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2013-01-16 10:17:37 PM
media.reason.com
Captain Caveman go to jail Now?
CAPTAIN CAAAVEMAN!
/sigh
 
2013-01-16 10:18:48 PM
good
 
2013-01-16 10:38:46 PM
The day America died.
 
2013-01-16 11:23:51 PM
How is it that OSHA doesn't apply? Engaging in sex acts with bodily waste? How can that not be forbidden by OSHA, whether it is "obscene" or not?

And it isn't the day America died. That day was Kelo v. New London.
 
2013-01-16 11:29:07 PM

SevenizGud: How is it that OSHA doesn't apply?


Because the video was shot in a foreign country.
 
2013-01-16 11:36:06 PM
Looks like Grumpy Tommy Lee Jones to me.
 
2013-01-17 12:12:18 AM
The video referenced in the headline (it's NSFW and not worth the trauma) is another man's work. What's scary is that there are probably more people out there making similar films...
 
2013-01-17 12:12:23 AM

SevenizGud: How is it that OSHA doesn't apply? Engaging in sex acts with bodily waste? How can that not be forbidden by OSHA, whether it is "obscene" or not?

And it isn't the day America died. That day was Kelo v. New London.


OSHA has a very large partial exemption for companies with less than 10 employees.  Also, OSHA can't even begin to investigate every company that exists in the US.
 
2013-01-17 12:18:40 AM
Well that's shiatty.
 
2013-01-17 12:18:43 AM
Nevermind the content, depraved as it is. We just became a non-free society through this decision.
 
2013-01-17 12:18:50 AM
You shouldn't go to jail for poor taste.
 
2013-01-17 12:19:41 AM

no clever name here just move along: You shouldn't go to jail for poor taste.


This.
 
2013-01-17 12:19:47 AM
Turns out there is a limit to what is acceptable and what isn't.

That limit is corn.
 
2013-01-17 12:19:55 AM
What a load of sh*t.
 
2013-01-17 12:20:36 AM
Why the fark is the justice department wasting their time on this? is Reagan still president?
 
2013-01-17 12:22:06 AM

no clever name here just move along: You shouldn't go to jail for poor taste.


You shouldn't go to jail for poo taste.
 
2013-01-17 12:22:30 AM
And the people who wrecked our economy continue to live large.
 
2013-01-17 12:22:38 AM
media.reason.comwww.awardscircuit.com
 
2013-01-17 12:22:39 AM

casual disregard: Nevermind the content, depraved as it is. We just became a non-free society through this decision.


Meh. It'll get overturned on appeal. What will be interesting is to see how many people post in this thread defending this guys rights who also believe that his company should have been prosecuted if it had publicly endorsed someone for president. Those are the people who will make us a non-free society.
 
2013-01-17 12:23:13 AM
So who's gonna get things started with the pics?
 
2013-01-17 12:23:46 AM
dammit, i just viewed a Reason article.
 
2013-01-17 12:24:12 AM
In a related joke, the funniest line from last week's 30 Rock: (paraphrased because I can't remember the exact line)

"I don't want to be Harriet TubMAN... change it to Tubgirl!"
 
2013-01-17 12:24:25 AM

no clever name here just move along: You shouldn't go to jail for poor taste.


Truth. But if you're an artist and you piss off the wrong people, you will be taken down. Just ask Mike Diana.
 
2013-01-17 12:24:29 AM
It looked like chocolate cream o' wheat to me.
 
2013-01-17 12:24:42 AM

King Something: What a load of sh*t.

 
2013-01-17 12:25:36 AM

Manfred J. Hattan: casual disregard: Nevermind the content, depraved as it is. We just became a non-free society through this decision.

Meh. It'll get overturned on appeal. What will be interesting is to see how many people post in this thread defending this guys rights who also believe that his company should have been prosecuted if it had publicly endorsed someone for president. Those are the people who will make us a non-free society.


Still defending Citizens United, I see.
 
2013-01-17 12:25:39 AM
I hope they don't go after the guy that created meatspin. So many lulz in college were had when we set that website as the home page on an unlocked computer.
 
