A man who underwent a colonoscopy under general anesthetic recorded his doctor's voices on cellphone whilst he was unconscious during the procedure. When he played back the recording he found that Tiffany Ingham MD joked about the size of his penis, told him (while unconsious) that she wanted to punch him in order to 'man him up', and joked about firing a gun up his anus.

The man is now suing Safe Sedation LLC and Safe Sedation Management for defamation and infliction of emotional distress.


"On April 18, 2013, during a colonoscopy, plaintiff was verbally brutalized and defamed by the very doctors to whom he entrusted his life while under anesthesia," the complaint states.
D.B. claims that Drs. Tiffany Ingham and Soloman Shah, who are not named as defendants, mocked him from the second the anesthesia kicked in.
D.B. claims he had inadvertently left his phone in the room, set to record, having neglected to turn it off after recording instructions for post-operative care.
"The moment that plaintiff became unconscious, Tiffany Ingham, M.D. commented to all of the others in the operating room 'Oh - Oscar Mike Goss.' That is a thinly disguised substitute for the expression 'OMG', which is an expression of both exasperation and mockery, and is a well-known abbreviation for 'Oh my God,'" the complaint states.
It adds: "Tiffany Ingham, M.D. started to mock, and then continued to mock, the amount of medicine required to anesthetize plaintiffs.
"Referring to plaintiff, Soloman Shah, M.D. commented that a teaching physician known to both him and Tiffany Ingham, M.D. 'would eat him for lunch.'
"Tiffany Ingham, M.D. agreed that plaintiff would be 'eaten alive' and also jokingly discussed a hypothetical of firing a gun up a rectum."
D.B. claims his phone caught Ingham talking to his unconscious self, saying, "And really, after five minutes of talking to you in pre-op I wanted to punch you in the face and man you up a little bit."


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We choose to describe a male as a 'man' rather than a 'boy' upon the basis of percieved adulthood and maturity. Similarly, with the terms 'woman' and 'girl'. Given that in most societies 18 years is now the common legal age which we consider adulthood to have been reached, one would expect both the terms 'boy' and 'girl' to cease being used to describe individuals once they are 18. This 'equality' in itself, might be argued to be a little unfair to the male sex, given that it is a widely accepted feature of adolescent development that boys develop significantly later than girls.

However, rather than the term 'boy' continuing to be used past the age of 18, the term 'girl' persists for much longer. How much so is revealed by the following list of search term results entered into Google :

"17 year old man" 3,030k "17 year old woman" 1.750k
"17 year old boy" 18,200k "17 year old girl" 10.000k

"18 year old man" 5,240k "18 year old woman" 2.570k
"18 year old boy" 5,390k "18 year old girl" 8.270k

"19 year old man" 6,580k "19 year old woman" 3.760k
"19 year old boy" 2,140k "19 year old girl" 5.540k

"20 year old man" 7.740k "20 year old woman" 5.450k
"20 year old boy" 1.860k "20 year old girl" 4.080k

"21 year old man" 5.140k "21 year old woman" 3.780k
"21 year old boy" 1.380k "21 year old girl" 2,230k

Although there is a marked drop in results for 'x year old boy' from the age of 18, there are over 3 times as many search results for '18 year old girl' as there are for '18 year old woman'. The number of results for '18 year old boy' is about equal to those for '18 year old man'. The number of results for 'man' then greatly exceeds those for 'boy' from the age of 19. However, it is not until we get to 20 year olds that the search terms for 'woman' exceed those for 'girl, and then only just so. Yet there are over 4 times as many results for '20 year old man' as there are for '20 year old boy'.


I felt no desire for Catherine Lechardoy; I hadn't the slightest wish to shaft her. She was looking at me and smiling, drinking Cremant, trying her hardest to be brave; nevertheless I knew she really needed to be shafted. That hole she had at the base of her belly must appear so useless to her; a prick can always be cut off, but how do you forget the emptiness of a vagina?

Michel Houellebecq - Whatever


The NSPCC has ordered teachers throughout the UK to observe their schoolchildren for signs of posession by the devil..


Teachers must watch out for signs that their teenage pupils are in abusive relationships, experts have warned.

The NSPCC urged school staff to look out for tell-tale evidence such as bruising, changes in personality, anxiety and a decline in attention.

Fiona Becker, senior consultant at the charity, told the Association of Teachers and Lecturers annual conference: “Abuse can be physical, sexual or emotional. It is distinguished from bullying. A lot of people have experience of it but school policies don’t reflect this.”

It must be distinguished from bullying, because although by the NSPCC's own figures bullying is by far the biggest problem facing teenagers, the NSPCC prefers to spend its vast wealth (£100 million+ yearly) on promoting sex and abuse histeria.

