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NEMO
2018-10-05 03:22:04 UTC
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Some homosexuals insert foreign bodies into their rectum for pleasure.
Occasionally, while moving an object back and forth, a homosexual or
his partner may loose his grip on the object and the foreign body gets
sucked into the colorectum. In emergency departments, some such
objects recovered from the colorectum of homosexuals include soft-
drink and other bottles, jars, light bulbs, candles, fruits like
bananas and apples; vegetables like cucumbers, onions, potatoes,
carrots and turnips; dildos, vibrators, tumblers, a polythene waste
trap from the U-bend of a sink, salami, sponge rubber balls, a steer’s
horn, baseballs, tennis balls, hard-boiled eggs, sand-filled bicycle
inner tubing, an aluminum tube (used by a prisoner to store money and
other valuables), broomsticks, broom handles, various types of
brushes, ax handles, whip handles, soldering irons, a wood-handled
carborundum sharpening stone, glass tubes, frozen pig’s tail, and
kitchen items such as spatula, ice pick, and mortar pestle. The
typical patient that presents in the emergency department with
colorectal foreign objects is a male homosexual;(4) the other patients
are women or patients who have been rectally assaulted with a foreign
body.

Morgenstern mentioned the recovery of a plastic fist and forearm from
the colon of a homosexual. Miller mentioned a homosexual patient with
a 150-watt light bulb in his colorectum. Homosexuals presenting with
light bulbs in their colon challenge even experienced emergency
personnel in San Francisco because breakage of the glass could easily
perforate the colon or rectum. In one case, physicians had to fix a
light bulb socket onto the end of a stick, insert the stick into the
rectum, screw the socket onto the bulb, and finally pull out the bulb.
Needless to add, removing stuck rectal objects often requires
ingenuity. For instance, in one case, physicians managed to remove a
stuck water tumbler by putting rope and molten plaster into the
tumbler and using the rope to pull out the tumbler after the plaster
had hardened.

Schaupp described the case of a homosexual physician who presented
with a stuck rectal object. He pleaded with the surgical resident to
not admit him in the hospital but extract the object in the emergency
department instead. Normally, such cases are observed for at least 24
hours to make sure that the rectal object did not perforate the
rectum. The doctor went home with an unrecognized perforation and
developed peritonitis (inflammation of the peritoneum). He called the
chief of surgery and blamed it all on the resident. Most likely, the
physician had perforated his bowel while he was anally masturbating.

Buzzard and Waxman reported the removal of a plastic vibrator from the
rectum of a 65-year-old man who had had it in his rectum for 6 months
and even traveled around the world with it.

In emergency departments, homosexuals commonly offer bizarre
explanations for stuck rectal objects. They explain such objects in
terms of accidental ingestion, deliberate insertion to disimpact
feces, or accidents where they slipped and fell on the object lodged
in their rectum. Some patients don’t admit to prior homosexual
activity and for obvious reasons. Graves et al. described a patient
with a large peanut butter glass jar lodged in his rectum. The patient
claimed that he was washing his dog in the shower when he slipped and
fell on a glass jar, which then entered his rectum. They also
described another patient who came to the emergency department
complaining of rectal and lower abdominal pain and claiming that he
had been abducted and sexually assaulted by several men. This patient
had a large vibrator lodged in his rectum. A police investigation
determined that no assault had taken place, and that the vibrator had
most likely been self-administered. Lo et al. described a 50-year-old
man who was seen at an emergency department for abdominal pain. A
physical examination revealed peritonitis and an X-ray revealed a
shadow of an eel in the abdomen. After further questioning, the
patient reported that he had inserted a live eel into his rectum to
relieve constipation. The 50 cm-long eel had perforated his rectum and
was quickly removed.

The objects homosexuals insert into their rectum are only limited by
the capacity of their rectum, not their imagination. For instance,
Cooper described a 33-year-old homosexual patient with a 14 inch-long
sand-filled bicycle tube in his rectum. He and his partners regularly
inserted the sand-filled tubes into each other’s rectum, till one day
they lost a tube beyond recovery into the patient’s rectum. Stephens
and Taff described a homosexual who had his partner give him an enema
with a concrete mix, followed by the insertion of a ping-pong ball to
retain the mix. The concrete hardened and the homosexual ended up in
an emergency department. The patient refused a psychiatric
consultation recommended by the physician. Eckert and Katchis
mentioned the practice of inserting gerbils into the rectum for
pleasurable scratching sensations.

Death resulting from rectal insertion of foreign objects is rare, but
occasionally, one comes across such a case. Byard et al. described a
56-year-old man that attempted sexual stimulation via the insertion of
a shoehorn in his rectum. He tore his rectum, did not seek medical
help, and bled to death.

