Man or dog

in reality, all of this has been a total load of old bollocks

Man or dog?

Poll ended at 06 Sep 2011, 17:38

Man
8
89%
Dog
1
11%
 
Total votes: 9

The Great DeFector

Re: Man or dog

Postby The Great DeFector » 05 Sep 2011, 15:13

Jimmy Jazz wrote:
Or simply able to recognise a hypothetical
question without grabbing the opportunity
to question the question.



Nothing new on BCB.

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Re: Man or dog

Postby atomic loonybin » 05 Sep 2011, 15:34

We like REAL animals round our way....

Horse indecency man in court

Nov 12 2009 by John Sutton, Evening Gazette
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A RETIRED farm worker led a horse to some bushes in a field where he engaged in sexual activity with the animal.

Teesside Magistrates’ Court heard how David Walter Chamberlin, 71, performed the act on October 16 this year.

Dressed in a tatty red jacket and grey trousers, grey-haired Chamberlin, who has previous convictions for sex offences, spoke to confirm his name before prosecutor Noelle Brockbank opened the case.

Ms Brockbank told the court how George Thompson, the owner of the cart horse, “saw the defendant leading a horse towards some bushes” in a Billingham field.

Mr Thompson, who owns a scrapyard, recognised Chamberlin, of Brendon Crescent, Billingham, as a regular walker in the fields, and saw him holding the horse by his head.

Ms Brockbank added Mr Thompson “picked up a stick and struck the defendant”.

The pensioner turned round and exposed his open flies. Chamberlin admitted to outraging public decency at an earlier hearing.

Ms Brockbank told the court how during the 1980s Chamberlin had been convicted of a number of sex crimes, including exposure, gross indecency and an indecent assault on a male under-16.

Alex Bousfield, defending Chamberlin, said: “This is an unusual case - it’s quite unique really. It is disturbing and concerns behaviour that people don’t know how to deal with. Some will laugh, others will say it is disgusting.”

He said Chamberlin, who lives with his 74-year-old sister, was ashamed of his behaviour and would have to live with a crime that “people in the local community would remember”.

Mr Bousfield added the offence was a “one-off” and Chamberlin did not set out to commit it. Magistrates adjourned sentencing until December.


And a few months later....

Indecency pensioner must wait to learn fate

Oct 30 2010 by Andy Passant, Evening Gazette

A PENSIONER accused of breaching a sexual offences order by repeatedly approaching and stroking a pony must wait until the New Year to learn his fate.
David Walter Chamberlin

David Walter Chamberlin, 72, was convicted last year of committing a sex act with a horse in a Billingham field.

He was made the subject of a sexual offences prevention order (SOPO) which banned him from having unsupervised contact with horses.

A condition of his bail was that he should not go within five metres of any horse.

But Chamberlin has admitted breaching the order six times by approaching and stroking a tethered pony “without reasonable excuse”.


Yesterday the convicted sex offender, of Hartington Road, Stockton, made another appearance before Teesside Magistrates’ Court.

His case had been adjourned for the preparation of a psychiatric report.

But the court heard the report had not been prepared due to an administrative error.

The prosecution applied yesterday for Chamberlin to be remanded in custody. But District Judge Martin Walker granted him conditional bail.

The conditions include keeping away from horses and co-operating with the preparation of the psychiatric report.

Chamberlin’s case was adjourned until January 5 next year.



What gets me is that in a later article, they actually printed his full address!!! A few weeks later he was up in court again, and -unsurprisingly - was of 'no fixed abode'.
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The Modernist

Re: Man or dog

Postby The Modernist » 05 Sep 2011, 15:34

Dr Markus wrote:
Jimmy Jazz wrote:
Or simply able to recognise a hypothetical
question without grabbing the opportunity
to question the question.



Nothing new on BCB.


You make this kind of comment all the time M. Seriously you should take a break from thinking so defensively all the time. We do debate and challenge, it's what we do.
And please don't take offense - I don't mean to attack you or anything like that, I just think perhaps you could reflect a bit more before always making that criticism.

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Re: Man or dog

Postby The Great DeFector » 05 Sep 2011, 15:36

TopCat G wrote:
Dr Markus wrote:
Jimmy Jazz wrote:
Or simply able to recognise a hypothetical
question without grabbing the opportunity
to question the question.



Nothing new on BCB.


You make this kind of comment all the time M. Seriously you should take a break from thinking so defensively all the time. We do debate and challenge, it's what we do.
And please don't take offense - I don't mean to attack you or anything like that, I just think perhaps you could reflect a bit more before always making that criticism.



Considering some of the responses on this thread to the original question and the some of the responses to my thread about eastern european women, i think my statement is very valid.

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Re: Man or dog

Postby The Modernist » 05 Sep 2011, 15:43

ok.

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Re: Man or dog

Postby Rated B » 05 Sep 2011, 15:45

Diamond Dog wrote:Well, not again, you mean?


Whaddya think the goat-trauma site is about? :?

