About lafayettemister


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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


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Topic: H&M: "Coolest monkey in the jungle"
Posted: 18 Jan 2018 11:15

Does anyone's opinion change after seeing the child's mother's opinion?


Topic: What do you like during blowjobs??
Posted: 08 Jan 2018 06:31

Less suction, more friction.

Topic: Why I voted for Donald Trump
Posted: 28 Dec 2017 12:48

Here's what I find interesting. The people that are up in arms about Pres. Trump's tax proposal and their "concern" for the middle class having to pay more taxes are the same folks that didn't have any concern over the middle class having to pay more for health insurance premiums as a result of the ACA.

From a couple websites I've read, the worst case scenario for the middle class is having to pay $200-$600 more per YEAR in taxes (based on their income bracket). If those projections prove to be true. The leftist/anti-Trumpers are so worried about the middle class and how they'll manage to survive having to bear such a burden.

Those same folks, didn't bat an eye and had zero concern for the middle class when their insurance premiums increased by the same margins ($200-$600+) per MONTH.

Of course, the difference is that is is the lower class that benefits from the middle class' increased premium payments. But that isn't the basis of the left's outrage, not (entirely) who gets that money. The "outrage" and "concern" is that the middle class will crumble under the pressure of losing money under this tax plan. If you thought they could "find a way" with increased premiums, you can't now assume the sky is falling with increased tax burden (which is still far less than the financial burden levied by the ACA).

Topic: Michael Moore or Roy Moore?
Posted: 19 Dec 2017 13:40

But the center today has moved so far to the right from what it was 50 years ago, the center now is what used to be the right wing in the sixties.

Nah, I don't think that's true. The right wing in the 60's was still pro-segregation and definitely pro-life. People in the center now are no where near pro-segregation and many are pro-choice or pro-life with qualifiers. The middle now is likely to have folks who support same-sex marriage (to be fair, some middle folks are probably against it). The right wing of the 60's would have been 100% against it.

It may seem to a liberal minded person that the middle is more right-wingish, but that's because the left has gone WAYYYY left.

To a conservative minded person, the middles will seem more left-wingish, but that's because the right has gone WAYYY right.

The people in the middle see both extremes to be equally dogmatic and unreasonable and illogical and full of double standards they apply to the other side but not to themselves.

Topic: Harvey Weinstein
Posted: 15 Dec 2017 09:00

I've certainly spent some time here railing against the powerful who use their power to prey on those less powerful. I have no patience for that kind of bullshit. As much as I hate it all, we still have a "innocent until proven guilty" law system. And that ain't perfect. See... Anthony, Casey for example.

Some new allegations have come out, against dudes at ESPN. There's been previous incidents there, so they should know better. But, where is the line between crassness and harassment? Between poor judgement and criminality?

John Buccigross is accused of sending shirtless pics of himself to a woman who he calls "dollface", "longless", and "dreamgirl". She claims she was denied advancement in the company because she declined his advances. That would be criminal.

Another woman had an unnamed executive pull out and show her her own Playboy pictorial. That seems inappropriate for sure. She names Matthew Berry in her claims of sexual assault. Berry was interviewing at the same time, and they were all brought to a strip club. Again, dumb. Why would they need to go to a strip club. She claimed Berry was in a photograh where he is pointing to her breasts.

Were Berry's actions a little classless? Probably. Is it criminal? I don't think so. Why would she name Berry in her allegations but not the executive that pulled out her Playboy spread?

No one who assaults a woman (or anyone) should not face the consequences, but I think we also need to be careful to not lump bad behavior/poor judgement in with criminal activity just because it's inappropriate.

So, what's the line? Personally, I think Matthew Berry's actions my have been unnecessary but if that's all he did (and that's all he's accused of at this time) I don't think throwing his name out there was a good idea. When does actions cross from a woman saying "hey, don't be an ass. that's uncalled for" and accusing him of illegal behavior?

