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Re: Santorum advocates war against pornography

Posted by SelkirkTMO on Wed Mar 14 22:36:39 2012, in response to Re: Santorum advocates war against pornography, posted by Train Dude on Wed Mar 14 22:18:00 2012.

Nope. I figured it all out through independent study. :)

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Re: Santorum advocates war against pornography

Posted by SelkirkTMO on Wed Mar 14 22:39:34 2012, in response to Re: Santorum advocates war against pornography, posted by Train Dude on Wed Mar 14 22:26:19 2012.

Donuts aren't really popular up here. We have croissants. But I'm sure you could do some interesting things with them. :)

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Re: Santorum advocates war against pornography

Posted by Train Dude on Wed Mar 14 22:43:26 2012, in response to Re: Santorum advocates war against pornography, posted by Forest Glen on Wed Mar 14 22:31:09 2012.

Unless it has to do with school lunches or medical treatment, right? Do you really think prostitution is a victimless crime?

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Re: Santorum advocates war against pornography

Posted by Train Dude on Wed Mar 14 22:46:31 2012, in response to Re: Santorum advocates war against pornography, posted by Forest Glen on Wed Mar 14 22:29:12 2012.

Your hypocrisy links them quite nicely, thanks. Would you care to take a stab at explaining your dichotomy of thought?

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Re: Santorum advocates war against pornography

Posted by AMoreira81 on Wed Mar 14 22:47:04 2012, in response to Re: Santorum advocates war against pornography, posted by Forest Glen on Wed Mar 14 22:31:09 2012.

The East Side Madam case involves minors.

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Re: Santorum advocates war against pornography

Posted by Train Dude on Wed Mar 14 22:47:37 2012, in response to Re: Santorum advocates war against pornography, posted by SelkirkTMO on Wed Mar 14 22:35:13 2012.

In case you have not noticed, my economy has been doing quite nicely of late. You worry.

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Re: Santorum advocates war against pornography

Posted by SelkirkTMO on Wed Mar 14 22:49:18 2012, in response to Re: Santorum advocates war against pornography, posted by Train Dude on Wed Mar 14 22:47:37 2012.

Nope ... but while you're at it, you can thank Obama for what he's done for you because your guys sure as shit didn't ...

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Re: Santorum advocates war against pornography

Posted by dand124 on Wed Mar 14 22:49:55 2012, in response to Re: Santorum advocates war against pornography, posted by Train Dude on Wed Mar 14 22:47:37 2012.

your economy consists of a check from the government.

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Re: Santorum advocates war against pornography

Posted by SelkirkTMO on Wed Mar 14 22:52:41 2012, in response to Re: Santorum advocates war against pornography, posted by dand124 on Wed Mar 14 22:49:55 2012.

... which of course, HIS guys want ended and he wants to vote for that. LOL

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Re: Santorum advocates war against pornography

Posted by Train Dude on Wed Mar 14 23:13:35 2012, in response to Re: Santorum advocates war against pornography, posted by SelkirkTMO on Wed Mar 14 22:49:18 2012.

Every time that nipple head speaks, the market goes south. The only good thing he's dpne lately is not make speeches.

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Re: Santorum advocates war against pornography

Posted by Train Dude on Wed Mar 14 23:14:28 2012, in response to Re: Santorum advocates war against pornography, posted by dand124 on Wed Mar 14 22:49:55 2012.

Actually 2 per month + what my wife gets. Life must really suck for you.

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Re: Santorum advocates war against pornography

Posted by FYBklyn1959 on Wed Mar 14 23:26:58 2012, in response to Re: Santorum advocates war against pornography, posted by Train Dude on Wed Mar 14 22:19:26 2012.





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Re: Santorum advocates war against pornography

Posted by SelkirkTMO on Wed Mar 14 23:27:07 2012, in response to Re: Santorum advocates war against pornography, posted by Train Dude on Wed Mar 14 23:13:35 2012.

Yep ... all the way down to 13,000 ... shame on him. :)

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Re: Santorum advocates war against pornography

Posted by Train Dude on Wed Mar 14 23:30:16 2012, in response to Re: Santorum advocates war against pornography, posted by FYBklyn1959 on Wed Mar 14 23:26:58 2012.

oh, thanks

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Re: Santorum advocates war against pornography

Posted by AEM-7AC #901 on Wed Mar 14 23:32:02 2012, in response to Re: Santorum advocates war against pornography, posted by Train Dude on Wed Mar 14 22:16:37 2012.

