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CommanderJameson

22,096 posts

112 months

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Eric Mc said:
I would suggest that the age of consent be INCREASED rather than decreased. Whilst physically, young people may be maturing earlier - in my opinion, mentally they are maturing much later. Many youngsters of 18 today behave and act as if they were 12.
After all, it's SCIENCE FACT that making things which require no outlay, accessories or equipment (other than one's body) illegal is a sure-fire way of getting young people to stop doing them. We should enact such a law without delay! There are no possible unforeseen negative consequences whatsoever!

Also, I think your view of what constitutes appropriate behaviour for 18 and 12 years old may not be a widely held one.

MoelyCrio

2,003 posts

68 months

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When he died, comments on this catholic website were asking why he wasn't lauded more, particularly for his work with children.

http://www.catholicherald.co.uk/commentandblogs/20...

Perhaps there was a conspiracy of silence about his faith - but not for the reasons the conspiratorists had in mind....

Mr Gearchange

4,593 posts

92 months

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Halb said:
Jesus wept - I thought that was purely a creation of South Park.
Even with that in mind I though it was close to the mark - even for SP.

But it's an actual organisation? Astounding.

Eric Mc

77,281 posts

151 months

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CommanderJameson said:
Eric Mc said:
I would suggest that the age of consent be INCREASED rather than decreased. Whilst physically, young people may be maturing earlier - in my opinion, mentally they are maturing much later. Many youngsters of 18 today behave and act as if they were 12.
After all, it's SCIENCE FACT that making things which require no outlay, accessories or equipment (other than one's body) illegal is a sure-fire way of getting young people to stop doing them. We should enact such a law without delay! There are no possible unforeseen negative consequences whatsoever!

Also, I think your view of what constitutes appropriate behaviour for 18 and 12 years old may not be a widely held one.
It was a tongue in cheek comment - as I explained further down.

Eric Mc

77,281 posts

151 months

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Interesting to finally see someone else has highlighted the Catholic Connection.

It was a fundamental part of the man - for good or ill.
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groak

3,254 posts

65 months

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Colonial said:
groak said:
We might as well face up to it....the place is crawling with paedos and fiddlers. Priests are at it.Teachers are at it. Cops are at it. Celebs are at it. Ordinary mums and dads are at it. And it's just a matter of time till one of them starts activisming for its acceptance and legalisation. Next thing you know, it's an offence to offend them.

Next (once kiddy fiddling's decriminalised) it's animals. Or is shagging/being shagged by animals already acceptable?
Ho hum. Tiresome troll is tiresome.
Just for you, Mister Naive, may I present:::::

http://izismile.com/2011/08/13/disturbing_10yearol...

...although, in fairness, Vogue HAS decided to ban paedo-piccies.....just now.

(TBH I wouldn't be unhappy if this post was deleted).

V8mate

37,016 posts

75 months

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So should the thread be re-titled? Does the OP still wish Mr S to RIP?

telecat

6,968 posts

127 months

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Twincam16 said:
telecat said:
Managed to start getting into clubs when I was about 17 in the late seventies. Plenty of girls I saw in them that I knew were under 16 as I knew them from when I went to school! And they threw themselves at the DJ's or doormen, (who lets face it were older than the DJ's). They knew how to look older, knew how to circumvent their parents restrictions and were clearly out for various levels of a "good" time. Looking historically at this plenty of "stars" of that era could well be in trouble. Many of those have honours and many of those had the public clamouring to hoist the honours in them. Funny how some despite having no other redeeming features seem to be left alone. Still everybody loves a witch hunt.
I think there's a difference between letting someone into a club because someone flirted with you, and molesting them as 'payment' for having done so.
Who said they "Flirted" to be let in? They wanted to be there and convinced somebody that they were old enough. THEN they started flirting with those in the DJ booth behind the bar and running the door.

FourWheelDrift

61,456 posts

170 months

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V8mate said:
So should the thread be re-titled? Does the OP still wish Mr S to RIP?
RIP - "Revealed, is Paedophile"?

Technically should be RWP then, as it's now "was".

Oakey

16,663 posts

102 months

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groak said:
Just for you, Mister Naive, may I present:::::

http://izismile.com/2011/08/13/disturbing_10yearol...

...although, in fairness, Vogue HAS decided to ban paedo-piccies.....just now.

(TBH I wouldn't be unhappy if this post was deleted).
Lin said:
but there has been an international backlash against these highly sexualized images of a little girl
So, not quite as accepted as people make out?

Rude-boy

18,853 posts

119 months

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Guam said:
Voight Kampff said:
All I say is kids are generally still in education till 16/18 so anyone of adult age should just leave them the fk alone! There may be some who are capable of 'throwing themselves' at older men but does not mean they are able to deal with the repercussions. They are still naive. Adult men should act honourably and respect this really ( key words respect and honour).
^^^^^^^^^
Completely agree!
As a 36 year old I totally agree.

As a 23 year old just leaving Uni I would not have thought twice about disappointing a seventeen year old girl all night long, 6th former or not!

ShampooEfficient

3,225 posts

97 months

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groak said:
Dead or alive? Hmmm. Cops and courts are going to be busy. Where do we start? Caligula? Nero?
Wrong sort of fiddling.


Halb

23,508 posts

69 months

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Lyring?

groak

3,254 posts

65 months

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laugh
ShampooEfficient said:
groak said:
Dead or alive? Hmmm. Cops and courts are going to be busy. Where do we start? Caligula? Nero?
Wrong sort of fiddling.
HA ha!! took me a few secs to klik to that! laugh

Twincam16

27,646 posts

144 months

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ShampooEfficient said:
groak said:
Dead or alive? Hmmm. Cops and courts are going to be busy. Where do we start? Caligula? Nero?
Wrong sort of fiddling.
Fire brigade were too busy to notice, frankly.

johnvthe2nd

1,165 posts

83 months

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I think Mike Smith would have been better off just keeping quiet .. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/9594236/Mik...

Jimboka

3,771 posts

90 months

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johnvthe2nd said:
I think Mike Smith would have been better off just keeping quiet .. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/9594236/Mik...
He makes a fair point really. Loads are making noises but nobody will stand up & make specific accusations. Much like the alleged victims of JS when he was alive to face the music...

Eric Mc

77,281 posts

151 months

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johnvthe2nd said:
I think Mike Smith would have been better off just keeping quiet .. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/9594236/Mik...
He's not wrong, you know.

johnvthe2nd

1,165 posts

83 months

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Eric Mc said:
He's not wrong, you know.
who, me or Mike Smith smile

I absolutely agree, but I think he's a brave man to stick his head above the parapet like that ...

maxfan

1,622 posts

29 months

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I will reserve my opinions until I hear the views of the greatest DJ of that era the man who inspired a nation - Mr Dave Lee Travis
Thank you for listening
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