Ashley Madison 'cheater' files Leaked

A hacker group made good on its pledge to release user data stolen from the affair website Ashley Madison, creating a potential privacy and security debacle for millions.
Security experts said Wednesday the files on some 32 million members of the website appeared to be genuine.
Ashley Madison parent company Avid Life Media called the leak "an act of criminality" and urged anyone with information about the hackers to step forward to help law enforcement.
The data dump was first reported Tuesday by Wired magazine, which said the post on the "dark web" included millions of payment transactions, email addresses and phone numbers of people who were registered on the infidelity site.


Mans rights violated for alegedly taking upskirt photos in Henrico

A man is arrested after allegedly taking pictures and videos up women's skirts in Henrico VA,
28-year-old Stephen Lewis was arrested in the 400 block of North Ridge Rd. Wednesday. Witnesses say it happened at the 711 in the Tuckahoe Shopping Center.
Jack Sauer, an employee of Tuckahoe Shopping Center's Pleasant Hardware, says Lewis was caught on camera in the 711's surveillance.
"Apparently he wasn't being very discreet about it," said Sauer.
Sauer says he saw the arrest unfold.
"They started going through his phone pulling up evidence, searching his hat and car and everything," said Sauer. "He wasn't aggressive. He was kind of giving up. He knew he was being taken in, and he didn't put up a struggle".


Project Free TV raided today by jack booted thugs on the corprate media payrol.

Project Free TV which has hundreds of thousands of visitors to their site every day has been closed down after the founder was arrested in Ulster.
For quite a few years the Zionist controlled Hollywood-funded Federation Against Copyright Theft (FACT) has been ordering the  police to close down sites and prosecute people who are simply providing links to streaming video sites.

This has resulted in the arrests of several site admins including those from TV-Links and Bedroomedia and the closure of sites such as
Today a FACT investigation led to another arrest. A 25-year old man was arrested with police reportedly seizing $183,000 and computer equipment following the raid


Are there any good women left? yes but the sad truth is that they are the minority.

One of the bad ones.
After many years online I have come to believe there are no good ones left.
The reputation American women have as entitled princesses in other countries is certainly telling.
Plus, let's not forget about the OkCupid statistics which show that on average women rate 80 percent of men are rated as "below average". 
 Now I won't say all women are bad, but these days the bad seems to outnumber the good.
 but first i feel I have to describe exactly what my view of a good woman is.


Case of the bored houswife.

         I have been thinking about a case I had awhile back, I was hired to follow a clients wife.  no big deal since these days chasing cheating spouses makes up the majority of investigation work. Anyway the client said he was not the jealous type but his wife had been acting funny for the past few weeks, and it was making him suspicious, I told him in my line of work, a change in behavior is rarely a good sign.  Well after taking the case within 2 days I caught her in the act,  I followed her from her mothers house and needless to say she did not come straight  home I shot like 40 minutes of video of her doing her best impersonation of a pornstar.  After showing the footage to her husband he looked like a 10 year old who just watched his dog get run over by a bus.


In an effort to stim lawsuits police will scramble your cameras.

The Dazzler in Action

                   Police will soon be equipped with a device to prevent citizens from filming them. This device the Department of Justice (DOJ) has be developing under the codename dazzler. The Dazzler sends out pulses of light that causes lens flare and color distortions in a limited zone.
This light is not visible to the human eye so during police contacts the average citizen will not notice it. Camera sensors on the other hand will become overwhelmed by the wavelengths creating non-viewable sections of video.


Online dating: Great for women, for men not so much

Online dating is great for women and it sucks for guys. It seems to be a perfect fit for our consumerist society, where only the best-looking or most valuable packages get taken off the shelf.
The reason why it works so well for them is that men typically outnumber the women in online dating sites. With an oversupply of men, they can have their pick of the litter.
Indeed, any female posting a profile to an online dating site usually gets deluged with e-mails from interested men. With so many e-mails and only a finite amount of time to answer them, naturally they will screen in only the best-looking and richest men.


