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  • On 31 Oct 2014 in Democrats Losing Youth Vote: Millennials Turning to the GOP, Dan8267 said:

    JH says

    Don't "early" mail in votes only count in a recount?

    In Florida, no votes count unless you vote for the person the vote counter wants.

  • On 31 Oct 2014 in Things married couples wont tell you, Dan8267 said:

    Rin says

    This RealDoll owner believes that he's married to it.

    Unless he can claim it as a dependent on his income taxes, it's a mute issue.

  • On 31 Oct 2014 in Things married couples wont tell you, Dan8267 said:

    Peter P says

    Many men think of their wives as free, private prostitutes.

    Really? I thought the problem was that young men think of women as noble, pure princesses and then find out they marry a wicked witch.

  • On 31 Oct 2014 in Things married couples wont tell you, Dan8267 said:

    BayAreaObserver says

    Splitting up was her idea

    Like this wasn't obvious. It's the family court systems that screw over men that's responsible for this as well as the decline of marriage itself.

  • On 31 Oct 2014 in Things married couples wont tell you, Dan8267 said:

    BayAreaObserver says

    but money could keep us together - The higher your income, the more likely you are to stay together

    Up to a point, about $150k/yr to $200k/yr. And why? Because people making $80k to $200k are generally mature, hard-working, and responsible, exactly what is needed for a stable, long-term relationship.

    Above the $200k/yr level and you're getting into people who make money, not through hard work, but rather through screwing over others. And so the likelihood of someone making millions or tens of millions a year staying with his or her first spouse is quite small.

  • On 31 Oct 2014 in Things married couples wont tell you, Dan8267 said:

    BayAreaObserver says

    Facebook, Instagram and Snapchat are the new little black books of infidelity

    Isn't that the entire point of those things and the sole reason they are popular? Each is basically an extramarital affair and booty call call service thinly disguised as something socially respectable.

  • On 31 Oct 2014 in Things married couples wont tell you, Dan8267 said:

    BayAreaObserver says

    5. The bigger the wedding, the shorter the marriage - The more you spend on a wedding, the shorter the marriage, according to a recently released study by economics professors at Emory University.

    Obviously correlation, not causality. People who spend less money on their weddings do so because they value the relationship, not the affair. Basically, the more you are into what really matters, the less grandeur you need and the more you'll save up for a house, children, retirement, etc. Lavish weddings are financially irresponsible and indicative of persons who fail the marshmallow test.

  • On 31 Oct 2014 in In Real Estate, Your Personality Makes You Predictable, Dan8267 said:

    thunderlips11 says

    What if you're Impulsive, Normal, but closed thinking, and an introvert.

    I've never met an impulsive introvert. Introverts tend to be heavy thinkers.

  • On 31 Oct 2014 in Microbusinesses struggle to cover health insurance costs, Dan8267 said:

    APOCALYPSEFUCKisShostikovitch says

    you're Free to fucking DIE!

    Not until you pay off all your debts. I'm talking to you Millennials! No heaven until you pay off those student loans.

  • On 31 Oct 2014 in Microbusinesses struggle to cover health insurance costs, Dan8267 said:

    justme says

    The purpose? To keep the workers afraid of losing their jobs, because it might spell economic ruin due to lack of healthcare.

    Naturally. And the results are:

    1. A less mobile workforce.
    2. Less economic effeciency.
    3. Decrease bargaining power for workers (wealth producers), which in turn causes
    4. Decrease middle class wages, which in turn causes
    5. Less consumer spending, which in turn causes
    6. Less profits for corporations and less productivity and lower GDP, which in turns causes
    7. Layoffs and
    8. Loss of health insurance and
    9. More poverty and crime and
    10. Go to 5.

  • On 31 Oct 2014 in Microbusinesses struggle to cover health insurance costs, Dan8267 said:

    JH says

    Are you going to be in a better mood next Wednesday morning after the election?

    Hopefully, he'll be in a worse mood. That means the vile people will have lost.

  • On 31 Oct 2014 in Microbusinesses struggle to cover health insurance costs, Dan8267 said:

    CaptainShuddup says

    Well there shouldn't be a rate in any healthcare system created by a Democratic government.

    The so-called free market, which isn't free at all, has failed for 100 years to provide a decent health care system and insurance.

    And by the way, insurance is the easiest fucking thing to do. Once you reach a certain participation pool, the risk rapidly drops to 0%. At that point, the whole damn system can be automated. All you need are a few decent programmers.

    The fact that the market could not even produce a health insurance system that runs well given 100 years to do so speaks volumes of the inability of markets and capitalism to solve certain economic problems.