Topic: Is there anyone who thinks this tax reform is actually a good idea?
Posted: 12 Dec 2017 14:43

Having read everything I can on this bill, there is no reason for the middle class to be optimistic at all. The bill long term will drain the economy of its cash flow.

Thing is, the middle class is never optimistic about changes in tax structure. They aren't necessarily pessimistic either. It's a common stumping topic for politicians, but the middle class knows none of the changes in taxes are really for their benefit at all. If a tax change gives them or takes away $1000/yr in their return, it'll hurt or help a little. In either direction, it isn't going to be life changing. I'm middle class, as are most people I know. Middle class folks know that their present and future success is almost entirely made by the sweat of their own brow. They aren't waiting for the perfect storm of tax break to take them from lower-middle to middle or middle to upper class.

In my small business, I spend all day talking to customers. In and out, we talk about a variety of topics. Obviously, we don't get too deep or political, but current state of things is usually touched upon. In almost 15 years, I can't think of a single time a customer and I talked about any tax reform, good or bad, effectively altering their life enough that it was noticeable.

No matter who pays what tax and who gets what break, they still have to wake up everyday and go to work. Wait for payday, pay a few bills, and try to stay ahead of trouble. The day to day life of the middle class hasn't changed in the last 20+ years. Clinton, W, Obama, Trump... life remains the same no matter who does what while in office.

Topic: Is there anyone who thinks this tax reform is actually a good idea?
Posted: 12 Dec 2017 11:37

I tell you where I'd like to see some tax reform in the arena of medicaid/ss/medicare for the disabled.

True story/true scenario about a friend of mine. We went to high school together (in our mid 40's now). He is a paraplegic, he's in a wheelchair as his legs didn't work very well. I say didn't because they've both been amputated within the last 3-4 years. In high school, he was known for his love of heavy metal music and being an all around nice guy. Our senior english class was upstairs, we literally had to get 4 guys to lift his wheelchair to bring him up the stairs every day.

He is on SSi/disability to cover all his medical costs, care, and eventual long term care. In addition to all his health costs being paid, he gets an SSi check each month. A whopping $480 dollars a month... to live on. His car insurance for his wheelchair accessible van is almost $200/month. He is prevented from owning anything (his van is in his mother's name) worth more than $2000. Which meant he and his new wife, who had already purchased a mobile home, had to to divorce. He couldn't be part owner, and she didn't want to sell it because then they'd still have more than $2000 in the bank and the government would have taken it.

He has worked in the past as a DJ and would love to do it again. Unfortunately, if he makes more than $85/month, they'll deduct from his social security check. He was once employed full time with benefits, but when he was laid off, it took him over 6 months to acquire "disabled" status and he literally suffered during that time. He lives at home with his mother because he can't afford to live on his own.

I realize there are people out there that would take advantage of the system which is why it is how it is now. But, I truly think part of our reforms for taxation/spending/governmental assistance should have a way for people to contribute to their own happiness and financial well-being, without such harsh penalty. I mean, seriously... $85/month? If the federal governement would let the guy DJ for an internet radio station (which he did briefly, for $85/mth) and make... what... $1000-1500/month? It's not like he'd be bilking the Fed while working as a roofer. Or making $100k a year as a banker or something.

There's gotta be reasonable logic that would allow him to work and feel like a contributing member of society, rather than shut into his room all day. He shouldn't have to choose between medical care and eating. Or going to the movie from time to time. Or eating out. Or going to a concert. Or splurging and buying a smartphone that isn't 5 years old.

Topic: Is there anyone who thinks this tax reform is actually a good idea?
Posted: 12 Dec 2017 10:32

So moderators can contribute to the forums? No offense, but two hours ago you were arguing that Mods shouldn't even have friends on Lush lest it affect their impartiality. At no point in this thread have I personally 'put my mod hat on'. I haven't told anyone off, sent them warnings, or suspended an account. Everything posted has therefore been personal opinion, so I have absolutely no idea what you are talking about when you refer to doling out forum justice. Are you talking about someone else or were you just being vague?

