Saturday, November 2, 2013


When was the last time you were offended or upset by something that a stranger did in public?

Is there a benchmark for inappropriate public behaviour that most people can agree on?

For instance, if a topless woman got on the bus you were travelling on, would you expect anyone to be offended?

Ok gentlemen, bad example.

How about breast feeding?
Perfectly natural. Nothing unacceptable about that.
At least you wouldn't have thought so.

Once you get online however, all the usual rules and logic seem to go out the window.
Hypocrisy appears to be the order of the day when it comes to the policies of Facebook in particular. Only last week the social networking platform flip-flopped their ruling on gratuitously violent content, when they first defended the already once-reversed decision to allow the posting of an incredibly graphic video featuring the beheading of a woman by a Mexican drug gang, then re-reversed the ruling when there was a public backlash that such extreme violence could be so easily accessible by anyone with a Facebook account.

Yet posting a photo of a woman breast feeding is expressly (no pun intended) forbidden by their nudity policy.
In fact the policy, which specifically bans the depiction of a "fully exposed breast", was rather confusingly cited as the reason for giving me a 24 hour ban from the site after posting the picture below, under the heading "Does anyonethink this is an appropriate pose for a family photo?"

See any breasts?
Ok, it's wrong on many levels, but it does not contravene the boob law as I understand it.

Even more bizarrely, I received a stern warning from the Fb taste police after posting a photo of a topless woman which most definitely does not contain breasts.

Posted in relation to a story on breast cancer awareness, the following photo shows the beautifully tattooed chest of a woman who has had a double mastectomy.

See any breasts?

The rules governing what is and what is not acceptable are so arbitrary they seem to have been pulled out of a hat at random and selectively applied to equally random content, without any rhyme or reason whatsoever.

Despite, or perhaps because of, this peculiar interpretation of their own policies it is still entirely possible to view other, similarly gruesome decapitation videos on Facebook without any special access being required.
Not only that, there are pages dedicated to everything from making tasteless jokes about babies dying of cancer to those that promote dog fighting and graphic cruelty to animals. Blatantly racist and misogynistic content seems to sail invisibly past whatever passes for the Fb decency filters, which only ever seem to be activated by mild sexual titillation and the hopefully obvious category of threatening other users with rape or personal violence.

Other platforms are often guilty of comparable lapses of common sense in applying their own rules,  most recently illustrated byTwitter's lamentably slow response to the raft of rape and death threats suffered by women such as the history teacher I would have loved to have had at school, Mary Beard, over something as ridiculous as whether or not we had a man or a woman on a bank note.
Really? Bomb threats over something like that?
You wouldn't have thought the sort of moron who makes anonymous threats on Twitter would have that passionate an aesthetic appreciation of the engraver's art would you?

And don't get me started on the self-harm and bulimia glorification showcase that occupies an alarmingly growing percentage of tumblr content.

It's true that we should have the freedom to watch, read and listen to whatever we want, without the censors second-guessing our moral standards for us. But the fact remains that anybody, including children and anyone else who can access a computer, laptop or smartphone, can join one or more of these ostensibly inoffensive social networks and within minutes be exposed to the type of graphic images once vilified as Snuff Movies.

I don't claim to have any answers to the dilemma of how to regulate what makes something too offensive to publish, nor do I expect the situation to get anything but more complex as the sprawling embrace of the World Wide Web encompasses more of our daily lives.

But I do have a tenuous link to finish on, with two excellent videos for your entertainment.

The first is most certainly "all done in the best possible taste" showcasing as it does the comedic talents of one of Britain's best loved and sadly missed performers, Kenny Everett...

(Ron from Vent, this is for you)

... and the second most certainly isn't, because right here you can watch the full length movie of Peter "Lord of the Rings" Jackson's outrageous debut feature length alien/zombie comic horror masterpiece from 1987, Bad Taste.(Hilarious, but not for those of a delicate disposition or those easily offended, blah, blah, etc, etc..)

Enjoy. And let's be careful out there...

Girls with Glasses

No Comment needed...Just Enjoy!

Rachel Williams Made a Slow Motion Bouncing Boobs Video

This is so relaxing!!!  Watching this puts me in a state of bliss.  Why don't they show these videos to people who are stressed?  The perfect relaxation technique!

A Collection of Sexy GIFS                    

 You Want Boobs?  Click Here for Our “Boobs” Collection

A Reason Why the End of Daylight Savings Time Is AWESOME!

That gives everyone an addition hour to stare at these pictures!

Don't Forget to turn your clocks back!!!

Perhaps I Have Found The Perfect Ass!

Agree, Disagree????          Show me a better Ass!!!

All of the Butts that Have Graced the Pages of this Blog

Halloween Costume / Cosplay Costume - WHO CARES!

Whether it was used on this Halloween or at some Cosplay Comic-con event - WELL DONE!!!

I have no idea what this costume is, but I love it!

Cristiano Ronaldo and Cats = A New Nike Commercial

Cristiano Ronaldo's CR7 sneakers commercial features a group of Cats.

I Think That Pinata is Going to File Rape Charges!

That is one Kinky Cat!

Bud Light Year

Clever Costume incorporating a great movie and beer!  What more could you ask for?  Well Done!

Fat Kids Trick Or Treating in North Dakota May Have Had Their Halloween Spoiled

If your kid is fat and went out Trick or Treating in North Dakota for Halloween, he/she may have received this letter from a party-pooping North Dakotan.  Her name is Cheryl and she called Y-94 radio and said she's not going to contribute to the fat American.

Happy Halloween and Happy Holidays Neighbor!

You are probably wondering why your child has this note; have you ever heard the saying, "It takes a village to raise a child"? I am disappointed in "the village" of Fargo Moorhead, West Fargo.

Your child is, in my opinion, moderately obese, and should not be consuming sugar and treats to the extent of some children this Halloween season.

My hope is that you will step up as a parent and ration candy this Halloween and not allow your child to continue these unhealthy eating habits.

Thank You

Hey, here's your copy.

Friday, November 1, 2013

Which One? - Buxom Bikini Babes

Even More Tough Decisions – Check out our NSFW “Which One” Pics.  

Big Bang Theory's Kaley Cuoco is Our Hottie of the Day!


Check out our Former Hotties of the Day!

SuperGirl Jem Palmer to the Rescue!

I would love to have her respond to my Bat Signal!!!


Hottie of the Day - Brunette Babe!

My friend Ron sent me this one.  He says he found her on a Polish website.  RON - What the Hell are you doing on a Polish Website?  You are not Polish, you don't know the language...We know you are just trolling the Polish women!   Polish Babes Beware!

Strange Mints in England

Gerald is one of our readers over in London.  He recently sent us a pic of a sign found in the bathroom of a North London Pub.  Now he sends us this pic of some mints found in a London Store.  The British sure are proper.  Mints after Oral Sex - Well Done England!!!

Best News Bloopers of October 2013

Best News Bloopers October 2013 are ready to be seen!

Leave It To Hockey Fans to Come Up With The Greatest Ref Taunt Ever!

Vintage Friday

Lanthie Ransom

Missouri Bottled Water Rip-Off

This Walmart bottled water comes from the Hazelwood, Missouri Municipal Water Supply!

Thursday, October 31, 2013

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