2013-01-17 12:25:42 AM

no clever name here just move along: You shouldn't go to jail for poor taste.


So much this. If freedom of speech protects Westboro and the KKK how does it not protect to this.

/intake and output seems like.
 
2013-01-17 12:26:23 AM
What a crock.
 
2013-01-17 12:26:46 AM

Bob Falfa: Looks like Grumpy Tommy Lee Jones to me.


That's redundant.

It could also be Edward James Olmos.
 
2013-01-17 12:27:00 AM

SevenizGud: How is it that OSHA doesn't apply? Engaging in sex acts with bodily waste? How can that not be forbidden by OSHA, whether it is "obscene" or not?

And it isn't the day America died. That day was Kelo v. New London.


A lot of states amended their constitutions to prohibit that.
 
2013-01-17 12:27:33 AM

adammpower: Why the fark is the justice department wasting their time on this? is Reagan still president?


Morality in Media is involved.

Morality in Media, Inc. (MIM) is an American, faith-based, non-profit organization that was established in New York in 1962. MIM seeks to raise awareness about the purported harms of pornography and other forms of obscenity on individuals, families and society. MIM also works through constitutional means to curb traffic in obscenity and uphold Judeo-Christian standards of decency in media. The president is Patrick A. Trueman, who is a registered federal lobbyist

Freedom Sucks...I mean, Porn Harms
 
2013-01-17 12:27:46 AM

Manfred J. Hattan: casual disregard: Nevermind the content, depraved as it is. We just became a non-free society through this decision.

Meh. It'll get overturned on appeal. What will be interesting is to see how many people post in this thread defending this guys rights who also believe that his company should have been prosecuted if it had publicly endorsed someone for president. Those are the people who will make us a non-free society.


i16.photobucket.com
 
2013-01-17 12:27:56 AM
"Federal prosecutors had to try Isaacs three times before winning a conviction." WTF is this bullshiat ?. two hung (sic) juries before they found 12 self-righteous prudes.
 
2013-01-17 12:29:03 AM

casual disregard: Nevermind the content, depraved as it is. We just became a non-free society through this decision.


I disagree, and I'm a big first amendment supporter. To me, this is up there with something like Bum Fights, there has to be SOME limit somewhere, even if it's at the most extreme like this stuff is. When the activity goes beyond free speech, and borders on being dangerous to the participants, it has to be stopped.

I can't even fathom a way in which scat porn would actually be legit, how a person could even tolerate the smell, much less perform any sort of activity with it is beyond my ability to comprehend. The fact that you never read about these Brazilian women getting salmonella and hepatitis and dying leads me to believe most of it is fake. I think the government even tried to prosecute the US distributor for the 2 Girls 1 Cup movie, and even he admitted that it was all fake, since they couldn't find women who would actually agree to do it.

As for the bestiality stuff, that I don't even want to know. All I can say is you must have one HELL of a drug habit to agree to participate in that stuff.
 
2013-01-17 12:29:10 AM
 
2013-01-17 12:29:55 AM

SevenizGud: And it isn't the day America died. That day was Kelo v. New London.


Oh, come on. Kelo v. new london just expanded on previous rulings such as the Cabrini Green debacle. Kelo argued the wrong issue - the issue isn't whether the government can take your property, that's long been settled. It's whether they compensate you fairly. She should have argued that since the government was taking the land for the express purpose of rezoning it commercial and establishing commercial activities, they should pay her the commercial rate. Then, at least, she would have gotten paid for losing her land, instead of just losing it. Also, more on topic, this is obviously a travesty of justice. If he held women at gunpoint and forced them to commit these acts, then throw the book at him. But since he just paid women for doing things they volunteered to do, where's the crime? Don't women have the freedom to make really bad decisions for a paycheck just like men do?
 
2013-01-17 12:30:00 AM

Manfred J. Hattan: casual disregard: Nevermind the content, depraved as it is. We just became a non-free society through this decision.

