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Friday, October 21, 2005

Only in America

Really, the only similar thing I ever heard was about a Brit who was sodomized by his dog in a public park. This is the second U.S. 'farming accident' recorded by MSM in the past few months: Man charged with trespassing on farm in horse-sex death.

A truck driver identified in court papers as taking part in an incident in which a friend died after having sex with a horse on an Enumclaw farm was charged Tuesday with having trespassed on the farm.

Tait can't be charged with bestiality. Washington is one of 17 states that permit bestiality. (my italics)

Police say Tait, 54, was videotaping his friend having sex with a horse in July when his friend "received the injuries that ultimately led to his death."

Tait told police that he, the Seattle man who died and another man repeatedly had sneaked onto his neighbor's farm in the middle of the night, without permission, to engage in animal sex.

On a related note, here is Salon.com's story "Just like a woman" [Wikipedia] about thousands of men in the U.S. who are paying $6,500 to get a life-size doll. "Davecat and his doll, Sidore, do everything together, including playing video games." To some, it is about company and love. To others, it is about sex. Some of them have two, even three, because they like to see them in action together.

A young man's parents bought him a doll so he would stay at home focusing on his studies instead of chasing girls. He brought his 'doll-friend' to the manufacturer for repairs after one year - they wouldn't believe how he could have made so much damage to it in such short time. In chat rooms, doll-owners exchange pictures and advice; which head is beast and how do you wash her? Male dolls are available too, but the manufacturer refused to make a dog-doll and is often rejecting callers who want child dolls.

That said, to paraphrase a company employee quoted in the article, these men shouldn't have families and children anyway, perhaps the dolls are keeping them off the streets. I hate to say it, but that's actually quite civilized.

Now I would like to ask you, how do we blame Bush for this?

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