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  • Katrina Fernandez

    Poor thing. Let me explain to you how this works. I have a comment policy and decorum dictates you follow it.

  • tcn

    My husband and I have to agree on this–if anyone were to do this to my son, I would make certain that the perpetrator could never do it again, and I would spend the rest of my life in jail doing penance for my sin. Defense of the innocent is, of course, not a sin, but what I would do would certainly be. That said, it will never happen, because I simply cannot let it happen.

  • Dear Fuck You,

    Evidently, you lack an appreciation of nuance. See, a popular canard among those who advocate for marriage by priests is that if priests were only allowed to marry, none of them would be pedophiles. Of course, this is nonsense and The Crescat’s phrasing cannot be held by any reasonable or intelligent person as mockery, but a very succinct way of showing the double standard that the Hollywood elite applies to Catholic priests vs. themselves.

    I would also like to add that there is a pitifully amateur quality in your comment with its use of vulgarities. Anyone can use the word “cunt” but it takes some finesse to do so in a way that does not compromise your intelligence, assuming you are in possession of any. I would suggest that you write out your comment and place it in a drawer, and look at it again the next morning. Writing criticism well is an art that comes only from experience, my dear. Practice, practice, practice before you emabarrass yourself in public as you have.

    Very truly yours,
    Stephanie A. Richer, Esq.

  • Mark Richer

    You know, now that I think about it, perhaps we should allow college assistant coaches to marry too. What, what was that? They are? Hmmmm. Never mind.