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Main / Re: THANK YOU, Dr. EVIL
May 20, 2006, 10:08 AM
Quote from: "contrarymary"
I realized I have never thanked you, either publicly or privately, for all your hard work with this board.  It can't be easy, but you do a great job.  What prompted me to post right now was your fair treatment of manhoodsbliss.  

I am posting publicly rather than privately so that others who feel so inclined can include their gratitude.

Thanks so much to you and all your moderators - this board is a wonderful place, and it's due to your fine efforts.

It seems that way at first, and for awhile even, But I was banned as Daksdaddy and most likely subsequently as this username. I maintain that my banning was due to misread intent... The good Doctor anthropomorphized me into something he thought I was. He was incorrect.

But thanks for time anyway.
Quote from: "Gonzokid"

What a fucking pathetic joke this cunt is.

Good thing, wimmin like this are rare.  :roll:
Quote from: "Quentin0352"
Hey, they have already determined that the man can STILL be nailed for child support if he donated sperm with an agreement he would have nothing to do with the child so why anyone would do it is beyond me anymore. All you are doing is helping radical feminists in many cases and you can be required later to pay for the child anyways.

Hey, hold the man responsible no matter what and protect women from their own demands they make seems to be how our society works anymore. After all, men are the root of all evil.

Yeah. And they seem to keep pushin for this. Don't they?
Funny thing is, and this is just based on my own personal expierience.
People (Men) can only be pushed so far.

A 15-year-old boy born from anonymously-donated sperm used an online DNA-testing service and the Internet to track down his genetic father, a feat which suggests that promises of donor secrecy are worthless, the British weekly New Scientist reports on Saturday.

The boy, who was not named, started the hunt for his biological father by rubbing a swab along the inside of his cheek, putting it in a vial and sending it off to an online US DNA genealogy service, with a payment of 289 dollars (240 euros).

The service, designed to help people uncover their family tree, matched the boy's Y chromosome -- which passes from father to son, virtually unchanged -- against a databank of Y chromosomes from other men.

After nine months, he was contacted by two men whose Y chromosomes closely matched his own.

Neither men knew each other, but the similarity between their Y chromosomes suggested there was a 50-percent chance that all three had the same father, grandfather or great-grandfather.

In addition, both men had the same last name, although with different spellings.

Using this vital clue, the boy launched his Internet search.

Although his donor had been anonymous, the boy's mother had been told the man's date and place of birth and his college degree.

Using another online service, the boy purchased the names of everyone who had been born in the same place on the same day.

"Only one man had the surname he was looking for, and within 10 days he had made contact," New Scientist says.

The news will be unsettling to any man who donated sperm before the advent of the Internet and before the power of genetics was fully appreciated, the magazine says.

"With the explosion of information about genetic inheritance, any man who has donated sperm could potentially be found by his biological offspring.

"Absent and unknown fathers will also become easier to trace."

In some countries, sperm donors are required by law to allow their identity to be revealed to their children once their offspring reaches a certain age.

In others, though, including the United States, most sperm donors are still anonymous.

Personally, I think this is a good thing. The feminuts wont be able to get sperm anymore. That is of course only If the mainstream media publishes this news. (highly unlikely)
Main / Attack of the Radfem
Nov 01, 2005, 10:17 PM
Quote from: "neonsamurai"
Amynda said:
Of course, I would only say these things if didn't consider you MRAs to be a bunch of pathetic crybabies with small dicks for whom hanging is too kind.

I thought you guys said Amynda was a psycho? She seems okay to me.

Not really "psycho" so much as "Not too Bright". Thank god for all that "Female" empathy, and thier ability to observe situations from several perspectives.
Quote from: "Bilbo"
I eagerly await the WI's undoubtedly well-informed response...

"How women are unfairly targeted by nuclear waste."

I'm quite serious.


If I wasn't laughing. I'd be crying. Your probably fuckin right.
!6 year old "playing head-games" With an adult? Mother?

