55 thoughts on “Mad Alive

  1. andyourpointiswhatexactly

    Jeekers tonight.
    Ah, shag it. It’s their stupid paper: they can write whatever they like there. Keeps em off the streets, I guess.

  2. dhaughton99

    Well it really is true when it comes to Mooney, he never shuts up about it.

    Who the hell would listen to tubs anyway?

  3. taralara

    Mild compared to the other articles in this months edition. I’m objecting to it coming in my door.

    “menu for local takeaways gratefully accepted but no copies of Alive! please” sign is ready

  4. Sidewinder

    Sluts and fairies. Have Alive not got anything better to do than trawling through twitter for this shite?

    1. rotide

      Have Broadsheet got nothing better to do than twarl through twitter for equally mundane shit on the other side of the fence?

      Cuts both ways dear.

      1. Sidewinder

        Don’t call me dear you patronising arse.

        And no, as this is exactly what the site is about. Doi.

      2. Sidewinder

        Don’t call me dear you patronising arse.

        And no, as this is exactly what the site is about. Doi.

        1. rotide

          Do you listen to yourself ?

          It’s ok for this website to have a slant and an agenda, but not their newspaper?

          Stop being such an armchair liberal dear

          1. Sidewinder

            Do you read what I say? Did I say anything about an agenda? Lets have a read shall we – oh look, no I didn’t.

            Back in your box you fox news loving twit.

          2. rotide

            Don’t agree with him = He must love fox news.

            Incredible leap. You should compete in the long jump.

          3. Sidewinder

            Do the words “armchair liberal” sound familiar? Hypocrisy thy name is _________

            Three guesses to fill in the blanks.

          4. rotide

            Bit of a logical fallacy there dearie.

            Just because I recognise that you’re an armchair liberal, It doesn’t follow that I’m an armchair conservative, or any sort of conservative.

      3. Sidewinder

        Also many things are tweeted directly at them to alert them to it, they don’t go hunting for it.

          1. Sidewinder

            Yes, exactly like broadsheet, as that is to whom I was referring. Alive isn’t on social media to my knowledge.

            Do keep up.

          2. rotide

            There’s also a lot of non-stories that contributors here hunt out on twitter. Lars Biscuits jumps to mind.

  5. Just sayin'

    Alcohol is a massive factor in rape, both for the victim and the rapist. While the victim of rape is always in the right, taking steps to reduce risk, such as not getting leglessly drunk, is only sensible.

    1. NICE Anne

      how about “DON’T BE A FUVKING RAPEY SH1THEAD ” being the message. Much better a bleaty than “take steps to reduce the risk”
      FFS

        1. Anne

          We’ll give her a dumb badge instead.
          Anyone calling themselves ‘nice’ or ‘good’ is a moron.

          You’re not nice and you’re not good. You’re just a moron.
          MORON Anne. MORON Helen.

    2. well

      Not wearing the veil/hijab is a massive factor in rape, both for the victim and the rapist. While the victim of rape is always in the right, taking steps to reduce risk, such as wearing the veil, is only sensible

      1. ahjayzis

        I favour the drag method myself.

        While the victim of rape is always in the right, taking steps to reduce risk, such as impersonating a male, is only sensible.

    3. Sidewinder

      Having genitalia is a massive factor in rape, both for the victim and the rapist. While the victim of rape is always in the right, taking steps to reduce the risk, such as FGM or castration, is only sensible.

    4. Casey

      Being a rapist is a massive factor in rape, both for the victim and the rapist. While the victim of rape is always in the right, taking steps to reduce risk, such as not being around those who are inclined to rape, is only sensible.

    5. donkey_kong

      stop being sensible. Stop making reasonable points that people should take heed of their personal safety.
      It always bothers me that people think that preaching about personal safety is not a separate issue completely to victim blaming.

      1. Just sayin'

        Well, if my car was broken into, it really isn’t my fault. But if I left my camera on the front seat, its still not my fault but that’s pretty unwise. It’s a legitimate observation. It doesn’t make the thief less culpable.
        I’ve done a lot of formal academic study on the issue and related issues, probably more than most commenters here. Its a sensitive topic obviously but cheap shots and psudo-PC posturing don’t help.

        1. deliverancecountry

          Cool, so they can all come stay with you where they’re safe from their family and acquaintances. You can bring them clubbing on your noble steed.

      2. well

        Are a lot of these about safety? i’ve noticed a lot of the same people that complain about people getting drunk tend to also complain about clothing.

        Should women only go outside in full battle armor?

        1. ahjayzis

          Blatantly missing the point, and trying to make a joke out of it isn’t cool. Armour? Yeah right, like.

          Women should stay indoors, end of. Tesco deliver now. As Christ intended.

          1. well

            my point is the same people complain about women getting drunk are the same ones that will claim she was asking for it for wearing a short skirt.

            It doesn’t matter what the woman did, they will find a way to impart some of the blame on her.

          2. Sidewinder

            Agreed. And saying there’s something people can do to stop it always implies they had some hand in setting up a “rape friendly” situation which is simply untrue. Whether the comment is academic or “sensible” doesn’t matter a toss when every person who says such things reinforces the considerations judges and juries take into account when these cases come to court.

            Whens the last time you heard about an arsonist getting off because the owner of the property had matches by the front door?

      3. Casey

        You’re right. I’ll put on my chastity belt tonight and throw the key in the Liffy.

        Better to do that than give out higher custodial sentances for rapists.
        Better do that than eradicate the culture of rape acceptance that is creeping into our society.
        Better do that than get the message out these that those who rape should be treated as a social pariah for the rest of their days.

        What do you do when people take all manners of precautions against rape but still rape happens in our society? What then?

        Will you see then that being raped is not a matter of how you dress, act, behave or your state of sobriety? Will you see then that rape is a much more incideous evil that does not respect measures taken on a personal level to counteract it?

        What do you say to children who are raped? Should have been more careful of your personal safety?
        What would you say to the woman dragged off the street and raped? Don’t go out after dark love?
        What would you say to the entire communities of women and children in Pitcairn Island? Should have moved somewhere else darlings?

        The message first and foremost has to be “Don’t rape” not “change your behaviour so you don’t get raped” That is one step away from implying that the victim was complicit in the crime commited against them.

  6. Louis Lefronde

    In fairness, one does have to look on and say – Gay Propaganda is quite rampant in the global western media over the last couple of years…which does raise a point when does being gay cease being a preference and instead become a religion of sorts?

  7. deliverancecountry

    gah
    trolled by Bodger.
    Well played sir!
    *doffs cap, goes to do something useful instead

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