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 41 
 on: April 08, 2013, 09:45:30 am 
Started by caskur - Last post by caskur™
Completely hideous foul disgusting poison.

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 42 
 on: April 08, 2013, 09:40:01 am 
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This thread invites you to

consider the pros and cons of smoking weed.

Discuss.

SS~
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 43 
 on: March 26, 2013, 11:27:59 pm 
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There is a lot of Granny P O R N on the net. I’ve seen it at locked flame forums. It’s very sad and I’ve always thought to myself, “how can they do that to themselves? “Why would they do that to themselves?” Then it occurred to me that it’s probably done by unscrupulous carers wanting to make a fast buck or take the P I S S out of the aged. It appears to be the fashion to post the most outrageous images one can find these days.

Then a few days ago, I saw something in the background on TV about employing prostitutes for Alzheimer’s patients who miss the intimate contact they once enjoyed. It all sounded good but now that I think about it, I’m worried about the abuses they (Alzheimer’s patients) may suffer at the hands of P O R N peddlers.

This isn’t a good idea they are employing for our aged. This is going to backfire and its not as if those dementia patients are going to ever find out they were victims of gross indignity. Most of them will die before it’s ever brought to their attention, even if they don’t have an attention to begin with.

Not happy Jan. This needs to be reconsidered.

Are you watching Ita?

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 44 
 on: March 25, 2013, 06:23:23 pm 
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Reading 'troll' jailed for cyber bullying
By Paul Cassell

An alcoholic loner from West Reading who tore apart the lives of grieving families by posting abusive messages and videos about dead teenagers has been jailed.


Internet 'troll' Sean Duffy has been jailed for
18 weeks for cyber-bullying

Cyber bully Sean Duffy, of Grovelands Road, is one of the first people in the country to be convicted of ‘trolling’ – the act of posting inflammatory content on the internet.

The 25-year-old appeared before Reading Magistrates’ Court yesterday having admitted two counts of sending offensive communications and asked for three other similar matters to be taken into account.

Joanne Belsey, prosecuting, told how Duffy posted a string of insulting comments on a Facebook page in memory of teenager Natasha MacBryde, who threw herself under a train in Bromsgrove after being bullied.

He later posted a video on YouTube called Tasha The Tank Engine, featuring the 15-year-old’s face on an image of children’s character Thomas The Tank Engine.

Duffy, who had never met those he attacked, posted comments on similar sites in memory of Laura Drew, 14, from Gloucestershire, Hayley Bates, 16, from Staffordshire, and Jordan Cooper, 14, who had all died.

Lance Whiteford, defending, was unable to offer a reason for what he called “horrible and despicable offences”, but despite Duffy’s denial suggested it could be related to Asperger’s syndrome.

He explained that Duffy had suffered with the condition and had an “unhealthy obsession” with serial killers, murder and death. He added the defendant had been bullied at school and work and had struggled to hold down a job leading to his drinking and depression.

Paul Warren, chairing the bench, sentenced Duffy to serve 18 weeks for each offence to be served concurrently and handed him a five-year ASBO.

The ASBO specified he must not sign up to or upload any content on any social networking site or purchase any device with internet access without notifying police.

Sentencing, Mr Warren said: “You have caused untold distress and suffering to family and friends including children.”

http://www.getreading.co.uk/news/s/2099608_reading_troll_jailed_for_cyber_bullying
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 45 
 on: March 14, 2013, 06:38:06 am 
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PERTH got a soaking today with more than 30mm of rain dumped on some parts of the city.

By 5pm, Perth had recorded 26mm, Bickley in the hills south-east of Perth received a drenching of 33.6mm, while Rottnest got 27.6mm, Swanbourne 27.2mm, and Jandakot 30mm.

The Bureau says showers and thunderstorms would continue around the Perth area into this evening, but the heaviest rain had passed.

A thick band of thunderstorms throughout the day made driving conditions treacherous, but a Road Weather Alert that was issued had been cancelled.

A heavy cluster of thundery showers, clearly visible on the Bureau of Meteorology radar, hit the city around midday and dumped heavy showers for several hours.

The downpour prevented any play in the crucial Sheffield Shield match between WA and Queensland, which was due to start today at the WACA.



The SouthWest, Midwest, Central Wheatbelt and the Great Southern also received showers.

Adventure World closed

The inclement weather also brought an early closure at Adventure World in Bibra Lake.

The company announced on its website: "OK, OK enough's enough weather! We are officially going to close the park for the rest of today due to the proximity of lightning.

"If you are a season pass member of know anyone who was thinking of coming this afternoon, please pass the word on. Tomorrow's weather is looking hot and sticky so we look forward to seeing you all for a refreshing day out from 10am!"

Forecast for Friday
Min 18
Max 30
Chance of an early storm.

Partly cloudy. Isolated showers and thunderstorms contracting to the hills during the morning and clearing during the afternoon. Winds easterly 20 to 30 km/h.



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 46 
 on: March 13, 2013, 07:47:52 am 
Started by caskur™ - Last post by caskur™
He's gone off to research a million and one irrelevant ancient secret hieroglyphic cave graffiti... then he is going to do a 1000 page book on Zoroaster's barber's great, great, great grandfather's second cousin twice removed, to prove once and for all, Jesus was a Zombie.

Read more: http://newstalkback1.proboards.com/index.cgi?board=general&action=display&thread=1422#ixzz2NQJFJI60
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 47 
 on: March 12, 2013, 11:10:48 am 
Started by caskur™ - Last post by caskur™
You've gotta watch these...


http://youtu.be/1A3a7v0iCV8


http://youtu.be/Y4MiVT0bFqU
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 48 
 on: March 12, 2013, 10:38:16 am 
Started by caskur™ - Last post by caskur
so sad...and i can relate for i am lucky to be alive


Yes.

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 49 
 on: March 12, 2013, 09:50:14 am 
Started by caskur™ - Last post by zerotolerance
so sad...and i can relate for i am lucky to be alive
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 50 
 on: March 12, 2013, 06:11:18 am 
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And this is what our schools are turning out these days...


http://youtu.be/0LvDNXADciM
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