Let your daughters know that if and when you have any

As I like to say, I use porn so I won't have children. :-)

Regardless, as a porn monger, I'd have to accept that possibility, so while one would prefer that their children become BIGLAW, becoming a porn star isn't exactly the end of the world, especially if they manage their money well.

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Re: Santorum advocates war against pornography

Posted by AEM-7AC #901 on Wed Mar 14 23:33:38 2012, in response to Re: Santorum advocates war against pornography, posted by Train Dude on Wed Mar 14 22:43:26 2012.

Do you really think prostitution is a victimless crime?

As long as it's regulated and all participants are adults engaging in the sex acts upon their free will, then it is a victimless crime.

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Re: Santorum advocates war against pornography

Posted by AEM-7AC #901 on Wed Mar 14 23:37:13 2012, in response to Re: Santorum advocates war against pornography, posted by AEM-7AC #901 on Wed Mar 14 23:32:02 2012.

The phrase

that their children become BIGLAW

should be

that their children become members of BIGLAW

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Re: Santorum advocates war against pornography

Posted by Train Dude on Wed Mar 14 23:38:50 2012, in response to Re: Santorum advocates war against pornography, posted by SelkirkTMO on Wed Mar 14 23:27:07 2012.

Her gets credit when it goes up but it's not his fault when it goes down and you expect to be taken seriously?

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Re: Santorum advocates war against pornography

Posted by Train Dude on Wed Mar 14 23:40:05 2012, in response to Re: Santorum advocates war against pornography, posted by AEM-7AC #901 on Wed Mar 14 23:32:02 2012.

That's right. You did say that you were somewhat socially challenged

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Re: Santorum advocates war against pornography

Posted by Train Dude on Wed Mar 14 23:41:17 2012, in response to Re: Santorum advocates war against pornography, posted by AEM-7AC #901 on Wed Mar 14 23:33:38 2012.

Let me know where it's happening like that.

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Re: Santorum advocates war against pornography

Posted by SelkirkTMO on Wed Mar 14 23:43:57 2012, in response to Re: Santorum advocates war against pornography, posted by Train Dude on Wed Mar 14 23:38:50 2012.

That was your boy Bush that did that down stuff ... and yep, he can has credit too. :)

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Re: Santorum advocates war against pornography

Posted by AEM-7AC #901 on Thu Mar 15 00:14:11 2012, in response to Re: Santorum advocates war against pornography, posted by Train Dude on Wed Mar 14 23:41:17 2012.

Let me know where it's happening like that.

Germany, the Netherlands, Austria, and Switzerland. As long as the process is regulated, and authorities can inspect to ensure that brothel owners are following the law, then much of the harm can be minimized along with the ability to use women who are forced into prostitution by criminals.

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Re: Santorum advocates war against pornography

Posted by AEM-7AC #901 on Thu Mar 15 00:18:17 2012, in response to Re: Santorum advocates war against pornography, posted by Train Dude on Wed Mar 14 23:40:05 2012.

That's right. You did say that you were somewhat socially challenged

Yes, but there's nothing wrong with porn usage, and I'd argue that we shouldn't shame the men who opt to use porn or prostitutes in lieu of "conventional" relationships. It's a perfectly rational decision to use alternative means of sexual release, and it's arguably far more sensible than dealing with most women.

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Re: Santorum advocates war against pornography

Posted by TonyG on Thu Mar 15 02:39:55 2012, in response to Re: Santorum advocates war against pornography, posted by Train Dude on Wed Mar 14 19:07:04 2012.

Why should pornography be banned and Archie comics not be?



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Re: Santorum advocates war against pornography

Posted by Forest Glen on Thu Mar 15 03:02:13 2012, in response to Re: Santorum advocates war against pornography, posted by AEM-7AC #901 on Thu Mar 15 00:14:11 2012.

+1

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Re: Santorum advocates war against pornography

Posted by Train Dude on Thu Mar 15 13:28:54 2012, in response to Re: Santorum advocates war against pornography, posted by AEM-7AC #901 on Thu Mar 15 00:14:11 2012.

