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Friday, January 16th, 2009
|Fic: A Lost Boy, Chapter 28
A Lost BoyAuthor:
Liam Neeson/Orlando Bloom, minor Liam/Johnny Depp, plus a few other pair-ups among the supporting characters.Rating:
Slave Orlando's been taken and the kidnappers aren't interested in ransom. And of course Master Liam's thundering rage is only
at the personal insult, that someone would disrespect him by daring to touch his property.Disclaimer:
I don't own anyone you recognize. I know nothing about their social lives or sexual activities, more's the pity. This is fiction, period. It is done as a labor of love and I make no money from it.Notes: 1)
Set in poisontaster
's Kept Boy universe -- FAQ here
. See Chapter 1 for more notes.
Previous Chapters: One
The one thing Kevin did not
expect was to have Lord Fucking Neeson show up, briefcase-toting body-slave in tow, and ring his master's fucking doorbell.( Read more...Collapse )
|Freedom of Speech? What Freedom of Speech?
This is just whacked, to say nothing of unconstitutional. But hey, it's been a while since our constitutional freedoms had much to do with lawmaking in this country.
South Carolina is trying to pass a bill which would make it unlawful to swear in public. No, seriously, check it out
.TO AMEND THE CODE OF LAWS OF SOUTH CAROLINA, 1976, BY ADDING SECTION 16-15-370 SO AS TO MAKE IT UNLAWFUL TO COMMUNICATE PROFANITY IN A PUBLIC FORUM OR PLACE OF PUBLIC ACCOMMODATION; BY ADDING SECTION 16-15-430 SO AS TO CREATE THE OFFENSE OF DISSEMINATING PROFANITY TO A MINOR AND PROVIDE A PENALTY FOR THE OFFENSE; TO AMEND SECTION 16-15-305, RELATING TO DISSEMINATING OBSCENITY, SO AS TO SPECIFY BOTH ORAL AND WRITTEN PUBLICATIONS; AND TO AMEND SECTION 16-15-375, RELATING TO DEFINITIONS FOR PURPOSES OF MORALITY AND DECENCY OFFENSES AGAINST MINORS, SO AS TO INCLUDE THE OFFENSE OF DISSEMINATING PROFANITY TO A MINOR.
Well, that's rather inclusive, isn't it? And notice how they're waving the "Think Of The Children!!" flag; that has to be good for a few votes at least. Also, throwing in the "minors" mention doubtless brings up mental images of playgrounds, zoos, and movie theaters showing the latest Little Foot movie, but note that it says "IN A PUBLIC FORUM OR PLACE OF PUBLIC ACCOMMODATION." That means anywhere
in public, including places where children are unlikely to be or are actually banned. Bummer for the comedy clubs of South Carolina.
And before you imagine that it's just about not swearing on the street, or in restaurants or amusement parks or whatever, note this:( Read more...Collapse )