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Old 09-04-2014, 04:40 PM
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Not so smart after all, it seems...

Um, oops!

Actually, he sounds like he's following in Polanski's footsteps. Why in the world would a 28 YO man want to go out with a girl who is only 15? And I take it her parents didn't know? Personally I'd have a hard time letting my 15 YO daughter out of the house (particularly in this day and age) without more details.


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Um, oops!

Actually, he sounds like he's following in Polanski's footsteps. Why in the world would a 28 YO man want to go out with a girl who is only 15?
Because women his age are on to his act / game / crazy . ( I don't know about this specific guy but this is what I've seen go down with others at work where 45 and 18 has occasionally played out. )

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And I take it her parents didn't know? Personally I'd have a hard time letting my 15 YO daughter out of the house (particularly in this day and age) without more details.
Or parents don't care, were part of this kind of then were they were young. ( plus, if parents are 30 yo, they are likely not equipped with skills to monitor a 15 YO. )

In the end, the 15 has some culpability in this. . . .
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Is he really that smart or does he just have a great memory?
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Old 09-04-2014, 07:58 PM
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Is he really that smart or does he just have a great memory?
Well, we'll find out. If he repeats this behavior, assuming he isn't locked away for a very long time, then it will be clear he's neither very bright nor remembers well the consequences of stupid actions.
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