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sledmondson

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Gender: male
Age: 22
Date Signed Up:4/20/2011
Last Login:3/29/2015
Location:Rochdale
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#161 - I've worked as a cameraman, travelling europe and had my video… 15 hours ago on "Gibe Attention Pls" -McBurd 0
#92 - I have tattoos in the red, green and pink zones, have had jobs…  [+] (2 new replies) 03/27/2015 on "Gibe Attention Pls" -McBurd +2
User avatar #136 - greyhoundfd (03/28/2015) [-]
I mean, it really depends on what the Tattoo is and how high the quality. If you're getting a flaming skull on your wrist or shoulder you won't get hired for a higher income job. If you get a Caduceus or Fascus, or something else simple and not overly rebellious (that's the little torch thing on the back of a dime) on your wrist then no one will think twice about it.
User avatar #161 - sledmondson (15 hours ago) [-]
I've worked as a cameraman, travelling europe and had my videos od sky, bbc and ITV, I've worked in a solicitors firm as a file handler, I've worked as a prperty valuer in an estate agents and i've worked on the doors as well. If it can be covered by a suit it doesn't matter what you have in the slightest. Just don't show people. I ave a stupid smiley face on my wrist and it's covered by my watch when i'm working (currently a watch/jewellery repairer) outside of work it's there for all to see. I think people who regret tattoos are the ones who shouldn't get them in the first place. I have a camel tattooed on my toe, it was just a joke and i said when i got it done by my friend that i'd only need to worry when i had a child who i'd have to explain it to, 18 months later and my daughter was born lol the only people who know about it are the ones that i choose to tell, i'm not ashamed of it or proud of it, it's just there and it's funny. People worry too much about tattoos, if you can cover it with a long sleeve shirt you never have to worry about employment, regardless of what it is because they never have to see it and if you're that worried or think you'll regret it then don't get one because yu're not getting it for the right reasons.
#1112 - I would like a sketch of kate beckinsale in her outfit from un… 03/21/2015 on FREE STUFF 0
#94 - Thanks man =] Good luck with the future and any potential offs… 03/18/2015 on one blow from caving in? 0
#86 - The child was not entirely planned no lol but we were both ext…  [+] (2 new replies) 03/18/2015 on one blow from caving in? +1
#89 - fffffffuuuuuuuuuuu (03/18/2015) [-]
You sound like an awesome person/father and I hope your kid grows up happy and healthy. I have a shit ton of respect for you man
#94 - sledmondson (03/18/2015) [-]
Thanks man =] Good luck with the future and any potential offspring you may have =]
pic related, my little girl
#145 - I am not happy about Australia. 03/17/2015 on Australia - Such a nice... +1
#34 - 22 with a beautiful 9 month old baby girl =]  [+] (4 new replies) 03/17/2015 on one blow from caving in? +4
User avatar #75 - fffffffuuuuuuuuuuu (03/18/2015) [-]
Just some questions out of curiousity
Was the kid planned? How do you combine it with shit like college? 21 seems damn young to me, no offence, but I'm 18 and can't imagine having a kid from now and 5 years from now. Also, sex must happen And a gf is needed tfw no gf
User avatar #86 - sledmondson (03/18/2015) [-]
The child was not entirely planned no lol but we were both extremely happy when we found out we were expecting. I was already 22 when she was conceived so already in full time employment so no issues with juggling studies. My partner is actually going back to get post grad qualifications in September. No offence taken, the best thing in life happen when you're looking for something else, just need to embrace things and make the most of everything. People that say that children stop you having a life or that they're a career ender or a drain aren't doing it right. You just need to work as a team with your partner and know where you want to go in life. It's hard work but it's aazing and fulfilling too. I watched my daughter walk for the first time a couple days ago and you wont understand how beautiful a sight that is until it happens to you. On the other hand last year I went out to ibiza and saw the sunset on San Antonio beach with a crowd of thousands (obviously my daughters first steps is the way better experience), you're life is what you make of it with or without children. I think people worry about it too much. Try to make your family happy, love each other and things usually work out. I got made redundant, had two car accidents (neither my fault) moved house twice and had 3 jobs since my daughter was born and we're all still alive and smiling because we're doing it together =]
#89 - fffffffuuuuuuuuuuu (03/18/2015) [-]
You sound like an awesome person/father and I hope your kid grows up happy and healthy. I have a shit ton of respect for you man
#94 - sledmondson (03/18/2015) [-]
Thanks man =] Good luck with the future and any potential offspring you may have =]
pic related, my little girl
#3 - You can't say that without a timeline. If it was in one giraff…  [+] (2 new replies) 03/13/2015 on fuckin longass necks +3
User avatar #8 - masterjogi (03/14/2015) [-]
He is right, thats totally Lamarck, evolution trough practical needs and not evolution trough random mutations that prove to be useful. The Giraffe is THE example used when describing Lamark. Darwin would be something like the giraffe growing wings. (Even thougha working practical neck mutation is more likely).
User avatar #4 - snapshots (03/14/2015) [-]
Shut the fuck up
#626 - I get where you're coming from and like I said I agree wit.h m…  [+] (1 new reply) 03/10/2015 on Debate 0
#627 - marioauditore (03/10/2015) [-]
I meant the consequences on the adults. You are talking about the concequences on the child. Both consequences on the couple and on the child are relevant, i'm just treating them separately to point out the different points of view of the people involved. If you leave the destiny of the child out of the picture, adoption is not equivalent to simply walk away from a pregnancy. Because the woman still have to go through the pregnancy and give birth. They are equivalent if both the man and the woman get to walk away from the problem with the pregnancy simply disappeared. If you add the destiny of the child back in the picture, consequences are not the same. And I don't think there is a way to make them equivalent.

