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(Do You Remember)   For the last 30 years, Larry Flynt has been sending issues of Hustler to every member of Congress and only a handful of them give them back. (some Not safe for work images)   (doyouremember.com) divider line 40
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2013-11-04 11:54:58 AM
Well that's another benefit you get for being an intern!
 
2013-11-04 12:07:01 PM
A much better use of the phrase "sticky pages."
 
2013-11-04 12:15:19 PM
Congress gets literally mountains of mail and packages. It's not practically to send anything back, unless you want to make a point of doing so. During Christmas there's enough chocolate sent to send everyone into a permanent diabetic coma.
 
2013-11-04 12:15:39 PM

The Stealth Hippopotamus: Well that's another benefit you get for being an intern!


Bingo. Interns or Staff Assistants are the ones opening the mail. Some keep them, others pass them off to other staffers as a joke (also where the conspiracy nut/rapture books go). I'm sure plenty of offices bin them. Returning them would just be a pain in the ass, easier to just toss it in the recycling bin where the rest of the incoming garbage. Lots of publications send stuff to every member of Congress. Generally, the stuff nobody in the office is interested in is just recycled.
 
2013-11-04 12:16:06 PM
Well we all know Congress is full of jerk offs, this just confirms it
 
2013-11-04 12:16:51 PM
If nothing else. Hooray, and happy birthday Mr Flint.

The internet, and free speech, would have been very different without you.
 
2013-11-04 12:16:54 PM

The Stealth Hippopotamus: Well that's another benefit you get for being an intern!


Why not?  Most of the women there are either a) frigid or b) attractive to wealthy men the way bees are attracted to honey.
 
2013-11-04 12:16:58 PM
Larry Flynt is an interesting conundrum for America. He's a freedom-fighting smut-peddler who probably smells of several bodily fluids. He's practically Voltaire's definition of the principal you hate and yet are compelled to defend.
 
2013-11-04 12:19:25 PM

ChuckRoddy: Congress gets literally mountains of mail and packages. It's not practically to send anything back, unless you want to make a point of doing so. During Christmas there's enough chocolate sent to send everyone into a permanent diabetic coma.


Lots of fun trinkets too. Books, even sometimes real ones that you might actually want to read, hats, pens, other promotional crap (sub $10 gifts are pretty much ignored for the sake of ethics rules). Lots of reports and publications from advocacy groups, independent research groups, think tanks, specialized trade publications, and of course, lots of mail from constituents.
 
2013-11-04 12:26:18 PM
So I guess this terrible site is what's replacing Opposing Views now that everybody's on to that one?
 
2013-11-04 12:31:05 PM

skozlaw: So I guess this terrible site is what's replacing Opposing Views now that everybody's on to that one?


What's wrong with the site?
 
2013-11-04 12:31:40 PM

Valiente: Larry Flynt is an interesting conundrum for America. He's a freedom-fighting smut-peddler who probably smells of several bodily fluids. He's practically Voltaire's definition of the principal you hate and yet are compelled to defend.


Which is why he is a HERO.
 
2013-11-04 12:43:28 PM

The Stealth Hippopotamus: Well that's another benefit you get for being an intern!



That's what I was thinking until I remembered that all Congressional mail is opened and sorted off site for security, which means happy postal workers?

i.chzbgr.com

Of course Larry also has all the slave Leia's anyone could ever want.
 
2013-11-04 12:45:21 PM
What's a "mah-gah-zeen"?
 
2013-11-04 12:59:07 PM

StrikitRich: That's what I was thinking until I remembered that all Congressional mail is opened and sorted off site for security, which means happy postal workers?


Well it's not a bomb, strange powdery substance or anything really cumbersome (ie brink) so I would think it gets passed along. Unless they have orders to throw them away. Which I doubt since some are getting through evidenced by someone actually taking the time and money to send it back.
 
2013-11-04 01:02:08 PM
If someone sends you something in the mail unsolicited, you are under no obligation to return it.
 
