Forum posts made by magical_felix

Topic The Devil's Undertones - The Novel - is on sale this week!
Posted 10 Apr 2015 15:09



Thanks, Felix

You're welcome Metilda. Let me know how your site is working out for you sometime.

Topic Road Head
Posted 10 Apr 2015 14:33

It does sound like fun...

but it still goes down on the list of things not to do when you're driving - with texting, bloody "selfies" and phone calls.

I'm all for people endangering themselves (and I know it's rare something does happen but the possibility is still there) but as soon as you're putting others at risk it stops being so entertaining, for me at least.

Well, like I mean the giver isn't the one driving. You'd be surprised how focused the senses get when you're a receiver. Like your brain goes into remembering this moment mode. It's like spidey-senses but for blowjobs. Blowey-sense.

Topic Best thing to do in Vegas?
Posted 10 Apr 2015 14:29

I will be in Vegas for a few days and looking to find the best "entertainment" in town....

I just realized what you were asking omg... Ask the concierge. A male one. They'll break it down for you. You've probably already come and gone. Hope you aren't on a med regimen as I type this.

Topic The Gun Control Debate Thread.
Posted 10 Apr 2015 09:51



Angry? Gee, with Felix resorting to his utterly BS tactics on every thread and the band wagon chiming in to cheer him on as he labels me (you liberals don't LIKE labels...remember, unless of course YOU'RE the ones APPLYING the derogatory labels...then it's perfectly alright... to quote your own words back to you...hypocrite much? ) as a head case after pissing me off with his constant derogatory crap (to the cheers and applause from the peanut gallery he plays too).



I'm most surprised that a site like lush isn't blocked at your mental institution. Do you guys get to browse the Internet freely or did someone smuggle in an iPad for you or something?

Topic Best thing to do in Vegas?
Posted 10 Apr 2015 08:47

No Vegas trip is complete to me without doing these following things.

1. Stay somewhere decent. Going back to a shitty ass room after a fun night is lame.

2. If you're with someone who's never been, walk around the strip so they can get that out of their system. A big stupid drink makes this more enjoyable if you've already done it a million times.

3. Take pictures when you're drunk.

4. Go to nightclubs. Marquee is my personal favorite.

5. Eat at lotus of Siam. It's some of the best food I've ever had. Only thing off the strip I really do.

6. Eat at mon ami gambi, on the patio, facing the fountains of bellagio.

7. Strip clubs are fun, the rules in Vegas are very lax. Want to watch your girlfriend feel up and get felt up by a hot naked woman? Go to a strip club. I like the sapphire club. Bring plenty of cash, them hoes are hungry.

8. IF you can get out of bed before 2 pm, IF you're staying at a decent place, the pool is a great way to spend the morning. A massage or facial is also a nice morning activity.

9. Gamble. So weird to go to Vegas and not gamble at least once. If you don't have enough money to gamble, then you probably don't have enough money to go to Vegas in the first place. If the games are intimidating. Roulette is an easy, slow paced game, good for beginners.

10. Buy yourself and your partner something nice. New shoes, an outfit, some jewelry. Buy yourself at least one nice non souvenir item.

11. Watch a cirque du soleil show. O, zumanity, and mystere are my favorite ones.

Topic The Gun Control Debate Thread.
Posted 10 Apr 2015 07:16



No only at smart assed individuals who flounce around insulting others out of their own ignorance and then insist upon being treated with dignity and respect themselves...you know ... HYPOCRITES. you'll find one in your mirror every morning. (The funnier part being I even offered you a chance to extract your feet from your big yap and all you did was open wider!

No politician is ever trustworthy... Yet the military goes to war when a politician decides to. You went to war because a politician decided you should.

How deluded can you get sign5

Topic Ever fallen in love with someone you can't have?
Posted 09 Apr 2015 20:01



Sometimes, when you're at work, I like to lay my head on your pillow and imagine that it's your bare chest. Then I pee on it to mark my territory.

