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All men are child molesters

 
 
Seed
 
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Reply Sun 17 Jan, 2010 11:06 pm
@Rockhead,
yea, thank goodness. I need to do laundry. I guess that is first thing on the list to do tomorrow.
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Ticomaya
 
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Reply Mon 18 Jan, 2010 08:45 am
@BillRM,
BillRM wrote:
When a male Green Witch act gay, as in being catty for no good reason other then to be catty, when calling him out for this very gay behavior is call for.

Oh, side notes Ms. Witch what debate are you talking about in his unprovoked personal attack on little old me? Somehow, I did not see that the subject of the thread I was on deal with my many shortcomings. I was under the impression it cover the subject of being look on as a possible pedophile for the sin of being male not my spelling or grammar abilities or lack of same.

David has a point ... are you ESL?
Ticomaya
 
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Reply Mon 18 Jan, 2010 08:46 am
@edgarblythe,
edgarblythe wrote:
Well, we take extraordinary measures to keep terrorists off of planes. Why wouldn't we take a little extra measure to protect the kids from strangers?

Indeed, EB. We should introduce the Garland Green treatment for all passengers to ensure safe passage.

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mysteryman
 
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Reply Mon 18 Jan, 2010 05:05 pm
@Thomas,
And you have information that contradicts the report?
If you do, please post it so we can all see it.
Thomas
 
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Reply Mon 18 Jan, 2010 05:53 pm
@mysteryman,
I don't, just as you have no evidence confirming the factual claims in the report. The report itself doesn't count as evidence, because nothing the Daily Mirror writes counts as evidence.

But hey, if you don't care about the quality of your sources -- America is a free country, where everyone has the right to make a fool of themselves in public. Be my guest!
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BillRM
 
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Reply Mon 18 Jan, 2010 06:06 pm
@Ticomaya,
Quote:
David has a point ... are you ESL?


Welcome to the attack Bill crowd and I am sure you will be in the kind of company you so richly merit.

LOL It like being back in grade school and had proven highly amusing indeed.

I love the little people here trying to make points with each others and acting like children attacking anyone who does not blend into the group on the playground.

Sorry but anyone who could write such a statement as you had just done is not only amusing but largely beneath contempt
JTT
 
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Reply Mon 18 Jan, 2010 06:36 pm
@Ticomaya,
David made a point, but like most of them, it is ridiculous.
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Robert Gentel
 
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Reply Mon 18 Jan, 2010 10:15 pm
It's funny to see advocates of racial profiling object to this gender profiling. Not just because it's bad profiling but because they resent being profiled and treated like a threat due to a profile.
Ticomaya
 
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Reply Mon 18 Jan, 2010 10:21 pm
@BillRM,
BillRM wrote:
Welcome to the attack Bill crowd ...

Been a member for some time now ... thanks for noticing.
tsarstepan
 
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Reply Mon 18 Jan, 2010 10:24 pm
@Robert Gentel,
Quote:
It's funny to see advocates of racial profiling object to this gender profiling.


That generalization is quite unfair. I personally never mentioned any inclination towards proracial profiling in the past, let alone here at a2k. I believe this policy is overkill. It's just another attempt at security based window dressing with no actual security value whatsoever.
Robert Gentel
 
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Reply Mon 18 Jan, 2010 10:35 pm
@tsarstepan,
tsarstepan wrote:
That generalization is quite unfair. I personally never mentioned any inclination towards proracial profiling in the past, let alone here at a2k.


But I wasn't talking about you, I'm talking about folks here who have expressed support for racial profiling but here argue against being treated that way based on profiling. Folks like BillRM for example.
OmSigDAVID
 
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Reply Mon 18 Jan, 2010 10:37 pm
@tsarstepan,
tsarstepan wrote:
Quote:
It's funny to see advocates of racial profiling object to this gender profiling.


That generalization is quite unfair. I personally never mentioned any inclination towards proracial profiling in the past, let alone here at a2k. I believe this policy is overkill. It's just another attempt at security based window dressing with no actual security value whatsoever.
From that, I must dissent.
When the enemy is a known, identified group,
then more meticulous attention shoud logically be focused
on people who conform to that description,
than to people who radically vary therefrom.

I believe that shud be obvious.





David
hawkeye10
 
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Reply Mon 18 Jan, 2010 10:43 pm
@OmSigDAVID,
Quote:
I believe that shud be obvious.


Ya, we do it every minute of everyday in our personal lives....this process of discerning threats to our welfare. Problem is our morality construction does not allow us to be honest about what we do.

which is dumb
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tsarstepan
 
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Reply Mon 18 Jan, 2010 10:45 pm
@OmSigDAVID,
OmSigDAVID wrote:

tsarstepan wrote:
Quote:
It's funny to see advocates of racial profiling object to this gender profiling.


