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#46 - Well **** sorry m8  [+] (1 reply) 08/20/2016 on Thank you Blizzard! +2
#47 - thepizzadevourer (08/20/2016) [-]
No worries m8
#44 - How are they money-grubbing?  [+] (3 replies) 08/20/2016 on Thank you Blizzard! 0
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#45 - thepizzadevourer (08/20/2016) [-]
>>#21
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#46 - BLOCKATIEL (08/20/2016) [-]
Well shit sorry m8
#47 - thepizzadevourer (08/20/2016) [-]
No worries m8
#22 - Fun Fact: This bitch raped a guy and feminists every…  [+] (54 replies) 05/02/2016 on Are you feeling bamboozled? +57
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#36 - xxTheJesterxx (05/02/2016) [-]
"Powerful speech about confidence"

Confidence to go fucking jump off a bridge maybe
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#34 - mexifrenchie (05/02/2016) [-]
Re that article:


"Hey guys look at me, I had a life-changing moment where I discovered my resilient confidence, I love myself so much, I'm great in so many ways!"


Yeah totally, until you need to be confident, until you are tested in any way that even makes you slightly uncomfortable, then you slip into that bed again. What a fucking loser, no mental strength, no ability to hold herself above things she considers petty.

I won't even get into her comedy because I may wind up breaking my keyboard over my knee.

#65 - migueldecervantes (05/03/2016) [-]
Obstacles make us grow, not compliments.
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#28 - iamkagji (05/02/2016) [-]
By their definition she did, but not by any reasonable one
#27 - LewdFlapjack (05/02/2016) [-]
No, she didn't rape him. She simply took advantage of a drunk dude. People need to stop letting drunk people off the hook for doing things when they're drunk. Usually women claim men raped them if the woman gets too drunk to say no. It's not rape. It's bad decisions on everyone's part. "Oh, but Lewd, they were too drunk to say no!" When someone is too drunk to drive and hit a person with their car, we don't blame the person who got hit for being there, we blame the jackass who drank way too much and got in a car. If you get wasted and someone takes advantage of you, too bad. Don't drink that much and you won't do dumb shit. And before you claim I have no idea what I'm talking about: I've done plenty of stupid shit because I got too drunk to function. Do I blame others? Fuck no. I Blame myself for getting that wasted in the first place. We as a society need to get back to a place where we take responsibility for our actions.
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#33 - badink (05/02/2016) [-]
so if someone fucked you in the asshole because you where so drunk you had no idea what was going on its therefor your own fault? do you realize what you sound like? if you cant get consent then its rape dude. Simple as that. Did you even read the article? This guy was so fucked up he couldn't even stay awake. you switch the genders and you know what kinda backlash that shit would garner? Amy Schumer admitted he couldn't even get hard. Thats fucking rape dude.
#85 - LewdFlapjack (05/03/2016) [-]
Just to be sure I'm right, I went through the article again.

Cornell law professor and and Judicial my well endowed daddyistrator of Cornell University stated that when either or both partners have been drinking that "Misinterpretation [of consent] when either party has been drinking falls on the initiator of further sexual activity." This means that if a drunk person initiated sex, even with a sober person, than it is the drunk person's responsibility.

In the article, the drunk guy initiated every step. He called her, he threw her onto the bed and began kissing her, he started fingering her, and finally initiated his sad soft attempt at penetration. So, no it was not even legally rape. You are just plain wrong.
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#87 - badink (05/03/2016) [-]
btw whats with the who my well endowed daddy thing? going to assume that wasnt part of the article
#88 - LewdFlapjack (05/03/2016) [-]
It autocorrected a.d.m.i.n to my well endowed daddy
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#89 - badink (05/03/2016) [-]
what.

