Forum posts made by magical_felix

Topic 11 NEW Categories Added!
Posted 11 Nov 2017 01:52

Okay, goodnight, get inspired. Be more interesting than those incest writers. Don't get threatened by them.

Topic 11 NEW Categories Added!
Posted 11 Nov 2017 01:42

Well, that was fun. d'oh!

Are you asking me to stop? Hoping I stop? I mean If I were you and you were making me look real dumb I'd have fun with it. I wouldn't be hoping it stops... But that's just me, maybe I'm just a sadist.

Topic 11 NEW Categories Added!
Posted 11 Nov 2017 01:35

Nice try little man.

I mean ok, if you say so. Doesn't change the fact that everybody is offended by different things. You're obviously offended by what I say to you, someone else might think it's funny. Someone might think I'm picking on you or someone else might think you just verbally bested me. Just saying, you or anyone else isn't a reliable judge of what's unsavory. Especially you.... but you know what I mean.

Topic Harvey Weinstein
Posted 11 Nov 2017 01:28

Just because you say it, doesn't make it true. I wasn't talking about the victims. How many times would I have to say it before you understood?

I understood it the first, second, third, fourth time you brought up the victims taking money or staying quiet which led to enabling the villain of the story. You imply that the villain wouldn't be able to do evil if the victims didn't allow him to do so by taking money to keep quiet. You're saying that the victims enabled him. You're focusing on the prey and not the predator. You're saying that the bunny that was eaten by a wolf should have had a bigger teeth to stop the wolf. Get the fuck out trinknut.

Topic 11 NEW Categories Added!
Posted 11 Nov 2017 01:20

I have a couple of suggestions.

The first, put Incest in the vault. A genre that rabidly popular and written with Lush’s usual quality would surly help sell memberships. (Other unsavory genres could be placed there too, but enough of that)

Second. PLEASE don’t allow incest stories to take up space but the top ten stories of the last month. I don’t think many of us want to see How I Screwed My Daddy as the top five stories all the time.

Right. Peace out.

Some people consider adultery/cheating, anal, oral, teen etc unsavory too.

Seriously, you sound real threatened. If a simple "I fucked my Daddy" title gets more attention than your perfect syntax and classical themes in a fuck story
(lol) I suggest you get gud scrub.

Topic 11 NEW Categories Added!
Posted 11 Nov 2017 01:15

I had a story posted that had an incest tag but not in the category that I hid when the whole incest thing went down, I just tried to unhide it and it just sent me to an error page. It was in the anal category and not incest. It's just an old story according to the system. I actually hid it so my votes and comments wouldn't be deleted after a mod was like, I'm gonna delete it, all gung ho n shit. So like should I resubmit it as new or what?

Topic Harvey Weinstein
Posted 11 Nov 2017 01:04

If you had a clue you would've seen that's not what I said. I DIDN'T IMPLY anything. I also didn't say "they allowed it to continue by taking money". YOU DID! I DIDNT say money was more important than their integrity. I said I wouldn't have touched it. Two completely different things. Lastly I wasn't talking about the victims. Please read what I quoted of Simmer's. I was talking about the people who knew OTHER than the victims. Simple English.

You implied it, trinket.

Topic How to control only automatic assault rifles in current circulation in the US?
Posted 10 Nov 2017 14:11

I hear some of you calling for bans on automatic weapons ... read the laws! Automatic weapons and 'assault weapons' have been banned in this country for many years.

That was IAMLOVE, who is about as sharp as a marble, that said that. This whole thread is doesn't make sense from the get go.

Topic Harvey Weinstein
Posted 10 Nov 2017 11:17

Hush money motivated a lot of them. Look at the number of victims he paid off. There could be even more than that who knew about it and were paid to keep quiet. How anyone could accept his filthy money is beyond me. I am NOT victim blaming. Try to get that into your head before you decide to Do that dance with me again.

You kinda are though, victim blaming. You're implying that the (filthy) money was more important than their integrity. It's not as simple as "they allowed it to continue by taking money". You don't know what you would have done in their situation. You've never been a very honest person in my experience so the thought of you sacrificing your whole future and life in order to attempt to expose an extremely powerful person is ridiculous.

Topic Tragedy in Texas ~ Mass Shooting at Southerland Springs Church
Posted 07 Nov 2017 23:26

I know that outside the US, Sandy Hook was seen as a huge turning point. Everyone thought that having someone slaughter children would elicit some kind of response.... But it really just made the zealots become more fanatical about their zealotry. I for one thought... "well if this doesn't do it...nothing will."

Instead of changes to legislation, we had conspiracy theorists come out of the woodwork and claim that the attack was staged by anti-gun forces looking to infringe on "freedom."