It must be just a quick spritz because I honestly don't notice it. Unexplained blonde hairs have gotten me in a jam once or twice but nothing I can't wiggle out of.

Topic Ever fallen in love with someone you can't have?
Posted 09 Apr 2015 19:49



Good. It'll make it easier for me to sneak in and sniff your underwear when you're asleep.

I do my laundry everyday so I think I'm safe there. I do usually sleep with just sheets though. If you're extra careful, the possibilities are endless. Just don't let me catch you, restraining orders are an ugly ordeal.

Topic Ever fallen in love with someone you can't have?
Posted 09 Apr 2015 19:44

Scarlet Johanson comes to mind. crybaby

I'm glad you're finally over me as well. I can finally sleep with my bedroom door unlocked and window open.

Topic The Gun Control Debate Thread.
Posted 09 Apr 2015 17:56

Bambi


That's not funny. That shit was traumatizing.

Topic The Gun Control Debate Thread.
Posted 09 Apr 2015 17:50



And I was trying to illustrate a point that you are wrong when you say that no one wants to ban guns.

The problem is that there are plenty of people who would do it in a second if they could.

Okay I'm wrong about that. Can you tell me the most powerful, influential person or group trying to ban all guns and how close they are to doing so?

Topic The Gun Control Debate Thread.
Posted 09 Apr 2015 17:45



That has nothing to do with what we are talking about. You stated that no one wanted to ban guns. Yes, there are people in the US who do want to ban guns.

Okay but I was trying to illustrate a point by comparing it to something equally ridiculous that wouldn't be taken seriously by the majority of Americans.

Topic The Gun Control Debate Thread.
Posted 09 Apr 2015 17:37



Stupid or not, there are people in the US who want to ban all guns.

There are people in the U.S. like nambla who want to abolish the age of consent for sexual activity. Would you take them seriously or consider it an actual threat to the current age of consent laws?

Topic The Gun Control Debate Thread.
Posted 09 Apr 2015 17:30



That is exactly all I'm asking for - no more, no less. apparently, tho, the moment i mention the words 'gun control', everyone starts screaming that i want to kick their front doors in,take all their guns, and put them in work camps. the problem with this subject, is that no one wants to listen to reason - they simply hear what they expect to hear and then start spouting every single slogan they've heard on FOX or from the NRA. *

Fully automatic weapons are already illegal.

Topic The Gun Control Debate Thread.
Posted 09 Apr 2015 17:26



The title for this thread is "Just take away the guns, do it now". What else is someone suppose to think it means besides gun confiscation?

Yeah I mentioned it earlier. I hate the title of the thread. The real gun debate thread was deleted and this one was made by someone trying to wind people up. It since then has become the de facto gun debate thread. Unfortunately the title turns it into a black and white issue. A silly one since yeah, it's stupid to propose a complete gun ban in a country like America.

Topic Would you sell yourself?
Posted 09 Apr 2015 17:16



Comfy class only. I do like to lower the tone when flying!

Damn, I thought I was talking to a rookie... Sounds like you run a hard bargain. Must be worth it ;). First class it is.

Topic The Gun Control Debate Thread.
Posted 09 Apr 2015 17:06



How does that change what he stated about gun control?

His quote is sorta irrelevant since total gun confiscation was never proposed. His other quotes demenstrate the type of extreme views a person like he has. Pretty uninformed and alarmist.

Topic The Gun Control Debate Thread.
Posted 09 Apr 2015 17:02



1. I never said one word against having proper documentation and gun safety training. In fact, I'm pretty sure I encouraged it, especially in school teachers. Responsible gun owners don't have a problem with this. The problem is the government is trying to ban all guns, even from law abiding citizens who have no criminal record. Trying to make all gun owners out to be unstable lunatics is a control tactic. Forcing doctors to ask if patients have a gun in their home does not have anything to do with what a doctor needs to know to treat a patient medically. Yet doctors now have to put "Do you own a firearm?" on patient forms because the government told them to. Why? A control tactic.

