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5 years 25 weeks ago, 6:02 PM


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Donkey love

YES ITS TRUE AND HERE IN FLORIDA [people wonder why I want to move out of this state]
A frisky farm hand cuffed after allegedly telling police he masturbated with a donkey told a Florida court Tuesday that he wants his burro back.
“There’s got to be due process here. I paid $500 for her,” said 31-year-old Carlos Romero, according to the Ocala Star-Banner.
But Marion County officials want custody of the miniature donkey named Doodle, and plan to put her up for adoption, the newspaper said. The animal appeared in good condition after the alleged abuse.
Romero pleaded not guilty to charges of sexual activity involving an animal and animal cruelty. His bail was set at $2,000 and was placed into Marion County Jail.
He was arrested Monday at an Ocala farm after farm proprietor Gerald James told police about the Aug. 15 incident.
According to a police report obtained by, James said he was delivering a horse when he allegedly saw Romero shirtless and with his pants pulled down, appearing to have sex with a donkey in an equipment room.
When police interviewed Romero, he allegedly told them he had used his fingers to clean the animal’s genitals and generally becomes aroused seeing animals in heat. The sexual contact, he allegedly told police, was an accident.
But police said he also admitted to masturbating with the animal five or six times and called Florida “backwards” because people frown on zoophilia.

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In an interview with the Star-Banner from jail, Romero said he has “never been a people person” and has always had an attraction for horses.
“I’ve had a sexual excitement with animals more than humans. … I would’ve eventually had sex with [Doodle],” but told the newspaper that he didn’t because “she’s blooming into maturity.”
In a twist, Romero said it was James who should have been arrested for invasion of privacy and being a “Peeping Tom.”
James, however, told the Star-Banner that he doesn’t want the randy Romero, who’s vowing to get out of jail and go back for Doodle, anywhere near the farm.
“No one feels comfortable around him,” he said.

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5 years 25 weeks ago, 12:48 AM

greg az

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Oct 2009
New York, NY, Ascension Island
daisy, daisy, daisy..

TG.. dude devastated, discovered diddling Doodle, disses detractors, docked for deliberately dipping dork in donkey.

Something about Mr Prince (daisy) that tickles me more than poor Doodle.. this one had me banging on the table top.. Repeated it to Gloria.. who does not see the humor in daisy that the rest of us do.. holy hana thats funny..

ok.. so talking serious here.. this is the deal with open marriage, and NOT defining what marrige is.. sorta the reason theres a movement to make that defination.. either that or poor Doodle is really going to get "hitched"..

a man has to hold his word, hold his beliefs, and hold a good sight picture.
5 years 25 weeks ago, 9:36 AM

Saint J.M. Browning

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The Colony, Texas, United States

Ditto. That's what I think to and is my real issue with gay marriage. If they pass it tomorrow, is it going to change my life or affect me in any way? No. But the bottom line is, where do you draw the line? These guys (pro-gay marriage) act as if some right has been violated and claim they want equal rights for "everybody".

The problem there is, how is that going to stand up to some of these other edge cases? Do we then allow bigamy, polygamy, polygyny. and polyandry? These peoples right to marriage is violated too, right? Then you have this situation. Should we allow people to marry animals? How about plants? Or inanimate objects? I'm sure there is someone out there that wants to marry a pair of shoes.

And if so, how far do you go? Do you let pedophiles marry children? The problem I have is that a line has to be drawn somewhere. Marriage has historically been a religious bond between a man and woman. Can't we just keep that definition?

And what are these people really missing out on anyway? Polygamists still practice polygamy, it's just not legally defined. If gay people love each other and want to commit their lives to each other, do they need the government to give them a certificate? Why should that matter? Are they not confident enough in their own commitment?

But all this is really secondary to my main concern. That if they redefine marriage in law, that religious institutions may face litigation or suits if they fail to do something that, in their view, is against their doctrine.

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5 years 25 weeks ago, 7:31 PM


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