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>> No. 13807 Anonymous
31st October 2017
Tuesday 12:12 am
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http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5032809/Kevin-Spacey-s-father-Nazi-child-rapist-brother-says.html


>EXCLUSIVE: Kevin Spacey's father was 'Nazi child rapist' who hated Jews and sexually abused his own son for years - and their mother knew, claims actor's brother

I don't... even know... where to begin...
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>> No. 13808 Anonymous
31st October 2017
Tuesday 1:47 am
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>>13807
You could start with the domain part of the URL.
>> No. 13809 Anonymous
31st October 2017
Tuesday 12:07 pm
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I rewatched American Beauty about a week ago and was wondering what I found quite so creepy about Kevin Spacey. The father of Ricky Fitts had a Nazi plate too.
>> No. 13810 Anonymous
31st October 2017
Tuesday 12:54 pm
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>>13809

Kevin Spacey did have a penchant for playing creepy guys in those days. Just think of the movie "Se7en".

I rewatched American Beauty too recently. And I have to say Mena Suvari was absolutely smoking hot in it. You couldn't quite blame a middle-aged man for spaffing to her. And besides, she was really already nineteen at the time.
>> No. 13811 Anonymous
31st October 2017
Tuesday 1:31 pm
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>>13810

That's why I didn't think his creepiness stemmed from the subject matter. Actors who played Humbert Humbert didn't seem unduly creepy.
>> No. 13812 Anonymous
31st October 2017
Tuesday 2:05 pm
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It's to try and deflect attention away from accusations by the likes of Anthony Rapp, Heather Unruh and people who worked at the Old Vic theatre about him.

As a bisexual man, a gay man targeting underage teenagers is hardly surprising; it happened to me all the time. They're deviants.
>> No. 13813 Anonymous
31st October 2017
Tuesday 3:17 pm
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>>13811

Maybe Kevin Spacey was able to play wronguns so convincingly because in real life he was partial to 14-year-old boys, as the news will have you believe at the moment.

What a fucking waste though. If you had put me in a scene with Mena Suvari where she was nude in a bathtub with rose petals, I would have jumped right in and fucked her brains out till my knob fell off.

It might be worth noting that I had kind of an obsession with Mena Suvari back then. Whenever she was in a movie or on a talk show, I just couldn't take my eyes off her in every single scene. Everything about her just ticked all the boxes of what I wanted my dream girlfriend to be like.
>> No. 13814 Anonymous
31st October 2017
Tuesday 4:40 pm
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The way he is going about this is like the plot from a movie. It's surreal, like the real America was replaced sometime in 2015 with a simulacrum.

Thing is Kevin Spacey's predilections have been an open secret for a long time. The reason it has taken so long to come to anything is, well, it's Kevin Spacey.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2xYpx8yXLmg

>>13808
Come off it, lad.
>> No. 13815 Anonymous
31st October 2017
Tuesday 4:59 pm
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>>13814
>Thing is Kevin Spacey's predilections have been an open secret for a long time. The reason it has taken so long to come to anything is, well, it's Kevin Spacey.

I guess it's that whole thing about being from a different generation and what-have-you. Nowadays, being a gay actor almost gives you a certain distinction.

On the other hand, why shouldn't you have the right to keep your sexuality private. Ideally, that sexuality then won't be geared towards adolescent boys, but oh well.

We'll have to see how this all develops. Maybe he isn't just "a gay man" as he calls himself as of late now, but indeed a paedo who fancies 14-year-old boys. Then again, I think I read about him a while ago that he was seen on a beach in California sitting under a palm tree, hand in hand with a distinctly 20something lad who was known to be gay.
>> No. 13816 Anonymous
31st October 2017
Tuesday 5:01 pm
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I always respected Spacey for refusing to tell people shit that was none of their business. I don't know about this stuff.
I never felt the same about Travolta, though.
>> No. 13817 Anonymous
31st October 2017
Tuesday 5:31 pm
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>>13816
>I always respected Spacey for refusing to tell people shit that was none of their business. I don't know about this stuff.

Yeah it always struck me as quite classy. I'm interested in the performance, art exists separate from the artist just like I can watch Chinatown despite it being a Polanski film.
>> No. 13818 Anonymous
31st October 2017
Tuesday 5:45 pm
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>>13816
>I never felt the same about Travolta, though.

