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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Posted: 08 Dec 2016 12:18

Kinda funny that all the shitty things women have to deal with are always a man's fault. HIStorectomy, MENstration, HISteria, GUYnocology... lol

Topic: Democrat and Republican Party Swap?
Posted: 08 Dec 2016 05:56

Are we in an age where the two parties in America are in a role reversal? Again?

Republicans love to throw around the fact they they are the ones to vote to end slavery. They're quick to point out the Democrat racists ilk of Lyndon Johnson and Margaret Sanger. Only to become the party that wanted to keep segregation and fight against the civil rights movement.

Democrats love to tout there civil rights victories and the party of minorities, free speech, anti-censorship, and the "common" man of the 20th Century.

Have we come full circle?

In the 1980's, it was the people on the right that thought violence and sex/nudity on tv and graphic lyrics in music should be controlled. Hell, in the early 2000's, they were still the folks all up in arms about Janet Jackson's .5 second nipple flash during the Super Bowl. The Republicans were associated with the financial elites of our society, always working to benefit big oil, big banks, Wall Street.

The Dems were always vehemently against censorship. No, violence in movies, tv, and video games did NOT encourage people to become violent. Seeing a sexual scene on tv or a naked woman is not going to make people more promiscuous. Censorship is a violation of free speech. Segregation is awful and must not continue to happen. Freedom of speech and expression is isn't to be fucked with. The party represented the poor and common man, the middle class.

Now a days, it's like bizarro world.

The Reps don't care about what's on tv, while the Dems want boycott or protest shows that have too much graphic or violent scenes, especially sexual ones (see Stark, Sansa)

The Dems now seem to care more about the cultural elites than regular folk.

It's now the Democrats that seek safe spaces and self segregation (see blacks only dorms). The exchange of opposing views is not welcome. Books and movies/entertainment, comedy are to be censored so as to not offend anyone.

Republicans are for freedom of religion still... unless you happen to be Muslim. Then, not so much.

Of course, there are still tried and true stances that haven't changed yet. Both sides are toeing the same lines in regard to abortion, guns, gov assistance type things, etc...

Topic: Dating preferences are discriminatory?
Posted: 05 Dec 2016 09:15

Apple or android?

Lol, that's kinda funny. I'm android all the way, though.

Topic: Dating preferences are discriminatory?
Posted: 05 Dec 2016 07:48


Wow. This person is so wrapped up in her own reality, she's completely gone off the rails.

For years, the LGBT community has taught us that we love who we love. That being gay isn't a preference, it's who a person is. Rightfully so. Now this clown comes along and tells us that all attractions are a "preference", she even uses and quote.

Secondly, Riley seems to completely equate love with attraction as if they're the same thing. There are plenty of people that I'm attracted to, but would have ZERO desire to date. For the purpose of this video, she's talking about physical attraction/attributes. We all know people we think are hot, pretty, sexy... physically, but are assholes. I'd might fuck someone, but that doesn't mean I love them or would want to date them. Likewise, there are plenty people that I truly love but am not attracted to at all. Those people are called 'friends".

I'm a straight guy, there's no way I'm going to be sexually attracted to a person that doesn't have a vagina. That doesn't make me a bigot or a homophone. I can (and do) have gay friends that I love, adore, and respect. Just because a straight guy doesn't want to fuck another guy or a trans woman, doesn't mean he's homophobic. A true hard core lesbian isn't a man hater for not wanting to be with a person born with a penis that identifies as a woman.

Topic: Why Democrats Lost the Presidency
Posted: 22 Nov 2016 09:22

The Democrats really need to get their crazies in check. For all the talk about the far right wing nutjobs, there are just as many far left nutjobs that are just as dangerous. Four and eight years ago, it was pretty clear that the Republican party was in trouble and fracturing. Now, the Democrat party is in just as big of peril. The party is crumbling around them, and the leaders aren't doing ANYthing about it.

Do you really think that all those folks that are suffering, not having a good job or a good paying job really care about what the cast of "Hamilton" thinks? Do you think any of them find any sort of common ground with the audience of "Hamilton" booing the VP-elect? A ticket to see "Hamilton", on Broadway, will run you about $800/person. And those are probably the cheap seats. Some union member welder in small town America could give a rat's ass about a diversity lecture. He just wants to put food on his table and keep a roof over his family's head. He's probably voted democrat most of his life, most union people do. But now, the elite-run Democratic party is leaving him behind.

All those Richie Rich college kids that can't take a test or go to class, with the approval of college administration, they're just proving to the center-left people of this country that they have no common ground on which to meet. Middle America, including teenagers and young adults that live in the real world know that not showing up for your responsibilities will get you fired.

It isn't just the Presidency that the Dems lost. There are more Republican state legislators now than there have been since 1920. Let that sink in. During the last 8 years, President Obama's term, Democrats have a net loss of over 900 state legislator seats and a dozen governorships. Dems have control of Governor and state legislature in five state, Reps have that control in 25 states.