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Re: Man or dog

Postby The Great DeFector » 05 Sep 2011, 17:38

I genuinely am not taking it personally and me pointing out something that happens in practically every "debate" does not make me so. I was taking your side Jimmy. I think it's too easy to say someone is being defensive when they are pointing something out. Just because i mentioned a thread i started is not me playing the victim. Just give it a week or two and you will see them same things again.

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Re: Man or dog

Postby Rated B » 05 Sep 2011, 17:40

And on every other BB on the 'net, you'll see the same thing. Today. Hundreds and hundreds of times over.
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Re: Man or dog

Postby The Great DeFector » 05 Sep 2011, 18:34

Jimmy Jazz wrote:
Dr Markus wrote:I genuinely am not taking it personally and me pointing out something that happens in practically every "debate" does not make me so. I was taking your side Jimmy. I think it's too easy to say someone is being defensive when they are pointing something out. Just because i mentioned a thread i started is not me playing the victim. Just give it a week or two and you will see them same things again.


I know, I was trying to point out that G
contradicts himself by blaming you for what he
could have DD for much earlier in the thread.


Ah right, yeah i knew that. :?

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Re: Man or dog

Postby The Modernist » 05 Sep 2011, 18:37

Jimmy Jazz wrote:
Dr Markus wrote:I genuinely am not taking it personally and me pointing out something that happens in practically every "debate" does not make me so. I was taking your side Jimmy. I think it's too easy to say someone is being defensive when they are pointing something out. Just because i mentioned a thread i started is not me playing the victim. Just give it a week or two and you will see them same things again.


I know, I was trying to point out that G
contradicts himself by blaming you for what he
could have DD for much earlier in the thread.


Don't think DD was making the same point..not that it matters.
And I wasn't blaming Markus for anything, just making an observation! :)

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Re: Man or dog

Postby The Great DeFector » 05 Sep 2011, 18:44

TopCat G wrote:And I wasn't blaming Markus for anything, just making an observation! :)


Yeah right, it's clearly plain obvious to see that obviously plainly clear that you were looking for a ruck. Seriously man you need to wise up to yourself. Where are the moderators when you need them, i blame them! :roll:








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Re: Man or dog

Postby Diamond Dog » 05 Sep 2011, 19:02

Jimmy Jazz wrote:
Dr Markus wrote:I genuinely am not taking it personally and me pointing out something that happens in practically every "debate" does not make me so. I was taking your side Jimmy. I think it's too easy to say someone is being defensive when they are pointing something out. Just because i mentioned a thread i started is not me playing the victim. Just give it a week or two and you will see them same things again.


I know, I was trying to point out that G
contradicts himself by blaming you for what he
could have DD for much earlier in the thread.


Oh I see. You shoould be free to post any crap you want to, but I am not allowed the right to give my opinion on it?

Just so we're all aware of what you said.
Facts do not cease to exist because they are ignored.
If you tell the truth you don't have to remember anything.
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Re: Man or dog

Postby Diamond Dog » 05 Sep 2011, 19:58

Jimmy Jazz wrote:What is your opinion on it then ?



My opinion is the original question was so fucking ridiculous I am not going to validate it with a direct response.
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Re: Man or dog

Postby Diamond Dog » 05 Sep 2011, 19:59

Diamond Dog wrote:
Oh I see. You should be free to post any crap you want to, but I am not allowed the right to give my opinion on it?




What is your response to this?
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Re: Man or dog

Postby The Prof » 05 Sep 2011, 20:07

Being both man and dog you should be narked.

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Re: Man or dog

Postby Diamond Dog » 05 Sep 2011, 21:40

Because if I recounted every fucking druunken story I have with my mates, on here - no matter how depraved- I'm pretty sure you'd get the point.
:roll:
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Re: Man or dog

Postby Muskrat » 06 Sep 2011, 00:12

Jimmy Jazz wrote:In an extremely mellow mood the question came up what to chose to have sex with if
being forced to.


Define "sex."
Also the breed of dog.
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Re: Man or dog

Postby Diamond Dog » 06 Sep 2011, 05:32

Jimmy Jazz wrote:
Diamond Dog wrote:Because if I recounted every fucking druunken story I have with my mates, on here - no matter how depraved- I'm pretty sure you'd get the point.
:roll:


Yes probably. The difference is I'd just shudder
my shoulders and that's it. Are you the keeper
of standards on a board where I've read threads
about Bukake parties ? Gimme a break.



No I'm not. But if you keep posting this kind of shit, I'll keep replying. Okay with you?
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Re: Man or dog

Postby Rated B » 06 Sep 2011, 10:13

Jimmy Jazz wrote:The mail must be getting you down Pete.
What exactly is the problem with a bunch
of half drunk 30 something males posing
this kind of what would you do questions?
And what's wrong with asking the same question
on here ? Lighten up a bit please.


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Re: Man or dog

Postby Rated B » 06 Sep 2011, 10:14

neverknows wrote:
Rated B wrote:And on every other BB on the 'net, you'll see the same thing. Today. Hundreds and hundreds of times over.

Links please.


http://www.google.co.uk/search?q=Forums
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