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2010-02-24 03:44:20 AM
Good for her!

About ten years ago, I got a double whammy.

It was just after the Clarence Thomas hearings and the business about Anita Hill.

My mother was visiting, I think it was around one of my kids'/her grandkids' birthday and I made some boneheaded remark like, "Well, if Anita Hill was so offended by his remarks, why didn't she just quit?"

That was when my mother, then in her mid seventies, looked me in the eye and said, "No one would have believed her."

She went on to add that her boss, the pre-eminent attorney in her Illinois city in the late 1940s, raped her in the office when she was working late.

You could have knocked me over with a feather at that point.

She continued to work for him for another three years. She could see no other way. He never touched her after that one time. Mom told me that his wife was an invalid and that she doubted that he was getting any from his wife at that time.

A year later, her employer hired my father as a private investigator. My mom fell in love with my dad there and they married.

They were married for just shy of twenty-six years when Dad died.

She never told him, yet the little quirk I was aware of since I was a kid now became crystal clear. Over the years, whenever Mom and Dad would run into their former boss before his death, he would always take her aside and ask, "Is he treating you right?"

Talk about farking guilty conscience...

Dad is dead now for thirty-six years. Mom is 85 and aggressively healthy, so she may well be around for a good while. However, once she passes, all bets are off. I know where the SOB is buried and I most assuredly will go piss on his grave.
 
2010-02-24 08:51:55 AM
At least Australia has some sack, even amongst its young girls.

If this had happened in England, the child would be charged with malicious wounding and racial discrimination.
 
2010-02-24 10:39:54 AM
Anyone remember the rape episode of FACTS OF LIFE?

Been afraid of women using lollypop as impromptu weapons to poke my eye out ever since.
 
2010-02-24 10:40:29 AM
Aulus: Good for her!

About ten years ago, I got a double whammy.

It was just after the Clarence Thomas hearings and the business about Anita Hill.

My mother was visiting, I think it was around one of my kids'/her grandkids' birthday and I made some boneheaded remark like, "Well, if Anita Hill was so offended by his remarks, why didn't she just quit?"

That was when my mother, then in her mid seventies, looked me in the eye and said, "No one would have believed her."

She went on to add that her boss, the pre-eminent attorney in her Illinois city in the late 1940s, raped her in the office when she was working late.

You could have knocked me over with a feather at that point.

She continued to work for him for another three years. She could see no other way. He never touched her after that one time. Mom told me that his wife was an invalid and that she doubted that he was getting any from his wife at that time.

A year later, her employer hired my father as a private investigator. My mom fell in love with my dad there and they married.

They were married for just shy of twenty-six years when Dad died.

She never told him, yet the little quirk I was aware of since I was a kid now became crystal clear. Over the years, whenever Mom and Dad would run into their former boss before his death, he would always take her aside and ask, "Is he treating you right?"

Talk about farking guilty conscience...

Dad is dead now for thirty-six years. Mom is 85 and aggressively healthy, so she may well be around for a good while. However, once she passes, all bets are off. I know where the SOB is buried and I most assuredly will go piss on his grave.


My hat's off, bro.
 
2010-02-24 10:40:49 AM
Aulus: Good for her!

About ten years ago, I got a double whammy.

It was just after the Clarence Thomas hearings and the business about Anita Hill.

My mother was visiting, I think it was around one of my kids'/her grandkids' birthday and I made some boneheaded remark like, "Well, if Anita Hill was so offended by his remarks, why didn't she just quit?"

That was when my mother, then in her mid seventies, looked me in the eye and said, "No one would have believed her."

She went on to add that her boss, the pre-eminent attorney in her Illinois city in the late 1940s, raped her in the office when she was working late.

You could have knocked me over with a feather at that point.

She continued to work for him for another three years. She could see no other way. He never touched her after that one time. Mom told me that his wife was an invalid and that she doubted that he was getting any from his wife at that time.

A year later, her employer hired my father as a private investigator. My mom fell in love with my dad there and they married.

They were married for just shy of twenty-six years when Dad died.