It is difficult to estimate the incidence of foreign body insertion
among homosexuals because they appear in emergency departments only
when they require professional help in retrieving stuck rectal
objects. Reuben noted that the only people who insert their hands/
fingers into the rectum more than homosexuals are doctors, often
attempting to retrieve foreign bodies that homosexuals accidentally
lost into their rectum while anally masturbating.
Greg Carr
2018-10-05 03:37:12 UTC
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Post by NEMO
Some homosexuals insert foreign bodies into their rectum for pleasure.
Occasionally, while moving an object back and forth, a homosexual or
his partner may loose his grip on the object and the foreign body gets
sucked into the colorectum. In emergency departments, some such
objects recovered from the colorectum of homosexuals include soft-
drink and other bottles, jars, light bulbs, candles, fruits like
bananas and apples; vegetables like cucumbers, onions, potatoes,
carrots and turnips; dildos, vibrators, tumblers, a polythene waste
trap from the U-bend of a sink, salami, sponge rubber balls, a steer’s
horn, baseballs, tennis balls, hard-boiled eggs, sand-filled bicycle
inner tubing, an aluminum tube (used by a prisoner to store money and
other valuables), broomsticks, broom handles, various types of
brushes, ax handles, whip handles, soldering irons, a wood-handled
carborundum sharpening stone, glass tubes, frozen pig’s tail, and
kitchen items such as spatula, ice pick, and mortar pestle. The
typical patient that presents in the emergency department with
colorectal foreign objects is a male homosexual;(4) the other patients
are women or patients who have been rectally assaulted with a foreign
body.
Morgenstern mentioned the recovery of a plastic fist and forearm from
the colon of a homosexual. Miller mentioned a homosexual patient with
a 150-watt light bulb in his colorectum. Homosexuals presenting with
light bulbs in their colon challenge even experienced emergency
personnel in San Francisco because breakage of the glass could easily
perforate the colon or rectum. In one case, physicians had to fix a
light bulb socket onto the end of a stick, insert the stick into the
rectum, screw the socket onto the bulb, and finally pull out the bulb.
Needless to add, removing stuck rectal objects often requires
ingenuity. For instance, in one case, physicians managed to remove a
stuck water tumbler by putting rope and molten plaster into the
tumbler and using the rope to pull out the tumbler after the plaster
had hardened.
Schaupp described the case of a homosexual physician who presented
with a stuck rectal object. He pleaded with the surgical resident to
not admit him in the hospital but extract the object in the emergency
department instead. Normally, such cases are observed for at least 24
hours to make sure that the rectal object did not perforate the
rectum. The doctor went home with an unrecognized perforation and
developed peritonitis (inflammation of the peritoneum). He called the
chief of surgery and blamed it all on the resident. Most likely, the
physician had perforated his bowel while he was anally masturbating.
Buzzard and Waxman reported the removal of a plastic vibrator from the
rectum of a 65-year-old man who had had it in his rectum for 6 months
and even traveled around the world with it.
In emergency departments, homosexuals commonly offer bizarre
explanations for stuck rectal objects. They explain such objects in
terms of accidental ingestion, deliberate insertion to disimpact
feces, or accidents where they slipped and fell on the object lodged
in their rectum. Some patients don’t admit to prior homosexual
activity and for obvious reasons. Graves et al. described a patient
with a large peanut butter glass jar lodged in his rectum. The patient
claimed that he was washing his dog in the shower when he slipped and
fell on a glass jar, which then entered his rectum. They also
described another patient who came to the emergency department
complaining of rectal and lower abdominal pain and claiming that he
had been abducted and sexually assaulted by several men. This patient
had a large vibrator lodged in his rectum. A police investigation
determined that no assault had taken place, and that the vibrator had
most likely been self-administered. Lo et al. described a 50-year-old
man who was seen at an emergency department for abdominal pain. A
physical examination revealed peritonitis and an X-ray revealed a
shadow of an eel in the abdomen. After further questioning, the
patient reported that he had inserted a live eel into his rectum to
relieve constipation. The 50 cm-long eel had perforated his rectum and
was quickly removed.
The objects homosexuals insert into their rectum are only limited by
the capacity of their rectum, not their imagination. For instance,
Cooper described a 33-year-old homosexual patient with a 14 inch-long
sand-filled bicycle tube in his rectum. He and his partners regularly
inserted the sand-filled tubes into each other’s rectum, till one day
they lost a tube beyond recovery into the patient’s rectum. Stephens
and Taff described a homosexual who had his partner give him an enema
with a concrete mix, followed by the insertion of a ping-pong ball to
retain the mix. The concrete hardened and the homosexual ended up in
an emergency department. The patient refused a psychiatric
consultation recommended by the physician. Eckert and Katchis
mentioned the practice of inserting gerbils into the rectum for
pleasurable scratching sensations.
Death resulting from rectal insertion of foreign objects is rare, but
occasionally, one comes across such a case. Byard et al. described a
56-year-old man that attempted sexual stimulation via the insertion of
a shoehorn in his rectum. He tore his rectum, did not seek medical
help, and bled to death.
It is difficult to estimate the incidence of foreign body insertion
among homosexuals because they appear in emergency departments only
when they require professional help in retrieving stuck rectal
objects. Reuben noted that the only people who insert their hands/
fingers into the rectum more than homosexuals are doctors, often
attempting to retrieve foreign bodies that homosexuals accidentally
lost into their rectum while anally masturbating.
First we kill all the Nazis then we go after the homosexuals.
Dhu on Gate
2018-10-05 05:09:33 UTC
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Post by Greg Carr
retrieve foreign bodies that homosexuals accidentally lost into their
rectum while anally masturbating.
First we kill all the Nazis then we go after the homosexuals.
Such an orderly mind.

