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  Rin   ignore (7)   2020 May 6, 9:47pm     ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag      

Also, Gov Ventura has openly admitted to going to the Bunny Ranch in Nevada so he's not some hypocrite talking out of his ass about family values and such, reducing men to women's beast of burden.
  Rin   ignore (7)   2020 May 8, 1:22pm     ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag      

Ok, four weeks, playing with tits and counting!

This is amazing! For the longest time, society thought I'd succumb to its power and start my IRA distributions (or even non-taxed deferred distribution) with local women around me.

It failed! The Covid-19 lockdown of the Canadian Border

Has not stopped me from getting my hands and cock satisfied.
  Rin   ignore (7)   2020 May 8, 1:26pm     ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag      

marcus says
Admit it - you're a little disappointed.

How can you paint the lefties as commie tyrants if they want the economy to function too ? This totally messes with your narrative.

Not at all because at some point in time, the truth is more important than politics and that's that everyone needs to make money, including the so-called communists, the robber baron corporatists who need both cap gains and dividend distributions along with the rest of the general public in the middle.

This only doesn't apply to Bill Gates because MS software is still a monopoly on the desktop and thus, Gates needs nothing until his vaccination mandate goes global.
  Rin   ignore (7)   2020 May 9, 8:16pm     ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag      

First of all, no one should have an operation in Kalifornia.

It makes no sense ... a high tax state with what? Seriously, if one didn't grow up there, why are you there?

You can't tell me that transplanted workers, from the other 49 states, who're expected to work 70+ hr weeks, are taking advantage of some hokey culture in the region.

Sorry ppl, but that's the east coast, at least Boston was that, before the lockdown, along with a miriad of small college towns like Burlington VT, Ann Arbor MI, Austin TX, etc.

At best, these workers are using their limited free time to sleep and run errands and pay high rents in places where they don't spend any time, anyways.
  Rin   ignore (7)   2020 May 9, 8:48pm     ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag      

ad says
Its the Democrats effort to destroy the economy enough to damage Trump's reelection chances.

Ok, but like back in 2016, why are they focusing on a region, CA, which always votes Democratic? It's already a given that it'll go blue, regardless of the candidate.

The same for places like Massachusetts, New York, & DC.

If you want to create a disruption, focus in on Michigan, Wisconsin, Indiana, and Ohio.
  Rin   ignore (7)   2020 May 10, 6:51am     ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag      

ignoreme says
The only people I know living in the Bay Area (who aren’t natives with families) are H1Bs who don’t know any better and are required to live there by their company as a condition of their visa.

It’s insane. California has become the modern day southern plantation state. The wealthy investor class that lives in the area limits housing so that the only people willing to live in the area are modern day slaves working 70+ hours a week under threat of deportation under H1B visa rules to support their impoverished family back home. Any small amount of actual physical goods they produce they manufacture in China or Vietnam or whatever country is offering the lowest priced slaves. All the while they lecture the rest of us about what racist fools we are for voting for Trump.

When my hedge fund was looking to build out a 2nd stateside backoffice ... our target was Ann Arbor Michigan because one, there was a plethora of college students and graduates who could work there and two, we wouldn't have to pay top east coast, Boston-to-NYC like salaries, to build out a group which could service our clients in the same timezone.

If my friend didn't finish his degree and leave Univ of Michigan, it would have happened.

Aside from let's say Anchorage Alaska or Cheyenne Wyoming, California was the last place we wanted to move to.
  Rin   ignore (7)   2020 May 10, 8:44am     ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag      

Ceffer says
Has Elon seen the wisdom of Rin Wah Law and vowed to keep only a single RealDoll?

In theory, cash along with a RealDoll, if one's not in a place like Amsterdam, Bangkok, or Rio, is all that a guy needs.

I mean really, why buy a car, when you can order limo service?

Stay at a 5 star hotel with a jacuzzi, instead of buying one's own.

And then, if you need to get from place to place, use NetJets instead of being stuck at some lame airport.
  Rin   ignore (7)   2020 May 11, 4:59pm     ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag      

Ok ppl, it's official. When the travel ban is over, I will not be going up to Montreal for at least a full business quarter after we're OK'ed for travel.

This is a part of my whole FUCK YOU! attitude towards a society, which thought it could force me to part with my funds with stateside skanks in dating and other rentier activities.

It's only made my resolve greater just like when the TV talk show hosts trash talk Trump, find that it only emboldens his stance.
  Rin   ignore (7)   2020 May 11, 6:54pm     ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag      

Well, in time, Matt McMullen will have the gyrating hips in his RealDoll, not just the headpiece.
  Rin   ignore (7)   2020 May 13, 1:33pm     ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag      

It's only been some 15 years, when if you said that you weren't in accordance with outsourcing, that you were either a 'liberal' or a communist.

