Forum posts made by tazznjazz

Topic At least 18 children and 9 others dead in Connecticut school shooting. Does this change your mind ab
Posted 14 Dec 2012 15:32

In my opinion, gun control will not matter in tragic killings like this. Hear me out here; I’m not rejecting gun control, but think about it, if someone is distraught and in an unstable mind, they will find a way to get guns, whether it be to illegally obtain it or not. The news mentioned if you notice someone you know being stressed to get them help, and I agree. You never know if it's more than stress or not, or what a person is capable of in an unstable place of mind.

This shooter had a flack jacket and several weapons, just like the Colorado killer, and these things are obtainable to the average person?? It's a very complicated moral question about gun control, but Nightfox is correct in stating that the public should be more proactive in preventing these tragic events.

My heart goes out to those who have lost loved ones from yet another senseless act.

Topic Vegas Employer: Obama Won, So I Fired 22 Employees
Posted 13 Dec 2012 22:46
The CEO who wrote the email was David Siegel of Westgate resorts who had sold timeshares and overextended his company badly and when the banking industry fell, found himself unable to stay solvent when no more easy money was available. He also claimed to have elected Pres. Bush in 2000 by''illegal means'' in Florida. He and his wife are the subjects of a documentary called the Queen of Versailles, depicting his fall after the banking crisis.

Topic Petitions to secede from the United States after the election
Posted 13 Dec 2012 13:35

Topic Overrated authors?
Posted 11 Dec 2012 20:44

Sprite's overrated. evil4
Oh, you didn't!

Topic Overrated authors?
Posted 11 Dec 2012 20:23

Scott Turow, James Patterson.

Topic Petitions to secede from the United States after the election
Posted 11 Dec 2012 17:05 killed.jpg

Topic Regulating Circumcision
Posted 09 Dec 2012 23:37

I may be wrong, but isn't male circumcision as a non-religious practice about cleanliness?

The practice on females is harmful and barbaric as described above!crybaby

Topic Royal Nurse Commits Suicide After Prank Radio Call
Posted 09 Dec 2012 17:50

I've not heard anyone have much compassion for the D.J.'s who reportedly are devastated that their prank went so far astray. While the prank was in very bad taste, they now have to live with the burden of guilt for the rest their lives over a joke that certainly wasn't meant to have such a tragic outcome.

The families and loved ones left behind also have my deepest sympathy.

Topic Second Amendment
Posted 09 Dec 2012 17:29 killed 0022.jpg

This is heartbreaking and so unnecessary crybaby

Topic Second Amendment
Posted 08 Dec 2012 16:21

You should get together with menarealwaysignored. The two of you have a lot in common. It could be a "Brokeback Mountain" thing because clearly neither of you likes women very much. :-"

Brokeback mountain was the first thing I thought of when I saw his AVd'oh!

Posted 07 Dec 2012 23:42
Happpppyyyy birthday{}{}

Topic Should creationism be taught in schools?
Posted 05 Dec 2012 12:26

All religion's belief's should be taught so that tolerance and understanding of world wide beliefs are better understood, but It should be an elective class.

Topic A Man Is Pushed on The Subway Track...
Posted 05 Dec 2012 12:00

There were witnesses to this? It looks like a posed photo from a disreputable tabloid, but if it really happened it's shameful that no one tried to help.

I'd be trying to climb out as opposed to staring at the train like a trapped deer.dontknow

Topic Second Amendment
Posted 04 Dec 2012 20:53

I'm curious about why these all have different dates, and why the us has a 2-3 year period while the rest are only about 1 (except Switzerland).

And here are some interesting graphs for you too look at:

The site you posted is one of those pro-gun sites that don't take an objective view and a case in point to the above MrnudiePants post.

Topic Describe yourself in one word
Posted 02 Dec 2012 17:05


Topic Palestinia becoming a non-member observer state in the UN
Posted 01 Dec 2012 07:59

Even though I love to argue, I must admit that I'm not versed enough to debate either side of this topic. I know the basics and that's really about it. Call me a lazy American if you like, but I can't offer anything valid to this discussion.

However, I can read and comprehend what's being said. Flytoomuch, you seem to have a very firm grasp on what's going on. Maybe a bit dogmatic, but you seem well read and experienced on this. But whenever you make comments, assumptions like the quotes above, your points lose credibility. Even a brief reading of LX's forum posts would show these statements to be totally and completely factually inaccurate. On a sex site like Lush, it's common for most members to lean a little left. Ms X's forum posts are full of pro equality for all. Women, minorities, homosexuals... everyone. She ALWAYS stands up for people who've been discriminated against.

