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#123490 - There are important things to have. 1. The mean (add… 03/23/2014 on Advice - love advice,... 0
#60102 - but only a couple days during the month, not every day.  [+] (2 new replies) 03/23/2014 on Politics - politics news,... 0
User avatar #60105 - Shiny (03/23/2014) [-]
Up to about a week out of the month, actually, IIRC. And even a few days can be crippling to a woman in a competitive career.
User avatar #60106 - hawaiianhappysauce (03/23/2014) [-]
but not having a car = no career.
#60100 - the car and horse analogy has a major difference. A car is fa…  [+] (4 new replies) 03/23/2014 on Politics - politics news,... 0
User avatar #60101 - Shiny (03/23/2014) [-]
And women that don't get menstrual cramps are much more efficient in the workplace as well as when homemaking.
User avatar #60102 - hawaiianhappysauce (03/23/2014) [-]
but only a couple days during the month, not every day.
User avatar #60105 - Shiny (03/23/2014) [-]
Up to about a week out of the month, actually, IIRC. And even a few days can be crippling to a woman in a competitive career.
User avatar #60106 - hawaiianhappysauce (03/23/2014) [-]
but not having a car = no career.
#60098 - I agree for the most part aside from 2. I don't think my taxe…  [+] (6 new replies) 03/23/2014 on Politics - politics news,... 0
User avatar #60099 - Shiny (03/23/2014) [-]
Unfortunately, sex is one of those gray areas where society usually benefits better from saving people from their own mistakes than from letting them deal with it, since the end product is usually another citizen, and very possibly one raised poorly. And the menstrual effects of the pill might not be necessary, but hell, we might as well get rid of cars since we already had horses centuries ago.

That said, it's pointless to just spend tax money on prophylactics or whatever. I just think that healthcare systems should cover the pill.
User avatar #60100 - hawaiianhappysauce (03/23/2014) [-]
the car and horse analogy has a major difference. A car is far far far more efficient than a horse.
User avatar #60101 - Shiny (03/23/2014) [-]
And women that don't get menstrual cramps are much more efficient in the workplace as well as when homemaking.
User avatar #60102 - hawaiianhappysauce (03/23/2014) [-]
but only a couple days during the month, not every day.
User avatar #60105 - Shiny (03/23/2014) [-]
Up to about a week out of the month, actually, IIRC. And even a few days can be crippling to a woman in a competitive career.
User avatar #60106 - hawaiianhappysauce (03/23/2014) [-]
but not having a car = no career.
#123470 - Girls don't get legos because they had no real childhood. 03/23/2014 on Advice - love advice,... +1
#60090 - These are good answers. Here are my responses: 1. Can't … 03/22/2014 on Politics - politics news,... +1
#43 - I worked there before and I was always asked stuff when off th… 03/22/2014 on The joys of Walmart 0
#123430 - Pretty sure this is a troll anyway. 03/22/2014 on Advice - love advice,... 0
#60087 - Ok, I think this board needs a good debate. I have the topics…  [+] (15 new replies) 03/22/2014 on Politics - politics news,... 0
User avatar #60133 - johnstuartmill (03/23/2014) [-]
1. Bad, Citizens should be allowed to use their income how they please and health care is not a right given by the government.
2. No, Contraceptives are used to reduce the risks of having sex and the taxpayers should not be burdened by the acts of 2 individuals because they do not want to pay for the risks of having sex.
3. No, it is a major intrusion in civil liberties with little benefit to security
4. In the Status Quo? No. If our penile system implemented a rehabilitation system rather than a punishment based system, then yes.
5. Free market with little to no government involvement.
6. Yes and no. Yes in the sense of divorces being at around 50% in the US. No in the sense that more people of different sexual preferences are marrying. Is the institution of marriage gone? No because adding gay marriage into the mix is not as bad as divorce, in my opinion.
7. Total simplification. If I had my perfect society Government does very little and no one has special treatments. I would have a head tax, but that is just me.


