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  1. Fogbuster

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    This is as sick as it gets. A human being cannot go any lower than this, yet here he was working in a very repectable well-paying job at Duke University, no less. This is why "stoning" was invented. This is beyond comprehension.

    [size=+3]Frank M. Lombard - Health Director and Accused Child Molester[/size]

    Frank M. Lombard, associate director of the Center for Health Policy at Duke University was arrested and charged with offering his adopted five year old son for sex acts.

    The arrest warrant states that a person, later identified as Lombard, used video chat on the internet to perfom sex acts on a child under the age of ten. The child was later identified as one of two adopted children of Lombard. The complaint says Lombard's chat room ID lists him as "perv dad for fun."

    The warrant states that an astute police detective contacted Lombard through Yahoo! Instant Messenger. Lombard admitted performing sexual acts on his adopted five year old son. He wrote that he would drug the boy with Benadryl before molesting him. He admitted that he waited to molest the boy until his partner was out of town.

    Self Evident Truths: Frank M. Lombard - Health Director and Accused Child Molester

    Neighbors close in after sex charges - Local & State - News & Observer


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    The death penalty was created precisely for this kind of thing.

    How could a human being do such a thing??



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    You obviously read this when you commented on the thread started by PF 13. Progressive Gay Leaders...".. not only post it, but bump it.. the attention whore is kicking in.. either that or you do not read the posts and just start to salivate when you seen the words gay bad...
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    Actually, I don't read every post on every thread. Time constraints. Sorry if that bursts your balloon. It is what it is.




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    But you commented on PF 13's thread, don't you read before you post.. or is just pavlovian behavior, i.e. gay thread ergo bad.
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    well.... YEAH!!! :rolleyes:


    Have a GREAT DAY!!! :D

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    Here's a link to a Google News child abuse search. Since, a couple of righties seem to be really into child abuse news, they might want to comb through this:

    "child abuse" - Google News

    You could probably narrow the search by using child rape, instead of abuse, if it's the sex you're interested in. Or perhaps try child rape homosexuals if it's only that kind of news that interests you.

    I don't think anyone on the right or left condones child abuse. Those who commit such crimes are either criminal or mentally ill. Unless you're trying to make a generalization or stereotype, then I don't understand why you are posting this story.
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    I don't think most of the posters here are into child abuse at all, Patters. But to ignore it when it happens is to compound the crime. Criminals hope they will fly under the radar.

    This is a very serious issue, and since it involves a man who was "in partnership" with another man -- a means to adopt the two children in the first place -- it points to very serious dangers of same sex relations and, even more alarming, their legal recognition. Only the totally self-deceived would argue otherwise.



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    Of course, when you choose to look the other way at your own Reverend's failings as a father -- his youngest son committed suicide, his daughter-in-law's tell-all book about his corruption -- you appear to lack objectivity. The crime you cited is horrible, but it is not fair to generalize about gay parents based on individual crimes. If I posted a couple news stories about dad's abusing their daughters, would you then object to heterosexual parenting? Your point is bigoted and stupid.
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    The issue of the thread here is about this unconscionable abuse by a man of a child that he, along with his same-sex "partner", had adopted. To make matters even worse, the child is a racial minority, a black child, abused by this white man. I'm genuinely sorry if this is an inconvenient reality for you to see, but it cannot and must not be swept under the rug; and you can be sure that it will not be. I do not contend that *all* same-sex couples do this kind of abomination, but this heinous crime cannot be ignored.

    At a time when same-sex couples are seeking trust and acceptance by the mainstream, this does not bode well for that cause.


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    Child abuse is child abuse -- whether it's rape or breaking a child's bones, whether it's a man abusing a boy or a girl, or a woman doing the same. Clearly, you're trying to use one news story to make broad suggestions about gay parents. This would be like me using the fact that Reverend Moon's son committed suicide to suggest that Unification Church members are unfit parents.
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    Child Molesting all depends on WHO is doing the molesting just as Free Speech all depends on WHO is giving the speech.

    We have a Dead Child Molester at this very moment out in California who is about to be Canonized into Pop Culture Glory a "Show Biz Icon" so say his babbling followers, when he performed most of his time was spent on stage Rubbing His Crotch to the delight of his squealing sobbing groupies, that child molester, Michael (Whitey) Jackson.

    Whitey Jackson was a very talented young man who belonged in an institution far away from little children, he spent millions covering his "pedophile tracks" he chose his victims carefully knowing the parents would accept the payoff.

    Crazy America is about to give Michael Whitey Jackson a "Presidential Sendoff" a Song And Dance Man who publicly "Rubbed His Crotch" on stage for Children all over the world, don't be surprised to see the MTV People nominate him for Mount Rushmore or maybe a Monument right next to The Statue Of Liberty.

    Was Uncle Jeremiah Right (GOD DAMN AMERICA)
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    Cannot believe that folks from both sides of the aisle can be so forgiving or forgetful.. "he was a great performer, but we will all be silent about his little indiscretions".. he wasn't convicted, he settled out of court.. even Fox News an Washington Times are infatuated with this news and subsequent coverage.. who cares time to move on.. who is the next cheating politician, that will change the subject in this ADHD nation.

    But this is just a thread hijack, as Michael was probably not gay.. most seem to have felt at best he was autoerotic or asexual.
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    You are dead on! There should never be any correlation between one's contribution to society and the justification of their actions. These are scarlet letter acts! Whom should be viewed in a vaccuum regardless of anything else.
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    Your right he wasn't Gay if he was a boyfriend would have popped up years ago, he was just a Pedophile Weirdo, Somewhat of a Child himself who liked playing Doctor with little kids "let me touch yours and I'll let you touch mine".

