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…and then we promise that we’ll stop making fun of retards (at least for a day or two), but this obviously reading comprehension-challenged twit at “Feministe” just begs for attention, and never let it be said that His Imperial Benevolence, Misha I, withholds attention from those who crave it:

Case in point: Emporer Misha I, who I think might be one of the most disgusting human beings on the planet:

Thanks, darlin’, but flattery really won’t get you anywhere with me. I thought that everybody on the nutroot wing of the Blogosphere knew that already. Then again, a courtesy at the opening of your missive is considered good manners, so I won’t criticize you for it.

See what’s funny is that these crimes aren’t the natural consequences of a live-and-let-live society — they’re the consequences of a society in which certain classes of people feel that they have the right to punish others when those others don’t behave according to the social rules. If we truly lived in a non-judgmental society, Jesse’s murderer would have had no reason to kill her.

And if my grandmother was a pine tree, she’d have pine cones, Jill. The world is what it is, and there’s not a dang thing you can do to change it. There’ll always be murdering scum out there, evil bastards wishing to do you harm at the slightest pretext, and as long as there are sharks in the pool, it’s inadvisable to jump in the water. Oh yes, go ahead and counter that if there really weren’t any sharks in the pool, then there’s be no risk of being eaten if you jumped in the water!, but it’s not going to do you a damn bit of good when you’ve been turned into chum.

Besides, I have to admit that I’m more than a little bit impressed by your reaching into the mind (if it can be called that) of Jessie Davis’ murderer and determine that he murdered her because he disapproved of her morals. For all that the rest of us know, those of us without a Psychic Network Membership Card, he could’ve done so just because he felt bored.

The actual facts of the matter, the ones you so studiously avoid in order to maintain your sanctuary in your “reality-based” alternate dimension, are that adultery makes emotions run high. Yes, Jill, I know that it’s terribly unenlightened for those judgmental Neanderthals whose families are being torn up before their very eyes, whose trusts are betrayed and who are seeing their lives go down the drain to get all emotional and irrational about it, but that’s the way it is. So when you start fucking around with somebody else’s husband (or when you’re the husband deciding to do the fucking around with any slut with a pulse and a twat), you’re poking one heck of a stick into an anthill populated by some very scary ants who might up and do something truly vile and repulsive as a result. There’s even a term for it in actual law that you may or may not be familiar with: “Crimes of passion.” It wasn’t put in there on a whim, Jill, it was put in there because it’s something that actually happens on a depressingly regular basis.

Adultery creates a lot of seriously pissed off people, Jill hon, and among sane people it’s generally considered a Bad Idea to insert yourself in a situation where there’s bound to be a lot of them around. Just as walking into a bar in the middle of a brawl probably isn’t the smartest thing you could possibly do.

Oh shit, now you’re going to say that I’m saying that everybody who gets hurt in a bar fight “deserved it”, right? Because, gosh darn it, if we didn’t live in such a patriarchally oppressive system where people get drunk and act like fucking morons, nobody would ever land an uppercut on an innocent bar patron who just happened to pass by!

“Live and let live” generally allows others to, you know, live.

Provided that everybody is on the same page and agree that “fuck with whom you want, when you want” is the preferred way of looking at things. Which is the case… exactly nowhere.

“How the fuck did you expect the life of somebody who had, knowingly, let herself get knocked up not once, but twice by a married man to turn out?”

Uh… not dead, that’s for sure.

You don’t get out much, do you, Jill? You should at least convince your minders to let you read newspapers from the outside every once in a while. People get killed as a result of soap opera adultery cum jealousy dramas on a daily basis. I hate to break it to you, but it’s a really mean world out there, and people get murdered all the time. Oh, I know that it’s not fair, it’s not reasonable, I don’t disagree with that one bit, but it still happens.

Reading Misha’s post will give you some real insight into the minds of misogynist right-wing fuckwits. There are a lot of possible responses to the question, “How do you expect the life of someone who got pregnant twice by a married man to turn out?” I don’t think most normal people would answer, “Brutally murdered, duh!”

Granted, it’s not the only outcome, but if you have the intelligence of at least a poached egg, you’d recognize that there’s a real risk that you might and act accordingly in order to prolong your life expectancy. At any rate, it’s unlikely to have a very happy ending.

There’s a big difference between “wagging a finger” and “pissing on a corpse.”

You’re right. It’s much better to just ignore the unpleasant lessons of her horrible fate, plug your ears and sing “LALALALALALALALA!” as loud as you possibly can. If you click your heels three times as well, all evil in the world just might go away, you know.

A woman getting pregnant by a married man leads to murder? It’s “as predictable as a sunset”?

Why do I suspect that it was predictable at least in part because the victim was white and her killer is black?

Because you can’t get your pitifully inadequate intellect unstuck from Stoopid, Jill darlin’. You just can’t see an issue anywhere without immediately grabbing for the race angle, even when it’s completely and utterly irrelevant. You just can’t divest yourself of your laughable stereotypes, even when the people you’re stereotyping don’t mention race one single time in their posts. It just has to be all about race, right? It always is!!!

This is disturbing. It’s disturbing that values voters like this guy think that there’s a cause and effect relationship between getting pregnant out of wedlock and being killed. It’s disturbing that he feels like he could have predicted this — it makes me think that he can put himself in the shoes of her killer and somehow justify his actions, because she was a slut and she had it coming.

What’s disturbing, Jill, is your unnatural and unwholesome infatuation with your own strawmen.

It’s disturbing that the supposed decline of our morality goes hand in hand with misegenation, gay rights, women’s rights, birth control and sex for pleasure. It’s disturbing that he thinks our country is immoral because we don’t level punitive punishments on women who get pregnant out of wedlock, women who have affairs, interracial couples, and gays and lesbians.

Hold it one second, Jill. Let me get the wieners and marshmallows before your strawman burns off completely. I’d hate to let all that wonderful heat go to waste.

And then the kicker:

It’s not your fault if you’re raped going down a back alley downtown in the middle of the night dressed only in a bikini, but let’s be honest here; you shouldn’t be fucking surprised either.

Not if you’re walking down the alley with Misha, you shouldn’t be.

“Because Misha is a rapist!

Got that from your Miss Cleo act as well, did you, Jill baby?

I suppose I should be all outraged now, I know for a fact that your side would be positively livid with indignation and threats of litigation if the shoe were on the other foot, but I somehow don’t think that retards can be held responsible for libel. Not to mention that my dear grandmother taught me to always consider the source.

