Forum posts made by magical_felix

Topic How big of a Bitch, am I? Be honest.
Posted 05 May 2015 20:29


You're a lil ass bitch.

Topic Ball Pain
Posted 05 May 2015 16:41

/when im inside wife i love her to pull and squeeze or even twist my ball...........especially when im cumming..............any others get off on this?

You keep that up and and that one ball you got left might turn into no ball at all.

Topic New product; sad that it was needed.
Posted 05 May 2015 15:42

Here are a few others that I saw talked about when I first saw the nail polish one on another site.

Topic Club Zafia....
Posted 05 May 2015 15:35

Topic 6 Baltimore Officers Arrested in Death of Freddie Gray
Posted 05 May 2015 15:22

laughing3 Seriously? I'm getting bashed for using crowdsourced research (feel free to do some research on the benefits of that, study some Hayek, etc.) and your counter is ALTERNET?!?!?! Let me just counter with something equally unbiased from Fox News :P

I've studied Selma Hayek's tits since I was a teen. Don't come at me with your uninformed bullshit.

Topic What are some tattoos with sexual meanings?
Posted 04 May 2015 21:12

Topic Should creationism be taught in schools?
Posted 04 May 2015 20:41

Why doesn't God just create some more rhinos and tigers so they don't go extinct. Lol

Topic Club Zafia....
Posted 04 May 2015 19:26

Topic What comes first for you, "I love you" or sex?
Posted 04 May 2015 14:47

I love sex.

Topic 6 Baltimore Officers Arrested in Death of Freddie Gray
Posted 04 May 2015 14:42

Topic Should creationism be taught in schools?
Posted 04 May 2015 09:44

"Evidence" about creationism.

It should be a crime to do this to someone. Like, teaching this to children and wiring their brains in this way. It's just not right.

"Why don't we see any forms of transitional animals today? Why isn't evolution happening today?"

Like, reading statements like that is so fucking sad. It's so backward it's not even funny.

A person

who believes in the bible

With constant magical things happening to people all the time thousands of years ago

Asking why we don't see evolution happening today.

Why don't we see evolution happening today he asks.

Why don't we see evolution happening today...

Holy shit.

Topic Natural Sleeping Goddess
Posted 04 May 2015 09:13

If I were on a magic mushroom fueled nature walk and came across this it would probably scare the living shit out of me. Otherwise that is pretty cool looking.

Topic Announcing the Winners of our "This is Hardcore" Stories Competition
Posted 04 May 2015 07:22

Nice job everyone. Congratulations Dancing_Doll, Sitting and Jaymal!

Sitting, you have become quite a force to be reckoned with. Well done!

Topic Rage or Satire expressed through .gifs or tube vids only
Posted 03 May 2015 22:39

Topic Today in Pictures (post a picture representing your mood)
Posted 03 May 2015 22:21

Topic Club Zafia....
Posted 03 May 2015 22:11

Topic 6 Baltimore Officers Arrested in Death of Freddie Gray
Posted 03 May 2015 19:07

Log the fuck in and do a little reading.

Yeah, sprhr2. Get a brain and do some goddamn research like wellmademale.

Topic Become a man?
Posted 03 May 2015 09:08

Maybe for a day, I always wanted to write my name in the snow! LOL

You still can... Upside funnel, duct tape and a silly straw. I'm sure you can figure out the rest.

Topic 6 Baltimore Officers Arrested in Death of Freddie Gray
Posted 02 May 2015 10:45


An 18-Year-Old Baltimore Rioter Faces a Higher Bail Than the Cop Accused of Murdering Freddie Gray

An 18-year-old man who attacked a Balitmore police car with an orange traffic cone faces a higher bail than the cop who allegedly murdered Freddie Gray.

Allen Bullock, who rioted in Baltimore on Saturday over the death of 25-year-old Gray, turned himself into police on Thursday after his stepfather warned that the police would track him down and “beat him.” He is charged with eight misdemeanors and his bail was set at $500,000, according to The Guardian. Bullock’s family now regrets telling him to turn himself in.

On Friday, Baltimore’s chief prosecutor, Marilyn Mosby, charged six cops in the death of Gray after the state’s medical examiner ruled Gray’s death a homicide. Mosby said that the officers had no grounds to arrest Gray, never seatbelted him in the police van, and repeatedly ignored his pleas for medical help. At times, Mosby said, the officers left Gray face down in the vehicle with his hands tied behind his back. Gray’s spine was 80 percent severed at his neck, and he died in the hospital a week later.

The officers faced an array of charges, including assault, false imprisonment, and misconduct in office. Officer Caesar R. Goodson Jr, the driver of the police van, faces the most serious charges, including second degree murder charges. His bail was set at $350,000, according to The Baltimore Sun’s Jessie Fenton.

Topic Story Posters
Posted 02 May 2015 09:12

Topic Profile Playlists - Grooveshark just shut down
Posted 01 May 2015 23:44

Dammit, just after I took a great deal of time editing my Grooveshark playlist. That said, if their practices weren't fully endorsed by the RIAA (or other recording associations), I have no other choice but to comply myself.

And I don't know if you guys noticed, but since recently a lot of YouTube videos are restricted from playback on external websites. I'd say that nearly 50-75% of my own YouTube videos won't play on my profile anymore:

It's always hard to figure out if you're behaving according to the artist's will with all those music streaming platforms. Different artists have different perspectives on the matter: some don't want their music to be distributed freely at all, some don't exactly mind because they rely much more on their shows to finance their careers, some go as far as freely distributing their own music themselves.