The jellyhag femirapist continues, without any sense of irony...

As well as physical violence, abuse can include threats, humiliation, in-sults, put-downs, pressure to have sex, and unreasonable jealousy, added Ms Becker. Victims might be told they cannot see certain people or go to certain places


What a despicable society we live in :


People who say they were sexually abused by Jimmy Savile are being advised how they can claim compensation through adverts in newspapers.

So far, about 140 people have come forward claiming they are victims of the former entertainer.

An inquiry by the Metropolitan Police has recorded more than 200 sexual offences committed by him at locations including the BBC and hospitals.

In February, the High Court approved a compensation scheme of more than £3m.

Those who say they were victims will be able to make claims against the Savile estate, the BBC and the NHS. Payments will be capped at £60,000 each.

The court ordered advertisements be placed in two national newspapers as well as papers on the Channel Islands, which Savile used to visit.

The adverts advise people who have not already applied for compensation to do so in the next six weeks; however, the scheme will stay open for claims for a year.

The claims will be scrutinised with lawyers acting for the estate and for the claimants.

If you were a victim of child buggerer Alan Turing, huge amounts of compensation may be on offer too. Step right forward...



IQ & PC (Chris Brand)


Good news arrived for Christianity as the Harvard Theological Review carried an article confirming a papyrus fragment from mediaeval Egypt recording that Jesus had talked of “my wife” and that (as scholars had suspected since 1975) Mary Magdalene had been “a major leader of the early Jesus movement” (Indie, 12 iv).

Such normalizing of Christianity had the capacity to free the moribund religion finally from the Roman Catholic supersition that sex was suspect and that men could have only one wife and must then at death give all their money to the Church – thereby denying the role of the family which both socialists and capitalists had been keen to play down along with the realities of genetic differences occurring both between and within families which were readily visible to all but followers of antiquated egalitarian supersitions.

The declarations of some kind of ‘faith’ by Messrs Cameron and Miliband were welcome in so far as they recognized the need to get beyond the usual overwhelmingly environmentalistic and bullying preoccupations of lacklustre politicians; but a commitment to the Christian West’s scientific search for truth would have been more impressive – especially together with a commitment not to suppress the truth when it hovered within view.


As Nigel Evans MP was cleared of sexually molesting young men (so only the stains of ...., boozing and poor judgment remained on his character) voices piped up on the BBC decrying “the sex abuse industry,” “hysteria” and Britain’s lack of a ‘statute of limitations’ [on ancient-historical prosecutions] – too late for paedophiles (who had been deserted and beaten by homosexuals who claimed to target only 16+ youths) but still welcome.


Top author for British teenagers, Terry Deary, who had sold 25M copies of Horrible Histories and was writing Rotten Romans and Barmy British Empire told the Telegraph’s arts correspondent that school was a “waste of time,” centrally because of boring teachers “kicking conformity into children” and failing to treat them according to their own talents (9 iv). His own frustration with educational authority had, he said, led to the “subversive” and “anarchic” strands in his writing.


As Europe’s latest ethnic conflict hotted up, MSM (esp. BBC) laboured hard to avoid saying it was a struggle between ethnic groups derived (in so far as Ukraine’s tortured history allows) from the western Galicians and the eastern Cossacks, speaking different languages (Ukrainian, Russian), and following different religious creeds (Greek-Catholic [‘Uniate’], Orthodox).

In Nigeria, just outside the capital Obujaodoody, Muslims managed – with a car bomb during the rush hour – to kill 71 Christians and hospitalize another 124 without unduly upsetting multiculti MSM. The abduction of a hundred nubile Christian damsels was atrtributed to the Muslim fanatics of Cocoa Pyjamas.


The UN Human Rights Council consigned itself to the doghouse by sending to Britain a womyn of repellent visage, Indian origin and South African citizenship to “monitor” female inequality in the course of a two-week stay meeting kindred malcontents.

Rashida Manjoo was duly shocked by page 3 girls, by date rape going unpunished {by juries}, by men walking on the outside of pavements, by women earning slightly less {in line with their more modest range of IQs and with many of the brighter chicas working from homes which they maintained – with the help of Polish servant girls – for the high-IQ husbands which they had chosen}.

The feminoid ‘liberal’-left kept quiet about Manjew’s nonsense; but Tory treasure Eggwina Currie (former health minister) wondered whether the goon had ever been to Saudi or other countries where women were circumcised (genital mutilation), forbidden books, married off early, banned from driving, had no maternity leave and were liable to find themselves divorced at a moment’s notice.

Thus did the UN distract itself from what should have been its major task: completing the happy victory of having the whole world liberated by learning to speak English – even perchance in Glasgow.


