Forum posts made by magical_felix

Topic Celibacy In Religion.
Posted 08 Mar 2015 08:47

You know very well what my objective was in posting that and I failed but then that doesn't surprise me. I wont bother answering your question since the answer is obvious. There is however never a need to make any responses personal and clearly, to me, antagonistic. It typically destroys the thread, creates unwelcome drama and there is simply no need for it.

A little late with this don't you think? You should change your name to Johnny come lately. This whole imagined destroying threads or derailing threads thing you guys get stuck on has always been funny to me. This thread has as many responses (excluding mine, sprite's and trinknut) in the last 24 hours as it's had on it's most active days. Get real.

Topic Celibacy In Religion.
Posted 07 Mar 2015 11:50

i don't need this right now.

Tru dat. Me neither.

Topic Celibacy In Religion.
Posted 07 Mar 2015 11:46

you know what your first post was doing. it's the same old MO. a member that you have a personal vendetta posts and you come in and post in a manner that's sure to get a response. i am tired of that game. it's one thing for tempers to get heated when discussing topics in the think tank. it's another to simply pop in and start name calling. please cease and desist. thank you.

Cease and desist? After you accuse me of something I didn't do? What name did I call her? Post in a manner that is sure to get a response? Can you explain that? So we are to post in the forum in a manner to make sure we don't get a response?

Topic Celibacy In Religion.
Posted 07 Mar 2015 11:34

Drop it, Jack. next shot someone takes at someone else in here, people are going to be taking a time out from Lushing. i don't care if that's you, Trinket, or fucking Nicola. got it? thank you. For the record, i read the posts i deleted. i am not a complete fucktard.

I didn't do anything wrong. My first post is not any different than posts that are in any thread in this section of the forum. It's the response to me that devolves into name calling, crying, whining and hypocrisy.

Topic Celibacy In Religion.
Posted 07 Mar 2015 11:19

For the record, i deleted the posts. one, they were off topic. Trinket had nothing to do with it. if you can't stay on topic and revert to calling names, i'll delete them again.

senior mod, LS

Let me show you...

See how in your timeline it shows something different than what is in the thread now because I deleted the initial post and changed it to this. Do you get it now?

And I am the one calling people names? Are you reading the thread or just going by what your friend is crying about?

Topic Today in Pictures (post a picture representing your mood)
Posted 07 Mar 2015 11:15

Topic Celibacy In Religion.
Posted 07 Mar 2015 11:00

I didn't delete anything at all. I'm not a mod. I can't do that. It shows on my timeline too, and the screenies I took of it all.

Don't be stupid (more stupid) I mean when you type up something in the forum then go back and edit it out so it shows up in my timeline but not the thread. You know what you do, don't play dumb.

Topic Celibacy In Religion.
Posted 07 Mar 2015 10:59

Good thread .. *some* useful posts .. some not so useful .. I do hope it stays on topic :).

Yes john you are right, this is such a good thread, oh my goodness. Look at all the pages of responses.

So are we not allowed to disagree with someone in the think tank now John? I see other posts in this thread that aren't on topic but just someone disagreeing with someone.

Topic Celibacy In Religion.
Posted 07 Mar 2015 10:56

Stop putting words in my mouth because you don't understand what I am saying in my posts. Of course you can post on a public forum if you want to. What you aren't allowed to do is harass me which is exactly what you do. This isn't a thread about whether I'm an authority on anything or about how stupid you make yourself look, so how's about we let people who want to, post their opinions on celibacy in religion.

I'm not putting words in your mouth at all. I think anyone that can read can see your hypocrisy. Quoting someone and not agreeing with what they say, especially in the "think tank", isn't harassment. I think you need to crack open a dictionary. Didn't you just yesterday go into one of my threads to post a picture that had nothing to do with the thread? Didn't you just yesterday go do what you are asking me not to do?

Of course you can make a choice to stay here and post insults at me in between drinks. Pour Wine

I think you are projecting your own lot in life onto me.

Topic Celibacy In Religion.
Posted 07 Mar 2015 10:46

Whether you want to see them again or not here is a reminder of one of the terms and conditions of lush membership.

I agree that I will not post in the forums, chat rooms, profiles, instant messages, blogs, comments or any place on, any message or material of any kind or nature that is unlawful, harassing , libelous, defamatory, abusive, threatening, harmful, vulgar, obscene, profane, racially offensive, inaccurate, or otherwise objectionable material or that encourages conduct that could constitute a criminal offense, give rise to civil liability or otherwise violate any applicable local, state, national or international law or regulation.

*pics mic back up*

LOL my post constitutes harassing? What about when you quote me, say all kinds of ugly things then delete them so they don't show up in the thread but they do in my timeline... What do you call that?

I'm gonna drop the mic again but keep going if you want me to pick it back up.

*drops mic*

Topic Celibacy In Religion.
Posted 07 Mar 2015 10:33

Trust me, everyone is tired of your childish bs now go and put your big boy panties on and mind your own business Jack. You've forgotten you posted this exact same thing yesterday. What I posted to someone else (which was NOT meant to be insulting) is not your business! If there is something wrong with my post a mod WILL let me know. So mind your own business and go.

