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5010   Patrick   2022 Nov 10, 4:05pm  

At least he was consistent in wielding a knife rather than a gun.
5012   DD214   2022 Nov 11, 2:57am  

5013   DD214   2022 Nov 11, 3:03am  

5014   DD214   2022 Nov 11, 4:18pm  

5015   DD214   2022 Nov 11, 4:18pm  

5017   DD214   2022 Nov 11, 11:49pm  

5018   DD214   2022 Nov 11, 11:56pm  

5020   DD214   2022 Nov 12, 3:43pm  

5022   DD214   2022 Nov 13, 12:47am  

5028   Ceffer   2022 Nov 14, 10:09pm  

Patrick says

Lol!

But male instructors had more incidents of blue balls, however, they suffered fewer divorces.
5030   DD214   2022 Nov 15, 5:39am  

5031   DD214   2022 Nov 15, 5:39am  

5032   DD214   2022 Nov 15, 5:40am  

5034   DD214   2022 Nov 16, 5:16am  

5035   DD214   2022 Nov 16, 5:17am  

5036   Tenpoundbass   2022 Nov 16, 6:11am  

Ceffer says





I was at Home Depot yesterday, and I was going to ask this fugly woman where I could find 1/2 lock washers for nipple box connectors, and I needed some 12/2 Romex from the cage. When I got further to it, it looked like Alex Jones with a wig, and Bitch Tits, also wearing a skirt. In a low voice he said, "It's my second day, but I'll find out for you."
He came back and showed me the location for the locknuts and had the key for the cage. I said "Thanks Man" after I was squared away, and was walking away.
I was waiting to hear to it squealing, "It's Ma'am you hear ma'am!" To which I would have said, I don't call anyone Ma'am with a lower baritone voice than mine.
5037   DD214   2022 Nov 16, 11:44am  

5038   DD214   2022 Nov 16, 11:44am  

5039   DD214   2022 Nov 16, 11:54am  

5040   Ceffer   2022 Nov 16, 1:07pm  

Tenpoundbass says


"It's Ma'am you hear ma'am!" To which I would have said, I don't call anyone Ma'am with a lower baritone voice than mine.

Getting my ass stomped by a vicious, psychotic tranny isn't on my bucket list. I consulted the huge, black, utterly fearsome tranny beast with long, fake glitter nails at Goodwill to pick colors and fit for items, and it liked me for that, and didn't demand that I put the cream on my skin.
5041   richwicks   2022 Nov 16, 1:20pm  

Ceffer says

Tenpoundbass says



"It's Ma'am you hear ma'am!" To which I would have said, I don't call anyone Ma'am with a lower baritone voice than mine.

Getting my ass stomped by a vicious, psychotic tranny isn't on my bucket list. I consulted the huge, black, utterly fearsome tranny beast with long, fake glitter nails at Goodwill to pick colors and fit for items, and it liked me for that, and didn't demand that I put the cream on my skin.


I would have just walked out. I regard these people as having a mental illness, and although at 30 I'd cope with it, at 50, I won't.

I have sympathy with these people, or once did. The idea that they are actively indoctrinating children is where I've drawn the line. This isn't right or fair for children. The idea that you can transform to a woman or a man by surgery and injections is false. There are people with real intersex conditions, but the rest of it, it appears to be in the mind, and it does appear to be spreading culturally.
5042   Onvacation   2022 Nov 16, 8:18pm  

The pig says...
5043   DD214   2022 Nov 18, 12:29pm  

5045   richwicks   2022 Nov 18, 1:50pm  

Patrick says




Maybe I should go vegetarian again. It's just a big dog. I wouldn't eat a dog.
5046   Patrick   2022 Nov 18, 3:27pm  

I had that same thought. Definitely a sentient and playful creature.

I used to think chickens are just brain dead and therefore fine to raise and slaughter in factories. But then we had chickens, and we realized they all have distinct "chickenalities" kind of like personalities. There's definitely somebody home in each one of them. So now we're just about the only meat eaters I know who don't eat chicken.

It's not so much the eating of chicken or other creatures that bothers me, it's the circumstances of their lives and deaths.
5047   FortwayeAsFuckJoeBiden   2022 Nov 18, 4:07pm  

Patrick says

I had that same thought. Definitely a sentient and playful creature.

I used to think chickens are just brain dead and therefore fine to raise and slaughter in factories. But then we had chickens, and we realized they all have distinct "chickenalities" kind of like personalities. There's definitely somebody home in each one of them. So now we're just about the only meat eaters I know who don't eat chicken.

It's not so much the eating of chicken or other creatures that bothers me, it's the circumstances of their lives and deaths.


the trick with abimals if you raise them for slaughter is to name them after food. pig named pork chop, or chicken named drum stick. by time you have to do it, you are used to the fact.

egg layers get regular names though
5048   richwicks   2022 Nov 18, 4:15pm  

Patrick says


I had that same thought. Definitely a sentient and playful creature.

I used to think chickens are just brain dead and therefore fine to raise and slaughter in factories. But then we had chickens, and we realized they all have distinct "chickenalities" kind of like personalities. There's definitely somebody home in each one of them. So now we're just about the only meat eaters I know who don't eat chicken.

It's not so much the eating of chicken or other creatures that bothers me, it's the circumstances of their lives and deaths.


The other side of this equation, is they wouldn't exist otherwise, and I did dog rescue - the worst thing I've ever done was to kill my dogs, but it was also the most merciful thing I've done. But I can't repeat it.

I can say this, if I have to kill an animal, it should be painless, and they can never know I did it. I had that ability with my dogs. They loved the vet. But, my last dog I had to put down was in 2017, and I still feel shitty about what I had to do. My other dog was in 2014, and I feel worse about that. I love dogs, but that was a trauma I don't want to go through again. I know I gave them an easy death, but what a shitty thing I did.

I still remember when I took them in that I thought they would be dying around me being 45, but that was so far away.. Now my own death doesn't seem so far away.

They just aren't machines are they?

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