    Your right about Fox News too, they are disgusting with this Jackson "Crap" even their top news people are slobbering all over it.

    "Whacko Jacko" says it all.
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    In all fairness to Michael Jackson, he was never convicted of child abuse, despite the fact that he had a large number of kids stay at his place, and many of them testified in his behalf. He did agree to a settlement with one child, who rumor has it is now claiming he and his father lied in order to win a settlement. Was Michael Jackson a child abuser? Quite possibly. But, it's certainly not slam-dunk.
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    Michael Jackson's music sucked....a lot!
    I never got his appeal... and I'm a big Motown and soul freak.

    (Let's see if we can hijack this thread into the "Who's the best Motown artist" direction.)
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    That is a matter of opinion, and depends on how you define it.. to have a non related child "share your bed" is not very mainstream and can be viewed as victimization.. he may not have penetrated a child, but his boundaries were extremely poor and this also could be viewed as victimization.. some adults should just not be around young kids... he is one of them, he falls within the standard of the appearance of impropriety...
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    Elizabeth Taylor tried for years to teach him How To Penetrate.

    They should save his brain and study it, he once when on a concert in Thailand went to the local Zoo and rented Three Monkeys and took them back to his hotel room, one can only imagine what went on in that room and what he did with those poor monkeys, I wonder if he danced with them?
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    At a time when all the world is hearing is "how great same-sex couples are" when adopting children, the very inconvenient reality of this story blows a huge hole in the propaganda offensive the same-sex lobby has launched.

    People tend to adopt a "live and let live" attitude in America (and Europe), which is how the same-sex culture has exploded onto the scene in recent decades, but we all need to consider why same sex relationships have been so looked down upon throughout history. It is not about "bigotry"; it is because such behavior just simply runs contrary to life itself. Sex has a much higher purpose than mere personal pleasure; it's how life is continued. To mess with that is to mess with the survival of the human race. Very bad to try to fool with Mother Nature.

    As I've already said today, there is judgment coming. There is no way the same-sex culture will ever dominate the Muslim culture or places like China; they simply will not allow it, period. Their harsh penalties for such behavior are well known. The only question remains: will America wake up and clean up its own house, or will it require an outside force to come and do the work?? One way or another behavior that is contrary to life itself cannot stand.


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    TEMPTATIONS

    They did some R&B and Doo-Wop whenever I hear that stuff it brings me back to Central Sq Cambridge during the 60's, live it up Whistah, the years fly by.......:)
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    I like sleeping with children in my bed! Do the Math.......
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    Are you saying that if you shared your bed with a child, you'd have sex with that child? I hope not! I'm not disagreeing that Michael Jackson was weird, and based on what I know, I agree with DarrylS that he's one of those people who should not be around kids. But, my feeling is, since he was never convicted and has many defenders among those kids, let's just remember his music and dancing, which once upon a time I enjoyed as did any others. When someone is dead, we can give them the benefit of a doubts.
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    Temps were my first 45 (Papa Was a Rollin Stone). I bought two that day when I was about 6 down at a record store in Porter Sq. The other one was Theme from Shaft by Isaac Hayes. Temptations are my favorite American act by far. Jackson couldn't tie Ruffins shoes.
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    I do, they are my own! Some times they wake up scared and you have to pull them into your bed for a little while. I don't however, solicit children from poor desperate families to partake in some bed time ritual that clenses my soul. It is ignorant to glorify people like this in their death, purely ignorant, but the fact remains that pop culture beats to it's own self absorbed drum, and I am not surprised.
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    I understand that Sony carried him, financially, for years up to his death to keep him out of bankruptcy. They were his biggest creditor and they figured if he went into bankruptcy they'd have to repossess the Beatles catalog, which would bring them a huge amount of negative PR with Jackson's fans. So its really no wonder why the news outlets that you might think would be screaming 'CHILD RAPIST MEETS HIS FATE' are laying back. There's still millions of Jackson fans out there that don't believe a word of the accusations and they're too likely to crush anybody who isn't delicate.
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    They had a special on PBS last winter with a lot of the old doo-wop stuff it was great.
    The Supremes were good also, they all came out of the Projects I believe one of them had a pretty rough time of it and died I think.
    I never knew the names of most of those Motown people but the Music was always coming out of the Jukeboxes in those little Cambridge Beer & Wine neighborhood bars.

    About 15 years ago my wife and I were staying at at a big Inn at Kennebunk Maine the Platters were playing there that night, there was one "Original Platter" singing with them, we had a table that was only about 25 feet away from them and when they opened up with the song "Great Pretender" I went into a Coma from the past to be so close to their voices and they had a great sound system, they sang for almost three hours, one of the best "music nights" I have ever had and we just stumbled into it we didn't even know they were playing there.
    I wonder if they are atill around, the original one that was with them was pretty old.
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    there used to be a place in newport that featured a lot of r & b cover bands, hurley's... always enjoyed some r& b, but ny faves had to be sam & dave and otis reading... liked a little more edge with my music
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    What you're implying is that such abuse by homosexual parents is much more common than by heterosexual parents, otherwise you would also being posting threads about heterosexuals who commit child abuse. I'm not certain if your post is intended to be anti-gay or anti-child abuse. Patters is right. This is the sort of bigotry a lot of righties just don't seem to comprehend.
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    For what it's worth, though I was never an MJ fan, I do recognize that his Thriller album was a great record. However, whether he or the producers were the creative driving force behind it is another debate altogether.

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