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Beware of Sex in the Social Media Age (Because the Internet Is Forever)

Posted on | April 23, 2016 | 44 Comments


Jason Lee Weight is a young British writer/director who recently began producing an animation series called Sam Sweetmilk and, according to a Tumblr blogger named Rosie, Jason Lee Weight is a rapist:

This may be triggering so *TRIGGERWARNING*. It was typed in one sitting, so might be a bit all over the place.
For a while I’ve wanted to write truthfully about an assault that took place close to 2 years ago. I want others to be aware of the perpetrator and what they have done, for my sake and others. I’m not ashamed to say that I’m shaking as I type, it’s bloody hard to do this.
Early on the 28th June 2014 I was raped by Jason Lee Weight who is the director/writer of Sam Sweetmilk. . . .

Her 1,000-word account of this incident is either (a) libel or (b) every young man’s worst nightmare in the age of social media.

Let us step back from the (alleged) details of of what (allegedly) transpired between Rosie and Jason on that June night in 2014. Because I am a professional journalist, I understand the risk of repeating what people write on their blogs without including the word “allegedly” and giving the accused party a fair chance to respond.

Jason Lee Weight’s Twitter account is currently locked and we haven’t heard his side of the story. For all we know, he’s got an alibi for the evening of June 28, 2014. Jason Lee Weight might claim he did not attend that party and never met Rosie, who explains in her Tumblr account that on the night in question she was (a) experiencing “withdrawal from my meds” for depression and anxiety, and (b) suffering from vaginismus, which made “penetrative sex” extremely painful for her.

Allegedly, I hasten to add.

As a professional journalist, I am aware of the risk of repeating what people write on their blogs, even what they write about themselves. Young people think they can use the Internet to publish all kinds of weird personal stuff — their herpes infections, for example — and that these strange revelations should never have negative consequences. (It’s “harassment” and “stalking” if you make fun of Ella Dawson’s crusade to “destigmatize” herpes.) Many young people have a Special Snowflake™ mentality, expecting the world to be treat them with deference and kindness, and then claim to be emotionally traumatized when they discover that the world actually doesn’t give a damn about them.

The Special Snowflake™  believes the world is supposed to be a “safe space,” and that social media is like a support group or a therapy session. A young woman can reveal her most intimate secrets on Tumblr or Twitter or  Facebook, and what could possibly go wrong?


So here we have Rosie, telling the world that she lives in North East Bedfordshire, where she is suffering from depression, anxiety and post-traumatic stress disorder and — oh, by the way — she has vaginismus and was (allegedly) raped by Jason Lee Weight in June 2014.

Yeah, let’s just put that on the Internet, and also publish photos of yourself topless, Rosie. Because what could possibly go wrong?

Here’s a word parents need to teach their kids: “Crazy.”

What part of “crazy” do I need to explain here? The Internet is forever, boys and girls. Go ask former Rep. Anthony Weiner what he was thinking before he started sending photos of his penis to women. My old buddy Andrew Breitbart turned that into the biggest political story of 2011, and you might have thought former Rep. Anthony Weiner would have learned his lesson, but no, he got caught again in 2013 having some kind of perverted Internet fling with a sleazy admirer named Sydney Leathers.

My teenage sons got an earful of warnings after that. While I was reporting the breaking developments in the second WeinerGate scandal, it dawned on me that kids (and obviously, too many adults who should know better) are simply not thinking before they hit the “send” button on their text messages and emails. They are not thinking about the possible consequences of clicking the “publish” button on their social media accounts. Nor are people thinking about what they are doing in the real world in an age where everybody’s cellphone has a video camera, where anything a guy does in his dating relationships may become the subject of an online rant by an angry ex-girlfriend, where a guy meets a girl at a party and has what seems to him a consensual hookup only to discover, nearly two years later, that she’s telling the world that he’s a rapist.

