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(Some Guy)   "Missouri Man Asks to Be Sentenced in Sex Slave Case." He says he's been very, very bad and needs to be punished   (columbiamissourian.com) divider line 45
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2012-06-14 10:44:48 PM
American Horror Story(S2,E1): Take Me,Missouri!
 
2012-06-14 10:58:18 PM
My Gramma had a solution to misbehaviour-

Whip his ass!

/dnrtfa
 
2012-06-14 11:58:03 PM
Cook pleaded guilty in December to conspiracy to commit sex trafficking by force, fraud or coercion. He is the fourth man to plead to taking part in the torture of a young woman in a Lebanon mobile home.

He also was accused of trying to hire a hit man to kill the lead prosecutor and the alleged victim in the case.


Now this guy - I'm ok him with being in solitary. For a very long time.
 
2012-06-15 12:04:11 AM
That was almost hot subby. Then I read TFA.
 
2012-06-15 12:12:24 AM

wingedkat: That was almost hot subby. Then I read TFA.


The full story linked from TFA is even worse. (Unless that's the one you meant)
 
2012-06-15 12:32:33 AM

tallguywithglasseson: wingedkat: That was almost hot subby. Then I read TFA.

The full story linked from TFA is even worse. (Unless that's the one you meant)


Yeah. I didn't follow the link, but am familiar with the case.
 
2012-06-15 04:19:40 AM
Authorities have said that Bagley - described by investigators as the victim's "master" who went by the name Master Ed

Wii-ii-ii-iilbur...
 
2012-06-15 04:47:59 AM
PEOPLE.

PEOPLE PEOPLE PEOPLE!

There is something important you need to realize. While it is indeed a perfect example of the horror capable by literary writers, Gor is, still, FICTION.

It is not real life. Do not attempt to act on it.

IT IS JUST TERRIBLE WRITING. NOTHING MORE.
 
2012-06-15 05:02:47 AM

BronyMedic: PEOPLE.

PEOPLE PEOPLE PEOPLE!

There is something important you need to realize. While it is indeed a perfect example of the horror capable by literary writers, Gor is, still, FICTION.

It is not real life. Do not attempt to act on it.

IT IS JUST TERRIBLE WRITING. NOTHING MORE.


It starts off as just plain terrible writing... And then come the Insect Overlords.... And then it just gets weird. Still terrible, but really, really weird.
 
2012-06-15 05:03:59 AM

BronyMedic: While it is indeed a perfect example of the horror capable by literary writers, Gor is, still, FICTION.

It is not real life. Do not attempt to act on it.

IT IS JUST TERRIBLE WRITING. NOTHING MORE.


You have insulted my taste in fantasy literature. The codes of my caste permit me to kill you.
 
2012-06-15 05:32:49 AM
ShannonKW: You have insulted my taste in fantasy literature. The codes of my caste permit me to kill you.

Come at me, bro.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j7r25c8Ke1I
 
2012-06-15 05:33:58 AM

jcsgDin: It starts off as just plain terrible writing... And then come the Insect Overlords.... And then it just gets weird. Still terrible, but really, really weird.


Well, it ain't Hemmingway, but it isn't bad by the abysmal standards of fantasy literature. When you're reading fantasy pulp serials with oil-painted nekkid slave chicks on every cover you can't rightly complain that the author didn't deliver what was promised.

I grew up reading the Gor series, so it has a special place in my heart. It gave me my first boner. It was was readable up to about the 10th volume when the plot gave way to repetitive bondage fantasies. As to the insect overlords, they were a reasonable mechanism for keeping an entire world frozen at the Iron Age. (They're a hell of a lot more plausible than, say, the reapers in the Mass Effect series.) I think the author regretted introducing them though, because he soft-pedaled them afterward. It still impresses me that anyone had the balls to publish that stuff.
 
2012-06-15 05:36:54 AM

BronyMedic: ShannonKW: You have insulted my taste in fantasy literature. The codes of my caste permit me to kill you.

Come at me, bro.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j7r25c8Ke1I


Oh, it's on. IT'S GO TIM...

Shiat, spilled my nachos.

After I get this cheese out of the carpet, you are so dead.
 
2012-06-15 05:42:22 AM
ShannonKW: Well, it ain't Hemmingway, but it isn't bad by the abysmal standards of fantasy literature. When you're reading fantasy pulp serials with oil-painted nekkid slave chicks on every cover you can't rightly complain that the author didn't deliver what was promised.

True. It was one of the first pieces of erotica I read as a teenager. (I remember putting the Tarnsmen of Gor on a floppy and reading it during typing class rather than, you know - typing.) But even compared with some of the other works out there, it makes Manos: The Hands of Fate look like a Hollywood Blockbuster.

ShannonKW: I grew up reading the Gor series, so it has a special place in my heart. It gave me my first boner.