If the government wants us to swallow the idea that law abiding citizens with guns are all dangerous, and guns should be banned for public safety reasons, they should start with their bodyguards guns, and give up their own personal weapons. If the government really believed what they are spouting, they should be willing to lead by example. Until they are willing to follow the same laws they are forcing on people, they have no business demanding that the rest of us give up our guns. Having a certain job title, and a fancy suite or a badge or uniform, doesn't give anyone more right to protect themselves than any other person. The Constitutional right to own a firearm was meant to be for ALL the people, not just a select few. The attack on guns is an attack on our basic human rights. Anyone with common sense can see that.

2. Japan, England and Australia still have crime. Japan, in particular, has a long history of using weapons other than guns. Criminals in those country's still have guns, and people are still killing, but now the average citizen can't do anything to defend themselves. Anyone who thinks this is acceptable is an idoit. I can't help but wonder how long it will be, before the government in those counties does the same thing as Joseph Stalin, Adolf Hitler, Fidel Castro, Mao Tse-Tung, Muammar Qaddufi, Adl Amin, Pol Pot and Kim Jung II. Give it some time. It will happen.

1. Ok, yeah but you seemed to be more open to discussion so I asked you about registration. You say you aren't against proper documentation but then you say the government asking doctors to ask their patients about guns in their home is a form of control. I would think this is more informal than proper documentation. I myself haven't heard of this and my doctor hasn't asked me. I mean I understand a psychiatrist asking this question but a medical doctor, yeah that's weird. But you saying its a form of control still leaves me confused as to what your actual stance on registration is.

Also, the government was not trying to ban guns. Obama wanted to ban guns he classified as assult rifles like AR-15's. Guns you don't really need for defense. I was at a house party a couple weeks ago and we were all drunk having a good time and my friend pulls out his AR to show it off. He lives in a condo. Of course the girls were nervous. I was like yeah cool, awesome. Held it but tried to get him to put it away as soon as possible. All he did to get it was pay his money. It would be very easy to steal it from him. It's those types of weapons that are unnecessary in urban environments. Hobbies shouldn't outweigh commen sense. I hate using the word should or shouldn't but those types of weapons are not for self defense. Not sure why people think banning one thing will lead to banning everything. Selling 99% everclear is illegal because it's just too dangerous but that doesn't mean that pretty soon we won't be able to buy a glass of wine.

2. The reasoning that crime will still exist is flawed. If that's the case why have any laws at all? There is still crime. Why make stealing illegal? People still steal, why bother? By making it illegal though it stops everyone from doing it and makes it a smaller problem than it would be if it were legal.

What you say about Japan is just false. They have 0-1 gun murders a year. Their murder rate in general is 0.3 per 100,000. That's all murders. The USA has a murder rate higher than Liberia, Cuba, Egypt at 4.7 per 100,000 which puts us on par with Niger and Latvia and just shy of Albania and Thailand's 5.0. Does that sound right to you? For a country like the US?

Australia's murder rate is 1.1 per 100,000 and the UK's is 1.0 per 100,000.

Topic Would you sell yourself?
Posted 09 Apr 2015 16:19



Oh go on then, twist my arm like! laughing9

Don't forget the spa treatments too. A smooth, pampered sugar baby is a happy sugar baby. Get your passport in order and let me know when to get you on a plane.

Topic The Gun Control Debate Thread.
Posted 09 Apr 2015 13:22


I once had to pull out a .45 to protect myself from someone trying to break into my new home. Our phone wasn't hooked up yet so I couldn't call 911. I was home alone at the time. The would-be thief/rapist/murderer ran away before he could break through my door. I guess telling him the deadbolt was for his protection, and I was going to aim for his heart if he broke through my door was enough to scare him off. I felt calmer, safer and more in control of the situation with a gun in my hand. I wasn't even scared. I was pissed that some moron would be so stupid. I'm glad I didn't have to shoot him, but I wouldn't have hesitated. Criminals don't follow the laws, and people will always have the basic human right to defend themselves, no matter what any law says. Anyone who has ever had to fight for their right to keep breathing knows that in that moment laws written on pieces of paper don't matter.