As a matter of fact, in Amsterdam, the number of "legal" prostitutes is being cut from 480 to 200 as Albanian mobs try to take over the industry. If prostitution meets your needs, then go for it. Personally, I just don't see it as victimless.

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Re: Santorum advocates war against pornography

Posted by Train Dude on Thu Mar 15 13:39:48 2012, in response to Re: Santorum advocates war against pornography, posted by TonyG on Thu Mar 15 02:39:55 2012.

When Archie Comics start depicting girls looking about under 18, wearing what look like parochial school uniforms, and have story lines where they have to stay after school and get fondled and raped by their teacher, then I will be the first to support banning Archie Comics.

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Re: Santorum advocates war against pornography

Posted by Spider-Pig on Thu Mar 15 14:17:46 2012, in response to Re: Santorum advocates war against pornography, posted by Train Dude on Thu Mar 15 13:28:54 2012.

In New York, the private sanitation industry was historically controlled by the mob. Should we have solved that problem by banning garbage trucks?

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Re: Santorum advocates war against pornography

Posted by Spider-Pig on Thu Mar 15 14:19:17 2012, in response to Re: Santorum advocates war against pornography, posted by Train Dude on Thu Mar 15 13:39:48 2012.

Nobody's forcing you to look at the depraved porn.

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Re: Santorum advocates war against pornography

Posted by LuchAAA on Thu Mar 15 14:29:33 2012, in response to Santorum advocates war against pornography, posted by dand124 on Wed Mar 14 18:02:37 2012.

The same people who are "pro pornography" in this thread are the same people who would not want an adult book store near their own home. THIW.

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Re: Santorum advocates war against pornography

Posted by Spider-Pig on Thu Mar 15 14:40:53 2012, in response to Re: Santorum advocates war against pornography, posted by LuchAAA on Thu Mar 15 14:29:33 2012.

You're saying that as if those two views are incompatible with each other.

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Re: Santorum advocates war against pornography

Posted by Mitch45 on Thu Mar 15 14:43:46 2012, in response to Re: Santorum advocates war against pornography, posted by Train Dude on Wed Mar 14 18:12:04 2012.

Other than those who work in "the industry", nobody will say that they are "for" pornography. However, I personally believe that it is a necessary evil and perhaps even beneficial in certain cases if taken in small doses.

As for the argument that pornography exploits women and reduces them to sex objects, that may be true. But nobody is forcing you to watch it and nobody is forcing any women to be in the industry.

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Re: Santorum advocates war against pornography

Posted by LuchAAA on Thu Mar 15 14:44:47 2012, in response to Re: Santorum advocates war against pornography, posted by Spider-Pig on Thu Mar 15 14:40:53 2012.

You're saying that as if those two views are incompatible with each other.

They are. If you support pornography, you should have no problem with an adult bookstore opening close to your home.


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Re: Santorum advocates war against pornography

Posted by Olog-hai on Thu Mar 15 14:47:17 2012, in response to Re: Santorum advocates war against pornography, posted by Mitch45 on Thu Mar 15 14:43:46 2012.

So it's only exploitation when all parties involved are "forced" into participating and/or watching? By the same token, drug users are not "forced" to use drugs either. Trying to redefine "exploitation", are you?

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Re: Santorum advocates war against pornography

Posted by LuchAAA on Thu Mar 15 14:48:30 2012, in response to Re: Santorum advocates war against pornography, posted by Spider-Pig on Thu Mar 15 14:40:53 2012.

and let me add strip clubs to the mix.

The same people who are "pro pornography" would not be happy about a strip club or adult bookstore opening near their home. THIW.

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Re: Santorum advocates war against pornography

Posted by Spider-Pig on Thu Mar 15 14:51:36 2012, in response to Re: Santorum advocates war against pornography, posted by Olog-hai on Thu Mar 15 14:47:17 2012.

Drug use is not exploitation either.

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Re: Santorum advocates war against pornography

Posted by Spider-Pig on Thu Mar 15 14:52:06 2012, in response to Re: Santorum advocates war against pornography, posted by LuchAAA on Thu Mar 15 14:44:47 2012.

How do you figure? It's not 1975 anymore.