    Oh shit, I forgot, economics is a religion, not a science. Therefore rational thought, evidence, and track records mean nothing. What I said above violates the dogma handed down by Lord John Keynes and Lord Adam Smith. I retract my statements before the gods strike me down with lightning.

  • On 31 Oct 2014 in Microbusinesses struggle to cover health insurance costs, Dan8267 said:

    CaptainShuddup says

    when Liberals say "Single payer System". Because they've been too chicken shit to down right right say what Dan just had the big balls to say.

    A fully Nationalized Healthcare system...

    The question of how to run a health care system is an economic, not social, matter. Therefore, my opinion is based on my economic philosophy, not my social philosophy, liberalism.

    As for the single payer system, that is necessary regardless of whether or not we nationalize health care.

    Furthermore, the reason I've switched to going full-fledged to nationalizing the entire health care system instead of just insurance is that Republicans have decided they will completely oppose any compromise, so there is no incentive to offer any compromise. Republicans have decided that this is going to be a winner-take all fight, so Democrats and independents should shoot for everything.

    Democrats made the mistake of trying to compromise with ideological idiots. That never works. It's like trying to get ISIS to compromise and leave a little spot for Israel.

  • On 31 Oct 2014 in Liberal Hypocricy, while lesbian couple with black baby, Dan8267 said:

    turtledove says

    The couple has every right to be pissed at the apparent sloth that exists at that sperm bank.

    I think the couple is more pissed off that they didn't get the genes they wanted. Women are very picky when they go to a sperm bank. It's not an altruistic en-devour. They are literally shopping for genes.

    Basically, they want a hunk with a high IQ, great immune system, longevity, has blue eyes and blonde hair, and someone who is rich,
    1. So that the child can get some inheritance, financial help when he's an adult.
    2. Because of the belief that how well a person does financially is partly determined by genetics.

    Certainly, any woman going to a sperm bank cares very much about the genes of the biological father, and that includes traits regarding appearance.

    Danish sperm now makes up a third of the total used in the UK

    For many, the Danes' handsome blue-eyed, blonde looks and 'dependable natures' are just as attractive.

    'The blonde hair and the blue eyes appeal,' laughs one mother who conceived with the help of a Danish clinic. 'The cheekbones as well I think!'

    Meanwhile no one wants a ginger kid

    Sperm bank can’t find takers for red-haired genes

    In any case, sperm donation is purely gene consumerism with all the biases that come with it. If that sounds despicable, just remember that people do the exact same gene shopping when they decide who they are going to fuck and not, and when they use contraception or not.

    Bias for physical traits is 99% of sexual behavior in human beings whether it's done through traditional monogamy or sperm donation or even artificially constructed genomes. Every person wants his or her kids to have an advantage over -- a nice way of saying dominating over -- other people's kids. Would be parents don't want any kind of equality. They want superiority. Sperm banks just make this easier to obtain than competing for a genetically superior mate.

    There is nothing noble about parenthood. Not its goals. Not its practices. Not even its intentions.

  • On 31 Oct 2014 in In Real Estate, Your Personality Makes You Predictable, Dan8267 said:

    Seems accurate for me: conscientious, not neurotic, open, not extrovert and tend to prefer fixed, no rush to buy, prefer small loan over big house, prefer stocks over real estate (because stocks have better return).

  • On 31 Oct 2014 in Student loaners can buy a house... if the boomers will sell them., Dan8267 said:

    CaptainShuddup says

    In a survey of 4,000 Baby Boomer households conducted by the non-profit Demand Institute, 63% of Boomers plan to stay in their current home once they retire.

    They have to. Their kids are still living there. They can't downsize.

  • On 31 Oct 2014 in Student loaners can buy a house... if the boomers will sell them., Dan8267 said:

    CaptainShuddup says

    forgive some student debt for first-time homebuyers.

    How about a special tax on bankers, real estate, and people with more than one house that is used to provide house price reductions to first-time homebuyers? And base the taxation rate on the reduced price as well.

    Seems a lot more socially just than penalizing first-time buyers who paid off their student loans.

  • On 31 Oct 2014 in Democrats Losing Youth Vote: Millennials Turning to the GOP, Dan8267 said:

    zzyzzx says

    Democrats Losing Youth Vote: Millennials Turning to the GOP

    Says a right-wing propaganda mill.

    One of the few benefits of the Second Great Depression is that the entire, large generation of Millennials have been sealed in as anti-Republican due to the severe financial raping of this generation at the hands of those Republicans.

    When young adults form their lifetime political allegiances, their experience in the job market have a damn strong influence.

  • On 31 Oct 2014 in Liberal Hypocricy, while lesbian couple with black baby, Dan8267 said:

    Strategist says

    I think that theory was scientifically disproven.

