Forum posts made by magical_felix

Topic Why Women Don't "Earn Less" Than Men...
Posted 25 Jun 2014 21:25

I don't know if its a cultural thing or what or if this is even a relevant comment in this thread (I don't care if it is really) but I was always taught that it is more expensive to be a woman because of the societal pressure they have about keeping up their appearance. Like go to a hair salon and look at a men's haircut price compared to a woman's cut. Woman's wardrobes tend to HAVE to be larger than men's, they're body products cost more, men don't use makeup etc. So even if they make even money they still have less disposable income.

Topic The Gun Control Debate Thread.
Posted 13 Jun 2014 00:47

For the record, and if you search thru my posts, they will uphold this. i have NEVER advocated for taking away guns. if you are a responsible gun user, and you have weapons that are reasonable to own (pistols, rifles, a shot gun) and if you treat them as what they are, tools that can kill another human being, then i'm okay with it. my issue is, that no one actually needs guns that are military grade, can fire of multiple shots in a matter of seconds, can piece the vests of police officers. the guys in the picture at chipotle (btw, i can come up with several dozen of those kind of pictures taken over the past few months, and at a variety of places and of a variety of different people) are NOT responsible gun owners. they're idiots - even the pro gun people agree with that - thing is, they feel entitled to being idiots and their choice of idiocy puts my life and the lives of others in danger.

what ever happened to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness? does it only apply to the guy with the biggest gun? my "feelings" have EVERYthing to do with how i would react if someone walked into a place where i was enjoying dinner with my family when my FEELINGS are that they are one step away from doing something to get us killed. change the fucking law to comply with my feelings and i'll be a happy camper.

Can you imagine sitting at Chipotle eating a fucking burrito bowl and you see some dude walk up with a semi automatic rifle hanging off his neck like those two guys in that picture? My first thought would be "holy shit, these guys are the next klebold and harris, I'm gonna be one of these poor saps in a news story". Why wouldn't anyone think this upon seeing a gunman? Why would we all just ignore the guy holding a fucking assault rifle in a chipotle restaurant? What if another guy with a special in his waistband thinks this? What if he pulls it in fear of these guys with the assault rifles pulling a columbine as they enter? Now we have two morons shooting at each other and me or you or your children or anyone is now in the corner of this restaurant hoping they don't get hit by one of these "patriots" with their guns they don't need. it's totally absurd.

Topic The Gun Control Debate Thread.
Posted 13 Jun 2014 00:30

Since we don't, people should be tested up the asshole psychologically before being allowed to own a weapon that makes killing so much easier.

They think guns don't kill people - that people kill people. That is the "thought" you are confronted with when you try to think with your brain about the role guns play in the current state of american violence. They think that someone with a knife will have the balls to go on a killing spree then kill themselves with that same knife. Anyone with half a brain can ponder about how much easier it is to kill themselves with a gun as opposed to a knife. Obviously the guns are a catalyst. They are what give these people the balls to carry out a heinous act and when the shit hits the fan, they can just blow their own brains out with the squeeze of a trigger and not face any consequences for what they have done. Not so easy with a knife.

Topic The Gun Control Debate Thread.
Posted 13 Jun 2014 00:14

This quote just goes to show how very little you know about firearms, Felix. Having multiple handguns does not mean one is planning on going on the "offensive"; personally, I own four different handguns, each for a separate purpose. Pepper spray, "stun gun", and Tasers are all methods that can and will bring you into close contact with an intruder, and that have been shown to be useless against someone who is delusional, high, drunk, or all of the above, even when used by professionals. With a shotty, you only have two chances to hit your target before having to reload.

Oh, and it's not a "clip", it's a "magazine". At least make the effort to have your terminology correct.

