About lafayettemister

Regular guy with regular guy needs.

John Deaux
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Alabama, Alabama, United States
Nothing special.. I like the same things everyone else does. Movies, music, sports, sex...
Favorite Books:
I don't get the opportunity to read very much. I love to read, but with two kids it's hard to get enough quiet time to do it.
Favorite Authors:
Too many to list.. although the last book I read was by Wally Lamb.... I Know This Much Is True. Great book.. I'll definitely have to read more of his stuff.
Favorite Movies:
The Hangover, Pulp Fiction, Kill Bill, Glory, Intimacy, Love Actually, lots and lots more.
Favorite Music:
I like most music. The only thing I don't really like is rap, just not my thing. Well, I don't really care for polka music either. hahahaa
Date Joined:
04 Oct 2010
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Topic: Who should be the next US president?
Posted: 22 Oct 2016 05:47

It's that 13 percent of things she's lied about or attempted to keep hidden from the rest of us who don't work on Wall Street (whom she's told another version of what she believes) that bothers the hell out of me.

It's how she and the DNC worked in collusion against Bernie Sanders so that he'd be effectively squashed.

She's been working for the last sixteen years for this moment. Lining up votes through graft and promising not to forget 'friends nor favors'.

Read those Wikileak documents to get a real feel for what she and those who support her - have been saying and doing to position her at this point.

I'm not voting for Trump, he's part of the problem, all he's ever done is bought Republicans and Democrats for favorable financial gain for himself.

I'm not voting for Clinton. She's a snake with a private point of view and a public point of view (she's admitted to that). Her 13% lies are, in many real ways - worse than anything Trump could invent...even if he lied all the time.

A Democratic and Republican congress would keep his ass in check for 4 years. Hell, he might even resign after 8 or 9 months of not getting his way on anything.


It's not just that she lied, it's WHAT she lied about and what she gained from those lies. In all honestly, I truly believe that Hillary is a dangerous person. It's not because she's a democrat. It's not because she's a woman. It's just because it's who she is. Furthermore, it's her quid pro quo with entities that definitely don't have the best interest of America at heart that makes her most dangerous. She's a sketchy, conniving, corrupt individual with no core beliefs or values. Her values change with the wind and with whomever is lining her pockets. The ONLY things Hillary truly believes in are power and money. At any cost.

Topic: Who should be the next US president?
Posted: 21 Oct 2016 13:42

I've mentioned on Lush before, I'm not a Trumper. But I'm also NOT with her. For those of you that are backing Hillary, does the mountain of email evidence of corruption and pay-to-play/quid pro quo stuff even bother you? She is the epitome of everything we supposedly hate in a politician and, in my mind, voting for a known corrupt politician, into the highest office in the world, makes you complicit in her corruption. A co-conspirator. Maybe ALL of this is made up, maybe she's pure as snow, but I highly fucking doubt it. And, while it's true she hasn't been convicted of any crime, I still could never vote for her in good conscience. I mean, Casey Anthony hasn't been convicted of a crime either,but I wouldn't hire her as a nanny.

I just don't get it.

Topic: Who should be the next US president?
Posted: 21 Oct 2016 08:38

I think Gerald should run for President...


Topic: October~Breast Cancer Awareness Month~SAVE & SHOW THE TATAS!!
Posted: 20 Oct 2016 05:36

I don't have an opinion either way. Leaning towards preferring that you make a donation outright to either a hospital-based BRCA specialty clinic or to the BRCA foundation of your choosing. I started this thread mostly to show that BRCA survivors can and do have beautiful breasts.

Thank you Liz and Serene for your donations to the fight.

I apologize for disrupting your thread, I meant no harm. My intent was to do something fun for everyone on Lush, while at the same time raising a little money for the cause.

I lost my grandmother to breast cancer and have lots other members of our extended family as well. Every year, many of us still participate in Relay For Life, even though last year we didn't and it seems like that particular charity is dwindling. But, I have paid to play in a local golf tournament for breast cancer. So, I do give on my own.

Topic: Standing for the National Anthem
Posted: 17 Oct 2016 08:29

I'm saying African Americans are being targeted and treated unfairly and brutally. That's not OK.

Being racist and abusing your power behind a shield is not ok.

The last time I checked, it was illegal to burn the American flag.

I'm not debating your opinion that African Americans hard targeted and unfairly treated. I agree, that is NOT okay.

Racism, in all fashion, is disgusting.

You may need to check it again. The US Supreme Court ruled in 1969 that burning the American flag was protected by the First Amendment.

Topic: Standing for the National Anthem
Posted: 17 Oct 2016 08:23

I'm saying flag burning is illegal and disrespectful. Kneeling is a form of expression.

I believe he has the right to kneel down and make a statement. A protest.

I hate to tell ya, but flag burning is NOT illegal. Anyone has the same right/freedom to burn a flag as to kneel for the anthem. Both are a form of protest and equally protected as such.