If the only thing you can find a bit of entertainment with at the moment is writing insults on a sex site forum, to deliberately try to extract an emotional response from me then you have a very sad life indeed. If I were you, I would go away now while some of your dignity is intact, before you make yourself look like a worse troll than you did yesterday.

Do I have to draw your attention to the clause referring to HARASSMENT again? The clause isn't there to make the site look pretty, you know.

First of all. You are not everyone...

Second of all, saying I wear panties or calling me a pussy like you do in the PMs you send me (which I never respond to) isn't offensive to me. I don't consider women or pussies weak or an insult. I'm not a sexist person so when you do that it makes me laugh.

Thirdly, I can post in a public forum if I want, if you don't like it, then you go. I can say my post wasn't meant to be insulting either. I was simply pointing out to you that just because you have never heard of something doesn't mean it makes it unimportant or untrue. Believe it or not you are not an authority on anything. It's laughable that you would think you are.

*drops mic*

Topic Celibacy In Religion.
Posted 07 Mar 2015 09:18

What the hell song are you talking about? I've never heard it.

You could probably fill a library with things you've never heard of. No offense.

Seriously, what kind of response is that to someone that took the time to actually contribute something no one else has touched on concerning the topic.

Edit: I see you added a smiley clown now to try and change the tone of it LOL.

Topic BDSM illustrations and photography
Posted 06 Mar 2015 10:14

Only you would want to assault a tied up chicken.

That's a derogatory term. It's 2015 trinket. Get with the times.

Topic BDSM illustrations and photography
Posted 06 Mar 2015 10:08 chicken.jpg

That's my favorite of your self shot nudes. The other ones were less appetizing. love7

Topic Should I have asked this question earlier?
Posted 05 Mar 2015 17:59

Now I am at the point of seriously considering just "forgetting" to tell PSBC about what he told me, because I know his health status, in order to keep our plans in order

That just seems incredibly irresponsible. Especially when it's pretty common for people on the internet to lie.

Topic What's Thee Last 'Scary Movie' That Actually Scared You?
Posted 05 Mar 2015 16:23

Maybe because I was just a young lad when it came out but Event Horizon creeped me the fuck out.

Topic Should I have asked this question earlier?
Posted 05 Mar 2015 10:29

If I were him I would think this was some bullshit excuse to call off meeting in person after making reservations, taking time off work and all of that shit. I would think I was being catfished. If it's about more than just sex I wouldn't understand why we couldn't just meet and hangout if sex is off the table so I would think something is fishy.

Topic Girls wearing tall socks
Posted 04 Mar 2015 09:34

Topic Sexy paintings and illustrations.
Posted 04 Mar 2015 09:32

John Kacere Serina

Topic Today in Pictures (post a picture representing your mood)
Posted 03 Mar 2015 22:25

Topic Has The Time Come To DEMAND A Recall Election?
Posted 03 Mar 2015 22:07

It is not just in Germany but in every country with parliamentarian system.
In simple words, where democracy was established power of the the country is in hands of people, parliament is voted by people who represent them, they are deciding about future of the country. It is to avoid one man show and to avoid totalitarian power. So president is basically new age Queen of England, social representor of the country where parliament who is run by prime minister makes political decisions.
How much power people really have is debatable, of course.
Hope this makes sense, it is awfully early here.

No need to put it in simple words for me, hun .

Just kidding. That makes sense. Still don't see the point in having a president. I mean a symbolic King with some cool outfit and crown makes sense for tradition but a symbolic president seems very strange.

Topic Has The Time Come To DEMAND A Recall Election?
Posted 03 Mar 2015 21:54

It's all fun and games until the "huns" start to get thrown around.

Topic Has The Time Come To DEMAND A Recall Election?
Posted 03 Mar 2015 21:44

We already know who is next in line and i wouldnt worry,its prince Charles and if he abdicates than william and Kate

Holy crap that dude looks like a drawing of an English person when the artist is told to make a ridiculous caricature of an English person.

Topic Has The Time Come To DEMAND A Recall Election?
Posted 03 Mar 2015 21:37

Monarchy is indeed bizarre. There are many forms though. In the Netherlands for instance, our king has less power than the British queen I believe. Contrary to the British queen our monarch is not crowned, but inaugurated, as the power is not in him but in the abstract notion of 'the crown', which he merely represents. The Dutch monarch is not (entirely) free to speak his own mind publicly, as he's not supposed to represent himself but the entire nation. Because of that and the fact that it's an inherited title it has been referred to as an extremely privileged form of slavery. There is a possibility to opt-out though.
It's a largely ceremonial function, somewhat comparable to that of president in parliamentary systems where the prime minister (or chancelor in Germany) is head of government.

Damn, that sounds like a nightmare.

So what is the point of having a president in Germany then? Is it all just tradition?

I have some Thai friends and they tell me about how much power the Thai king has and how you can be killed just for publicly talking shit about him. The Thais are no world power but imagine if a country like England got a king like that someday? I feel like the world would get a little nervous about what they would do.

Topic Has The Time Come To DEMAND A Recall Election?
Posted 03 Mar 2015 21:05

Absolutely yes I do they would follow her.

have u seen the changing of the guard?

