Saturday, April 08, 2006
...Tom had no inkling of what was going on inside of him until he developed really severe abdominal pain while we were at lunch one day - a couple of weeks later he told me the news, Stage D colorectal cancer. Just too late to stop it.
Stage D colorectal cancer.
So was he a homosexual?
alessandra | Homepage | 04.07.06 - 4:13 pm | #
So was he a homosexual?
(Assuming alessandra actually posted that).
No, you worthless sack of shit disguised as a human being. He was a happily married newlywed to a beautiful bride. He was generous and compassionate and accepted everyone regardless of who they were. He was the kind of person you could hold up as an example for us all, on how we should live and treat one another and embrace life to the fullest.
That you even think such a question is remotely funny, let alone appropriate, is an indicator that you are an examplar of what is wrong with humanity, a walking genetic defect whose dad should have kept his dick in his pants and spare the world such a stinking twat of a woman.
Of course, if that was just someone pretending to be you, then simply cut and paste and apply it to them.
andy | Homepage | 04.07.06 - 5:54 pm | #
That you even think such a question is remotely funny, let alone appropriate, is an indicator that you are an examplar of what is wrong with humanity, a walking genetic defect whose dad should have kept his dick in his pants and spare the world such a stinking twat of a woman.alessandra | Homepage | 04.07.06 - 6:13 pm | #
oh look! a liberal vomitting excrement! how cute that you think you call people all kinds of vulgarity every time they ask something you don't like.
If you have anything work that requires a licence, it should be taken away.
And, in case, other people aren't completely ignorant as you are, the question is totally pertinent, given the much higher incident of rectal cancer in male homosexuals. Now what could cause that, I wonder??? Hard to figure out...
That's just how natural homosexuality is.
Dave: alessandra, that might be the rudest thing I've ever seen you write. No small feat, that.alessandra | Homepage | 04.07.06 - 6:15 pm | #
And why is asking if someone with rectal cancer was a homosexual rude?
Does it break the silence on a topic that you all polite-pretending people don't like face?
If you think there is nothing wrong in being a homosexual, why is it rude if anyone asks if someone is a homosexual independently if they are dead or alive?alessandra | Homepage | 04.07.06 - 6:20 pm | #
Uh, you don't get that? You're homo obsession actually made you ask a guy if his dead friend was gay?Dave in Texas | 04.07.06 - 6:22 pm | #
I suppose that's how obsessions are, huh? People don't actually get it that they're "obsessed". Then they say stupid insulting stuff and go "whaaa?" when called on it. THEN they dance around with crap like "what don't you think you can FACE my truth"?
I'm not the one having trouble facing things.
If Andy thinks people sexually torturing each other is "mentally healthy," as he has already stated here, what is he complaining about someone asking if his dead friend was a homosexual with colon trouble?alessandra | Homepage | 04.07.06 - 6:23 pm | #
Noooooo contradiction there whatsoever.
Dave, btw, what's your position on SM?alessandra | Homepage | 04.07.06 - 6:24 pm | #
Are you like Andy?
"Then they say stupid insulting stuff "
What's so insulting about asking if someone is homosexual? In your enlightened view of the world, isn't it like asking if he was French or Italian?
alessandra | Homepage | 04.07.06 - 6:28 pm | #
Dave in Texas | 04.07.06 - 6:58 pm | #
My position on sadomasochism? Sick stuff. If we are using the terms in the same way.
Somehow I suspect you're not.
And you didn't ask the dead guy if he was gay. You asked his friend.
Recognizing you don't get it, I'll leave the topic alone now. Personally though you might want to consider brushing up on your manners. I disagree with Andy politically and culturally, but I'm not an ass about it.
manners?? In my neck of the woods talking like that will cause profuse bleeding of the mouth, even if the one doing the talking is a girl.dave | 04.07.06 - 7:16 pm | #
Not directed at you Dit, directed at the human waste that "thought" her comment was appropriate.dave | 04.07.06 - 7:24 pm | #
And why is asking if someone with rectal cancer was a homosexual rude?andy | Homepage | 04.07.06 - 8:55 pm | #
Because (a) it's irrelevant and (b) I know your bigoted angle on the whole affair, and given that I read your asinine question not 10 minutes after returning from the memorial service for my friend, my reaction, as rude as it was, was wholly justified.