You seem to be suggesting that the issue of certain moderators treating some individuals differently than others is rife. I think you are categorically wrong. You call it 'running to mama' but I would argue that if you geniuinely thought there were an issue, the common sense thing to do would be to bring it to the attention of the only person in a position to do something about it. Perhaps not so much of an issue then.

My suggestion at the beginning of this, possibly not stated clearly enough, would be for Mods to be in the employ of Lush Stories. Non-participating members. In an effort to not add employee expenditure costs to Nicola, I suggested they be paid via free membership to enjoy the primary function of the site. Those moderators, the hypothetical "new" and unaffiliated moderators would be prohibited from voicing opinions on topics and their only "job" would be to fairly moderate forum behavior as set by site guidelines.

Current forum mods would be freed up from that duty and could engage in debate at any time on any subject. They would no longer have to have to choose between their own opinions and having to discipline those who disagree with them.

In a prior post, you took up the mantle to defend Mods and their Lush rights. I have not gone back to read every post to see who/which Mod may or may not have "moderated" someone's posts. I quoted you in that post. That was my mistake for assuming you had "put on your mod hat" in a previous post, which I did not bother to verify.

For that and for being vague and incorrect in my assumption, I genuinely apologize. See how easy that is?

It's more "rife" than it ought to be, I'll just leave it at that. I do think there is an issue, I'm bringing it up here. IT's been brought up elsewhere, numerous elsewheres.

Topic: Is there anyone who thinks this tax reform is actually a good idea?
Posted: 12 Dec 2017 08:26


Act: noun, the process of doing, to perform a function. Translation - the mod team is not here to act as an 'impartial body of overseers for some formal talks '. We are a body of volunteers who contribute to public discussions in our own right as individual members and try to remain as impartial as can be reasonably expected.

As simply as I can explain it, the moderating team is not a group of disconnected robots with flawless impartiality to the topics under discussion and the individuals engaging in those discussions. We try our best as individuals.

If you have a problem with that then feel free to send a message to Nicola.

There are two different things at play here. Yes, you can engage in discussion to the topics in forum. Of course, you are entitled to an opinion and that opinion is yours to express as vigorously as you want.

However, when you put on your "mod" hat and dole out Forum justice and dictate members follow site rules and regulations, at that point, impartiality should be your goal. Your opinion on the topic and your policing of site rules are not the same thing. To be partial with your demands to members of their behavior, is justified bullying.

You'll never agree, no matter how many people claim to have been treated unfairly by mods, in comparison to how others are treated.

To be clear, I never said your opinions on topics should be impartial. Your handling of site behavior/actions should be impartial, or at least, an attempt at impartiality should be made. Consider if you'd have the same reaction/punishment/warning if the same thing(s) were said by Person A or Person B. If there is any difference, and your bias allows you to act more harshly towards one than the other... you should tender your moderator resignation.

No need for me to go running to mama.

Topic: Is there anyone who thinks this tax reform is actually a good idea?
Posted: 12 Dec 2017 07:40

We try to be as fair and even-handed as possible. We're not robots that lack all human fallibility. I said that the moderating team is not an "impartial body of overseers for some formal talks" not that we don't try to be impartial.

Jesus, it's like pulling teeth sometimes, lol.

(Apologies to Just_A_Guy_You_Know for completely derailing your thread.)

No, that is not what you said. You said the moderating team is not here to "ACT like an impartial body".... translation, their actions are not impartial.

If you try to be fair and even handed as possible, and numerous members have expressed that mods are NOT fair and even-handed.... have you given a single thought as to whether or not that's true? Fallibility is certainly understandable. Ignoring the various and numerous concerns of members, discounting their opinion they've been treated unfairly; is willful.

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