Unstable people shoot up schools. Not everyone who owns a gun is a dangerous lunatic. Most of us have respect for human life. A better way to handle school shootings is to hire honorably discharged military vets coming home (who don't have PTSD). They need jobs. The job gives them a way to put a roof over their heads, and many of them would love to be able to put their skills to use protecting our nations children. This solves three major problems facing America all at once. The job crisis, homeless vets, and defenseless children spending 8 hours a day in a gun free zone, unable to defend themselves. Hiring vets is a solution that could actually work. If the government really wanted to protect school children, they would post ten vets at every school in America, but they won't ever do that.

Another solution would be to require teachers to be fire arms proficient as part of the job requirements. They can be trained in gun safety during the summer months when they aren't teaching, and keep a gun in a lock box in their desk, in case of emergency. At least then they would have a fighting chance, instead of be sitting ducks for unstable people who have not been taught to respect human life.

The government, under Obama, did a study on crime levels and gun use. The study showed that guns in the hands of responsible citizens actually reduces the crime rate in their areas, not increase it. Obama was pissed and tried to push gun control anyway. It failed. Where you have the most armed citizens in America, you have the lowest violent crime rate. Where you have the worst gun control, you have the highest crime rate. Why? Criminals are afraid of being shot on sight. An armed society is a polite society.

History tells us that every single time a government has taken weapons from it's people, bad things followed, because the people had no power to protect themselves. Gun control is not about protecting people, it's about tyranny and controlling the people. Think about it.

I agree with most of that... But what would the harm be in registering your firearms in a similar way that we register cars? There's many reasons why registering cars is important as you probably know so I won't spell it out. Having a department of firearms that works in a similar way as a DMV does not infringe on your rights to own a gun. The guns that end up in the hands of criminals don't just magically appear out of thin air. Sure, the DMV isn't perfect, cars are still stolen and cars can still be wiped clean and used for criminal activity but it sure makes it harder. It is way too easy to purchase a gun and "lose" it. We have mandatory training to drive a car but not to own a gun. It's pretty silly when you think about it.

Also if you want to use history... There have been many countries that have taken the guns out of the hands of citizens and as things did not follow. I mean look at Japan, England and Australia. Those three countries (especially Japan) have very violent histories. It's not just the culture. England is a melting pot just like the US is. Look at Japan's statistics for murder and then look at the gun murders. If taking guns away only leaves them in the hands of criminals... Well the criminals aren't using them in those countries either.

What would be so bad about having proper documented training and registrations on the guns you own? How is that unconstitutional?

Topic Would you sell yourself?
Posted 09 Apr 2015 11:46

No, I don't think so.

Are you sure girl... I'd take you to get your nails done. Keep you in a beautiful place for you to spend your days slinking around. Keep you fed. Take you on trips. Get you some nice clothes. Keep your computer and phone top of the line. Put some green paper in a nice purse I got you. You'd be like a little queen.

Just gotta give me a little sugar. That's all.

Topic The Gun Control Debate Thread.
Posted 09 Apr 2015 10:40



Then, are you saying that compared to you I'm a computer genius because I know how to use the edit function? I ask BECAUSE your original post still stands there unedited and with no additional comment to the effect that it should be disregarded so either you're a computer dunce or you're lying. Trust YOU? RIGHT! That AIN'T gonna happen!

Next, how is your long or short term memory loss my fault? My profile is once again there at the click of a button. I have NEVER ONCE said I was "a security guard in the Navy". Nor, is your lack of military knowledge and refusal to educate yourself my fault. I WAS in the US Marine Corps as an infantryman, Force Recon and later as a Brig Guard my last year in at Portsmouth, New Hampshire Naval Brig.

Yeah, you're a purely selfless bonified patriot, it shows all over your bottomline. Don't break your arm patting your big, bad brave self on the back for your unwavering devotion to your rights...and yours alone.

