Forum posts made by naughty_magician

Topic Club Zafia....
Posted 30 Jan 2013 08:31

http://www.youtube.com/embed/jBPpT_DtJLM

Topic Club Zafia....
Posted 30 Jan 2013 08:29

http://www.youtube.com/embed/hehIfcCAZ40

Topic Today in Pictures (post a picture representing your mood)
Posted 22 Jan 2013 08:36

http://upload.lushstories.com/927-fists.jpg

Topic Club Zafia....
Posted 21 Jan 2013 14:00

http://www.youtube.com/embed/5xd_JMdWSuY

Topic Club Zafia....
Posted 21 Jan 2013 13:46

http://www.youtube.com/embed/gM9A3TZ-hVo

Topic Sperm donor may have to pay child support to couple he helped.
Posted 13 Jan 2013 10:55

This is worse: http://www.lasisblog.com/2011/02/26/man-receives-oral-sex-ordered-to-pay-child-support/

Men have to be careful about their sperm too now! evil4

Topic Possibility of war between India and Pakistan
Posted 13 Jan 2013 07:21



what about the bodies of those two Indian soldiers cremated ? are those fake?

When did I say the bodies were fake?

Water might not be the only reason for their animosity. But it is the most rational one as both countries depend on hydro power for their energy needs so it makes sense to secure the water source.

It doesn't matter which country did what in the past, they need to move forward and the only way forward is the peaceful one.

Topic Possibility of war between India and Pakistan
Posted 12 Jan 2013 22:29



I'm quite offended by your sarcastic tone. Were you or nytimes appointed there on LOC as an observer by the UN to see whether Pakistan army attacked Indian sodiers in real or not and announce that the media is stupid? Neutral media sources are not god, are they? It seems like you have decided not to trust any Indian media. If it is the case then you shouldn't be a part of any discussion.What I see in your opinion (?) is the lack of study regarding actual situation on LOC since 1947 and preparations of both the countires for the nuclear war.

I never said the media is stupid, I said the media of both countries is biased which is quite understandable. Neutral media sources are not god but they are more likely to be unbiased. Pakistani side of the story is a little like this: http://dawn.com/2013/01/11/pakistan-summons-indian-envoy-over-second-killing/


Let me dumb it for you, two guys (lets call them Mike and John) get into a fight, now do you expect them to be unbiased about who started the fight, or does it make sense that a third person (lets say Lucy) who has nothing to do with both of them would tell the true tale?

It doesn't matter who did what though, they should chill the fuck out and not let minor incidents threaten the peaceful atmosphere which has been in place for awhile.

Topic Possibility of war between India and Pakistan
Posted 12 Jan 2013 22:14



I mean, it's a good song and all, but is it really worth the bloodshed?

I don't think they actually care about Kashmir, most (if not all) of the rivers in the region run from Kashmir and that's what the main issue is. They should pull their troops out of Kashmir and let it be an independent state, they can create a mechanism in which both countries get the water they need without having to fight for it. However, the mistrust between the two countries runs deep so they need to first work on rectifying that.

Topic Possibility of war between India and Pakistan
Posted 12 Jan 2013 05:30



More nukes? You need to observe Pakistan's size. If they use a single nuke they won't get time to launch their other nukes. Before that they will be answered in such a way that they will no longer exist on the worldmap.

What are you smoking? If they wanna nuke it up, why would they use just one, it makes sense to really go for it if you're gonna involve nukes. But I don't think there is gonna be a war and that's because both countries have got nukes, they are dumb but I don't think they are that dumb (at least I hope so!).

Also, your first post is pretty biased, how do you know for sure that Pakistan killed Indian soldiers first? If you're basing your opinions on Indian media, that's pretty stupid. In times like these, neutral media sources are more reliable and according to the nytimes, no Indian soldier was killed or injured (one Pakistani soldier died) when they clashed for the first time.

http://www.nytimes.com/2013/01/07/world/asia/pakistani-soldier-killed-in-shooting-in-kashmir.html

Topic Tomorrowland
Posted 11 Jan 2013 07:43

Its a massive thing in Europe and its getting bigger each year. I haven't been to one yet (I might in the next couple of years) but I heard its pretty awesome, I have seen some youtube videos as well and it seems to be worth it. If you're in Europe or planning to visit, then you should check it out.

Here is one of the videos I like:

http://www.youtube.com/embed/StOejDx8rW4

Topic Today in songs (post a song representing your mood)
Posted 31 Dec 2012 17:32

http://www.youtube.com/embed/1xL4dMpqIc0

Topic Great Film Scenes
Posted 20 Dec 2012 14:25

http://www.youtube.com/embed/dib2-HBsF08

Topic At least 18 children and 9 others dead in Connecticut school shooting. Does this change your mind ab
Posted 14 Dec 2012 14:23

In my opinion, gun control will not matter in tragic killings like this. Hear me out here; I’m not rejecting gun control, but think about it, if someone is distraught and in an unstable mind, they will find a way to get guns, whether it be to illegally obtain it or not. The news mentioned if you notice someone you know being stressed to get them help, and I agree. You never know if it's more than stress or not, or what a person is capable of in an unstable place of mind.