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Re: Santorum advocates war against pornography

Posted by Spider-Pig on Thu Mar 15 14:52:54 2012, in response to Re: Santorum advocates war against pornography, posted by LuchAAA on Thu Mar 15 14:48:30 2012.

I also wouldn't want to live near a sewage treatment plant. It doesn't mean I'm against treating sewage.

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Re: Santorum advocates war against pornography

Posted by italianstallion on Thu Mar 15 15:00:57 2012, in response to Re: Santorum advocates war against pornography, posted by AEM-7AC #901 on Thu Mar 15 00:14:11 2012.

Nevada too!

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Re: Santorum advocates war against pornography

Posted by AlM on Thu Mar 15 15:01:21 2012, in response to Re: Santorum advocates war against pornography, posted by LuchAAA on Thu Mar 15 14:44:47 2012.

Huh?

I support the legality of slaughtering cows for food but I don't want a slaughterhouse next door either.



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Re: Santorum advocates war against pornography

Posted by LuchAAA on Thu Mar 15 15:12:55 2012, in response to Re: Santorum advocates war against pornography, posted by AlM on Thu Mar 15 15:01:21 2012.

Why would you not want a strip club or adult book store next door?

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Re: Santorum advocates war against pornography

Posted by LuchAAA on Thu Mar 15 15:14:31 2012, in response to Re: Santorum advocates war against pornography, posted by Spider-Pig on Thu Mar 15 14:52:54 2012.

I also wouldn't want to live near a sewage treatment plant. It doesn't mean I'm against treating sewage.

I can understand that, but I can't understand why one would so openly support porn yet not want an adult book store or strip club next door.

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Re: Santorum advocates war against pornography

Posted by LuchAAA on Thu Mar 15 15:14:31 2012, in response to Re: Santorum advocates war against pornography, posted by Spider-Pig on Thu Mar 15 14:52:54 2012.

I also wouldn't want to live near a sewage treatment plant. It doesn't mean I'm against treating sewage.

I can understand that, but I can't understand why one would so openly support porn yet not want an adult book store or strip club next door.

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Re: Santorum advocates war against pornography

Posted by Olog-hai on Thu Mar 15 15:21:20 2012, in response to Re: Santorum advocates war against pornography, posted by Spider-Pig on Thu Mar 15 14:52:54 2012.

So you're comparing porn to sewage . . . quite interesting.

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Re: Santorum advocates war against pornography

Posted by Olog-hai on Thu Mar 15 15:22:40 2012, in response to Re: Santorum advocates war against pornography, posted by LuchAAA on Thu Mar 15 15:12:55 2012.

It's called liberal hypocrisy.

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Re: Santorum advocates war against pornography

Posted by AlM on Thu Mar 15 15:34:17 2012, in response to Re: Santorum advocates war against pornography, posted by LuchAAA on Thu Mar 15 15:12:55 2012.

The same reason I don't want a slaughterhouse next door.

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Re: Santorum advocates war against pornography

Posted by LuchAAA on Thu Mar 15 15:36:06 2012, in response to Re: Santorum advocates war against pornography, posted by AlM on Thu Mar 15 15:34:17 2012.

And what would that reason be.

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Re: Santorum advocates war against pornography

Posted by AlM on Thu Mar 15 15:41:45 2012, in response to Re: Santorum advocates war against pornography, posted by LuchAAA on Thu Mar 15 15:36:06 2012.

It makes the neighborhood slightly less pleasant.

PS. Having lived 3 doors down from a methadone clinic for 15 years, I'm not claiming it's a major issue. And beides, my block is entirely zoned residential, so no business can move in next door, so the entire question is purely hypothetical anyway.



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Re: Santorum advocates war against pornography

Posted by Spider-Pig on Thu Mar 15 15:47:34 2012, in response to Re: Santorum advocates war against pornography, posted by LuchAAA on Thu Mar 15 15:14:31 2012.

Have you ever heard of zoning? I support adult bookstores and strip clubs in business and not residential districts. And in the case of the former, adult bookstores are obsolete anyway.

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Re: Santorum advocates war against pornography

Posted by Spider-Pig on Thu Mar 15 15:48:04 2012, in response to Re: Santorum advocates war against pornography, posted by Olog-hai on Thu Mar 15 15:21:20 2012.

What's interesting about it?

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