And I know that LX isn't a FoxNews viewer, at least not a serious one. She may watch it on occassion for comedic relief. In fact, she's often railed against FoxNews. Saying LadyX is a FoxNews-o-phile is like saying Lush is a site for prudes. It just ain't true.

Making obvious and easily proven wrong characterizations about something makes the rest of your argument suspect because we can't believe you did all your homework in that either. Especially considering that many of the usual Think Tank posters know of LX's character, you may be the first person ever to call her a racist and conservative and all of those people are laughing at how ludicrous that assumption is.

You gotta know your audience.

(Sorry, X... i know you can defend yourself quite well)

I have to agree with this even though Lady X is more than capable of holding her own, to call her racist is ludicrous.

I also don't know the specific's of this debate, but do know the Jewish people have to be the most oppressed race in history since biblical times.

They are surrounded by hostile neighbors on all sides so one can't blame them for being defensive.

Are they perhaps too aggressive? yes, that is evident lately.

I don't have a side on this issue, I just hope the two sides can live in harmony after century's of unrest.

Topic Who cums more and hard Chubby girls or skinny girls
Posted 30 Nov 2012 13:13

Skinny mixed Asian girls cum hardest!dontknow

Topic Palestinia becoming a non-member observer state in the UN
Posted 30 Nov 2012 09:42

The shame here is that innocent people take the brunt of the hostilities, not who's right or wrong.

Both sides have blood on their hands and that is never right.

Topic Palestinia becoming a non-member observer state in the UN
Posted 29 Nov 2012 20:32

quoting LadyX-So, in the wake of this latest cease-fire, there will be quiet for a while, then a few rockets will get lobbed into Israel sooner or later, and Israel will retaliate, and the world will again harrumph and scold Israel for their "aggression" because political correctness has deemed that "peace" can only be accomplished by tethering Israel each time it gets attacked. It's a broken record.

This is the reality of the history between these two, it hasn't changed since 1945 ,long before Hamas was conceived.

Topic Palestinia becoming a non-member observer state in the UN
Posted 29 Nov 2012 16:58

Settling the impasse that has gone on since the nation of Israel was formed through diplomacy would certainly be a step in the right direction, another would be to oust Hamas from power, that would send a signal to the world that Palestine wants a peaceful solution, although throughout the history of these two factions they have shown no sign of wanting to be peaceful neighbors.

I read an op-ed recently that suggested that the best solution was for Palestine to join into the nation of Israel and gain a political voice through the vote.

Topic System Performance Issue
Posted 29 Nov 2012 06:35

Is there anything lush members can do to help these issues?

Topic Republicans and the "R" word
Posted 28 Nov 2012 17:31

I find people like you to be very small minded. How can someone have a view that abortion is wrong? Because it is killing a human being. That's how. Even for rape. Is it not a rational belief to think that killing an innocent victim is murder? Or to think that killing anyone is murder? Not everyone agrees with Roe v Wade. Not everyone thinks that somehow an artificial date somehow separates a life from a non-life. Some people think that even embryos are considered lives and should be given the chance to live. I don't agree, but I certainly respect their opinions.

Besides, if you made a law saying that abortion was okay only in the event of rape, wouldn't that just increase the number of women filing false claims of rape?

How about this? How is it that Liberals have such a hard time with the death penalty? I don't know of any that would support the death penalty for rape. So why does the baby have to die but the rapist gets to spend a few years in prison and then continue enjoying his life? Hell, most liberals don't even support the death penalty for murder, but they don't have a problem with abortion. To me, it's much harder to follow that logic.

By the way, I could care less about abortion. But I can definitely understand other people's points of view. When you are so narrow minded that you think your view is the only sane option, then it's likely that you are the one that is insane.[/quote

I don't think just because someones viewpoint is different from yours they are instantly either a liberal or small minded, just of a different opinion and for you to paint them as such shows a lack of tolerance to any point of view but your own.

Topic Petitions to secede from the United States after the election
Posted 27 Nov 2012 15:56

Interesting quote from Sam Houston as to Texas's worth at such an early period in it's statehood. You sure that wasn't a John Houston quote??

Nekolover, your very miss-matched trying to debate our beloved Lady X, You might consider quitting while your ahead, she has a intellect the size of Texas, and will respect your views as long as you refrain from name calling, other wise you'll find your self pounced on from more than one quarter, so play nice, please:)

Topic Second Amendment
Posted 25 Nov 2012 02:37

Anyone know the laws and stats in Mexico? I hear they love their guns there and everyone feels safe.