Rosie’s account of that night is a classic “he-said/she-said” situation. Her story of that (allegedly) “horrific” June 2014 encounter seems entirely plausible, and Jason Lee Weight’s (alleged) behavior is indefensible. Rosie says she filed a report with police “a long time after” this encounter, but a lack of evidence made prosecution impossible. Because I am not a prosecutor or a detective or any sort of “activist,” however, the question of Jason Lee Weight’s guilt or innocence is not actually relevant to my point. Discussing this allegation in terms of “rape culture” is above my pay grade. What I am trying to do here, as a professional journalist, is to convey the reality of what sex means in the social media age. And what I am also trying to do, as a father of six, the youngest three of whom are teenagers, is to explain to parents, teachers and other responsible adults why young people must be warned very strongly about these dangers.

This is not 1977, the year I graduated high school. This is not 1983, the year I graduated college. It’s not 1989, the year I got married. Heck, it’s not even 2008, the year I left The Washington Times and embarked on a career as a freelance correspondent and blogger. Social media has exploded during the past decade, technology has advanced to the point where rapists are livestreaming their rapes on the Internet, where mass murderers publish their “manifestos” online before they commit their deadly rampages. What does this mean for “casual sex”? To quote the recently departed Prince: “Party over. Oops! Out of time.”

Welcome to 2016, boys and girls. There is no such thing as “privacy.”

Also, we must realize that such concepts as slander, libel, invasion of privacy, harassment and due process of law — the legal means by which people might defend their reputation against such an attack as Rosie has made against Jason Lee Weight — are ultimately futile. Once such an accusation is published, it can never be unpublished. The Internet is forever, and so everything Rosie has published is permanent.

Does it matter, in terms of Jason Lee Weight’s reputation, whether Rosie’s accusation is true? No. Any reasonable person could read her account and, if you wanted to give Jason Lee Weight the benefit of the doubt, you might say Rosie’s story has an unreliable narrator problem. Here is a woman who, by her own admission, is afflicted with serious mental illnesses. She is emotionally unstable, the kind of woman who posts topless selfies on the Internet and she was off her medication the night when she allegedly met Jason Lee Weight at this party. Therefore, in the benefit-of-the-doubt reading of her story, we cannot be sure that Rosie’s account of this alleged encounter is strictly factual. Furthermore, if you’re arguing Jason’s case in defense lawyer mode, you could say he had no idea Rosie was mentally ill and he had never even heard of vaginismus, much less did he know that Rosie was suffering from this rare sexual dysfunction. By her own admission, says the defense lawyer, Rosie kissed Jason at the party, accepted his invitation to go back to his place, voluntarily went with him into his bedroom, removed her clothes and . . .

“Your honor, my client is an innocent man!” the attorney says in the dramatic courtroom scene. “He and this young lady had a very loving and entirely consensual night together, and there is no evidence at all to support her claims that he held her down and forced her to perform sexual acts. Besides which, your honor, that bitch is crazy.

Well, this might win an acquittal in a court of law, and this would be followed by a press conference in which Jason Lee Weight and his attorney celebrated his legal vindication. But even then, you see, there is still Rosie’s version of events. She can’t prove it happened the way she says it happened, but neither can her account be disproven.

Ladies and gentlemen of the Internet jury, I am not here to argue in Jason Lee Weight’s defense. It is of no concern to me what you think of him or what you think of Rosie. Instead, as a journalist with three decades of experience, going back to the Dark Ages of newsprint before Al Gore invented the Internet, I am here to tell you that social media has made casual sex extremely dangerous, if not practically impossible, for anyone who cares at all about their reputation. A few months before this alleged June 2014 incident, Jason Lee Weight’s Kickstarter campaign to fund his series Sam Sweetmilk had failed, falling about $10,000 short of its original $33,000 goal. Since then, however, the Sam Sweetmilk team has managed to crank out its second episode and, we might suppose, Rosie has become increasingly enraged by the thought that some people believe Jason Lee Weight is a nice person who deserves success:

“Basically I wanted to finally speak out, and say directly that, Jason Lee Weight is a rapist.”

