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  • Originally posted by Hypatia_Alexandria View Post

    The question is, did Giuliani know she was twenty-four years old? The character she was playing is supposed to be a lot younger.

    Furthermore why does a man of 76 years of age want to go to the hotel room and recline on the bed of a woman girl [even a woman of 24] who is young enough to be his grand-daughter?
    With regard to the last question...are you kidding?
    America - too good to let the conservatives drag it back to 1950.

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    • Originally posted by Hypatia_Alexandria View Post

      At twenty four years old she is still young enough to be his grand-daughter. A lecherous old man perhaps?
      Virtually all men, given the opportunity, would qualify as 'lecherous' if 'lecherous' means being sexually attracted to someone many years younger than they.
      America - too good to let the conservatives drag it back to 1950.

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      • Originally posted by Juvenal View Post
        Okay I've seen it now.

        From beginning to end it's a full scale satirical take-down of Republicans in general and Trump-supporters in particular, with a release clearly timed for the election.

        The Rudy sketch is relatively minor, and honestly, he comes off as quite gracious. To the prurient-minded, I should also mention there's no doubt he was tucking in his shirt with a quick hand movement pushing in and pulling out right where his shirt tail would be. With Rudy suddenly in the news due to the NY Post story, it made economic sense to highlight his involvement.
        Having now seen the film myself, I would agree. However, the back patting and asking for her phone number and address was interesting.

        Re your comment on the monkey, what about the Father and Daughter ball?

        That really pushed the boundaries.


        "Religion is regarded by the common people as true, by the wise as false, and by the rulers as useful" Attrib. Seneca 4 BCE - 65 CE

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