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Airline Said Her Outfit Was Too Revealing
Michael Jensen
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October 2002
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Not true! I wear skirts that come up to just above to knees. I still cross my legs when I sit down because when I sit down, the skirt goes up a little. If I didn't cross my legs, then I would be creating an awkward situation for myself. I wouldn't call that kind of skirt revealing.

Now, I by no means want to talk you out of wearing that skirt (or especially not shorter ones you may have), but ML is right on this one -- if the clothes you wear, require a restircted movement to prevent them from being revealing, then just because you restrict your movement, it doesn't mean that the skirt isn't still revealing -- you're just preventing it from doing that; moral of the story: wear shorter skirts, and quit crossing your legs when you sit down please.

Neil Black
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October 2006
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Note that if a women gets raped wearing something like that I have no sympathy.

Shut the fuck up you son of a bitch.

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I barely witnessed it. I was half asleep at the time. At first I thought he had fallen out of bed, but then I slowly realized that he had, in fact, just jump-kicked his way into consciousness.

Kwame Alexander
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August 2003
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bamccaig said:

Note that if a women gets raped wearing something like that I have no sympathy.

Have any of your friends been raped? I doubt it, if you're making a ridiculous statement like that. I know that you're not saying that you condone it, but seriously.

Should someone who gets mugged because he wore expensive-looking clothing receive no sympathy? I mean, by wearing a nice suit, you're pretty much asking for it, right?

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piccolo
Member #3,163
January 2003
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omg you guys that out-fit is not reveling. its not even sexaly pleasing. my good ness where do you guy live? in the hills? look up "pum pum shorts" and thats not even reviling.

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Neil Black
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October 2006
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mg you guys that out-fit is not reveling.

That skirt is revealing, although I don't thinks it's enough to kick someone off of a plane. Unless she weighed about 500 pounds. :o

I am Mildly Annoying Man!
I barely witnessed it. I was half asleep at the time. At first I thought he had fallen out of bed, but then I slowly realized that he had, in fact, just jump-kicked his way into consciousness.

Matthew Leverton
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January 1999
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A skirt that reveals your crotch is revealing by definition. There's nothing else left to reveal! Whether or not you feel that is "too revealing" is your opinion. But if a visible crotch isn't revealing, then there really is no point in even putting on a skirt.

Neil Black
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October 2006
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Well, it still covers a large portion of the butt-cheeks.

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I barely witnessed it. I was half asleep at the time. At first I thought he had fallen out of bed, but then I slowly realized that he had, in fact, just jump-kicked his way into consciousness.

wearetheborg
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June 2003

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A skirt that reveals your crotch is revealing by definition.

I find pants on men way too revealing!! >:( Jeans show off their bums too nicely :o Some pants are even worse... I'm too embarrassed to say more :-[

I say we might as well run around nekked. Clothing is just way too revealing these days!!! >:( >:( >:(

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piccolo
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January 2003
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I say we might as well run around nekked.

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bamccaig
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July 2006
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Kwame Alexander said:

Have any of your friends been raped? I doubt it, if you're making a ridiculous statement like that. I know that you're not saying that you condone it, but seriously.

That was mostly just an offensive, controversial, and ignorant way of saying I disagree with dressing that skimpy. I may still feel sympathy, but I also may not.

Kwame Alexander said:

Should someone who gets mugged because he wore expensive-looking clothing receive no sympathy? I mean, by wearing a nice suit, you're pretty much asking for it, right?

Yes and no. If you think about it dressing sexy is advertising sex. Dressing expensive is advertising money. People that can't get those by other means may be driven to get them in other ways so by advertising that you've got it you're probably increasing the odds of being a victim.

I don't think I would dress expensively even if I had a lot of money. I would wear the best of what was comfortable, but nothing like watches, rings, or bling... ::)

wearetheborg said:

I say we might as well run around nekked. Clothing is just way too revealing these days!!! >:( >:( >:(

Women's clothing, yeah. You gotta get through a minimum of two layers on me. :D

LennyLen
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December 2004
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That was mostly just an offensive, controversial, and ignorant statement

No, this comment is: "Note that if a women gets raped wearing something like that I have no sympathy."

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I may still feel sympathy,

You've stated twice however that you don't.

bamccaig
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July 2006
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LennyLen said:

No, this comment is: "Note that if a women gets raped wearing something like that I have no sympathy."

In case it wasn't obvious, I was referring to that comment. ::)

LennyLen said:

You've stated twice however that you don't.

And it was mostly just an offensive, controversial, and ignorant way of saying I disagree with dressing skimpy. ::) To my knowledge nobody that I care about has been raped so I can't say how I would feel.

LennyLen
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December 2004
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In case it wasn't obvious, I was referring to that comment.

It wasn't, and I notice you've rewritten it.