User avatar #60103 - Ruspanic (03/23/2014) [-]
1. Mostly bad. I'm not even a socialist but I'm starting to think public universal healthcare/insurance would be better and even cheaper than Obamacare. Medical care IS crazy expensive in the US, and I think it's largely because insurance now covers so much that people don't bother shopping around, so there's no competition and market forces don't drive down prices. But I don't see Obamacare fixing that problem at all. And there's the individual and employer mandates, which I'm ideologically opposed to.
2. In theory, that's definitely not a legitimate government function and people should be responsible for their own sexual behavior. But practically speaking it might actually save taxpayer money by reducing the number of poor or unwanted children, who might need tax-funded government assistance, and who might prevent their parents from investing in their human capital and escaping poverty. And if it saves taxpayer money AND improves general welfare, it's hard to oppose.
3. No. Security is important but the Patriot Act goes overboard.
4. No.
5. If you want to keep up economic growth, free and open up your markets but also develop infrastructure and overhead capital. Regulation is necessary to a degree, but it's mostly for purposes other than economic growth (general welfare, environmental causes, etc). Also get money out of politics - the corporate lobby is not pro-free market.
6. In the US, definitely. This is well documented by increasing divorce rates and declining marriage rates. Part of it is that people (men and women both) are postponing marriage to pursue educations or advance their careers, and part of it is a changing attitude about marriage - it's now seen as an flexible and optional personal choice rather than a rigid social obligation. This has had some positive effects (greater personal freedom, tolerance of same-sex families), but it also results in less stable families.
7. Simplifying it is always good. Closing loopholes, etc. I'm not a tax lawyer.
User avatar #60096 - Shiny (03/23/2014) [-]
1. Bad, well intentioned but very half-assed. Full UHC or bust, nyugga
2. This is a pretty nebulous question. Just flinging boxes of publicly purchased Trojans at people would be a waste, but the pill is perfectly legitimate medication that should be covered by insurance.
3. Lol no
4. Ideally, traitors will have their voting rights revoked, but who gets to define what a traitor is? A great ethical dilemma, though some underachieving kid in for selling pot can probably vote for Ron Paul without destroying the government.
5. A pragmatic mixed market economy that leaves the needs of the public to the government when possible so companies can operate efficiently. We can neither give the government special rights to services like resource distribution and parcel delivery, nor expect the market to value the needs of the underprivileged when they have quotas to fill.
6. Yes, because marriage is stupid. Just pick someone you like and fuck them.
7. Like much American legal doctrine, paved over and replaced with something simple, sensible, flexible and modern. Remove most tax deductibles, legally define capital gains as income (fuck you and your $1 salary) and replace the dumbass arbitrary brackets with a progressive flat tax that exempts people under the poverty line.
User avatar #60098 - hawaiianhappysauce (03/23/2014) [-]
I agree for the most part aside from 2. I don't think my taxes should fund contraceptives. Women argue that it helps them regulate periods and such, but the reality is that they have dealt with that long ago without contraceptives. As for the other use of contraceptives, I don't want to have my taxes pay for other people to have sex. There should be consequences for the risks you take and if you want to reduce the risks, you should pay for it yourself.
User avatar #60099 - Shiny (03/23/2014) [-]
Unfortunately, sex is one of those gray areas where society usually benefits better from saving people from their own mistakes than from letting them deal with it, since the end product is usually another citizen, and very possibly one raised poorly. And the menstrual effects of the pill might not be necessary, but hell, we might as well get rid of cars since we already had horses centuries ago.