Two chances with a shotgun??? And you're telling me I don't know anything? lol

You're gonna leave your house with more than one handgun on you? Really? You live in such fear that you think it is necessary to carry around more than one handgun at a time? The odds of you going out with two guns and using them for self defense is many times smaller than someone going out with two guns and using them to go on the offensive. Look at the news... Tell me the last time someone that wasn't law enforcement stopped someone going on a rampage with their two hand guns. I would imagine that conservative news would just love to report on all the stories of people with their handguns using them for self defense, since pandering to their base is all they really do. I would imagine these stories wouldn't be hard to find, many stories that outnumber the amount of death in all the other stories where gun nuts with all their guns decide one day to shoot a bunch of people. Go ahead and find them. I don't expect you will by the way.

Where did I say pepper spray is what you use a against a home invasion? I was listing weapons that are for self defense in general.

I said clip, who the hell cares, You obviously knew what I meant. You can probably fill a library with things that I know that you don't. I don't jerk off to guns. You said "shotty" but I knew you meant shotgun. You think ignoring everything else I said, which you have no answer for, and focusing on semantics makes you look intelligent? No, It makes you looks stupid as fuck.

Topic The Gun Control Debate Thread.
Posted 12 Jun 2014 09:23

No, hunting isnt. But protecting me, and mine, from those that come on the farm is. I consider putting down those that are rabid, or predatory self defense.

And there is no other option for dealing with those animals? no one you can call at all? No one at all? Last I checked rabid animals can't open doors. We don't live in Jurassic Park. Plus that is out in rural areas, you know damn well what I mean. If you live in an area where rabid animals are an ongoing problem then fine, getting a special permit for a rifle, some classes and a register for it like they do in Australia shouldn't be a big deal.

Topic The Gun Control Debate Thread.
Posted 12 Jun 2014 09:16

Add rifles to the list of self defense please. Id just as soon not get that close to some of the things Ive had to shoot.

We also hunt, and eat that which we kill. While I have hunted with a crossbow, and a friend rabbit hunts with a recurve, Id rather not.

Hunting isn't self defense. Sorry, but if someone breaks into my neighbors home I don't want the round from a high powered rifle coming through the walls and hitting me in my spine as I'm sleeping.

Topic The Gun Control Debate Thread.
Posted 12 Jun 2014 08:49

Those guys are total douchenozzles, but what they're doing is legal. Laws are based on actions, not feels. Until you get a law passed making their actions unlawful, I couldn't give a rats ass how you feel.

Only someone that is incredibly simple minded would need the law to tell them what is right and wrong. At one point in our history slavery was legal, at another point alcohol was illegal as well. You're so simple that you would be fine with that just because of their legal standing?

At one time Americans "felt" that slavery was wrong and those laws needed changing and they were changed. Not quite sure what you mean when you say laws are based on actions and not "feels". More shooting from the hip by you I suppose.

Add for the rest, yes pepper spray can be an effective tool, but it's just another tool in the toolbox. So are situational awareness, and a study pair of running shoes. I'm not advocating trying to run away 100% of the time, nor am I advocating shooting 100% of the time. Every situation is different, and will probably require a different response. Different tools for different things.

Yeah no shit...

1 handgun, pepper spray, stun gun, tasers, 1 shotgun in the home <-- All tools for self defense.

Semi auto assault rifles, extended clips, multiple hand guns <-- All tools for going on the offensive.

Those two geniuses in the picture above can't even make a proper decision on what clothes to wear... I hate that we have to trust them with making a proper decision with those weapons they are carrying into public dining establishments simply because legally they can. Only an idiot would contend the fact that if all these morons started taking their guns everywhere there would be more shootings and more killings.

Topic Chop my hair?
Posted 08 Jun 2014 11:53

I'm thinking of chopping my hair off for the summer?? I've never had short hair. My girlfriends say guys prefer long hair. Is this true?

I'm one of the guys that prefers short hair. I tend to notice the women with short hair when I enter the room before any of the other women. For me, I think it is because the women that cut their hair short do so because they have a really pretty face. Next time you go out, actively look at the women with short hair, they tend to have gorgeous faces. I also think it takes a certain type of personality to go ahead and cut it all off. Daring, playful.

