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  •  "Logic" and "Georgia" don't usually appear in (3+ / 0-)

    same sentence, especially when dealing with subjects having to do with consensual sex.

    Don't be so afraid of dying that you forget to live.

    by LionelEHutz on Mon Jun 11, 2007 at 09:48:08 AM PDT

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    •  exactly (6+ / 0-)

      this is the same state that one guy, during a divorce proceeding back in the 90s disclosed that he had give his wife oral sex. He spent the next five years in prison.

      (sorry I can only find this referenceto the case:

      There was a case featured in the November 1996 issue of "Marie Claire" involving an Atlanta wife who tried to have her soon-to-be ex-husband charged with rape. She had persuaded her then hubby to tie her up and later used the bondage as a means of proving that the sex had not been consensual. Her sister came forward and informed the court of the plot against the man, but there was another twist in the story.

      Although the man was acquitted on the rape charge, the man was sentenced to five years in jail for having performed oral sex on the woman. He had admitted to that during the course of the case and so he was charged and sentenced under Georgia law.

      Ignorant fucks.

      when a conservative needs an opinion on a subject he gets it by calling himself from another line and when needs multiple opinions shouts the question in a cave

      by agentcooper on Mon Jun 11, 2007 at 10:44:37 AM PDT

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    •  Well at least (1+ / 0-)
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      fabooj

      He didn't whistle at her while walking down the street.  That would've gotten him lynched.  We've come a long way.   /snork

      "We have now sunk to a depth where the restatement of the obivious is the first duty of intelligent men" - George Orwell

      by Edanger6 on Mon Jun 11, 2007 at 10:51:25 AM PDT

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