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Re: Imagine if men were afraid to walk home alone at night

Post by HBS Guy » 23 Oct 2018, 17:24

I deleted a second post just now.

I want debate not rants, DRAH.

Re: Imagine if men were afraid to walk home alone at night

Post by Bongalong » 23 Oct 2018, 16:43

HBS Guy wrote:DRAH, I deleted one of your posts and I strongly suggest you calm down.

We want debate, not just calling other members fuckheads etc. They may well be fuckheads but address your remarks to the content of their posts not the contents of their heads!

Mate, why are you picking on me?

Ya know these idiots just drive you round with circular conversation to be absolute c-words!

Re: Imagine if men were afraid to walk home alone at night

Post by HBS Guy » 23 Oct 2018, 16:37

DRAH, I deleted one of your posts and I strongly suggest you calm down.

We want debate, not just calling other members fuckheads etc. They may well be fuckheads but address your remarks to the content of their posts not the contents of their heads!

Re: Imagine if men were afraid to walk home alone at night

Post by fisherman » 22 Oct 2018, 03:22

pinkeye wrote:Nah Aussie, that's the Old West, where certain rules applied.

These days..?? all rules are OFF.


The only rule that applied back then was -- don't just go and kill anyone because pretty much everyone was carrying a Colt Peacemaker and will shoot a hole in your heart. Which stopped a lot of people to just go and randomly kill. Now, with gun bans almost everywhere, thugs kill way more! Because they know they're meeting an unarmed victim.

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Re: Imagine if men were afraid to walk home alone at night

Post by pinkeye » 22 Oct 2018, 02:16

Nah Aussie, that's the Old West, where certain rules applied.

These days..?? all rules are OFF.

Re: Imagine if men were afraid to walk home alone at night

Post by mothra » 21 Oct 2018, 17:06

dissilymordentroge wrote:
johnsmith wrote:
Imagine if men were afraid to walk home alone at night


firstly, the politicians would take the matter more seriously

Hardly ever seriously if they are gay men.

During the early days of the AIDS epidemic in Victoria significant numbers of gay men were bashed in parks and on beats. A group of us nasty fairies trained in a variety of martial arts disciplines formed a vigilante group (with the advice of the police). Hanging back in the dark until someone was attacked we emerged and took care of the bashers. I have to confess I enjoyed thumping these thugs. One of the larger scale incidents where five of us took on six poofta bashers and mangled them properly ended up in court. We learnt something very interesting from the defendants barrister just before the trial. None of the group of poof bashers had dared tell family or friends what had happened to them. Too embarrassing to be thumped senseless by a fag?
As to women being so frequently attacked I have no immediate solution but remember something Germaine Greer said to me decades ago that I never fully understood. “Gay men will never be liberated until women are finally free and safe” I know there’s some kind of truth buried in that claim but I still haven’t sorted it out.

Another event I recall in this context happened when walking past a construction side with a female friend. ’Sally’ was a short, very feminine dyke who’d spent her early childhood living at the Salvation Army Mission to Seamen in Port Melbourne with her parents who managed the place. She had been taught to defend herself by her old man, an ex-professional boxer.
Walking past a construction site a worker yelled to Sally “Hey love, how’d ya like a cock like a horses’ shoved up that tight little fanny” . Sally walked onto the site and up to this bloke and in her usual soft feminine voice asked him “Did you just make an offer no real lady could refuse?” “Yeh Lady” was the response to which she answered “Well guess what, I'm no fuckin lady” and upper cut him unconscious. All the other male workers on the site cheered her. Bet they gave their unconscious mate a real send up when he came to.



There's a thread on here somewhere that i started about a young gay guy who was being beaten up by a bunch of cowards and was spectacularly rescued by a flock of fully decked out drag queens. Those girls beat the little shits to a pulp ... wigs and heels flying everywhere.

Love it so very much.

Re: Imagine if men were afraid to walk home alone at night

Post by Aussie » 21 Oct 2018, 16:20

Texan wrote:
Aussie wrote:Sure. But.......wouldn't it be better that the citizens left their guns with the Sherrif at the City Limits?