And when I say short I do mean short. Not shoulder length.

Topic Brazil are going to win the World Cup!
Posted 06 Jun 2014 20:43

Sure you have... in your dreams. Have a nice evening Jack.

I have heard people replace are with is in my dreams? Okay... I never imagined such a big tough guy to have such thin skin. Hmmm The internet is a hell of a thing.

Topic Brazil are going to win the World Cup!
Posted 06 Jun 2014 20:38

Is with are? That makes no sense. That sounds like some bad TV script writing where they have those terrible actors doing those really awful rendition of accents.

Other way around Buz, replacing are with is . Replacing words isn't an accent by the way... I have heard it before in person. I have heard it in interviews. I have heard it in documentaries. I have heard it so many times.

Topic Brazil are going to win the World Cup!
Posted 06 Jun 2014 20:16

No, we pretty much leave that you yahoos in California. But you all would add 'gag me with a spoon' to the end of the sentence.

Are you denying that y'all tend to replace are with is when you's talkin'? Crazy talk Buz, crazier than a shit house rat.

I doubt the USA will win it since our coach doesn't even believe we can win.

They currently have the best coach they have ever had. They have a hard group though and just don't have the firepower or depth it takes to make it past the round of 16 if they luck up somehow to make it out of their group. It's just the reality.

Topic Religion, Bad or Good?
Posted 06 Jun 2014 12:29

Topic Brazil are going to win the World Cup!
Posted 06 Jun 2014 12:24

Shouldn't it be....Brazil is going going to win.? Or if it was meant to be a question then it should be " Is Brazil going to win the world cup?"


Firstly, it's a statement, not a question.

"Brazil are going to win the World Cup!" is correct. She's referring to Brazil as a sports team.

It's like saying. "Spurs are going to win the NBA finals!" You wouldn't say "Spurs is going to win the NBA Finals!". Well, maybe you would if you are from the deep south... But it's incorrect.

Topic Brazil are going to win the World Cup!
Posted 06 Jun 2014 12:18

The way the groups are set up and if you follow the brackets it sure looks like it will be a Spain vs. Brazil final. I don't want to see either team win to be honest but I think Spain is a stronger more patient team and will win.

Topic Fetishes that would constitute 'extreme niche' stories?
Posted 05 Jun 2014 12:57

Fetishes that would constitute 'extreme niche' stories?

In the early 2000's during the heyday of extreme activities I was banging a girl doggystyle and I popped open a can of fucking Mountain Dew® mid-thrust and took a big swig and then poured some on her back and big ass and the rest on my face then crushed the can and chucked it across the fucking patio before I busted a nut in that booty.

It was the most extreme thing I ever did.

Topic What is the riskiest place you have ever masturbated?
Posted 04 Jun 2014 12:17

Trailer park.

Topic Honestly... (Are YOU a little bit Racist?)
Posted 04 Jun 2014 10:09

Everyone is a lil racist. It is the way our brains work wether you like it or not. Our brains compartmentalize everything, including people. If our brains didn't do that we'd have a hard time grasping the world in general.

I am actually leery of people that say they are absolutely not racist at all, and that they don't see skin color or culture, or hold no prejudices. It makes me feel like they are dishonest or overly politically correct without really believing what they say or that they are actively racist and are just saying that to cover up a feeling they have that they might think others notice.

Of course where the problem is how you deal with these thoughts and to what extant you have them. Everyone has had an unjust thought about someone based on race, the way they dress, hair style tattoos, speech pattern ect. You are an actual racist, or can be called one if you have ever not hired someone because of their race or not tipped a waitress because of her race or something like that.

Merely having a racist thought is not being a racist. It's like the difference between stealing a glance at a girl's ass as she walks by and grabbing her or worse. One is a normal sometimes involuntary action, the other is a violation and you would then be a sexual predator.