And then, you had these idiots with liberal arts degrees in finance (paper shufflers, not even elite prop traders), making fun of you because engineering jobs were being sent to China, India, and eastern Europe.
  Rin   ignore (7)   2020 May 13, 4:08pm     ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag      

Yes, there's stuff for the non-boinkers

And the day spa and pool ...

  Rin   ignore (7)   2020 May 13, 4:08pm     ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag      

As long as you don't boink, you can bring the spouse.
  Rin   ignore (7)   2020 May 13, 7:17pm     ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag      

But for us single guys, don't forget the main course ...

  Rin   ignore (7)   2020 May 13, 8:21pm     ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag      

Aside from Patrick Hernandez's "Born to be Alive" track listed, the others seem to be somewhat average.

Here are some of the more stellar tracks from the age of disco ...

Thelma Houston's (not related to Whitney Houston) "Don't Leave Me This Way"

  Rin   ignore (7)   2020 May 13, 8:23pm     ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag      

Boston's own diva, Donna Summer, "I Feel Love"

  Rin   ignore (7)   2020 May 13, 8:23pm     ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag      

Gloria Gaynor's "I Will Survive"

  Rin   ignore (7)   2020 May 13, 8:23pm     ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag      

And my dad's generation's artist's swan song, Frankie Valli (a junior AARP by the time of disco), "Grease"

  Rin   ignore (7)   2020 May 13, 8:25pm     ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag      

And while I hate 'Saturday Night Fever', I think Yvonne Elliman's "If I Can't Have You" makes it tolerable.

  Rin   ignore (7)   2020 May 13, 8:34pm     ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag      

Speaking of Kool & the Gang, their best track (though less played on the radio, even in compilations, and didn't sound like a lot of their other stuff), was actually around the time of Prince's 'Purple Rain'


  Rin   ignore (7)   2020 May 13, 8:52pm     ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag      

Hey, is someone stealing my Asian titty gals? ...

  Rin   ignore (7)   2020 May 13, 8:56pm     ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag      

Patrick says
Rin says
Aside from Patrick Hernandez's "Born to be Alive" track

Yeah, that one and its video were touching somehow.

A.K.A, the greatest disco song ever.
  Rin   ignore (7)   2020 May 13, 9:06pm     ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag      

Basically, the music of the 21st century sucks, in comparison to ANY decade before it ... the 90s, the 80s, the 70s, the 60s, and even the pre-Buddy Holly 50s.
  Rin   ignore (7)   2020 May 14, 9:50pm     ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag      

Also from The Spinners, "Working My Way Back To You"

I was not even 1 year old, during its release, and only a few years later, I could recognize good music on the classic pop re-play stations.

In contrast, can anyone say the same for the 2000s and the 2010s? ... two complete loser decades of music.
  Rin   ignore (7)   2020 May 15, 12:51pm     ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag      

And here's the most overplayed song of that era. Unfortunately, it suffered the state of Phil Collin's "In the Air Tonight" or the Police's "Every Breath You Take", where constant non-stop play, for nearly a decade, took it down a notch for posterity.

Sister Sledge's "We Are Family"

  Rin   ignore (7)   2020 May 15, 1:18pm     ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag      

Steve Miller's Greatest Hits (which didn't include his swan song, "Abracadabra") was a staple of the 80s, up until the 90s, long after Miller stopped producing hits.
  Rin   ignore (7)   2020 May 15, 7:17pm     ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag      

clambo says
Morgan Stanley had sold him a lot of bullshit stocks, like Russia oil and gas, Brazil and other foreign stocks which I sold. He lost some capital but I got him out before it all turned to shit luckily.

Huh? Outside of a sham firms like Jordan Belfort's "Wolf Of Wall Street", the average investment advise is simply the S&P500, not some futures in post-Soviet oil exploration.

I mean the dumbest investor in the world can simply read the S&P list and pick the ones which he's familiar with like Coca-Cola, AT&T, Proctor & Gamble, Johnson & Johnson, Con Edison, 3M, Colgate-Palmolive, Raytheon, etc, and forget the rest.
  Rin   ignore (7)   2020 May 15, 9:51pm     ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag      

Ok, here's the person who'd transitioned the disco era, into its next phase, new wave plus dance ... Debbie Harry.

A.K.A. the greatest female singer/songwriter/frontwoman of all time.

This was the last hit song of the disco era, prior to its morphing into dance/pop ...

"Heart Of Glass"

  Rin   ignore (7)   2020 May 18, 7:58pm     ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag

Rin says
KgK one says
Also imagine if they incorporated voice and she had basic convos and moaning sound.

I think you're talking about the base case "Harmony" AI model, which is already in its beta form. Someone posted a video on it ...

KgK one says
While u still remember, When u went to Montreal, who did u find hoes? Is there a website? Or u searched street.

There's no imagination needed. And no, one should never prowl the streets.