I've carried my gun everywhere for 10 years. Nobody has ever seen my gun. I've hugged hundreds of people and worked in the church nursery on Mothers Day with a gun on my hip. Nobody has ever seen it. Texas has well over 1 million people carrying legally and they commit crimes at less than 1/10 the rate of the average Texan.

I didn't mean to turn this into a discussion about guns. I just don't think people should be able to dictate who can be out and about conducting life. I've worked in 33 US states and most of that is without a gun. Getting out in public to work is my livelihood and I don't take kindly to being told I shouldn't be able to get out.


Texan, I acknowledge that there is no way I or anyone outside (maybe even inside) the US can persuade Texans or any others in the USA to get rid of the 2nd Amendment. That is never going to happen, and I can understand the historical relevance of the times when that Amendment was passed. Still......from Down Under looking at what seems to be almost weekly mass shootings, I am content that we ditched the guns after Port Arthur.

:beer

Re: Imagine if men were afraid to walk home alone at night

Post by Texan » 21 Oct 2018, 16:07

Aussie wrote:Sure. But.......wouldn't it be better that the citizens left their guns with the Sherrif at the City Limits?

I've carried my gun everywhere for 10 years. Nobody has ever seen my gun. I've hugged hundreds of people and worked in the church nursery on Mothers Day with a gun on my hip. Nobody has ever seen it. Texas has well over 1 million people carrying legally and they commit crimes at less than 1/10 the rate of the average Texan.

I didn't mean to turn this into a discussion about guns. I just don't think people should be able to dictate who can be out and about conducting life. I've worked in 33 US states and most of that is without a gun. Getting out in public to work is my livelihood and I don't take kindly to being told I shouldn't be able to get out.

Re: Imagine if men were afraid to walk home alone at night

Post by fisherman » 21 Oct 2018, 16:06

Texan wrote:Is crime really bad enough that people are wanting to put curfews on certain people? Are parts of society sheepish enough to agree to this?

I intentionally raised my family in as nice an area as I could afford and I take many precautions and stay aware of my surroundings. It's just wise to do so, but I will not let people dictate where or when I go to any place I'm legally allowed to be. I'd have to give up my job if I had to stay out of inner city neighborhoods at night time. On the other side, I don't go looking for trouble. I'm fortunate to live in a place where I am allowed to protect myself without excessive fear of prosecution. It's a great deterrent.

Oi you're from the other forum. Gooday, mate. I'm Bulgarica.

Re: Imagine if men were afraid to walk home alone at night

Post by Aussie » 21 Oct 2018, 15:52

Sure. But.......wouldn't it be better that the citizens left their guns with the Sherrif at the City Limits?

Re: Imagine if men were afraid to walk home alone at night

Post by Texan » 21 Oct 2018, 15:50

Aussie wrote:
Texan wrote:Is crime really bad enough that people are wanting to put curfews on certain people? Are parts of society sheepish enough to agree to this?

I intentionally raised my family in as nice an area as I could afford and I take many precautions and stay aware of my surroundings. It's just wise to do so, but I will not let people dictate where or when I go to any place I'm legally allowed to be. I'd have to give up my job if I had to stay out of inner city neighborhoods at night time. On the other side, I don't go looking for trouble. I'm fortunate to live in a place where I am allowed to protect myself without excessive fear of prosecution. It's a great deterrent.


I guess we all do pretty much the same. But.......no guns here......not legally anyway. Texas likely has pretty liberal gun carrying Laws. Not too sure I'd want that. Sort of means that the bloke better armed wins the day?

Nobody wins a gunfight. Ultimately, you will have to answer for your actions to authorities. Even if you are cleared of wrong doing, there will be some level of guilt. But the saying still holds true. Better to be judged by 12 than carried by 6.

Re: Imagine if men were afraid to walk home alone at night

Post by Aussie » 21 Oct 2018, 15:29

Texan wrote:Is crime really bad enough that people are wanting to put curfews on certain people? Are parts of society sheepish enough to agree to this?

I intentionally raised my family in as nice an area as I could afford and I take many precautions and stay aware of my surroundings. It's just wise to do so, but I will not let people dictate where or when I go to any place I'm legally allowed to be. I'd have to give up my job if I had to stay out of inner city neighborhoods at night time. On the other side, I don't go looking for trouble. I'm fortunate to live in a place where I am allowed to protect myself without excessive fear of prosecution. It's a great deterrent.