At least you're willing to admit what you said was ignorant. There are still too many guys out there who really do think that a woman who knows she looks good and is willing to show it is just trying to say "come here and take me guys."

bamccaig
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July 2006
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LennyLen said:

It wasn't, and I notice you've rewritten it.

You should know by now I often edit my posts numerous times before I'm satisfied. It's that compulsion thing. And sometimes it takes re-reading a post a number of times to notice dissatisfaction.

HardTranceFan
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June 2006
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You should know by now I often edit my posts numerous times before I'm satisfied. It's that compulsion thing. And sometimes it takes re-reading a post a number of times to notice dissatisfaction.

So sort out your shit before you hit the 'Add Reply' button.

BTW, I have a female friend who was raped once. She'd like to meet you.

Actually, that's not entirely correct. Her knee would like to meet you. Or more specifically, with your bullocks. At pace. Multiple times.

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Michael Jensen
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October 2002
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No, this comment is: "Note that if a women gets raped wearing something like that I have no sympathy."

Oh lay off him you dicks, so what if he has no sympathy, that's his business, Jesus!

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BTW, I have a female friend who was raped once. She'd like to meet you.

What the fuck for? He wouldn't have any sympathy for the bitch -- hell why should any of us have sympathy for some girl we never met? "She got raped" -- that doesn't tell us anything. I know people who've been raped and I'm close to them, yeah I feel sympathy for 'em. If bamccaig's sister was raped and he didn't completely hate her (hey, what are sisters for, right?) he'd feel sympathy too -- what the fuck business is it of yours who he or anybody else has sympathy for? Sympathy is worthless anyway unless it makes you do something, and to my knowledge, bamccaig does not possess the ability to un-rape someone, though he might feel bad enough not to rape her a second time if he was so inclined in the first place.

Neil Black
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October 2006
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Yes and no. If you think about it dressing sexy is advertising sex. Dressing expensive is advertising money. People that can't get those by other means may be driven to get them in other ways so by advertising that you've got it you're probably increasing the odds of being a victim.

Muggings are almost always about money, but a lot a rapes aren't about sex. They're about power. So advertising sex isn't asking for rape. No man who has at least one good hand has to rape someone if he's horny and can't get any.

I am Mildly Annoying Man!
I barely witnessed it. I was half asleep at the time. At first I thought he had fallen out of bed, but then I slowly realized that he had, in fact, just jump-kicked his way into consciousness.

Kwame Alexander
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August 2003
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Certainly a thread that will go down in infamy.

I think that everyone involved in this train wreck (myself included) knows just what everyone else involved feels about the subject (be it the skimpy clothing this thread was supposed to be about or attitudes about rape, which this became) May I suggest that we pull the plug and give this thread the two weeks or so it requires to die, to avoid any more bad feelings among the allegro.cc members.

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X-G
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December 2000
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No, I'd like to restate that bamccaig is pond scum and indeed deserves a knee or twenty to the bollocks.

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Kwame Alexander
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August 2003
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Well, can't say I didn't try.

I find what he said to be reprehensible, but I'm letting it go, as there's not really anything further to say. It doesn't appear that anyone's opinion is being changed by this discussion, so it strikes me as a waste of disk space.

I'm going back to working on my game.

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Kibiz0r
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September 2005
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We all know he didn't mean it the way we like to interpret it...

Rampage
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December 2002
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I just wanted to say I posted in this horrible thread. And that X-G is right.

-R

Neil Black
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October 2006
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No, I'd like to restate that bamccaig is pond scum and indeed deserves a knee or twenty to the bollocks.

Agreed. I'd happily be the one to do that, if I could get to him. Since I can't, let's look up someone in Echo Bay, Ontario, Canada to do it for us. I'm sure we'd find plenty of willing people.

I am Mildly Annoying Man!
I barely witnessed it. I was half asleep at the time. At first I thought he had fallen out of bed, but then I slowly realized that he had, in fact, just jump-kicked his way into consciousness.

piccolo
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January 2003
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No, this comment is: "Note that if a women gets raped wearing something like that I have no sympathy."

i understand what he is trying to say but it is a bad example. he is talking about the people that put them selfs into trouble and what the out come will be but they was to do it anyway. example awhile a go there where some people that where studying bears in the hill. later it was found out that one of the bears had killed them. see they knew what could happen but they did it away.

example #2 a that where no under-ware at a club. she knows full well what type of attention it will bring but she dose it away.

theses type of people that like (cant think of what to call it you all get my point)

girls where reviling out-fit to attract guys do you think she is trying to attract a shy guy or a agrasive guy.

i knew a girl in at pg college that was into that rape stuff and she was trying to get me to be apart of it.

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Kibiz0r
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September 2005
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You knew a girl that was into rape? It's not really rape, then, is it?



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