I don't remember eating that...
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The content that I saw on the mirrored site had some celebrity photos and six NSFW explicit pictures. I don’t follow show-biz in general, nor black or other minority entertainment in particular, so I had no particular reaction to the celebrity shots of Jones and other people, with the exception of I noticed that even the men in the pictures with her are more attractive than she is, and this is coming from a straight man.
The two nude full frontals were uninspiring. Especially if you are a comedienne and a silver screen actress, when you are obese, you should not be sending nudes to anyone, even privately. Although she had the sense to blur her face in one of them, what is [it]with people taking nude selfies with a commode in the picture? [It's actually a very good question. I recently received a bikini shot from a girl who took the picture in the bathroom- with the shower in the background. She wasn't bad-looking at all, but the setting didn't do her any favours.] I get that you may want to use the bathroom mirror for the, um, spread, but try not to have the shitter in the shot with you, and the other picture is no better in what seems to be a janitor’s closet, or maybe the bathroom in the Ghostbusters’ fire station of the version in the 80s cartoon.
It gets worse. There’s a thoroughly unappetizing topless shot with a facial expression of presumably horniness, and then, my friends, we move on to the X rated, where I saw a picture of Leslie showing intense sexual hunger.
Since we try for a somewhat professional atmosphere here, I will summarize with the statements that one shot belongs in a gynecological textbook, and the other two belong in a porn movie involving anal sex. [That's the point where I nearly lost my lunch. And I haven't even had to look at those pictures. Luke must have a cast-iron stomach- especially if he's eating Taco Bell chalupas on his cheat day while doing this "research".]
My reaction went from null on the celeb shots, to turned off on the full frontals, scared by the topless sex pose, and just about lost my dinner on the last three. Roosh came very close to owing me a gourmet meal of Taco Bell (it was a cheat day, what can I say?)
“There’s zero chance that this wasn’t a fan of Milo’s (Yiannopoulos),” he said. “The other zero percent here is it’s zero percent Milo’s fault.”
Also a fat goose egg are the chances that Breitbart editor Yiannopoulos — who was recently suspended from Twitter for “targeted abuse” of Jones via the social media platform — will face any legal trouble over this ordeal, Randazza said.
“If this was somebody who was a fan of Milo Yiannopoulos, unless he directed it, he has no liability at all,” Randazza continued. “If he just created a culture of it — as he has been accused in the past — that’s legally nothing.”
“Had Twitter not banned Milo Yiannopoulos, I bet it wouldn’t have happened,” he opined.
That is not adult behaviour. That is not worthy of support or sympathy. It is worthy only of scorn.
To be very clear, I do not condone the hacking of people's private data. I sure as hell don't condone the distribution of such personal images for purposes of taking revenge. Whoever hacked Leslie Jones's personal data committed a clear offence.
That doesn't mean that Ms. Jones is absolved of all responsibility. Far from it. She is responsible for her own actions. And her actions show her to be a petulant, vindictive, nasty, profane, small-minded, and deeply unpleasant person.
Is it in any way surprising, therefore, that quite a few of us- self included- think that, even though hacking her account was plainly wrong, she got what she deserved?