IF you read PSEUDO intellectual as a compliment you have proven yet another point for me...thanks.

The zodiac killer used to capatilize the ASS in words too. Like he would put christmASS instead of christmas.

Topic Anyone here who still play Age of Empire?
Posted 09 Apr 2015 09:10

Nerd alert: I wish age of empires 2 was available on a Mac. I used to play the hell out of that when I was supposed to be paying attention in school or working.

Topic The Gun Control Debate Thread.
Posted 09 Apr 2015 08:40



Yep, so in your mind, framing me as some drunken cowboy named "Big Bubba" is how we should begin this "rational debate" of which you speak. GOD I LOVE YOU LIBERALS! Hypocrites through and through, you talk a great game AFTER you've thrown your insult in my face. I'll tell ya what. I'll accept your parameters and I'll accept being "Big Bubba" IF you accept being PSMF. If NOT, back up regroup, apologize for your insult and admit that YOU are JUST AS GUILTY of being irrational as you say I (we) am (are). But, do not expect to start a rational discussion by chucking a handful of shit in my face. For some ODD reason, this human being doesn't react well too that.

A drunken cowboy named bubba actually sounds fun. You're more like a patient in a mental ward who needs to be sedated every once in a while when you start screaming about liberal hippies.

Just saying. Get your shit straight.

Topic The Gun Control Debate Thread.
Posted 09 Apr 2015 08:37

Weaver, in all respect, what does many (per se) backgrounds have to do with your ranting? The freedoms of speech did not come easy but it seems as if you take issues with a person and not the subject matter at hand. You should stand back and take adeep breath and not use the forum as a battle zone. Rationality gathers more eyes then bouncing opinions off a wall.

You talking to him about rationality while communicating is like talking to a vulture about etiquette while dining.

Topic The Gun Control Debate Thread.
Posted 09 Apr 2015 08:02

Too bad the real gun debate thread was deleted after a certain nude moderator went berserk and started flipping out on everyone. That one actually had decent debate. The very title of this thread is misleading and tends to make everything black and white when it's not the case at all.

Topic The Gun Control Debate Thread.
Posted 09 Apr 2015 07:46



Congratulations for making the admission...AFTER I called you out on it (SO you see pointing out the plain and simple truth as someone attacking you? Do people OFTEN attack you? Do you assume that the whole world is out to get you?) As to the rest... once again you're much too busy to be bothered with something as simple as ...checking my Friends List. "What is disgusting" is YOUR FAILURE to see other human beings as being capable of something as simple as loyalty. To some of us "Semper Fidelis" is MUCH MORE than a nifty sounding motto.

https://upload.lushstories.com/2052928592-3b27a277240bb62d5cd887bdbecaa451.jpg

As to "where I get" in your amateur psych mode AGAIN... you called me delusional for no better reason than the simple FACT that you don't have any military experience and I do and I therefor had to explain AT LENGTH so as to get the simple truth of my previous post through to that superior intellect you seem to think you're possessed of. My brain didn't "implode" but yours seems to still be stuck in your leftist "Never Was and Never Will Be Land'.

More ASSumptions from you, no surprise there either. You do that a lot. And, lastly as to your question...THANK YOU FOR opening the door to this by asking (mods please make note HE DID ASK!) A robot? OH NO, that isn't what I think at all. What I DO think IS: that you are a pseudo intellectual, typical liberal, self impressed, arrogant, egotistical, individual who OFTEN resorts to insults when facts fail him and who feigns all manner of "concern" when your posts in other areas prove it's a sham. (A standard tactic of lousy debaters as are using phony stats from unreliable sources AND arguing the messenger rather than the message. ALL of which you do regularly.)

Aside to adagio... Sir If you want debate then do so, but DO NOT expect to make patently false ascertions and not expect them to be brushed aside as little more than noise. NOR, does debate BEGIN by calling all who might disagree with YOU "Big Bubba" etc. In short, don't ask for much less EXPECT that which you yourself have proven unwilling to GIVE! (I believe the word is... RESPECT.