John Travolta is so deep in the closet, he's having adventures in Narnia.

That said, it is still his own business, and it's not for anybody to judge him.
>> No. 13819 Anonymous
31st October 2017
Tuesday 5:49 pm
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>>13818
This. Don't judge Travolta for his sexuality. Judge him for being shit.
>> No. 13820 Anonymous
31st October 2017
Tuesday 5:53 pm
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>>13818
I think maybe I'm judging him for being in the closet seemingly even to himself, rather than just telling nosey reporters to fuck off.
>> No. 13821 Anonymous
31st October 2017
Tuesday 6:18 pm
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>>13814
>Thing is Kevin Spacey's predilections have been an open secret for a long time

Yeah, everybody was talking about it! There was that joke in Family Guy, and... er...
>> No. 13822 Anonymous
31st October 2017
Tuesday 6:23 pm
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>>13821
You're allowed to admit you just plain weren't aware of some pointless Hollywood gossip that was of no importance for years, you don't have to act like it never happened in the first place.
>> No. 13823 Anonymous
31st October 2017
Tuesday 6:48 pm
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>>13820

Some gay activists in the past believed that for the greater good, closet gays should be outed by anybody who knew about their homosexuality, even against their will. The denial of - founded - claims that somebody was gay was seen as playing into the hands of those who wanted to keep homosexuality illegal. By publicly denying your homosexuality, you were helping those who wanted to shut the gay movement up.

It goes back to that whole idea in the 70s that "the personal is political". It was believed that gay rights, as well as women's rights, for that matter, could only be won if an individual's personal sexuality was out in the open and made subject to political debate. It's not dissimilar to the school of thought which saw radical feminists pretend to be lesbian as a statement against patriarchy.
>> No. 13824 Anonymous
31st October 2017
Tuesday 6:56 pm
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>>13821

https://www.datalounge.com/thread/10510884-kevin-spacey
>> No. 13825 Anonymous
31st October 2017
Tuesday 7:30 pm
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>>13823
That's not very nice, but it seems a bit daft to keep up the pretence long past the point anybody's being fooled.
>> No. 13826 Anonymous
31st October 2017
Tuesday 7:41 pm
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>>13825

Outing by activists was mainly aimed at public hypocrites - politicians who had voted against gay rights, people who had made anti-gay comments etc.
>> No. 13827 Anonymous
31st October 2017
Tuesday 7:48 pm
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>>13825

>but it seems a bit daft to keep up the pretence long past the point anybody's being fooled.

What if somebody really doesn't know themselves? Maybe somebody is just deeply unsure about their own sexuality. Maybe they even actually had sexual contact with another man, but it wasn't what they had hoped, and now they're back at square one in figuring out if they really are straight, gay, or bisexual, or anything in between.

Women are given that kind of leeway in experimenting with other women, so why shouldn't men have the same right, without being pressured to go public about their true sexuality.
>> No. 13828 Anonymous
31st October 2017
Tuesday 7:50 pm
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>>13824
>Reply 8
>Back in the late 90s a straight male friend of mine thats a film maker met him at some industry event in NYC. He got talking to him, thought he was really cool and all. They left the party and hit some bars and got amazingly drunk. My friend thought it would be easier if they crashed at his family's place nearby rather go back home. He woke up in the middle of the night to a terrible ruckus. Seems his new "friend" sneaked into the bedroom of his 14 year old brother and was trying to remove his pants. Little bro woke up and clocked him right the face. Spacey ran out of the place. Prior to all this, when the two were drinking, he learned that Spacey was due to attend another event the next night that my friend was also invited to. Spacey was a no show the next night.

Could this be the incident a lot of the fuss is about?
>> No. 13829 Anonymous
31st October 2017
Tuesday 7:51 pm
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>>13826

>Outing by activists was mainly aimed at public hypocrites - politicians who had voted against gay rights, people who had made anti-gay comments etc.

Really? My perception is that at least at some point, people were outed indiscriminately.
>> No. 13830 Anonymous
31st October 2017
Tuesday 7:51 pm
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>>13827
If you haven't come to terms with what you are or even with the fact that you could be, but aren't totally sure, so not needing to be litigious about it by the time you're 40 then I don't feel guilty for thinking you're a silly person.
>> No. 13831 Anonymous
31st October 2017
Tuesday 7:55 pm
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>>13829
Some people were still doing it fairly recently.