Give it up, sweetie pie, you’re way out of your league, but you are entertaining as you twist and spin furiously, trying to make a coherent point.

Here, have a cookie. The great Misha paid attention to your little temper tantrum. Don’t you feel validated now?

Mheh.

75 Responses to “OK, Just One More…”
  1. Lady Heather Comment by Lady Heather

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    Damn, I may have to smoke a cigarette after reading this…

  2. hitnrun Comment by hitnrun

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    Basically, they start with the solution “so therefore men and women are equal in all things, and judging people is always wrong,” and then reverse-engineer reality from there.

  3. Unregistered Comment by alienlv426

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    ..as I was reading her blog post I thought I could hear the “koombayah” song playing in the background.

    Geez.

    Are these leftwing nuts really that detached from reality?

  4. LC Mrs. M-ITT™ Comment by LC Mrs. M-ITT™

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    Don’t forget to give her a sippy cup of milk. You know how pissy those toddlers get when they have to eat those cookies with nothing to wash it down with.

    So in her widdle world there would be no rules, no laws, and everyone would go around holding hands, passing out daisies, screwing the livestock and each other with abandon with rainbows and Unicorns prancing in the clouds.

    Damn….whatever she’s smoking must be some great shit!

  5. english911 Comment by english911

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    Ladies and Gents, I give you Cupid Stunt

  6. Unregistered Comment by ballistic

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    You must be bored today, Misha! To even be reading the usual pablum from Feministe, let alone take the time to craft a reply to it!

    The last block quote did it all for me. It’s just not a feminist rant without a thinly veiled reference to the subject at hand being a rapist or pedophile, or both. The feminists’ use of shaming language is as predictable, as you say, as sunset, not to mention utterly comical.

  7. MCPO Airdale Comment by MCPO Airdale

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    That is the lamest leftard excuse for argument I’ve read in some time. Jill certainly speaks to her audience though, retarded feminist man-haters l-o-v-e that weak-ass shit.

  8. Unregistered Comment by susieq2cute

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    I bet Ms. jill, is your typical feminste She’s probably so ugly, that even if she walked down a dark alley in the middle of the night in a bikini, not even a rapist would touch her.

  9. Unregistered Comment by Cheryl

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    If we truly lived in a non-judgmental society, Jesse’s murderer would have had no reason to kill her.

    I can’t cope with this utter garbage any more. With that idiocy and what has been going on this week with the shamnesty bill, I don’t even know how to respond any more. I think there is no hope for this country.

    Here’s another instance: Say I’m walking down a dark street in NYC late one evening. A group of men of indeterminate nationality are approaching from the opposite direction. They are loud, appear drunk. Should I cross over to the other side of the street? After all, that would be judgmental of me to think they would cause any trouble, and, of course, I would not want to offend them. And after all, I do have the right to walk down that street. But, chances are, they would cause a problem for me. I cross over. That’s reality. Common sense must prevail, people.

  10. kwongdzu Comment by kwongdzu

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    The stupid is strong in this one.

  11. Beth* A. Comment by Beth* A.

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    This is an emotionally charged issue, but how is it that logic doesn’t get at least a fighting chance? Please, drop the (for some understandably) touchy-feely angle for a minute and look with reason at the point Misha was trying to make:

    I walk down a path and after a while it forks two ways - one branch leads by a sunny open meadow, the other by a swamp; possible mosquitos there, but out of curiosity I choose the swamp road. I get bit, as is not totally inconceivable. However, I don’t turn back, but instead keep going and my path branches off into a choice between a bridge over the swamp, or an old rowboat of dubious quality that might take me thru it; (retreat is also an option, but) I choose the rowboat, with the chance I might get dumped in the drink, and I do in fact, and then my choices are

    A) stay in and swim for a bit, or

    B) head for shore ASAP; but the water is invitingly warm so I choose to stay in the swamp, where it is more than possible to encounter snakes and other, larger scaly creepy-crawlies.

    Not terribly surprising that mosquitos bite, older boats can leak, and swamps are full of things with teeth. Is it written in stone that problems may be encountered there? No it isn’t. Is it probable to experience experience some? Yes. Could unfortunate things happen on the Meadow path as well, or… could snakes be tamed, or… could a pot of gold have been unearthed under the leaky rowboat? - Absolutely. Those are 3 of the myriad possible outcomes. There are no guarantees, just probabilities. But if I end up slapping at pesky ’skeeters, dunked in murky water, up to my ass in ‘gators, I expect myself to acknowledge that my choices made those more probable outcomes than most.
    —————-
    You cannot control others, just yourself. That’s it. That’s all. Yourself, and yourself alone.

    This poor lady’s actions, and especially her unborn child, did not in any way sanction that man killing her - as has been said continuously by Misha and the regular commenters here, nothing justifies that he did so - NOTHING. Her control over his despicable choices was nil. The only control she ever had was over her own.

    Her murder wasn’t asked for, was not deserved, but the fact that it DID happen makes it natural for all of us to examine what we can do to avoid such an outcome in our own, and our families, especially our children’s, lives.

  12. JanetMae Comment by JanetMae

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    This line struck me:

    It’s disturbing that the supposed decline of our morality goes hand in hand with misegenation, gay rights, women’s rights, birth control and sex for pleasure.

    If there was ever an example of the desire to do whatever you want, and take no responsibilty for your actions, it’s the modern-day liberal. Is she one of these lunatics who spout the utter tripe about Bush and his theocratic friends wanting to force women to go to Canada for their birth control pills?

    What is it about these dimbulbs that keeps them from being able to understand that actions have consequences? Oh, yeah, they understand that if you have sex, you might get pregnant…but that’s just an inconvenience to be wiped out by dropping a few hundred bucks at the local Planned Parenthood clinic.

    That’s what it’s all about to these clueless bimbos. “Sex for pleasure.” And if the guy you’re screwing happens to have made a vow, under God, and under the law, to another woman, well…so what?

    Do whatever feels good…and then cry, “victim,” when you get bitten in the ass as a consequence.

    I can sum this whole liberal, “argument,” up as follows:

    Actions have consequences, and that’s just not fair, damnit!