She never told him, yet the little quirk I was aware of since I was a kid now became crystal clear. Over the years, whenever Mom and Dad would run into their former boss before his death, he would always take her aside and ask, "Is he treating you right?"

Talk about farking guilty conscience...

Dad is dead now for thirty-six years. Mom is 85 and aggressively healthy, so she may well be around for a good while. However, once she passes, all bets are off. I know where the SOB is buried and I most assuredly will go piss on his grave.


Cool story, bro.
 
2010-02-24 10:43:24 AM
Did she yell "Let go of my purse!"?
 
2010-02-24 10:43:46 AM
www.touchmyapps.com
 
2010-02-24 10:44:13 AM
Wow, even young white girls from Australia make up rape stories and blame it on a black guy.
 
2010-02-24 10:45:08 AM
Bermuda59: Did she yell "Let go of my purse!"?

www.platypuscomix.net
 
2010-02-24 10:45:19 AM
Actual headline FTA:
"Schoolgirl fights off would-be kidnappers on walk home from school"

If this is what is going to happen, I propose a law requiring all kidnappers to take the bus home from school.
 
2010-02-24 10:46:57 AM
the two men of Aboriginal appearance

What's the "N-word" for aboriginals?
 
2010-02-24 10:47:01 AM
Aulus:

Dad is dead now for thirty-six years. Mom is 85 and aggressively healthy, so she may well be around for a good while. However, once she passes, all bets are off. I know where the SOB is buried and I most assuredly will go piss on his grave.




Wait, so your Dad is the Lawyer guy?
 
2010-02-24 10:47:29 AM
Oakland A's FTW!: Wow, even young white girls from Australia make up rape stories and blame it on a black guy.

½/10
 
2010-02-24 10:49:01 AM
hmm. "some Mexican guy"
 
2010-02-24 10:49:58 AM
Yeah, I think it's BS too unless I hear more details. Sounds like an attention whore to me.

How did she know the passenger who never got out of the car was tall? Aussie's have a huge problem with racism against aborigines.
 
2010-02-24 10:50:03 AM
She said her son was so traumatised that he now needed to be picked up from school.

Man up, Nancy. He was after a 15 year old girl. The only kind of guys that would want to rape you would be preachers.
 
2010-02-24 10:50:18 AM
offacue: the two men of Aboriginal appearance

What's the "N-word" for aboriginals?


Boong.
 
2010-02-24 10:51:55 AM
Good for her. Hope she kicked his balls so hard he choked on them.

You go girl.
 
2010-02-24 10:52:34 AM
Joy25: Good for her. Hope she kicked his balls so hard he choked on them.

You go girl.


You sound militant.
 
2010-02-24 10:54:54 AM
ibankcoin.com
 
2010-02-24 10:55:22 AM
Aulus: My mother was visiting, I think it was around one of my kids'/her grandkids' birthday and I made some boneheaded remark like, "Well, if Anita Hill was so offended by his remarks, why didn't she just quit?"

That was when my mother, then in her mid seventies, looked me in the eye and said, "No one would have believed her."

She went on to add that her boss, the pre-eminent attorney in her Illinois city in the late 1940s, raped her in the office when she was working late.


Ugh. I hate to post this.

My grandparents retired to Blythe. Nice little farm, land they had owned. It's a good stopover when I have to go to Phoenix for business, and I will do it as long as I can to see them and appreciate them.

Last summer my grandma and I were sitting on the back porch of their house, watching my grandpa in the distance mowing the long grass with his beloved kubota tractor.

Right out of high school, my grandparents married and he went off to the Korean war. She got a job at a food marketing company (now a huge conglomerate) and worked for a type-a, big-boss man.

I don't know how we got there, but eventually we got to the topic of workplace issues in the fifties. And she shared things that floored me.

She felt somewhat successful, landing a position in a steno pool/order taker position for a big company. But she realized that the guy who ran the office hired females who really,really needed the job, and would comply with his demands. Those demands included after-hours sex on the meeting room table. Most of the girls who worked there put up with it every four weeks or so, but my grandma left after the first episode. But she admitted that she never reported it, as she needed the job.

