See the whole article above. Here's the whole point--an email sent in response to Courtney's op-ed piece about sexual misconduct on subways:
I read your opinions about the MTA raising awareness about sexual
misconduct on the subways and found it very naive and written from a very
that women have been dealing with this kind of stuff from guys for years,
but what about how women dress in the subways? Today (after reading your
opinion) while on the subway, I saw a woman sit near me with a very low cut
shirt and very large tits...she looked hot! I totally stared at her tits
any chance I could get...which is probably why she wore the shirt right? I
also see scores of women with those cotton summer dresses on and just a
thong underneath, so you see their asses bobbling around under the skirt.
That sounds like blaming the victim right? Well when you leave almost
nothing to the imagination, it doesn't take much for it to run wild. This
is not to say you whip your cock out at any moment or press your boner on
any tart that wears a hot outfit, but where they "asking for it"? I know
you are probably fuming by now, but from the looks of your picture you
probably don't get sexually harrassed much, so maybe you are jealous of all
of the hot-ass bitches with the big titties, shaved snatches and round
asses that get some action underground.
hells to the motherfuckin' yeah!!!!
"I wanted you to know his name and his email email@example.com case you'd like to chat with him about this idea, and/or avoid ever dating/hiring him."
I'm just passing it on in solidarity with Courtney. I do hope there are some spammers out there who'd like to show their appreciation of Mr. Noble's point of view. Of course he's asking for it, with his email address just hanging around in cyberspace like that. He must want it, right?