*ahem*nickdenton*cough*
>> No. 13832 Anonymous
31st October 2017
Tuesday 7:59 pm
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>>13830

There are enough people who only come out gay in middle age, often after decades of being a married man.

>>13828
>Could this be the incident a lot of the fuss is about?

No, I think the incident in question was in the 80s, and the victim is now 46 if I read correctly. Some Star Trek actor of some description, I don't know.

I am beginning to think that Kevin Spacey's sexuality is a lot darker than he lets on now even after outing himself as "a gay man". Maybe his real interest is actually in adolescent boys, and he is only using the label "gay man" to preempt further investigation into his sex life.

Even a man of his status, in an industry, no less, that is full of well-adjusted, well-established and well-liked gay personalities of both genders, should have no trouble nowadays to go public about a sexual interest in adult men.

Maybe the actual truth is that he is just a common paedo.
>> No. 13833 Anonymous
31st October 2017
Tuesday 8:07 pm
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>>13832
And they're a little silly, but not coming out as gay when you've entered into a relationship and feel the need to not come out while you're raising your children for the sake of the stability of the marriage or whatnot is leagues less silly than suing people for saying you're gay when you're John Travolta.
>> No. 13834 Anonymous
31st October 2017
Tuesday 8:33 pm
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>>13829

Tabloid journalists have no such qualms.
>> No. 13835 Anonymous
31st October 2017
Tuesday 8:44 pm
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>>13834
> Tabloid journalists have no such qualms.

It seems not, no.


>>13833
> suing people for saying you're gay

Yes ok, that is beyond silly nowadays. You can kind of understand how that would have been different in previous decades, when homosexuality wasn't as normalised as it is today. In the military, for example, gays weren't mainly unwelcome because the Ministry of Defence might have been worried that they could be doing each other up the arse in the barracks after lights out. But it was felt that being (closet) gay opened you up to blackmail, and perhaps even blackmail by enemy agents or enemy forces.



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b3WczLD9RV0
>> No. 13836 Anonymous
31st October 2017
Tuesday 10:11 pm
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>>13831
Speaking of which, the cunt-in-chief has been trying to use the ongoing scandal to justify his cuntery.

https://nickdenton.org/todays-gossip-is-tomorrow-s-news-8c4536535a94
>> No. 13838 Anonymous
1st November 2017
Wednesday 12:08 am
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>>13813


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WCjt7PME5_E
>> No. 13839 Anonymous
1st November 2017
Wednesday 12:48 am
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>>13835


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bS4Sn44e104
>> No. 13913 Anonymous
9th November 2017
Thursday 6:10 pm
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http://www.slate.com/blogs/outward/2017/11/01/how_calling_kevin_spacey_a_pedophile_hurts_the_gay_community.html

>The scary thing, in the eyes of the mainstream movement, is that Spacey used his apology as an opportunity to come out, to announce that he “live[s] as a gay man.” Braiding queerness into his apology sent gay pundits into a sanctimonious tizzy. Some lambasted him for coming out to deflect attention from his abusive conduct. Gay actors George Takei and Zachary Quinto decried Spacey’s coming out as manipulative and conniving, Frank Underwood-style. Others snarkily rejected his application for membership into the LGBTQ community. Critics likewise accused Spacey of dangerously equating homosexuality with pedophilia, reinforcing one of the most damaging arguments leveled at gays and lesbians in earlier decades. The dread that Spacey’s case might revivify that tactic seems to be many gays’ greatest fear.


Whilst it's very probably not true that homosexuality and paedophilia are two sides of the same coin, I have to think back to one of my dad's friends. He was a lifelong bachelor and had had secret encounters with gay (adult) men that he only told my dad about in confidence after a bottle of red wine once. He had never been with a woman. And he was a glowing admirer of gay pop musicians years before they came out, like Elton John and Freddie Mercury. So for all intents and purposes, you would have been forgiven for calling him a gay man.