I blame it for getting me into BDSM. But, when I actually saw how the people who "LARP" Gor act and look, I wanted to distance myself as far as possible. Like, the distance to Alpha Centauri.

ShannonKW: It was was readable up to about the 10th volume when the plot gave way to repetitive bondage fantasies.

What book were you reading?! Most of it was a mixture of John Carter on Mars, and a huge dose of the tropes Happiness in Slavery, and Rape is Redemption.

ShannonKW: I think the author regretted introducing them though, because he soft-pedaled them afterward. It still impresses me that anyone had the balls to publish that stuff.

John Norman, scary enough, is a true believer in his own work. I know there are people out there who "try to live" the lifestyle he created in his books, but Norman was notorious for pushing it. He actually used it in his sociology and anthropology lectures when he teached as a demonstration of the ideal method of civilization. Norman is a huge misogynist who believes in the "barefoot and pregnant" school of thought when it comes to relationships.

ShannonKW: As to the insect overlords, they were a reasonable mechanism for keeping an entire world frozen at the Iron Age. (They're a hell of a lot more plausible than, say, the reapers in the Mass Effect series.)

Psionic Mantoid Aliens (Think Zorak) who have thousands of pebble-sized orbiting thermal kill-sats who kill anyone who develops technology? Sounds legit to me.
 
2012-06-15 06:18:55 AM

fusillade762: Authorities have said that Bagley - described by investigators as the victim's "master" who went by the name Master Ed

Wii-ii-ii-iilbur...


Ed Bagley? How could you? You always seemed so nice and caring and liberal and the whitest celebrity I can think of.
 
2012-06-15 06:28:44 AM

BronyMedic: ShannonKW: You have insulted my taste in fantasy literature. The codes of my caste permit me to kill you.

Come at me, bro.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j7r25c8Ke1I


Macross: Obviously better fiction than Gor.
 
2012-06-15 06:37:08 AM

BronyMedic: What book were you reading?! Most of it was a mixture of John Carter on Mars, and a huge dose of the tropes Happiness in Slavery, and Rape is Redemption.


Yeah, yeah, I know. Up to vol 10 there was an actual story arc and I enjoyed following Cabot as he hacked his way through it. The sex kinda crept in by degrees, so I was willing to put up with it to stick with the story. Ironic, now that I think about it, that I was skimming through the sex to get to the good parts.

The good thing about Cabot is that he isn't some cookie cutter white knight out to save the world or a comic book hero devoted vaguely to protecting the weak and avenging injustice and the cause of "good," whatever the hell that is. He's out for self and friends and his own personal dignity, which makes him one of the few fantasy protagonists I can sympathize with.

BronyMedic: Psionic Mantoid Aliens (Think Zorak) who have thousands of pebble-sized orbiting thermal kill-sats who kill anyone who develops technology? Sounds legit to me.


As I said, I think Norman regretted introducing the bugs. At any rate, bugs are whole lot more believable than anything humanoid coming from space (which covers about 95% of all fantasy aliens). The psionics were more plausible than aliens speaking Queen's English (98% of fantasy aliens). As to the orbiting kill-sats, the tech for that isn't far off in the real world.
 
2012-06-15 07:13:39 AM
From a link in the story

"A suburban St. Louis man, one of five accused of torturing and mutilating a runaway teen who authorities say was a sex slave for years.."

Doesn't sound very "amusing" subby, unless you're into that kind of thing.
 
2012-06-15 07:29:32 AM
I thought you usualy got sentanced in the court room. Just how big is a sex slave case? Seems kinda kinky to do it that way. And probably a tight fit.
 
2012-06-15 07:32:46 AM
Sounds perilous.
 
2012-06-15 07:36:59 AM
Bailiff...Whack his peepeee
 
2012-06-15 08:28:48 AM
Subby finds sex slavery and torture amusing. There are domination dungeons you should check out before you hurt someone, subby.
 
2012-06-15 08:43:48 AM
Bring out the Gimp

/another BDSM thread already, the last one was only like 2 days ago. I'm not sure the Fark Kink brigade's whip wounds are healed yet.
 
2012-06-15 09:17:11 AM

Oldiron_79: Bring out the Gimp


Relevant. (SFW, pops)


/am I doing this right?
 
2012-06-15 10:03:17 AM

tallguywithglasseson: wingedkat: That was almost hot subby. Then I read TFA.

The full story linked from TFA is even worse. (Unless that's the one you meant)


From the other article: "Prosecutors have accused Bagley of numerous torture and mutilation acts, including whipping the young woman, electrically shocking her, locking her in a dog cage and forcing her head under water."

...I think I just won Kink bingo.

/seriously, that's messed up
 
2012-06-15 10:07:31 AM

tallguywithglasseson: wingedkat: That was almost hot subby. Then I read TFA.