Artists typically only make around $1 per record sold through 'conventional' methods (ie. record stores, iTunes), which represents a mere 5-10% of what the consumer is paying; all the rest (90-95%) goes to different mega-corporations implicated in the distribution process (ie. associations, record labels, record stores chains, etc.). That way, what the associations/labels/chains and what the artists are advocating themselves are often two different things entirely: a lot of artists actually prefer to have their music distributed freely to the public than to have dozens of corporations making big money out of their artistic outlets.

As Ian MacKaye (musician, songwriter, label owner) puts it himself:

"Music is a gift. Then you have a choice with that gift: you could keep it to yourself, you could pass it on as a gift, or you could polish it up and sell it. But when you sell it, it's no longer a gift. In the early 90s, in that Nirvana era, a lot of people polished up that shit and sold it. And that was very discouraging I thought, because I felt "It's a gift!". And when I make it to somebody, they should give it to somebody else; we should keep it out of the market place."

"We didn't actually make tapes to put on our shelves. You make a tape and you give everybody copies of it because you want them to know the songs, because you want them to sing along at the shows. In the commercial world of music, in the industry, people go on tour to support records. But in my mind, records exist to support the tour. The show is the point, the performance is the point; that's the event, that's the gathering. Fugazi had this motto forever: record is the menu, show is the meal."

And Bad Religion stream their latest records in their entireties on YouTube: True North / The Empire Strikes First / The Process of Belief

Bad Religion is on Epitaph Records by the way, which was founded by their guitarist in the early 80s, so they have perfect freedom when it comes to promoting their records and making commerce decisions:

"Epitaph Records is a Hollywood, California based independent record label owned by Bad Religion guitarist Brett Gurewitz. The label was originally "just a logo and a P.O. box" created in the 1980s for the purpose of selling Bad Religion records, but has evolved into a large independent record label."

So anyway, free music streaming isn't necessarily as 'evil' as the RIAA would want it to be; I'm personally a lot more concerned about the artists' will on an individual basis. That said, their opinions on the matter vary so much that it's hard to know when you're behaving rightfully or not. And legally speaking, associations/labels (like the RIAA) still have the right to control how the music that they own is distributed.

You need to embrace your inner hipster douche-bag and take a swig of your pabst. Most of my videos are still viewable because of this. I hug trees here and there, care too much about art - even when it's shitty - and care even more about my facial hair. Embrace the douche-bag. You'll be fine.

Topic 6 Baltimore Officers Arrested in Death of Freddie Gray
Posted 01 May 2015 22:48

Thought not.

I'll agree, but just this one time.

Topic 6 Baltimore Officers Arrested in Death of Freddie Gray
Posted 01 May 2015 22:37

Be nice cat. evil4 Hugs


Topic 6 Baltimore Officers Arrested in Death of Freddie Gray
Posted 01 May 2015 22:21

I respectfully disagree that this is well stated. It's an emotional argument using fear, hyperbole, and the huge broad generalizations that he rallies against. He complains that the 90% of citizens are getting treated like they are part of the 10%, but then proceeds to address the cops in the same way, pinning the actions of a few on everyone in law enforcement across the country.

Personally, I think that it's probably WAY more than 90% that are unarmed civilians, but I don't know the numbers. I think the public's view of the percentages is probably so skewed by the representation in media we would be shocked to know the real numbers.

Are you saying buz's post is akin to saying cancer sucks? Or something like that? I'm not agreeing or disagreeing with you. BUT, that fucking avatar severely discredits some of the rather intelligent things you say. Look at that fucking thing. You could pop out of a dark alley wielding a machete and I would still die laughing before you even took a swing at me.

Topic 6 Baltimore Officers Arrested in Death of Freddie Gray
Posted 01 May 2015 21:22

Over 90% of police confrontations are not with armed gangs but with unarmed citizens. The cops need to be police, not the goddammed gestapo. This is the USA, not a police state dictatorship. Not the USSR!

The police are paid by the citizens. Goddammit they should work for us! Not bully us and certainly not shoot unarmed people in the back over minor crimes or have several of them beat someone until they severe their spine and die or groups of them choke hold a begging man until he suffocates. In those cases the police ARE the criminals and should be prosecuted and sent to prison.

Police in America are out of control and that needs to change!

Buz, you're right... But, fuck dude... I just need to mention the irony of your post when coupled with your signature for your new story is hilarious. That's funny, you have to admit.

Topic 6 Baltimore Officers Arrested in Death of Freddie Gray
Posted 01 May 2015 14:47

I don't see them getting away with it... But if they do. If they happen to be found innocent. It is going to be a day that is not forgotten any time soon. I hope major cities all over the country are prepared for a verdict of innocent. Just in case.

Topic Profile Playlists - Grooveshark just shut down
Posted 01 May 2015 10:08

I'm looking for a barefoot hillbilly boy band humming 'Deliverance'.

Yeah, there you go. Dueling hicks would be perfect.

Topic Profile Playlists - Grooveshark just shut down
Posted 01 May 2015 08:17

I'm sure Gav will find another solution evil4

I am not a big fan of auto-starting profile music, it's so 2008 "myspace" icon_smile

It makes me wonder if we should remove the playlists totally, considering the copyright implications.

He should see about having your featured YouTube video on your profile autoplay when someone visits. Then people can have all kinds of obnoxious shit going on. It would be great!

Topic Remember your loved one – by putting their ashes in a dildo...
Posted 01 May 2015 07:33

Imagine someone putting a loved one's ashes in a dildo and then using it on someone else!!

It's too disturbing for me. I would be poltergeisting anyone who did this to my ashes.

Imagine when grandma passes away too and her children then having to deal with the dildurn. Like, what do you do with it?

Topic Remember your loved one – by putting their ashes in a dildo...
Posted 01 May 2015 07:29

That's wild.

I wonder if they could put the ashes in a large buttplug if the deceased was a pain in the ass.