  13. Emperor Misha I Comment by Emperor Misha I

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    Thanks, Beth* A, that is quite possibly the best, most concise, most logical, most easy to understand summary of the issue that I and Dan were trying to address that I have ever seen. It is truly a thing of beauty, so short and to the point that there is absolutely, positively no way of misunderstanding what you’re saying.

    Which pretty much guarantees that it’ll fly right over the pointed heads of leftards like Jill.

    SPLENDIDLY put!

  14. LC Mrs. M-ITT™ Comment by LC Mrs. M-ITT™

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    Great comment Beth. That is indeed where the rubber hits the road. You have to be aware of the choices you make, and how they will affect your future.

    The problem with Leftoids such a Jilly Bean here, is that personal responsibility is anathema to them. There are no consequences. Only evil Right Wing Demigods who attempt to put rules in their way to prevent them from realizing their own personal Xanadu. If there were no rules, no laws, no restrictions, no consequences, all would be right in their little world. Peace would abound.
    People like this refuse to acknowledge that there are evil people among us. No amount of wishing will take that fact away. To think that any person has the ability to cause harm is judgmental, therefore to place themselves in that person’s influence should surly cause them to change their ways. Far more people than just Jesse Davis have done so and paid for their error of judgment with their lives.

  15. Beth* A. Comment by Beth* A.

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    AND the all-important PS (on the BS):

    jilly, jilly, jilly, you know not of what you speak:

    It’s not your fault if you’re raped going down a back alley downtown in the middle of the night dressed only in a bikini, but let’s be honest here; you shouldn’t be fucking surprised either.

    Not if you’re walking down the alley with Misha, you shouldn’t be.

    You’re soooo right - you shouldn’t be ’surprised’, you should be struck dumb(er) with awe. Followed by extreme grief, because you will have just watched a Man give his All that such a thing not happen to you (and more than likely he will have saved the day and rescued your sorry ass, but staying within the bounds of your whiny little story…) - and you will have to have watched him die in your defense because there is no WAY that Misha, or most of the regulars here, would be standing idly by while such a horrendous thing was happening to ANYbody. Can you even say ‘lock and load’?

    As to your pathetically wet implication that HE might be the one doing such a thing….way to ratchet up the argument to the point of libelous imbecility. Misha’s being gracious to a brain-dead brat.
    Don’t expect the same civility from the rest of us. The only way you get away with implying that a friend of mine is a rapist is from the cowardly safety of your keyboard.

    Get a life. The one you have is clearly wasted on you.

  16. DJ Allyn,  ITW Comment by DJ Allyn, ITW

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    Damn, I may have to smoke a cigarette after reading this…

    26 Days without a cigarette! Went from TWO packs a day for the past twenty-some years to zip overnight.

    But I digress.

    What the hell is this kerfuckle about? Are we blaming the victim, or the perpetrator?

    Obviously, the perpetrator is to blame, but at least on some level the victim’s choices played a role in all of this.

    She certainly didn’t deserve to die. But you also have to realize that all actions have consequences — good or bad. If you stick your head in a hornet’s nest, you stand a fairly good chance of getting stung.

    You can also poke a sleeping dog with a stick and nothing is going to happen most of the time. But once in a while that dog is liable to haul off and take a chunk out of your ass.

    The moral of both stories are this: don’t stick your head in a hornet’s nest, or poke a sleeping dog.

  17. Unregistered Comment by LC Staci GBOR

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    The “sex for pleasure” line got to me too. Damnit Janny, don’t you know that repugs don’t do anything for pleasure, especially sex (with the exception of some of the scum here)? But it’s more sadistic. We simply do not live and let live. It’s all done at gunpoint

    LOL

    It is this stupid bitch’s thought process that dumbs down our society. You’ve got dumbass broads like Cameron Diaz educating our children on TV about different cultures and doesn’t know a damn thing about them.

    But hey, live and let live, right Jill? I’m sure NAMBLA agrees 100% with you, you sick stupid bitch.

    Even the furries understand sex for pleasure.

  18. Lady Heather Comment by Lady Heather

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    Funny how all of Jill’s readers have gone over to Dan’s blog with their rants, including Jill herself, but none of them have come over here yet.

    I may disagree with Sire about how he got from Point A (Jesse’s murder) to Point B (Jesse’s lifestyle), but hell, people (Jill’s people).

    THINK! Stop with the emotional hysterics and broadbrushing.

  19. Cheapshot911 Comment by Cheapshot911

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    Riehl and Misha fail to recognize that the problem is people who haven’t changed to adapt to a more progressive, inclusive society. Murder and violence have long been means of controlling women;

    Well, dang it,, sometimes they just don’t do what ya tells ‘em.

  20. Spartan24 Comment by Spartan24

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    It never ceaces, people should be allowed to do anything, live any lifestyle or behave any way they want to without consequences. Jesse knew that Bobbie Cutts was married and she continued to see him, unknown was what he told her and the other women he was screwing at the same time. It does not matter what color he is, this is just an excuse for liberals to call everyone who questions this sort of relationship a racist. I personally would never date/marry outside my own race again due to my personal experiances but would not judge someone else who did. Sadly, I have seen that bi racial couples rarely last, often leaving children who are often not accepted by either race behind. Most of the mixed couples I knew when I was Muslim are now either separated or divorced. Cold hard facts speak for themselves. Do I wish that it was not this way? Certainly.

  21. Cheapshot911 Comment by Cheapshot911

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    Sage advice, Lady Heather,

    THINK! Stop with the emotional hysterics and broadbrushing.

    ,, but that crowd would rather swig hot Drano than address non-emotional physics.
    Without draggin’ every quote through the emotional weeds, their case, philosophy and perception of the universe would turn on them.
    That would sooo harsh a progressive’s tinkertoy world.

  22. Emperor Misha I Comment by Emperor Misha I

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    It does not matter what color he is, this is just an excuse for liberals to call everyone who questions this sort of relationship a racist.

    Precisely.

    What is TRULY hysterically funny is that if we, purely for the sake of argument, accept their thoroughly idiotic premise that Dan and I are “blaming the victim” and “making excuses for the murderer”, then we’re actually covering up for a black male murdering a white woman.

    And, as you know, you just don’t get any MORE “typically Right Wing Death Beast RACIST” than that!

