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Robux
11-12-06, 20:52
Gentlemongers,

I have a premonition of a sword coming down upon us for discussing politics so promiscuously in the general fora rather than posting about men's pursuit of women for sex.

This thread is created for just this. We all have opinions, and this is now our designated place to share them.

Robux

LexLuther
11-12-06, 21:02
Robux,

How very kind of you. See this is what happens when a man's ability to relieve his manly itch is impeded by the state. He gets testy. That's why they call the balls the "testes." :)

Fuck with a man's testes or with his ability to scratch that itch and he's apt to argue about anything. I can't stand an ignorant mofo like Fool4Fishnets. If you read my post all the way through, it was meant partly as a joke. But he missed that entirely. One of those semi-educated fuckheads who gets all riled up the minute he hears somebody criticize ole "W". His kind like W because it's an easy name for them to remember.

LexLuther

Drew Park
11-12-06, 21:04
Thanks Robux! As my first contribution, and since I live in Virginia, let me provide you all with a pic of a Blue State hottie!

Baltimonger
11-12-06, 21:44
Ann Coulter: I wouldn't fuck her with Robux's dick. Is that being too political?

Robux
11-13-06, 01:16
Lex,

I wish to stand up for Fool as I've known him here and IRL for a couple of years. He is well educated, articulate, thoughtful and earnest, and I consider him a friend, despite his GOP leanings. :D My attempts to convince him to change his evil ways have been met with solid arguments that sent me back to my history books. While this was frustrating, because I'm used to winning, he overwhelmed my rhetorical tactics with logic and reason. You really ought to hoist a few with him before you commit an egregious and unnecessarily faux pas by carelessly baiting him with personal attacks. Otherwise, argue and beat each other up, and have fun doing it.


Drew,

I'd like to lick the pudding right off of her!


KJ,

I'd fuck Ann Coulter, as I do think she's an uber-hot Amazon, but she probably only gets off when she's beaten into submission, bound and gagged by a Clintonian liberal. That, and there's the rumor she's a pre-op transexual. I think she was fucking Matt Drudge for a while, so we can ask him. He's always one to tell the truth, and kiss and tell.

But really, the only way I'd let anybody fuck her with my dick is if they had a glass condom, as her juices are probably as corrosive as that Alien's.

Robux

Benchseats Rock
11-13-06, 02:42
Lex,

I wish to stand up for Fool as I've known him here and IRL for a couple of years. He is well educated, articulate, thoughtful and earnest, and I consider him a friend, despite his GOP leanings. :D

You really ought to hoist a few with him before you commit an egregious and unnecessarily faux pas by carelessly baiting him with personal attacks. Otherwise, argue and beat each other up, and have fun doing it.



As I recall, the last time I saw Fool he was headed upstairs with a bottle of Tequila to give LL a shot - and ended up betwixt LL, Special, Angelique and Essence in some variation of a RT/Orgy gone wild. With that sort of pedigree I don't think anyone has the right to dis the Fool - although he does occasionally pay way the fuck too much - notwithstanding, he is a monger's monger and I would happily follow him all the way to Hogwart's Castle.

As for Ann Coulter, I saw her from 10ft. away in New York last year. I'd fuck her - but only with Robie's dick ;) She is fine, and it doesn't really come across on the TV, but I have quit the bad habit of putting my cock where I wouldn't put my fingers. At least for now.





Benchseats Rock

Razors
11-13-06, 10:55
Fool4FishNets,

I'm not going to waste my time answering all of your ignorant blather. What I will say is that you are obviously a product of the great educational system in this country. Did you even bother to spell-check your post? No. Your grammar is atrocious.
Failure to spell check is the mark of an uncaring, lazy man, not an ignorant one.



The president and his cronies are always bragging about job creation. In case you have not noticed, the decent jobs either have gone, are going, or will go in the future to places like Mexico, India, and China. Look at anything new in your home, whether it be a TV, laptop computer, ceramic mug, article of clothing, printer, or digital camera. Excellent chance it was made in China.

It's true that jobs are being created in this country. But economists call them McJobs. They are low skill jobs paying low wages, offering little or so security, and no chance for advancement. They are jobs for the working poor. The reason our economy continues to grow as our jobs flow overseas is that Americans are still in the habit of spending every last cent they earn. Buying a lot of useless crap makes Americans feel good. They feel good until they are faced with a catastrophic illness or putting their children through college. Then they don't feel so good and they start blaming the blacks and the Mexicans for all of their problems.

Nowhere did I indicate complete satisfaction with our economy. I was comparing our economy to that of the 'enlightened' european economies. Economies that result in unemployment more than triple that in the US. While data is available to dispute your "McJobs" argument let us accept your assertion. A "McJob" is better than a "No Job" with generations growing up sucking the state's unemployment teat.



