Started by TaoOfLuxLisbon, June 21, 2011, 01:27:54 PM
Quote from: Frys Girl on September 24, 2011, 11:16:15 AMAw, that implies that I have looks. Thanks
QuoteHonestly, this woman bothers me. She is on a dangerous path. I don't mean to judge or pretend like I know best, but coking and tanning like this is ridiculous. It's fine to use your looks and body to get what you want. Lots of women and men do this, and they succeed immensely. However, she's not being smart about it.
Quote from: Lovely Bones on September 25, 2011, 10:02:15 AMMy question: where are the smart parents of this girl to help her make good decisions? Are they as ready to exploit her as anyone else?
Quote from: Lovely Bones on September 26, 2011, 09:09:27 AMI have no idea how much scientific backing there is for this theory, and there is supposedly an age at which the formula falls apart, IIRC, though I don't recall how that works.
Quote from: b_dubb on September 24, 2011, 09:53:04 PMthe name of their show will be Mrs Hutchinson - StarFucker
Quote from: Eddie Coyle on September 26, 2011, 12:45:16 PM Who is the star she fucked?
Quote from: Morgus on September 26, 2011, 02:18:39 PMActor Doug Hutchinson, famous cult actor for memorable guest spots on the x-files (as Victor Toombs) and LOST (head of the Dharma Initiative on the island back in the 70s) He also was in one of Noory's favorite films, "The Green Mile"
Quote from: Flaxen Hegemony on September 25, 2011, 09:36:42 PMDating younger women (20-22ish, not 17) is like living the movies "Memento" and "Limitless" at the same time. At any given moment, you have absolutely no idea what the fuck she will do, but at the same time, you know the likely RESULT of anything she will do. From my experiences, if this adorable and endearing stage of the human female life cycle doesn't end by 24-25, it never will, and rapidly becomes much less adorable and endearing by age... (mumble).That said, I can't imagine Dougie here "connecting" with this girl using anything other than his willy. 51 and 17? He's too old to keep up with her, and she's too young to communicate with him in any meaningful way. A 17-year old and a 20-year old may both try to act more "adult", but are worlds apart in the ways they do it, and its effectiveness. (For the psychologically inclined, I think the difference may be the 20 year old being in Formal Operations with both feet on the ground and the dust more settled, but that's just a hunch.)
Quote from: JJNDCA on September 27, 2011, 12:28:03 AMI call BS on the 17-20 thing. That is something that has been pumped into our American society heads. I work with people as young 17 through to their 40s-50s. I see how a 17 year old acts and how a 20 year old acts. THEY ACT THE SAME WAY. One MIGHT have a LITTLE more maturity but you can't see it. It's not until 24-25 until you start seeing actual smart decision making going on. Obviously this doesn't apply to everyone. Trying to apply to a brush to everyone is, to me, fucking retarded. You need your head checked if you think applying a "law" to everyone will work. It doesn't. It won't. EVERYONE is different, something our government and our society has a REALLY hard time accepting. Yes, laws exist to protect us, but again, i think some of our laws relating to sexuality are fairly stupid and seem to apply only to the poor and not the super rich like this guy and girl. Why aren't they going to jail? This is illegal. If any of you tried this, you would be in jail. WHY isn't he? He's rich/wealthy. Only difference.
Quote from: Flaxen Hegemony on September 27, 2011, 06:46:47 AMThe slight difference you note is magnified to me because I work primarily with people in the 18-25 age range, gender split 80/20 female. Occasionally socializing, but never mixing it with work interactions. If the range was wider, the slight differences may not seem so apparent to me, but they are quite obvious, and consistent. I can see changes in the same person from year to year. They aren't seismic shifts in personality, of course, but just subtle differences suggesting that the person has figured out a little bit more about how this "life" thing works. I'm certainly not suggesting it would be true for ANY 17 and 20 year old we sampled. Individual differences account for a great deal.
Quote from: Do you think it was angels? on September 27, 2011, 06:31:12 PMIn my early 40s, and most women in their mid 20s seem like dizzy teenagers to me. I'd get lonely spending an hour with one.
Quote from: Do you think it was angels? link=topiidc=2598.msg51949#msg51949 date=1317169872In my early 40s, and most women in their m 20s seem like dizzy teenagers to me. I'd get lonely spending an hour with one.
Quote from: Frys Girl on September 28, 2011, 03:36:33 PMGeorge Noory is going to have him as a guest when this show goes to air and needs promoting. Brace yourselves people. Hurl time is approaching.
Quote from: Agent : Orange on October 03, 2011, 02:48:24 PMNo way that's 17...
Quote from: Treading Water on October 03, 2011, 05:20:08 PM"Good Morning America verified Stodden's age by tracking down her birth certificate; at the time of their interview, she was in fact 16. (She celebrated her 17th birthday in August at Disneyland with Hutchison.)"
Quote from: b_dubb on October 03, 2011, 08:24:19 PMdisgusting. I knew actors were stupid but fuck! how dim do you have to be to want to marry 16 yr old Britney wanna be