2013-11-04 01:12:02 PM
I've been sending congress tasteful drawings of my junk for years and they have never returned any of them. Can I assume they really like my drawings?
 
2013-11-04 01:15:38 PM
I wonder if Hillary sent her copies back?
 
2013-11-04 01:15:50 PM

Valiente: Larry Flynt is an interesting conundrum for America. He's a freedom-fighting smut-peddler who probably smells of several bodily fluids. He's practically Voltaire's definition of the principal you hate and yet are compelled to defend.


The man is scum . . .but he's free to be scum.
 
2013-11-04 01:44:48 PM

Louisiana_Sitar_Club: What's a "mah-gah-zeen"?


It's where you keep your bullets?
 
2013-11-04 01:51:23 PM
Flynt is a loudmouth, attention whore, showoff and grandstander, but we all owe him for keeping the First Amendment stretched to the max.

Now if we could just do something about the other nine. . . . . . . . . . .
 
2013-11-04 01:55:38 PM
I can proudly say that the honorable Rep Kyrsten Synema (D) from Arizona probably reads every page...
(I have a serious crush on that woman)
 
2013-11-04 02:26:41 PM

Louisiana_Sitar_Club: What's a "mah-gah-zeen"?


It's a place where ordinance is stored, like a storage room or the little detachable boxes on some firearms that give gun grabbers bed-wetting fits.
 
2013-11-04 02:56:05 PM

vudukungfu: Valiente: Larry Flynt is an interesting conundrum for America. He's a freedom-fighting smut-peddler who probably smells of several bodily fluids. He's practically Voltaire's definition of the principal you hate and yet are compelled to defend.

Which is why he is a HERO.


Larry Flynt > Charles "While you cheer me on fighting the 'smut-peddler', I steal $2.5 Billion of your money" Keating.
 
2013-11-04 03:10:09 PM

The Stealth Hippopotamus: StrikitRich: That's what I was thinking until I remembered that all Congressional mail is opened and sorted off site for security, which means happy postal workers?

Well it's not a bomb, strange powdery substance or anything really cumbersome (ie brink) so I would think it gets passed along. Unless they have orders to throw them away. Which I doubt since some are getting through evidenced by someone actually taking the time and money to send it back.


Oh, they get passed along.  It was a monthly gag (pun intended) for staff to leave it for the new, unsuspecting intern.  I'm not sure whether or not that constituted a hostile workplace, but it was trial by fire.
 
2013-11-04 03:14:35 PM
And the ones that get sent back are only because the intended recipient likely already has a lifetime Hustler subscription.
 
2013-11-04 03:45:36 PM
Hero tag in his bunk?
/Shaitty site takes three farking pages for this?
 
2013-11-04 03:47:49 PM
Do people still buy Hustler?
 
2013-11-04 04:24:26 PM
This reminds me I haven't rubbed one out to paper porn for a few years. I think the last one was during a long term power outage.
 
2013-11-04 04:39:04 PM
Those particular issues were quite precious to me as a teenager.
 
2013-11-04 04:47:13 PM
Those were pretty tame nsfw covers. I expected at least a boobie.
 
2013-11-04 06:29:30 PM

TheHighlandHowler: Those particular issues were quite precious to me as a teenager.


images.businessweek.com
 
2013-11-04 06:39:51 PM

Rwa2play: Larry Flynt > Charles "While you cheer me on fighting the 'smut-peddler', I steal $2.5 Billion of your money" Keating.


Flynt made charles asshole of the month numerous times before mainstream media broke the story.
 
2013-11-04 07:01:01 PM
I wonder if Bachmann's gets sent back?
 
2013-11-04 08:44:04 PM

Rwa2play: vudukungfu: Valiente: Larry Flynt is an interesting conundrum for America. He's a freedom-fighting smut-peddler who probably smells of several bodily fluids. He's practically Voltaire's definition of the principal you hate and yet are compelled to defend.
Which is why he is a HERO.
Larry Flynt > Charles "While you cheer me on fighting the 'smut-peddler', I steal $2.5 Billion of your money" Keating.