That said, it's pointless to just spend tax money on prophylactics or whatever. I just think that healthcare systems should cover the pill.
User avatar #60100 - hawaiianhappysauce (03/23/2014) [-]
the car and horse analogy has a major difference. A car is far far far more efficient than a horse.
User avatar #60101 - Shiny (03/23/2014) [-]
And women that don't get menstrual cramps are much more efficient in the workplace as well as when homemaking.
User avatar #60102 - hawaiianhappysauce (03/23/2014) [-]
but only a couple days during the month, not every day.
User avatar #60105 - Shiny (03/23/2014) [-]
Up to about a week out of the month, actually, IIRC. And even a few days can be crippling to a woman in a competitive career.
User avatar #60106 - hawaiianhappysauce (03/23/2014) [-]
but not having a car = no career.
User avatar #60093 - pebar (03/22/2014) [-]
1. bad - pushes the cost on to employers which decreases employment
-------even if universal care was preferable (still thinking about it), Obamacare is not the way to go.
2. no - buy your own contraceptives
3. no - if you give up your freedom, the terrorists win
4. yes
5. the government keeping its dirty paws off
6. a bit - women are becoming more independent
7. simplify it and stop using it to incentivize behavior - complicated code increases the cost of business and "incentives" are only taken advantage of by the rich.
User avatar #60091 - jewishcommunazi (03/22/2014) [-]
1- Not good, public care would be preferrable;
2- Maybe;
3- No;
4- No;
5- I personally support a nationalized economy operating through central planning, with a little bit of self-management to the mix in some cases.
6- Yes because of social changes, I guess.
7- I don't know what that is.
User avatar #60097 - jewishcommunazi (03/23/2014) [-]
To be clear, people currently in jail shouldn't be allowed to vote, but people who already served their sentence and are now free should.
User avatar #60089 - jadewest (03/22/2014) [-]
no opinion, it's not my country
no
no, but again it's not my country
depends on the severity of the crime
that'd take too long to answer and i cant be assessed to answer it
perhaps, perhaps not, but couples are waiting till they are a lot older to have kids (planned kids)
meh i dunno
User avatar #60090 - hawaiianhappysauce (03/22/2014) [-]
These are good answers. Here are my responses:
1. Can't respond
2. I agree. A big counter argument is that viagra is funded by the taxpayers. And the truth is... I don't think those should be funded either. The government isn't obligated to improve your sex life (like viagra) or regulate the menstrual cycle (women didn't need it before contraception came out, they don't need it now).
3. I don't either. I believe that security has diminishing returns, and the patriot act is overkill and probably stops a couple incidents per year (clearly didn't stop the marathon bombings).
4. Agree. I think if you murder people you lost that right.
5. good point, maybe someone else with time on their hands will.
6. I think it is because of multiple things. Poverty, poor role models, the need to make 100k per year to have a stable life style.
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#36 - I know, you clocked out and you don't have to help. You even …  [+] (2 new replies) 03/22/2014 on The joys of Walmart 0
User avatar #42 - Icedangel (03/22/2014) [-]
No, you legally cant help. If they find you were working off the clock they will fine the company.

And the sales floor dress code is navy blue shirt, Khaki pants and a lanyard with a clear name tag on it saying 'I work here'. I followed our protocols exactly in this situation. What Orientation and the corporate guide told me to do.

Telling me I should have hid just incase a customer went insane and followed me out of the store and to my car seems to be overreaching *just* a bit on the 'this would probably happen so these steps make sense.' precautions to life. Hindsight is 20/20, who on earth would try to prepare incase this situation happened?
User avatar #43 - hawaiianhappysauce (03/22/2014) [-]
I worked there before and I was always asked stuff when off the clock. I guess you were unlucky because you were new. And yes, you legally cannot help. It's a horrible place to work and you should consider yourself lucky. After working for Walmart I went from politically left to center. In other words, I don't feel bad for people on food stamps because even though they are getting free stuff they are entitled to more.
#25 - He already clocked out so he shouldn't have to help anyone at …  [+] (24 new replies) 03/22/2014 on The joys of Walmart 0
User avatar #26 - Icedangel (03/22/2014) [-]
I was wearing a blue t-shirt and blue jeans. Nothing you can distinguish from some everyday Jo. I didn't have my nametag on, either, so I wasn't really screaming Walmart employee.

And legally, we aren't allowed to help anyone.
User avatar #36 - hawaiianhappysauce (03/22/2014) [-]
I know, you clocked out and you don't have to help. You even directed them to someone who may help, which, effectively, is helping. But I do know that walmart employees wear a blue t shirt or a green t shirt. That would have been a give away.
User avatar #42 - Icedangel (03/22/2014) [-]
No, you legally cant help. If they find you were working off the clock they will fine the company.

And the sales floor dress code is navy blue shirt, Khaki pants and a lanyard with a clear name tag on it saying 'I work here'. I followed our protocols exactly in this situation. What Orientation and the corporate guide told me to do.

