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eclexia
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Found Slog by following Savage, I think after the "Urban Archipelago" essay Stayed for the… more »

Jun 11, 2013 eclexia commented on Man "Places" His Penis inside His Unconscious Neighbor to "Save Her Life".
@3, now *that's* what over the line looks like.
Jun 11, 2013 eclexia commented on Man "Places" His Penis inside His Unconscious Neighbor to "Save Her Life".
I'm so hot for her.
I'm so hot for her.
I'm so hot for her and she's so cold.
Jun 10, 2013 eclexia commented on The Monday Morning News.
@8 NEVER!!! I will never consider a fanny-pack!

I will, however, consider tying a change-purse to my balls.
Jun 9, 2013 eclexia commented on The Sunday Morning News.
1) HF used to scare the shit out of me when I worked in labs.

2) I wish to complain on the strongest possible terms about the use of "batshit" in this context. Batshit is not a meaningless amplifier, like "fucking". It should only be used to describe an irrational person, such as a congresswoman from MN or the Governor of Arizona.

This was a fuckload of money. However, it was not a crazy batshit amount of money.

3) Shotguns are a decent idea.
Jun 8, 2013 eclexia commented on The Saturday Morning News.
Santa Monica is a really pleasant place to be. It's hard to imagine anyone doing a mass-shooting there. I mean, you might leave the house intending a mass-shooting, but then decide to get a coffee at the promenade instead.

Virginia mass shootings I can understand. I mean, your ass is stuck in Virginia.

The guy started with his father and brother, though. Then went around town shooting, probably as suicide-by-cop. Which is pretty dickish. But only goes to show that there's no blind anger like familial blind anger.
Jun 7, 2013 eclexia commented on Sacred Sanctity of Marriage Watch.
I think the remarkable thing about this is, in all those years she did not write Savage Love with questions about the relationship.

At least, not that I can recall.... Dan, have you ever gotten a letter from a woman married to a serial killer on death row?
Jun 5, 2013 eclexia commented on Michelle Obama Actually Helped That Lesbian Protester.
I'm with Bill Mahr on this one:

http://www.thefreedictionary.com/audienc…
"from Latin... audient-, present participle of audre, to hear."

I don't know if it's the impact of twitter, or what, but I disagree with the concept that it's OK to shout at a speaker during a formal talk. A speech is not a debate.

It's one thing if it's a stand-up comic, or a street performer. It's another thing for a congressman at the State of the Union address, or the keynote speaker at a fund-raiser.

"In an interview later with The Huffington Post, Sturtz, a divorced lesbian, said she didn't go to the event intending to interrupt Obama."

Bullshit. Not a creditable claim.

""Basically, I was asked by the first lady to be quiet, and I can't be quiet any longer"

Then don't attend a speech. Go home and write. Or better yet, invite people to a debate.
Jun 2, 2013 eclexia commented on Slog Bible Study: 1 Samuel 18:25-27.
Wouldn't it have been less trouble to just suck them, like every other cock-worshiper?
May 31, 2013 eclexia commented on Slog Poll: Expanding Restricted Street Parking to Neighborhood Workers.
I'm not in Seattle, so my opinion doesn't count. But yes, the purpose of restricted parking in neighborhoods is to prevent this exact thing.

Basically, it's the businesses problem where their employees park. Any business should have to put through a parking plan as part of their permitting process. They should not be allowed to mooch off residents.

A school is a special case, because they might be considered grandfathered in. But really, the school should solve this problem. Give them curb space with 30-minute parking so they can pull up and load/unload their car.
May 30, 2013 eclexia commented on The 20th Most Trusted Person in America is An Anarchist.
I absolutely trust Adam Sandler. Whatever film he craps out next week, I will avoid. Zero chance he will drop an under-appreciated film that will require re-examining his legacy.
 

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