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#6 - Do your part 09/22/2016 on Suicide +25
#9 - I thought you were joking but turned down the volume just in c…  [+] (1 reply) 09/16/2016 on Airport Troll +1
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#10 - LaBarata (09/16/2016) [-]
Anytime m8
#6 - I don't think Louis CK is an authority on what keeps families together  [+] (30 replies) 09/12/2016 on comedian love +459
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#77 - thenikohero (09/13/2016) [-]
I don't know much about the guy, care to fill me in?
#80 - acegikmo (09/13/2016) [-]
Comedian, raunchy, is currently divorced, and has two daughters he shares custody with his ex-wife. He may be a bad source of relationship advice, if he couldn't keep his marriage, but then again, he may be the best source, because he has seen both sides of the fence.
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#98 - thenikohero (09/13/2016) [-]
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#85 - cantexplain (09/13/2016) [-]
I think he has it figured. Marry, have kids because that's amazing experience and then get divorced, start fresh, while you're still not super old.
#86 - acegikmo (09/13/2016) [-]
Well, he married 21 years ago, divorced 8 years ago, and he is currently 49, so, that seems like he's pushing it. On the bright side, a lot of the comedy he has in the show 'Louie' does focus on his family issue, look for it on Netflix.
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#87 - cantexplain (09/13/2016) [-]
Seen it. Netflix in my country lacks a shitton of shows and movies for some reason. So he divorced in his 40's that's an ok age. Would be better if he wasn't fat and bold, but Im' guessing money works fine to subsidize.
#71 - nakomis (09/13/2016) [-]
he was still married at that point
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#94 - mrwalkerfour (09/13/2016) [-]
the fact that hes not married now means hes not an authority on want KEEPS a family together
#84 - anon (09/13/2016) [-]
Dude, half of his standup then was how sh!tty a marriage he had and (indirectly) how huge a bitch the wife was.
Of course like the good cuck that he is, he turned it so it was all his fault.

Newsflash, you must be a huge fricken bitch if you voluntarily give full custody of your children to a father who basically amounts to a traveling sales-man.
#82 - anon (09/13/2016) [-]
Yeah, well, Charles Manson dodn't murder people up to a point, which doesn't mean he's suddenly a good role model.
#93 - anon (09/13/2016) [-]
Other people murdered for him, chump
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#70 - eestlanealo (09/13/2016) [-]
I think it was the same skit but he said that his life is actually pretty good. He worked his way up to a marriage, was happily married until they got divorced and now he can basically do whatever the fuck he wants. He's got good relations with the kids and he gets along with the ex, it's just that people might grow apart.
The skit was good tho, got a good laugh out of it.
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#65 - vivapinatapro (09/13/2016) [-]
Just about to say that. That guy is dysfunctional as a 50 year old bus driver's weenie.
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#16 - kazene (09/13/2016) [-]
"No good relationship ever ended in divorce"

ol' C.K. did make a point^
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#36 - haroldsaxon (09/13/2016) [-]
Plenty of good relationships ended in divorce. Divorce might even be the reason it didn't go from good relationship to bad.
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#68 - manimator (09/13/2016) [-]
Why would anyone get divorced if the relationship was good?
#83 - anon (09/13/2016) [-]
>>#66, >>#67, You can have a good relationship but ultimately still realize that your life goals have become incompatible with each other.

My mom was married once before she met my dad, and she was very happy with her ex. They originally didn't want kids, but she grew to want kids as she got older, he wanted to focus on a career and early retirement. So even though they were still happy with each other, they divorced because what they each wanted out of life was not compatible with the others' goals.

It doesn't happen OFTEN, but it does definitely happen.
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#102 - manimator (09/13/2016) [-]
Well idk how happy you can be with someone if your goals differ so drastically, you want to try and make things work or you care about your own wants/needs more than the other person's so you divorce to make your own wants/needs happen. A relationship where you don't want to sacrifice for the other isn't a good one imo
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#78 - haroldsaxon (09/13/2016) [-]
Because it isn't anymore.
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#103 - manimator (09/13/2016) [-]
Well no shit, but he's saying that some people divorce DURING a good relationship, not just after it stops being good...
#81 - xxTheJesterxx (09/13/2016) [-]
I think the idea here is that if it was truly a good relationship divorce wouldn't happen at any point. So, if a relationship is good for a while but then they get a divorce, even if they were happy up until that point, it wasn't a good relationship.

