commented on SL Letter of the Day: Predator
Even Dan Savage agrees with me that context is more important than the idea that people ask for sex. It doesn't mean you're automatically the worst kind of person if you make a direct pass at someone, where you do it, how you do it, what you respond with, it matters just as much if not more. The 'mainstream' propaganda is that any sexual advances of any kind means you're harassing them and equally as guilty as a rapist. Unless the other party is literally on top of your junk you're a sexual predator just for mentioning the fact that sex exists no matter where you are. I've in the past defended the kind of person who would do this in a fucking bar and been eviscerated for it, and you seem chill enough to give this lady a pass inside the guy's bedroom on the idea that she was respectful. You probably made more than a few people's head explode here but I really identify with what you're saying. A++
Yeah and a quick check of the comments shows it's already on. You're all creep enablers who can't count or read numbers. Bring on the shame.
commented on Did Edward Snowden Steal His Coworker's Password to Get NSA Info? It Doesn't Matter!
I've used co-workers passwords before. You have to account it to an IP address and a location of someone. All the spy equipment in the world and they can't even verify beyond "he used a password" this thug group is fucking pathetic. These are the hackers from the hackers movie, which is a documentary, don't hack their Gibson people, these are EXPERTS.