Now I understand why there is pro gun sentiment in America. It's money. Plain and simple. If there was no financial benefit, guns would be eradicated like the measles.

What I can't understand is why pro gun people think that anti gun people have to gain? The benefits certainly are not monetary. They claim that there is a "leftist agenda" for some clandestine purpose is simple laughable. Unless that agenda is to have less people affected by gun crime...

The sad part about this recent event is that the pro gun advocates are actually seeing it as a "win." That's right. After this guy emptied his clip into a room full of people, someone with a shotgun chased him.

Immediately, people forget about the 26 people that were just killed and immediately jump on the "hero with a gun" scenario.

Let's just ignore that fact that 100% of people that commit this type of crime fully expect to die. By all means, keep convincing yourselves that more guns will somehow dissuade suicidal gunmen from killing people. This isn't j-walking. These guys are choosing to die. They either kill themselves or they die by "cop".

Oh wait... but it's a mental health issue....

Of course that's part of it. But y'know what? You aren't doing anything to address that either! You're passing the buck to keep filling your pockets with NRA money while 11000 people die every year.

Mental health issues have been around since the beginning of time. The US doesn't have any higher proportion of "crazy" people that anywhere else in the world. The only difference is that you allow those people to have access to weapons that are designed to kill large numbers of human beings.

Last week, nine people were killed in New York. The next day barricades were put up to prevent vehicles from driving down the bike path. Nobody complained about freedom... They just did what common sense would suggest. Will it prevent 100% of terrorist attacks? Nope. But it severely decreases the chance of that type of attack happening again in that locale. If the person that attacked that church was Muslim you can be sure that Trump would have been calling for stricter immigration regulations. Nobody would have been sitting back saying "don't politicize this horrific event!"

The fact that incidents like this only deepen the divide between financial based ideology and common sense shows just how far the American political system has sunk into monetary dependency.


Topic Women and doors
Posted 07 Nov 2017 11:47

Yes, I have had a woman offer to hold the door for me. But I simply tell them that it isn't right and I was raised better than that and I take the door to allow them to go in first. Haven't had one yet refuse me!

She probably told her friends and husband that some weird nerd took the door from her and tipped his fedora as he watched her walk in.

Topic Tragedy in Texas ~ Mass Shooting at Southerland Springs Church
Posted 06 Nov 2017 18:51

My luck I'd get charged for stealing the kid's stick. No thank you. This guy doesn't raise other people's kids. Some parents actually take exception to that. You want to take the kid's stick away? Be my guest!

BTW, i think if you look back, I've given you several answers to your question(s). You don't like the answers? Sometimes life is like that! i didn't much care for the questions either! But I'm not going to whine in public over it.

Rest your brain now bud, it's apparent that you brought a dull knife to a gun fight.

Topic Tragedy in Texas ~ Mass Shooting at Southerland Springs Church
Posted 06 Nov 2017 18:39

Wouldn't be my kids. I'm not saying I don't think my kids would do stuff like that, I'm saying both of them are now young adults, they both went through 12 years of grade schooling plus K and pre-K, and I went to exactly 0 meetings with school staff over disciplinary problems. So I can safely say they didn't do stuff like that. Maybe they're both just really good kids. Maybe I'm just a really good parent. (pffffffft!)

Maybe you just know that the answer is that you take the stick away. Your refusal to answer the question is enough to prove how ridiculous your way of thinking is, even to yourself. Thanks for trying though bud.

Topic Tragedy in Texas ~ Mass Shooting at Southerland Springs Church
Posted 06 Nov 2017 18:36

Thank you!

Actually he was competing in the "debate in bad faith" division and declared himself the winner. I'm not sure what he won. I certainly don't feel like I lost anything.

Actually only part of my answer was ridiculous. Part of it was fact. You get to figure out which part.

I win the internet you fool.

Topic Tragedy in Texas ~ Mass Shooting at Southerland Springs Church
Posted 06 Nov 2017 18:17

Nope, therapy! Like in many activities, dance, billiards, bowling, take your pick, you cannot do really well unless you push everything else out of your mind and focus. After putting a hundred rounds "into the black" at long range, I'm usually relaxed enough to let a lot of stuff, like DamonX's ridiculous attempts to be insulting, slide and not give them or him a second thought. You should try it. I'm not saying you should take up target shooting. Maybe pocket billiards would be more your style.

Did you hear about the ballet slipper massacre of 95? The one where a ballerina murdered 17 audience members using only her slipper during the climax of Swan Lake?

Yeah me neither.

