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EndangeredShark

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  1. Sorry, I forgot that it's incredibly difficult to be a parent and talk to the school about this day? You clearly do care anyways because you don't want your kids involved in your fake scenario because you want ask the school what this day is about. Missed my point Molly, be a parent and find out about this day instead of assuming and getting outraged. Then come back and tell us and then get outraged. I don't disagree, I just also don't care because there are bigger scourges on society.
  2. What the fuck is wrong with you and everyone involved.
  3. Do you hear yourself. Why on earth would it be about accepting illegals and even if it is, you ever think it's just about teaching kids with intolerable, racist parents to just treat other people with some respect. Keep your kids off school if you don't like it, or better yet ask the school what this is about? Don't make assumptions that could be detrimental to how you are seen in society and approach the school and ask what this will fully be about! Don't make assumptions that could be detrimental to your kids infact. Just ask. You're the parent. You're literally pulling shit out of your arse to be angry about because you won't ask the school or keep your kids off school for the day, don't give me any bullshit that you already did because you would've posted it.
  4. Oh honey, we dont talk about base game sims. We all know that sims is only good because of its creators. Same with second life.
  5. I am further left than before. Mostly just found myself disagreeing or strongly disagreeing. Felt a little americancentric again.
  6. tbh with you, if youre going back to the recent topics at the front, then is their a point in clubs other then for the nsfw section? I like the clubs, theyre very clean and easy to use, but the organization is a bit messy with them, it's very hard, at least i find, on mobile to find threads because i just get all the threads that have been commented on recently, which doesn't really leave room for much else.
  7. I forgot about this thread. Businesses do have the right to refuse, that has never, ever been brought into question at all but unless youre actively gonna start making women do a pregnancy test, and you can't and even if you could some contraceptives will give a false positive, so again, you can't, to buy booze, you cannot tell if a women is pregnant or not just from a look over the counter. The only way to regulate it is by bringing in laws, at which point, you may aswell bring in laws to stop people buying enough booze to drive over the legal limit. There is no end in sight with that type of legislation but there is no other way that you can actually stop selling alcohol to pregnant women. ANY business can refuse service to ANYONE, that has never been disputed at all, a business absolutely can refuse service to a women they think is pregnant. Businesses should not be treated like political entities when we start telling them and giving them powers on who and what to sell, we lose our ability of choice. They are there to make money and the people who run them can decide who and what to sell to the general public, but you shouldn't want to place power into entities like this because they will just do what they can to make money, that means siding with political views that will make them money, but the realism of it is they should really remain neutral... That's what they are created for, to provide and sell, not become a political minefield. So unless you want something to be brought in, what is the point of this thread because businesses already do have the rights that you said, a person behind the til can do what you said... Just expect outrage from the general public for doing so and you, as a person, employee, stand by your morals when it hits the media. I don't ever believe in handing powers over to big businesses because they won't have majority of the population in mind.
  8. Personally, I think i am a nice person. Whether others agree is a different matter all together. I don't particularly care if i am viewed as nice or not. I know the image i want out there and if people think I am nice, it is an added bonus to a brand I like to think I already have. I think being nice is treating people with a basic level of decency and respect. I think being nice is just a natural thing, saying thank you to the cashier and asking how their day is, investing your time into your friends well being. I think everyone is inherently nice, but I think it's something that is placed on the back burner in the hustle and bustle of the world. Don't get me wrong, if someone does you wrong then fuck it, that goes out the window, but I like to think at least trying to be good and a nice person helps others around you. I prefer honesty over niceness anyday, but i find that it is very easy to disguise those two things as one. It is very easy to be use "niceness" as a way of being honest and using "honesty" as niceness in a way to be vindictive, nasty and horrible.
  9. Which is what I disagree with, a business isn't human, it is to provide a service and while those humans behind it get to choose what and who to sell too, the business itself doesn't without negative or positive feedback... Putting moral decisions in the hands of big business reduce your rights because you are no longer choosing. My comment about law was a flip away thing, if any of the things I mentioned were a problem, they would already be in place and if it is, in much stricter implements, a business is there to provide a service and make money that is it. If we treat businesses like we do already for our own errors it's just handing power over that really doesn't belong there. I agree with you though, it is unrealistic to assume and will cause more issues for the business and even if they could ban the sale of alcohol to pregnant women consumer rights and a whole lot of other shit would then kick in so what exactly is there to debate? They can say yes and no and I think that's all any business should do when it comes to this study.