Most mentally unstable people would cause whatever harm they can with whichever weapon is readily available so if they can't get a gun, they would attack with a knife or something. Also, if someone thinks they might not be able to kill many people, it might not be worth it for them, killing just one or two persons doesn't give them the satisfaction they want. Therefore, gun control would make a massive difference.

Topic At least 18 children and 9 others dead in Connecticut school shooting. Does this change your mind ab
Posted 14 Dec 2012 10:59

Man in China attacks and injures 20+ with knife

Attackers douse four with flammable liquid and set afire.

Man kills teacher with crossbow

Man kills woman with knife, then shoots father with arrow


What happened today is tragic and I'm not trying to make light of the situation. But we are in a dangerous time in society. I truly think that we need to find out what is going on in our society that leads a person to commit such horrible acts. Not the weapon they choose to do it. Why are these people so angry? Who so alienated? Why has no one seen any signs of potential danger from these individuals? There is something deeper going on than "guns". We REALLY need to get to the root of the problem, what's causing so many people to go "postal".

As the above links highlight, any weapon in the hands of the wrong person can lead to the death of innocents.

Are you saying any of the crimes you listed were as bad as the school shooting?

I agree that the people, not weapons, kill people but a wacko dude with an assault rifle would cause much more damage than a wacko dude with a knife. Yes, we need to investigate how they got to that point and all that, but we also need to make the weapons used for mass-murdering inaccessible to people with mental issues.

Topic Today in songs (post a song representing your mood)
Posted 12 Dec 2012 13:46

http://www.youtube.com/embed/rJOsjP33nF4

Topic Today in songs (post a song representing your mood)
Posted 04 Dec 2012 15:31

http://www.youtube.com/embed/PmpO6f2ZdcE

Topic Club Zafia....
Posted 04 Dec 2012 15:07

http://www.youtube.com/embed/WYGFNjEL7Jw

Topic Should the NFL postpone the Panthers vs Chiefs game Sunday?
Posted 03 Dec 2012 18:31

People deal with grief in different ways and just because they decided to play doesn't mean they don't care. What if the game helps them get over it, do we really want them to huddle and weep?

I remember watching the press trying to question Paul McCartney after John Lennon was shot and he was walking to his studio.

Topic Palestinia becoming a non-member observer state in the UN
Posted 03 Dec 2012 18:09



You are the one that lied about what I said. That speaks volumes.

You said you wanted them to battle it out and then you said you didn't want anyone to die so its pretty clear who is lost here.

E1 settlement (which would separate the northern and southern West Bank, harming the prospects of a contiguous Palestinian state) demonstrates that Israel hasn't been for a two state solution for years now (assuming it ever was).

Israel is a fascist and racist state, it belittles Palestinians, it has crammed them into what really can only be called a slum, controls their economy and revenue and restricts their movements. A democracy doesn't destroy all hope for another group's ability to exist and be independent.

Topic "The story must have an ending?"
Posted 03 Dec 2012 16:03

I agree with what Morgan said about books not having an ending. I wasn't best pleased with the way Hunger Games ended, I signed up for a book, not the series! So end the first book and then let me decide if I want to read the second one, don't try to coerce me into buying the second one.

I haven't had this issue on Lush so it must be different for short stories.

Topic Pros and cons of being a guy or a girl
Posted 02 Dec 2012 14:30





I heard that a habitual rapist got two years behind bars in the UK, whereas, a man guilty of stealing food for his family got five years, now that is messed up!

Pros of being women:

If they want to see tits, they can just look down.

They can be emotional and blame it on that time of the month.

They can be groupies. Male groupies are stalkers.

Free drinks. Free dinners. Free movies (you get the point).

If they are dumb, some people will find it cute.

They can wear pink without looking like a sissy.

Topic Palestinia becoming a non-member observer state in the UN
Posted 02 Dec 2012 00:32



so... first thing i thought of when i read this, when i saw the maps, was... hey, reminds me of what we did, here in the US, to the Native-Americans. So, is everyone who doesn't have American Indian blood prepared to pack up and go back to Europe, or Asia, or Africa, Or South America, or where ever they originally came from? and really, most of THOSE countries have been over-run with immigrating invaders from other lands. Doesn't make it right, but it does kind of make for a whole lot of hypocrites if you're saying that the Israeli's should get the hell out of Israel and/or Palestine because the Palestinians were there first. Hell, if you want to go back to biblical times, the Israeli's could argue that the the jews got kicked out and THEIR land taken over ages ago.

Just because it has happened before doesn't justify anything. I never said Israelis should pack up and leave. What I did say was that Israel should stop the settlements (an opinion shared by the UN and US).

Just to be clear, I'm not Anti Semitic, I'm not even Anti Israel, I just think Israel is much more evil than the Western media portrays it to be (a view shared by many Jews living in the Western world). Heck, I even know a few Jews who don't agree with the creation of Israel!