OK, Rosie, you wrote that and put it on the Internet.

We do not know what happened on June 28, 2014, and Jason Lee Weight cannot be compelled to say anything about this accusation.

Here in the United States, we have what’s called the Fifth Amendment, and the 1966 Miranda ruling requires that every suspect be informed when he is arrested that he has the right to remain silent, that anything he says can and will be used against him in a court of law, et cetera. Every young American ought to be able to recite the Miranda warning by heart. Shut your mouth and lawyer up. You have the right to an attorney and to have your attorney present during questioning, see?

You’d be surprised how many punks never figure this out. They try to explain themselves to the cops and next thing you know, the punk has confirmed that he was at the scene of the crime at the time it went down, and the best the punk can hope for is a plea deal in exchange for his testimony against his buddies, and hey, “Snitches get stitches.”

Shut your mouth and lawyer up, because guess what? “Not guilty” is not a synonym for innocent, and lots of criminals are never brought to justice for their crimes. The charges were dropped for lack of evidence, or maybe a witness decides it would be a good idea to skip town before trial, and who knows what kind of legal errors a lawyer might be able to find in the way the police and prosecutors handled the case? So it often happens that a criminal gets away with his crime and, if he’s smart, he turns away from the outlaw life. He stops hanging around dopeheads and hoodlums, and he makes sure that he never again finds himself wearing handcuffs or locked into a jail cell. He becomes a law-abiding citizen.

Well, according to Rosie, Jason Lee Weight is a rapist who will never be brought to justice for the crime she says he committed in 2014. And I’m sure Jason is telling his buddies, “That bitch is crazy.”

True, perhaps, but “not guilty” is not a synonym for innocent, and the damage to Jason Lee Weight’s reputation is permanent.

The Internet is forever, boys and girls. Whenever I see my teenagers texting on their phones, I warn them to be careful. Never say anything in a text message (or any other digital communication) that you wouldn’t want to see screencapped and published for all the world to see. Never think you can get away with doing something wrong in secret, because you are living in an age where secrecy is never entirely certain and privacy is a fading memory of what life was like before the Internet.

Someone on Tumblr replied to Rosie:

i have reported this post to the person in question.
since you have no evidence of him being a rapist, this is libel / defamation of character and i have suggested he file suit against you.

To which Rosie replied:

it’s sad, that they ^ believe that’s the kind of action to take when reading a rape survivors experience.
And of course I have evidence of Jason Lee Weight being a rapist – HE RAPED ME

To which the other Tumblr account replied:

this is 100% the kind of action to take when you see someone libeling another human being, regardless of circumstances. your story could have been told without names, yet you chose to defame the character of this person.
i hope you have a legal case against him, because if not, he certainly has one against you.
anyway, forgive me if you saying that he raped you is not evidence in the criminal justice system.

You see? Everybody with a Tumblr blog is now playing Internet lawyer. You don’t need me for that. What you need me for is to explain the meaning of “crazy.” If a guy meets a girl at a party, how does he know if she’s crazy? Well, if he says “let’s go back to my place” and she says “yes,” that’s probably a sign she’s crazy. No sane girl would say yes to such an invitation. The dude might have herpes. He might be a rapist.

She barely knows this guy and she’s leaving the party with him? Crazy. Then she goes back to his place, goes to his bedroom, takes off all her clothes and thinks he’s not going to have sex with her? Crazy.

This is what I’ve explained to my sons. There is a direct correlation between (a) a woman’s willingness to engage in casual sex, and (b) a woman being crazy. As a general rule, the quicker she drops her pants, the crazier she is. Every guy is prone to believe that his own personal charm suffices to explain why this woman he just met is willing to leave the party with him for a quick hookup. “He shoots! He scores!”

Yeah, he’s a natural-born winner. The ladies can’t resist him.

That’s what he’s telling himself anyway, as he blazes past the flashing yellow lights and warning signs: “CAUTION: CRAZY WOMAN.”

