FL man wanted for having sex with horse

Jan 3, 2013 Full story: WTSP-TV Saint Petersburg 293

"She had been severely brutalized," Conder said of one of her horses. "She had been raped both by a man and by several objects.

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#255 Jan 10, 2013
Nancy Botwin wrote:
W T F.!?!?!

Wow.

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#256 Jan 10, 2013
Forgotten faith wrote:
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W T F.!?!?!
Wow.
You can imagine my surprise when I turned the tube on in the middle of the night and this was on. I watched the whole thing. That's what I said....WOW!

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#257 Jan 10, 2013
Old Sam wrote:
.....and yet another thread ends up in a pissing contest......
And it was funny too... is this really all there is to topix? Who can piss farthest?

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#258 Jan 10, 2013
Renegade_22 wrote:
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And it was funny too... is this really all there is to topix? Who can piss farthest?
...or the most/loudest/continuously/ince ssantly.....

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#259 Jan 10, 2013
... you sunk my battleship...

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#260 Jan 11, 2013
The good news is, researchers in Brazil have determined that sex with animals causes penis cancer. True fact.
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#261 Jan 11, 2013
Naughtyrobot wrote:
The good news is, researchers in Brazil have determined that sex with animals causes penis cancer. True fact.
Not True!!!!!

Not one of the men I serviced ever got cancer (that I'm aware of).
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#262 Jan 11, 2013
Naughtyrobot wrote:
The good news is, researchers in Brazil have determined that sex with animals causes penis cancer. True fact.
heads or tails ?

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#263 Jan 11, 2013
Nancy Botwin wrote:
I read thru' the above link, and thanks for that
though very shocking, it was interesting
to the point that it seems now just
about ANYTHING goes -
I simply couldn't believe what I was reading..
ie..
this extract >>

"Awards and recognition

Zoo was one of 16 documentaries selected, out of 856 submitted, for screening at the Sundance Film Festival,[2] and played at numerous U.S. regional festivals thereafter.[3]

It was selected as one of the top five American films to be presented at the prestigious Directors Fortnight sidebar at the 2007 Cannes Film Festival.[4][5]
Reception

They called us and were excited about the imagery, the poetry, the experimentation with the documentary form [...] then, strangely, suddenly, in 2005, it becomes the talk of society.[...] How do we go from something being utterly hidden from view, and then suddenly we're consumed with it and so upset by it we need to pass a law?[2]
Charles Mudede

Sundance judges called it a "humanizing look at the life and bizarre death of a seemingly normal Seattle family man who met his untimely end after an unusual encounter with a horse".[6]

The Seattle Times called it "A tough sell that gets respect at Sundance",[7] also noting the local economic effect of landmark films which put a location "on the map". OC Weekly film says, "Zoo achieves the seemingly impossible: It tells the luridly reported tale of a Pacific Northwest engineer for Boeing's[8] fatal sexual encounter with a horse in a way thatís haunting rather than shocking and tender beyond reason."[9] Similar views were expressed by the Los Angeles Times ("remarkably, an elegant, eerily lyrical film has resulted")[10] and the Toronto Star, "gorgeously artful ... one of the most beautifully restrained, formally distinctive and mysterious films of the entire festival".[11]

Other reviewers criticized the film for breaching "the last taboo", or for sinking to new depths: "More compelling than the depths of man's degeneracy is our cultural rationalization of 'art,' whereby pushing the envelope is confused with genius and scuttling the last taboo is seen as an expression of sophistication."[12]

I think this is just NUTS.. plain & simple.

At this rate
What can we expect next???
An artfully done piece of paedophilia ?!!!!!

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#264 Jan 11, 2013
Grace Nerissa wrote:
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I read thru' the above link, and thanks for that
though very shocking, it was interesting
to the point that it seems now just
about ANYTHING goes -
I simply couldn't believe what I was reading..
ie..
this extract >>
"Awards and recognition
Zoo was one of 16 documentaries selected, out of 856 submitted, for screening at the Sundance Film Festival,[2] and played at numerous U.S. regional festivals thereafter.[3]
It was selected as one of the top five American films to be presented at the prestigious Directors Fortnight sidebar at the 2007 Cannes Film Festival.[4][5]
Reception
They called us and were excited about the imagery, the poetry, the experimentation with the documentary form [...] then, strangely, suddenly, in 2005, it becomes the talk of society.[...] How do we go from something being utterly hidden from view, and then suddenly we're consumed with it and so upset by it we need to pass a law?[2]
Charles Mudede
Sundance judges called it a "humanizing look at the life and bizarre death of a seemingly normal Seattle family man who met his untimely end after an unusual encounter with a horse".[6]
The Seattle Times called it "A tough sell that gets respect at Sundance",[7] also noting the local economic effect of landmark films which put a location "on the map". OC Weekly film says, "Zoo achieves the seemingly impossible: It tells the luridly reported tale of a Pacific Northwest engineer for Boeing's[8] fatal sexual encounter with a horse in a way thatís haunting rather than shocking and tender beyond reason."[9] Similar views were expressed by the Los Angeles Times ("remarkably, an elegant, eerily lyrical film has resulted")[10] and the Toronto Star, "gorgeously artful ... one of the most beautifully restrained, formally distinctive and mysterious films of the entire festival".[11]
Other reviewers criticized the film for breaching "the last taboo", or for sinking to new depths: "More compelling than the depths of man's degeneracy is our cultural rationalization of 'art,' whereby pushing the envelope is confused with genius and scuttling the last taboo is seen as an expression of sophistication."[12]
I think this is just NUTS.. plain & simple.
At this rate
What can we expect next???
An artfully done piece of paedophilia ?!!!!!
If it stars a certain bear, im in!

