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TOPIC: Oh what are we all to do?
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Oh what are we all to do? 1 Week, 1 Day ago Karma: 49
But it's actually rather wonderful; as thousands of perfectly innocent people are destroyed by Puritans bringing Victorian sexual mores into the modern morality (actually media people who love a good story), a few intelligent observers are beginning to look back at early victims of witch hunts and starting to feel perhaps they should not have been burned at the stake (mine failed; I pissed on the flames).
 
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Comrade hedda

Re:Oh what are we all to do? 1 Week, 1 Day ago  
and don't forget the Stalinist Revisionism...one day you were in that movie..next day removed..just like that.
 
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Re:Oh what are we all to do? 1 Week, 1 Day ago Karma: 49
You will LOVE The Death Of Stalin; best film of the year by a mile.
 
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Andy

Re:Oh what are we all to do? 1 Week, 1 Day ago  
Apparently it's all the fault of Benny Hill and the 70s!

www.chroniclelive.co.uk/news/north-east-...s-lot-blame-13889314
 
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hedda

Re:Oh what are we all to do? 1 Week ago  
Andy wrote:
Apparently it's all the fault of Benny Hill and the 70s!

www.chroniclelive.co.uk/news/north-east-...s-lot-blame-13889314


is it only me who is surprised Benny hasn't been accused?
I know his brother who lives in Thailand in a very nice style courtesy of his brother's legacy.
looks just like him
 
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Re:Oh what are we all to do? 1 Week ago Karma: 3
hedda wrote:
Andy wrote:
Apparently it's all the fault of Benny Hill and the 70s!

www.chroniclelive.co.uk/news/north-east-...s-lot-blame-13889314


is it only me who is surprised Benny hasn't been accused?
I know his brother who lives in Thailand in a very nice style courtesy of his brother's legacy.
looks just like him


He already has.

www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5005273...Hill-forced-her.html
 
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Bev

Re:Oh what are we all to do? 1 Week ago  
In an era in which seemingly masses of vulnerable women are being believed about every claim to have been 'traumatised' by men behaving in 'unwelcome' ways, I wonder how Hollywood would react if this had been a man deliberately trying to make a woman feel uncomfortable, rather than the woman that is the increasingly ludicrous Miley Cyrus 'teasing' a man who actually has a bit of dignity?



Miley Cyrus 'really liked' making Sir Paul McCartney feel uncomfortable.

The Malibu singer admitted she had expected to be 'freaked out' when she came face-to-face with the Beatles legend at a 2015 Rock & Roll Hall of Fame event - but she thought it was funny when her skimpy outfit left him feeling embarrassed.

She said: "I made Paul McCartney feel uncomfortable one time. I was inducting Joan Jett into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame and I, like, went and introduced myself with nipple pasties on. And he turned bright red. Like he looked so red, and that I really liked.

"I just like that I freaked out Paul McCartney! Because I would be so freaked out to meet Paul McCartney, that then he was freaked out to meet me! So the roles just reversed."
 
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