Meh. It'll get overturned on appeal. What will be interesting is to see how many people post in this thread defending this guys rights who also believe that his company should have been prosecuted if it had publicly endorsed someone for president. Those are the people who will make us a non-free society.


I get the feeling that by "publicly endorse", you mean a handful of corporate interests trying to buy elections under the guise of personhood.
 
2013-01-17 12:30:33 AM
Kermit has a sad...

[kermitNOTfapping.img]
 
2013-01-17 12:30:55 AM

Manfred J. Hattan: casual disregard: Nevermind the content, depraved as it is. We just became a non-free society through this decision.

Meh. It'll get overturned on appeal. What will be interesting is to see how many people post in this thread defending this guys rights who also believe that his company should have been prosecuted if it had publicly endorsed someone for president. Those are the people who will make us a non-free society.


re:

no clever name here just move along: You shouldn't go to jail for poor taste.


The relentless moralizers won. They killed the USA. It's over. You are a card-carrying member of Al Aqaida.
 
2013-01-17 12:31:26 AM
Dear Jurors,

Ever hear of the FIRST AMENDMENT?
 
2013-01-17 12:31:31 AM
when asked for comment all the defendant had to say was, "Ski bi di bi di do bap do do do bam do ada bwi ba ba bada bo baba ba da bo bwi ba ba ba do "
 
2013-01-17 12:31:44 AM

spman: When the activity goes beyond free speech, and borders on being dangerous to the participants, it has to be stopped.

 
2013-01-17 12:31:47 AM
Jamie Gillis laughs from the beyond...
 
2013-01-17 12:32:48 AM
Real poo or simulated poo?

It matters.
 
2013-01-17 12:33:06 AM

Manfred J. Hattan: casual disregard: Nevermind the content, depraved as it is. We just became a non-free society through this decision.

Meh. It'll get overturned on appeal. What will be interesting is to see how many people post in this thread defending this guys rights who also believe that his company should have been prosecuted if it had publicly endorsed someone for president. Those are the people who will make us a non-free society.


your rambling - i don't even. get back on track sillypuss. Politics thread this is not.
 
2013-01-17 12:34:05 AM

spman: When the activity goes beyond free speech, and borders on being dangerous to the participants, it has to be stopped.


So you are also against skydiving, jogging, mountain climbing, driving cars, flying on airplanes, and taking showers? Did you know that people DIE doing all of those things? THEY MUST BE STOPPED NOW!!!11!
 
2013-01-17 12:34:06 AM
Nice. I liked how they kept jury-shopping till they got one they liked.

Its funny, you are only allowed one chance to defend yourself, but you can be dragged into a courtroom over and over again. All the prosecutor needs is to win one game, and they have the series, but the defense needs to have a perfect record and win every game.
 
2013-01-17 12:34:29 AM

spman: casual disregard: Nevermind the content, depraved as it is. We just became a non-free society through this decision.

I disagree, and I'm a big first amendment supporter. To me, this is up there with something like Bum Fights, there has to be SOME limit somewhere, even if it's at the most extreme like this stuff is. When the activity goes beyond free speech, and borders on being dangerous to the participants, it has to be stopped.

I can't even fathom a way in which scat porn would actually be legit, how a person could even tolerate the smell, much less perform any sort of activity with it is beyond my ability to comprehend. The fact that you never read about these Brazilian women getting salmonella and hepatitis and dying leads me to believe most of it is fake. I think the government even tried to prosecute the US distributor for the 2 Girls 1 Cup movie, and even he admitted that it was all fake, since they couldn't find women who would actually agree to do it.

As for the bestiality stuff, that I don't even want to know. All I can say is you must have one HELL of a drug habit to agree to participate in that stuff.


No, fark your limits. I refuse to accept that answer.

I cannot state this more strongly. My government has no place in regulating speech. You have no place in regulating freedom.
 
2013-01-17 12:35:28 AM

theMightyRegeya: Here's one for you folks who voted Republican because freedoms


The United States Department of Justice is run by President Obama & Democratic appointees and has been since 2009.
 
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