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oyster  ·  link  ·  parent  ·  post: Pubski: February 8, 2017

I feel like with certain issues it doesn't matter how qualified the therapist is they just won't get certain things. Eating disorders and sexual assault would rank pretty high in my opinion for topics you've got to be really picky about a therapist for. Considering an eating disorder is mainly about needing to have some form of control in one's life and men are entirely capable of feeling out of control over their life it would make sense that men can have eating disorders. Seems pretty damn simple to me.

I wouldn't rate my English classes very high but you get salty like that when you have to get yourself screened for dyslexia after dropping out of college the first time. I even had the better English teacher, the other one completely ruined the subject for a number of my friends.

I'm sorry I get it would suck if a woman you knocked up got an abortion and you were pro-life but I feel like pro-life men should be more careful about who they stick it in. Like take some responsibility, the man has to put it in there in order for her to abort it and I haven't seen any difference in carefullness with protection between guys who own Bible's and those who don't.

This law just opens woman up to being stuck in controlling, manipulative scenarios. Not to mention a man agreeing to an abortion and then lying after the fact to get at her.

I saw a tweet the other day pointing out that if a Muslim had gone to a church and killed 6 people in Quebec city half of America would have Canadian flags for profile picture instead of nobody in the world giving a shit because it was actually a white terrorist killing Muslims. I'm pretty sure that's the most true thing I've read all day and the reaction to some guy not even actually killing anyone kind of proves it.

Edit: Holy fuck wait, they made up another one ? I thought this was going to be in relation to trumps tweet about an attack in Paris were nobody even got injured except the guy with the machete who was shot.

    Whatever it takes to reach that goal is perfectly justified

You have a very small imagination then.

oyster  ·  link  ·  parent  ·  post: Pubski: February 1, 2017

The only reason I know anything about scotch is because when I'm serving it will impress older men that a young woman knows her way around scotch and I'll get better tips. You would think more people would have caught on to that.

oyster  ·  link  ·  parent  ·  post: Pubski: February 1, 2017

Only one ! I didn't even realize they had come out which shows how much I pay attention.

oyster  ·  link  ·  parent  ·  post: Pubski: February 1, 2017

There's a Twitter account now retweeting every Trump voter who regrets voting for Trump... It's awesome

If you ever paint Ikea furniture again use chalk paint, it's super easy and they have nice colours. Not to be confused with chalkboard paint though.

    noting that the bill does not change the requirement to clean up all spills.

Yes, yes it does, because if they don't have to report it who the hell holds the greedy old white men accountable for spending money on fixing it ?

My cousin is still religious but found a way to still be "pro-life" while still knowing that abortion should be legal and that the more resources that are available to woman the less abortions that will happen. Considering number of abortions are at its lowest since Roe v. Wade it's hard to deny that access helps.

Now, I know that's actually called pro-choice, but I'm not telling her. I'm hoping this version of "pro-life" spreads, it's not like they aren't already deluding themselves into multiple beliefs I think they can handle rebranding pro-choice while also hating pro-choice.

We had some guests the other day from Texas mention that they live right on the border and nobody is really bothered by the mexicans. It kind of seem like making mexicans the boogeyman works best on people who don't actually live around them. Like it was easier to hate gays when they weren't our neighbours, co-workers and friends. Well they were, they just didn't come out so people didn't know it.

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