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Old 02-16-2014, 11:34 PM   #255 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by ImStillToni View Post
the length of time of the marriage, regardless if it is good or bad, does imply a positive connotation that you can handle long-term commitments whether the marriage is disingenuous or not.
I love how women equate a man's worth with how long he can be loyal to a woman!

Woody's personal life and his written both make it clear that a man can be in a long relationship and/ or marriage and yet still trade it all in for teenage pussy. Christ! How many people on this forum have actually seen Blue Jasmine? It's a key component to this whole ordeal...

Anyway.

You could be right. Woody might have gotten all his side pussy days behind him. Maybe he's married since 1997 and stayed content.

I want you to think about this though. It's gross, but bear with me. Let's say that Woody Allen is in fact a child molester. We all know that shit is incurable and doesn't just end. Men convicted of that crime are repeat offenders.

What if the only thing keeping Woody 'faithful in marriage' is that he's abusing those two Asian adopted girls? Soon Yi strikes me as a woman who is in a very submissive role. She has been groomed since a young girl to accept Woody's perverted sexual desires. There have been plenty cases of husband/ wife child abuse cases. It is possible.

I'm sure Pat is now going to dissect this with numerous horseshit Washington Post articles on why I'm wrong. I'm more interested in a human/ personal response.

Also, above all else, everyone should see Blue Jasmine. It's incredible. It's got Dice, Louis CK, and Cate Blanchett in the greatest portrayal of a complacent/submissive rich wife's descent into madness - ever. It's award winning. Maybe some of you bitching on these forums might have missed that part.
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