The Greeks called it hubris, this arrogance that leads a man to destruction. Young guys who become accustomed to success in their romantic pursuits never see the warning signs. A guy like Jason Lee Weight — smart, funny, not bad-looking — might easily have been through a dozen such hookups by the time he was in his early 20s. In a culture that encourages shameless promiscuity, an attractive young fellow with an appetite for adventure will have no shortage of opportunity, and probably doesn’t realize he’s gambling in the Crazy Bitch Casino. Any man who keeps playing that game will eventually meet with disaster.

Did nobody warn Jason Lee Weight? Or had he beaten the odds so often that he didn’t mind pushing his luck a bit? It doesn’t matter. We are talking about unverified allegations here, and I am speaking of general principles, rather than attempting to defend a guy I never met. But you can imagine that a guy leaves a party with a girl, they go back to his place and she gets naked in his bedroom, he’s thinking, “Score!” He’s never heard of the word vaginismus, nor is he cognizant that this girl is mentally ill and off her medication, so when the consummation of their tryst proves difficult (trust me, you don’t want to know the alleged details), our doomed protagonist is not prepared to cope with this unexpected problem, which he has never previously encountered. He can’t even spell “vaginismus,” OK? He barely knows this girl, and has no idea what kind of mental health issues she’s got. How is a guy supposed to know what to do when he hits the Jackpot of Insanity in the Crazy Bitch Casino?

Perhaps no jury in England would convict Jason Lee Weight of any crime, because there are plenty of guys who can tell stories of the time they hit their own Jackpot of Insanity — off the record, of course.

You have the right to remain silent, and the Internet is not the proper venue to hear testimony about your ordeal in the Crazy Bitch Casino, but lots of guys talk off the record to a professional journalist.

A week after Rosie published her accusation on Tumblr, the Sam Sweetmilk account on Twitter sent out this message:

“You can’t feel sorry for yourself. You have to keep going.”

Can we guess what this was about? Yeah, I think so.

Benjamin Franklin said, “Experience keeps a dear school, but fools will learn in no other.” More than two centuries later, fools are still being schooled, and we can see the lessons on the Internet every day.

My sons have been warned. Have yours?



44 Responses to “Beware of Sex in the Social Media Age (Because the Internet Is Forever)”

  1. Adobe_Walls
    April 23rd, 2016 @ 4:41 pm

    Wouldn’t he have to prove that she knew the accusations were false and put forth with malicious intent?

  2. CrustyB
    April 23rd, 2016 @ 4:58 pm

    Hmm, I can’t imagine why.

  3. NeoWayland
    April 23rd, 2016 @ 5:16 pm

    ?And that is what I think differentiates casual sex from meaningful sex. The body heat and skin-to-skin contact enhance the bond, but the root of the bond isn’t sex.

    Do you trust the other person?

    Do you trust them to tell you truth?

    Do you trust them not to hurt you or yours?

    Do you trust them not to steal?

    Do you trust them enough to share your tomorrow?

    Can they trust you?

    Shared trust is what can make it work.

    What else is worth talking about??
    Collecting pelts

  4. Evi L. Bloggerlady
    April 23rd, 2016 @ 5:20 pm

    Karma’s a bitch (I mean that in a gender neutral way since Karma is neither masculine or feminine).

  5. RS
    April 23rd, 2016 @ 5:41 pm

    The short answer is it depends. There are certain defamatory statements, whether oral (slander) or written (libel) which are per se defamatory and for which malice is presumed. Calling someone a “rapist” is one of those things. There can also be a difference between the statement, “Mr.X raped me” and a reporter saying “Mr. X raped Miss Y” where the report is based solely on Miss Y’s allegation. Thus RSM’s statements about the adverb “allegedly” above.

    We need to remember, feminists are desperately seeking to change the law of defamation to shift the burden of proving falsity to the accused, instead of upon the the accuser to prove the truth of the defamatory statement. We’ve heard, “truth is a complete defense,” and that’s correct. But it is a defense and the burden of proving it is on the accuser. It’s the same problem with the shift to requiring “affirmative consent” at all times during an encounter.