The rioting and car burning in France ceased months ago. That's why it is not being reported. It's old news you fool. But when people in France do riot, the government pays attention.
Addressed in other forum, but here is a little more to chew on
France's Interior Ministry said 2,500 police officers had been "wounded" this year. The head of the hard-line trade union "Action Police" Michel Thooris wrote to Interior Minister Nicolas Sarkozy to describe conditions in housing developments turned slums as "intifada." Police cruisers are pelted daily with stones and "Molotov cocktails" (gasoline-filled bottles with burning wicks that explode on impact) and Thooris said cops assigned to what was rapidly degenerating into "free fire zones" should be protected in armored vehicles. Entire tall buildings empty into the streets to chase policemen and free an arrested comrade.



You don't see Germans or French exporting their best jobs the way America does. They have strong unions who would shut the country down if the government were to export good jobs.

They'll protest to protect their jobs, but won't do crap to save their country. Case in point, the Airbus 380
http://www.popularmechanics.com/science/air_space/4201627.html
The Airbus is manufactured at four different facilities in Europe. The former head of Airbus resigned after the problems with the electrical harness. The new guy came in and said Airbus had to consolidate, closing the plant in Spain, he resigned a few weeks later.

Boeing's 777 is supplanting the much ballyhooed Airbus 380. (Note to Lex - that is American manufacturing jobs beating out European manufacturing jobs)



I personally don't care what kind of crap you believe. Keep your head up your ass as long as you like. It's a natural look for you.

By the way, if you had gone to a real college or university and not the high school for adults which you attended, you would realize how ass-backward your thinking is. Karl Marx and Friederich Engels lived in the 19th century. Marx wrote the Communist Manifesto in 1848. At that time, what you call "statism" did not exist. Germany did not exist as a country. It was a collection of principalities. If anything, Marx and his philosophies gave rise to the modern socialist state. Not vice versa as you state.

LexLuther
My statement was "European statism is what created communism, fascism and the current unsustainable socialist utopianism of the EU."

Europe has a penchant for statism. I am no expert, but in terms of practical application of theory I would point to Frederick of Prussia (mid 18th Century) as presenting the first example of statism which may be readily seperated from a medieval theocratic philosophy (justifying state authority as a mandate from god). And, of course, from Frederick you naturally get Bismarck. This European inclination towards statism is what created the fertile ground that allowed the poisonous plants of communism and fascism to take root.

I am inclined to believe you do not know squat about my kind. I am a libertarian, an economic conservative, not a social conservative and not a slavish devotee of W. Things I do admire about W include his cognizance of the breadth of the threat presented by Islamofascists and his willingness to confront them rather than stick his head in the sand as does the EU and far too many americans.

Feel free to disagree with me and feel free to call me Fool, but do not mistake me for an idiot.

Robux
11-13-06, 13:32
RETORT
ROBUX, my admiration for your presence on the board grows. You know well the phrase "a soft answer turneth away wrath" too bad for me I am inclined towards the grevious word (Proverbs 15:1)


Fool,

I learned to employ the quiet way after having fought hard to too many bruising draws -- and to too many blood-soaked losses and victories. Sometimes the quiet approach doesn't work, but it seems to more often as I grow older. Still, I keep a spikey club close at hand for when it doesn't. :)

Robux

Razors
11-13-06, 13:42
Thanks for the kind words Bench and Robux.

As I recall, the last time I saw Fool he was headed upstairs with a bottle of Tequila to give LL a shot - and ended up betwixt LL, Special, Angelique and Essence in some variation of a RT/Orgy gone wild.

Benchseats Rock


Benchseats Rock

Just a note, I absolutely did NOT get between LL and any female orifice - that would be a dangerous thing to do. I will note for the record his nipples are just too hairy for me.

Benchseats Rock
11-17-06, 02:14
Thanks for the kind words Bench and Robux.


Just a note, I absolutely did NOT get between LL and any female orifice - that would be a dangerous thing to do. I will note for the record his nipples are just too hairy for me.


Personally, and I think I speak for everyone who was there: Exactly what sis happen when you locked yourself in the bathroom? I may have been to drunk to remember any details, but considering some sniveling twit got all uppity and moralistic on us and ALL the reports from the last RT were erased as a matter of course, I for one wouldn't mnd if you recounted them again, here, you knwo, for posterity and shit. The last image I reallly want in my head at the moment is a detailed description of LL's nipples ;)


Benchseats Rock

Staggar Lee
11-17-06, 08:13
Benchseats,

This is a free country. You can call your orgies round tables and imagine you and your friends as knights thereof.

You can post a description of a man getting between a man and a woman having sex. After someone objects to that description on a board presumably dedicated to heterosexual sex, you can call him a nit wit. It's a free country.

You and your fellow knights can (apparently) describe other mens' nipples on this or some other board and call it what you will.

Just remember one thing. If you suck just one cork. You will forever after be called a cork sucker.

Staggar Lee

Benchseats Rock
11-17-06, 18:11
Just remember one thing. If you suck just one cork. You will forever after be called a cork sucker.


Sorry to hear that the other kids in your class were so mean to you. It must have been tough.

You're commenting on inside jokes among old friends Cork, but thanks for sharing your experience anyway.


Benchseats Rock

PsyberZombie
11-17-06, 18:18
Just remember one thing. If you suck just one cork. You will forever after be called a cork sucker.



