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It was “Got drunk and had sex and then regretted it later-rape”

It sure as hell wasn’t “rape-rape”. In Not That Kind of Girl Dunham tells us why denial is simpler, at least in the beginning The most remarkable part of Lena Dunham’s new memoir Not That Kind of Girl: A Young … Continue reading

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What have you been doing for the past 30 years?

30 years ago I was 24 years old and married to my first wife. We had two sons and we lived in Sonoma County, California. I was the branch manager for a pest control company that was based in San … Continue reading

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It Damn Sure Was “Rape-Rape”

WARNING: This post may make you angry and/or nauseous! Daily Mail: The woman who was drugged and raped by Roman Polanski at the age of 13 has described in graphic detail for the first time what happened on that fateful … Continue reading

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What the F**k?

Tampa Bay Times: Execution rescheduled to accommodate Pam Bondi fundraiser There is no graver responsibility and act of state government than an execution. In Florida this week, a campaign fundraiser takes precedence. Attorney General Pam Bondi persuaded Gov. Rick Scott … Continue reading

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The Bastard Got Off Too Easy

Cleveland kidnapper Ariel Castro found hanging in cell Ariel Castro, the man convicted earlier this year of kidnapping three woman, holding them in his Cleveland home for nearly a decade, and repeatedly sexually assaulting them, committed suicide in his Ohio … Continue reading

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35 Years

Foxy News: Manning gets 35 years in WikiLeaks case The Army soldier who leaked more than 700,000 Iraq and Afghanistan battlefield reports and diplomatic cables while working as an intelligence analyst was sentenced Wednesday to 35 years in prison. Army … Continue reading

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Woman Bites Dog

Yesterday’s news: Jury in Arias case says it can’t reach unanimous verdict The judge in the Jodi Arias murder trial declared a mistrial in the penalty phase Thursday after the jury reported for a second time that it was deadlocked … Continue reading

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