    As for this case, the Tumblr commenters noting the cause of action for libel are correct. She better be able to prove it occurred, and that means more than just having a mantra of “he raped me.”

  6. Evi L. Bloggerlady
    April 23rd, 2016 @ 5:44 pm

    This is sort like watching ants fight in a glass jar.

  7. RS
    April 23rd, 2016 @ 5:45 pm

    As you note, regardless of the instant case, social media can be a La Brea Tar Pit for younger people. That’s one reason why I did not allow my kids to have social media accounts of any sort until they went off to college. I then consistently reminded them about not only their own posts, but the posts of others where they might appear. Fortunately, neither of my older two seem particularly enamored with posting stuff, so perhaps we’ve weathered the “don’t be stupid on line” storm.

  8. Robert What?
    April 23rd, 2016 @ 5:51 pm

    I usually go under the assumption that any woman who wants to have sex with me is mentally disturbed. But seriously folks … all I have to do to get a beautiful woman to shed her clothes is to mention that I read this blog. Works every time!

  9. CaptDMO
    April 23rd, 2016 @ 6:13 pm

    But…but…It’s NOT HER FAULT if the allegations prove to be lies. You see, she has a “mental condition”…and :”EVERYONE KNOWS” (my favorite bit of Social media/mass communications “evidence”) cannot be held responsible for
    failure to assume responsibility for unsupervised
    administration of the “magic pills” that ALLEGEDLY make it OK for folks believe her, JUST on her word, let alone ALLEGEDLY being conscious of the difference between reality and delusion.
    I wonder what the Dr. prescribing her meds has to say about the validity of her ALLEGED “condition”? Oooops…forbidden from testimony in an actual court of law?
    Do Rape Shield laws prohibit mention of any history of ALLEGED accusations that have proven to be false?
    There’s that word “privilege” again!

  10. Mike G.
    April 23rd, 2016 @ 6:18 pm

    What I’ve told my grandkids is…if it’s not something you’d want grandma or Grandpa to see, better think about it.

  11. robertstacymccain
    April 23rd, 2016 @ 6:41 pm

    Being the plaintiff in a defamation suit is rarely a good idea, and never mind the sheer beauty of Hulk Hogan destroying Gawker.

    Talk to any lawyer who is an actual friend, and they will discourage you from suing for libel in most circumstances. “I’ll sue!” is usually an empty threat for this reason. U.S. law heavily favors free speech and a free press and, except in the most egregious cases, the defendant wins. What was different about Hogan was that it was about invasion of privacy, not defamation. It’s like “revenge porn,” which involves unauthorized publication of otherwise private images.

    Most people don’t understand libel law at all, and certainly not Brett Kimberlin, the only fool ever to sue me in my 30-year career. Kimberlin lost, because he was wrong, and in suing he only brought attention to the facts he wished most to conceal.

  12. jolly green
    April 23rd, 2016 @ 6:46 pm

    in reference to her tits: “Mine, not yours. I decide.”

    There’s plenty of room at the local mental hospital for women who feel this victimized, and need to make statements like this.

    Also, she was not raped, but that poor bastard messed with absolute crazy, and being that he’s in all likelihood a pathetic male feminist ally he’s either wondering if what he did was rape(it wasn’t)or has no idea how to fight crazy.

  13. Adobe_Walls
    April 23rd, 2016 @ 7:00 pm

    It seems to me all she’d have to do is establish she believed she was raped using a variation of the insanity defense.

  14. RS
    April 23rd, 2016 @ 7:20 pm

    What you’re saying is she had a “good faith” belief that she was raped, and therefore she cannot be held liable for the defamation. The problem is, with per se defamatory statements one better know the statements are, in fact, true. Even simple negligence isn’t a defense. I know a paper in an armed robbery story, misnamed the defendant and then used a photo of the wrong person with the story. The name and photo used were of an 18 year old H.S. valedictorian, Eagle Scout. Innocent but incredibly stupid mistakes. It was a weekly paper and it published a front page, above the fold apology and retraction, but they still paid a not insubstantial sum in damages.