I got another question for you... so bombs are also inanimate objects right? Like, bombs don't kill people, people kill people and all that. So like what is your stance on people using bomb building and detonation as a form of therapy?

Topic Tragedy in Texas ~ Mass Shooting at Southerland Springs Church
Posted 06 Nov 2017 18:09

Let the freaking school staff handle it. It's what they get paid for. In the lawyer happy USA, touching another person's kid without written permission can get you jail time. Even teacher's are not allowed to hug a crying first grader.

It's a hypothetical situation... imagine that all four of the kids are yours. Or imagine that you're the staff, the yard duty.

I think you're avoiding answering a very simple question because you know it will make you look stupid at best and hypocritical at worst.

I win.

Topic Tragedy in Texas ~ Mass Shooting at Southerland Springs Church
Posted 06 Nov 2017 16:47

Actually mine are used to, as my wife says, "kill circles.",320_.jpg

So recreation?

Topic Tragedy in Texas ~ Mass Shooting at Southerland Springs Church
Posted 06 Nov 2017 16:44

I'm pretty sure I've never posted anything on children, with or without sticks.

You do understand the point though right? Like, if there were four kids on a playground and you see one of them pick up a stick and hit another over the head. What would you do? Hypothetically of course. It's just a question. What would be the best solution in that situation?

Topic Tragedy in Texas ~ Mass Shooting at Southerland Springs Church
Posted 06 Nov 2017 16:34

No! No! No!

The news reports he had a Ruger AR556:

It is semi-automatic. It looks similar to an M16 but it is neither full auto nor select fire. Josh Sugarmann would have called it an assault weapon.

Because the USAF opted to give him a bad conduct discharge instead of a dishonorable discharge, he wasn't entered into the NICS database. If you want that requirement changed, write your Senators and Congressperson.

Besides killing a lot humans efficiently and quickly what is that specific gun's intended purpose? Like what is that gun supposed to be used for?

Topic Tragedy in Texas ~ Mass Shooting at Southerland Springs Church
Posted 06 Nov 2017 16:32

“¡Pobre México, tan lejos de Dios y tan cerca de Estados Unidos!” (Poor Mexico, so far from God and so close to the United States!)” -- Porfirio Diaz, seven term president of Mexico.

So when does Mexico get to grow up and stop blaming it's problems on others? It was settled by the Spanish long before the rest of North America was settled by the British, French or Dutch. Does Canada use a crutch and call itself a "developing country"? I don't think so!

If it's such a wonderful peaceful country, perhaps you'd like to live there?

When does America get to grow up and stop blaming all their problems on mental health?

Seax... You are such a moron for real. According to seax if you see one child on the playground hit another child over the head with a stick, the solution is to give all the children sticks to prevent any of them from hitting each other with sticks.

Man I just don't understand how to stop these kids from hitting each other with sticks... I've tried everything but eventually one of the crazy kids hits another with a stick. Maybe if I give them all bats it will solve the problem.


Topic Tragedy in Texas ~ Mass Shooting at Southerland Springs Church
Posted 06 Nov 2017 14:52

the USA has a huge problem.

What we have is a real big fearful idiot problem. That's what it comes down to really. Stupid people who are scared. The guns give them a false sense of security and unfortunately they are too stupid to keep them from being stolen and they're too stupid to vote for leaders who will put in place sensible gun control because they fear they might not pass the requirements to own the really cool ones. We have to jump through more hoops to own a car and acquire a license to drive it than we do an assault rifle. It's not madness, it's stupidity.

Topic Tragedy in Texas ~ Mass Shooting at Southerland Springs Church
Posted 06 Nov 2017 14:42

You forgot to mention that the Zeta's started out as Mexican special forces and were trained at Fort Benning.

Actually the Obama Administration claimed that 90% of crime guns traced back to American gun shops. After walking that back several times it became clear that 90% of firearms submitted for tracing came from America. The percentage of those successfully traced that were actually supplied to the Mexican military and police but diverted to criminal use was apparently too hot to make public. Note that the Mexican police and Mexican army routinely get into gunfights, with each other, because they've both contracted with different cartels to provide security. Notice that if you see a cartel figure under guard in handcuffs, their guards wear uniforms that say "MARINA". They're Mexican Naval infantry, the only force in the country that seems to be immune to the offer of "Oro o Plomo".

Having been caught fudging the numbers, the Obama administration needed to pump up the numbers, and both we and the Mexican people got "Fast and Furious."

ATF management continues to deny that Fast and Furious was designed to pump up the numbers, but field agents actually involved in the operation say it was. Note that no official attempt was ever made to track the weapons sold to Sinaloa operatives, and field agents who objected were told to stand down. But thanks for your input!