The biggest problem I have with Flynt is that he ran the cartoon, "Chester the Molester."

I still remember the day the 14/15 year old me snagged a copy of hustler. It was around 1976 and the issue was an old one. I still can picture the cartoon, I was stunned. I had no idea there were adults that wanted children. I was bothered by it for quite a while. It wasn't graphic, but the implication was very clear.

So I will never call Flynt a HERO.
 
2013-11-04 09:40:53 PM

Valiente: Larry Flynt is an interesting conundrum for America. He's a freedom-fighting smut-peddler who probably smells of several bodily fluids. He's practically Voltaire's definition of the principal you hate and yet are compelled to defend.


I ran into him at his store in L.A., he doesn't smell unless his diaper is full. Other than that you're spot on. I did NOT shake his hand.
 
2013-11-04 10:07:13 PM

Usurper4: I can proudly say that the honorable Rep Kyrsten Synema (D) from Arizona probably reads every page...
(I have a serious crush on that woman)


www.thespreadit.com

I'd let her bang my gavel.
 
2013-11-04 10:08:59 PM

The_Philosopher_King: Rwa2play: vudukungfu: Valiente: Larry Flynt is an interesting conundrum for America. He's a freedom-fighting smut-peddler who probably smells of several bodily fluids. He's practically Voltaire's definition of the principal you hate and yet are compelled to defend.
Which is why he is a HERO.
Larry Flynt > Charles "While you cheer me on fighting the 'smut-peddler', I steal $2.5 Billion of your money" Keating.

The biggest problem I have with Flynt is that he ran the cartoon, "Chester the Molester."

I still remember the day the 14/15 year old me snagged a copy of hustler.


Wow, you were a naive 14/15 year old.
 
2013-11-04 10:35:23 PM

Forecaster18: The_Philosopher_King: Rwa2play: vudukungfu: Valiente: Larry Flynt is an interesting conundrum for America. He's a freedom-fighting smut-peddler who probably smells of several bodily fluids. He's practically Voltaire's definition of the principal you hate and yet are compelled to defend.
Which is why he is a HERO.
Larry Flynt > Charles "While you cheer me on fighting the 'smut-peddler', I steal $2.5 Billion of your money" Keating.
The biggest problem I have with Flynt is that he ran the cartoon, "Chester the Molester."
I still remember the day the 14/15 year old me snagged a copy of hustler.
Wow, you were a naive 14/15 year old.


Now you selected a few sentences there. Don't take it out of context. You realize I wasn't talking about sex itself. I was talking about adults who wanted to fark kids.

Well back in those days there weren't all the scare stories. We didn't have parents drive you to the bus stop and wait until you were picked up. No internet, therefore no online predator stories. There were no Amber alerts. Parents didn't freak if a lone male walked in front of the school. The midwest burbs were a nice place to raise your kids. No climate of fear. Parents kicked the kids out to play and we were out until the street lights came on.
 
2013-11-05 08:29:44 AM

Forecaster18: The_Philosopher_King: Rwa2play: vudukungfu: Valiente: Larry Flynt is an interesting conundrum for America. He's a freedom-fighting smut-peddler who probably smells of several bodily fluids. He's practically Voltaire's definition of the principal you hate and yet are compelled to defend.
Which is why he is a HERO.
Larry Flynt > Charles "While you cheer me on fighting the 'smut-peddler', I steal $2.5 Billion of your money" Keating.

The biggest problem I have with Flynt is that he ran the cartoon, "Chester the Molester."

I still remember the day the 14/15 year old me snagged a copy of hustler.

Wow, you were a naive 14/15 year old.


A 14/15 year old with Pron.
Now. Who gave it to you?
Was it an older adult?
Details.
 
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