make this kind of mistake.

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Reply #10 posted 03/14/17 8:32am

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2freaky4church1 said:

Second hand smoke dude.

and? you can go eat down the street.

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Reply #11 posted 03/14/17 8:32am

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littlemissG said:

How would you ENFORCE this law? Bob spent too much time in a stall and came out cheerful? Explain.

it is meant as a joke to to make some stupid point... she is trolling and it is working

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Reply #12 posted 03/14/17 8:34am

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If it is trolling I will blame you. haha

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Reply #13 posted 03/14/17 8:38am

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2freaky4church1 said:

If it is trolling I will blame you. haha

you fell for it apparently i saw it before you posted it here and i knew right away it was a joke,

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Reply #14 posted 03/14/17 8:59am

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I see that ridiculous smoking comparison all.the.time. As smoking is a voluntary recreational activity and breathing is not, I'm all on the side of accommodating the involuntarily oxygen dependent. Call it a silly convenience, but it seems more reasonable to expect people to curb their recreational habit long enough to go outside or to their car or "down the street" more than expecting people to hold their breath to accomplish the same mission. What a weird analogy that's used to compare virtually everything.

As far as this stupid satirical legislation, I get what it's trying to do, but it fails on even a satirical level. It makes people think alright. It makes people think you don't understand basic biology and therefore it undermines your position.
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Reply #15 posted 03/14/17 9:07am

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Horsefeathers said:

I see that ridiculous smoking comparison all.the.time. As smoking is a voluntary recreational activity and breathing is not, I'm all on the side of accommodating the involuntarily oxygen dependent. Call it a silly convenience, but it seems more reasonable to expect people to curb their recreational habit long enough to go outside or to their car or "down the street" more than expecting people to hold their breath to accomplish the same mission. What a weird analogy that's used to compare virtually everything. As far as this stupid satirical legislation, I get what it's trying to do, but it fails on even a satirical level. It makes people think alright. It makes people think you don't understand basic biology and therefore it undermines your position.



I agree 1,000% re - smoking.

There is no possible way to make an argument that one person's "right" to smoke supercedes another person's requirement to breath.

Make the foul-smelling, cancer-dispensing, litterbugging loser smoker go somewhere else. Somewhere else far, far away.

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Reply #16 posted 03/14/17 10:18am

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Horsefeathers said:

I see that ridiculous smoking comparison all.the.time.

are you posting from a phone? I have an LG it does that silly period mess all the time



As smoking is a voluntary recreational activity and breathing is not, I'm all on the side of accommodating the involuntarily oxygen dependent.

but you are free to go somewhere else. and i do not smoke and i do not want to smell it and if there were 10 resturants and 9 of them allowed smoking and 1 did not I would go to the 1.

Call it a silly convenience, but it seems more reasonable to expect people to curb their recreational habit long enough to go outside or to their car or "down the street" more than expecting people to hold their breath to accomplish the same mission.

sex is a recreational activity so do you agree that as such a pharmacist should be legaly allowed as long as it is okay with the boss to pick and choose what scrips they fill? I do. go down the street... and your right to breath and not smell smoke is not all that compelling as long as you are free to not stay there. If there is an argument to be made it would be for employees not customers.


What a weird analogy that's used to compare virtually everything.

I see it as a very high standard to judge how much a person respects individual rights and liberties. I have said many times i am much more of a libertarian than anything else. i have been called a liar....

As far as this stupid satirical legislation, I get what it's trying to do, but it fails on even a satirical level. It makes people think alright. It makes people think you don't understand basic biology and therefore it undermines your position.

yeah and as i have said it would be homophobic in application and at it letter we could just go to a dr's office and rub one out....

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Reply #17 posted 03/14/17 10:27am

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RodeoSchro said:

Horsefeathers said:

I see that ridiculous smoking comparison all.the.time. As smoking is a voluntary recreational activity and breathing is not, I'm all on the side of accommodating the involuntarily oxygen dependent. Call it a silly convenience, but it seems more reasonable to expect people to curb their recreational habit long enough to go outside or to their car or "down the street" more than expecting people to hold their breath to accomplish the same mission. What a weird analogy that's used to compare virtually everything. As far as this stupid satirical legislation, I get what it's trying to do, but it fails on even a satirical level. It makes people think alright. It makes people think you don't understand basic biology and therefore it undermines your position.