The full story linked from TFA is even worse. (Unless that's the one you meant)


FTFLA: Bagley allegedly advertised online and in-person torture sessions, with Cook and the three other defendants accused of paying or bartering with cigarettes, computer hard drives, meat and other items to take part in the sexual abuse and torture

Amazing what a pack of Camels and a ribeye can get you these days.
 
2012-06-15 10:18:09 AM

largedon: FTFLA: Bagley allegedly advertised online and in-person torture sessions, with Cook and the three other defendants accused of paying or bartering with cigarettes, computer hard drives, meat and other items to take part in the sexual abuse and torture

Amazing what a pack of Camels and a ribeye can get you these days.



I think it was mainly the hard drives, and the meat and smokes were used to make change.

"Are you kidding? This is 5TB man, no wai!"
"K, how bout the girl, 5 ribeyes and a carton for the drive?"
 
2012-06-15 11:34:16 AM
OOOH JEESUS CHRIIIST

i131.photobucket.com
 
2012-06-15 11:36:21 AM
images.wikia.com
Jesus Christ!
 
2012-06-15 01:11:28 PM

ShannonKW: I grew up reading the Gor series, so it has a special place in my heart.


ANOTHER kink thread without a lot of screaming about how no one wants to hear it?

Be still my beating heart.
 
2012-06-15 01:13:30 PM

Sock Ruh Tease: Subby finds sex slavery and torture amusing. There are domination dungeons you should check out before you hurt someone, subby.


Subby here. No; I don't find torture or slavery amusing. I found the headline (inadvertently) amusing.

[lightenupfrancis.jpg]
 
2012-06-15 01:16:49 PM
turboke: Oldiron_79: Bring out the Gimp

Relevant. (SFW, pops)

/am I doing this right?


No you are not, now put the ball gag back in and get ready to be whipped some more for screwing it up.
 
2012-06-15 01:19:04 PM

Mr. Shabooboo: Bailiff...Whack his peepeee


Judge Judy scares me
 
2012-06-15 01:21:03 PM

ShannonKW: When you're reading fantasy pulp serials with oil-painted nekkid slave chicks on every cover you can't rightly complain that the author didn't deliver what was promised.


You mean Shakespeare didn't write this?

www.rotatingcorpse.com
 
2012-06-15 01:29:30 PM
BDSM: One of the few communities that actively invites predators and then waits for them to fark up before anyone questions them (if at all).

3Horn
 
2012-06-15 02:07:03 PM
3horn: BDSM: One of the few communities that actively invites predators and then waits for them to fark up before anyone questions them (if at all).

3Horn


Considering to join most local BDSM groups you have to not only sign a non-disclosure agreement, but go through a criminal and civil background check, I don't think you know what you're talking about.

Especially since they'll throw you out and ban you for the slightest shenanigans.
 
2012-06-15 02:36:03 PM

BronyMedic: Considering to join most local BDSM groups you have to not only sign a non-disclosure agreement, but go through a criminal and civil background check, I don't think you know what you're talking about.


lol
 
2012-06-15 03:07:54 PM

BronyMedic: 3horn: BDSM: One of the few communities that actively invites predators and then waits for them to fark up before anyone questions them (if at all).

3Horn

Considering to join most local BDSM groups you have to not only sign a non-disclosure agreement, but go through a criminal and civil background check, I don't think you know what you're talking about.

Especially since they'll throw you out and ban you for the slightest shenanigans.


I don't think I've ever gone through the criminal and background checks. Of course, I'm not an "official" member of the local Imperial Court (though three of my friends are) or the Portland Leather Alliance (though I did attend Kinkfest.)

That said, at least around here there's usually some checking and proving yourself involved in the scene. I don't know any subs or bottoms that would just jump in with just any person that came along; most would want to see them around in the community three or four times at a minimum.

As for throwing you out for shenanigans - I don't know if that's happened lately in a while, I'm fairly new to the local scene (Been kinky for a decade and a half, been "in the community" for a year.)

I'm not a fan of Gor. It's just too cliched at this point.

Oysterman: From the other article: "Prosecutors have accused Bagley of numerous torture and mutilation acts, including whipping the young woman, electrically shocking her, locking her in a dog cage and forcing her head under water."

...I think I just won Kink bingo.

/seriously, that's messed up


Depends. I mean, yeah... obviously the person involved was doing it very, very wrong.

There's a big difference between whipping with a 10' long single-tail whip and making it crack vs. using a 6' single-tail carefully.

Shocking? That's what tools like Violet Wands, TENS units and electric sly swatters are for - high amperage, low voltage. It's not dangerous, or at least not very dangerous.

The dog cage? Sounds like fun. Some subs *like* to be kept in tight spaces like that - one friend once mentioned that she would like to have their dominant keep them in an under-bed cage (18" tall).