P.S. People usually get very heated around this topic. I recently had a 5 hours long debate about it with a nursing student of a catholic university in Rome. At some point I got very heated too, because she kept implying that I was a cynical horrible person and a potential murderer with no moral just because i happen to believe that doctors shouldn't be able to refuse to prescribe abortion pills if it's a legal right of a woman in that country.
#614 - The female equivalent would be to give the child up for adopti…  [+] (3 new replies) 03/09/2015 on Debate 0
#618 - marioauditore (03/10/2015) [-]
I said that without considering the possibility that the fetus was already a person. I treated that possibility later in the comment to keep things in order. But you are correct. It's not really equivalent. It's only equivalent if you ignore the rest and focus on the possibility of a man to simply walk away from the pregnancy refusing any consequence. Abortion gives women the possibility to do the same. Consequences are equivalent, actions are not.
User avatar #626 - sledmondson (03/10/2015) [-]
I get where you're coming from and like I said I agree wit.h most of what you said bu when the guy walks away the child is still born and can go and live it's life so really he consequences aren't the same. That's why I said it would be equivalent to adoption where the woman can walk away and absolve responsibility and the child will still be born.

Thank you for responding politely a few people have been less than amicable with this topic.
#627 - marioauditore (03/10/2015) [-]
I meant the consequences on the adults. You are talking about the concequences on the child. Both consequences on the couple and on the child are relevant, i'm just treating them separately to point out the different points of view of the people involved. If you leave the destiny of the child out of the picture, adoption is not equivalent to simply walk away from a pregnancy. Because the woman still have to go through the pregnancy and give birth. They are equivalent if both the man and the woman get to walk away from the problem with the pregnancy simply disappeared. If you add the destiny of the child back in the picture, consequences are not the same. And I don't think there is a way to make them equivalent.