Now, the Dems can keep on shouting about old white dudes (btw, those dudes' votes still count) or they can do something to address what seems to be a growing problem of disconnect between actual Democrat politicians and elite and their rank and file everyday constituents.

Most of those everyday kind of folk really do care about equal pay for women, they think same sex marriage should happen, they believe everyone should be treated fairly and equally. In fact, may center-right people believe all that too. But, if those things come at the cost of double or triple the cost of their health insurance paid from low or non-increasing wages, the right to even object with one part of any sort of left leaning ideology without being labelled, or being marginalized or seemed less desirable because they choose trade school or being a factory worker, laborer, or blue collar type person instead of a college grad.... then they're going to err on the side of caution that maybe allows them to feed their families.

If the Democrat party thinks that all this protesting, lecturing, and abdication of personal responsibility is going to regain the voters they lost this year; they are going to be in for a rude awakening.

Topic: Canadian Parliament arguing over the word "fart"
Posted: 18 Nov 2016 13:27

Okay, this really isn't "think tank" material, but I thought it was pretty damn funny. Maybe we should all move to Canada if this is the kinds of issues they deal with.


Topic: Why Democrats Lost the Presidency
Posted: 16 Nov 2016 05:39

A few points to be made. Number one, the U.S is not a democracy, it's a republic. So, yes, the EC is the best method by which to conduct elections. I know it isn't an exact comparison, but it would be like having a general election in the European Union. In order for it to be fair, there'd have to be some sort of adaptions made so it would be fair. Other wise the more populous countries like England, Germany, and France would hold way more power than the small ones like Luxembourg. The US adopts this style of Republic so all states have equal right voting rights. And, they are equal. This country would already be VASTLY different if we used a general election.

Secondly, just because Hillary won the popular vote in this EC style election, that does not mean she'd automatically win the popular vote in a purely democratic 1=1 general election. It is impossible to know what that outcome would be. But, as someone above mentioned. If that's how we elected our President, they would have campaigned completely differently than they did. Donald Trump didn't even go to the west coast or do any/much campaigning in NY or New England. In a general election, he would. In a general election, using current numbers, he'd only have to get about 2% more of the vote in those states to beat her.

No one (including me) thought he'd win the primary. He did, easily. No one thought he could win Florida, NC, Michigan, or Pennsylvania. But, he won all of them and soundly beat Hillary. He campaigned hard in those states. In a general election, do you really think he wouldn't have gone to California or Oregon or New York. If he'd gone to those states numerous times, and ran ads, and spoke to the lower middle class working folks, do you really think he couldn't turn 2 out of 100 to vote for him? He did it all over the country. Not to mention, all the Republican folks in those states that don't vote because they know it won't matter in our current system.

In states where they both campaigned, Trump beat her. It's safe to assume, if we had a true general election, he could have swayed 2 out of 100 that didn't vote, to vote for him. Or, turned 2 out of 100 from democrat to republican. We'll never actually know either way. But, let's not assume that because Hillary has more total votes now, that she would in a totally different scenario. Afterall, Trump proved all the experts wrong already.

Topic: Why Democrats Lost the Presidency
Posted: 14 Nov 2016 11:46

Here's a good article from a left leaning columnist...

Everything You've Read About The Election Is Missing The Point

Here's one quote from his column that jumped out at me... after DWS has stepped down from her position of running the DNC, a statement ON Hillary Clinton's own website:

"she…will continue to serve as a surrogate for my campaign nationally, in Florida, and in other key states.” Continue.....????

Topic: February Fast Approaches... Donald Trump is being taken seriously... Should we be TERRIFIED???
Posted: 12 Nov 2016 05:56

To be fair, I do see a lack of class in what you posted but it's not Melania.

It's a good thing that I don't get my character value from the opinions of others, namely you. Take that however you like.

First, this is a sex-based website, therefore I have no opinion on what anyone chooses to post here on this site. Second, I do have a problem with the availability of legitimate nude photos of a woman who is in the position of First Lady for this country. Her choices, plagiarism and nude photo shoots, are not exemplary for the youth of this country. She has no class. I didn't have to Google her photo to prove that fact.

If you believe plagiarism is classy, then that's your opinion. I think it shows a lack of class.

Third, I can Google whatever the fuck I want to Google.

Fourth, I wasn't talking to you.

Now, whatcha got? Call me whatever you like. I'd have to value you and your opinion to be hurt or influenced. And to be clear, I value neither.

Lol. It's a public forum so you're talking to whoever is reading what you post. It doesn't bother me that you don't care about my opinion, congrats. You're still a slut shamer.

Topic: Why Democrats Lost the Presidency
Posted: 11 Nov 2016 12:53

Here's another video, this one shows why we have the Electoral College and why it's a good system.


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