Topic Contour Your Boobies
Posted 04 Jun 2014 09:52

I wonder if a guy can contour his dick to look bigger.

No but you can really get the veins to shine.

Topic Elliot Rodger kills 6, injures 13 others. Is it rape culture, guns or something else?
Posted 02 Jun 2014 10:17

Felix that was a wonderful account, but I believe that media/social media are not to blame for his actions - it was in him and it would almost certainly have been in him for most of his life, even if he had been able to contain it. He just used social media to advertise his madness.

So you think that the allure of infamy in death is not a contributing factor in him making the ultimate decision? I'm not talking about him, himself, using social media. I mean the endless media coverage that happens after these killings.

You said "it" would have been in him even if he was able to contain it . I think what makes "it" happen in him is his perceived lot in life and possible mental illness. What turns "it" into the will to carry out a mass killing/suicide is how easy guns make it to do so and also the fact that they will be remembered forever (look at the columbine killers, people still remember their names). In eliot rodger's case he has even been glorified for it by many men.

I can definitely see other angry bitter men with a lot of guns and a low mental capacity "getting ideas" and maybe wanting to copy cat or even outdo rodger.

Topic a guy painting your toe nails and foot rubs
Posted 01 Jun 2014 21:17

...then the woman call it a night and you're left masturbating on your own.

Save the autobiography for your profile, dunce.

Topic a guy painting your toe nails and foot rubs
Posted 01 Jun 2014 21:07

It could be a tender and intimate thing to do. And what's the worst that could come out of it?

My foot massages tend to turn into calve massages then thigh massages then...

Topic Elliot Rodger kills 6, injures 13 others. Is it rape culture, guns or something else?
Posted 01 Jun 2014 20:43

The first—and last—word on Elliot Rodger, as written eloquently by Ezra Klein:

This is the entire article below if you don't wish to follow the link.

Elliot Rodger is the most dangerous possible shooter for an age of media saturation. His chilling clips were on YouTube — and can be replayed across a thousand nightly news broadcasts. His posts litter forums, and more are sure to be discovered. His family is connected to celebrities. He was handsome in a way, and a student at a sexy, sun-drenched school on the California coast. His madness was a weaponized mixture of rich-kid entitlement, aching lonesomeness, and digital cries for help. He seems less like a person than like a character from an artsy slasher flick meant to comment on inequality, misogyny, gun violence, and online alienation. He will be irresistible to the media. And that makes him a threat even in death.

There's a reason the media rarely reports on suicides. Sociologists long ago discovered that suicide is contagious — and media coverage helps its spread. There are guidelines endorsed by the Centers for Disease Control, the World Health Organization, the National Institutes of Mental Health, the Office of the Surgeon General, and others warning against "inadvertently romanticizing suicide or idealizing those who take their own lives by portraying suicide as a heroic or romantic act." They also caution media outlets against credulously relaying the testimony of the deceased. "The cause of an individual suicide is invariably more complicated than a recent painful event such as the break-up of a relationship or the loss of a job," they write.

But the national media reports ceaselessly on mass murders. Cameras are often there to cover the actual shooting, and they don't leave until weeks or months after the final press conference. Magazines profile the killers, lingering on their fashion affectations or their love of death metal or their disturbed art or the maddening realization that they didn't seem like killers at all. These are all natural attempts to understand a tragedy. But the end up glorifying the murderer — and possibly creating copycats.

Sociologists believe that mass murder is contagious, too. "The tornado of media coverage that swirls around each such mass killing," wrote Zeynep Tufekci at The Atlantic, "and the acute interest in the identity and characteristics of the shooter -- as well as the detailed and sensationalist reporting of the killer's steps just before and during the shootings — may be creating a vicious cycle of copycat effects similar to those found in teen and other suicides." They also may be fulfilling the shooter's hopes and dreams.

"Isn't it fun to get the respect that we're going to deserve?" said Columbine shooter Eric Harris. He and his partner, Dylan Klebold, had hoped that Steven Spielberg and Quentin Tarantino would fight to tell their story. Instead, it was Gus Van Sant who fictionalized their lives on the silver screen.