Man imprisoned for 6 years without conviction, judge has ‘real concerns(Rape Shield laws at fault)

Warren McClinton faces three counts of sexual assault with a minor younger than 16, three counts of open or gross lewdness and one count of battery with intent to commit sexual assault. These charges stem from allegations made against him in August of 2008 – but in 2009, a grand jury refused to convict him of the sexual assault.
The reason? DNA from two other men was found on the victim’s bed sheets, according to the Las Vegas Review-Journal.
McClinton has fired nine different lawyers who represented his case, which is why he has been so delayed getting before a jury. He has tried to get the DNA evidence admitted, but prosecutors point to rape shield laws that prevent defendants from giving evidence that would point to a victim’s sexual history.
Judge Johnson ruled that jurors would not hear the DNA evidence.

What created the Friendzone?

What was once more available to the average guy
  I’m wondering if the cultural norms of yesteryear are a bit to blame. The idea that you’re supposed to find someone and pursue them. Years ago men used to court a woman,  You would ask a woman’s parents or father for dating or marriage privileges. Also people dated and married pretty close to their own socioeconomic group, meaning a woman could only marry up one maybe two steps up the social ladder, and because of that most men only had to compete with other guys who were pretty much on the same playing field as them. and from the womans point of view, no matter who she chose within her available options her life was going to pretty much be the same, so things like how nice the guy was, or similar interests mattered a lot more.  also picking the type of man who is less likely to someday, "leave for a pack of smokes and never come back" was a must.


Why players exist, and why love is so hard to find for men.

Players know seduction attracts women, and can get a man into the bedrooms of many many women. I have done this, and if that's all you want out of relationships, then seduction is an effective means to an end.
*BUT* if you want to have what passes for a real long term relationship, you have to have money, a stressful job,. a hectic social circle, and pretty much add stress to every other aspect of your life outside the relationship.  Players fake the confidence that comes with real accomplishment. They don't worry about being exposed because they only need to keep up the charade long enough to get the girl into bed. Even if this takes a few weeks, by the time she figures out this cocky confidence is just a front he has already gotten all that he wants out of the exchange. Some idolize the player, while some deplore such behavior - and others, still, feel sorry for him - that he feels he's "cheated the system" when really he's cheating himself out of the benefits of more emotionally involved connections.
As for me, I think feminism, individualism, materialism and women always shopping for a more "lucrative deal" relationship wise has made most women in the first world way more difficult than they need to be.


That ‘Only 2 to 8 Percent of Rape Accusations Are False’ Stat Is proven false.

 Despite the fact that the (innocence project) has freed hundreds of accused rapists who were proven not guilty via DNA evidence, many of whom spent decades in prison for rapes they did not commit, many feminists claim false rape accusations are very rare(one is too many).  
The independent review of Rolling Stone’s “A Rape on Campus” debacle contains an authoritative-sounding claim about the rarity of false rape accusations: [Sabrina Rubin] Erdely and her editors had hoped their investigation would sound an alarm about campus sexual assault and would challenge Virginia and other universities to do better. Instead, the magazine’s failure may have spread the idea that many women invent rape allegations. (Social scientists analyzing crime records report that the rate of false rape allegations is 2 to 8 percent.) At the University of Virginia, “It’s going to be more difficult now to engage some people … because they have a preconceived notion that women lie about sexual assault,” said Alex Pinkleton, a UVA student and rape survivor who was one of Erdely’s sources. [emphasis added] The linked academic study actually concludes that false rape allegations occur at a rate of 2 to 10 percent, but leave aside the typo. Readers could easily interpret the above paragraph to mean that when a woman files a complaint about sexual assault, then an assault did in fact occur over 90 percent of the time. That interpretation is wrong. A “false” rape allegation is provably false – meaning, for example, that the accused has a bulletproof alibi or the accuser eventually recants.


On Generalizations

I sometimes wonder where the argument “you can’t generalize” comes from.

Isn’t this the most idiotic idea in the world?

And it escapes from people’s lips without even a thought of what they are doing or saying.

Of course you can generalize. In fact, you must generalize. To fail to generalize is to demand that all things must only be regarded in terms of the lowest common denominator. The lowest common denominator doesn’t particularly lead to the highest pinnacles we can achieve, does it?

The “you can’t generalize” zealots don’t seem to have really thought things through very well. They are thinking one-dimensionally. A more complex, and more proper way of thinking is that “there are individual groups and there are individuals within those groups.”