What's worse, she talked about the Mexican girls who worked at places like neighborhood food markets. Owners hired teen girls for positions like cashiers, and totally took advantage of them afterward. I believe her. I have no reason not to.
 
2010-02-24 10:56:10 AM
Joy25: Good for her. Hope she kicked his balls so hard he choked on them.

You go girl.


Talk to the hand.
 
2010-02-24 10:56:13 AM
Sin_City_Superhero: Joy25: Good for her. Hope she kicked his balls so hard he choked on them.

You go girl.

You sound militant.



Just glad that he got his beans smashed. He deserved it.
 
2010-02-24 10:57:56 AM
freedomguide.files.wordpress.com
 
2010-02-24 10:58:03 AM
this smells funny.
 
2010-02-24 10:58:06 AM
Joy25: Sin_City_Superhero: Joy25: Good for her. Hope she kicked his balls so hard he choked on them.

You go girl.

You sound militant.


Just glad that he got his beans smashed. He deserved it.


You sound gullible
 
2010-02-24 11:00:55 AM
Fluff Girl: Aulus: My mother was visiting, I think it was around one of my kids'/her grandkids' birthday and I made some boneheaded remark like, "Well, if Anita Hill was so offended by his remarks, why didn't she just quit?"

That was when my mother, then in her mid seventies, looked me in the eye and said, "No one would have believed her."

She went on to add that her boss, the pre-eminent attorney in her Illinois city in the late 1940s, raped her in the office when she was working late.

Ugh. I hate to post this.

My grandparents retired to Blythe. Nice little farm, land they had owned. It's a good stopover when I have to go to Phoenix for business, and I will do it as long as I can to see them and appreciate them.

Last summer my grandma and I were sitting on the back porch of their house, watching my grandpa in the distance mowing the long grass with his beloved kubota tractor.

Right out of high school, my grandparents married and he went off to the Korean war. She got a job at a food marketing company (now a huge conglomerate) and worked for a type-a, big-boss man.

I don't know how we got there, but eventually we got to the topic of workplace issues in the fifties. And she shared things that floored me.

She felt somewhat successful, landing a position in a steno pool/order taker position for a big company. But she realized that the guy who ran the office hired females who really,really needed the job, and would comply with his demands. Those demands included after-hours sex on the meeting room table. Most of the girls who worked there put up with it every four weeks or so, but my grandma left after the first episode. But she admitted that she never reported it, as she needed the job.

What's worse, she talked about the Mexican girls who worked at places like neighborhood food markets. Owners hired teen girls for positions like cashiers, and totally took advantage of them afterward. I believe her. I have no reason not to.


Interesting, but not very relevant. I will agree that talking with old people can be very cool.
 
2010-02-24 11:01:56 AM
Nice use of the Hero tag
 
2010-02-24 11:02:48 AM
TOO STRONG
img.wonkette.com
 
2010-02-24 11:08:06 AM
Aulus: I know where the SOB is buried and I most assuredly will go piss on his grave.

Let me know when you're getting ready to go--I'll buy you lots of beer.
 
2010-02-24 11:08:20 AM
Mudflap: Fluff Girl: Aulus: My mother was visiting, I think it was around one of my kids'/her grandkids' birthday and I made some boneheaded remark like, "Well, if Anita Hill was so offended by his remarks, why didn't she just quit?"

That was when my mother, then in her mid seventies, looked me in the eye and said, "No one would have believed her."

She went on to add that her boss, the pre-eminent attorney in her Illinois city in the late 1940s, raped her in the office when she was working late.

Ugh. I hate to post this.

My grandparents retired to Blythe. Nice little farm, land they had owned. It's a good stopover when I have to go to Phoenix for business, and I will do it as long as I can to see them and appreciate them.

Last summer my grandma and I were sitting on the back porch of their house, watching my grandpa in the distance mowing the long grass with his beloved kubota tractor.

Right out of high school, my grandparents married and he went off to the Korean war. She got a job at a food marketing company (now a huge conglomerate) and worked for a type-a, big-boss man.

