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Old 11-19-2014, 01:07 PM   #1811 (permalink)
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German village plays prank on neo-Nazis - Israel News, Ynetnews

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Old 11-19-2014, 01:30 PM   #1812 (permalink)
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Nothing about this case makes any sense. It is completely weird. I'm a pretty hard-headed guy and I don't spook easily but I'll tell you this: I wouldn't stay in that goddamn hotel for nothin!
You and me both. One of those ghost hunter shows needs to camp out there for a week or two.
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Old 11-19-2014, 05:53 PM   #1813 (permalink)
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Old 11-21-2014, 05:18 AM   #1814 (permalink)
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Saudi Groom Demands Divorce After Seeing Bride's Face at Wedding for First Time

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A Saudi groom asked for a divorce from his wife on their wedding night after he saw her face for the first time.

The couple, from the Saudi town of Medinah, had agreed to marry each other without meeting before hand at least once, as is custom for some families in Middle Eastern countries.

However, as the couple posed for their official wedding photograph after the Muslim ceremony, the groom saw his wife's face for the first time after she removed her veil. According to local media, the groom then immediately asked for a divorce as he was not happy with her appearance.
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Old 11-21-2014, 02:11 PM   #1815 (permalink)
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I am sick of hearing about the Bill Cosby controversy.

I think us as a society draw our own conclusions instead of waiting for the facts and evidence. We live in a very media driven influence culture and we rely to much on it for information.

People are so dumb as hell and always fall for the "group think mentality"


Bill Cosby has never been found guilty of a crime nor is he on trial so why are people labeling him as a rapist when he has never been found guilty of anything?

Am I missing something?


If these women have indeed been raped why not file a report for an investigation, why go to the media?

Why are they just coming out with this now?


It just seems like a smear campaign and a way to get money. People are so easily influenced by the media instead of waiting for the facts, its sad.

It really shows how sad we are as a society and how pathetic the media is.
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Old 11-21-2014, 02:15 PM   #1816 (permalink)
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There's safety in numbers, and a lot of victims of sexual abuse are afraid of coming out. We saw the same thing with the Bob Filner sexual harassment case. I wholeheartedly agree about making up our minds before the facts come out being a bad thing. Then again in a case like this it's mostly just one persons word against another's.
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Old 11-21-2014, 02:19 PM   #1817 (permalink)
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I am sick of hearing about the Bill Cosby controversy.
It's got too long of a trail, and the floodgates have opened. His legacy is toast.

And based on what I've researched, deservedly so.

F*CK YOU Bill Cosby.
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Old 11-21-2014, 02:21 PM   #1818 (permalink)
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Old 11-21-2014, 02:22 PM   #1819 (permalink)
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There's safety in numbers, and a lot of victims of sexual abuse are afraid of coming out. We saw the same thing with the Bob Filner sexual harassment case. I wholeheartedly agree about making up our minds before the facts come out being a bad thing. Then again in a case like this it's mostly just one persons word against another's.

Your right...

I guess what really irritates me about this whole thing is that people seem to find enjoyment in bashing someone or watching someone "fall from grace"

Our media is very backstabbing.

They build you up and find pure enjoyment in tearing you down especially the black male celebrities.

If these women are indeed right, then I think he should go to jail or have some type of consequence. However, these women have not filed a complaint or went to law enforcement. They are just speaking to the media with their claims and to me it just seems strange and odd if they have in fact been raped. It just seems like they want to slander his reputation and are after money.

At this point, anybody can come out and claim they have been raped by Bill Cosby because that seems to be the "popular opinion" that everyone believes despite there being no evidence and the despite the fact that he has not been proven guilty of a crime
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Old 11-21-2014, 02:26 PM   #1820 (permalink)
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I guess what really irritates me about this whole thing is that people seem to find enjoyment in bashing someone or watching someone "fall from grace"
Bill Cosby spent a lot of time and effort and years of TV exposure building up an image of the ultimate family man deity.

Fck him.
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