So what... That doesn't change that the heavy supply of guns makes it easier to kill people. Your argument is that more guns makes people safer... It doesn't. Are you saying that if all the Mexican citizens had guns too that it would be safer? It wouldn't be. And it doesn't change the fact that Mexican Cartels have more money than they can spend. They can afford to pay off anyone. Even American officials. You argue that Mexicans have a violent society as the cause of gun violence in Mexico but that's not the case. Cartels in Mexico are violent, not the people. And those cartels are violent because of all the money that Americans funnel to them. You will not read a story about a lone gunmen killing two dozen People at once in a town of less than 1,000 in Mexico. You just won't. The Cartel violence, for lack of a better word isn't senseless or random. It's a well calculated business move. The cause of it is very obvious.

Topic Tragedy in Texas ~ Mass Shooting at Southerland Springs Church
Posted 06 Nov 2017 14:09

"I wonder why Wyatt Earp insisted on taking all the guns away from everyone in tombstone."

Do you even realized that you just made an argument against your own stance? Fugly

I think he's shooting his arguments from the hip..

Topic Tragedy in Texas ~ Mass Shooting at Southerland Springs Church
Posted 06 Nov 2017 14:08

The murder rate in Tombstone AZ was actually pretty low for the time period. You want high murder rates? Try New York City in the 1890's Higher than anyplace out west despite having some pretty draconian gun laws of its own. Nice try though.

Was that before or after the Earps took the guns away? You didn't really answer the question.

Topic Tragedy in Texas ~ Mass Shooting at Southerland Springs Church
Posted 06 Nov 2017 14:06

You can't just compare countries like that. Japan has strict gun laws and a low rate of firearms violence. QED? Not so fast. Japanese-Americans have the same Second Amendment rights as every other US citizen yet have even lower rates of firearms violence than their cousins in Japan. Many countries have low rates of firearms violence, low rates of violence of any kind in fact yet have high rates of firearms ownership. Many countries have very draconian gun laws and high rates of firearms violence. Mexico is one example. Violent societies have violence with guns or without. Less violent societies have less violence with guns or without. But thanks for trying.

Japan has one of the most violent histories in the world... Their media is very violent and twisted too. You can't just say it's because Japanese aren't violent. And also all those guns in Mexico come from America. So does the money that funds the cartel. It's America and their love of drugs that have created the cartels in Mexico. Cartels often trade for guns with criminals in America. And yes the guns that criminals have are also purchased legally at one point. One of the number one thing that burglars steal is guns. People having way too many guns legally is the reason the criminals have them. Guns don't just magically appear, they aren't created in garages, and most are made in America. Mexico won't ever get rid of the cartels and guns as long as the current version of America is their neighbor. It's like trying to keep dog shit of your lawn if your neighbor walks their twenty dogs in front of your house every morning.

Pretty obvious who funds the problems in Mexico.

Every cartel cash stash looks like that.

Topic Tragedy in Texas ~ Mass Shooting at Southerland Springs Church
Posted 06 Nov 2017 12:49

In the Wild West didn't everyone have pistols on them and wasn't the murder rate really high? I wonder why Wyatt Earp insisted on taking all the guns away from everyone in tombstone. I mean if everyone having a gun was keeping everyone safe... why did he insist on taking the guns away?

Topic Our perception on Lush - how we are perceived here?
Posted 06 Nov 2017 10:16

I have been described by a few Lushies as having an Alpha male petsona here, which is odd, because that's not the vibe I feel I give off (or intend to give off).

You don't, don't worry.

Topic Tragedy in Texas ~ Mass Shooting at Southerland Springs Church
Posted 06 Nov 2017 08:47

Hey guess what people are calling the person who chased the shooter down, that's right, a hero, and guess what he had with him to make that fool run like a coward, that's right a gun.

Wasn't the shooter already finished with his killing spree? Like he was already going for his vehicle. The hero citizen actually ensured that the shooter wouldn't be taken alive which would have been the best result. And what if the guy exiting the church was another citizen who tackled the shooter and was taking the gun outside with him or something? In this case maybe it was more obvious but there are a lot and I mean a lot of stupid people in America who own guns. I in no way want them making decisions like that.

Topic Tragedy in Texas ~ Mass Shooting at Southerland Springs Church
Posted 05 Nov 2017 23:46

Wait until they find out about your ties to Russia, comra... eh... buddy :-"

All I know is that some Russian chicks like getting tied up.

Topic Tragedy in Texas ~ Mass Shooting at Southerland Springs Church
Posted 05 Nov 2017 22:33

I wonder how many agents are working on solving the case of IAMLOVE being called dumb on lushstories? Probably like 6 agents at least.