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#1  Postby aufbahrung » May 25, 2019 6:50 pm

Always had a feeling. Brilliant music but something off key.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/entertainment-arts-48409377

Moby-Natalie Portman row: 'Inconsiderate' DJ apologises

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(continued, definately a creep...there's a equation ½(your age) + 7 and breaking it carries consequences)
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#2  Postby laklak » May 25, 2019 7:06 pm

When I met Mrs. Lak that equation was spot on, I was 49 and she was 31. Now, though, she's getting a bit long in the tooth and according to the numbers I can trade her in for a 40 year old.
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#3  Postby tuco » May 25, 2019 7:27 pm

Speaking to Harper's Bazaar, she said: "I was surprised to hear that he characterised the very short time that I knew him as dating, because my recollection is a much older man being creepy with me when I just had graduated high school.


Aegism! You are done, girl. I like Keira Knightley more anyway. She is younger after all lol
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#4  Postby Ironclad » May 25, 2019 7:58 pm

Stupid girl.
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#5  Postby tuco » May 25, 2019 8:20 pm

Well, if she feels it's creepy there is no way to convince her it's not. She probably does not like older guys but what does it mean for the rest of us? Nothing. If I were to speculate and be personal, I would guess the topic fits into aufbahrung's perception of the world where oral sex is hmm dirty. We don't have to agree but at the same time, there is no truth to be found. So .. cool story bro. Personally, I like the same kind of girls, in a sexual way, like when I was 15. Of course, at my age it makes me creepy to some but what can or should I do? It's not like I am in control of this.
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#6  Postby aufbahrung » May 25, 2019 8:57 pm

Chemical castration is the cure for those who have no impulse control. It is not good enough to say there is nothing to do be done and when the harm of emotional scaring can cast a long shadow over someones life the consequences and the crime need to meet at a fairpoint where they resemble equity of circumstance.
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#7  Postby SafeAsMilk » May 25, 2019 8:58 pm

You can certainly control whether you come on to the kind of girls you liked when you were 15. "Creepy" is the sort of thing that tends to be observed from the outside.

Stupid, I think, is deciding to write personal things about someone into your book without telling them, especially when you've allegedly had a close relationship for years.
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#8  Postby tuco » May 25, 2019 9:01 pm

aufbahrung wrote:Chemical castration is the cure for those who have no impulse control. It is not good enough to say there is nothing to do be done and when the harm of emotional scaring can cast a long shadow over someones life the consequences and the crime need to meet at a fairpoint where they resemble equity of circumstance.


Where does this come from? 15 is legal age here ;)

edit: and in case you wonder, yes I am waiting for .. conversation .. since we are on .. discussion board. And since I am nice and all, in case you wonder, I will destroy your argument :)
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#9  Postby Seabass » May 25, 2019 9:47 pm

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#10  Postby Ironclad » May 25, 2019 9:58 pm

I can't imagine I'd ask permission from all the individuals I've enjoyed my life with, when I scribe my memoirs. They can criticise, but I would not apologize.
Somehow I doubt Moby was slurping lurid details about his brief encounter with the precious angel. I imagine he was honest and modest. ..until now.
The bar is set so low for offence, these days. It's pathetic.
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#11  Postby SafeAsMilk » May 25, 2019 10:59 pm

Ironclad wrote:I can't imagine I'd ask permission from all the individuals I've enjoyed my life with, when I scribe my memoirs.

I'd hope you'd at least have the decency to talk to folks before writing about personal things involving other people. Maybe you should ask Moby, he seems to get it.

They can criticise, but I would not apologize.
Somehow I doubt Moby was slurping lurid details about his brief encounter with the precious angel. I imagine he was honest and modest. ..until now.
The bar is set so low for offence, these days. It's pathetic.

Yeah, it couldn't possibly be the she was telling the truth. Couldn't possibly be. He's just a precious angel being downtrodden by the matriarchy. Keep grinding that axe!
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#12  Postby Spinozasgalt » May 26, 2019 2:40 am

He didn't even get her age right.
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#13  Postby Rachel Bronwyn » May 26, 2019 3:46 am

After my relationship ended I hung out with this guy for a while. There wasn't anything sexual between us and once the depression started lifting I realised I sort of couldn't stand him. We stopped interacting.

Years later, he contacted me and referred to "us" as having "dated". Uh..... no. We hung out. There was no physical contact. Over a short period of time I became progressively embarrassed by him and eventually found myself very annoyed by him. We never did anything that could be characterised as dating. There was never an "us". He lived with his parents FFS.

So I'm confident Moby here may be the kind of dude who makes that mistake.

He also may have just made it up. Or maybe they did date and she's lying. I have no way of knowing. I don't find the fact she was less than 1/2(his age) + 7 years to be the problem though. The fact she was so young and he was reportedly inappropriate is the issue at hand.

I will say "OF COURSE WE DATED - LOOK AT ALL THESE PICTURES OF US TOGETHER" is the kind of response a creep would give.
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#14  Postby Hermit » May 26, 2019 4:28 am

Ah, celebrity gossip. Now that we have a thread featuring it, this forum is complete.

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#15  Postby felltoearth » May 26, 2019 4:54 am

Hermit wrote:Ah, celebrity gossip. Now that we have a thread featuring it, this forum is complete.

Who next, Crumple? Kim Kardassian? Paris Hilton?

The OP is crumple?
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#16  Postby aufbahrung » May 26, 2019 5:19 am

felltoearth wrote:
Hermit wrote:Ah, celebrity gossip. Now that we have a thread featuring it, this forum is complete.

Who next, Crumple? Kim Kardassian? Paris Hilton?

The OP is crumple?


That name is another zone ol' fella. Older fathers more genetic defects. That is not only a equation....it is breeding control.
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#17  Postby Rachel Bronwyn » May 26, 2019 5:30 am

So is genetic counselling, prenatal screening and termination.
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#18  Postby aufbahrung » May 26, 2019 5:44 am

Rachel Bronwyn wrote:So is genetic counselling, prenatal screening and termination.


The rich can afford the whole scientific paradigm to edge for the master-race.
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#19  Postby Rachel Bronwyn » May 26, 2019 6:19 am

Or anyone in a country with public healthcare.
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#20  Postby Seabass » May 26, 2019 6:23 am

aufbahrung wrote:
felltoearth wrote:
Hermit wrote:Ah, celebrity gossip. Now that we have a thread featuring it, this forum is complete.

Who next, Crumple? Kim Kardassian? Paris Hilton?

The OP is crumple?


That name is another zone ol' fella. Older fathers more genetic defects. That is not only a equation....it is breeding control.

Oh snap, are you really Crumple! YESSS!!! :yay: :happydance:

Why'd you stop posting at Ratz? And how did Hermit know you were Crumple? :think:
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