I don't know how we got there, but eventually we got to the topic of workplace issues in the fifties. And she shared things that floored me.

She felt somewhat successful, landing a position in a steno pool/order taker position for a big company. But she realized that the guy who ran the office hired females who really,really needed the job, and would comply with his demands. Those demands included after-hours sex on the meeting room table. Most of the girls who worked there put up with it every four weeks or so, but my grandma left after the first episode. But she admitted that she never reported it, as she needed the job.

What's worse, she talked about the Mexican girls who worked at places like neighborhood food markets. Owners hired teen girls for positions like cashiers, and totally took advantage of them afterward. I believe her. I have no reason not to.

Interesting, but not very relevant. I will agree that talking with old people can be very cool.


There's pedobear pictures and you're picking on this comment for being irrelevant?
/not that pedobear isn't welcome... just too old
 
2010-02-24 11:15:56 AM
I worked on a rape/battery hotline for two years. The vast majority of survivors of sexual assault never report the crime. I am greatly encoraged by this girl's story.

When I was trained as a counselor, I was required to take a self-defense class. The first thing the instructor did was insist all the students punch him as hard as they could. Nearly every girl in class couldn't do it. It appears we're programmed that way.
 
2010-02-24 11:18:46 AM
Police said the girl had noticed the two men of Aboriginal appearance following her in the car, shortly before the attempted abduction.

Abodiginals?

/iddat racis'?
 
2010-02-24 11:19:03 AM
I need to move to Australia. All this time I've been paying 15 year old girls to kick me in the balls and in Australia they do it for free.
 
2010-02-24 11:21:00 AM
Aulus: Good for her!

About ten years ago, I got a double whammy.

It was just after the Clarence Thomas hearings and the business about Anita Hill.

My mother was visiting, I think it was around one of my kids'/her grandkids' birthday and I made some boneheaded remark like, "Well, if Anita Hill was so offended by his remarks, why didn't she just quit?"

That was when my mother, then in her mid seventies, looked me in the eye and said, "No one would have believed her."

She went on to add that her boss, the pre-eminent attorney in her Illinois city in the late 1940s, raped her in the office when she was working late.

You could have knocked me over with a feather at that point.

She continued to work for him for another three years. She could see no other way. He never touched her after that one time. Mom told me that his wife was an invalid and that she doubted that he was getting any from his wife at that time.

A year later, her employer hired my father as a private investigator. My mom fell in love with my dad there and they married.

They were married for just shy of twenty-six years when Dad died.

She never told him, yet the little quirk I was aware of since I was a kid now became crystal clear. Over the years, whenever Mom and Dad would run into their former boss before his death, he would always take her aside and ask, "Is he treating you right?"

Talk about farking guilty conscience...

Dad is dead now for thirty-six years. Mom is 85 and aggressively healthy, so she may well be around for a good while. However, once she passes, all bets are off. I know where the SOB is buried and I most assuredly will go piss on his grave.


a massive dump would be nice as well
 
2010-02-24 11:21:58 AM
missmez: I worked on a rape/battery hotline for two years. The vast majority of survivors of sexual assault never report the crime. I am greatly encoraged by this girl's story.

When I was trained as a counselor, I was required to take a self-defense class. The first thing the instructor did was insist all the students punch him as hard as they could. Nearly every girl in class couldn't do it. It appears we're programmed that way.


I dunno. I don't think I could punch somebody as hard as I could in a training situation, but that doesn't mean that I wouldn't be swinging like a mad man if that same guy tried to hurt me or my wife. I see your point, but I'm not sure the inability to punch a trainer is indicative of an inability to defend one's self.
 
2010-02-24 11:22:07 AM
Man, I need to open up a 1950s business.
 
2010-02-24 11:22:22 AM
Likely fake. She is just starving for attention. If you happen to see her walking on the side of the road, jump out of your vehicle and grab her in a big bear hug. Oh, and wear protective gear when you do it, just in case she misinterprets your actions.
 