  10. Simple Answer: No. I think this can lead to far deeper issues in which the baby is more important than the mother. Of course you should not be drinking or smoking for that matter when you have a child, we know the detrimental impact both things can have and especially with drinking the outcome, however, restricting their right to buy something because you don't agree with it will genuinely lead to new problems we already face. It removes the decision from the pregnant lady based on your morals and I don't agree with that. We are already facing a similar dilemma where boots has increased its price for the morning after pill and reasons given are basically to police women into having safer sex or considering their options by increasing their price range, the way I see it is that you're making decisions on behalf of people because of your moral alignment and it is unsafe and it is dangerous to do so and while drinking while pregnant is also unsafe and dangerous to do so it is a different type and i think more detrimental, you're basically telling people, as big business, that they are unable to take care of themselves, make their own decisions and big business should do it for them, but as long as theyre paying for this service then what right, besides price hikes which will put you in a bad light, do you have to do that? It starts with junk food and contraception but where does it end? If anything, I think, like with all regulations, and these should be put on men, aswell, that a certain amount of alcohol can only purchased at a time,. We need to stop putting more emphasis on an unborn childs life when people, already here are dying because of somebodies drinking problem around it isn't given even half as much thought as it is to what women do with their bodies during the duration of a pregnancy, hell women arent given as much thought as their pregnancies are. Put regulations in place, it would genuinely protect us all. On the other hand though, we need to stop blaming big business for problems that have existed in our society for a long time, every single person can make a choice on what they want to put into their bodies and while advertising can help you make that decision, ultimately, it is your decision to do so. Advertising, yes, is there to make you want to buy unhealthy food, but it is also their to make you want to buy healthy food, it is there to make you drink and also to seek help to quit and in the end it is your decision which one you choose... If we keep blaming supermarkets and big business for all of our problems, we are just putting powers into their hands that we very much so have, we lose our ability to choose what we want to do. We remove all blame from us and put it into businesses that are just their to make money and will use our blame to fuel their own agendas.
  11. Ok guys. After talking to some people, i have decided to call out Thor. Some of you may know him as Blake, others may know him as Bryanna's husband, but myself and a few others think this would be the best way to approach some of his problematic behaviour. They decided to remain anonymous because they didn't want the backlash that is going to come from this! Where to begin! Blake has been around for some years and it has come to my attention that he has just been getting away with stuff. He plays the victim but is actually a deceitful, duplicitous and evil man, he pits people against eachother by pretending to be your friend and then bitching about you behind his so called friends back. I have watched this happen for years and I cannot stand by and watch this man do this anymore. He once DDOS'd someone for saying metal is lame, he cannot accept you like different music to him and I have tried to convince him that it is ok to like music other than metal, but he is convinced that the only good music, is the sound of iron clanging against steel... While that is technically metal, it is NOT the genre of metal. He once stabbed his own brother in the leg for playing Justin Beiber... He is truly despicable. He is an abliest abuser, he says he is crazy, but as a joke and this is highly offensive to those with actual mental disorders and he says he doesn't care if it is offensive, but he is actively triggering the mentally ill by faking his craziness. He also wants eugenics in place to remove the white race and put the natives back in power... Despite claiming to be crazy without a care, he is a sociopath for loving drama, he always says that he wants to be removed from the narrative while basking in the drama he has caused. He is an abuser, he is crazy... but not the crazy he is claiming to be, that's albeist. He loves drama so much that he will actively abuse people just to get his fill. He will actively try to trigger victims of bullying and bully survivors for his own sick thrills! This could extend to threatening their lives, gathering their home addresses and sending them mail. He loves gore and violence, if you hadnt already guessed that by the way he is so free with those stabbing hand, this man loves to draw gore and violence, he thinks this is acceptable to draw characters of sweet tv shows in horrid situations... It is despicable and makes me feel uneasy to know that he thinks he has the right to do that to anything. He knows that this is wrong, he has said numerous times this is wrong but he continues onwards anyway... Does he have no conscience? When he takes alignment tests, they always come back choatic evil... I can say no more on this. he thinks that if you want to be friends with him you are being to clingy and emotional, he will ignore you, abuse you and disrespect you until you get the hint to avoid him and then when you do so, wonders why you are avoiding him and persues you for answers, aggressively and abusively... this is ableist and triggering. He is also kinphobic, he thinks that it is ridiculous and hilarious actively mocking those who believe their dragon donkesy... Again, extremely ableist and disgusting behaviour. All in all, i think you agree that the evidence is over-whelming... Thor is a crazy, sociopathic kinphobic disrespectful human being who CANNOT be allowed to get away with his behaviour anymore, he will not change, he will never see why he is so wrong all the time and I think this is the best method in showing the world the true him... Screenshots will follow when my computer is fixed.