She is Whack!
Main / Chemistry Of A Woman
Oct 30, 2005, 04:17 PM
Element : Woman
Symbol : Wo (woe is me)
Atomic mass : Accepted as 53.6 kg may vary from 40 - 200 kg
Occurrence : Plentiful quantities in all urban areas

Physical properties :
1. Surface usually covered in painted film
2. Boils at nothing, freezes without any known reason
3. Melts if given special treatment
4. Bitter if incorrectly used
5. Found in various states, ranging from virgin metal to common ore.
6. Yields to pressure applied at correct pints

Chemical properties :
1. Has great affinity for gold, silver and a range of precious stones
2. Absorbs great quantities of expensive substances
3. May explode spontaneously without prior warning and for no known
4. Insoluble in liquids, but activity greatly increases by
saturation in alcohol
5. Most powerful money reducing agent known to man

Common uses :
1. Highly ornamental, especially in sports cars
2. Can be a great aid to relaxation
3. Very effective cleaning agent

Test :
1. Pure specimen turns rosy pink when discovered in natural state
2. Turns green when placed beside a better specimen

Potential hazards :
1. Highly dangerous except in experienced hands
2. Illegal to posses more than one, although several can be
maintained at different locations as long as specimens do not come
into direct contact with each other.

Main / crack, poor taste and criminal bias
Oct 29, 2005, 05:38 PM
Quote from: "Dr Evil"
Becks - You are accusing them of poor taste? Riiiight.

What's with three copies of the same message? Please avoid putting long urls in the title. It screwed up the formating of the board until I deleted two of them and edited down the third.

Sorry Bout that Dr Evil. I did not intend to post the three copies, I did hit the submit button three times, But It was not updating the submission, so I went back twice.

I won't put Urls In the Subject again.

As for the bad taste part, It just happens to be the most effective way to express myself.
Main / crack, poor taste and criminal bias
Oct 28, 2005, 10:21 PM

Children never cease to amaze me.

With their remarkable learning capabilities, rapid responses, and inimitable ability to fall down without getting hurt, youngsters leave me in a state of envy. Having a beautiful bright daughter, I am blessed to witness this miracle firsthand every day. That kid is scaling the learning curve faster than a Shirpa moving up Everest, but I have to keep myself in check. Constantly. Because little ones don't just learn by doing. Judging from the vocabulary my little girl has acquired, they learn by listening. And watching. At least the smarter ones tend to, two of which apparently weren't the offspring of Lakesha Wilson, who found a bag of "rock candy" while mommy and her boyfriend were sleeping off their latest crack binge.

Now being a retired crackhead, I understand more than most the nature of the Post-Smoke Crash. Trust you me, after three days of burning rocks, you'll sleep through anything. Screaming children. Car alarms. Hell, you could have lit my house on fire, and I wouldn't have known any different until the ceiling fell in on my comatose, lubricant-covered corpus. So when Dejah and Cameron celebrated their impromptu Halloween discovery, they did what any innovative black children would do in a similar situation. They ate the crack. What would you do? After all, those childproof lighters are a bitch even when you're grown. Couldn't imagine a 3 year old trying to make fire while his 13-month old little sista is teething on the crackpipe. And apparently, neither could little Cameron while his mother and her crackpusher boyfriend Deandre snored in the other room. And so, who-knows-how-many hours later, our happy couple awoke to find their spawn sprawled on the living room carpet, their tiny bellies full of Peruvian goodness.

Maybe I lack understanding, but even in the most depraved depths of blatent drug abuse, some primitive instinct carved distinct lines in the sand around me. I never exercised my self-destruction in the company of my child, preferring to savor my sweet smoke some 2000 miles away in Las Vegas in most occasions, and limiting my usage to those times when the daughter was not in my custody. Phoenix crack must somehow differ from Vegas, however, because this mother of 2 soon-to-be 3 didn't think to stash the illegal narcotics out of the toddler's reach.

Either that, or she overlooked the possibility of her children discovering the fun plastic baggie, because she was a dumb nigger.

