User Profile: Thor.Perun


Member Since: March 07, 2013


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  • November 22, 2014 at 4:10am

    Well, skunk, while it’s true that Toad Dworkin needs men like fish needs a bicycle, it’s all a matter of context. The woman in question is not, I presume, Toad Dworkin, just a normal woman in Russia. The ROE over there are still pretty much in a pre-feminist era.

    That being said, if someone bothered my woman over here, I won’t take it with a nonchalance either, though I use usually a situational humor to embarrass the botherer and that usually suffices… and if necessary, not opposed to breaking some nose. On the other hand, if we were surrounded by a group of menacing people, we’ll have each other’s back. Jennifer can kick far beyond her weight.

  • November 22, 2014 at 3:32am

    Commonalities that raise an eyebrow:
    No next day reporting to police
    Going for a second round after being raped
    Internally inconsistent stories
    Waiting 30 or more years

    At first, I did not exclude the possibility that these women are telling the truth. But after reading their “stories” and considering all the facts, it looks more and more like a smear job.

  • November 22, 2014 at 3:02am

    The drug became more widely known early 90′s.

    The drug has been available in Europe as early as 1976, but if someone was not a medical professional, the chances one knew about it were pretty low. Further, there was no internet to order it online, and the drug was available only to hospitals or on a prescription.

    1. One had to know about it.
    2. Hop on a plane to get to Europe
    3. Know a corrupt doc that would prescribe it

    Feasible? I think it’s rather unlikely.

  • [1] November 21, 2014 at 11:25pm

    Russia. Pu s sy Riot and Femen make about 20 feminists altogether.

  • November 21, 2014 at 11:13pm

    Rohypnol became available in US in late 1983 — mid 1984.
    So, anything that suggest its use that predates the availability is suspect.

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  • November 21, 2014 at 7:12pm

    Honesty, wrong mujahedeens (=resistance) , instead of giving support to the Northern Alliance led by Masood, state dept triangulators went to funding groups sponsored by Pakistani ISI (mostly Taliban).

    So, yes, a great deal of discernment is a must, but it seems that SD tends to always pick the wrong horse. Remember Benghazi? That was about transfer of arm to the wrong side (ISIL). This is a patch for that misadventure. SD broke it, so the least can be done is a fix.

  • [1] November 21, 2014 at 6:44pm

    a) Oaf male phys-ed teacher teaching young females
    b) Entitled, “I just had my hair/nail polish/tatts done” 14 years old princess
    c) Clothing inappropriate for the occasion
    What could possibly go wrong?
    1) Female phys-ed teacher for females, male teacher for males.
    That way any temptation or “getting ideas” would be nearly eliminated. It’s not just male teachers misbehaving, there is a long list of female teachers from the last 10 years indulging in sexual misconduct:
    The male teacher list is about one quarter of volume.
    2) Academic punishment
    3) Parents checking what their kids wear for phys-ed classes and making sure that any grooming for events does not interfere with school activities

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  • November 21, 2014 at 5:35pm

    The problem is not arming, the problem seems to be disarming.

  • [1] November 21, 2014 at 5:23pm

    Kurds aren’t like the Iraq Army that is conscript based, with not much motivation to be concerned about fighting in non-tribal area. Peshmerga is for all practical purpses a tribal force, they are highly motivated, it’s their land they defend. They just need a bit of equalizer, or better and they’ll degrade IS with prejudice.

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  • [2] November 21, 2014 at 5:11pm

    “If we arm the Kurd they will defend their territory but could care less about the rest of Iraq. ”

    I don’t see anything wrong with that. Iraq is bound to split up along the ethnic and religious lines anyway.

    As for Turkey, why is it necessary that they lord over western Kurds? And there is a sizable chunk of eastern Kurds in Iran. And if Kurds separate, Azeris may too.

    Letting IS overrun Kurds doesn’t seem to me as a bright idea. And letting Kurds deal with IS, with as much help as they need, means no US mil boots on the ground. I see only pluses.

  • November 21, 2014 at 4:18pm

    That’s nothing, compared to Edward Scissorhands.
    I wonder how pterodactyly would look like.

  • [-1] November 20, 2014 at 5:41pm

    Well, the ding down must be an agenda driven, because it surely has nothing to do with science. The quote I mentioned is nonsensical. Just use your mental faculties instead of emotions and consider the merit of that statement.

  • [-1] November 20, 2014 at 5:33pm

    thirdLeg, I did not imply that you attacked me. I just wanted to know if you want to seriously know, without calling me a bigot if there is something you may not like. It wouldn’t be the first time when I present some fact that I am called names.

    Alrighty then, I’ll get back to you on that, when I’ve got time, it’s a rather info dense stuff. Weekend, mayhaps.

  • November 20, 2014 at 3:47pm

    blinky, give me a link to NAMGLA and I consider you may have a beef.

    You know, I just noticed… that you guys (or gays) can’t discuss anything without calling names, invectives, etc, despite me doing no such a thing a priori or in return.

    Why is that? Do you think it’s endearing or something?

  • November 20, 2014 at 3:21pm

    Asylum. Did I say asylum yet? Just to make sure… Asylum.

  • [1] November 20, 2014 at 2:53pm

    Well, given that homosexuals comprise about 2% of the total, while heterosexuals 98%, it would be logical to assume that in general there would be more sexual “sins” committed by heterosexuals. But in order to see the correct picture, you would have to assess each group separately, and gauge “sins” based on per capita occurrences for each group.

  • November 20, 2014 at 2:47pm

    blinky, sometimes you can make a reasonable argument. But the conclusion — the part you wonder about — is prima facie incorrect. If we all had it, then we’d be done as species a long time ago.

    The problem I see here is that neither side is willing to look a the issue objectively. Both sides use their particular rationalizations. The religious side sees it as a moral issue, the homosexual side sees it as predetermination, or choice, depending on the context, whatever can justify staying on the pattern.

  • [-1] November 20, 2014 at 2:28pm

    thirdLeg, do you really want to know, or are you here just to make polemics?
    I don’t want to waste my time if the second.

  • November 20, 2014 at 2:06pm

    He is talking about scientists, not science, you know, fallible and corruptible humans, that would do their utmost to preserve their sinecures.

  • November 20, 2014 at 2:04pm

    I don’t care what wikipicky says. Oncogenes is a theory that in my view has been falsified.

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