my well endowed daddy
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#91 - badink (05/03/2016) [-]
oh my god it really did
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#86 - badink (05/03/2016) [-]
Of further sexual activity. Amy was the one who kept it going. She kept waking him up and kept the sex going. In the article it she admits that he kept falling asleep.
#90 - LewdFlapjack (05/03/2016) [-]
He's the one who initiated oral though, and according to the law, initiation is a form of consent.
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#93 - badink (05/03/2016) [-]
Read the whole article, next time post the whole link please?"failure to recognize that the victim was too drunk to consent is no defense to a charge of sexual assault as defined by the Cornell Code . . . The responsibility for ascertaining [complainant’s] mental state rested upon [accused student], as did the risk of failing to do so.” Quoted from the article. She knew he was way to drunk, She had a responsibility in assessing him and she failed to do so. He was to impaired to give legal consent man
#100 - LewdFlapjack (05/03/2016) [-]
A lawyer would argue that since he initiated sex, he gave consent through initiation, and the case would be thrown out because you just provided what could be called a "flimsy as fuck argument."
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#103 - badink (05/03/2016) [-]
You do realize the quote i used was from the same page you used right? and it wouldnt matter since he was to impaired to give legal consent! in the original article itself the laws in the state it happened said the act was legal rape.
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#78 - mtndewisgreat (05/03/2016) [-]
I think you missed the point. You are essentially saying that because you decided to get so drunk you can't tell what's going on it's someone else's fault for making a judgement call. What??? I don't know where you live, but in USA when you are drunk you are liable for your actions. You understand the risks involved in what you're doing, you just don't care. This has been proven time and time again, it's on cop shows all the time. The end all argument here is, do you think that when you get drunk you take no responsibility for your actions?
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#80 - badink (05/03/2016) [-]
I live in Las Vegas asshat. Both you and lewd cant seem to understand the concept of consent. She doesnt have legal consent therefor she raped him. He was not in the proper state of mind. Im not saying to not be responsible for your actions but the are laws in place for these kind of things.
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#82 - mtndewisgreat (05/03/2016) [-]
First of all, rude. Second, that is only favorable to you in court. As iamkagji said, reasonable definition is different than this vulture crap. Sounds like you just don't want to take responsibility for your actions, you'd rather shoot up heroin and plead "I was not in the correct state of mind, I didn't really mean to kill these orphans."
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#83 - badink (05/03/2016) [-]
Yes, court, as in the LEGAL system. I've never said anything about not accepting your actions im saying that legally Amy raped him. It doesnt matter if you disagree with the law or not, since you know, its the law.
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#92 - mtndewisgreat (05/03/2016) [-]
"Im saying that he couldnt give proper consent since he was to fucked up to function." That sounds a lot like not accepting your actions. Also, the law is not the same as court dude. Court is the muddy waters where anything can be argued and resolved in the specific situation it calls for. The law states explicitly opposite of what you state. He initiated sex with her, therefore even though he was wasted the law states it was a form of consent. You do realize that right?
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#97 - badink (05/03/2016) [-]
If your talking about the article that lewd quoted then its about who kept it going, which was Amy. She has to be responsibly for he actions aswell. She took advantage of a man who was way to impaired to give legal consent and had sex with him. Her collage, at the time, considered it rape.
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#99 - mtndewisgreat (05/03/2016) [-]
Yeah, her college. Not any law system. The actual law is a little more solid than a lousy college system. They would say whatever to get more money.
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#101 - badink (05/03/2016) [-]
You do realize that the proof that lewd used was from a university right? Its still lawful rape. in the original article itself they prove that it was considered lawful rape. Ill say it agian, he was to impaired to give legal consent, she continued the encounter and kept waking him up to have sex.
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#114 - mtndewisgreat (05/03/2016) [-]