2010-02-24 11:23:47 AM
Every female should make it a point to learn some kind of self defense technique. I pass on certain techniques my sifu teaches that would get my g/f out of a jam in a hurry. She says training in kung fu has made me too paranoid, I tell her she's not paranoid enough and I send her links like these.

Same goes for guys. We're taught from a very early age that going for the balls is a "dirty move" and not fighting fair. Show me where there are rules to a street fight or a mugging? If my only recourse of getting myself out of a sticky situation is to bury my knee in the other dudes junk so far it comes out his rectum I think I can live with that.
 
2010-02-24 11:26:42 AM
Aulus: Good for her!

About ten years ago, I got a double whammy.

It was just after the Clarence Thomas hearings and the business about Anita Hill.


Uh... not to be a wet blanket, but... that was 20 years ago. 9/11 was almost 10 years ago.

/ feels old
 
2010-02-24 11:30:09 AM
ShadowPenguin: Show me where there are rules to a street fight or a mugging? If my only recourse of getting myself out of a sticky situation is to bury my knee in the other dudes junk so far it comes out his rectum I think I can live with that.

A personal code of honor loses meaning when you expect your enemy to follow it as well.

Not that I wouldn't do it as well, I just wouldn't take his wallet afterwards find out where he lives and go kill his whole family. However I can't expect him not to do that, hence my willingness to treat his yam-bag like a pinata.
 
2010-02-24 11:32:30 AM
Aboriginese, please!
 
2010-02-24 11:33:00 AM
i528.photobucket.com

/seal of approval
 
2010-02-24 11:36:04 AM
ShadowPenguin: Every female should make it a point to learn some kind of self defense technique. I pass on certain techniques my sifu teaches that would get my g/f out of a jam in a hurry. She says training in kung fu has made me too paranoid, I tell her she's not paranoid enough and I send her links like these.

Same goes for guys. We're taught from a very early age that going for the balls is a "dirty move" and not fighting fair. Show me where there are rules to a street fight or a mugging? If my only recourse of getting myself out of a sticky situation is to bury my knee in the other dudes junk so far it comes out his rectum I think I can live with that.



You got it. If ball crushing gets me out of a bad situation then I'm going to flatten those berries.
 
2010-02-24 11:39:47 AM
Sin_City_Superhero: She said her son was so traumatised that he now needed to be picked up from school.

Man up, Nancy. He was after a 15 year old girl. The only kind of guys that would want to rape you would be preachers.


reading comprehension fail.

FTA:
And in another recent incident, a nine-year-old boy has been allegedly bashed by a stranger as he walked along in the Yarra Valley as he walked home from school.

"Janine" told Radio 3AW today that her son was left with a bloody nose, but the reason for the attack appears to be a complete mystery.

"That's the scary thing. He never said a word to him. He didn't try to take (anything)."


man up? really? he's farking nine years old.
 
2010-02-24 11:40:02 AM
i2.ebayimg.com
 
2010-02-24 11:40:53 AM
Joy25: You got it. If ball crushing gets me out of a bad situation then I'm going to flatten those berries.

For guys, balls should always be a last resort.

Why? Because if you do end up losing, the dude is going to kick you in the balls ten times for every time you kicked him.

Tread carefully when playing the WND card.
 
2010-02-24 11:43:11 AM
SchlingFocker: Joy25: You got it. If ball crushing gets me out of a bad situation then I'm going to flatten those berries.

For guys, balls should always be a last resort.

Why? Because if you do end up losing, the dude is going to kick you in the balls ten times for every time you kicked him.

Tread carefully when playing the WND card.


If you hold anything back for fear of losing, you have already lost.

/holy fark, that's zen
//ommmmmm
///kick my slashies in the Original Man Purse
 
2010-02-24 11:43:30 AM
Brick-House: ibankcoin.com

That makes me laugh every single time.
 
2010-02-24 11:44:23 AM
I've heard it said that puttin' a hurtin' on an assailant's balls is, while not impossible, easier said than done--due to us guys instinctively protecting that area from a very early age. Any thoughts from the more-trained-than-me?

Also--if you take out an eye--fight's over.
 
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