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#265 Jan 11, 2013
reebie wrote:
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heads or tails ?
Ill bet you anything thats what the perp said :P

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#266 Jan 11, 2013
Old Sam wrote:
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...or the most/loudest/continuously/ince ssantly.....
The loudest piss.... now theres something to aspire to!!!

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#267 Jan 11, 2013
Grace Nerissa wrote:
<quoted text>
I read thru' the above link, and thanks for that
though very shocking, it was interesting
to the point that it seems now just
about ANYTHING goes -
I simply couldn't believe what I was reading..
ie..
this extract >>
"Awards and recognition
Zoo was one of 16 documentaries selected, out of 856 submitted, for screening at the Sundance Film Festival,[2] and played at numerous U.S. regional festivals thereafter.[3]
It was selected as one of the top five American films to be presented at the prestigious Directors Fortnight sidebar at the 2007 Cannes Film Festival.[4][5]
Reception
They called us and were excited about the imagery, the poetry, the experimentation with the documentary form [...] then, strangely, suddenly, in 2005, it becomes the talk of society.[...] How do we go from something being utterly hidden from view, and then suddenly we're consumed with it and so upset by it we need to pass a law?[2]
Charles Mudede
Sundance judges called it a "humanizing look at the life and bizarre death of a seemingly normal Seattle family man who met his untimely end after an unusual encounter with a horse".[6]
The Seattle Times called it "A tough sell that gets respect at Sundance",[7] also noting the local economic effect of landmark films which put a location "on the map". OC Weekly film says, "Zoo achieves the seemingly impossible: It tells the luridly reported tale of a Pacific Northwest engineer for Boeing's[8] fatal sexual encounter with a horse in a way thatís haunting rather than shocking and tender beyond reason."[9] Similar views were expressed by the Los Angeles Times ("remarkably, an elegant, eerily lyrical film has resulted")[10] and the Toronto Star, "gorgeously artful ... one of the most beautifully restrained, formally distinctive and mysterious films of the entire festival".[11]
Other reviewers criticized the film for breaching "the last taboo", or for sinking to new depths: "More compelling than the depths of man's degeneracy is our cultural rationalization of 'art,' whereby pushing the envelope is confused with genius and scuttling the last taboo is seen as an expression of sophistication."[12]
I think this is just NUTS.. plain & simple.
At this rate
What can we expect next???
An artfully done piece of paedophilia ?!!!!!
Grace we have seen so many changes and most not for the best. Now any perversion goes :)At one time the age of consent for a girl was 10

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#268 Jan 11, 2013
Denny Crain wrote:
<quoted text>Grace we have seen so many changes and most not for the best. Now any perversion goes :)At one time the age of consent for a girl was 10
To be fair, people were only living to 40!

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#269 Jan 11, 2013
Renegade_22 wrote:
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To be fair, people were only living to 40!
Unfortunatley there's still too many 40 year old perverts and scum bags.
So wrong

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#270 Jan 11, 2013
JM_Brazil wrote:
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Rant much?
Rant?
More like a desperate cry for help

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#271 Jan 12, 2013
Korny Kat wrote:
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Unfortunatley there's still too many 40 year old perverts and scum bags.
True that... on another note I hear the horse is reported to be in a stable condition...

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#272 Jan 12, 2013
Renegade_22 wrote:
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True that... on another note I hear the horse is reported to be in a stable condition...
Good to hear about the horse,
it's also been stated that the man in question
has been banned from riding for life(:

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#273 Jan 12, 2013
Sorry.... it was a last ditch pun.... didnt mean to catch anyone.

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#274 Jan 12, 2013
Now I know why that, "I'd walk a mile for a camel." commercial pissed off so many Arabs.

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