    I’ve been laughing myself silly over that particular self-contradictory load of leftard hogwash ever since they dragged out the race card the first time. :lol:

  23. Blackiswhite, Imperial Agent Provocateur Comment by Blackiswhite, Imperial Agent Provocateur

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    So in a rare moment of downtime in the most important undertaking of my life, I stop in at the Empire to find yet another “Its all about what I want with no consequences” mouth-breather fervently attempting to deny one of life’s immutable truths: Sin has consequences.

    It really doesn’t matter if you believe in God, which God you believe in, or how you choose to live and die. Some behaviors are not considered acceptable in any sort of company (adultery, murder, etc.), and once you take and embrace any one of these corrosive activities, don’t be surprised when others come rushing through the door you open. I know that has to come as a surprise to folks like this pseudointellectual and delusional recaster of reality, but life is like that.
    Someday, she may come to understand that there is a right way and a wrong way. The choice on how to live is hers, but the rest of us don’t really need the bitching about how unfair it is that you simply cannot do what you want.

  24. jaybear Comment by jaybear

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    DJ sez:

    26 Days without a cigarette! Went from TWO packs a day for the past twenty-some years to zip overnight.

    You got my respect and congratulations on that Deej, as one who battled my own demons of addiction I know how it feels to quit something like tobacco/alcohol/drugs. Especially when they have become such an integral part of your everyday existence….nice job man, and keep up the good work.

    The moral of both stories are this: don’t stick your head in a hornet’s nest, or poke a sleeping dog.

    Roger that, Hey! I wonder if I can blame all of my drunk driving arrests and various assaults and crimes and injuries on Bush? it sure as hell wasn’t MY fault or the fault of the lifestyle I chose…..nahhhh, I was just an innocent victim of the man.

  25. kfosterm Comment by kfosterm

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    Once there was a time when people were counseled against certain actions because they carried an inherant risk. Recently 4 teenagers were killed hitting a parked train outside of Houston. The first reaction of mine was an admitedly old-fashioned “What were young teens doing out at 2:30 in the morning?”

    To libs, that reaction smacks of being judgemental. They would prefer to hold a vigil and blame the railroad.

    The trouble with this mind-set is that it does not allow anyone to learn. If I leave a new digital camera on the dashboard of my unlocked car at the mall…no one would be suprised if it got stolen. It doesn’t change the fact that the person who stole it is a thief. It doesn’t change that fact that my property has been taken from me. But I would ilicit little sympathy. There’s a reason this behavior is discouraged. It ain’t morality. Its reality.

    That the two occasionally overlap doesn’t discount either one.

    Back to the Baytown crash…I can make all sorts of generalizations about what a 12 year old girl is doing out at 2:30 am…and some might be gross exaggerations. But…if she had been home in bed (where she belonged) she’d still be alive. Her sneaking out didn’t guarantee her death…but you’d be an idiot to deny it didn’t contribute to it. Thats why we counsel against it.

    There are no guarantees, Jill. That’s why we wear seatbelts, life jackets, why we lock doors, check tire pressure before trips, and a thousand other things while we go about our daily lives. Hell, some if us even carry weapons.

    You HAVE to be judgemental. When something like this murder happens you HAVE to look at the evicence (sketchy as it might be) and tic off all the things leading up to it that YOU CAN AVOID. This is how we learn. Otherwise we devolve into stupid arguments about poverty, prejudice, etc.

    Aw hell, what’s the point. People like Jill are hopeless.

  26. chuck Comment by chuck

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    What is TRULY hysterically funny is that if we, purely for the sake of argument, accept their thoroughly idiotic premise that Dan and I are “blaming the victim” and “making excuses for the murderer”, then we’re actually covering up for a black male murdering a white woman.

    I have been laughing my ass off at the same logical inconsistency. What morons. Even our token liberal, DJ gets the point.

  27. LC Wil Comment by LC Wil

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    DAVE:

    26 Days without a cigarette! Went from TWO packs a day for the past twenty-some years to zip overnight.

    Congratulations! You have actually beaten the physical need, now all that remains is the habit. I’ll say a prayer for your continued healthy ways this evening at chapel.

    ================

    Lady H:

    Funny how all of Jill’s readers have gone over to Dan’s blog with their rants, including Jill herself, but none of them have come over here yet.

    Simple to explain - they are cowards, scared of little ol’ us.

    Imagine that . . .

  28. Cheapshot911 Comment by Cheapshot911

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    Boil it down overnight and we’ll find that a smart monkey will never monkey with another monkey’s monkey unless that monkey on it’s back is worth fightin’ a monkey on his back.
    Analyze that, beyoch.

  29. Merc, Imperial SomethingorOther Comment by Merc, Imperial SomethingorOther

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    is it a full moon or something? *checks on weather.com*
    nope.
    So why are all the freaks popping out of the woodwork?
    anyway,
    check out my new gun:
    my new
    i thought the greenish handle was a nice touch. :)

  30. Skul Comment by Skul

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    I think she’s in love with you Misha. You poor bastage.

  31. Unregistered Comment by JonB

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    I got to the part about “live and let live” resulting in people “living” and nearly threw up at her stupidity.

    What a worthless waste of oxygen and resources, it’s a shame her mother didn’t follow the live and let live and get a saline abortion so she wouldn’t have to put up with a baby preventing her from living the lifestyle she wanted.

    Live and let live is just fine and dandy, except there are people who get off on, you know, killing other people. We tend to call them Serial Killers, and they are an example of what “live and let live” brings. If you just leave them alone and let them do as they wish, they kill people, lots of people.

  32. Cheapshot911 Comment by Cheapshot911

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    Merc don’t need no picatinny,, smooth piece indeed.

  33. Emperor Misha I Comment by Emperor Misha I

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    Even our token liberal, DJ gets the point.

    No surprise, really. He’s one fuckin’ smart guy, and one I’m proud to call friend, even if we do disagree somewhat — forcefully at times :)

  34. LC Mrs. M-ITT™ Comment by LC Mrs. M-ITT™

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    except there are people who get off on, you know, killing other people. We tend to call them Serial Killers,

    I thought they were called Muslims?

  35. Tom The Impaler Comment by Tom The Impaler

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    misogynist right-wing fuckwits

    Oh oh oh! Can I be a Christofascist too??

  36. LC MoMinuteMan Comment by LC MoMinuteMan

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    I have two important questions…

    1: Who is the chick in the “cleavage” ad?

    B: What’s her phone number??

  37. LittleRott84 Comment by LittleRott84

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    Most of the mixed couples I knew when I was Muslim are now either separated or divorced.