I agree 1,000% re - smoking.

I hate the smell too but I love liberty more

There is no possible way to make an argument that one person's "right" to smoke supercedes another person's requirement to breath.

that has nothing to do with the argument, your right to breath has NOTHING to do with this. you are inventing a right to go into any place you like and not smell smoke or breath in small amounts of smoke. So i would say the right of a property owner to decide what otherwise publicly legal actives are going to be allowed on their property SHOULD damn sure supersede your right to come in and not smell or breath something you believe might be harmful.

Make the foul-smelling, cancer-dispensing, litterbugging loser smoker go somewhere else. Somewhere else far, far away.

which ought to be up to the property owners that is how liberty works... but hey if you are fine with a government telling you what to do in this case you might want to remember that when they say you can not do any other thing.

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Reply #18 posted 03/14/17 10:33am

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Texans don´t masturbate.

" I´d rather be a stank ass hoe because I´m not stupid. Oh my goodness! I got more drugs! I´m always funny dude...I´m hilarious! Are we gonna smoke?"




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Reply #19 posted 03/14/17 10:38am

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KoolEaze said:

Texans don´t masturbate.

that's right we all have sheep! and a sheep vagina is still A Vigna

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Reply #20 posted 03/14/17 11:02am

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She was proving a legal point. How ridiculous what they are doing to legislate the "use" of women's bodies is - as opposed to the medical "rights" of men.

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Austin likes to keep it weird and I'm all for it.

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Reply #21 posted 03/14/17 11:03am

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Nope. Don't buy any of that. Especially from the cherry-picking anti liberty source dishing it. You lost me at right to breathe having nothing to do with a smoking argument. Lol no.
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Reply #22 posted 03/14/17 11:05am

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purplepoppy said:

She was proving a legal point. How ridiculous what they are doing to legislate the "use" of women's bodies is - as opposed to the medical "rights" of men.


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Austin likes to keep it weird and I'm all for it.



I get this, but it falls flat with me because of the biological inaccuracies and so much that's-not-how-that-works. I think it potentially undermines the otherwise valid point she is trying to make.
Kids with cancer. Always funny! ~ HF. Context matters.
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Reply #23 posted 03/14/17 11:38am

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Horsefeathers said:

purplepoppy said:

She was proving a legal point. How ridiculous what they are doing to legislate the "use" of women's bodies is - as opposed to the medical "rights" of men.

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Austin likes to keep it weird and I'm all for it.

I get this, but it falls flat with me because of the biological inaccuracies and so much that's-not-how-that-works. I think it potentially undermines the otherwise valid point she is trying to make.

Agree it's convoluted. Most of the posters here didn't even get it. So not very effective.

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Reply #24 posted 03/14/17 11:48am

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OnlyNDaUsa said:

KoolEaze said:

Texans don´t masturbate.

that's right we all have sheep! and a sheep vagina is still A Vigna



You know what an Aggie's definition of "safe sex" is, don't you?

They paint a red "X" on the butts of the sheep that kick!

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Reply #25 posted 03/14/17 11:53am

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Reply #26 posted 03/14/17 11:56am

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RodeoSchro said:

OnlyNDaUsa said:

that's right we all have sheep! and a sheep vagina is still A Vigna



You know what an Aggie's definition of "safe sex" is, don't you?

They paint a red "X" on the butts of the sheep that kick!

and you do it next to a cliff so they push back more

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Reply #27 posted 03/14/17 5:44pm

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Christianity needs to dictate moral laws.
Ezekiel 25:17 "Blessed is he, who in the name of charity and good will, shepherds the weak through the valley of darkness, for he is truly his brother’s keeper and the finder of lost children."
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Reply #28 posted 03/14/17 6:08pm

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Christianity could use a remedial course on morality first.
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Reply #29 posted 03/14/17 6:19pm

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Horsefeathers said:

Christianity could use a remedial course on morality first.


Real Christianity not the Popes version.
Ezekiel 25:17 "Blessed is he, who in the name of charity and good will, shepherds the weak through the valley of darkness, for he is truly his brother’s keeper and the finder of lost children."
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