P.S. People usually get very heated around this topic. I recently had a 5 hours long debate about it with a nursing student of a catholic university in Rome. At some point I got very heated too, because she kept implying that I was a cynical horrible person and a potential murderer with no moral just because i happen to believe that doctors shouldn't be able to refuse to prescribe abortion pills if it's a legal right of a woman in that country.
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#53 - admin (03/25/2015) [-]
Hi sledmondson! Great leader gave you a magical North Korean rocket!
User avatar #43 - SgtObvious (11/24/2011) [-]
All the ignorant Democrats are thumbing our comments down, such a huge surprise
User avatar #44 to #43 - sledmondson ONLINE (11/24/2011) [-]
haha that's just them for you, i'm lucky living in egland that there isn't such a huge political divide between two parties although if i was american i'd probably support a mix of both parties, people should have equal rights and stuff but only if they put in equal amounts of work for it, noone deserves anything for nothing and pure democrats don't understand that
User avatar #45 to #44 - SgtObvious (11/24/2011) [-]
Democrats literally want Communism, but deny it furiously if you try to accuse them. It gets so annoying when they call me stupid and brainwashed when they favor an unfair system that has been proven to not work.
User avatar #46 to #45 - sledmondson ONLINE (11/24/2011) [-]
too true bro
User avatar #22 - Banna (05/02/2011) [-]
shizz i'm sorry... just tryna protect your indentity ? :/

User avatar #23 to #22 - sledmondson ONLINE (05/02/2011) [-]
haha no worries bro, i'm actually really glad you did tell me, was horrified when i thought of what would come through my letter box
User avatar #24 to #23 - Banna (05/02/2011) [-]
ah but you might have got fanmail... or some creep might have just started stalking you... but you'll never know now.
User avatar #25 to #24 - sledmondson ONLINE (05/02/2011) [-]
damnit -.- hindsight is a bitch would've been funny to see what would've come through

if you remember my address send me a picture of anything
User avatar #26 to #25 - Banna (05/02/2011) [-]
hmm it really is... and nah i forgot it, i'm a goldfish. :P
User avatar #27 to #26 - sledmondson ONLINE (05/02/2011) [-]
YOU'RE A FISH AND YOU USE THE INTERNET? =O
User avatar #28 to #27 - Banna (05/02/2011) [-]
i meant i had a three second memory and yes. yes i do. ;P
User avatar #29 to #28 - sledmondson ONLINE (05/02/2011) [-]
haha i got the reference was just being awkward =p
User avatar #30 to #29 - Banna (05/02/2011) [-]
aha i'm also a retard aswell.. :D
User avatar #31 to #30 - sledmondson ONLINE (05/02/2011) [-]
was a sly one on my part don't worry about it =p
where you from?
User avatar #32 to #31 - Banna (05/02/2011) [-]
aha fp and britain you?
#33 to #32 - sledmondson ONLINE (05/02/2011) [-]
i am also form britain, now here's the issue

north or south?

lets hope we can still be friends
User avatar #34 to #33 - Banna (05/02/2011) [-]
what happened to south and west eh?
#35 to #34 - sledmondson ONLINE (05/02/2011) [-]
wait what? okay i'm from north england, where are you from?
wait what? okay i'm from north england, where are you from?
User avatar #36 to #35 - Banna (05/02/2011) [-]
anywhere you want me to be from? ;)
#37 to #36 - sledmondson ONLINE (05/02/2011) [-]
it's like that is it =p well banna i am merely trying to get to know you lol
User avatar #38 to #37 - Banna (05/02/2011) [-]
aha ;)
User avatar #39 to #38 - sledmondson ONLINE (05/02/2011) [-]
are you male or female at least? i am a male, this sharing session seems a little one sided
User avatar #40 to #39 - Banna (05/02/2011) [-]
as i said i am a goldfish... they have no gender? or they might i can't remeber? :s
User avatar #41 to #40 - sledmondson ONLINE (05/02/2011) [-]
gold fish have genders =p

good try though lol

or do you just have a goldfish? =/
User avatar #42 to #41 - Banna (05/02/2011) [-]
no but i have hamsters... :L
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