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(Vanity Fair)   New Zealand pondering action to protect sheep and cattle from the depravity of Matt Lauer   ( vanityfair.com) divider line
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2017-12-01 06:14:45 AM  
Why stop there? His depravity was clearly facilitated by his job, so how about a civil forfeiture action against his US income and assets, all of which spring from the income thereof derived? Why should he be allowed to keep anything? Him or his wife, since she obviously enables his wickedness by choosing to stay with him...? And really, is there anyone worse than the complicit? Why should she be allowed to keep her job? Her choice to stay with such a man endangers everyone she associates with. This is just ridiculous.
 
2017-12-01 06:22:52 AM  

rzrwiresunrise: Why stop there? His depravity was clearly facilitated by his job, so how about a civil forfeiture action against his US income and assets, all of which spring from the income thereof derived? Why should he be allowed to keep anything? Him or his wife, since she obviously enables his wickedness by choosing to stay with him...? And really, is there anyone worse than the complicit? Why should she be allowed to keep her job? Her choice to stay with such a man endangers everyone she associates with. This is just ridiculous.


It's NZ's prerogative about the farm. The rest is just you ranting. He'll have a special on in six months, and you'll get the cocktail of apology, deflection and winsome hopefulness to resume being a major media presence at that time.
 
2017-12-01 06:32:38 AM  
New Zealand doesn't want perverts associating with its sheep.

You have to at least take them out for dinner, first.
 
2017-12-01 08:00:15 AM  
"Since being fired, reports in Variety and The New York Times have accused Lauer of shocking behavior, including using a button concealed underneath his desk to lock his door."

It continues to baffle me why people think this is so scandalous. It's a remote door lock, people typically lock their doors for privacy, there's nothing sinister about it.
 
2017-12-01 08:03:16 AM  

iron de havilland: New Zealand doesn't want perverts associating with its sheep.

You have to at least take them out for dinner, first.


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2017-12-01 09:40:32 AM  

ReapTheChaos: "Since being fired, reports in Variety and The New York Times have accused Lauer of shocking behavior, including using a button concealed underneath his desk to lock his door."

It continues to baffle me why people think this is so scandalous. It's a remote door lock, people typically lock their doors for privacy, there's nothing sinister about it.


There is if there isn't an inside knob or toggle on the door... that shiat right there is a trap.
 
2017-12-01 10:03:32 AM  

thanksagainandagain: rzrwiresunrise: Why stop there? His depravity was clearly facilitated by his job, so how about a civil forfeiture action against his US income and assets, all of which spring from the income thereof derived? Why should he be allowed to keep anything? Him or his wife, since she obviously enables his wickedness by choosing to stay with him...? And really, is there anyone worse than the complicit? Why should she be allowed to keep her job? Her choice to stay with such a man endangers everyone she associates with. This is just ridiculous.

It's NZ's prerogative about the farm. The rest is just you ranting. He'll have a special on in six months, and you'll get the cocktail of apology, deflection and winsome hopefulness to resume being a major media presence at that time.

 
2017-12-01 10:42:40 AM  

thespindrifter: ReapTheChaos: "Since being fired, reports in Variety and The New York Times have accused Lauer of shocking behavior, including using a button concealed underneath his desk to lock his door."

It continues to baffle me why people think this is so scandalous. It's a remote door lock, people typically lock their doors for privacy, there's nothing sinister about it.

There is if there isn't an inside knob or toggle on the door... that shiat right there is a trap.


I've yet to see that accusation made, and I'm sure if that were the case they would have made mention of it repeatedly.
 
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