    Which is why I only date Christians or Messianic Jews. My attitude towards dating is that it is a means to finding a potential spouse, and religious unity is important with any couple in a long-term relationship, especially with married couples.

  38. Yochanon Comment by Yochanon

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    After Jill’s little rant, I can picture the spittle all over her keyboard and monitor, the wet rag she keeps nearby to wipe the foam from her raving lips, the dictionary that’s worn out on the pages of ‘the’ ‘of’ ‘it’ and ‘huh?’.
    If those libtards were to get any more fucking stupid than they are now, they’d be picked and cooked as mushrooms.

  39. Dick Comment by Dick

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    Beth*A,
    Using clear and sound logic with these folks is just flat out rude!
    Stop that!

  40. Unregistered Comment by Red Neckerson

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    “Murder and violence have long been means of controlling women”

    Actually, murder and violence have long been an effective means of controlling pretty much anyone. At least stopping them from annoying you or causing you trouble. The old saying that “violence never solved anything” is a large load of rancid crap.

    She doesn’t seem to get the idea that her life is worth precisely a bucket of warm spit to a significant fraction of the people on this planet. There are people killed here in LA regularly who just looked the wrong way at the wrong person. A whining woman who’s pregnant and wants either a ring or 18 years of child support cash? There are plenty of people who would look upon good old 187PC as an appropriate response. Prisons are full of them.

  41. Nanashi Comment by Nanashi

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    You know, most toddlers learn that in doing something that results in pain or otherwise undesirable consequences, not repeating the action spares them from repeated pain/consequences. Usually by the time they are five, they learn that just the potential of pain/consequences is enough to deter them from doing certain things.

    How is it that Jill somehow stopped learning at age 2? Was she hermetically-sealed in a bacteria-free bubble chamber, or what?

  42. chuck Comment by chuck

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    No surprise, really. He’s one fuckin’ smart guy, and one I’m proud to call friend, even if we do disagree somewhat — forcefully at times

    I meant no disrespect. Dave impresses me. As this issue shows, he is one of the few liberals I have ran accross that can read WITH comprehension.

  43. Fuzzhead Comment by Fuzzhead

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    >check out my new gun

    What? No specs?!?!

  44. sig94 Comment by sig94

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    That’s great work on the ciggies DJ.

    Now watch yer weight. I stopped six years ago and blew up like Rosie O’Donuts at a Fried Dough convention. I finally went on a diet when I farted while swimming and someone shot a harpoon at my ass.

  45. LC HJ Caveman82952 Comment by LC HJ Caveman82952

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    I wish I could have seen her face after reading Misha’s erudite reply. These people are a menace, both to themselves and others.

  46. Unregistered Comment by seagoon

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    Congrats on the quit DJ, it’s a rough one… keep it up, despite the habit-breaking shittyness. And sig, that’s fucking funny, man.

    I do have to say that I found the miscegenation/animal husbandry crack pretty repugnant, but I saw no particular support or even acknowledgment of it- and I do seem to remember this little thing called freedom of speech… no matter how ignorant or misguided.

    And to be fair, there’s more freedom of speech here- cutting both ways, true- that can be found elsewhere.

  47. kwongdzu Comment by kwongdzu

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    I finally went on a diet when I farted while swimming and someone shot a harpoon at my ass.

    sig made me do it.

  48. Emperor Misha I Comment by Emperor Misha I

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    I do have to say that I found the miscegenation/animal husbandry crack pretty repugnant,

    Me too. I’d have come down on it like a ton of rocks if it hadn’t been because I didn’t notice it in that rapidly growing thread until the leftards pointed it out to me in their hysteria. Damn thing called life and work getting in the way again.

    But if the leftards wanted to scream foul at that one, and trust me I wouldn’t have a problem with that, then why didn’t they address that particular comment instead? That’s what I’d do.

  49. Unregistered Comment by seagoon

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    Hey Misha, I had a realization- they don’t like that you do not force the Rott into a collective opinion- You’re Sith, not Borg, and that bothers them.

    For all the legions of fascist thug imagery throughout their diatribes, there’s little conformity of thought in the Rott- no jackbooted legions marching in lockstep, but more a loose pack, running (more or less) in the same direction.

    Freedom to choose, freedom to think, freedom to disagree (sometimes a little…. vigorously) and freedom to gouge out our eyes after clicking one of BC’s links.

  50. Lady Heather Comment by Lady Heather

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    Going over there was like a trip back to the 60s…but this is the crap they are still teaching college students today. What tosh!

    I hope Jill is still blogging 20 years from now, after she’s lived more and seen more REALITY than her “womyn studies” profs have relayed to her.

  51. Unregistered Comment by TheSnarkmistress

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    has it ever crossed their narrow little minds that the reason we aren’t discussing the (obvious) culpability of the scumbag who knocked her up and then murdered her in cold blood is because we all know we think he’s a sick worthless scumbag who probably never should have made it into a position of trust. It’s so self-evident it doesn’t need saying.

    What does need saying is “Hey, women out there! Let’s all learn a lesson from Jessie’s sad fate. It’s more likely bad things will happen to you if you hang out with bad people. And guess what? A man who will break a vow made to a woman he claimed to love and cheat with you is not a good person. He’s a liar and a cheat, and who knows what other character flaws might lurk below the surface. You don’t deserve bad things to happen to you if you follow Jessie’s example, but it’s simply more likely to happen if you put yourself in marginal situations with marginal people, like she did.”

  52. maxxdog Comment by maxxdog

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    While I enjoyed your slice&dice of the idjit, I know you’d have better luck pounding a nail in stainless than a clue up this tightass!
    I’d say the goofy broad needs a good hosing! But then, don’t we all?

  53. LC HJ Caveman82952 Comment by LC HJ Caveman82952

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    Some people defy logic….and tempt fate. I prefer a gallows humor, it keeps me from goin’ nuts. I remember a man, a health nut, he got killed when he jaywalked, or should I say jogged, in front of a truck. But he died healthy. You sleep with dogs you get up with fleas…my apologies to the dogs…..

  54. Squatch Comment by Squatch

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    Good lord. What is WRONG with people regarding the original post? It seemed as clear as a friggin’ bell to me - in fact, I initially moved on and considered it non-controversial - but I’ve seen more insinuations of bad intention, hidden ill will, and psychic word-twisting than for any post I’ve read in a while.