In the New York Times, Adam Lankford, an assistant professor of criminal justice at the University of Alabama, summarized three motivations for suicidal mass murderers. The first is they are "struggling with mental health problems that have produced their desire to die." The second is "a deep sense of victimization and belief that the killer's life has been ruined by someone else, who has bullied, oppressed or persecuted him." The third "is the desire to acquire fame and glory through killing."

Every time a mass murderer wins fame and glory through killing it helps convince the next mass murderer that a shooting spree will give them the respect in death that they were never able to acquire in life.

Rodger's writings are a sick mixture of megalomania and self-pity. "I was desperate to have the life I know I deserve; a life of being wanted by attractive girls, a life of sex and love. Other men are able to have such a life," he wrote in his 141-page autobiography. "So why not me? I deserve it! I am magnificent, no matter how much the world treated me otherwise. I am destined for great things."

Unable to be the hero of his own story he decided to become the villain of everyone else’s. And, with the unwitting cooperation of 24/7 media, he will become a national villain. And other sick young men will see him get the renown in death that they have have never been able to receive in life.

This is an easy dilemma to point out. It is much harder to solve. Even the act of writing this article contributes to the problem. I've described Rodger's life, his grievances, his writings. I've quoted from his manifesto and compared him to past notorious mass murderers. I've made him that much more famous.

Tufekci offers some recommendations. "There should be no reporting of the killer's words, or actions before or during the shooting," she writes. The name of the killer should not be officially confirmed until the trial. And she warns against "stories about which guns exactly were used or how much robo-cop gear was utilized."

This amounts, of course, to a kind of call for censorship around a national event. There are some precedents. She points to the kidnapping of NBC's Richard Engel in Syria as an example. "The information about his capture, though obviously newsworthy, was held back in order to aid the negotiations and rescue efforts," she writes. But routinizing that kind of censorship is probably impossible, even if it was wise.

Another possibility, though, would be to say less about the killer and more about the victims. The women and men Rodger shot had lives, too. They had social media accounts, and friends, and they made art and wrote essays. Perhaps there's a way to honor the victims rather than glorifying their murderer. Perhaps it would give future mass murders pause to know that they would be making their enemies into national heroes rather than making themselves into national villains.

So this interesting article brings up something that was touched upon earlier in this thread but not really elaborated on by anyone. The media and the roll they play in this phenomenon of suicidal mass murderers.

Could the media be fueling copy cat mass murderers?

Is the infamy they will certainly gain in death be enough incentive to push someone over the edge?

Can reporting on the specific guns, tactics, body armor, motivations, failed plans and successful plans be giving other potential killers ideas?

If the media holds back from reporting on suicide, suicide rates, ways of suicides etc, is it also possible for them to hold back on reporting mass murder? The media proved it is actually capable of blacking out a story for the greater good like they did with the journalist who was kidnapped in Syria.

Is saying that these young men who kill masses of people are simply copy cats who may not have done this if it wasn't for the media making other killers infamous also a cop out?

Topic Can interracial include blondes with redheads?
Posted 01 Jun 2014 10:34

Yes because when you mix a blonde with a redhead you get a strawberry blonde proving they were different races from the start.

Science bitch.

Topic Elliot Rodger kills 6, injures 13 others. Is it rape culture, guns or something else?
Posted 30 May 2014 12:58

Felix "the Pied Piper"


I'm through with love hangovers,
It's best that I stay sober.
No rolling in the clover,
No Gretna Green trip over.
No honeymoon in Paris,
I only feel embarrassed
For the cool cats,
The charmed kittens,
Both smitten by the love songs
That he's written.
Caught in the sights
Of a deadly sniper:
The magic piper of love.
The magic piper of love.
Of love, of love.

