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Kitsuki
03-07-2006, 15:59:34
I'm not one to jump on the Daily Mail bandwagon, but -

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/pages/live/articles/news/news.html?in_article_id=393650&in_page_id=1766&in_a_source=&ito=1490

Jeeeeeeeeeeeesus.

King_Ghidra
03-07-2006, 16:08:49
the guy's an ass...but the girls are stupid beyond belief

i wonder what germaine greer makes of it

Kitsuki
03-07-2006, 16:11:56
A victory for women's lib! :lol:

JM^3
03-07-2006, 16:17:57
Awesome!

In other news, my sister is on to her 4th. She is dating a 15 yearold (she is 26).

JM

Ginfizwithatwist
03-07-2006, 18:47:27
nasty

Gramercy Riffs
03-07-2006, 19:40:04
Wow, he's unemployed AND jobless. What a loser.

devilmunchkin
03-07-2006, 19:59:19
i feel sorry for the kids..
and JM: isn't that statutory rape?

LoD
03-07-2006, 20:20:48
You actually think the kid will sue?

devilmunchkin
03-07-2006, 20:35:02
the mother could

Koshko
03-07-2006, 20:50:45
Geez he could at least be remotely unhideous looking or something.

JM^3
03-07-2006, 21:38:08
Originally posted by devilmunchkin
i feel sorry for the kids..
and JM: isn't that statutory rape?

Probably. Generally she doesn't date people older than 18.

JM

LoD
03-07-2006, 21:57:25
"Mhhhm, fresh meat!"

Gary
03-07-2006, 22:16:40
His baby trail is thought to cost taxpayers more than 60,000 a year. As well as picking up jobseekers' allowance, each mother is entitled to income support, child tax credit and child benefit. I'm finding it difficult to think of a solution to this, at least one that doesn't involve a stanley knife that is.

LoD
03-07-2006, 22:20:49
How about one that involves a quarry?

Koshko
03-07-2006, 22:33:38
Castratration ...
Let's she-castrate the dumb bitches too. We really odn't need any of these people breeding again.

Gibsie
03-07-2006, 22:40:39
I read of this in another paper earlier, and there he was quoted as saying he uses condoms but they always split. I think the papers might just be making some of this stuff up as they go along...

Cruddy
04-07-2006, 02:04:55
The Daily Mail, making stuff up? About people with zero chance of suing for libel?


...hmmm.... now I think about it....

Still, no doubt it helped flog a few more copies to the witless punters.

EDIT: 250 JSA? Bollocks. You don't get that much even when you're over 25 (which this fuckwit clearly is not).

In the old days, it was easy to solve. The father of the mother walked 'em both up the aisle at shotgun point. If the twat caused any further shit he was promptly shot (after having been insured against being murdered by assailants "unknown".)

If I ever come within arms length... well, I might just mess up the pretty boy looks.

Men like him make me ashamed to be part of the same species. As Rev Jesse Jackson said;-

"You are not a man because you can father a child. You are a man because you can raise a child."

Beta1
04-07-2006, 08:05:40
Originally posted by Gary
I'm finding it difficult to think of a solution to this, at least one that doesn't involve a stanley knife that is.

I think two standard size house bricks should do the job.

Oerdin
04-07-2006, 14:31:41
Originally posted by devilmunchkin
the mother could

In some US states the mother can't get welfare benifets unless she assists the state in tracking down the dead beat dad. Also if he doesn't pay child support for long enough he can be sent to jail by the judge.

Sure, that costs the taxpayers more but it is a deterent plus it at least would prevent the bastard from breeding some more.

Scabrous Birdseed
04-07-2006, 14:47:37
He seems a very fertile man, and sexually selected. See what kind of traits Darwinian Evolution is promoting?

King_Ghidra
04-07-2006, 15:37:44
ah but if it wasn't for the welfare state his children might not have survived, so his true evolutionary success is difficult to measure

compare with the guy who has less children but stays with the mother. in a harsher environment he might have more children who grow up to become adults and thus continue the species, and would thus be a true evo winner

Gary
04-07-2006, 16:06:53
But the environment is what it is, so his behaviour fits it best. I like the idea of incarcerating those unwilling to take on their responsibilities though. If you can't change the individual, change the environment.

Gibsie
04-07-2006, 22:41:01
Originally posted by Cruddy
If I ever come within arms length... well, I might just mess up the pretty boy looks.

"Pretty boy looks"? He's hideous! But then they always are, for some reason.