I guess we all do pretty much the same. But.......no guns here......not legally anyway. Texas likely has pretty liberal gun carrying Laws. Not too sure I'd want that. Sort of means that the bloke better armed wins the day?

Re: Imagine if men were afraid to walk home alone at night

Post by Texan » 21 Oct 2018, 15:25

Is crime really bad enough that people are wanting to put curfews on certain people? Are parts of society sheepish enough to agree to this?

I intentionally raised my family in as nice an area as I could afford and I take many precautions and stay aware of my surroundings. It's just wise to do so, but I will not let people dictate where or when I go to any place I'm legally allowed to be. I'd have to give up my job if I had to stay out of inner city neighborhoods at night time. On the other side, I don't go looking for trouble. I'm fortunate to live in a place where I am allowed to protect myself without excessive fear of prosecution. It's a great deterrent.

Re: Imagine if men were afraid to walk home alone at night

Post by fisherman » 21 Oct 2018, 03:30

HBS Guy wrote:70 is the new 30! I tell myself that at least 20 times a day.

30 is bad. I'm almost 28. I feel old already. I used to sleep 4-5 hours a day 6-7 years ago. Now I sleep 10-12 hrs on weekends.

Re: Imagine if men were afraid to walk home alone at night

Post by fisherman » 21 Oct 2018, 03:29

johnsmith wrote:
dissilymordentroge wrote:
johnsmith wrote:
Imagine if men were afraid to walk home alone at night


firstly, the politicians would take the matter more seriously

Hardly ever seriously if they are gay men.

During the early days of the AIDS epidemic in Victoria significant numbers of gay men were bashed in parks and on beats. A group of us nasty fairies trained in a variety of martial arts disciplines formed a vigilante group (with the advice of the police). Hanging back in the dark until someone was attacked we emerged and took care of the bashers. I have to confess I enjoyed thumping these thugs. One of the larger scale incidents where five of us took on six poofta bashers and mangled them properly ended up in court. We learnt something very interesting from the defendants barrister just before the trial. None of the group of poof bashers had dared tell family or friends what had happened to them. Too embarrassing to be thumped senseless by a fag?
As to women being so frequently attacked I have no immediate solution but remember something Germaine Greer said to me decades ago that I never fully understood. “Gay men will never be liberated until women are finally free and safe” I know there’s some kind of truth buried in that claim but I still haven’t sorted it out.

Another event I recall in this context happened when walking past a construction side with a female friend. ’Sally’ was a short, very feminine dyke who’d spent her early childhood living at the Salvation Army Mission to Seamen in Port Melbourne with her parents who managed the place. She had been taught to defend herself by her old man, an ex-professional boxer.
Walking past a construction site a worker yelled to Sally “Hey love, how’d ya like a cock like a horses’ shoved up that tight little fanny” . Sally walked onto the site and up to this bloke and in her usual soft feminine voice asked him “Did you just make an offer no real lady could refuse?” “Yeh Lady” was the response to which she answered “Well guess what, I'm no fuckin lady” and upper cut him unconscious. All the other male workers on the site cheered her. Bet they gave their unconscious mate a real send up when he came to.


I found more often hen not they're cowards, attacking only when they think they have the numbers.

Like stray dogs. Strays gain "power" when they're with their stray buds, the fuckaroos. Cowards.

Re: Imagine if men were afraid to walk home alone at night

Post by HBS Guy » 20 Oct 2018, 16:05

I can believe it while the arthritis is mild.

Re: Imagine if men were afraid to walk home alone at night

Post by dissilymordentroge » 20 Oct 2018, 15:53

HBS Guy wrote:70 is the new 30! I tell myself that at least 20 times a day.

Mate I try to tell myself that but my worn out old body argues with me all the time.

Re: Imagine if men were afraid to walk home alone at night

Post by HBS Guy » 20 Oct 2018, 15:49

70 is the new 30! I tell myself that at least 20 times a day.

Re: Imagine if men were afraid to walk home alone at night

Post by dissilymordentroge » 20 Oct 2018, 15:47

johnsmith wrote:I found more often than not they're cowards, attacking only when they think they have the numbers.

