He raped her and physically brutalized her while she was passed out. Debris was found inside her suggesting he also used a foreign object. He was apprehended because 2 passers-by noticed him going to town on her unconscious body, and when he saw them, he was tackled because he attempted to flee.
It’s entirely possible that these witnesses stopped a possible murder.
That was part of the appeal of Twilight, and by extension, 50 shades of Grey. The main female character is totally generic. Average height, brown hair, divorced parents and totally devoid of any personality.
The author did that purposefully, to make it easier for the readers to use her as a self-insert.
Loving to see FreeRepublic using Alinski tactics against Ted Cruz.
. It’s not enough to simply lie about your opponent. You must attack him where he has his greatest strength. If his appeal is that he is a good man, who keeps his word, loves his family, etc., then that’s exactly where he must be discredited. Alynski credits Lucifer in his book as one of the inspirations for his theory, and I can see why. Defamation is an evil on the same level as murder and adultery. They all made the 10 Commandments. Something to consider before going down that dark path.
05/27/2016 6:01:20 AM PDT
· 4 of 35 chae
Haven’t seen the movie yet, but in the comic books, a team of young heroes were filming a reality show, attacking a super powered guy and ended up inadvertently killing a bunch of children. The government stepped in and said “Ok, we really need to have every super-hero get registered. We need to know everything about them including secret identities. Spider-man came forward and unmasked and discovered that’s a bad idea as his enemies started targeting his family and friends. Tony Stark built a big flying outer space gulag and with the force of the government he tracked down any super-hero who didn’t register and work for the government and imprisoned them. Captain America was really against him on that.
Tony’s always had the “I’m richer, smarter, and hotter than you” attitude n the comics and some definite fascist tendencies.
I’m a very pro-Cruz person, and I’ve gone on record as saying that I don’t see myself voting in this election unless a local ballot issue comes up that I really care about. My state is solidly red, so it won’t really make a difference anyway. I quieted down for a bit mainly because my fiancee was in end stage renal failure, and was able to get a kidney transplant. Then due to a nurse refusing to listen when I listed his allergies, he nearly died in the OR. So getting him back to full health and keeping my family, home, and job from going under, I’ve been busy.
I have several other interests besides the election. I enjoy several of the pro-life threads that Morgana used to post. Kaslin posted thoughtful articles. The Walking Dead threads were entertaining. And several other freepers I enjoy reading their posts, even though I may disagree such as humblegunner and Laz.
I don’t post as much as I used to actually. I try to stay off the Trump threads. I’ve come to the conclusion that talking with many Trump supporters is like trying to play chess with a pigeon. They’re just going to knock the pieces over, crap on the board and walk around like they won anyway.
And what difference does it make to you anyway? THere are definitely some fascist tendencies I’m seeing in you. Also, you keep going on about “Cruz love”, you seem to be a bit obsessed,seems like Ted Cruz is living rent free in your head.
05/25/2016 2:48:15 PM PDT
· 31 of 41 chae
to Dilbert San Diego
Depends on the show. The early seasons of Bones were really excellent.
On one episode, there was this liberal do-gooder, project innocence true believer, who was trying to get a man on death row released, because the death penalty is evil. The main character says “No, in some cases it’s totally appropriate”. One episode the lab team was discussing God, and each character had a different point of view on God, when the atheist went to the head of the Smithsonian Science department to back her up, he said “Don’t look at me, I’m a deacon in my local church.”
There was even an episode with a devout Muslim terrorist who pretends to be Christian to commit a terrorist attack, and they even say point blank “He’s committing Taquiyya” and then explain what it is.
We had a minister a few years ago, a single woman.
People talk and the overwhelming consensus was that she was gay. She never said she was, never said she wasn’t, it was never brought up and she never dated anyone (that we know of). She played softball and had short hair, that was enough for the majority of our church to form an opinion. She made one comment once about how she thought the church should be more open to homosexuals but only once.
If she was, she was very closeted about it.
Sigh, crap like this is why I rarely post here anymore. The original post I was replying to said and I quote
“nothing....NOTHING...is more rude than dishonoring a pledge.”
And it was made on a thread about Jeb Bush not abiding by a pledge to support Trump.
My contention is that if someone is going to be going on about how rude dishonoring a pledge is, then he best include Trump on the rude part of that scale, because without even trying hard I can think of 2 pledges he has broken.
I’m divorced, plenty of people are. I obviously have nothing against it, but if you’re going after someone for breaking an oath, you can’t exclude Trump.