But much more disturbing was the fact that he turned out to develop a predilection for my older brother and me when we were just kids of six and ten years. He used to take tons of pictures of us (fully dressed, don't worry) when he was visiting at weekends, and it turned out much later that he had had prior legal troubles for inappropriately touching his godson.

Back all those years ago, my parents merely thought it was a bit odd that he always brought an expensive top of the line single lens camera with him and took tons of pictures of just about everything, where just by improbable coincidence, hint hint, my brother and I would almost always be in those pictures as well. This was before digital cameras, so to shoot through three rolls of film on a two-day visit really was a mark of a committed photographer. And it was a different time back then, where paedos weren't yet such a cultural meme.

Anyway, my dad told him he was no longer welcome around us kids when he actually tried to touch my older brother one night. In truth, my dad kicked him out of the house right the same night, some time around 3am. And that week our parents got word about the other kid from his sister, who told my parents "Be careful. My brother is a wrongun with kids".

I would never insinuate that gay men are generally also paedos. Gay people I know nowadays (I work, or at least used to work in advertising, which kind of attracts gays, similar to other "creative" lines of work) aren't like that at all. But it appears my dad's friend was gay and also had a very pronounced liking for prepubescent boys.
>> No. 13915 Anonymous
9th November 2017
Thursday 6:32 pm
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>>13913
Good thing you told us you don't believe gays are paedos, because otherwise that really long story you just told us about a gay paedo you knew would have given us the wrong impression.
>> No. 13916 Anonymous
9th November 2017
Thursday 6:36 pm
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>>13913
>I'm not an all-gays-are-paedos-ist but-
>> No. 13917 Anonymous
9th November 2017
Thursday 7:14 pm
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>>13915
>>13916

I was merely offering a personal account. My point isn't that I secretly actually think that all gays are paedos. I do not. But my dad's friend was evidently drawn both to (adult) gay men and young boys. And I tried to elaborate on that fact.
>> No. 13918 Anonymous
9th November 2017
Thursday 9:51 pm
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My dad's friend, who you could be forgiven for calling straight as he was married to a grown woman, used to find excuses to get near my sister and I from an early age. Also one time he actually did molest my sister and had been in previous legal trouble for touching his goddaughter. I'm not saying all heterosexual men are pedos but...
>> No. 13919 Anonymous
9th November 2017
Thursday 10:48 pm
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>>13918

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/men/thinking-man/11691399/Terrifying-headlines-about-paedophilia-taint-all-men.html
>> No. 13920 Anonymous
9th November 2017
Thursday 11:31 pm
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>>13919
Eerily similar to the number of flamers.
>> No. 13921 Anonymous
10th November 2017
Friday 12:26 am
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>>13919
That article is a great argument in favour of not considering the presented sexual orientation of a paedophile as it isn't relevant.
>> No. 13922 Anonymous
10th November 2017
Friday 7:04 am
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I'm concerned that people don't seem able to differentiate between the concepts 'pedophile' and 'sex offender'.
>> No. 13923 Anonymous
10th November 2017
Friday 9:07 am
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>>13922
Paedophile.
>> No. 13924 Anonymous
10th November 2017
Friday 11:14 am
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>>13923
Pædophile
>> No. 13926 Anonymous
10th November 2017
Friday 11:25 am
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>>13922 

Well, paedophiles have no way of legally living out their sexuality. Child porn is illegal in practically every country, and needless to say, so is actual sex with underage children. You're not even safe banging 12-year-old street prostitutes in Vietnam or some other Southeast Asian shithole anymore. Just look at Gary Glitter. Whatever a paedo will do for sexual release, unless it's masturbation to mental images, will cause them to fall foul of sex offender laws. And as a consequence, most sex offenders are actually paedos. 

I'm not sure I agree with the term "sexual predator" though. For the most part, that's just a made up concept by sensationalist news media. I'm not saying there are no sex offenders who actually prey on victims. There probably are a few. It's just that it seems a bit extreme as a label. It doesn't seem like something that a level-headed psychiatrist or sex therapist would have come up with, if you know what I mean.
>> No. 13927 Anonymous
10th November 2017
Friday 11:39 am
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>>13807

Isn't Spacey also Jewish? Why did his Dad marry a Jew if he hated them?
>> No. 13928 Anonymous
10th November 2017
Friday 11:41 am
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>>13814

Seth keeps predicting all this shit, when is he going to get interviewed about it?
>> No. 13929 Anonymous
10th November 2017
Friday 1:27 pm
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>>13928

>when is he going to get interviewed about it?

and talk about what?

