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@Patrick, in an attempt to help you reach your goal of cleaning up the site, I tried to mark posts 5,7,8 as uncivil as they are aimed at attacking a person rather than an idea, and can be deemed uncivil as their intent is to be inflammatory, but the uncivil button is gone. What gives?
errc says@Patrick, in an attempt to help you reach your goal of cleaning up the site, I tried to mark posts 5,7,8 as uncivil as they are aimed at attacking a person rather than an idea, and can be deemed uncivil as their intent is to be inflammatory, but the uncivil button is gone. What gives?You’ve abused the uncivil button recently by placing too many civil post into jail, so your access has been temporarily removed. Next time don’t abuse it.
I can’t answer a question if you refuse to post the question. In my Venezuela thread I answered all of your questions so I’m not sure which questions I dodged.
I don't have a dog in the fight @Patrick but @errc is right on these comments if we're going to take the rules as stated. I actually found Strat's post pretty funny on this thread, so I don't personally mind them, but we're on a slippery slop here. Can there be a humor element to it? Probably not. I don't interpret this as Strat "attacking" Dan or Jazz, and I think they would admit that. But when taking the comments at their face value, it could be considered an attack by an outsider that hasn't read this forum. We're fully engulfed in the dark underbelly of moderation. I'm not sure what the other side looks like, but these comments are a perfect example of a gray area.
As long as they don't recruit Realtor's.
How much do you want to train someone to jam a bayonet through a raghead's face?
Dont\'t think you would need much training. Just offer a $50.00 reward, and you would have a whole industry spring up.
Strategist saysDont\'t think you would need much training. Just offer a $50.00 reward, and you would have a whole industry spring up.Or charge people for the chance to KILL! RAGHEADS! on AVENGE! 9/11! tours.
Strategist saysThe magic number should be when the kid is completely done with education, working, and saves up enough to get their own home.Unfortunately, that's a problem (and why that chart has grown). They CAN'T save for their own home, so that's why they're living with mommy and daddy into their 30's. They need to leave right after college and go rent. There isn't a better motivator to improve and advance in your job than having to deal with a landlord that's NOT mom and dad.
The magic number should be when the kid is completely done with education, working, and saves up enough to get their own home.
Living in mom and dad’s basement? More like refitting one of the rooms in my house so they can move in with me. You know, since they didn’t plan for retirement and can’t possibly maintain a household on SS alone. When my dad can’t work anymore they’ll have to live somewhere. I’m mostly referring to the government pensions that Boomers awarded themselves which are on track to bankrupt state after state after city. And Daddy Trump is going to help them do it because Boomers are his strongest supporters. And as for the idea of kicking out your kids at 18... maybe you were a shitty dad who thinks of kids as just a burden one must tolerate as a result of having sex. I think of my kids as a blessing, family, and friends for life. If they need help getting started, I’m going to do what I can, whether that means paying for college, giving them a place to live, or paying for a few peripherals to allow them to succeed, I’ll do it. My kids are my life and I would never kick them out.
The problem with parents today is that want to be their kid's best friend, instead of being a PARENT and preparing them for adult hood
It's worse than that, they moved back to the state and bought a house within 2 miles of us. They're over here (with my grandkids) all the time. And guess what, we actually have a "time out" corner that's been used for the grandkids a few times. Isn't that being really mean? Yet, those grandkids want to come over ALL the time and never want to leave. Such mean grandparents