Re: What's he do?
- From: "pointed" <poppypurity@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: 1 Jan 2006 15:22:27 -0800
Purl Gurl wrote:
> pointed wrote:
> I let loose frequently. I am a loose woman. Life should be lived loose and fast.
*Yep. Loose and fast...But not too fast. The fast life can be
dangerous. I support loose women - they are a rare and valuable (sic)
> "Don't take life too seriously. You'll never get out alive."
> - Bugs Bunny
*Is that like, "Don't try too hard - you might succeed"? (Robert
> Still, he is a known convicted felon, or alleged so. Each is responsible for
> consequences of chosen actions. Clearly he learned nothing from his mistake
> of threatening others, in unlawful fashions. His lack of learning is evidenced by
> his continued commission of hate crimes, for which he could be prosecuted.
*I do not support hate crime...or criminal activity in general.
However, I ABSOLUTELY do not think that a police record should be
viewed as a worthy piece of evidence in character assessment. (In most
cases.) I have not always been on the "right" side of the law...In
fact, I have a "rap sheet" myself, although no convictions. I would
hazard a guess that he learned something since he isn't in prison at
> > As for the wiggling and jiggling...I did enough of that in
> > college and if I ain't getting paid, why should I bother? ;-)
> You should bother because this is a fun activity. Boys are such suckers
> for a wiggle, for a jiggle, even a giggle. Those who are not suckers for
> teasing physical displays, are men of interest, usually gentlemen of
> worth and respect.
*You have a point...A gentleman is wonderful...such as can be found.
But I gotta say...I wouldn't want any guy who wouldn't take me to a
> Perhaps this is why many women are attracted to others of their own gender.
*Nope. Its 'cuz gurlz are PRETTY.
> I support some notions of feminism, especially those related to equal treatment,
> equal job opportunity and pay, along with being treated with equal respect.
*I support those things too...But, really. What real need is there for
a feminist movement these days? The law protects women's rights. If one
is the victim of sexism; there is recourse. But a few stickler,
feminazi types persist in thinking that attitudes can be repealed like
bad laws. (Attitudes, even offensive ones are not illegal!!!) I have
just found that most feminists (generally rude, pseudo-intellectual
types) do not really want "equal" rights - they want special priveleges
or WORSE to be treated "like a man". To compete with men; they attempt
to become functionally male. IMHO most of them are afraid. (Why is
letting a man open a door for a woman sexist?? I hold doors for men and
I have yet to hear one scream, "Sexist bitch!") Why not just "compete"
to be rewarded according to merit? Merit isn't gender discriminatory.
> Being a feminazi, no, too uncomfortable and too expensive. Having a butch style
> haircut will only display my graying roots, body piercings hurt and make it hard
> to pick boogers from your nose, tattoos last too long and a Harley Davidson is
> simply too expensive.
*Everyone needs a Harley and a few piercings!!! Body piercing isn't
really that painful...Excepting a few choice spots...
> Purl Gurl - antimatter and dangerous.
*Antimatter AND dangerous?? Oooheee! Good combination! Fun!
*loudly protesting the degenderization of America*
*Hey...Whose idea was creating a mud gender, anyway?*
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