I do find the morality police stationed at Mt. Pious hilarious at this point. Why do you guys continue to support companies that employ child laborers for 10 cents a day? I can't believe we have such immoral people who use this board! I keep hammering that point home because morally, thats worse than watching 10 famous nude women without their permission, but because we support these companies every day we don't really care.
It kind of reminds me of the Mike Vick situation, if Vick had been killing cows or chickens no one would have really cared, but because he killed fido people were in a uproar. DUI on the other hand doesn't get nearly the same amount of scrutiny, even when players kill another person.
Think about this for a second, Donte Stallworth spent 24 days in jail for killing someone under the influence, while Mike Vick was in 18 months.
Society has determined that killing dogs is worse than killing a person, it just goes to show that morals are subjective! I think killing a person is worse, even if its a DUI, but a lot of fan reaction tells me otherwise. I don't go about yelling how those people are immoral, I accept that they have a different view than me.
I'm with WOY, my ignore list is about to get awfully long.
"But I do know Joey's sister indirectly (or foster sister) and I have heard stories of Joey being into shopping, designer wear, fancy coffees, and pedicures."
I dont think watching the video is as bad as setting up the camera and actually taping it. If you dont see the difference I see or other see thats perfectly fine.
There are people in the world who think gun makers are just as bad as murderers. Its all personal feelings.
That said I'm pretty sure there is things you guys do that I would probably view as bad. You will never change someones opinion on this probably no reason for us to keep going on about it.
I think this thread has outlived its usefulness...not that it ever had any to begin with.
My dad got to enjoy 3 Reds World Championships by the time he was my age. So far, I've only gotten to enjoy one. Step it up Redlegs!
If this thread gets closed then that's silly, that said some of folks have a different idea of privacy then I do.
I guess I'm old school, I expect folks to be able to lock their hotel room door and not be filmed or if I am make it out like I deserve it based on who I am.
Silly me, I respect people.
Damn I'm a chump.
What you don't seem to see is that it doesn't matter if watching is as bad as actually taping it.I dont think watching the video is as bad as setting up the camera and actually taping it. If you dont see the difference I see or other see thats perfectly fine.
What's inherently lost on you is that both acts are wrong. If you want to get into degrees of wrongness, perhaps you would be so kind as to type us up an essay on the moral shades of someone who robbed a bank versus someone who didn't participate in the theft but knowingly spent the money anyway.
If you agree that that taping someone in a state of undress without their consent is wrong- and I'm hoping against hope that your moral compass doesn't aim in the other direction- then how on Earth is watching it any better?
I'm not some prude here- believe me, I haven't been anywhere but my bed on a Sunday morning before noon since I was 6.
But to sort of excuse the act of watching a nonconsensual videotape on the grounds that you weren't the one who filmed it is idiocy.
I have avoided watching the tape at all costs because I don't desire to see someone in such a manner that they have not granted permission for me to do so.
My curiosity does not extend to up skirt videos, pinhole movies, or any other form of spying, so that I can get my rocks off at the expense of unsuspecting participants.
To come on a message board and say that you saw this video and that she looks really good shows a level of disrespect that is inhuman.
This thread has more than run its course.
What if this wasn't a rhetorical question?
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