    It’s pretty damned simple. If I’m walking down the street in the dead of night, wearing a dark shirt and dark pants, at the curb but in the street, and drunk off my ass, if I get hit by a car… Yes, it’s an accident and yes I didn’t deserve it, but people afterwards are gonna say “Maybe he should have been wearing a white shirt and walking on the sidewalk and sober and he wouldn’t have been hit by a car.”

    But I guess that’s to fargin’ simplistic for a bunch of the geniuses who’ve left their two cents on this issue. Simple as pie:

    No one’s blaming the victim.
    The victim didn’t deserve it.
    The victim engaged in activities that would, to a reasonable mind, increase the chance of bad things happening.
    A horrible thing happened.
    The story needs to be shared that a horrible thing happened and here’s how it might not have happened.

    But I guess in this day and age you’re a butthole if you point that out. Which, ironically, is the whole POINT of the original post.

    I truly fear for our republic. If this is what passes for an intellectual controversy, the sane are screwed.

  55. Squatch Comment by Squatch

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    If I may pile on…

    It’s like watching some of the discussions at Men’s News Daily. Especially in regards to abortion and reproductive rights. I just want to lash out and say:

    “If you don’t like the situation, don’t f*ck chicks you aren’t married to! There, done deal, I’ve resolved 50% of your issues. Next!”

  56. Unregistered Comment by WolvenBear

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    Jill says: It’s disturbing that the supposed decline of our morality goes hand in hand with misegenation, gay rights, women’s rights, birth control and sex for pleasure.

    Of course the decline of our morality goes hand in hand with mysogeny. When women are seen as nothing more than life support for men’s pleasure zones, then it becomes acceptable to treat them however we see fit. How do stupid people like Jill NOT see that said asshole was treating two women like sexual objects, his wife and girlfriend. Even if he hadn’t killed her, this is the essence of mysogeny.

    Dummies like Jill love to complain about how men “screw and leave”, but refuse to take any blame for making said action socially acceptable.

  57. HarleyRace (I feel Pretty!) Comment by HarleyRace (I feel Pretty!)

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    Of course y’all hate her - cunt spread ‘em for a brown man!

  58. psychochick Comment by psychochick

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    Harley,

    Nobody hates her! The consensus seems to be sorrow for her death. And I don’t think anyone really cares about the race of the man. His murdering her is what mattered. There was just a common view that it didn’t help her situation to be dating a married man. That’s all–nobody said she was evil.

    Shouldn’t you be under a bridge somewhere extorting money from passersby?

  59. Unregistered Pingback by "Jackfag Toaker" Davis at Grouchy’s Liberaltopia™ » Danish Pastry - Beat Up By Girls

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    […] I think Misha felt violated: Here, have a cookie. The great Misha paid attention to your little temper tantrum. Don’t you feel validated now? […]

  60. Lycurgus Comment by Lycurgus

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    See what’s funny is that these crimes aren’t the natural consequences of a live-and-let-live society — they’re the consequences of a society in which certain classes of people feel that they have the right to punish others when those others don’t behave according to the social rules. If we truly lived in a non-judgmental society, Jesse’s murderer would have had no reason to kill her.See what’s funny is that these crimes aren’t the natural consequences of a live-and-let-live society — they’re the consequences of a society in which certain classes of people feel that they have the right to punish others when those others don’t behave according to the social rules. If we truly lived in a non-judgmental society, Jesse’s murderer would have had no reason to kill her.

    I love this kind of ‘reasoning’. If we truly lived in a non-judgmental society, then no-one would judge Jesse’s murderer either. He should just go free and live on an island somewhere. [just kidding, crucifixion really].

    If the Libtards want to live in a truly non-judgmental society, then we can never discriminate against any actions whatsoever – they are all valid life choices.

    Fancy emptying 10 clips into all and sundry at the mall? Hey no problem! We shouldn’t discriminate against your life choice – it is equally valid to Mother Teresa’s choice of a life of service to the poor in Calcutta.

  61. Nanashi Comment by Nanashi

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    Nobody hates her! The consensus seems to be sorrow for her death. And I don’t think anyone really cares about the race of the man. His murdering her is what mattered. There was just a common view that it didn’t help her situation to be dating a married man. That’s all–nobody said she was evil.

    Not to worry, PC…like most libtards (which, as you know, is a label that only applies to the likes of Harley and “Jackfag Toaker” up there, i.e., the chronically and wilfully stupid and ignorant ones) are somewhat weak in the Reading Comprehension and Practical Logic departments.

    Though why they haven’t taken their meds yet is anyone’s guess.

  62. Demosthenes Comment by Demosthenes

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    I hope Jill is still blogging 20 years from now, after she’s lived more and seen more REALITY than her “womyn studies” profs have relayed to her.

    She’s (not suprisingly) a journalism major, with a minor in “Gender and Sexuality Studies”. In other words, a liberal arts pod person. She milked the Duke Lacrosse case for all that it was worth, and still maintains that “something happened in that house“. Problem is, there was a dearth of physical evidence to indicate sexual assault. You can’t help but be amused by feminist logic.

  63. JanetMae Comment by JanetMae

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    Feminist logic? Oxymoron.

  64. Merc, Imperial SomethingorOther Comment by Merc, Imperial SomethingorOther

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    now that no-one is reading this thread anymore…
    thats not a real gun in the picture I posted earlier it is a model for a computer game. I was waiting to see who would get all technical and tell us all about it… But you all passed, and i didn’t catch any wannabe gun experts. :)
    *ducks*

  65. Cheapshot911 Comment by Cheapshot911

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    Still Merc,, she’s pretty!

  66. Cheapshot911 Comment by Cheapshot911

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    I noticed no one (including me) asked ’bout the vintage, everyone expecting everyone else to know, not knowing themselves,,,wouldn’t confess I didn’t,,

    Class II brainfarkle.

  67. Fuzzhead Comment by Fuzzhead

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    I asked for specs.

  68. Cheapshot911 Comment by Cheapshot911

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    ‘Stand corrected.