Seth MacFarlane has truly carved out his niche taking the piss out of contemporary pop culture with Family Guy. He's a smart lad, and he also knows how to deal with hot button issues without a) getting sued and b) biting off more than he can chew.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y41vObbUf9k
>> No. 13930 Anonymous
10th November 2017
Friday 2:21 pm
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>>13929
What in the fuck does the video you posted have to do with "contemporary pop culture" and "hot button issues"?

Family Guy is lowest common denominator, spoonfed moron chum.
>> No. 13931 Anonymous
10th November 2017
Friday 2:23 pm
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I mean, it's fine. It's the Call of Duty of TV comedy. Slowly getting more shit, but dependably half-decent, and seemingly unstoppable all the while.
>> No. 13932 Anonymous
10th November 2017
Friday 3:28 pm
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>>13930

I do think there is such a thing as the neighbourhood paedo down the street being something of a meme in popular culture.
>> No. 13933 Anonymous
10th November 2017
Friday 3:33 pm
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>>13931

>I mean, it's fine. It's the Call of Duty of TV comedy. Slowly getting more shit,

ITV2 now has the brand new Family Guy episodes from the current series. They really are disappointing. You kind of hope that they're not going to go the way of the Simpsons, but the last few episodes were just really kind of shit.
>> No. 13934 Anonymous
10th November 2017
Friday 4:24 pm
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>>13933
The comparison to The Simpsons is apt but way too favourable. Family Guy had one or two good seasons of genuinely funny and sincere character-based surrealism and that was it. The rest is by-the-numbers tosh written by manatees.
>> No. 13935 Anonymous
10th November 2017
Friday 4:36 pm
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>>13934
>Family Guy
>go the way of the Simpsons

You mean the way the Simpsons started trying to copy Family Guy?
>> No. 13936 Anonymous
10th November 2017
Friday 4:43 pm
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Careful, lads. It looks like the Real Comedy Twats gave turned up.
>> No. 13937 Anonymous
10th November 2017
Friday 4:45 pm
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>>13936

Neither the Simpsons nor Family Guy are funny anymore, lad.
>> No. 13938 Anonymous
10th November 2017
Friday 4:46 pm
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>>13933
It's probably worth pointing out to you lads that Seth doesn't write for Family Guy anymore, especially now that he is busy with his Star Trek dream show. The same will go for the rest of the staff after nearly 20 years.

I wouldn't really call Seth so much of a genius either. It's more like he is a relic of a bygone age when it was expected for entertainers to have balls - South Park being another example of a show from the 90s still going. And HIGNFY being one that has become stale crap.

I'm probably talking out of my arse but I definitely think that TV has been neutered over the past decade in response to the rise of the internet.
>> No. 13939 Anonymous
10th November 2017
Friday 4:48 pm
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>>13938
I think the reason that SP hasn't necessarily gone the way of the aforementioned Family Lad and the Simpletons is because of its niche: every episode is made in 7 days and so can respond blisteringly fast to current events.
>> No. 13940 Anonymous
10th November 2017
Friday 5:27 pm
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>>13939
I just put it down to Trey and Matt staying on board. You will notice that South Park's quality declines harshly when they are distracted with other projects.
>> No. 13941 Anonymous
10th November 2017
Friday 5:31 pm
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>>13939

>every episode is made in 7 days and so can respond blisteringly fast to current events.

True; they just latch on to whatever news item has been trending the most. Family Guy really addresses more the underlying currents of pop culture.


>>13938
>It's more like he is a relic of a bygone age when it was expected for entertainers to have balls

Just imagine a show like "Married... with Children" being made today. The outrage! All the echo chambers, Twitter trolls, special snowflakes and SJWs on the Internet would shitstorm a programme like that into oblivion so badly, they would probably have to pull the show on the first episode in mid-ad break.