  12. THIS IS WHERE HE ADMITS TO IT ALL.
  13. Think it just shows how shitty he actually is. Here's the thing, you should never live beyond your means and many of his fans will be living pay cheque to pay cheque. So to then ask for even more money when 7k would be enough to cover his bills with spare change is disgusting, he has no excuse to continue to ask for more money. All this shows to me is this is a man who thinks he's entitled to this money and won't do anything to reduce his lifestyle but rather take more money when he's already doing pretty well for himself. He cannot money manage and it'll ruin him and his family. Personal feelings aside and professional head on. Ryan is absolutely right, this isnt a good business move, I don't imagine this will garner more money, 50c isnt a lot but an ongoing charge is something that puts people off and he now has to play it very carefully as if his younger fans ask their parents and they don't agree with his content, he's not getting that money, but he isnt going to censor himself either for it... It will put him under a lot more scrutiny and I think he might end up losing more than he's gaining from this. If I was Greg, I'd consider getting someone to manage his money for him, YouTube is a business, his career and as far as I can see, is that if he has to keep asking for it, he cannot keep himself afloat. I think he needs to sit down with his bank and figure his shit out... Unless, you know he's lying and is doing just fine and has always done so and just knows he can milk the public for more money because that's all he's ever cared about.
  14. I honestly love this and can't wait! I too played that. Its gonna be great!
  15. They made the 'immortal iron fist' likable. I enjoyed it, few things were off and I wish they all met each other sooner but yeah... Was p.good
  16. Y'all are one step closer to waiting another year for this if you watch it.
  17. I didnt really enjoy it, it just felt messy in places and misguided, I still watched it all and it did get better but it was a hard old slog to get through. I also found it odd that the main guy actually doesn't have a lot of fighting experience and it showed, compared to the rest of the cast who have more experience, the iron fist was sluggish, slow and hard to watch when it came to his fight scenes and I wonder if the choice a gots actor because hype over someone who cab act and fight, I also found the story to be just awful. It had its fantastic moments with some of the fight scenes , but I dunno it got boring quick. I have nothing bad to say towards the acting choices past up there, but I just found it sooo difficult to get through, I just think that it was subpar to what's already been produced. Also, everyone knows the order the shows go by in date, is the order they go by in excellence.
  18. So I think that we all probably grew up where the internet was just getting its jets going, when I was in school 8 years ago they would often tell us they can't do anything about online bullying unless it was brought onto school grounds and even then what can you do past banning websites or excluding a pupil it'll still continue. But that was at least what they said when I was 16 and online bullying wasn't a thing. Personally, I think the internet is probably one of the easiest places to get away from it and if it continues in school and you're being bullied in school the schools can then sort it out if they aren't incompetent, but that all depends on if they stop their online campaign. I know high school is different and having recently reconnected with my fathers brother and his family on a more personal level, I've seen some horrible things posted about my 16 year old cousin, I've seen people post other girls rape cases online all because they didn't believe their friend could do it for their friend to be found guilty and watched the hate, which couldn't be escaped because it seeped into her real life, my cousin got harassed non stop and her life threatened, all because she blocked a boy who couldn't take no for an answer, I've watched their mothers make them both apologise online because their behaviour was disgraceful. I think though that's the fine line between aging into an adult, where you don't really care about what you're doing and you'll make mistakes regarding other people but you will regret what you did. When you're a teen dealing with both social and online all in one it can get toxic very quickly and the only thing that you can do is remove and block and hope they give up. All in all, it is just bullying verging on harassment on this level and when you are in school I think that there needs to be a level of online safety the schools are taking with you to protect you, at least in school hours and if it is a police case being exposed that's still being undertaken then they should do more to protect both sides in these cases too. If you're an adult still undertaking these activities, that's a whole heap of why haven't you grown up? Theres a difference between a joke and a barrage of abuse and it is sad to see that you're in your 20s for instance and you still haven't realised you're behaving like a 14 year old and if your behaviour and you are ever found out, you could lose a lot more than your anonymity online. If you're an adult who thinks you're suffering from cyber bullying, its your job to learn that you are in control of the way people act towards you, you can block them, remove them as your friends, you can erase these people and if it continues into ongoing harassment then get the police involved, but a joke you don't like isnt bullying, an argument that didn't go your way isnt bullying, how people act towards you isnt bullying and how people change towards you isnt bullying and that's your job to assess and decide what you can and cannot cope with. As an adult, I definitely feel like theres no excuse to bully or be bullied online, I feel there is only harassment, but as a teen in school, I do think its harder to avoid and fix.
  19. Not come around, I still think Tories are self obsessed and disconnected despite what they support or don't support, I just support strong people who don't quake at their principles being questioned and I feel as politicians are for the people, she actually some what represents that.
  20. She is the ONLY Tory mp I support, actually caring about the future past London and how it benefits us all and she's what all the parties need, a fresh faced non Londoner who believes in equality for all and is scrappy enough to fight what she believes in, not just those living in and around one city.
  21. a woyote obviously
  22. A woyote!!!!!
  23. no, a Woyote
  24. Woyote
  25. Of course it makes a lot of sense but making the title "ai uses shortened English that looks like gibberish to communicate more efficiently" isnt gonna get those clicks.
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