Dhu
--
Je suis Canadien. Ce n'est pas Francais ou Anglaise.
C'est une esp`ece de sauvage: ne obliviscaris, vix ea nostra voco;-)

http://babayaga.neotext.ca/PublicKeys/Duncan_Patton_a_Campbell_pubkey.txt
Nobody
2018-10-05 17:57:27 UTC
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Post by Dhu on Gate
Post by Greg Carr
retrieve foreign bodies that homosexuals accidentally lost into
their rectum while anally masturbating.
First we kill all the Nazis then we go after the homosexuals.
Such an orderly mind.
Like a good nazi. Hmmmmm
A Moose in Love
2018-10-06 00:40:01 UTC
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Post by NEMO
Some homosexuals insert foreign bodies into their rectum for pleasure.
Occasionally, while moving an object back and forth, a homosexual or
his partner may loose his grip on the object and the foreign body gets
sucked into the colorectum. In emergency departments, some such
objects recovered from the colorectum of homosexuals include soft-
drink and other bottles, jars, light bulbs, candles, fruits like
bananas and apples; vegetables like cucumbers, onions, potatoes,
carrots and turnips; dildos, vibrators, tumblers, a polythene waste
trap from the U-bend of a sink, salami, sponge rubber balls, a steer’s
horn, baseballs, tennis balls, hard-boiled eggs, sand-filled bicycle
inner tubing, an aluminum tube (used by a prisoner to store money and
other valuables), broomsticks, broom handles, various types of
brushes, ax handles, whip handles, soldering irons, a wood-handled
carborundum sharpening stone, glass tubes, frozen pig’s tail, and
kitchen items such as spatula, ice pick, and mortar pestle. The
typical patient that presents in the emergency department with
colorectal foreign objects is a male homosexual;(4) the other patients
are women or patients who have been rectally assaulted with a foreign
body.
Morgenstern mentioned the recovery of a plastic fist and forearm from
the colon of a homosexual. Miller mentioned a homosexual patient with
a 150-watt light bulb in his colorectum. Homosexuals presenting with
light bulbs in their colon challenge even experienced emergency
personnel in San Francisco because breakage of the glass could easily
perforate the colon or rectum. In one case, physicians had to fix a
light bulb socket onto the end of a stick, insert the stick into the
rectum, screw the socket onto the bulb, and finally pull out the bulb.
Needless to add, removing stuck rectal objects often requires
ingenuity. For instance, in one case, physicians managed to remove a
stuck water tumbler by putting rope and molten plaster into the
tumbler and using the rope to pull out the tumbler after the plaster
had hardened.
Schaupp described the case of a homosexual physician who presented
with a stuck rectal object. He pleaded with the surgical resident to
not admit him in the hospital but extract the object in the emergency
department instead. Normally, such cases are observed for at least 24
hours to make sure that the rectal object did not perforate the
rectum. The doctor went home with an unrecognized perforation and
developed peritonitis (inflammation of the peritoneum). He called the
chief of surgery and blamed it all on the resident. Most likely, the
physician had perforated his bowel while he was anally masturbating.
Buzzard and Waxman reported the removal of a plastic vibrator from the
rectum of a 65-year-old man who had had it in his rectum for 6 months
and even traveled around the world with it.
In emergency departments, homosexuals commonly offer bizarre
explanations for stuck rectal objects. They explain such objects in
terms of accidental ingestion, deliberate insertion to disimpact
feces, or accidents where they slipped and fell on the object lodged
in their rectum. Some patients don’t admit to prior homosexual
activity and for obvious reasons. Graves et al. described a patient
with a large peanut butter glass jar lodged in his rectum. The patient
claimed that he was washing his dog in the shower when he slipped and
fell on a glass jar, which then entered his rectum. They also
described another patient who came to the emergency department
complaining of rectal and lower abdominal pain and claiming that he
had been abducted and sexually assaulted by several men. This patient
had a large vibrator lodged in his rectum. A police investigation
determined that no assault had taken place, and that the vibrator had
most likely been self-administered. Lo et al. described a 50-year-old
man who was seen at an emergency department for abdominal pain. A
physical examination revealed peritonitis and an X-ray revealed a
shadow of an eel in the abdomen. After further questioning, the
patient reported that he had inserted a live eel into his rectum to
relieve constipation. The 50 cm-long eel had perforated his rectum and
was quickly removed.
The objects homosexuals insert into their rectum are only limited by
the capacity of their rectum, not their imagination. For instance,
Cooper described a 33-year-old homosexual patient with a 14 inch-long
sand-filled bicycle tube in his rectum. He and his partners regularly
inserted the sand-filled tubes into each other’s rectum, till one day
they lost a tube beyond recovery into the patient’s rectum. Stephens
and Taff described a homosexual who had his partner give him an enema
with a concrete mix, followed by the insertion of a ping-pong ball to
retain the mix. The concrete hardened and the homosexual ended up in
an emergency department. The patient refused a psychiatric
consultation recommended by the physician. Eckert and Katchis
mentioned the practice of inserting gerbils into the rectum for
pleasurable scratching sensations.
Death resulting from rectal insertion of foreign objects is rare, but
occasionally, one comes across such a case. Byard et al. described a
56-year-old man that attempted sexual stimulation via the insertion of
a shoehorn in his rectum. He tore his rectum, did not seek medical
help, and bled to death.
It is difficult to estimate the incidence of foreign body insertion
among homosexuals because they appear in emergency departments only
when they require professional help in retrieving stuck rectal
objects. Reuben noted that the only people who insert their hands/
fingers into the rectum more than homosexuals are doctors, often
attempting to retrieve foreign bodies that homosexuals accidentally
lost into their rectum while anally masturbating.
I didn't need to know all this.
Dhu on Gate
2018-10-06 11:25:27 UTC
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Post by A Moose in Love
retrieve foreign bodies that homosexuals accidentally lost into their
rectum while anally masturbating.
I didn't need to know all this.
Neither do I. You actually _read_ thru this pile?