Those shows were not as such hate speech against women, housewives, feminists or fat people. But back then, people knew how to TAKE. a FUCKING. JOKE. and not have explosive mental diarrhoea all over the Internet in an instant just because somebody on that show made their umpteenth scarcely funny fat joke.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hVg5QqJoxuU
>> No. 13942 Anonymous
10th November 2017
Friday 9:46 pm
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>SJW
Can we get a wordfilter for this? In this case I agree with the sentiment that internet outrage is pretty ridiculous, but I'm sick of reading the term, nine times out of ten it's accompanied by mouthbreathing idiocy.
>> No. 13943 Anonymous
10th November 2017
Friday 9:59 pm
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>>13942
Don't be such a snowflake, snowflake.
>> No. 13944 Anonymous
10th November 2017
Friday 10:05 pm
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>>13943
He's probably fat and a woman too.
>> No. 13945 Anonymous
10th November 2017
Friday 10:49 pm
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>>13944
I'm also black and a lesbian.
>> No. 13946 Anonymous
10th November 2017
Friday 11:40 pm
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>>13945

So you're either in niche porn or a double minority. Big deal.
>> No. 13947 Anonymous
10th November 2017
Friday 11:44 pm
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>>13942

The nautical/eskimo wordfilter naming system for this sort of thing is already far too complicated for me to try and offer an appropriate alternative.
>> No. 13948 Anonymous
11th November 2017
Saturday 12:02 am
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>>13947
You could start one that isn't related to fish or indigenous peoples. Be bold!
>> No. 13949 Anonymous
11th November 2017
Saturday 12:17 am
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>>13947
>>13948
Pick another three letter acronym. DVD. STD?
>> No. 13950 Anonymous
11th November 2017
Saturday 12:32 am
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>>13949
>Three letter acronym

Do you mean TLA?
>> No. 13951 Anonymous
11th November 2017
Saturday 1:13 am
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>>13948>>13949

I was thinking about either "DVDA" or "sensible millennial" but I got beaten to it.
>> No. 13952 Anonymous
11th November 2017
Saturday 10:09 pm
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Looks like they're doing the same thing with Kevin Spacey now that the BBC has been doing with Jimmy Savile:

https://www.theguardian.com/culture/2017/nov/09/kevin-spacey-cut-out-of-film-and-replaced-by-christopher-plummer

>Kevin Spacey is being removed from his next film release, with the director Ridley Scott reshooting all of the disgraced actor’s scenes using Christopher Plummer instead.

>The unprecedented and hugely expensive move reinforces the widely held view that Spacey’s career is ruined, after multiple allegations of sexual harassment, beginning with the claim made by Anthony Rapp that the actor assaulted him when he was 14. Allegations against Spacey continue to mount including a new claim that he sexually assaulting an 18-year-old man in Boston, which police are investigating.


Blimey. Just think of the logistics of that. How many people you have to bring back in to redo entire scenes and what-have-you. They must really think the movie would be a total writeoff if they kept Kevin Spacey in it.

On the subject of Savile - I have taken to watching BBC Four in the wee morning hours frequently, where they show best-of TOTP programmes by year, usually from the late 70s to early 80s, which was still during Savile's tenure as presenter. They really go to great lengths in cutting out Savile from those broadcasts. It's as if he never existed.
>> No. 13953 Anonymous
11th November 2017
Saturday 10:16 pm
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>>13952
That sounds a bit like full-on Stalinesque unpersonhood.
>> No. 13954 Anonymous
11th November 2017
Saturday 11:07 pm
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>>13952
I saw one of those TOTP things the other week with Steve Wright on it.

I think it's the first time I've ever seen him on TV as I've only previously heard him on the radio. He seemed so weird, uncomfortable and out of place.
>> No. 13955 Anonymous
11th November 2017
Saturday 11:41 pm
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>>13953

Some people actually pay money to have their identities erased from the Internet and from search engines.
>> No. 13956 Anonymous
12th November 2017
Sunday 12:35 am
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>>13926
>Well, paedophiles have no way of legally living out their sexuality
Neither did homosexuals 50 years ago, or so It's said. I feel like you're intentionally leading me to say this. Don't get me wrong, I'm not in favor of legalisation or lowering the age of consent; the laws are there for good reason and it only takes knowing a 'survivor' to understand this, But when we demonise and reject people based purely on their sexuality (read: not actions), all we can ever achieve is to push them underground.