  69. Merc, Imperial SomethingorOther Comment by Merc, Imperial SomethingorOther

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    First off, WHY DO YOU GUYS READ OLD THREADS, DAMMIT!
    Anyway, What i was hoping for, in a cruel sadistic kind of way, was for someone to tell me about the gun and then tell me a story about when they had one. Luckily, for my sake, no one did.
    You guys all passed with flying colors.
    *ducks*

  70. LC Wil Comment by LC Wil

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    Merc:

    now that no-one is reading this thread anymore…
    thats not a real gun in the picture I posted earlier it is a model for a computer game. I was waiting to see who would get all technical and tell us all about it… But you all passed, and i didn’t catch any wannabe gun experts. :)

    Ok, I’ll bite, just for shits and giggles:

    Ya got the pimp version of the Beretta. Comes in two flavors (9mm as a Model 92 [Service version is the M-9] and .40 S&W as the Model 96). I don’t believe the green stocks are a factory option (at least not on the American Version made in Accokeek, MD - I don’t know what Italian Pimps carry). You can usually swap the magazines between the 9mm and the .40, as there is less than .07 inch difference between the two magazines, but don’t trust it until you try this in YOUR gun.

    From the appearance, this is the Stainless Model 92 FS (stainless slide over silver anodized Inox frame), with a standard safety (normal or conventional double action), fixed standard sights, and has been manufactured since 1991, as the slide arrestor is on this one. I say model 92 as the barrel apears to be too skinny for a .40.

    I note that the magazine release is on the left side (factory default, but easily reversable), the magazine is also anodized (btw, if the magazine body is stainless as well, it is relatively rare), and this is the American version, as the Serial Number is farther forward on the frame than the Italian made pistol.

    It is certified safe for +P and +P+ Remington and Corbon ammo, and is regulated for 124 grain NATO ball.

    Anything else?

  71. LC Wil Comment by LC Wil

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    And this one isn’t old yet - last year we chased one four pages back!

    btw, I am a factory certified Beretta Armorer from my old days in the Army. Carried one for the last 7 years I was in. Damn fine pistol, provided you use decent hollow points.

  72. Unregistered Comment by Nah

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    You know, maybe part of the reason nobody from Feministe has showed up to rebut you is because they don’t want to register on your site- which they’d have to do if they wanted to comment.

    I, however, have far too much free time on my hands. So here I am!

    But before I begin yappin’, allow me to point out that Jill brought racism into her post because of the extremely racist “Animal Husbandry” comment on your original post. It went unchallenged, which was probably why Jill assumed you and commentators agreeing with you also agreed with it. You later said that you hadn’t noticed the comment at the time, and didn’t agree with it. That’s fair. But before you criticize Jill for bringing it up in her post, please remember that she posted that before you posted any reaction to it. It was hard for anyone who didn’t already know your views to understand that you disagreed with it when you’d left it untouched and unremarked.

    But now, a few questions for you:

    You’ve described your post as not “blaming the victim” but rather a “lessons-learned” evaluation of the case. Why then, is the lesson learned here a lesson that only applies to women? Shouldn’t the most important lesson be don’t kill people? Because apparently that lesson doesn’t take root as strongly as we’d like.

    Why is it unreasonable to expect people to refrain from committing crimes of passion? Do you blame people you know for reacting with undue anger towards you or others in real life? Would you expect someone of your acquaintance to attack or murder someone else in the event of an affair resulting in pregnancy? Why might your expectations for those you know personally and differ from those you don’t?

    Why exactly do you think women like Jesse Davis “set themselves up for tragedy and failure?” Do you think they lack the intelligence to recognize the situation they’re in? Do you think they want their lives to be brief and miserable? Or do you think they lack alternatives or escapes these paths? If Jessie Davis should have known that Cutts (or, apparently, any man in Cutt’s situtaion) was likely to kill her, why wasn’t he arrested before he committed any crimes? Seems to me that if we can expect Jessie to notice the warning signs, we can definitely expect the same of impartial outside observers.

    If all it takes to avoid crime and violence is staying out of certain areas or certain people, why do cops bother to patrol those areas or arrest those people? If it’s a matter of common knowledge that those areas are dangerous, than surely nobody would go there.

    You’ve said elsewhere that “if you’re the victim of a crime, the sole responsibility for the criminal act itself rests with the perpetrator, and nobody else.” Later in that same comment (25), you said “she WAS responsible of piss poor prior planning which, as we all know, increases the probability of a highly undesirable outcome.” But don’t these statements contradict one another? If the murderer is 100% responsible for Jessie Davis’ death, then Jessie Davis cannot be responsible for creating the situation that led to her death. If she was responsible for the situation, she’d be like an accomplice to her own murder… which mean her murderer would share some fraction of guilt with her.

    And finally:

    What exactly is the difference between “should’ve expected it,” “was askin’ for it,” and “deserved it”?

  73. Emperor Misha I Comment by Emperor Misha I

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    You know, maybe part of the reason nobody from Feministe has showed up to rebut you is because they don’t want to register on your site- which they’d have to do if they wanted to comment.

    They were worried that I’d dispatch my Imperial Killer Robots to exterminate them, perhaps? I’m glad that you’re not that paranoid.

    But before I begin yappin’, allow me to point out that Jill brought racism into her post because of the extremely racist “Animal Husbandry” comment on your original post. It went unchallenged, which was probably why Jill assumed you and commentators agreeing with you also agreed with it.

    And we all know what they say about assumptions, don’t we? Perchance the next time Jill will be a little more careful about jumping to conclusions and instead address the actual points. I can hope.

    Because, you see (and I’m sure you’ll agree if you think about it), I can’t really be arsed to meticulously read every single comment and respond to it although I’d dearly love to have the time to do so. I mean, really. Otherwise I and every single other blogger under the Sun would be personally responsible for every single comment ever written on our sites that we hadn’t thoroughly responded to/deleted and/or banned the author of.

    But now, a few questions for you:

    You’ve described your post as not “blaming the victim” but rather a “lessons-learned” evaluation of the case. Why then, is the lesson learned here a lesson that only applies to women? Shouldn’t the most important lesson be don’t kill people? Because apparently that lesson doesn’t take root as strongly as we’d like.

    You’re kidding me, right? It’s in the Commandments, more specifically the sixth one. I mean, it’s not that I disagree with you, because I don’t, but I really didn’t know that “thou shalt not murder” is something in need of repeating.

    I admit that I’m guilty of making an assumption here myself, but I really didn’t feel it necessary to point out to my readers that murdering people is a Bad Thing. If they’re not aware of that already, I’d rather they stop reading and seek help. Urgently.

    Instead, I chose to focus on ways of decreasing the risk of being at the receiving end of a murder in progress.