Dhu
--
Je suis Canadien. Ce n'est pas Francais ou Anglaise.
C'est une esp`ece de sauvage: ne obliviscaris, vix ea nostra voco;-)

http://babayaga.neotext.ca/PublicKeys/Duncan_Patton_a_Campbell_pubkey.txt
A Moose in Love
2018-10-06 17:08:22 UTC
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Post by Dhu on Gate
Post by A Moose in Love
retrieve foreign bodies that homosexuals accidentally lost into their
rectum while anally masturbating.
I didn't need to know all this.
Neither do I. You actually _read_ thru this pile?
Dhu
I skimmed through it.
Post by Dhu on Gate
--
Je suis Canadien. Ce n'est pas Francais ou Anglaise.
C'est une esp`ece de sauvage: ne obliviscaris, vix ea nostra voco;-)
http://babayaga.neotext.ca/PublicKeys/Duncan_Patton_a_Campbell_pubkey.txt
NEMO
2018-10-06 12:09:10 UTC
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Is it true that all neo-Nazi leaders suck dick?
British neo-nazi leader was gay, died of AIDS
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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nicky_Crane
Nicky Crane was a British neo-Nazi skinhead activist. He
came out as gay before dying from an AIDS-related illness.

Both Leaders of the German neo-Nazi scene were homosexuals
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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bela_Ewald_Althans
Bela Ewald Althans (born 23 March 1966 in Hannover[1][2])
is a German former neo-Nazi activist. Once the leading
organiser in Germany's neo-Nazi underground.
Althans, who subsequently acknowledged his homosexuality...

http://tinyurl.com/bnrca2e
Michael Kuhnen (21 June 1955, Bonn - 25 April 1991, Kassel)
was a leader in the German neo-Nazi movement.
Kuhnen's homosexuality was made public in 1986, and he died of
HIV-related complications in 1991.
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