Topic Palestinia becoming a non-member observer state in the UN
Posted 02 Dec 2012 00:22



Are you just stupid? I never said anything about killing anyone because of religion or anything like that. When you make up lies please be a little more credible?
I could care less about the religion of either side. I just dislike terrorists and wouldn't mind if they had to move somewhere else. The Palestinians broke the peace and I believe they will again. Will you post some more made up bullshit? Keep to the facts!

You need to stay consistent, you're changing your opinion like a drunk person changes lanes on a freeway. To quote you, many countries and cultures can actually settle their differences through diplomacy but not there. There will never be peace until one side totally destroys the other by through military might. There is just too much deep hatred there.The USA should stay out and let them settle it until one side completely capitulates , that war would be based on religions so people will die because of religions. But then in your last post you decided to give peace a chance so don't be so fickle.

Not to mention your proposed 'solution' could easily pull in other Middle Eastern countries and if Israel's position isn't good, US would have to intervene which might interest countries like Russia and China (just to even things up), so we could be looking at WWIII. And you call others stupid!

Topic Palestinia becoming a non-member observer state in the UN
Posted 01 Dec 2012 21:27



I guess that means you will no longer be here.

Oh I would, I don't justify killing people of any religion unlike you.

Topic Palestinia becoming a non-member observer state in the UN
Posted 01 Dec 2012 21:13

And I'm looking forward to a racists-free world. evil4

Topic Palestinia becoming a non-member observer state in the UN
Posted 01 Dec 2012 20:44

I don't believe what the media wants me to believe and this is how I see things.

Once upon a time there was a place called Palestine, a land of milk & honey written about in a book called The Bible. This ended in 1948 when Ben-Gurion declared the creation of the State of Israel. Palestine was then flooded with Jews from Europe, later USA and other countries. These immigrants kicked the Palestinians out of their homes, off their farms and out of Palestine. Now the Palestinians are imprisoned in The Gaza Strip, a foul strip of desert between Israel & Egypt, or have been forced out to the west of The River Jordan. However even that is not enough for the Israelis, they keep expanding into the West Bank territory and creating settlements there and every couple of years the Israelis have a turkey shoot, except it's not turkeys they're shooting.

I heard that Israelis don't enjoy having bomb shelters, well Palestinians don't even have those because if they did, these five sisters ( http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/middle-east/five-sisters-killed-in-gaza-while-they-slept-1216224.html) might have survived.

Israel has occupied the Palestinian land unlawfully. Like I said before, if it was their holy land, they shouldn't have left, no one forced them out.

Most of you might not have seen this map (why would the free and fair media show it?). Now how do you suggest Israel has expanded?

http://upload.lushstories.com/913-2.jpg

And those of you who have called Palestinians terrorists should present some arguments to prove that so you don't seem as much of ignorant conservatives as you currently do.

Topic Palestinia becoming a non-member observer state in the UN
Posted 30 Nov 2012 19:33



Simple. Those people who make their living at it. It was once said (rightfully so) that there would never be peace as long as Yasser Arafat was alive because if peace broke out, he'd have to find himself a real job. I suspect that a huge part of the ever-ongoing hostilities stems from the fact that it's the only way those in charge seem to know how to earn their livings at.



Well by that definition, wouldn't the biggest arm seller in the world want a few wars for some easy dollars?

Topic Palestinia becoming a non-member observer state in the UN
Posted 30 Nov 2012 18:34

LadyX, I'm glad you have admitted that. Your stance is now a little closer to reality but you still have a long way to go.

Like John said, Israel is the aggressor there and Palestine is the victim. If that land is the home of Jewish people, they shouldn't have left it, no one forced them out. For sustainable peace, I believe Israel should end the blockade and the UN's forces should monitor the border. It would the peace negotiations if the Palestinians don't feel kidnapped.

Topic Palestinia becoming a non-member observer state in the UN
Posted 30 Nov 2012 17:24



And I'm utterly shocked at your scope of understanding here, by choosing to read a criticism of sustained incivility as a genocide wish. I thought you were smarter than that.


In your first post, you generalized Palestinians and held them responsible for the violence. That is something most people here didn't take a liking to. I was disappointed because I thought you were smart enough to see the real picture than the one that is shown by the biased media.

I didn't say you wished genocide. But its the same thought process, you're at a lower step, if you keep thinking the way you seem to do about this particular conflict, you might get to a point where you won't care about whatever Israel does to the Palestinians (assuming you do now).

I remember hearing a Israeli leader (can't remember his name) calling the 2008 bombardment of Palestine as 'trimming garden', he deemed it important to do that every now and then. How are we sure Hamas fired the rockets? It could have been Mosad agents starting to instigate the latest round of aggression. As far as I know, not more than half a dozen Israelis died in 2012, compared to more than a hundred Palestinians (more than half of which were children and women). How come Israel with its state of art weapons hit the wrong locations and I'm not even sure they were just targeting Hamas personnel.