Following several recent trials in which elderly celebrities had their lives ruined by accusations of ancient-historical sexual hanky-panky [paedophilic in 2/4 cases] of which juries found them innocent, and with a second trial of disc jockey Dave Lee Travis about to start, the robustly right-wing Tory Anne Widdecombe showed her libertarian side as she asked whether the police and Crown Prosecution Service had not got better things to do than waste vast sums (not least the savings of those accused) on such frivolous pandering to the claims of gold-diggers (Daily Express, 16 iv).


Standing up for his convictions, an English High Court judge (of the Family Division) quit after being told by peecee colleagues that he could not speak in favour of marriage. In an interview, Sir Paul Coleridge, 64, had angered gay rights campaigners when he said Government same-sex marriage plans were a "minority issue" because it affected only "0.1%" of the population during a time in which society was facing a "crisis of family breakdown" and said people should not have children unless stably married.

In 2013, Coleridge was handed a formal warning from the Judicial Conduct and Investigations Office declaring that his decision to give this interview, and another one in which he discussed the "decline of marriage," was "incompatible with his judicial responsibilities and therefore amounts to judicial misconduct".

He criticised the decision as a "disproportionate and unfair reaction to a few lines in two newspapers". Rather than condone Britain’s having become a society in which 11% of adults were un-remarried divorcees and only a half of children would grow up in a two-parent family, Sir Paul organized some 100 legal and kindred traditionalist experts to form the think-tank ‘The Marriage Foundation’ to research marriage (with its links to income and happiness in the couple and lawabidingness in the children) and to campaign for long-lasting marital relationships (Daily Mail, 17 iv; Daily Telegraph, 18 iv, p.2).

A robust denunciation of the UK Coalition government for doing nothing for married couples via the tax system was provided by the previous Archbishop of Canterbury, Lord Carey (Daily Mail, 19 iv, ‘The fact is, marriage has been treated shabbily by today’s politicians’).


As an updating of America’s ‘Scholastic Aptitude Test’ (SAT) was announced, a helpful article about SAT being an IQ test and predicting educational and job success as such (even controlling for SES) appeared in Slate (17 iv) -- with summaries of work by Frank Schmidt and Ian Deary. A quote:

"What this all [these finding mean] is that the SAT measures something—some stable characteristic of high school students other than their parents’ income—that translates into success in college. And what could that characteristic be? General intelligence. The content of the SAT is practically indistinguishable from that of standardized intelligence tests that social scientists use to study individual differences, and that psychologists and psychiatrists use to determine whether a person is intellectually disabled—and even whether a person should be spared execution in states that have the death penalty. Scores on the SAT correlate very highly with scores on IQ tests—so highly that the Harvard education scholar Howard Gardner, known for his theory of multiple intelligences, once called the SAT and other scholastic measures “thinly disguised” intelligence tests."


The internal contradictions of multicultidom achieved star billing on p.1 of the Telegraph (19 iv) as the Archbishop of Canterbury, Rev Justinia Oilwellby, came out with his insoluble dilemma about homosexuality. It had been made clear to him on a visit to South Sudan that, if the CofE allowed its priests to conduct gay marriages, the lives of perhaps a million Black Christians in Africa would be at risk – scores of thousands had already been killed or raped by Mueslis who believed that Christians aimed to convert them and turn them into sodomites.

On the other hand, if Welby continued to ban homosexual marriage, he would alienate about half his clergy and perhaps a quarter of his flock in Britain. All he could do was to hope to placate the different cultures with a long-running committee....

Links relating to some of the topics Chris Brand discussed today :

Prospect.org - Did Jesus Have a Wife?

Telegraph - Horrible Histories creator says school is a waste of time.

BBC - Gunmen abduct 'about 100 schoolgirls'.

Telegraph - Widdecome on Nigel Evans : 'the odd drunken pass does not make somebody a rapist'.

Telegraph - Sir Paul Coleridge retires and calls for an end to family breakdown.



....I will reply that adolescence is not only an important period of life, but that it is the only period where one may speak of life in the full sense of the word. The attractile drives are unleashed around the age of thirteen, after which they gradually diminish, or rather they are resolved in models of behaviour which are, after all, only constrained forces. The violence of the initial explosion means that the outcome of the conflict may remain uncertain for years; this is what is called a transistory regime in electrodynamics. But little by little the oscillations become slower, to the point of resolving themselves in mild and melancholic long waves; from this moment on all is decided, and life is nothing more than a preperation for death. This can be expressed in a more brutal and less exact way by saying that man is a diminished adolescent.
'After having taken a long and hard look at the echelonment of the various appendices of the sexual function, the moment seems to me to have come to expound the central theorem of my apocritique. For this I will utilize the lever of a condensed but adequate formulation, to wit:

Sexuality is a system of social hierarchy

Whatever - Michel Houellebecq