Gosh, maybe next you'll display your amazing ignorance by asking an AIDS victim if they ever sat on a public toilet seat.
If I was talking to a complete dipshit who associated being Italian with every societal ill and medical ill, I'd go off on him if he asked "Oh, was he Italian?"
If I was talking to a racist asshole, I'd go off on him if he asked "Oh, was he black?"
It's not just the question being asked, it's the fucktard doing the asking. Christ, if he was gay you'd probably be tap dancing on his grave, huh, you damnable idiot?
RWS, my profuse apologies for my language. However, I would ask that you keep my words as they stand, as I think they are a justified response to alessandra.
dave and Dave in Texas, thanks for your support. I'm sure we'll argue about something again, but for now it's nice to agree that alessandra's a headcase.andy | Homepage | 04.07.06 - 8:56 pm | #
That's just how natural homosexuality is.andy | Homepage | 04.07.06 - 8:59 pm | #
And I suppose all those STDs readily transmitted through heterosexual intercourse are just the "cost of doing business," huh, alessandra?
God, but you're an imbecile.
P.S. Still waiting for your "yes" or "no" on whether or not you were sexually abused.
andy: RWS - I rescind my question on the sexual abuse. To bring up the subject is unfair to others who might not be comfortable with the topic for whatever reason.andy | Homepage | 04.07.06 - 9:09 pm | #
I'd like to use it to verbally bludgeon the woman, but I think even my friend Tom would be disappointed in that.
andy,Rightwingsparkle | 04.08.06 - 12:36 am | #
I would have gotten just as angry.
I think the entire blogging community could use some lessons in manners. I don't see why people can't make their point without personally insulting someone.
We say things on the net we would NEVER say to a person in person.
I have a nieghbor who I dislike. I could tell you the many reasons and I think you would agree with me, but suffice to say he is a jerk. There are not many people that I don't like. I usually find something interesting in everyone.
He has been my neighbor for 3 yrs and he still invites us over all the time for cookouts and the like. Sometimes I go, most of the time I make an excuse.
My point is that he doesn't have a clue that I don't like him. It is possible to show your best face even when you don't want to.
Dave Texas : My position on sadomasochism? Sick stuff.alessandra | Homepage | 04.08.06 - 7:23 am | #
OK, so let us suppose Andy here, who thinks SM is just fine, has just gotten back from his friend's memorial service, and he decides to practice this fine SM, like burning cigarettes on people, who for the sickest reasons possible, have "consented" to it.
And then he gets online and screams all this verbal garbage because I asked if his friend was homosexual.
Oh, RWS, do you think burning cigarettes on people is polite or, like Andy, do you think it depends on the context?
alessandra,alessandra | Homepage | 04.08.06 - 7:27 am | #
The question might be perinent in a scientific study BUT NOT WHEN SOMEONE HAS JUST SAID THIER FRIEND HAS DIED.
RWS, andy is a guy who has stated he believes sexual torture is legitimate and fine. How am I suppose to know that his friend didn't die from having so much junk violently shoved up his ass which caused so much damage it started off a cancerous process?
If andy here thinks sexual violence is quite legitimate, just what kind of people could he have for his friends? It could be anyone who does anything, as far as what he states here.
andy: And why is asking if someone with rectal cancer was a homosexual rude?alessandra | Homepage | 04.08.06 - 7:37 am | #
Because (a) it's irrelevant and (b) I know your bigoted angle on the whole affair
If the medical stats show that homosexual men have much higher rates of backend cancer, first of all, this is a fact, secondly, it's relevant, and thirdly, it's knowlegde, as opposed to your ignorant denial.
If RWS said a friend of hers had died of pneumoconiosis, and I asked if her friend was a miner, would that be ghastly rude, irrelevant, and bigoted?
This is why your fanatical pro-homosexuality is so detrimental to society. You choose to ignore every type of death and harm causing problem related to sexuality because of your demented liberal politics.
And you should be verbally bludgeoned for it.
How am I suppose to know that his friend didn't die from having so much junk violently shoved up his ass which caused so much damage it started off a cancerous process?alessandra | Homepage | 04.08.06 - 7:49 am | #
Oh, Andy, the above is just one example of what you think is mentally healthy and legitimate sexual behavior, it's what happens in homo SM. Not to mention all the emotional violence involved.
