Friday, October 14, 2016


Sucks to be Ken Bone. Plunged suddenly into the limelight, he was poised to make a lot of money from becoming an overnight celebrity. And then it comes out that he's a pervert, a criminal and an idiot. Whoops. That was pretty quick. It was almost literally Warhol's theory of fifteen minutes of fame. Almost.

He said a lot of unfortunate things online. That seems to happen a lot these days. Being into pregnant porn isn't a crime, but it's pretty distasteful. Siding with Zimmerman over Martin is, well, awkward to say the least, even if you do call Zimmerman a bad guy. And maybe, just MAYBE, you shouldn't be confessing to forging papers for insurance fraud. But the one thing that stood out for me was the Jennifer Lawrence thing. Oddly, I don't see a lot of posts about that. Everyone's attacking Trump, and rightfully so, about the horrible things he said, in particular the pussy line. How many of you know about the Ken Bone story? I'd wager it's significantly fewer than those who know about Trump's locker room talk.

But it's a thing. If you missed it, here is just one article. It sums the situation up pretty clearly. I've said it before, and I'll say it again: Reddit is the hell hole of the internet. No matter how bad you think the comments are on YouTube videos, Reddit has worse. If you're looking for a place that caters to scum and villainy, don't bother wasting your time with Mos Eisley. Go directly to Reddit. Do not collect $200.

Anyway, the Lawrence thing. I find it interesting. Someone posted nude photos of her, stolen from the cloud--PRIVATE pictures--online. She did not want those out there. Fair enough. Those photos were not meant for us. They were meant for her and whoever she sent them to. We've all done this. My exes have very personal pictures of me, and I have very personal pictures of them. I would never dream of betraying that trust. I'd rather they not betray it, either. I don't care about my dick pics floating around out there, but I made those pics for specific people. It's very personal. Lawrence feels violated because, well, she was.

In case you didn't bother with the link (and since it's so late, why would you?) Ken Bone said this about her pictures: "Maybe she should have been more careful with her pics, but the bad guys are still the ones who sought them out and looked at them. By which I mean guys like me. I saw her butt hole. I liked it."

Hm. He seems to through around the phrase "bad guy" pretty recklessly. Maybe it means nothing to him. Your thoughts, George Zimmerman?

This was posted on Reddit, by the way, under an assumed name. But people on Reddit, as awful as they are, know the internet almost as well as the dark net folks. They found out that "StanGibson18" was really Ken Bone. Again, whoops.

Do you know what that implies? It implies that Ken Bone did not want people to know it was really him saying those things about Jennifer Lawrence. How does it feel, Bonester? How does it feel to have something out there about you that you don't want out there? I highly doubt you're feeling very proud of yourself today.

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