  15. RS
    April 23rd, 2016 @ 7:25 pm

    Lawyers dissuade most people from pursuing defamation actions because there’s no money in it. Most real people are essentially judgment proof for various reasons. It’s not about getting a verdict; it’s about collecting the money.

  16. JT
    April 23rd, 2016 @ 7:38 pm

    App Uninstall, Paul
    Remove the Insta, Graham
    Unfriend the girl, Earl
    and Ctrl+Alt+Delete

    _New_ 50 ways to leave your lover

  17. Jeanette Victoria
    April 23rd, 2016 @ 8:51 pm

    ^^^ What you said and lookie here talk about delusional. And it seems that anon creep @NicoleBonnet1 went to the Kimberlin & Schmalfeldt School of Law! (Hint: no folks do NOT get sent to jail for not responding to discovery)!

  18. Jeanette Victoria
    April 23rd, 2016 @ 8:56 pm

    Yes accusing some one of a Felony is considered Defamation Per Se and the law assumes malice and damages do not have to be proven.

  19. Jeanette Victoria
    April 23rd, 2016 @ 9:00 pm

    Or in my case being falsely accused of being a convicted felon, a human trafficker, a pedophile, too dangerous to be around children who has sealed criminal records and a professional stalker. All of which are considered crimes. And not one accusation is true.

    But you are right I’m sure these folks think the burn of proof is on the accused and not the accuser. They don’t realize that is is THEM who has to prove their accusations and NOT the person they are suing.

  20. Fail Burton
    April 24th, 2016 @ 12:35 am

    My takeaway is this is a now classic example of our new anti-hate, hate group: mental illness, feminism, defamation of men, social media. It doesn’t matter whether it’s a Hugo and Nebula Award-winning author murmuring daily slurs about cis men on Twitter for months in a row or a transgender Patreon gamer saying men must #JustListen, it is a proven winning hand which appeals to other mental patients or the naive.

    The crimes of men most be exposed; their entitled unearned privilege with which they have bullied women into an unequal partnership by forcing them into heterosexuality and out of exploring the Amazon and building great monuments.

    How did I end up on a bus ride, at a man’s home and naked in his bedroom. Men are great hypnotists, particularly if you are withdrawing from anti-psychotic medications. Funny how he can’t hypnotize her into shutting up right now. Her meds must have kicked in and now we are seeing the true sane girl describing her flashbacks of an insane underground world of vampirism few other than Harry Potter ever glimpse. I was raped by an alien vampire. Please help me internet, for you are my only chance at closure and allowing me to decide when to show my tits to strangers.

    Some mental case feminist at the Dept. of Edu. sees all this civilizational inequality and decides laws no longer work. She decides to set up Star Chambers aimed at men with the powers of hypnosis no mere muggle could see let alone prosecute. The Women in Black save the day by protecting us from these unseen aliens by the use of feminist holy water which makes due process melt.

    High fives.

    I expect to next hear this woman walked naked into a polar bear enclosure and was savaged to death while question marks flew out of her head like the frickin’ Riddler.

  21. Fail Burton
    April 24th, 2016 @ 1:34 am

    That would eliminate the mechanism by which children are produced. Grandma and grandpa had their day, or they wouldn’t be grandma and grandpa.

  22. Fail Burton
    April 24th, 2016 @ 1:36 am

    If they’re not pinching your behind or knocking on your front door, sailor beware!

