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  1.    #21  
    thats pretty weird.....
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  2. #22  
    Quote Originally Posted by granth
    thats pretty F'in weird.....
    ??? ???
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  3.    #23  
    Quote Originally Posted by timexx8
    Dad? Well he sorta looks like your avatar anyways when he was younger

    is f'in wierd
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  4. #24  
    I thought it was a funny thread but far be it fromm me to be in touch with the feelings of people on TC
  5.    #25  
    Quote Originally Posted by skillllllz
    I think fanatisizing about beating/killing anyone is wrong and people who do so should be considered extremely dangerous...

    Totally off topic statement: I'm gonna go play Grand Theft Auto, watch Kill Bill, and then root for our military boys over in Bagdad (who are doing a fine job beating/killing the "evil doers")
    Lets go ahead and blow this way out of context, it was a theoretical question.
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  6. #26  
    I guess my sarcasm went over your head. I share your point of view dude. I was making fun of the idiots that detest fantasizing about violence and then interact with violent media. Also, I think you meant "rhetorical question".
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  7. #27  
    Quote Originally Posted by skillllllz
    I guess my sarcasm went over your head. I share your point of view dude. I was making fun of the idiots that detest fantasizing about violence and then interact with violent media. Also, I think you meant "rhetorical question".
    I am not sure who you mean by "the idiots", nor do I see the need for using that word here, but I imagine if you think about it for a moment, you will notice the difference between Grand Theft Auto, Kill Bill and as well as other video games and movies, and fantasizing about knocking five year olds unconscious. Some of those games and movies may be bad or have dubious effects on some, but I have never heard of a (legal) video game or movie in which five year olds are puroposely smashed by the dozen. Some extreme video games or movies may be bad, but this means envisaging something totally sick.

    And hiding behind "I just copied it from another site" (someting granth tried in this thread) doesn't change anything.
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  8. #28  
    I guess fantasizing about having sex with a 5 year old would be okay too. Call me an *****, since I detest that too.
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  9. #29  
    I understand you're POV but...

    "Fantasy" and "acting out fantasy" are two totally different things. You think people don't fantasize about sick stuff? Hah!! You're living in la-la-land. People have imaginations and for many theirs will often run down avenues that some would deem psychotic. However, most people are in fact sane and understand that it is just a fantasy, and not some true desire or obsession they would really like to engage in.

    Seriously, give me a break. The thing was suppose to be low level humor, the kind of thing some bored high school kids might joke about. Not some actual act that one would perform.

    And if it did/does inspire someone to do so, or if they truly wish they could partake in such an activity, they have a mental disorder. A disorder that will rear itself in some act, at some point in their lives, regardless of anyones efforts to stop it. Try to convince a ****** to stop their frame of thinking. Good Luck. That's the way these things go.

    You don't think the persons who dreamed up Kill Bill don't fantasize about sick twisted stuff? Where do you think the sick images you see in the movie came from? That's someone's imagination transposed onto film. I don't see anyone rushing to stop them from creating these films. Nor do I see their creators actually killing people even though they clearly fantasize about doing so.

    And tell me... how much more wrong is fantasizing about beating up a 5 year old child than fantasizing about beheading another human being... gruesomely taking another human life, which is undeniably precious regardless of age?

    You wanna know what I think is "truly" sick?

    -Slaughtering baby cows and selling their bloody remains in a market as "veal".
    -People beating/killing each other over minute things, like parking spots.
    -Mothers that dispose of their new born in a dumpster.

    Fantasy is exactly that - FANTASY. If you can't handle the simple segregation of fantasy & reality in your mind then you should have yourself evaluated.



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  10. #30  
    Quote Originally Posted by clairegrrl
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    riiiight. good one.
  11. #31  
    I think the original post was the funniest thing I've ever read on the TC forums. I'm not surprised some people didn't think it was funny. But who cares. I passed it around to a bunch of friends (some of which are so pissed off at me now they aren't talking to me). It's a good way to weed out the stiffs.
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  12. #32  
    you should go watch battle royal nothing like seeing 11 year olds battle to the death
  13. #33  
    Quote Originally Posted by skillllllz
    I understand you're POV but...

    "Fantasy" and "acting out fantasy" are two totally different things. You think people don't fantasize about sick stuff? Hah!! You're living in la-la-land. People have imaginations and for many theirs will often run down avenues that some would deem psychotic. However, most people are in fact sane and understand that it is just a fantasy, and not some true desire or obsession they would really like to engage in.

