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Modern arranged marriages 11 comments
ardinola · 1 week ago
What is this from?
Modern arranged marriages 11 comments
ardinola · 1 week ago
What is this from?
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I'm tired of this privilege 59 comments
ardinola · 6 weeks ago
They weren’t responding to American tax policy though. Your sarcasm @famousone doesn’t help your case here. @mrfahrenheit was taking their experience and directly applying it to a line of work. I print shirts and if the topic came up I’d be fairly comfortable taking my American experience of it to Australia or Ireland or any other country without being discounted simply for not being the absolute same situation
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That awkward moment . 5 comments
ardinola · 6 weeks ago
Unintentional discharges like this often result in a secondary shot when the shooter’s grip tightens rapidly to control excessive recoil. Unfortunately the first shot can leave the barrel pointed at the shooter in some cases, which has made the common second shot fire back at the shooter. There are too many reported cases of death as a result of these situations at ranges. These are usually mitigated with a range supervisor keeping an eye out for safety tactics from inexperienced shooters. But this guy looks in charge!
That awkward moment . 5 comments
ardinola · 6 weeks ago
There are so many things wrong here I don’t even know where to begin... 1) finger on the trigger, 2) gun in hand with no intention to shoot, 3) we’ll give him a pass on leaving safety off with what looks like a revolver but makes points 1 & 2 even more crucial, 4) why is he fidgeting so much?, 5) gun not pointed down range properly, 6) not a good enough grip on the gun to keep recoil under control, 7) he keeps talking after the shot instead of addressing it, 8) improper stance...
Happy Nov 5. Or not happy. I really don’t know 15 comments
ardinola · 6 weeks ago
Guest_ I might not always agree with you but ho boy do you have a way of providing great information
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Cute 4 comments
ardinola · 9 weeks ago
More please
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Smoke from TEAR GAS over a college campus, CUHK, in Hong Kong, where the police entered 3 comments
ardinola · 13 weeks ago
Tear gas doesn’t crate black smoke. That’s something burning. Hong Kong is being abused by the Chinese Communist party in so many ways that deserve legitimate criticism, so let’s not let fake crap that’s provable to be fake take center stage. It ends up just looking better because China can irrevocably deny what’s being said bad about them.
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Peaceful protestors in l.A 22 comments
ardinola · 13 weeks ago
Marginalized group: Doesn’t like being generalized as a whole for the actions of a few and abused for who they inherently are and cannot change.
Marginalized group: Generalizes a minority group of the population as a whole based on the actions of a smaller subset of the group just because of their job.
Yeah seems PERFECTLY fair.
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The Tamaskan is a dog breed that looks like a wolf but with zero wolf blood. It is a 10 comments
ardinola · 16 weeks ago
Don’t all dogs inherently have SOME wolfs blood? Like technically all humans have our ancestors “blood”
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Just some inspiration for all of you 1 comments
ardinola · 16 weeks ago
Mwuahahaha now we’ve got Keanu’s fingerprint
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Well obviously 17 comments
ardinola · 16 weeks ago
The competitive aspect requires balancing though hence the creation of rules for sports - even like preventing steroid use. Like you’ve pointed out, natural steroids like a trans woman competing against biological women are unfair. Blood doping is natural technically but is still banned in most sports and effectively accomplishes the same outcome of unfairly skewing the game. Yes competition matters when those who can’t compete well enough are left behind so to speak, but it’s balanced competition that is fun to watch not something that’s always going to be one side demolishing the other.
Spread the nuts guys 15 comments
ardinola · 17 weeks ago
You make a good point. We should build bigger planes and not treat people like sardines but in all seriousness yes personal space and encroaching on it is a problem directly tied to manspreading. It’s a matter of compromise on a social scale to judge your physical comfort with someone else’s feeling of being encroached upon. Guys don’t like having their legs forced together like the chair made them but there’s also no need for me to spread my legs as far as I can either. I make the compromise to not be in pain and to not make anyone sitting next to me awkward or feel like I’m in their space.
With that being said now‘s the time to spread wide as long as your femur is less than 3 feet. Encourage social distancing however you can
I... Uhm. Well? 39 comments
ardinola · 17 weeks ago
Like I’ve said above that’s not my goal. It’s an easy and admittedly bad fix but overall not what I really support.
I... Uhm. Well? 39 comments
ardinola · 17 weeks ago
Many people don’t have the means, time or ability. There are plenty of reasons more attributed to near discriminatory practices than simply desire. Yes there are ways to vote even with those issues but it’s not always just that easy
I... Uhm. Well? 39 comments
ardinola · 17 weeks ago
Older people often have more free time to go and vote and fewer day-to-day responsibilities that prevent them from focusing on politics in the first place. Voting needs to be made more convenient for all not just those with more free time to entice younger people to vote at all. Again... not saying to take their rights away but maybe there’s a way to even the playing field as it were.
I... Uhm. Well? 39 comments
ardinola · 17 weeks ago
I completely agree. That’s the hard part that the easy answer is get younger people out to vote if it means getting things the way you would want. But there are a lot of problems in voter discrimination and suppression across things like income level, education, literacy, language, etc. not to mention the feeling of disenfranchisement from young people who are told that they don’t know enough to vote, aren’t sure of their own beliefs (as you pointed out earlier with maturity), and because of certain limits like age requirements don’t see people “like them” being available to represent them. I’m not saying that taking away the right to vote from a huge swath of the population is the right answer. I’m just saying that the influence that particular demographic holds is not representative of that group’s population within the US (even if it’s caused by other groups not turning out to vote as readily).
I... Uhm. Well? 39 comments
ardinola · 17 weeks ago
But you’re 100% correct on getting young people motivated to vote. It’s just as important as making sure every demographic is aware of the need to research issues and be aware of the consequences of certain policies over time and not just immediately.
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ardinola · 17 weeks ago
By definition that’s true but they are not the minority.
Look up demographics of voters and it shows that they make up a large portion of voters and their demographic sways or has the potential to sway elections. In many circumstances when trying to implement long term plans for government their special interests can easily conflict with younger generations who will be the ones living in the world created by older people.
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ardinola · 17 weeks ago
Every one of my relatives over 60 or so admit they don’t look into the issues. They vote on party lines because that’s what they’ve always done. And older people who need things like Medicaid tend to vote for those in support of expensive programs to fund something that benefits only them and doesn’t necessarily benefit future generations. Not saying that’s everyone in that age group who votes but there’s a reason that there is such a pervasive joke about only old white men in politics. “It’s what it’s always been” is not an excuse
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ardinola · 17 weeks ago
Everyone should have a right to representation but they have much different needs than people who will grow up into the system. That’s why the issue about young people not voting is so prevalent and talked about. Younger people should be taking advantage of shaping their future. At some point there should be an age cutoff to voting. Culture and technology and the economy change so much over a generation that politics and laws should change to match it not stay the way they’ve always been like many older people would like
Peace was never an option 1 comments
ardinola · 17 weeks ago
That’s the Aflac duck putting it in
What level of depravity is this? 5 comments
ardinola · 17 weeks ago
The 11th testament. Love thy nipple
The ego is strong with this one! 10 comments
ardinola · 17 weeks ago
I thought it was one of those things where the first notification loses and he was trying to get an advantage before I read it. But great idea from that guy. Like look I’m proving I’m not looking at it
But you are now one of Rudy's people 7 comments
ardinola · 17 weeks ago
I love his little face
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