Forcing the head under water? Depends on how long it's held there, and also if it's moving water or not. Compared to breathplay or carotid occlusions, it's not very dangerous.

/Note that I didn't say things were "safe". Nothing is truly "safe".
//Honestly, it sounds like the start to a fun Saturday night to me.
 
2012-06-15 03:19:33 PM
BronyMedic:
Considering to join most local BDSM groups you have to not only sign a non-disclosure agreement, but go through a criminal and civil background check, I don't think you know what you're talking about.

Especially since they'll throw you out and ban you for the slightest shenanigans.


Really?

In twenty years of dealing with the BDSM community is Texas, Florida and California, not once have a seen a criminal or civil background check. NDAs and releases sure, but background checks? For one thing, it's not cost-effective; most dungeons / fetish events run on pretty slim margins.

Hell, FetLife & Craigslist alone provide plenty of opportunities for less than ethical people to do bad things, don't even get me started on collarme.com or alt.com/bondage.com.

As for "shenanigans", you're relying on the DMs and spectators to police play, and the higher up someone is in the leather community, the more leeway they're given. Even then I've seen play continue when a spectator "reded" a scene.

3Horn
 
2012-06-15 03:55:17 PM
3horn: In twenty years of dealing with the BDSM community is Texas, Florida and California, not once have a seen a criminal or civil background check. NDAs and releases sure, but background checks? For one thing, it's not cost-effective; most dungeons / fetish events run on pretty slim margins.

The local group here makes you do a 75 dollar background check you have to pay for out of pocket. It's one of the reasons I've never chosen to get vetted and join it. The other being that I'm married, and my wife would have a fit.

3horn: Hell, FetLife & Craigslist alone provide plenty of opportunities for less than ethical people to do bad things, don't even get me started on collarme.com or alt.com/bondage.com.

As for "shenanigans", you're relying on the DMs and spectators to police play, and the higher up someone is in the leather community, the more leeway they're given. Even then I've seen play continue when a spectator "reded" a scene.


Aaaaand that's the point it crosses the line from consensual play to sexual assault.
 
DYI
2012-06-15 04:26:01 PM

3horn: BronyMedic:
Considering to join most local BDSM groups you have to not only sign a non-disclosure agreement, but go through a criminal and civil background check, I don't think you know what you're talking about.

Especially since they'll throw you out and ban you for the slightest shenanigans.

Really?

In twenty years of dealing with the BDSM community is Texas, Florida and California, not once have a seen a criminal or civil background check. NDAs and releases sure, but background checks? For one thing, it's not cost-effective; most dungeons / fetish events run on pretty slim margins.

Hell, FetLife & Craigslist alone provide plenty of opportunities for less than ethical people to do bad things, don't even get me started on collarme.com or alt.com/bondage.com.

As for "shenanigans", you're relying on the DMs and spectators to police play, and the higher up someone is in the leather community, the more leeway they're given. Even then I've seen play continue when a spectator "reded" a scene.

3Horn


From what I have seen (which admittedly isn't much) the kink community where I am does a pretty good job of policing itself. I know there are people that use kink as a way to do Very Bat Things, but with knowledge and safety nets those people are usually found out pretty quickly and outed so no one is put in harms way.
 
DYI
2012-06-15 04:26:39 PM
Bat things with bat wings....

s/bat/bad
 
2012-06-15 04:29:16 PM

BronyMedic: The local group here makes you do a 75 dollar background check you have to pay for out of pocket. It's one of the reasons I've never chosen to get vetted and join it. The other being that I'm married, and my wife would have a fit.


Because your wife doesn't know you like the kink, or because you'd take the opportunity to violate the limits of your relationship?

It's possible to be in "the scene" and be monogamous, you know.

BronyMedic: Aaaaand that's the point it crosses the line from consensual play to sexual assault.


Probably, but not necessarily. Not everyone uses "red" for "STOP STOP STOP" - I use yellow to "slow down", red to "pause", and another word (one that won't come up in conversation very often at all) for "get me the fark out of this NOW".
 
2012-06-15 07:00:28 PM

3horn: Even then I've seen play continue when a spectator "reded" a scene.


What this is I don't even. Apparently you have your own lexicon.
 
2012-06-16 04:29:01 PM

tallguywithglasseson: What this is I don't even. Apparently you have your own lexicon.


"Red" is one of the most common "stop now!" safewords. In those cases, it's supposed to stop play immediately - no questions asked first, you start letting them loose and giving them aftercare. It usually means that the top broke a limit, they are truly injured or they are having a mental issue (like a PTSD trigger).

Some people use red as "stop for now"... but if you don't negotiate beforehand (which is a massive screwup in and of itself) red is almost invariably the assumed "get me out of here!" safeword.

/And yes, like any subculture, we have our own lexicon.
 
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