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STASI: Louis C.K.’s bad apology for sick behavior not accepted

Private Memo to Hollywood Rapists, Assaulters, Harassers and Slime Bucket Power Brokers,

Just a quick question: In what universe is whipping it out and masturbating in front of guests, employees and other strangers a great conversation starter? Oh, right, in your universe.

And in what land is rape called a date, and assault part of the job perks? Right again! Hollywoodland!

Did you honestly believe assault, rape, masturbation and harassment would make for a good working environment? Nah. You didn’t care, because your victims would remain so, and you’d remain on top. Right? Wrong.

Louis C.K. admits masturbating in front of female colleagues

You all are like old-time dirty cops who took the money because it was part of the culture.

But no, sorry, whipping it out as a power move in an interview never, ever, got any woman to fall for you — even if it WAS part of your culture.

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Louis “Sick” K

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But despite all evidence to the contrary you kept/keep doing it and are only sorry for getting caught, not for harming countless women.

Take the latest pervert to fall out of the closet undressed — Louis C.K. Or make that Louis Sick K.

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Two women finally exposed Louis for exposing himself and masturbating in front of them. So what did he do? He penned probably the worst, most insincere, ugly, “sorry-for-sexually-destroying-your-life” apology in what is now an overcrowded field of carefully crafted best-selling apologies. C.K.’s mea culpa (emphasis on me) is almost as bad as Kevin Spacey’s, “I forgot if I sexually assaulted you” statement.

C.K. now says he feels terrible that he learned his lesson too late in life.

What lesson would that be? How to use the word “d–k” when writing an apology for showing HIS to shocked women over whom he held power?

Or maybe that it isn’t okay to masturbate in front of women who come to you looking for a break?

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Scott Brunton, an ex-model and actor, came forward on Nov. 10, 2017, in an interview with The Hollywood Reporter to accuse "Star Trek" icon George Takei of sexual assault in Los Angeles in the 1980s.

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“At the time,” he bizarrely wrote, “I said to myself that what I did was okay because I never showed a woman my d–k without asking first.” What?

Liar.

In fact, C.K.’s new repulsively titled, now-cancelled movie, “I Love You Daddy,” allegedly about infamous, accused pedophile Woody Allen, is supposedly full of “funny” sexual harassment scenes.

Victimization isn’t funny. Ever.

Louis C.K. is a pervert, not a predator — a big difference

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When he Woody Allen was 45, he cast 16-year-old Mariel Hemingway as his lover in “Manhattan.”

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Take Allen himself, the unnamed “hero” of C.K.’s movie, When he was 45, he cast 16-year old Mariel Hemingway as his lover in “Manhattan.” That was before he took his own girlfriend’s daughter as his lover.

All these years later, unrepentant, unbowed and unforgivable, Allen is shamelessly doing it again. His upcoming NYC-and-pedophile-based movie, “A Rainy Day In New York,” features an adult man in a sexual relationship with a 15-year-old girl.

Enough, dammit. Your rape fantasies are not fun or funny on-screen and they are tragic — and often criminal — in real life.

Clue: Showing the worst of humanity isn’t always art. Most of the time it’s just porn with pretensions.

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We now have to stop accepting your violent perversions — both on the screen, and most especially in real life.

Pope puts his foot down on phones

God bless Pope Francis. He just told the crowd of 13,000 gathered to hear his weekly teachings outside St. Peter’s Square to put their cell phones the hell away.

OK, he didn’t say “hell,” but still. He said, “It pains me greatly, when I celebrate Mass here in the square or in the basilica, to see so many cell phones raised.”

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God bless Pope Francis. He just told the crowd of 13,000 gathered to hear his weekly teachings outside St. Peter’s Square to put their cell phones the hell away.

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And it’s not just regular folks who do this, the pontiff continued, “but some priests and even some bishops. Come on!”

Pope Francis urges faithful to put away cellphones during Mass

Come on is right.

Take a hint from the pontiff. You are shooting the moment instead of experiencing it. Living in the moment, you’ll find, is a helluva lot more enlightening than aiming a camera at yourself.

Trump takes Putin at his word

Express Lines: You’d think by the epidemic of sexual assault, rape and harassment allegations that all powerful men are pervs. It’s not true. Just most of them. … Well, we’re all glad that pesky Russian interference in our elections is finally over. President Trump told reporters traveling on Air Force One that he knows Vlad the Impaler Putin didn’t do it. “Every time he sees me, he says, ‘I didn’t do that,’ and I believe, I really believe, that when he tells me that, he means it.” And we believe that Trump’s son and son-in-law met with Russian operatives to discuss adoption. …

Trump believes Putin.

Trump believes Putin.

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We also believe that Sen. Rand Paul of Kentucky was tackled off his riding mower by his neighbor, breaking six ribs over inappropriate leaf blowing. It happens. A guy blows leaves onto your property, even though he himself is a staunch believer in property rights, and you tackle him and break his bones. Luckily it had nothing to do with rotten politics, just rotted leaves. Right. Or maybe left.

Trump says Putin again denied interfering in 2016 U.S. election

Bomb of a decision

When your friend decides not to use the bomb he made against a neighbor and gives it to you to hold, what should you do? A) call the cops, B) use it as a planter, or C) give it to your roommate who works at the airport as an air traffic controller? If you picked C, you can sympathize with North Carolina air traffic controller Paul Dandan, who did just that. And you were worried about the foreign terrorists bringing bombs to the airport?

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