That generalization is quite unfair. I personally never mentioned any inclination towards proracial profiling in the past, let alone here at a2k. I believe this policy is overkill. It's just another attempt at security based window dressing with no actual security value whatsoever.
From that, I must dissent.
When the enemy is a known, identified group,
then more meticulous attention shoud logically be focused
on people who conform to that description,
than to people who radically vary therefrom.

I believe that shud be obvious.

David

Um... David? The generalization I was referring to was Robert's generalization that person's dissenting against this company policy were also supporters of racial profiling. My statement was not a semantic argument against racial and/or male air passenger based profiling.
OmSigDAVID
 
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Reply Mon 18 Jan, 2010 10:46 pm
@Robert Gentel,
Robert Gentel wrote:
tsarstepan wrote:
That generalization is quite unfair.
I personally never mentioned any inclination towards proracial profiling in the past, let alone here at a2k.


But I wasn't talking about you, I'm talking about folks here who have expressed support for racial profiling but here argue against being treated that way based on profiling. Folks like BillRM for example.
I have always supported racial profiling.
If a victim complains to 911 of crime perpetrated by a black,
then police shoud be on the alert for fleeing blacks,
of whatever size and clothing has been indicated,
not looking for whites nor Chinamen.

I don 't know how B.A. is enforcing its policy.
If thay ask the kid to take a different seat,
then I see no harm (if the kid agrees), but if
all seats r taken (which DOES happen)
then is the adult male thrown off the plane?

To THAT, I 'd certainly object.





David
Robert Gentel
 
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Reply Mon 18 Jan, 2010 11:05 pm
@tsarstepan,
But now you see what I mean? There are some people here who accept racial profiling and argue for it on a2k and I found it a bit odd to see them arguing against this instance of profiling so readily, though admittedly it's not a very good policy even if you like profiling. Still, you'd not find them making "not all Arabs are terrorists" arguments...
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OmSigDAVID
 
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Reply Mon 18 Jan, 2010 11:37 pm

If that had happened in my presence,
when I was a kid, I 'd have protested
by accompanying the victim to his new seat
to sit next to him again, thereby to defeat
the policy, or at least to humiliate the airline
as well as possible. Presumably, the airline woud win in the end.

I don 't believe that England has ever been a free country.
The English don 't have a mentality of personal freedom
and individual rights.

(My ancestry is from Devonshire, England. I have never been there.)





David
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Robert Gentel
 
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Reply Mon 18 Jan, 2010 11:48 pm
@OmSigDAVID,
OmSigDAVID wrote:
I have always supported racial profiling.
If a victim complains to 911 of crime perpetrated by a black,
then police shoud be on the alert for fleeing blacks,
of whatever size and clothing has been indicated,
not looking for whites nor Chinamen.


There are few who object to this kind of thing after the fact. It's the precognition scenario that most people care about.
OmSigDAVID
 
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Reply Tue 19 Jan, 2010 01:12 am
@Robert Gentel,
Robert Gentel wrote:

OmSigDAVID wrote:
I have always supported racial profiling.
If a victim complains to 911 of crime perpetrated by a black,
then police shoud be on the alert for fleeing blacks,
of whatever size and clothing has been indicated,
not looking for whites nor Chinamen.


There are few who object to this kind of thing after the fact.
It's the precognition scenario that most people care about.
Well, Robert, u raise a question that is most intriguing indeed.
I always try to be consistent.
I believe that people who look like Atta & friends who committed
the 9/11 massacre, logically shoud receive closer scrutiny than
Irish red heads, but it shoud be limited to searching them
with more meticulous care. (Particularly those travelling with
passports from places with large Moslem populations.)
I am confident that most child molesters have been adult males.
(except for other inquisitive children)


Well, one difference between sexual assault on a child and 9/11
was application of force. Unarmed brute force was
used to murder the flight deck crew, whereas, a child seated
in the plane can easily stop any intrusion on his privacy.
I remember once many decades ago, when a homosexual sat down
next to me in a movie theater, with an untoward request.
I took offense. I raised my voice, in rejection.
I don 't recall my exact words, but I remember calling him
a "DAMN QUEER". That was the end of that.

Seated on planes, children r not defenseless: merely raising
an alarm will control the situation harmlessly, in the midst
of 100s of people.


Presumably, the adult male passenger has a reserved seat.
I always do. It is a violation of his contract with the airline
for which he has paid his fare, to be ousted from his seat.

I don 't argue that swarthy Moslems shoud be removed
from their seats, only that thay be more carefully searched.





David
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Robert Gentel
 
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Reply Tue 19 Jan, 2010 01:18 am
@hawkeye10,
hawkeye10 wrote:
This is the kind of thing that I am talking about when I say that delusions of achieving safety have made moderns insane. We are no longer capable of determining reasonable courses of action, and then pursuing them.


Yeah, cause back in the day those rituals, prayers, human sacrifices, and spirited jigs were far more reasonable courses of action to achieve safety and humans had never made poor decisions till modern man came along.
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