My girlfriend, she go blotto
Of cunnings and his grotto.
It turns out he's a dirty old man.
The nice place that I want to be,
Is sat up on this Christmas tree,
While playing these games of
Catch as catch can.
Cause he's a sweet talker,
A silent stalker.
All the savvy of a street walker.
More deadly than a horned viper:
The magic piper of love.
The magic piper of love.
Of love, of love.

He's a heart breaker,
A mover and a shaker:
The magic piper of love.

It's kind of hard to swallow,
You know you've gotta follow,
The magic piper of love.

Cause he's a city slicker,
An expert politic-er:
The magic piper of love.

Of love, of love.
Of love, of love.
Of love, of love..

Topic Elliot Rodger kills 6, injures 13 others. Is it rape culture, guns or something else?
Posted 30 May 2014 12:04

Sorry Jack I truly wasn't sure which to quote. I am a wardog victim (now know as withering dreams) if he is referring to which threads to look at perhaps check mine and ginger86's posts. He surely believes I am responsible for leading him on, I am 36 he is 64 WTF. I was just nice but clearly once he realised nothing was reciprocated he became abusive

I gathered that from the rants I saw. No need to pull them up. They are not needed in this thread. That's unfortunate that happened and good thing you don't know him in real life.

Topic Elliot Rodger kills 6, injures 13 others. Is it rape culture, guns or something else?
Posted 30 May 2014 11:26

Go look at the quotes dear Felix chose to bring in here from MANY months ago on the subject of pics and vids... THAT was what I was talking about (and HE wells KNOWS IT!)

Yes but throughout this thread you have mentioned how women should be responsible for their own decisions. Decisions they made that resulted in them getting abused, raped, harassed, made to feel fearful etc. You have stated that if they had guns this wouldn't happen. You blame them for not making proper decisions like arming themselves or staying sober for them getting raped. You are basically telling them it's their fault for taking a knife to a gun fight. A gun fight that they didn't ask to be a part of.

Topic Elliot Rodger kills 6, injures 13 others. Is it rape culture, guns or something else?
Posted 30 May 2014 10:57

More word twisting... surprise.

Oh I see so NOW you're saying that WOMEN are NOT adults but children? And as such are NOT responsible for THEIR OWN DECISIONS? Hmm THAT IS an interesting mindset.

The fact that you interpreted my words that way is more telling of your mentality than mine. Getting raped is never someone's decision.

You ignored this part of my post. You want to clear up what you meant or are you standing by your statement that women should be responsible for their own decisions when they are abused, raped, harassed, made to feel fearful etc?

Topic Elliot Rodger kills 6, injures 13 others. Is it rape culture, guns or something else?
Posted 30 May 2014 10:53

You're not really impressing anyone and nobody cares about your life's work.

Being ex-military (if it's even true and to what extant who knows) Isn't a get out of jail free card for being asshole. An ex- anything isn't a get out of jail free card for being asshole.

And oh wow he was a security guard... He walked around a strip mall ready to blow a whistle at kids on skate boards. Oh man.

Topic Elliot Rodger kills 6, injures 13 others. Is it rape culture, guns or something else?
Posted 30 May 2014 10:48

Go read the above post then try again. I don't CHOSE to live in a fantasy world

Oh, so you are touching on mental health now... You don't chose to be mentally ill. Well, I can accept that.

Topic Elliot Rodger kills 6, injures 13 others. Is it rape culture, guns or something else?
Posted 30 May 2014 10:43

Oh I see so NOW you're saying that WOMEN are NOT adults but children? And as such are NOT responsible for THEIR OWN DECISIONS? Hmm THAT IS an interesting mindset.

The fact that you interpreted my words that way is more telling of your mentality than mind. Getting raped is never someone's decision.

(I was MOST diligent in performing my duties, unlike several others who were too busy FLIRTING to DO THE JOB AT HAND!) WHY do YOU remind me of THOSE guys?

Because you were probably jealous of the guys that knew how to flirt with women properly and you focused on them and the women that ignored you and left you holding your cock.