Not that I'd entirely agree with that but I believe that's the idea
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#67 - ZenMacros (09/13/2016) [-]
I think the point he's making with the joke is t hat, if the marriage was good, why did they divorce? It could have been good at first, but if they divorce that means it's gone to shit. I can't think of many reasons for two people who are genuinely happily married to get divorced.
#66 - anon (09/13/2016) [-]
name one
#7 - jobiden (09/12/2016) [-]
He might be divorced, but he has a good relationship with his kids. Sometimes, a relationship isn't worth keeping together. You can see how much happier he is in comedy specials after the divorce compared to before.
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#46 - thepizzadevourer (09/13/2016) [-]
Yeah, but refusing to deal with issues in a relationship is one of, if not the, biggest reasons for divorce/breakup. If you really care about someone, you need to get what hurts out in the open so the both of you can deal with it. I'm pretty sure it's just roundly bad (if funny) advice.
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#58 - justanordinarydude (09/13/2016) [-]
Maybe if you really care about someone, divorce is the best option. Trying to solve the problems in your marriage should, of course, always come first - but if it doesn't work and these problems are a major hindrance on both parties (meaning you CAN't deal with it), divorce is the best option.
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#47 - advice (09/13/2016) [-]
Sometimes both parties just kinda know, ya know? You know what's wrong, and you don't want to say it because you don't want it to be over, but it's just prolonging the inevitable and it eventually has to get said, and the break has to happen.
#60 - thepizzadevourer (09/13/2016) [-]
>>#58, So the solution is to just give up?

Look, I'm from a pretty big family, so I see a lot of relationships, both short and long term. And I totally understand that sometimes, people are completely devoted to relationships that just obviously aren't meant to be. But far more often, I see people giving up on someone because they suddenly realized that getting a boyfriend/girlfriend/married doesn't magically mean you won't have conflict.

And it's not just a matter of compatibility. I've seen childhood friends who have grown up together, share the same interests, and generally just balance each other emotionally have knock-down, drag-out fights. Even if you and your significant other have practically perfect compatibility, you're gonna fight sometimes, and sometime's it's gonna be big. People are imperfect, so even your ideal partner is gonna have issues with you, and vice versa.

I guess what I'm trying to say is: so many people seem to think that if there's conflict in your relationship, your relationship is done. But maybe it's not about not fighting, but rather making sure that you're there for each other when you're done fighting. Sometimes it seems like my parents argue every single day, but guess what? At the end of the day, they make it up to each other, for 25 straight years.

And they tell me that though staying together is one of the hardest things that they've ever done it's also one of the most worthwhile, because knowing that the other person would be there for them no matter what meant the world to them. I dunno, I just contrast that with people who break up because the relationship doesn't feel euphoric anymore, and it seems . . . self-centered. Sure, there are times it just can't work, but so often it feels like people just give up because it's difficult, not because it's not worth it.
#76 - anon (09/13/2016) [-]
I don't think advice is saying give up. I really don't think any of us know if they sought counseling or how long they were actively trying to work things out. I don't think it's fair to say someone gave up on a relationship anytime they get divorced. It is generally very important to see if a marraige can last, especially with children, by being open, talking and possibly seeking outside help. But it isn't right to be so judgemental of any divorce before knowing the facts or how hard they did or didnt fight to make it work. I think all of us agree that married couples with children especially should make sure they cant work it out before making a divorce happen.
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#8 - lathyrusvii (09/12/2016) [-]
What you say could be true, but... fuck it.
#5 - san fransico has a lot but they aren't legally allowed to be there  [+] (1 reply) 09/10/2016 on Trump +14
#6 - snekisland (09/10/2016) [-]
I guess the only reason they're their is 'cause those little green fugs are cheap to hire
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