Secondly, you say flag burning is disrespectful, therefore something you disagree with. How is your disrespect different from someone else's view that kneeling for the national anthem is disrespectful? That's the problem with emotional justice, everyone has their own opinion on what is and isn't disrespetful and why our legal system seeks to not judge on emotional constructs.

Topic: Standing for the National Anthem
Posted: 17 Oct 2016 08:16

I'm from the US, and also indigenous to it. Where would you like me to go, kind sir? <img src="/forum/images/emoticons/icon_flower.gif" alt="flower">

I love my country. S itting on a knee is not burning a flag nor is it saying one doesn't respect the military or anything else. It shows that a statement is to be made. <img src="/forum/images/emoticons/my2cents.gif" alt="My 2 cents">

I also believe in equality for ALL.

To be clear, you stand behind kneeling during the national anthem, but you do not agree with flag burning? I just want to clarify the difference you make between the two.

Topic: Standing for the National Anthem
Posted: 17 Oct 2016 08:05

Protesting with out action or any chance of consequence is nothing more than grandstanding. Civil disobedience and protesting in days gone by, were done by people that stood to lose something.

People skipped work to protest, thereby endangering their employment and income.
People could be arrested for protesting on private property.
People could be seen by violent opposition and could be beaten or killed.
People could lose family and friends for standing up for that which their loved ones disagreed.
Labor unions have protested businesses and companies, while they were free from termination, they suffer huge economic hardship for protesting rather than working and earning their paychecks.

If Kaep really wanted to shine a light on an issue that was important to him, he wouldn't do it on the sideline of a football game while collecting millions of dollars in salary. Want to impress me with your stance, Kaepernick? Skip a few practices during the week, skip a game on Sunday, protest/picket outside the offices of the 49ers and/or NFL because they continue to play the national anthem that you don't agree with. Skip a few practices and/or games, lose a paycheck or two and pay some fines, then you'll impress me with your beliefs.

There are people in this world who are attention whores, and they can't function out of it and many of them use a "cause" to validate their need for attention. He has every right to believe what he does and every right to protest how he's protesting. But his cause is secondary to his desire for attention. It reminds me of those clowns, who, to celebrate their right to open-carry, walk around with AR-14 guns hanging off their shoulder. They're within their rights to do so, but the Second Amendment is secondary to their need to be looked at. Same thing with exhibitionists protesting animal right by walking around naked or topless. The cause itself is secondary to their desire to be seen. I'm 100% in favor of breastfeeding, but some women seem to pick the most centrally public spot, whip out a boob, and glare around the room looking for anyone to challenge them. She is well within her right to breastfeed ANYwhere she likes, but sometimes the primary function of that is to draw attention to herself with righteous indignation.

To be clear, breastfeeding in public is perfectly normal and legal. Open carry is perfectly normal and legal. Kneeling for the national anthem is perfectly normal and legal. But, for some, the cause is just a means to an end, that end being "Hey everyone..... look at me!!!"

Topic: October~Breast Cancer Awareness Month~SAVE & SHOW THE TATAS!!
Posted: 14 Oct 2016 05:30

I fail to see how showing your tits on a confined internet forum will help raise awareness to a cause that's already highly widespread: you can spot announcements everywhere, news presenters wear ribbons, plenty of shops have donation boxes. I can't help but think that one must be living an extremely sheltered life if bumping into a few pairs of cyber-tits will suddenly make him/her realize that October is the Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

Not to mention that prompting women to show their breasts for the cause is a sheer arbitrary concept; it's like me telling strangers on the street that I'll give $1 to the Colorectal Cancer Association if they can manage to produce an audible fart. Anyone can discreetly donate a fixed amount of their choosing without it being a 'conditional' deed of any sort.

I'm sure it wasn't wrongly intended, but measuring women's investment into the cause by whether or not they're willing to show their boobies to a bunch of unknown creepers is also a pretty low thing to do. Pressuring specific members is even worse: I'm sure both Sprite and Dancing_Doll are already plenty involved into the matter in their own private and personal ways.

If you truly want to support the cause, you can simply donate and move along. There's really no need to turn this into a silly popularity contest.


Who pissed in your Wheaties? Good grief. If you do not wish to participate, just like anyone else, you do not have to. Different communties all over the world have their own fundraisers for charity, doing all sorts of things. On Lush, it seemed like a decent plan. So good a plan, in fact, that last year when it was done ON Lush, the members of Lush raised over $6k for breast cancer research. Could all that money have been raised otherwise? Yes. Would it have been raised? No way to know.

Here's link to the 20 thread pages that happened last year...

Lush... Show Dem Tiddies...

My offer hasn't caught on, and that's fine. But don't call me out for suggesting it. Just move along and find something else to read.

Topic: Religion, Bad or Good?
Posted: 13 Oct 2016 07:23

Religion has brought us a multitude of charities and services. Religion has give us Habitat For Humanity, lots of homeless shelters, local food banks, the Sistine Chapel, Handel's "Messiah", some of the world's most beautiful architecture, the works of Beethoven and Bach.

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