True, but often when they did have overwhelming advantage in numbers we thrashed them. It worked in our favour that we trained together every week for months before going out into the world and during the entire time we were ot there. As we had a number of black belts with varying martial disciplines and spent a lot of effort teaching each other new techniques we were eventually a very potent team. Something I forget to mention: two of our members were straight women who’d worked on AIDS care teams. One of them was absolute dynamite and still is , even now in her 70’s.

Re: Imagine if men were afraid to walk home alone at night

Post by johnsmith » 20 Oct 2018, 14:01

dissilymordentroge wrote:
johnsmith wrote:
Imagine if men were afraid to walk home alone at night


firstly, the politicians would take the matter more seriously

Hardly ever seriously if they are gay men.

During the early days of the AIDS epidemic in Victoria significant numbers of gay men were bashed in parks and on beats. A group of us nasty fairies trained in a variety of martial arts disciplines formed a vigilante group (with the advice of the police). Hanging back in the dark until someone was attacked we emerged and took care of the bashers. I have to confess I enjoyed thumping these thugs. One of the larger scale incidents where five of us took on six poofta bashers and mangled them properly ended up in court. We learnt something very interesting from the defendants barrister just before the trial. None of the group of poof bashers had dared tell family or friends what had happened to them. Too embarrassing to be thumped senseless by a fag?
As to women being so frequently attacked I have no immediate solution but remember something Germaine Greer said to me decades ago that I never fully understood. “Gay men will never be liberated until women are finally free and safe” I know there’s some kind of truth buried in that claim but I still haven’t sorted it out.

Another event I recall in this context happened when walking past a construction side with a female friend. ’Sally’ was a short, very feminine dyke who’d spent her early childhood living at the Salvation Army Mission to Seamen in Port Melbourne with her parents who managed the place. She had been taught to defend herself by her old man, an ex-professional boxer.
Walking past a construction site a worker yelled to Sally “Hey love, how’d ya like a cock like a horses’ shoved up that tight little fanny” . Sally walked onto the site and up to this bloke and in her usual soft feminine voice asked him “Did you just make an offer no real lady could refuse?” “Yeh Lady” was the response to which she answered “Well guess what, I'm no fuckin lady” and upper cut him unconscious. All the other male workers on the site cheered her. Bet they gave their unconscious mate a real send up when he came to.


I found more often hen not they're cowards, attacking only when they think they have the numbers.

Re: Imagine if men were afraid to walk home alone at night

Post by johnsmith » 20 Oct 2018, 13:59

fisherman wrote:
johnsmith wrote:
fisherman wrote:Roles switched. I believe so, yes.


and what was the excuse when someone had their skull cracked by a bottle pre feminism?


"Merkel will fix it" – pretty much. I'm registered on a German community, we know each other. They shared some pretty twisted stuff with me. One of the guys said after "migrants" came, most of the smart Germans moved out and started renting their apartments to "migrants". The owners of these apts. moved to expensive areas and isolated communities. The Muslims took over forming GHETTOS and the local population that stayed there, or have an apartments in these buildings, got done.

The excuse of most of the people is "Merkel will fix it. She will understand."

They call Merkel "Mutti" there, which translated into English means "mother". YouTube is full of interviews of Germans that are afraid to speak up. You won't see a German to come here and openly post a comment. You won't see them swear because they're shitting their pants all the time, the Bosh.

Sorry. No respect for them. I made my holidays there before but no more. :Hi

Can't expect a moron to give you logic. If you let a German in the Outback he'll pull out his phone and start calling for help. If he sees a snake he'll scream. If he sees a crock he'll call his mommy. They aren't used to this thing. They had Hitler to guide them before, and they have someone to guide them now. Mammas boys.

Few exceptions, like this community I told you about, but we're 20 the active people there lol. That's not much compared to 80 million or more people.


you didn't answer the question. Pre feminism, merkel wasn't even born so your answer wasn't even relevant.
As to what some guys on a German forum say, I wouldn't pay to much attention to it. I can direct you to an Aussie site that's full of homophobes, xenophobes and islamaphobes, they'll convince you Australia is on the way to becoming he next Kabul. For someone not familiar with Australia they'd be forgiven for believing them. But most Australians however would laugh and tell you it was a load of bullshit.

