Creepy Joe Biden

Check out this Gavin McInnes show that reveal just how creepy Joe Biden was. This was 2 years ago, interesting this is only a thing now. It’s funny and creepy at the same time.

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15 thoughts on “Creepy Joe Biden”

  1. It was also a popular meme around the time of the Ashford Carter nomination.  The silence around things like this are why we now have Trump.

    Everybody can see it — nobody can say it if it’s a Democrat.  Just business as usual in DC.

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  2. I doubt Joe Biden has the ability to bounce back from this. It will kill his fundraising and the women candidates will never let him live it down.

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  3. 10 Cents:
    I doubt Joe Biden has the ability to bounce back from this. It will kill his fundraising and the women candidates will never let him live it down.

    You’ll be surprised to know I don’t care. This type of behavior has been going on forever which does not justify it in the least but women have to take responsibility for making it stop.

    I’ve done my part and still kept my job; I slapped a SVP across the face for sticking his tongue in my ear in the middle of the Regent lobby in Hong Kong. He lost his job because apparently other women came out after my rather public display of contempt.

    Sigh. It’s not that hard; just stand tough and make people realize you will not be a victim especially if you make money for the company.

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  4. Yeah, there’s something not okay with that guy who’s like that…

    I was hoping he’d be a contender

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  5. I hate “creepy” when applied to any kind of heterosexual attraction.  Stop it, O Ratty!

    This guy is right about kids; they are the last humans who want to be enveloped by some alien-smelling adult. But that doesn’t mean every adult who gives into the desire to caress a darling little kid is a perv.

    So,let’s not conflate the kiddie pics with the hands-on approach to adult women.

    But even with the latter: so what?   It is not “creepy”.  It’s a manifestation of the instinctive urge to perpetuate the species.  If the reproductive act, and fantasies about same, weren’t supremely pleasurable,  our species would never have taken over the planet.

    And THIS grand imperative is what is being reduced to “creepy”?

    Thats what gives me  the creeps.

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  6. Hypatia:
    I hate “creepy” when applied to any kind of heterosexual attraction.  Stop it, O Ratty!

    This guy is right about kids; they are the last humans who want to be enveloped by some alien-smelling adult. But that doesn’t mean every adult who gives into the desire to caress a darling little kid is a perv.

    So,let’s not conflate the kiddie pics with the hands-on approach to adult women.

    But even with the latter: so what?   It is not “creepy”.  It’s a manifestation of the instinctive urge to perpetuate the species.  If the reproductive act, and fantasies about same, weren’t supremely pleasurable,  our species would never have taken over the planet.

    And THIS grand imperative is what is being reduced to “creepy”?

    Thats what gives me  the creeps.

    Are you saying this stuff is not creepy because well “sex drive” happens?

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  7. I’m saying two things:

    (1) adults wanting to penetrate or masturbate with small prepubescent children is far more than “creepy” it is perverse, sadistic, deviant,  (But the desire to fawn upon, caress,  a beautiful human child  is probably also instinctual and not everybody who gives in to it is responding to a deviant sexual urge.)

    (2) and yes I’m saying the sex drive when manifested by behavior of one adult toward another adult of the opposite sex is far too, uh, fundamental, I guess, to be described as “creepy”.

    If it takes the extreme form of violence, that is, rape, it is terrifying, criminal, abhorrent.  “Creepy” doesn’t quite cover it.

    If it takes the form of excessive social liberties, it is funny. Look how Biden is being ridiculed! America is laughing at him! He got caught out on camera many times.its a laffriot.  Our posts here illustrate that. Still it’s a pale, Punch ‘n’ Judy parody of the primal urge. So important  and so universal  a reminder of our humanity that yes, we  laugh, just like we do about elimination, about death.    So, still not “creepy”.  IMHO.

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  8. Hypatia:
    I’m saying two things:

    (1) adults wanting to penetrate or masturbate with small prepubescent children is far more than “creepy” it is perverse, sadistic, deviant,  (But the desire to fawn upon, caress,  a beautiful human child  is probably also instinctual and not everybody who gives in to it is responding to a deviant sexual urge.)

    (2) and yes I’m saying the sex drive when manifested by behavior of one adult toward another adult of the opposite sex is far too, uh, fundamental, I guess, to be described as “creepy”.

    If it takes the extreme form of violence, that is, rape, it is terrifying, criminal, abhorrent.  “Creepy” doesn’t quite cover it.

    If it takes the form of excessive social liberties, it is funny. Look how Biden is being ridiculed! America is laughing at him! He got caught out on camera many times.its a laffriot.  Our posts here illustrate that. Still it’s a pale, Punch ‘n’ Judy parody of the primal urge. So important  and so universal  a reminder of our humanity that yes, we  laugh, just like we do about elimination, about death.    So, still not “creepy”.  IMHO.

    Thank you for defining it.

    I don’t know about others but I don’t think “creepy” is all that bad. It depends on the context and how it is used but I see it often as an equivalent for strange.

    As to Joe Biden, I would consider my brother creepy/strange if you did the same thing to strange women. If I did things like that in Japan, they would probably put me in jail. Personal space is a big thing here.

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  9. Hypatia:
    Thats my point.  “ Creepy” is just..petty. Juvenile.   Heterosexual attraction is not creepy in any way, shape or form.

    Say there was a party and one guy or woman was hitting on everyone in the room of the opposite sex, I would call that creepy especially if they were their with their spouse. It would be heterosexual attraction but of the strange creepy kind.