One summer years ago , I worked at Vineyard

My job was to immerse the bottle stoppers in a special solution

The Job Title = Cork Soaker


Even worse was the next summer ..... i got a job sewing maternity clothes

The Job Title = Mother Frocker


Man , those were the Bad Old Days !!

Staggar Lee
11-17-06, 19:42
Of course, that's what I meant. Cork Soaker. :)

Staggar Lee

Benchseats Rock
11-20-06, 23:43
They fuck with us, let's fuck with them (http://forums.officer.com).

Benchseats Rock

Exclient
02-13-07, 16:21
Hello. I am trying to find a inexpensive to moderately priced DC or metro-accessible hotel for a day-time private, possibly romantic (depends on how things go, how we feel, we may just end up talking and catching up, but I want to be ready if things progress) rendezvous with an out-of-town guest, whom Iíve known since college. In other words, she isnít in the business.

The trick is, she gets in to union station from Baltimore in the morning, and weíll likely only have the day, or a few hours of the day for ourselves, before she must stay at her friendís. I certainly canít take her to my place. Especially not during the day. Most hotel check-in times are in the afternoon. That may be too late, and I only want the place for a few hours anyway.

So is there a place we could to, with enough privacy, and possibly a bed, if the situation calls for it?

It would be great if it was not a crack house, and if it was clean. I think that we may be too distracted with the environment, otherwise, to get down to business.

Most appreciate your help in this matter.
Hello. I am trying to find a inexpensive to moderately priced DC or metro-accessible hotel for a day-time private, possibly romantic (depends on how things go, how we feel, we may just end up talking and catching up, but I want to be ready if things progress) rendezvous with an out-of-town guest, whom Iíve known since college. In other words, she isnít in the business.

The trick is, she gets in to union station from Baltimore in the morning, and weíll likely only have the day, or a few hours of the day for ourselves, before she must stay at her friendís. I certainly canít take her to my place. Especially not during the day. Most hotel check-in times are in the afternoon. That may be too late, and I only want the place for a few hours anyway.

So is there a place we could to, with enough privacy, and possibly a bed, if the situation calls for it?

It would be great if it was not a crack house, and if it was clean. I think that we may be too distracted with the environment, otherwise, to get down to business.

Most appreciate your help in this matter.
Hello. I am trying to find a inexpensive to moderately priced DC or metro-accessible hotel for a day-time private, possibly romantic (depends on how things go, how we feel, we may just end up talking and catching up, but I want to be ready if things progress) rendezvous with an out-of-town guest, whom Iíve known since college. In other words, she isnít in the business.

The trick is, she gets in to union station from Baltimore in the morning, and weíll likely only have the day, or a few hours of the day for ourselves, before she must stay at her friendís. I certainly canít take her to my place. Especially not during the day. Most hotel check-in times are in the afternoon. That may be too late, and I only want the place for a few hours anyway.

So is there a place we could to, with enough privacy, and possibly a bed, if the situation calls for it?

It would be great if it was not a crack house, and if it was clean. I think that we may be too distracted with the environment, otherwise, to get down to business.

Most appreciate your help in this matter.

Benchseats Rock
03-24-07, 20:29
A long time ago, in a galaxy far, far, away....

If you have the chance, any of you who are Star Wars fans have got to check out the R2D2 Mailbox at the corner of 14th and I. Just in case you do a double take and question if it's official, it is, but in case you're still paranoid they have placed it next to a regular mailbox.

A novel yet strange way to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the franchise indeed. May the force be with you.




Benchseats Rock

Dr.Monger
03-25-07, 11:33
A long time ago, in a galaxy far, far, away....

If you have the chance, any of you who are Star Wars fans have got to check out the R2D2 Mailbox at the corner of 14th and I. Just in case you do a double take and question if it's official, it is, but in case you're still paranoid they have placed it next to a regular mailbox.

A novel yet strange way to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the franchise indeed. May the force be with you.




Benchseats Rock

There is one of these in Baltimore at the Main Post Office on Fayette, on the way to the PP/C stroll, or what remains of it.

Dr. Monger

Baltimonger
03-25-07, 16:16
I woke up next to Chewbacca this morning.

Frank M
03-27-07, 17:53
I have always thought how great it would be to have a "thumb" drive (USB Flash drive for the technical folks) that I could use to run programs from. Nothing would exacute from the host computer. Well, today at Radio Shack I found such a device. It is a 2 gig. SanDisck Cruzer Micro USB Flash Drive which has USB compatable programs which exacute from the thumb drive. Availabe programs include Chat (Works with Yahoo Messanger, MSN and others), web browsers (Fire Fox) , Heatseek (Adult page web browser), games, etc. It is on sale at RS for 29.95.

It can also be locked via a password so no one else can get access to the contents of the drive.

So now I have a sense of security from my SO finding out about my free time activities.

Ravane
10-10-07, 10:15
I listened to this last night, and man, this superhead chick is somethin else. I guess its relevant to this site... she's the highest paid hoe i've heard mentioned here thus far!

http://www.zshare.net/audio/3218172b98aa2f/

Selah!