She can and could and our miltary would follow her not our government should they disagree and i think she would have public favour, certainly mine and the armed forces, they fight for her not our government.

I wish you all had a Monarchy for us they serve a real purpose.

And no absolutely not she is not without power at all. she as i said can disolve Parliament and is the only one who can enflict a death sentence now she as total power i she wants to use it and she could.

That sounds scary to me. What if when she dies the next person in line turns out to be a total asshole... Scary shit.

Topic BDSM illustrations and photography
Posted 03 Mar 2015 20:51

Topic Has The Time Come To DEMAND A Recall Election?
Posted 03 Mar 2015 20:33

Plus our Queen can dissolve parliament, she has that power should she use it but she doesnt. But all our PM's Must go to our Queen or reining Monarch.

No Government has absolute power, only our Queen does.

I don't know much about the Queen. I've heard she's more of a symbol now without much power but I guess not. Having a King or a Queen seems really bizarre to me. Like, what would happen if she decided to start ruling with an iron fist or something. Like if she started taxing you heavily, arresting her detractors and stuff like that. How much power would she really have? Do you think your military would follow her blindly like in the olden times?

Topic Has The Time Come To DEMAND A Recall Election?
Posted 03 Mar 2015 20:09

I disagree, I think croonies are a the offspring of Wayne Rooney

I thought those were Shrek Jrs. dontknow

Topic Has The Time Come To DEMAND A Recall Election?
Posted 03 Mar 2015 19:59

what are croonies?

I think croonies are songs you sing to little chicken-heads when you're trying to seduce them. I'm not sure though, I'm not much of a singer.

Topic Has The Time Come To DEMAND A Recall Election?
Posted 03 Mar 2015 10:08

This post becomes so much better if you play this music in the background while reading it.

As a UK citizen I find this thread very interesting, although the level of vituperation is a bit disturbing. I do not feel it is my place to comment, but I thought that this might be of interest.


In the summer of 1933, shortly after Roosevelt's "First 100 Days," America's richest businessmen were in a panic. It was clear that Roosevelt intended to conduct a massive redistribution of wealth from the rich to the poor. Roosevelt had to be stopped at all costs.

The answer was a military coup. It was to be secretly financed and organized by leading officers of the Morgan and Du Pont empires. This included some of America's richest and most famous names of the time:
• Irenee Du Pont - Right-wing chemical industrialist and founder of the American Liberty League, the organization assigned to execute the plot.
• Grayson Murphy - Director of Goodyear, Bethlehem Steel and a group of J.P. Morgan banks.
• William Doyle - Former state commander of the American Legion and a central plotter of the coup.
• John Davis - Former Democratic presidential candidate and a senior attorney for J.P. Morgan.
• Al Smith - Roosevelt's bitter political foe from New York. Smith was a former governor of New York and a codirector of the American Liberty League.
• John J. Raskob - A high-ranking Du Pont officer and a former chairman of the Democratic Party. In later decades, Raskob would become a "Knight of Malta," a Roman Catholic Religious Order with a high percentage of CIA spies, including CIA Directors William Casey, William Colby and John McCone.
• Robert Clark - One of Wall Street's richest bankers and stockbrokers.
• Gerald MacGuire - Bond salesman for Clark, and a former commander of the Connecticut American Legion. MacGuire was the key recruiter to General Butler.
The plotters attempted to recruit General Smedley Butler to lead the coup. They selected him because he was a war hero who was popular with the troops. The plotters felt his good reputation was important to make the troops feel confident that they were doing the right thing by overthrowing a democratically elected president. However, this was a mistake: Butler was popular with the troops because he identified with them. That is, he was a man of the people, not the elite. When the plotters approached General Butler with their proposal to lead the coup, he pretended to go along with the plan at first, secretly deciding to betray it to Congress at the right moment.

What the businessmen proposed was dramatic: they wanted General Butler to deliver an ultimatum to Roosevelt. Roosevelt would pretend to become sick and incapacitated from his polio, and allow a newly created cabinet officer, a "Secretary of General Affairs," to run things in his stead. The secretary, of course, would be carrying out the orders of Wall Street. If Roosevelt refused, then General Butler would force him out with an army of 500,000 war veterans from the American Legion. But MacGuire assured Butler the cover story would work:
"You know the American people will swallow that. We have got the newspapers. We will start a campaign that the President's health is failing. Everyone can tell that by looking at him, and the dumb American people will fall for it in a second…"
The businessmen also promised that money was no object: Clark told Butler that he would spend half his $60 million fortune to save the other half.

And what type of government would replace Roosevelt's New Deal? MacGuire was perfectly candid to Paul French, a reporter friend of General Butler's:
"We need a fascist government in this country… to save the nation from the communists who want to tear it down and wreck all that we have built in America. The only men who have the patriotism to do it are the soldiers, and Smedley Butler is the ideal leader. He could organize a million men overnight."
Indeed, it turns out that MacGuire travelled to Italy to study Mussolini's fascist state, and came away mightily impressed. He wrote glowing reports back to his boss, Robert Clark, suggesting that they implement the same thing.