  23. Yvonne Hanna
    April 24th, 2016 @ 1:53 am

    “my room mate Lori Is getting paid on the internet 98$/hr”…..!ce907ctwo days ago grey MacLaren P1 I bought after earning 18,512 was my previous month’s payout..just a little over.17k DoIIars Last month..3-5 hours job a day…with weekly’s realy the simplest. job I have ever Do.. I Joined This 7 months. ago. and now making over. hourly 87 DoIIars…Learn. More right Here !ce907n:?:?:???? http://GlobalSuperJobsReportsEmploymentsSnowGetPayHourly$98…. .??:??:??:??:??:??:??:??:??:??:??:??:??:??:??:??:??:??:??:??:??:??::::::!ce907n….,….

  24. Joe Joe
    April 24th, 2016 @ 2:24 am

    Agreeing on scrapple–pro or con–is also valuable.

  25. NeoWayland
    April 24th, 2016 @ 6:29 am

    Okay, I have to give you than one.

  26. theBuckWheat
    April 24th, 2016 @ 1:37 pm

    Portions of this article are modern versions of the exact warnings about sexual morality in the Biblical book of Proverbs.

  27. Robert What?
    April 24th, 2016 @ 1:59 pm

    Last night a beautiful woman was pounding on my door and wouldn’t stop. So I finally has to let her out 😉

  28. Dana
    April 24th, 2016 @ 4:05 pm

    If the couple agree on floor sweepings scrapple on the pro side, it might not be rape, but they are still beyond redemption.

  29. Joe Joe
    April 24th, 2016 @ 4:49 pm

    The Good Lord loves all the parts of his porcine creations.

  30. Joe Joe
    April 24th, 2016 @ 4:51 pm

    One would hate to scrap the relationship entirely.

  31. Robert What?
    April 24th, 2016 @ 4:55 pm

    Joke courtesy of the late great Henny Youngman.

  32. NeoWayland
    April 24th, 2016 @ 5:32 pm

    *mock glare*

    Now I have to give you points for the pun!

  33. Joe Joe
    April 24th, 2016 @ 6:11 pm

    Perhaps punishment is more appropriate.

    (I’ve started my daily Foster Lager early today. My apologies…)

  34. Dana
    April 24th, 2016 @ 6:59 pm
  35. Joe Joe
    April 25th, 2016 @ 2:36 am

    I am certain that if even this one were to repent, the Good Lord would take her back as the prodigal daughter that she would most certainly be.

  36. Dana
    April 25th, 2016 @ 5:06 am

    Repentance is always possible, but when one’s entire life is based on one’s own ego, the odds decrease rather dramatically.

  37. thesickmanofeurope_com
    April 25th, 2016 @ 7:59 am

    …if it’s not something you’d want grandma or Grandpa to see, better think about it…..

    The problem is MOST kids in the West have no idea who not only their Grampa is/was but who their Father could possibly be.
    Their “moral compass” (if they have one at all) is dictated by the Society they see around them…..kardashians depravity, Planned parenthood selling baby parts etc….

  38. Joe Joe
    April 25th, 2016 @ 6:12 pm

    Agreed. But we are only humans in this process. The mercy of God goes beyond our understanding.

  39. Quartermaster
    April 25th, 2016 @ 11:58 pm

    You drink that bottom fermented stuff? No wonder your humor is so low.

  40. Cathleen Schumaker
    April 26th, 2016 @ 1:44 am

    “my room mate Lori Is getting paid on the internet 98$/hr”…..!cg340ctwo days ago grey MacLaren P1 I bought after earning 18,512 was my previous month’s payout..just a little over.17k DoIIars Last month..3-5 hours job a day…with weekly’s realy the simplest. job I have ever Do.. I Joined This 7 months. ago. and now making over. hourly 87 DoIIars…Learn. More right Here !cg340n:?:?:???? http://GlobalSuperJobsReportsEmploymentsHubGetPayHourly$98…. .??:??:??:??:??:??:??:??:??:??:??:??:??:??:??:??:??:??:??:??:??:??::::::!cg340n….,

  41. Finrod Felagund ?????????
    April 26th, 2016 @ 12:28 pm

    You are really a strange puppy.

    I guess we’ve learned why you are an utter failure in life, both economically and socially.

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    April 26th, 2016 @ 12:43 pm


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