Telling me I should have hid just incase a customer went insane and followed me out of the store and to my car seems to be overreaching *just* a bit on the 'this would probably happen so these steps make sense.' precautions to life. Hindsight is 20/20, who on earth would try to prepare incase this situation happened?
User avatar #43 - hawaiianhappysauce (03/22/2014) [-]
I worked there before and I was always asked stuff when off the clock. I guess you were unlucky because you were new. And yes, you legally cannot help. It's a horrible place to work and you should consider yourself lucky. After working for Walmart I went from politically left to center. In other words, I don't feel bad for people on food stamps because even though they are getting free stuff they are entitled to more.
User avatar #28 - cocosmama (03/22/2014) [-]
Why didn't you just say I don't work here?
User avatar #44 - thebobinito (03/22/2014) [-]
This guy, this is why I just lose all hope for these kind of posts, we all think it, but there's always one, just one person that has to say it.
User avatar #47 - cocosmama (03/22/2014) [-]
Also, I can't tell by your comment if you are mad at me for saying it, or what.
User avatar #46 - cocosmama (03/22/2014) [-]
I`m female and I worked at wm for more than 2 years when employees still had those stupid blue vests. I never headed to my car with that shit visible. If I did get stopped by a regular who knew I worked there, I would say I was off the clock and keep walking. In the content situation there was no way nignog knew op worked there.
User avatar #48 - thebobinito (03/22/2014) [-]
Wow, it's totally different in the U.K here, if you're off the clock and you're still on work premises, you pretty much HAVE to do what they ask, I tried to leave work the other day, I work in Co op, which is pretty much Walmart and people just kept coming up to the checkout, not at once, literally as I was about to walk off, they would randomly appear, I stayed for 20 minutes on shit rates for pretty much fucking nothing to be honest, one of my bosses hates me because I'm the newest and thinks he can treat me like shit but treat the person standing next to me perfectly fine.

Just the other day, there was a customer that came in, we have a loyalty card program shit thing and we have to swipe it through the till every time we are handed one, and if you don't bring one then you have the option to have us print of a receipt then they call head office and they add the point from your shopping on to your card without even swiping it, and this 35 year old woman thought she would be smart, knowing I was new to the job, would sit her card in a place where I can't physically see it when standing on the till, and when I had finished and packed all her shit and then taken the money and finished the transaction, she picked up the card and handed it to me, and said "Can you do this now." in quite possibly the rudest way I've heard so far, and I was polite and courteous "Sorry, I didn't see it, I do apologise", the response I got.. Just the response, "Well.. You are pretty stupid aren't you? I left in plain sight for you to swipe, I demand you give me the receipt to phone it through" at which point the only receipt I can get is the one for the shopping, and just stood there being so sarcastic and holding up a line that was stretching to the back of the store, and I'm just standing there, shocked and trying to figure out what to do.

Pointless saying all that I guess, but maybe someone can relate to me, and just know how horrible it feels to have that happen.
User avatar #50 - cocosmama (03/22/2014) [-]
I can relate to ass wipe customers. Not working off the clock though. I would always get stuck working register on Christmas eve. Which was great cause time just flew by. But it also sucked because was ass wipe could bring everything to a screeching halt.

One good side effect. I learned a lot about the kind of parent I wanted to be by seeing all the idiots at work. My kids do not throw fits at check out or disrespect cashiers or waitresses or whatever.
User avatar #53 - thebobinito (03/22/2014) [-]
Oh I've seen plenty of that, as much as I want to be that kind of Dad that sort knows when to have a laugh with their kid and stuff, but today I witnessed something that I just don't want to be like if I become a father. We sell Hunger Games: Catching Fire on DVD at the till and this guy came in about 40 with his like 12 year old son and he was standing there, saying "I don't like that flavour pick one that we both like for fuck sake" and shit like that, just proper ripping into this poor kid and then his kid see's the DVD and the Dad looked at it and just like made "Oh yeah" looking face at Jennifer Lawrence and said, not quietly, but quite loudly to his son, "Oh yeah she'd get it" There were mothers with their primary school kids, because it was the school rush time, and they just sort of pretended they forgot something and tried to stay away from him, needless to say, I got that cunt out of there fast. I'm all up for banter or whatever it's called but saying it to your son of like 12 years of age is just not right, sure there's a few of us that will swear at customers or take the piss out of it, even if they are elderly but that's because they've got to know us and we have a laugh with them and they love it, just I can't stand shit like that, we all have our favourite customers like mine is a woman that always comes in and always wears a short dress and extreme cleavage but is the most nicest person ever, she knows you look and doesn't care, but then we get the cunts and just stand there and say nothing and just look annoyed if you try to type a barcode in that won't scan, because they expect us to have everything perfect, sometimes the job does my head in but other times I absolutely love it!
User avatar #55 - cocosmama (03/22/2014) [-]
The worse was when a kid would be begging for something and throwing an all out tantrum and it would ALWAYS go the same way.