Whether you practice it, we don't know, but you endorse it and promote it publicly.
You know what I think of people who endorse sexual violence? You are the scum of the earth.
"you worthless sack of shit disguised as a human being"
Yes, that's you, all right.
Gosh, maybe next you'll display your amazing ignorance by asking an AIDS victim if they ever sat on a public toilet seat.alessandra | Homepage | 04.08.06 - 8:01 am | #
No, it's like asking them if they share needles or practice unsafe sex.
It's like asking when someone who was diagnosed with advanced lung cancer if they are a chain smoker.
Hey, RWS, did you see the testimony regarding child porn on the O'Reilly factor? ("Protecting Our Kids")alessandra | Homepage | 04.08.06 - 8:13 am | #
There is a moving testimony by a teenage boy who tells how he abused for five years by men, starting at 13, including online pornography. That's because homosexual and bisexual men do not prey on adolescent boys. Never. Listen to Andy's lies about homosexuality if you want to hear more and more testimonies like this in the future. Hey, maybe one day, it will be a child you know.
Meanwhile you can spend your energy saying how little polite some people are on your blog. It's easier than doing something about how sexually violent homosexuals and bisexuals are.
You know, if it were for pro-homosexuals we would only be allowed to talk about how heterosexuals prey on kids - they want complete silence about how violent non-heterosexuals are.
Another reason why pro-homosexuals are so detrimental to society.
Andy: And I suppose all those STDs readily transmitted through heterosexual intercourse are just the "cost of doing business," huh, alessandra?alessandra | Homepage | 04.08.06 - 8:17 am | #
Actually, the epidemics of STD transmission can only be the result of mass sexual promiscuity, another dandy aspect of liberal sexual culture. And of legitimizing and endorsing prostitution, as opposed to ending it.
You also endorse sexual promiscuity, don't you, andy? And prostitution?
alessandra, that might be the rudest thing I've ever seen you write. No small feat, that.
Dave in Texas
Dave, funny, isn't it, how I don't have all that much respect for people who endorse sexual violence, rape, battering, (which are all part of SM) or child abuse and a myriad other types of violence in society.
Really, I can care less about politeness when talking to such garbage of people.
alessandra, do you know why it was wrong for Robertson and Falwell to speculate that 9/11 was God's judgement on our society for it's sexual deviance?Dave in Texas | 04.08.06 - 8:47 am | #
Because they focused on one sin, and judged it right along with God. Because they presumed that homosexuality is worse than my unspoken lust, or cheating on taxes, or selfish flash of anger, or any number of the thousands of sins I commit.
You are in Fred Phelps territory right now. Uncontrolled screeching over the one sin you judge the most. And you need to quit it.
Not for us. For you.
Actually, you've just made a big distortion. Lots of people think that God goes out and does violence in the world and I recently wrote a long post about some problematic fundaments in Christianity, you can read it here, if you would like, but it counter argues part of your post.alessandra | Homepage | 04.08.06 - 9:25 am | #
"Because they presumed that homosexuality is worse than my unspoken lust, or cheating on taxes, or selfish flash of anger, or any number of the thousands of sins I commit."
The issue is, Dave, we have several multi-million dollar political groups who do nothing but legitimate every form of sexual violence and deviance that exists on the Earth. This includes the pro-homos, the pro-pornography, the pro-SM, the pro-prostitution, the pro-prosmicuity, the pro-abortion-anytime people. I would say the pro-homos are the loudest, but certainly not the only garbage of organized detrimental group in society.
Is there a huge organized political group trying to institute cheating of taxes as right and moral at the same time they decry citizens who pay taxes as paranoid, bigotted, and full of hate?
This is the difference between your (false) comparison of cheating taxes and criticism of pro-homosexuality.
"You are in Fred Phelps territory right now. Uncontrolled screeching over the one sin you judge the most. And you need to quit it."
The personal is political. And politics is made for talking, not for censorship. You would like silence in view of this monstrous reality we have? How cute.
You have arguments against something I state? Put them forward. I am writing lots of stuff that contradicts your views? Is that the reason for the characterization of "screeching?" Not surprising. But I think your characterization is profoundly distorted.
As you can see, I have a different opinion than some of the participants. I don't think politeness is relevant when talking to people who endorse (and practice?) millions of different types of sexual violence and harm in society.