    Would that even matter to you? Since when do conservatives give a rat's ass about scientific facts? Climate change much?

  • On 31 Oct 2014 in Liberal Hypocricy, while lesbian couple with black baby, Dan8267 said:

    FortWayne says

    justme says

    Dan8267 says

    Women are a lot more flexible when it comes to having short-term homosexual liaisons.

    Mostly for reasons of vanity.

    They are just messed up mentally somewhere. Screws loose.

    Leave it to Fort Wayne to soil a beautiful thing.

  • On 30 Oct 2014 in Liberal Hypocricy, while lesbian couple with black baby, Dan8267 said:

    Strategist says

    Dan8267 says

    As anyone who's been to college knows, girls will make out with other girls to attract guys. Guys do not make out with other guys to attract girls.

    I find that surprising and hard to believe.

    There are advantages to going to college.

  • On 30 Oct 2014 in Liberal Hypocricy, while lesbian couple with black baby, Dan8267 said:

    Every issue of Cosmo magazine looks like this. Some hot girl showing her cleavage.

    If a guy's magazine has a cover like this, it's a gay mag.

    Even female porn is mostly about hot chicks.
    ?q=100&cci_ts=20110307175421

    Meanwhile, this guy was in half the porn movies made for men.

  • On 30 Oct 2014 in Liberal Hypocricy, while lesbian couple with black baby, Dan8267 said:

    Strategist says

    Dan8267 says

    I don't think you understand how lesbianism works. What makes a woman a lesbian having sexual desire towards other women, which by the way applies to like 99% of women whether or not they'll admit it before three drinks.

    bullshit!

    OK, I'm exaggerating slightly. But in all seriousness, scientific studies have shown that heterosexual women are largely bisexual. Yes, seriously.

    As anyone who's been to college knows, girls will make out with other girls to attract guys. Guys do not make out with other guys to attract girls.

    More than half of women are attracted to other women

    In a study carried out by Boise State University found that out of a group of 484 heterosexual women, 60 per cent were sexually attracted to other women; 45 per cent had kissed a woman and 50 per cent had fantasies about the same sex.

    Elizabeth Morgan, a professor of psychology at the Idaho-based university, whose studies are focused on same-sex attractions among heterosexuals, said her findings revealed that straight women often feel more than a friendly affection for other women.

    That's right. 45% of heterosexual women have kissed a woman and 50% had fantasies about the same sex. Strategist, when was the last time you, as a heterosexual male, kissed another guy or had sexual fantasies about man-on-man sex? Women are a lot more flexible when it comes to having short-term homosexual liaisons.

  • On 30 Oct 2014 in Liberal Hypocricy, while lesbian couple with black baby, Dan8267 said:

    APOCALYPSEFUCKisShostikovitch says

    What if he comes back with a few broken bones and lots of hair between his teeth?

    Then we send him back in!

  • On 30 Oct 2014 in Da Gubnah tells Dan to shut up, and the crowd goes wild!, Dan8267 said:

    New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie marked the second anniversary of Sandy with a tour of the Jersey Shore to check in on the rebuilding process of towns affected by the storm. In Belmar, the Republican got a hero's welcome as he walked down Main Street. People thanked him for his work after Sandy and voiced support for his controversial Ebola quarantine policy. But when the Governor got up to address the crowd, protesters stood up silently and help up signs criticizing the government's response to Sandy. When police came over to tell the protesters to put their signs down, that's when a yelling match ensued...

    Another case of the police pissing on the Constitution.

    No member of the audience should be allowed to disrupt a speech or presentation. However, signs are silent. To refuse to allow people to hold up signs is simply a violation of freedom of speech as evident by the fact that it is the content that is being silenced. Hold up an American flag or a positive poster of the politician giving the speech, and no police will tell you to put the sign down.

    If Christie was a real man, he would have taken the opportunity to debate that guy on the issue of whether or not he and the NJ government was doing enough to respond to hurricane Sandy.

    By the way, Christie should have done just that and he would have looked good because he did fight for NJ after Sandy. Specifically he fought against the 31 Senate Republicans who voted against hurricane Sandy relief hypocritically after getting similar relief in their home state.

    Christie called those Republicans out on their hypocrisy. Chris Christie Rips House GOP For Blocking Sandy Relief: ‘Shame On You’

    “There is only one group to blame for the continued suffering of these innocent victims: the House majority and their Speaker John Boehner (R-OH),” Christie declared. Historically, “disaster relief was something that you didn’t play games with, but now in this current atmosphere everything is a subject of one-upmanship,” he continued. “It is why the American people hate Congress.”

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