mom: no! I told you last time you weren't going to get another candy bar!
kid: yelling screaming going totally nuts for 30 more seconds.
Mom:fine! But this is the last time!
me: (in my head) the kid won. He acts like that because it works. You have trained your kid to be a brat!
User avatar #57 - thebobinito (03/22/2014) [-]
That's one I have witnessed too, it's just a fucking nightmare sometimes, like there was this Polish guy that comes in with like 4 others and these 2 women, always buy scratchcards and alcohol at like 7:00am, but today he wanted vodka which we keep behind the till, for obvious reasons, and he's been caught stealing before so we keep wary of him and the people we know he's with, but today like I said, he wanted vodka, so I asked which one and I said something like "Is there anything else?" like you do when someone puts their stuff down, for lottery tickets/alcohol/tobacco shit and he looks me dead in the eyes and says "I want you" so as of today I refuse service to him. I'm not 100% sure on the whole "Harassment in the workplace" stuff, but I'm pretty sure that's classed as sexual harassment right?
User avatar #59 - cocosmama (03/22/2014) [-]
I would say so. I saw an old man lick a cashier's ear once. It was at the grocery store and he was in the line behind the cashier who was ringing me up. She was engaging in some playful banter like you mentioned earlier. It was obvious he was a regular who liked flirting with the young cashiers. Some teased back, probably thinking he was a sweet old man. Anyway, he indicates that he wants to tell her a secret and when she leaned in he licked her ear. Everyone got really quiet out of shock as he picked up his bags and strutted out.
User avatar #60 - thebobinito (03/22/2014) [-]
See, now that's where I would have lost my shit and would have to have taken a break and just carried on pissing myself laughing away from the shop floor, I don't know why, if I was standing next to her, I would have just started laughing so hard. I've actually had some guy insult me while serving him, for working where I work, because I was kicked out of college for only attending like 1 lesson in 3 months. Not because I was lazy or some stoner or some fuck that thought he was so cool he didn't have to do what anyone else did, I have always suffered from anxiety but it got so bad last September that I didn't leave my house for 3 months, I did a music course and we played gigs and stuff around our local area as part of our grade, and the final gig of the year of my level 2 qualification I had my guitar rested against a wall waiting to go on because our band was next and when I got on my guitar had been untuned on every single string, like 2 minutes before I went on, and I tuned it 5 minutes before I went on, and well as you can tell, I did a shit job and people were looking and I started to freak out. That one incident set me back a whole 2 years, I was extremely nervous about my first day at work but now I'm fine and perfect with it. I've always been some paranoid person and my OCD doesn't help either, I can't deal with people behind me or anything, I'm not some pot head before anyone thinks it, I've tried it once and just never really bothered with it again as well, drugs are bad mmkay? But yeah, I wouldn't wish what happened to me upon my worse enemy. It's not nice.
User avatar #62 - cocosmama (03/22/2014) [-]
I had to drop an entire semester of classes when I attempted suicide. And it was late enough that they wouldn't let me drop without a good excuse. So I had to explain to 6 college teachers that I had tried to die over spring break. Either that or accept a failing grade in every class on my permanent record.
User avatar #63 - thebobinito (03/22/2014) [-]
Suicide is never the option my friend, I have been some silly little kid in my past and thought "Oh life is so hard" and cut myself, but I grew up and realised shit happens and discovered hard liquor and cigarettes, not implying you were like that, I'm just saying, it may seem the easiest thing to do, but the devastation left behind by it is traumatic and distressing for everyone that knew you, times may be hard and difficult and you might get to the point of depression but it's never the option, and like you stated before, your kids too, I don't know if you feel that way now, I don't know your age or anything or the ages of each year group or "grade" as American's call it, but they would be devastated. I've known people to have taken their own life or have tried to and the amount of shit because of it is awful. Find a safe place or a trigger that helps you forget everything around you and it's just you and no one else and the thoughts go away, for when I got my panic attacks or anything I would always ask to be excused from class (if I made in to college that day) and would just sit in the corner of the corridor (the classrooms corridor was a dead end with a small turn with a door) and would just put my headphones in and put James Blunt's old sutff/ Keane/ Savage Garden on and would just close my eyes and remember hearing them songs for the first time from when I was a child in my dad's car on a long car journey, I've always been a bit of a day dreamer and this may sound sad/pathetic/retarded, whatever you want to call it, but as a musician I would have the song playing and a video would play in my head of what I want to be the music video to be like or while I'm walking I would imagine that it was me singing the song or something and it would calm me down and the panic attacks would go away, it may work for you or others, but it's worth a shot.
User avatar #64 - cocosmama (03/22/2014) [-]
At that point I was still dealing with the sexual abuse from my father. He was in prison by that time, but I was still a victim. Now I am an abuse survivor.