Topic Second Amendment
Posted 24 Nov 2012 17:20

Ask Mr. James Brady what his views on gun control are. 001.jpg

Topic An Endangered Species
Posted 24 Nov 2012 08:42

i think that, at least from my observations, that the average woman is less hung up about being labled as 'not 100% straight' than the average guy and so is more open to letting the borders be a little fuzzy or more open about experimentation - yes, i believe that a lot of it has to do with being part of a culture that things girl on girl action is hot and guy on guy action is kind of icky (which is sad, cause honestly, guy on guy action it totally hot, imo!) and also, i think it has to do with women being a little more open with each other then guys are - i mean, if we hold hands or hug or kiss it's socially acceptable, while not so much wht men and that makes us feel a little more comfortable about taking the next step, i'd guess. not sure if this adds anything to the discussion, but i think it reinforces it a bit.

also, sadly, a lot of men sort of give us a shove in that direction - if i'm in a room full of girls and guys, and the guys seem dead set about making me feel uncomfortable, damn right i'm going to be walking out the door with a pretty girl who makes me feel comfy. sorry guys, and trust me, this isn't aimed at all of you, but the ones who can't seem to get it through their head that they should try to treat us girls like people instead of pieces of meat are the ones causing a lot of your woes.

I so totally agree with Sprite, her last paragraph says it all.

Topic Second Amendment
Posted 24 Nov 2012 08:25

Hey Sprite. First and foremost you take away the guns from law abiding citizens and only criminals will have guns. 2. England and Australia did exactly that and the violent crime rate in both countries went up! England's by 300%. 3. to both your questions about pistols and automatic weapons refer to 1 and 2 and on top of that if you knew your history you would know that anytime in history any government has taken away the peoples right to bear weapons then the people became subservient to the government and no longer had any rights. Only a liberal Democrat can't understand that because they WANT to be controlled from birth to death by the Government and collect welfare and food stamps and suck off the system and believe they have a right to what I work my ass off for while they sat at home having more kids to get more of my tax dollars. You don't like our Constitution or bill of rights? then go somewhere else. I don't expect you to understand this. Only a real American would. Oh and BTW. Your wrong about the murder rate being up in places where there are more LEGAL guns. Its lower because the criminals don't know who's packing and who's not.I've seen what bullets can do. I've had a weapon pointed at me. I've been shot at. And I've shot at others. And I've killed. Im a Marine Corps Veteran and I have my weapons to protect my family and home. I'll tell you what. You put a sign in front of you house that says "This home protected by non gun-owner " and Ill put one in front of mine that says "This Home protected by a Gun Owner" and lets see who gets broken into first. Opps, wait, I already have that sign. Do you???

My premise that only military personal should be allowed firearms has been dashed if Mas posting as to his service in the military is to be believed.

I came to this second amendment reading assuming men and woman who have seen the face of war are the least likely to use a weapon in anything but the most dire need.

I'd not want to be his neighbor, knocking on his door to borrow a cup of sugar on one of his bad days, mistaken as a home invader and given a display of his particular brand of patriotism from his arsenal of assault weaponry.

Topic Second Amendment
Posted 23 Nov 2012 18:41

You'll notice, Tazz, that there is a country on your list where every man is required to have a gun. I recently spoke to a citizen of Switzerland and he told me that they are not only required to have one but are required to know how to use it. A large part of the problem is that it's easy to get a gun, but so many people are against training to use one. When I was younger there were rifle clubs in high schools to do just that. That's no longer polittically correct. Unfortunately, the thugs use the spray and pray technique in their gang wars, and the children pay.

And I believe it's true every male, possibly female as well these days in Switzerland is required to serve in the military,which brings us back the original point of this thread.

Topic Second Amendment
Posted 23 Nov 2012 14:18 (2).png

In 1776 guns where a tool of survival, needed to protect and feed families, today they are not used in the same fashion, but to maim and destroy.

I very much doubt the framers had in mind a citizenry armed to harm each other as we do in this country.

Topic For you that voted for Obama...
Posted 23 Nov 2012 13:02

I have to agree with Buz and others that govt. congressmen and women and all elected officials should play by the same rules as those they govern, not vote themselves pay raises and be insured the same as those they represent.

The OP's implication that this is exclusive to the president and his family is childish sour grapes as Mitt Romney's family would be insured just the same had he won, and members of both parties voted themselves and enjoy these unfair benefits.