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Such a brilliant word 9 comments
1_puma · 15 hours ago
See, I’m from WI and only say that ironically . Maybe it’s more of a Minnesotan/Michigan thing.
They want your support only when it's benefiting them 11 comments
1_puma · 15 hours ago
I’m officially recruiting you into the Funsubsters family. Make an account when you are ready.
Making abortions illegal will just make them more dangerous and more expensive 82 comments
1_puma · 3 days ago
I’m talking post-birth, yo...though I do enjoy your passion, it was wasted.
Making abortions illegal will just make them more dangerous and more expensive 82 comments
1_puma · 3 days ago
By the way, I am not disagreeing with your point. I think if the father doesn’t want to be involved, he should have to pay child support. All I’m saying is why is my query being actively ignored?
*Edit: this is only for a pregnancy that they both wanted, not a rape scenario. Just so we are clear.
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Making abortions illegal will just make them more dangerous and more expensive 82 comments
1_puma · 3 days ago
And once again, the answering of “what about the mother paying child support if she doesn’t want the kid” is effectively dodged.
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It's always the French 4 comments
1_puma · 3 days ago
Bonjour, my name is Jacque Hameur. Honhonhonhonhonhonhonhon!
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Wisdom is knowing the difference 1 comments
1_puma · 3 days ago
Courage is carrying out an action with both high risk and reward. Stupidity is high risk, little-no reward, but carrying out the action anyway. Badassery is constantly being courageous, while winning the reward consistently.
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A 3 year old Barack Obama with his mother on Halloween, 1964 12 comments
1_puma · 3 days ago
Holy fuck, this was completely unprompted, and yet Obama supporters are the crazy ones? Get a hobby, damn. P.s. I was indifferent with Obama so don’t lump me in for the sake of your weird, sporadic agenda of Funsubstance. P.s.s. You’re calling people bitches over being downvoted...in case you weren’t aware of that.
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This is YOUR stupid prize YOU voted for in 2016 13 comments
1_puma · 3 days ago
Yes, but the numbers do not support a need for stricter laws. Igotzapped isn’t wrong in a minority of people setting, but is that how we should dictate what others can and can’t do? Both of the reasonings behind the groups he mentioned are definitely not in the majority. Just because you see something online, that does not mean those numbers are high. Not to mention, people are paid to run fake rallies and to have extreme views just so the “other side” gets less support. You failed to see anything I was saying initially...maybe read this and then reread my original comment.
This is YOUR stupid prize YOU voted for in 2016 13 comments
1_puma · 3 days ago
What a well-constructed, intelligent rebuttal. “Wrong”...with a downvote...wow, you’re absolutely right and have opened my eyes.
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Making abortions illegal will just make them more dangerous and more expensive 82 comments
1_puma · 3 days ago
What if the father wants it and the mother doesn’t? Will she have to pay child support? Not very likely. And I do enjoy how you went directly after the father. Your typical thinking is why we have counterintuitive laws such as these in the first place.
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Weird flex but ok 5 comments
1_puma · 3 days ago
I love the term “madlad”, there is just something so badass in the type of respect it carries.
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A 3 year old Barack Obama with his mother on Halloween, 1964 12 comments
1_puma · 3 days ago
Actually, he’s the skull and crossbones on the hat, you racist scum.
This is YOUR stupid prize YOU voted for in 2016 13 comments
1_puma · 3 days ago
You are skewing. First off, most abortions come from a need, it’s not a “hey, I think abortion is cool and I’m going to get one every week” sort of thing. Ask any girl that is open to abortion their reasons for potentially getting one; I bet you 99% will not tell you it’s for “birth control.” Plus, that’s a damn expensive form of birth control. Second, 4th-term abortion is not heavily pushed for. You are talking about a small portion of extremists. OR the mother’s/both her and baby’s lives are at risk, and termination is the only solution to save the mother. If you think we need more restrictive laws because of small groups of people’s reasonings, then your sense of justice, I think, is off-kilter. It’s the same logic as a teacher punishing the whole class for one kid’s outrageous behavior. That sort of “black and white” mentality has never served any country well.
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They don't call her the dockmaster for nothing 12 comments
1_puma · 3 days ago
Ok, I’m enrolling all 7b+ of us on Earth. Boy, your class is going to be full.
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@dr_richard_ew Ahh, memories 6 comments
1_puma · 3 days ago
I’ve always enjoyed your works, and I look forward to future pursuits.
They don't call her the dockmaster for nothing 12 comments
1_puma · 3 days ago
Easy to you =/= Easy to others
They don't call her the dockmaster for nothing 12 comments
1_puma · 3 days ago
She is quick, and the camera has a low frame rate.
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Tom Hardy being Tom Hardy 6 comments
1_puma · 3 days ago
No. Actions do speak louder than words. Even if he just does it for publicity, he is actively making them feel important. As long as he doesn’t slip, then it’s perceptually the same as if he did believe in this message. I personally think he believes in it.
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Sparkle with the devil in the pale moonlight 1 comments
1_puma · 3 days ago
As long as he’s not cringey about the latent anger acting, he should be fine.
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Obey jesus 9 comments
1_puma · 3 days ago
What if Satan had a cab and you hailed him that way? Does that constitute as worshiping the devil? TAXI!
They don't call her the dockmaster for nothing 12 comments
1_puma · 3 days ago
Aaaaaaaaace!!! You stinker.
What were you even thinking 10 comments
1_puma · 3 days ago
Is it possible Pattinson has true vigilante in his eyes? I think so. If he doesn’t let the public opinion get to him, I think he will rise above his Twilight roles.
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