I also like to make up music videos for songs I hear. Sometimes the real videos are better, but a lot of times they don't measure up to my day dreams. But then again, my imagination doesn't have a production budget.
User avatar #65 - thebobinito (03/22/2014) [-]
I'm sorry to hear you endured that.

It's like an escape from reality where you can be anyone you want to be or with anyone you want to be with, have anything you want or be anywhere you want, like my all time favourite band is Maroon 5, I absolutely adore Adam Levine, I'm not gay or anything, just that man is my idol and I would just love to meet him face to face one day and just shake his hand, I saw them live at the O2 Arena this year in London and it made everything in my life seem shit compared to standing in the crowd watching my favourite band of all time play live and be meters away from Adam Levine, James Valentine, Jesse Carmichael, Pj Morton, Mickey Madden and Matt Flynn, I've always wanted to be in the music industry and I'm determined that nothing will stand between me and that, not my anxiety or anything, it's by seeing them that it has sort of given me more inspiration to make it in the music industry, even if I was just playing for a band on a record, not on stages, none of that, just to be able to say, "I actually can make money from doing what I love and it's not just a hobby" I know it's hard, but I'm damn well going to do my best.
User avatar #67 - cocosmama (03/23/2014) [-]
I'm glad you have found something to soothe your soul and motivate your dreams. I like a pretty wide variety of music. Mostly oldies/classic rock. Got to see the beach boys, chicago, and meatloaf in concert when I lived in an area with a lot of casinos. Wish I could've seen Queen.

Also saw weird al.
User avatar #51 - cocosmama (03/22/2014) [-]
*one. No idea where was came from.
User avatar #69 - thebobinito (03/23/2014) [-]
There's something for everyone even if you don't know what it is yet. I like a wide variety of music too, I like Taylor Swift's music, I can go from listening to that to Eminem or Korn then to Savage Garden. I would love to see Chicago live, that would be good, just the only problem is I live in a corner of the U.K and the nearest venue where big artists go to for me is the O2 Arena or Brixton or anywhere in London and I don't drive and it's 70 miles + so it's not too easy. But my dream is to move out to America when I have enough money to be good for a month or two to find a place, set up and find a job.
User avatar #73 - cocosmama (03/23/2014) [-]
I live in the country now, too. Sucks to be so cut off. But the quiet and security are better.
good luck with your dreams fellow funny junkie.
User avatar #77 - thebobinito (03/23/2014) [-]
Sometimes it's better, but my town is filled with what you would call "trailer park trash" pretty much. Good luck with yours too, take care, nice to have a proper conversation with someone.
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#46 - meatboy (03/22/2014) [-]
Kinda like Ron did, when Harry and Ginny were on the couch, and Ron just sits between them.
I know it was his sister, but somewhat the same idea.
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Shit I'm dumb. This one website I used automatically changed what it was solving for to the letter in the equation and I got used to that Thanks for the help lol
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#123290 - You should start by working on your grammar. "So my gues…  [+] (2 new replies) 03/22/2014 on Advice - love advice,... 0
User avatar #123291 - erikus (03/22/2014) [-]
Wow what a douche. Maybe it's 2 am in the morning here. And maybe english is not my first language.

But thanks for the advice.
User avatar #123323 - hawaiianhappysauce (03/22/2014) [-]
Ok, sorry about that.
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Me too! You'll also be interested to learn that I did so ON PURPOSE. On purpose, yes,
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User avatar #1 - vissova (06/28/2013) [-]
Takes major balls not to remove a comment with -100 thumbs. Respect to you, sir.
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