    Seriously, give me a break. The thing was suppose to be low level humor, the kind of thing some bored high school kids might joke about. Not some actual act that one would perform.
    I understand your point of view, too, fantasizing and acting out fantasy is not the same. And in contrast to what you think, I don't live in la-la-land, I know some people fantasize about sick stuff.

    But having a sick fantasy still doesn't mean it is ok to discuss it in public as if it were something normal. If we pretend thinking about how many five year olds one can knock out is just a funny fantasy, we increase acceptance for such things and decrease the threshold for actually doing something of that sort in those who combine sick fantasies with a tendency to violence. There is always a gradual progression from fantasizing to actually doing things. In case somebody is really ill, the earlier the interventions start, the better.

    I don't want to read too much into granth's original post, but it still is sick and does not belong into a forum.

    Most if not all movies and video games are "good vs. bad" stories, or fights among equals, so they have at least some sort of moral justification. Five year old kids are innocent by definition, so beating them unconscious (or fantasizing about it) is sick by definition.
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  14. #34  
    Quote Originally Posted by clulup
    I understand your point of view, too, fantasizing and acting out fantasy is not the same. And in contrast to what you think, I don't live in la-la-land, I know some people fantasize about sick stuff.

    But having a sick fantasy still doesn't mean it is ok to discuss it in public as if it were something normal. If we pretend thinking about how many five year olds one can knock out is just a funny fantasy, we increase acceptance for such things and decrease the threshold for actually doing something of that sort in those who combine sick fantasies with a tendency to violence. There is always a gradual progression from fantasizing to actually doing things. In case somebody is really ill, the earlier the interventions start, the better.
    Very Very true.

    Look whats happened with alternative sexual behavior. Not only are we forced to accept it, but looked down on for not embracing it.
  15. #35  
    Quote Originally Posted by sxtg
    Very Very true.

    Look whats happened with alternative sexual behavior. Not only are we forced to accept it, but looked down on for not embracing it.
    Wow...where'd that come from? Way to slip that one in ....oh, I agree with the quoted text
  16. #36  
    Quote Originally Posted by RicoM
    Wow...where'd that come from? Way to slip that one in ....oh, I agree with the quoted text
    I was just trying to support his argument with a real world example
  17. #37  
    Quote Originally Posted by sxtg
    Very Very true.
    Thank you.
    Quote Originally Posted by sxtg
    Look whats happened with alternative sexual behavior. Not only are we forced to accept it, but looked down on for not embracing it.
    Asking adults to accept what two other consensual adults do in their private life is not asking too much.

    "Consensual" is the key word. Adults smashing five year olds is not consensual, neither is pedophilia. Think about it, and you will realise the difference.
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  18. #38  
    Quote Originally Posted by clulup
    Thank you.
    Asking adults to accept what two other consensual adults do in their private life is not asking too much.

    "Consensual" is the key word. Adults smashing five year olds is not consensual, neither is pedophilia. Think about it, and you will realise the difference.
    I think you are trying to say that there are no innocent victoms.

    I hear your argument about adults, but what about the children? I have watched the hell my nephew goes thru trying to understand why his father does this. There are definately innocent victoms- adults and children

    Think about it and you will realize there are consequences

    In any case the progression theory is clearly valid.
  19. #39  
    Quote Originally Posted by clulup
    Thank you.
    Asking adults to accept what two other consensual adults do in their private life is not asking too much.

    "Consensual" is the key word. Adults smashing five year olds is not consensual, neither is pedophilia. Think about it, and you will realise the difference.
    That assumes that what the two adults do in private has no impact on the rest of society.

    I offer that in the same way that a fantasy can progress into behavior, so can interaction with a consensual partner progress into forced behavior with a subsequent partner.

    When one moves on to a new/different/additonal partner, his/her appetite from the the previous interactions is not disabled. It is not a large leap to consider that the one in the heat of the moment may attempt to force the new partner to do the same stuff to which he/she has become accustomed.
  20. #40  
    Quote Originally Posted by sxtg
    I think you are trying to say that there are no innocent victoms.
    Not at all. As I said, for instance children are always innocent in my view. I guess most if not all victims are innocent, regardless of whether they are children or adults, no?
    Quote Originally Posted by sxtg
    I hear your argument about adults, but what about the children? I have watched the hell my nephew goes thru trying to understand why his father does this. There are definately innocent victoms- adults and children

    Think about it and you will realize there are consequences

    In any case the progression theory is clearly valid.
    I don't understand your example. What does the father do in this expample?

    I thought you were referring to homosexuality in your previous mail. In that case, I don't see a victim. Some people are heterosexual, others are homosexual. It is a very common thing in nature, not only in humans.
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