Cruddy
05-07-2006, 02:11:45
His other half is a double bagger. He's got pretty boy looks in comparison.

Cool Mint Luke
05-07-2006, 11:51:45
Isn't this a problem that his representation in the gene pool is increasing. This scares me.

Venom
05-07-2006, 12:16:39
It's the Kevin Federline of England.

Scabrous Birdseed
05-07-2006, 15:56:28
Originally posted by King_Ghidra
ah but if it wasn't for the welfare state his children might not have survived, so his true evolutionary success is difficult to measure

compare with the guy who has less children but stays with the mother. in a harsher environment he might have more children who grow up to become adults and thus continue the species, and would thus be a true evo winner

With an analogy from nature, he's basically a fish (many offspring, negligible parenting) rather than, say, an elephant (few, well protected offspring). :)

Which procreation strategy works best surely depends (at least partially) on the environment.

King_Ghidra
05-07-2006, 16:04:55
yeah of course, as i said.

humans are by nature the elephants of your analogy, as are most animals that have longer lifespans and gestation periods.

the welfare state means that ths guy needn't worry about caring for his kiddies though, so his environment has allowed him to bust out of the conventional breeding/care pattern

so i suppose he is actually very effective in a darwinian sense

LoD
05-07-2006, 16:09:20
Originally posted by Scabrous Birdseed
With an analogy from nature, he's basically a fish (many offspring, negligible parenting) rather than, say, an elephant (few, well protected offspring). :)

He's not a fish (or a rabbit) in that most of his offspring probably won't get killed off. That's the problem, evolutionary speaking.

devilmunchkin
05-07-2006, 16:15:08
Originally posted by Gibsie
I read of this in another paper earlier, and there he was quoted as saying he uses condoms but they always split. I think the papers might just be making some of this stuff up as they go along...

I wonder what kind of crappy condoms he's using. And why arn't any of these girls on birth control????

and he's not pretty..he's not even handsome.

King_Ghidra
05-07-2006, 16:16:41
Originally posted by devilmunchkin
I wonder what kind of crappy condoms he's using. And why arn't any of these girls on birth control????

they probably want kids, getting a kid is the pinnacle of aspiration for the bored impoverished teens of britain's council estates

shagnasty
05-07-2006, 16:34:22
"No but yeah but yeah but yeah no but yeah no but yeah... ...but no because I'm not even going on the pill... ...because Nadine reckons they stop you from getting pregnant."

paiktis22
05-07-2006, 16:51:25
actually for a period of six months use, they reduce the chance of breast cancer (you can tell that as a romantic monologue :D - it's scientifically sound though)

Gary
05-07-2006, 19:49:12
What ? Condoms ? She'd never get them over one !

devilmunchkin
06-07-2006, 22:08:18
maybe a jumbo balloon then

The Norks
07-07-2006, 15:47:42
doesnt say much for anyone involved. I feel sorry for the kids. i don't understand how he can not want to know his own children. I think the USA have the right idea about jailing parents who won't support their kids.

Christoph
07-07-2006, 15:52:31
I hate kids

Nills Lagerbaak
07-07-2006, 15:53:35
Originally posted by The Norks
doesnt say much for anyone involved. I feel sorry for the kids. i don't understand how he can not want to know his own children. I think the USA have the right idea about jailing parents who won't support their kids.

Doesn'e he say he would like to know them but the mums won't let him anywhere near them?

The Norks
07-07-2006, 15:59:12
are you surprised? If jason dumped me by text and refused to pay maintenance I'd do the same. Children don't need men like that in their lives. I guess I meant that I'm shocked he doesn't want to contribute to their lives at all- that means paying as well as seeing. Plus I'm not sure I believe him, from what the women say, he dumps them and goes off as soon as they are pregnant.

Nills Lagerbaak
07-07-2006, 16:01:14
Yeah, I don't really believe him, but I wouldn't pay if I was to never see them again, totally pointless in my opinion.

The Norks
07-07-2006, 16:15:21
why should just the women have to pay? It took two to tango. Its far too easy for men to walk away. what happens if the woman walks away too? There is an assumption that the woman should child raise and pay for it simply because they gestate in our bodies. I think all those women should get together and leave the babies on his doorstep.

The Norks
07-07-2006, 16:17:18
plus it has nothing really to do with the wants or needs of the parents- child maintenance is to ensure the child gets a decent upbringing, instead of which he has created 7 extra mouths for the state (ie the taxpayer) to pay for.