Okay I take back what I said then, but that wasn't really the point. I'm just getting off topic because you fail to see the logic behind all this. I just can't understand a system that allows a person to get so drunk they can't make basic decisions, and then blame someone else for whatever ensues. Doesn't anyone stand by their actions anymore? Or does everyone believe that they are entitled to decide to get totally wasted and have someone else take the blame for whatever happens? They CHOSE to get drunk. They knew what they were signing up for, yet it's still not their fault for their own decision. Are you sure this doesn't sound like any bit of sense? Not even a little?
#37 - LewdFlapjack (05/02/2016) [-]
There's an obvious difference between someone who is passed out and someone who is wasted. If that dude had been passed out and she climbed up on his dick then yeah, that'd be rape. He showed up at her room with the clear intent of wanting to fuck her in that moment. The fact that he was wasted is irrelevant. He was conscious when they mutually initiated the sex. I'm not talking about sex without consent. The argument is whether you can give consent while drunk and the answer is yes. Think before you respond this time, you fucking inbred.
#64 - fawkwayne (05/03/2016) [-]
Dickweed, the definition of rape is sex without consent. If you are reasonably fucked up, most people would agree that you aren't able to legally consent to anything.
#94 - mtndewisgreat (05/03/2016) [-]
Those "most people" are 3rd wave feminists and apparently you.
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#109 - fawkwayne (05/03/2016) [-]
>Those "most people" are 3rd wave feminists and apparently you.
You do realize that by "reasonably fucked up" I mean that you clearly can't make proper decisions for yourself, right? There's a difference between some twat claiming rape because he/she regrets it and somebody who could barely speak let alone give consent. Go back to your basement and take off the damn fedora, you don't even look good wearing it.
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#113 - mtndewisgreat (05/03/2016) [-]
I don't understand, if you can't make decisions by yourself and lose complete control of your decision making, why is it legal? This is just a huge argument because women don't have the same punishment as men do. I think no matter how black out drunk I am, when I make a decision I stand by it. It doesn't matter since I decided to get that drunk. I know fully well what I'm deciding even if I'm intoxicated, even if I don't care as much as I should. It pains me to my core to think that people believe they can just go get drunk, and say that they were unable to give consent therefore it's rape. You are essentially saying that as long as I can get drunk, I can get away with saying it was the alcohol's fault, not mine for my own actions that I just did and now regret. You can't tell a gay retard like myself that that doesn't sound backwards just a little bit, doesn't it?
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#115 - fawkwayne (05/03/2016) [-]
I'm not talking casual drunk, I'm talking when it is visibly clear that you probably couldn't walk yourself to your room, let alone give consent for something as intimate as sex. You clearly haven't been blackout drunk if you haven't done something you regret once you find out what you've done, or you're just that terrible of a human being that you don't care.
#40 - LewdFlapjack (05/02/2016) [-]
He called her and asked her to come over. He initiated it. I'm done arguing. I just hope that you one day have drunken sex with a girl who regrets it, claims you raped her because she was drunk, and as your life is falling down around you maybe you'll take a good look at yourself and realize you're a fucking idiot.
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#42 - badink (05/02/2016) [-]
Thanks for proving my point. When a man does it its rape right? but when a girl does it its perfectly a-okay! I'll state it one more time since you cant seem to comprehend what im trying to tell you. Hell ill even dumb it down! He was not in the right mind, therefore he could not give consent.
#44 - LewdFlapjack (05/02/2016) [-]
I never said it's right for anyone to do. I'm completely against anyone getting away with the "I was drunk therefore I was raped" argument. Where the fuck did I say I thought ANYONE should get away with that shit.
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#48 - badink (05/02/2016) [-]
You're missing the point... Look. If i had sex with a drunken girl, while sober, and she says i raped her? Im getting a rape charge. But the same thing happened with a man and what happened? She gets support and people claim that it wasnt rape. My problem with you is that you said that you hope for me to have sex pft like that will happen with a drunk girl and get a rape charge. Thats what happened in Amy's confession. She had sex with someone that wasnt in the right state of mind who couldnt legally give consent.