Re: Imagine if men were afraid to walk home alone at night

Post by dissilymordentroge » 20 Oct 2018, 12:54

johnsmith wrote:
Imagine if men were afraid to walk home alone at night


firstly, the politicians would take the matter more seriously

Hardly ever seriously if they are gay men.

During the early days of the AIDS epidemic in Victoria significant numbers of gay men were bashed in parks and on beats. A group of us nasty fairies trained in a variety of martial arts disciplines formed a vigilante group (with the advice of the police). Hanging back in the dark until someone was attacked we emerged and took care of the bashers. I have to confess I enjoyed thumping these thugs. One of the larger scale incidents where five of us took on six poofta bashers and mangled them properly ended up in court. We learnt something very interesting from the defendants barrister just before the trial. None of the group of poof bashers had dared tell family or friends what had happened to them. Too embarrassing to be thumped senseless by a fag?
As to women being so frequently attacked I have no immediate solution but remember something Germaine Greer said to me decades ago that I never fully understood. “Gay men will never be liberated until women are finally free and safe” I know there’s some kind of truth buried in that claim but I still haven’t sorted it out.

Another event I recall in this context happened when walking past a construction side with a female friend. ’Sally’ was a short, very feminine dyke who’d spent her early childhood living at the Salvation Army Mission to Seamen in Port Melbourne with her parents who managed the place. She had been taught to defend herself by her old man, an ex-professional boxer.
Walking past a construction site a worker yelled to Sally “Hey love, how’d ya like a cock like a horses’ shoved up that tight little fanny” . Sally walked onto the site and up to this bloke and in her usual soft feminine voice asked him “Did you just make an offer no real lady could refuse?” “Yeh Lady” was the response to which she answered “Well guess what, I'm no fuckin lady” and upper cut him unconscious. All the other male workers on the site cheered her. Bet they gave their unconscious mate a real send up when he came to.

Re: Imagine if men were afraid to walk home alone at night

Post by fisherman » 20 Oct 2018, 11:42

johnsmith wrote:
fisherman wrote:Roles switched. I believe so, yes.


and what was the excuse when someone had their skull cracked by a bottle pre feminism?


"Merkel will fix it" – pretty much. I'm registered on a German community, we know each other. They shared some pretty twisted stuff with me. One of the guys said after "migrants" came, most of the smart Germans moved out and started renting their apartments to "migrants". The owners of these apts. moved to expensive areas and isolated communities. The Muslims took over forming GHETTOS and the local population that stayed there, or have an apartments in these buildings, got done.

The excuse of most of the people is "Merkel will fix it. She will understand."

They call Merkel "Mutti" there, which translated into English means "mother". YouTube is full of interviews of Germans that are afraid to speak up. You won't see a German to come here and openly post a comment. You won't see them swear because they're shitting their pants all the time, the Bosh.

Sorry. No respect for them. I made my holidays there before but no more. :Hi

Can't expect a moron to give you logic. If you let a German in the Outback he'll pull out his phone and start calling for help. If he sees a snake he'll scream. If he sees a crock he'll call his mommy. They aren't used to this thing. They had Hitler to guide them before, and they have someone to guide them now. Mammas boys.

Few exceptions, like this community I told you about, but we're 20 the active people there lol. That's not much compared to 80 million or more people.

Re: Imagine if men were afraid to walk home alone at night

Post by johnsmith » 20 Oct 2018, 10:27

fisherman wrote:Roles switched. I believe so, yes.


and what was the excuse when someone had their skull cracked by a bottle pre feminism?

Re: Imagine if men were afraid to walk home alone at night

Post by fisherman » 20 Oct 2018, 10:20

johnsmith wrote:
fisherman wrote:An Afghani migrant unprovoked opens a Germany boy's skull with a beer bottle:


and that's the fault of feminism?

Roles switched. I believe so, yes.

Feminised men too soft, and fakely masculined females that think are strong but the first sign of trouble and they're shitting their pants and praying and ranting on Twitter and on Facebook.

Then strong fishermen like me should go and save their ass.

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