Either way, the world is less one impoverished potential crackhead babymaker, because while little Cameron recovered in the care of the local hospital, tiny Dejah didn't make it back from her first excursion into enhanced consciousness. For shame. I would have loved to hear that child's account of her experience in baby googlespeak, somehow expressing her love for the cocaine with a series of drooling coo. And surely the judge and jury would have enjoyed that testimony as well, as they prepare to slow-cook Deandre over a 30-year fire. Something tells me that young man is going to be making all the wrong friends in the Arizona Penal System.

But perhaps Dejah's utility to our underbelly society isn't quite yet gone.

I mean, somewhere on yonder side of the Phoenix tracks is a tiny grave, with a decomposing infant chock full of crack. What a waste. Never mind the panicked state upon finding your smiling daughter in cardiac arrest from overdose. Think about the drugs. I know I am. Because if you were a crackhead and found a dead woman with crack in and/or on her, you'd make sure you had every off-white crumb of that dope before you called 911. Myself, I figured at 13 months, that dead baby would easily fit in one hand. Just put her ass on your mouth, hold the lighter to her mouth, and inhale. Deeply. The residual junk in her teeth has gotta be good for a couple hits. For that matter, why wait until the kid is with God to play that game? Just pour some milk over 1/4 ounce, and suddenly you have the first bong for which an occasional diaper change is in order.

Oh yes, that is way fucked up. But what about this idea?

Everyone is touched by the untimely demise of any child. Even a black one. Family and friends who are not already incarcerated will gather to pay homage to her passing. But is burial in a cheap wooden box really the best way to remember Dejah? Why not let her spirit ascend in a manner more appreciated, like cremation? The smoke rising from her remains would likely knock the back of your head off. The undertaker could just load a brass bowl with charcoal, light it up, and the Wake would really begin. Wouldn't take long before the grief and despondence was whisked away into the ventilation system, with our little angel leaving behind a room full of stoned relatives. It's not too late. That body might not be in the best shape after spending the summer underground, but I've found enough rocks hiding in strange places to know crack doesn't decompose.

And on that note, I would like to give The Arizona Republic a sincere thanks note only for bringing this story to my attention, but for presenting the case in such a tasteful manner:

the page

Fucking Grover. God as my witness, as much madness I've witnessed on this hard road I walk, I cannot possibly explain that one.

Smoking dead crack babies everywhere,
Main / False allegation effect
Oct 28, 2005, 06:18 PM
Quote from: "lkanneg"
The solution to that (imo) would be to strengthen the penalties for false accusations.

FYI. Penalties need to be put in place, before they can be strengthened.
Main / Take the Political Compass Test!
Oct 26, 2005, 12:58 PM
Quote from: "Gonzokid"
I would also have liked a "Who gives a fuck?" response available to many of the questions.

Main / Take the Political Compass Test!
Oct 26, 2005, 12:38 PM
Economic Left/Right: 3.38
Social Libertarian/Authoritarian: -1.49

I think I should add that some of the questions didn't allow for the proper responses.

Such as "Marijuana should be legalised."; It shouldn't be "Illegal" in the first place. IMHO
Main / PBS hears the truth from a Dad
Oct 26, 2005, 08:58 AM
My apologies, Sir Percy.

I thought your reply was an attack. Rather than a parody.

This topic (Fatherhood) is something that I "feel" very strongly about, and I acted before thinking.
Main / PBS hears the truth from a Dad
Oct 26, 2005, 12:55 AM
Quote from: "Men's Rights Activist"


Sir Percy: "Shockturating tales are more paletisable under the guise of fiction", said Ho, noting that in those days the articuatiments of men were considered just that. " Amazilode", he said. "Only nearmoment can the tale at last be told".
'Femdad Down', a harrowivating hysteriodrama retails online for 110 ebits.

If someone wrote a book about the gender feminist movement 30 years ago,I would have made efforts to have had them committed, because nothing that insane could ever happen.

Couldn't possibly be a troll!!..................

Of Course I mean Mr Sir (Bitch) Percy.

Could He?