    Why is it unreasonable to expect people to refrain from committing crimes of passion?

    Because they do it anyway, regardless of how much you expect them not to. Not all of them, but some of them always will. It’s human nature, and we can expect it to change until the cows come home, but it’s not going to do a bit of good.

    Do you blame people you know for reacting with undue anger towards you or others in real life?

    Uhm… Yes? But please tell me how this blaming is going to change the fact that they did what they did? More importantly, how much comfort is that to me or anybody else if I’m dead?

    Would you expect someone of your acquaintance to attack or murder someone else in the event of an affair resulting in pregnancy? Why might your expectations for those you know personally and differ from those you don’t?

    Because I can predict the behavior of people I know with a much larger degree of certainty than those I don’t know. That’s not to say that people I know can’t surprise me in unpleasant ways, but when practicing risk avoidance, it pays to have some sort of method to go by. If I consider the risks higher with regard to unknowns, it’s not because I’m assuming that they’re worse people than others, I simply don’t have as much information to base my estimate on, so I have to base it on average behavior which will always be worse than people I know. Because if my acquaintances were behaving worse than average, they wouldn’t be my acquaintances for very long.

    Why exactly do you think women like Jesse Davis “set themselves up for tragedy and failure?” Do you think they lack the intelligence to recognize the situation they’re in?

    They certainly seem to lack the intelligence to act upon that knowledge.

    Do you think they want their lives to be brief and miserable?

    No. I just think that they’re not using the logical part of their brain when they make decisions, or maybe they just don’t care. Unless they really are dangerously naive to the world they live in, in which case they’re my target audience for articles such as the one we’re talking about.

    Or do you think they lack alternatives or escapes these paths?

    Please.

    If Jessie Davis should have known that Cutts (or, apparently, any man in Cutt’s situtaion) was likely to kill her, why wasn’t he arrested before he committed any crimes?

    Because you, thank G-d, can’t be arrested based on the likelihood that you might, conceivably, commit a crime at some unspecified future point. Unless the evidence that you might is truly compelling, in which case you can find yourself on the receiving end of a restraining order or involuntarily committed to a mental institution if you’re really out there.

    Seems to me that if we can expect Jessie to notice the warning signs, we can definitely expect the same of impartial outside observers.

    Indeed. But you can’t throw anybody in the slammer because there’s an increased likelihood that he might commit a crime. And that’s as it should be.

    But that doesn’t change the increased likelihood, which is why it makes sense to avoid individuals like that.

    If all it takes to avoid crime and violence is staying out of certain areas or certain people, why do cops bother to patrol those areas or arrest those people? If it’s a matter of common knowledge that those areas are dangerous, than surely nobody would go there.

    They might live there, you know, or they may just be too damned daft to choose another route. Finally, they do have a right to be there but, again, that won’t raise them from the dead if they’re killed.

    I’m just advocating common sense here. I have a perfect right to walk across an intersection at a green light no matter what time of year and day it is, it’s the same right, but I can guarantee you that I’ll look at least two times extra before I do so downtown on a Friday night after payday. It doesn’t matter much to me how right I was not to do so if I’m busy assuming room temperature in a morgue.

    You’ve said elsewhere that “if you’re the victim of a crime, the sole responsibility for the criminal act itself rests with the perpetrator, and nobody else.” Later in that same comment (25), you said “she WAS responsible of piss poor prior planning which, as we all know, increases the probability of a highly undesirable outcome.” But don’t these statements contradict one another?

    No they don’t. He’s responsible for the actual murder. She’s responsible for placing herself in a situation where common sense would dictate that the probability of a poor outcome was increased. Two different issues.

    She can’t share his guilt because she’s not involved in his act. He can’t share her guilt because he didn’t make her poor choices for her.

    What exactly is the difference between “should’ve expected it,” “was askin’ for it,” and “deserved it”?

    “Should’ve expected it”: The individual in question engaged in an action that a reasonable person would realize would increase the probability of a given outcome.

    Example: Being hit by a car while crossing a road without looking.

    “was askin’ for it,”: The individual deliberately, in spite of alternatives, increased the probability of a given outcome through his/her actions.

    Example: Getting a fist in the face for grievously insulting a person when the option to shut up with no adverse consequences was clearly present.

    “deserved it”: Some overlap with the previous category, except in this case the result of the individual’s deliberate actions seem appropriate to an average person, given the offending act.

    Example: The previous example might qualify, depending on who you are. A more clearcut one would be getting shot as a result of pointing, without compelling and justifiable reason, a lethal weapon at somebody.

  74. Unregistered Comment by Nah

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    They were worried that I’d dispatch my Imperial Killer Robots to exterminate them, perhaps? I’m glad that you’re not that paranoid.

    Whoa, cranky much? No need to get defensive- I only meant to point out that it’s possible the folks over at Feministe have better things to do than lurk on your blog all day. Presumably you don’t lurk on Feministe all day either, so you know, why not them?

    Because, you see (and I’m sure you’ll agree if you think about it), I can’t really be arsed to meticulously read every single comment and respond to it although I’d dearly love to have the time to do so. I mean, really. Otherwise I and every single other blogger under the Sun would be personally responsible for every single comment ever written on our sites that we hadn’t thoroughly responded to/deleted and/or banned the author of.

    That’s cute, but no. Because, you see (and I’m sure you’ll agree if you think about it), a comment like that one is obviously beyond the pale of social acceptability. You are not responsible for the occasional spammer, and you’re not required to respond to every troll, but when you get a comment on one of your posts that denigrates another group of human beings based on skin color in such a blatantly offensive and hostile way, you sure as hell have to do something. You can’t tolerate racism, and then expect people to believe that you’re not racist.

    But, as you said, the comment didn’t come to your attention immediately. That’s cool, fine. Whatever, everyone understands that you’ve got a life. That doesn’t explain why, once it was brought to your attention, you pretty much failed to do anything about it. You even fail to mention it in your retort to Jill, where it would have helped point out where, exactly, other people started bringing up race!

    Obviously, that particular comment was incendiary. Because of its content and the reaction it inspired, you should have done something about it when you became aware of it. If you really lacked the time to directly attack the comment, you should have deleted it. Neither of those two approaches would have taken longer than it took you to reply to my comment.

  75. Unregistered Comment by Nah

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    … Oh, and I’ve got more to say, but it’s late and I’ve got things to do in the morning, so I’ll post the rest of my response later.