    I must be missing some point. I can think of too many things that could fall under heterosexual attraction for some people that would be creepy.

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  10. Wow!  I am a little surprised by the comments.

    Anytime an non-parent adult intrudes on a child’s natural physical space, it is creepy.   Watch the children.  Instinctively they move away.  Their innate ‘spidey’ sense activates immediately.   The children know intuitively that what is happening is not OK and react appropriately.   And yet, we adults seem to be confused as to what is happening.   Why is that?  There is nothing normal or natural about Biden’s conduct.

    The targets of his attention are not adults.  There are no comparisons to be made.

    A definition of ‘creepy’ – causing an unpleasant feeling of fear or unease.

    So, Yes, it is creepy for any adult to assume the right to touch a child (or anyone really) just because they find the subject cute, sweet, or beautiful.   Boundaries exist.   Develop some impulse control.

    I characterize his actions as creepy because the persons he subjects to inappropriate touching are children.   I characterize his actions as creepy because the children are clearly feeling uneasy.  I characterize his actions as creepy because he verbally adds a sexual aspect to the touching.  I characterize his actions as creepy because he is crossing boundaries of respectful good conduct.   He is the type of adult I would not ever allow my child to be with in the same room.  He is predatory.   I especially don’t like that the the children and their parents are, if effect, forced by social standards to ‘allow’ him to accost their children.   His conduct is neither natural or instinctual.   It’s creepy

    May I add, I have never found his conduct to be funny, in any sense.  It has only ever been creepy.   I always wondered why, the parents knowing his inclination towards children, would subject their children to his inappropriate attentions.  What lesson are they teaching their children?

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  11. TempTime:
    I characterize his actions as creepy because the persons he subjects to inappropriate touching are children.

    I certainly agree but I know from spending time with my grade school nephews that they instinctively don’t like to be touched by adults, particularly by women. (“Cooties”and all that.) It nearly broke my heart when I reached out to hold the hand of my favorite as we were walking to the car after a soccer game and he couldn’t his rip hand out of mine any faster!

    I had committed the ultimate sin- I had embarrassed him in front of his teammates. 🙂

    Kids also have an inbred dislike for strangers who shove themselves upon you, however innocently. Someone like Joe Biden- a father and grandfather himself should have known this but just couldn’t resist the photo op!

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  12. EThompson:
    …  but just couldn’t resist …

    Yeah.  That’s the problem.   Biden needs a little impulse control.  A little self management.

    My perceptions of him have been informed by his conduct.   We can all ‘read’ others to some extent, with some accuracy generally.   I think the children read him pretty well.   I don’t think their reactions are all due to being embarrassed.   Nor do I think all/any? of his actions are sexually driven.  However, his actions do seem to be a bit too intimate.   The whispers, the holding onto (not just a pat on the head or hand shake), he seems to envelope them, limit their ability to move away.   His behavior is creepy.

    For me, this is all about the children.  I could not care less about Biden’s interaction with females of consent age.  Most women can properly manage any unacceptable situations.   Further, I would not want folks to think I am suggesting we deny or sully the natural flow of attraction in adult relationships and not just because attraction is built into the cake, as they say.   However,  given the power of this attraction, societies have for millennium found there is a need to impose limits on some expressions and uses of said attraction. 

    So,  Joe, leave the children alone.

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  13. Hypatia:
    Thats my point.  “ Creepy” is just..petty. Juvenile.   Heterosexual attraction is not creepy in any way, shape or form.

    Oh, I disagree, and I bet you do as well.  Women [Many? Most?] cannot stand to be approached in an inveigling predatory fashion by a loser who wears a history of rejection and desperation, and sneaky adaptation to those modes.  “You’re going to have a miserable time with this fool, and he cannot protect you — your values diverge.”  They can hardly resist being approached in an inveigling predatory fashion by a winner who projects confidence, and a knowledge of well-managing expectations and reactions.  “You’re going to enjoy this, and this one’s sphere of influence is a safe and rewarding place to be — your interests align.” 

    The line between creepy and thrilling is fine, and the two are closely related.

    I have this theory that most forms of revulsion or disgust are mostly consistent with attraction or desire, and that just a few terms of the equation differ.

    Why do blood and gore repel us?  Because in fact we need to ascertain whether we should scoop up nature’s bounty in the time-honored fashion and *eat* the unfortunate wildebeest; and we are *held back* by something in the mix.  We are not carrion-eaters, and do not have powerful gut defenses against the hazards of eating putrid things.  So our powerful urge is converted by one “bit” into an emphatic rejection.  Human beings riding the old brain.

    Likewise, I think that ET’s adorkable story about her young nephew’s light-speed rejection of a hand-hold through the parking lot has to do with the adolescent male’s single-minded mission in life as an ovary-seeking missile clashing with incest inhibitors “almost* as ancient as the original urge.  And none of this is about personalities or even societal norms, etc.  There’s no thought of this sort of stuff, no awareness of an “ick” factor — it’s one of those rejections that happens faster than thought, like the way a cluster of cells in your *elbow* can withdraw your hand from a burn, before the pain signal even makes it UP to your spine.

    We ride the old brains in their rodeo chatter amongst ourselves about our mastery.  Free Will?  Determinism?    Meanwhile, the old brain does its thing, oblivious and apathetic to the weightless abstract structures atop them.

    So creepy and thrilling are not opposites.  They are almost the same thing.

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