You can get lucky with the strip clubs in and around Rue St Catherine or if you don't want to leave...

You can get lucky with the strip clubs in and around Rue St Catherine or if you don't want to leave your hotel, just do an internet search (use a VPN) ...

  Rin   ignore (7)   2020 May 19, 11:36am     ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag      

CBOEtrader says
i bet she cheats on him

That's why doors have locks.

But yes, it looks like Rin Wah Law is mainstream. I'm telling you, just like The Code of Hammurabi was for the ancient world, and the Magna Carta for the middle ages, Rin Wah Law is for the information age.
  Rin   ignore (7)   2020 May 19, 11:37am     ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag

Excerpt: "In ancient times, before Cyrus the Great, Pericles of Athens, and Julius Caesar, the world transitioned from an agrarian-only to a mix of urban and agrarian societies. The Code of Hammurabi was an essential component of how a civilization evolved from its antecedent to its successor. Yes, this was a long time back.

Likewise, in medieval times, the power of the king (and the king only) was limited to a governing set of principles which the Magna Carta had established, making the nobles and the king accountable to the same body of laws. In the centuries following, this evolved into a limited monarchy with a Parliamentary form of govt.

Rin-Wah Law, were men are allowed to fuck w/o palimony/alimony, and be able to focus on their work and hobbies, will unleash the greatest creative minds out there. It will be a time like no other."
  Rin   ignore (7)   2020 May 19, 9:47pm     ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag      

CBOEtrader says

I bet they could build blowjob bot, but wont for liability.

Stop living in the 20th century. I'll bet that the base Harmony headpiece (since its current incarnation is still beta) will be BJ enabled by 2025.
  Rin   ignore (7)   2020 May 20, 11:20am     ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag      

theoakman says
Those fucking writers must have owned stock in that company

Doesn't matter because it's off patent and thus, doesn't generate the beaucoop dollars anymore, otherwise, Bayer would be forever rich on Aspirin alone, as nearly every other elderly person takes 50 mg a day as a vasodilator. The CVS & Walgreen generic knock offs have killed Aspirin's profit margins for several generations.

And along with the HCQ/Malaria pill, there's also the heartburn pill, Tagamet (made of Cimetidine), which is also off patent, over-the-counter, and has been used by Shingles sufferers to reduce the time of the viral recurrence.
  Rin   ignore (7)   2020 May 20, 2:06pm     ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag      

Rin says
also off patent, over-the-counter, and has been used by Shingles sufferers to reduce the time of the viral recurrence

FYI, the Shingles vaccine shot costs ~$300, whereas a 30 cap bottle of generic Cimetidine goes for $15.
  Rin   ignore (7)   2020 May 20, 7:45pm     ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag      

ignoreme says

Not saying it can't work. I know of a few home school success stories, but for most kids I think the experience runs the gamut from mixed bag to child abuse.

That's because many parents are mediocre.

When I was a kid, if I wanted to take a Harvard class, ala night time extension program, I'd have to shell out a lot of cash even to audit it, w/o credit. Realize back then, even the handful of online content required funds upfront.

Right now, that same version of me can get it either from EdX, Coursera, or YouTube. There's even no need for an "active" Harvard University itself, to do such a thing, as a lot of material is already archived.
  Rin   ignore (7)   2020 May 20, 7:49pm     ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag      

zzyzzx says
CBOEtrader says
Maybe, but ive never seen a feminist w tits like that.

WAY more attractive than 95% of the women available in the dating pool.

Believe it or not but playing with big tits everyday, w/o the unnecessary pillow talk, makes the whole shutdown thing more tolerable.

This guy knows what he's doing, as I grab boobs all day long with my own RealDoll.
  Rin   ignore (7)   2020 May 20, 8:27pm     ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag      

ignoreme says
I guess I’d rather take the average, find a decent school district and trust the experts.

The problem is that the average will become underachievers in life, unless they're sort of business savvy outside of academics.

The so-called experts do not have a way of inspiring the youth.

I recall one of my friends, who'd encouraged his daughter, via my recommendation, to do a Harvard literature course online when she was only 13-14, pass/fail. Well, with a great deal of effort, she was able to keep up and when the course was over, she opted for homeschooling over regular high school. In other words, her confidence was spurned by virtue of simply being able to keep up at the Big H, a school which many ppl get rejected from regularly. No dickweed HS socialist instructor could keep her down with his antics after that.

Anyways, she's in college today and not even an adult.
  Rin   ignore (7)   2020 May 24, 6:08am     ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag      

Fortwaynemobile says
Why would you wear a mask?

Right now, there are at least 3 cities in the greater Boston area which will fine one up to $300 for not wearing one in public.
  Rin   ignore (7)   2020 May 24, 4:06pm     ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag      

just_dregalicious says
exhales their general direction.

Are you a Monty Python "Holy Grail" fan?
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