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No Hidden Agenda, No Censorship, and No Bullshit?

Posted by RealDaffyDuck on October 12, 2010


I wonder if someone is busy editing and revising his site content…?

Not implying that this might be construed as censorship. No, not at all.


20 Responses to “No Hidden Agenda, No Censorship, and No Bullshit?”

  1. SBDOTKU said

    Banging cheaper, better, faster…”

    I mean “Analyzing the status of gender politics in Asia cheaper, better, faster…”

    Now where was that reference to soapies…?

    • SBDOTKU said

      ??? I know I am putting in the tag right – just being ignored.

      Oh well, you get the idea.

      [editor: I fixed your original submission]

  2. Big Black Gulliver said

    I can’t wait for Big Baby Kenny 3.0. But in case it doesn’t rise from the Ashes of Northridge I’m sure Big Dummy would let Kenny post here thoughts here.

  3. adman said

    I am not a happy person.

    All my quality comments are gone from his site.

    For the second time no less. The ultimate form of censorship.

  4. adman: “All my quality comments are gone from his site.”

    No, those are mine — I mean, you do know that you are me; as well as everyone else disagreeing with Kenny and Prufie on that site; you and everyone else are just me in disguise.

    Prufie said so, so it must be true.

  5. v3.0 appears to be an interesting re-use of resources:

    Look familiar?

  6. SBDOTKU said

    Nano thermites! Nano thermites! You are obviously planting NANO THERMITES all over BBK’s site and that is why he is in “Maintenance Mode” (or whatever the hell Prufrock keeps spouting about)

  7. BigDummyKenny said

    Besides the BBK site being overrun with nano thermites (AKA the 911 ‘discussion’ as SBDOTKU pointed out), what is there to cleanse? Removal of incriminating comments by readers? No! That can’t happen on a ‘No Censorship’ site, can it?

    Probably moving servers or something else benign. I just checked and see the site is back up now and don’t see that much changed, so who knows what it was about. Who cares? Well, maybe Prufrock is relieved to see all his brain farts are still there.

    • Ditto here — I checked a list of relatively incriminating personal comments by BBK (“That is the difference between Thailand and The World and and those who “get banged better, cheaper, and more efficiently.””) and doesn’t look like anything’s changed — oh well, could just have been that he knew someone was going to check out the site at a given time, and thus it was ‘down’ during that time. Conveniently.

      Really, who cares — now we can go back to having fun with Prufie and his Nano Termites!!!!

      (love the closing comments!)

  8. Big Black Gulliver said

    This is hilarious…..

    Let’s say your university found out about all of this. Let’s say stories about it made the national media.

    And let’s say that somehow, incredibly, you managed to keep your job.

    You’d probably keep your mouth shut, right? You’d probably do everything in your power to make sure that nobody ever mentioned the whole sordid mess ever again, right?


    Meet Kenneth Ng, Associate Professor of Economics at California State University Northridge.

    • Isn’t it odd — Kenny used to be so adamant listing all mentions of him by the national media.

      He seems to be slipping up — or maybe, just maybe, he’s realizing that this isn’t the most positive coverage of him…?

      Nahh, he probably beams from ear to ear about the attention.

      He’ll probably be getting much more of it before too long.

  9. Big Black Gulliver said

    Funny how Mr. Big Balls, Kenneth Ng is afraid to post on his own blog right now! Even funnier how his boot licker Prufrock stopping posting right on queue. The Batman and Robin of Free Speech. hehehehahahahohoho

    • RealDaffyDuck said


    • RealDaffyDuck said


      Damn, you’re right — looking over there, absolutely no new posts at all, and even Prufie has gone on radio-silence since the 14th. Heck, even MrLove and the other guys — **ALL WENT SILENT THE EXACT SAME DAY**

      How crazy a coincidence is that? I mean, because it’d just be a coincidence, right – after all. what else could it be?

  10. Biz Markie said

    its gone quiet because of all “your” wanky comments.

    why dont you lot stay on this defunct loser site?


    • “its gone quiet because of all “your” wanky comments.”

      Oh, really?

      Damn, you guys must really be desperate for traffic – taunt posted on here right synchronized with a new article posting by your ‘Dear Leader’. In fact, you posted your comment exactly within 10 minutes of “Dear Leader’s” – How drol. Now, how coincidental is *that*, ‘Biz’..?

    • Speaking of your buddy, maybe he’s busy… I mean, let’s not forget:

      “In 2001, a civil lawsuit was filed against him by a then 22-year-old Pasadena City College student, who said Ng mischaracterized her on a website by using photographs of her, then writing erotic fictional tales about her.

      The case was later settled, but Ng said the case was an example of extortion against him.”

      Anybody knows how much Mr. Ng had to pay her to settle that case?

  11. Big Black Gulliver said


    • Good stuff. Great timing, it seems.


      Letter to the editor: students respond to professor Ng’s defense of
      October 19, 2010
      By Contributor

      After the Daily News broke the story of Professor Kenneth Ng’s “sex tourism website” in April 2010, the Gender and Women’s Studies and Asian American Studies Departments issued a joint statement, asserting that Professor Ng’s activities were fundamentally at odds with “the values and principles of the university.”

      We, as students, agree.

      At the Oct. 6 Forum on Human Trafficking, many groups banded together to expose the issue at large. Some of the agencies that helped sponsor the event, organized by GWS and AAS students and faculty, included the Office of the Provost, the College of Social Behavioral Sciences, the Oviatt Library, Humanities, and the professor’s own College of Business and Economics.

      Professor Ng maintains that his blog offered the “most accurate and comprehensive real life look” at the lives of Thai women, but, in actuality, he offered his own subjective vision, informing men on how to take advantage of disadvantaged Thai women.

      There are thousands of blogs that have similar information, purporting to instruct foreign men on how to infiltrate the Thailand girl scene (as the tagline of claimed, “Learn how to get banged better, cheaper, and more efficiently in the Thailand Girl Scene”).

      One of the speakers from the forum, Chancee Martorell of the Thai CDC, shared with us, “What was especially hurtful for many of us in the Thai community, who regard teachers with such high esteem, was that a professor was behind this blog.” We agree. We asked ourselves, “How could a professor from CSUN actually promote the exploitation of women in Thailand?”

      As students, we believe that professors should uphold a certain level of ethical and professional standards.

      Asian Americans for Community and Talent, the Gender and Women’s Studies Student Association, Delta Lambda Chi, and the student Performance Ensemble of the Communications Department took a proactive approach to this scandal, examining issues that went far beyond this one professor—we chose to ignite students’ consciousness and to highlight the larger issues that the blog raised about sex tourism, especially its human cost and its manifestation in human trafficking victims.

      During our Oct. 6 forum, we discussed human trafficking as not just an issue that impacts our neighboring countries, but also a problem here in the U.S. The forum urged viewers to be the change we want to see, and that simply arguing about the issue is not enough.

      Students can take individual and collective action, whether it is to write a letter to CSUN officials or to join organizations that fight to end human trafficking—organizations like the Thai Community Development Center (Thai-CDC) and the Coalition to Abolish Slavery and Trafficking (CAST) that work both to liberate and support survivors in our community.

      Wanda Pathomrit, Brian DeGuzman, and Miguel Zarraga
      CSUN Asian Americans for Community and Talent

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