And you did say that its right when you said, and I quote, "I just hope that you one day have drunken sex with a girl who regrets it, claims you raped her because she was drunk, and as your life is falling down around you maybe you'll take a good look at yourself and realize you're a fucking idiot.". Get your shit together you hypocrite.
#51 - LewdFlapjack (05/02/2016) [-]
I never said it was right, though. I just gave that as an example to show you how fucked the logic is. My belief is that it is not rape if you have sex with a drunk person. It's not morally right, but it's not rape either. My point is that you and Amy should not get a rape charge, in fact, it's hypocritical of you to say that you don't deserve a charge in that situation and she does. I used that situation as an example to point out the kind of shit logic that you are supporting when you claim that the situation described in that article was rape.
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#53 - badink (05/02/2016) [-]
I never said that i wouldn't deserve a rape charge. If i had sex, while sober, with a girl so plastered she couldn't even function, i raped her. Amy Schumer did the same thing and she raped him too. Im not talking drunk as in, "oh man im feeling a lil loose and im ready to have fun". Im talking about when your so fucked up you cant even stay awake.

While there are situations where woman do cry wolf when it comes to drunken sex, this is not one of those situations. Theres a difference between shame at have sex and taking it back, and not giving consent because you where not of the right state of mind.
#52 - LewdFlapjack (05/02/2016) [-]
Don't get me wrong, Amy's a shit person for doing what she did as is every sober person who has sex with someone that drunk. But she did not force him to do anything he didn't want to do.
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#54 - badink (05/02/2016) [-]
He couldnt even get hard dude.
#56 - LewdFlapjack (05/03/2016) [-]
Just because he didn't get hard doesn't mean he didn't want to fuck her. Booze makes it impossible for some dudes to get it up when they've had a lot to drink.
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#60 - badink (05/03/2016) [-]
That changes nothing. I swear to god its like the point im making just keeps going over your head...

Okay. Women gets blackout drunk, calls random guy to have sex with, proceeds to fall asleep throughout the whole act, but the guy keeps waking her up so they can continue. She literally had no control over herself and was not in the right state of mind. I bet that would cause a huge rape controversy right? Well thats what happened except the genders where switched. Amy took advantage of the guy because she wanted to feel accepted. Bottom line is that she raped him.
#66 - LewdFlapjack (05/03/2016) [-]
I understand that and in both cases what they did was morally wrong but in neither case is it rape, so there should not be a rape controversy. I understand your point, repeating it over and over again accomplishes nothing. You do understand that I'm not saying that because it was a woman doing it to a man that its not rape right? I'm saying it isn't rape because it isn't rape. A man could do the same thing she did to a woman and it still wouldn't be rape. There may be a controversy or whatever the fuck, but it's still not rape. By all means though, continue to be completely condescending.
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#68 - badink (05/03/2016) [-]
How is it not rape then? She had sex with dubious consent with a man not in the right state of mind. Thats legally rape.
#70 - LewdFlapjack (05/03/2016) [-]
If you read her account, he was obviously into it. He was actively trying to ram his soft whiskey dick into her sloppy ham wallet. Let's turn this around. If the gender's were swapped, and a girl was drunkenly trying to ride a sober person and kept falling off and the dude went with it, would he be raping her? I would say no. But in our society, if she decided "Oh shit, that was a mistake, I should say he raped me so that people don't think I'm a whore," she would get away with it. That's wrong, and that's what your type of thinking leads to. People should be responsible for what they do when they're drunk. If they aren't okay with drunkenly agreeing to sex that they probably shouldn't, it's their own fault for drinking that much in the first place. Now you're going to go full circle and imply that I think having fucking someone who is actually unconscious is okay and not rape, when I said no such thing. It's easy to predict because you argue like a feminist.
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#74 - badink (05/03/2016) [-]
What? I havent even said anything that would imply that. Jesus dude calm down. Im saying that he couldnt give proper consent since he was to fucked up to function. I never said he didnt want sex. And your still missing the point. He couldnt give legal consent for gods sake, or do you not even know what the word means? That would actually explain alot... Like i said before, there's a huge difference between being inebriated and to fucked up to function. Most of the false rape accusations come from guilt. This, unlike those guilt ridden collage girls who want to protect their image, is legal rape you fucking mongrel.
#76 - LewdFlapjack (05/03/2016) [-]
I disagree. Drunk people should be held accountable for what they do.
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#77 - badink (05/03/2016) [-]
That doesnt change the fact its legal rape.
#79 - LewdFlapjack (05/03/2016) [-]
And I'm saying the law should change. The law shouldn't protect idiots from the consequences of their own actions.
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#38 - badink (05/02/2016) [-]
One, he didnt show up to her room, she showed up to his. Secondly, he kept falling asleep in the middle of the act. He was so fucked up he couldnt even function. Maybe you should read the article before you give your worthless opinions. I've been black out drunk before and i did some crazy and stupid shit during the time. Was it my fault? Yes. Did i mean half the shit i said? No. Consent cannot be given if they are not of the right state of mind.
#41 - LewdFlapjack (05/02/2016) [-]
>>#40
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#29 - polarpulse (05/02/2016) [-]
its not everyday i come accross good posts like this, sometimes i have to wait around a post that i know will get some guy to post a long paragraph like this

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#30 - LewdFlapjack (05/02/2016) [-]
Uh... yw?
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#31 - polarpulse (05/02/2016) [-]
dont talk to me like that
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