Oh and Sprite... my attitude just MIGHT be predicated upon the attitudes of some of those individuals I've been dealing with in the course of this "discussion." As to the want it all. news flash, according to the Constitution and Bill of Rights...WE HAVE IT ALL. The problem seems to stem from the inability of those on your side to wrap your minds around that simple fact. And, YES, it IS about liberty; all too much of which my fellow Americans have stood idly by and watched be flushed down the toilet of their fears (Think 911 and the so called "Patriot Act"). So many of us are digging our heels in very deep. Especially having SEEN what can and does happen when those liberties all too many of you take for granted disappear.
And, Buz THANK YOU for voicing one of my own pet peeves! I too AM adamant about gun safety at all times!



Actually no. It wasn't because you pointed it out. Several hours earlier I was talking to her about it. I was never even going to mention it but you did and it seemed the right thing to do, to eat crow. But trust me, it wasn't because of anything you did lol.

As for the rest of your mumbo jumbo there.

1. Why do you keep bringing up the fact that you were in the military? You once said you were a security gaurd in the navy, then you said you were a ranger now you're saying you were a marine... Sorry if I don't follow... You also state how I'll never be... Yeah, thank god... I wouldn't want to go fight some rich man's war I don't believe in. Congrats on that (if it's true) can't imagine any military I know going on about it like you do... Just weird. Some of us do more to help this country than take some orders and swab a few decks. You fought in some war in Vietnam... How that helps this country more than people like me who create jobs directly and indirectly for over 100 people is beyond me.

2. You keep saying that I think I'm so intellectual and smart. Nowhere am I saying that. If I come off as intellectual and smart to you then I don't know what to say to that. You certainly don't come off as intelligent to me. You come off as pretty mentally unstable. But yeah, thank you for the compliment?

3. Asking you if you think I'm a robot was a reference to one flew over the cuckoo's nest. Where the character of chief is paranoid of everyone and thinks they are all robots. I was mocking you.

Topic Finland Educational System. Crazy Brilliant or just Crazy?
Posted 08 Apr 2015 21:23

I think it's a great idea. It sounds kinda like how you learn when you're on the job. Your boss doesn't sit you down and teach you subject by subject. You learn things as you go along. Like how the overall subject is the European union but you learn languages, economics, history etc as it comes up in the discussion. That seems like the way we actually learn things in our lives outside of school. How we learn real things we will actually apply to our lives and careers.

I went to a high school that was somewhere in between this and the old way of going subject to subject. It was a project based curriculum. I think it prepared me much better for the real world because that is what a job is like. You have a project or a task and that's what you're pretty much doing the whole time. Learning different things along the way to get your project done.

Topic Guys, have you ever paid a woman for sex?
Posted 08 Apr 2015 20:41

God, have I ever... Oh how I've paid.

http://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/archive/6018090/images/1253989882237.jpg

Topic The Gun Control Debate Thread.
Posted 08 Apr 2015 17:52



I tried to beat a man to death with a map once. talk about ineffective!

killing soldiers in a war is one thing. killing civilians is another. my arguements the entire time have been that CIVILIANS should NOT BE CARRYING AROUND GUNS just because it gives them some sort of hard on to do so. just as a solider with out a gun is pretty stupid, so is a civilian with one.

oh, btw, Okinawa? WW2 was over in 45. how that battle has any bearing on a citizen's right to carry a gun is beyond me - unless you're going to start suggesting we be allowed to carry flame throwers as well. and, since we're on the subject, you might actually be surprised about my knowledge of things historical even when it comes to warfare. don't dismiss me because i'm a girl. i've watched Private Benjamin as well - always loved Goldie Hawn. Also, doesn't hurt that i actually know guys who've done tours - funny thing when you grow up in a black hood - one of the ways out is to join the military, so yeah, i know a few. been to a few funerals, too. in my book, that makes me an expert on modern warfare, well, soon as i get my tank license, that is. :)

private benjamin