>most sex offenders are actually paedos
This might be so but according to statisics I've heard about most pedophiles aren't sex offenders. Supposedly there are millions of pedophiles in the UK but very few of them actually act upon their sexuality. It's very frustrating trying to explain this to trusted friends because they keep inadvertently adding 'yet'.

If the rhetoric surrounding sexuality at the moment is to be believed, we don't chose our sexuality nor do we have to act upon it for it to be legitimate (asexuality and 'I don't have to suck a dick to know I'm not gay'). The push for sexual liberty (read again: not necessarily action) logically develops into an acceptance of pedophillia and, essentially, all sexuality. I've heard in passing that these kind of ideas can indicate a collapse of society. It feels bad to know I am potentially contributing to this.

I'm just confused and talking to the doctor has proven unfruitful numerous times.
>> No. 13957 Anonymous
12th November 2017
Sunday 1:41 am
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>>13956
>Neither did homosexuals 50 years ago, or so It's said.

Please lad. Don't start the whole argument again of "today's paedos are the new gays of the 1950s".

I can see that you are trying to argue a point that isn't all invalid. But you need to tread carefully here because the paedos themselves have used that argument for some time. That their sexuality is unfairly being punished, and that fucking children who don't fight them off kicking and screaming is on par with two grown lads doing each other up the arse.

>If the rhetoric surrounding sexuality at the moment is to be believed, we don't chose our sexuality nor do we have to act upon it for it to be legitimate (asexuality and 'I don't have to suck a dick to know I'm not gay'). The push for sexual liberty (read again: not necessarily action) logically develops into an acceptance of pedophillia and, essentially, all sexuality.

You are actually indeed adressing a double standard there. You are free to be anything under the sun these days. Gay, lesbian, bisexual, genderqueer, you name it. But it stops at sex with children or underage minors. In our times of tolerance towards just about any sexual preference imaginable, having sex with somebody under the age of consent is a bigger taboo than it ever was. And society is willfully blind to the fact that in reality it doesn't live up to its own self image of "anything goes".

That said, on the bottom line, that one really isn't like all the others. Because it is commonly accepted that chidren cannot consent to sex, or at least not to sex with adults. For a number of reasons, some of them being related to sexual maturity, others to positions of power that adults very often have over minors. And for that reason, the paedos are precisely not the 1950s gays of today. Their kind of sexuality, if lived out, happens without the legally effective consent of the other party.

It's a tough lot being a paedo. But to legalise paedophilia would just put too many children in harm's way and send the very wrong signal that it might be ok to force your adult sexuality on vulnerable children.
>> No. 13958 Anonymous
12th November 2017
Sunday 8:37 am
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>>13957
>on par with two grown lads doing each other up the arse

Two men can't simultaneously be fucking the other up the arse, can they?
>> No. 13959 Anonymous
12th November 2017
Sunday 8:41 am
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>>13958

You've got as many search engines as anyone else, why don't you find out?
>> No. 13960 Anonymous
12th November 2017
Sunday 11:52 am
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>>13958

I would think not simultaneously, no. Perhaps if they had penises that bend downward dramatically when erect. What's that disease called again... Peyronie's Disease, I think...
>> No. 13965 Anonymous
12th November 2017
Sunday 12:55 pm
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>>13960
I've seen it in that tranny porn I accidentally clicked on that one time. It seems awkward and risky but doable, apparently.
>> No. 13966 Anonymous
12th November 2017
Sunday 12:59 pm
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>>13965
That looks like the symbol of a secret society.
>> No. 13967 Anonymous
12th November 2017
Sunday 1:10 pm
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>>13965

>accidentally clicked on that one time

But you never inhaled right?
No one would question or give your taste a second thought but for the fact that you felt that you needed to justify your knowledge with an excuse. Now I think you are a closet case.
>> No. 13968 Anonymous
12th November 2017
Sunday 1:11 pm
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>>13965

>in that tranny porn I accidentally clicked on that one time

Lad.


>>13966

>That looks like the symbol of a secret society.

Yes, it's the Friends of Dorothy, don't you know.
>> No. 14040 Anonymous
20th November 2017
Monday 6:00 pm
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Morrissey has come out in support of Spacey.

I think he's only trolling himself by this point.

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