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  • On Thu, 21 Jul 2016, 10:50am PDT in Is Blue lives matter a racist hate group?, Indiana Jones said:

    BLM is not against the police per se, but against cops committing violence while profiling and assaulting african- americans for unjustified reasons or no cause.

    mell says

    BLM protesters are the first to call for the cops when they get into a spat with somebody who disagrees with them,

  • On Thu, 21 Jul 2016, 9:35am PDT in Sex and population, Indiana Jones said:

    justme says

    It is that the women have created, by their demands, an unsolvable set of constraints (on the average), and that the men are fed up and refuse to play the rigged game.

    I know this will be shocking to the posters here, but here it is: Not all women are gold-diggers. There. I said it. Think more realistically and give half of the population of the world some credit.

    Why do you think the term "supermom" exists? Women are working and often times having to do a second job after work and on the weekends. I know it's also not easy for the men, but domestic and childcare responsibilities often fall heavily on the women's shoulder, no matter how many hours a week they are working. Young women look at this dynamic and want an easier life for themselves which means no children and more free time, and has nothing to do with rejecting men based on their income level.

  • On Wed, 20 Jul 2016, 1:12pm PDT in Sex and population, Indiana Jones said:

    Dan8267 says

    [Side question... What the hell is up with Japan's weird and dysfunctional view on sex. Half the young people despise the idea of sex? That's fucked up.]

    There is another scene where Kevin Spacey's Prot character talk about how distasteful they consider sex on KPAX.

    This may be the way of the Japanese. As they say it takes a village to raise a child, but that doesn't exist in our first world cultures anymore. The burden of child raising is squarely put on the shoulders of the parents, and honestly, considering how much lack of support there is on so many levels -- from the government to society at large to extended family, not to mention the astronomical monetary expense, it makes sense that young people are seeing the overall cost of having a child -- mental, physical, emotional, and financial is not worth it.

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