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Big betrayal 17 comments
dailydoseofmusic · 3 years ago
Probably the lawyers after they file for divorce
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Big betrayal 17 comments
dailydoseofmusic · 3 years ago
It's be fucking difficult to hide a parachute. The husband prolly saw the backpack and flaked.
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Man up! 6 comments
dailydoseofmusic · 3 years ago
Stories like this just make me more and.more aware of how big an asshole I truly am
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Aww :( 18 comments
dailydoseofmusic · 3 years ago
Colorado has made shitloads off of the legalization of weed.
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This was surprisingly cathartic 22 comments
dailydoseofmusic · 3 years ago
Gotta be honest I'm surprised someone, your age is using a site like this, not as a bad thing. Second off I work for Barclays in Manhattan doing business intelligence analytics so I understand the differences between a competitive market and noncompetitive. The way I see it is companies like McDonald's or Walmart, can definitely afford to give their employees higher wages, if higher ups take a small percentage pay cut. Even a 2% paycut from their massive salaries not including stock options, should do enough to give a significant salary boost to employees that work in locations that are more expensive, like NYC. Also I believe every parent has a different way on how they want to raise children, if some choose to do it in a way that you don't agree with, it doesn't make it wrong.
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This was surprisingly cathartic 22 comments
dailydoseofmusic · 3 years ago
Were not necessarily arguing here, I even said that it doesn't have to be in the form of a trophy. Just the idea to teach kids that losing isn't the end of the world is important. Chill man, and that's beside the fact that as a new Yorker I do completely understand why $15 an hour is reasonable. I made $14 an hour when I moved here at first and that was barely enough for me to afford living in a crappy two bed room basement that I shared with three other dudes. There's nothing wrong with asking to get enough compensation so one can actually live decently.
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This was surprisingly cathartic 22 comments
dailydoseofmusic · 3 years ago
Yes and no, it's important to teach kids that losing doesn't mean you've wasted you're time, and that it was for nothing. It's important to learn that failure is a catalyst for learning, and not for sulking. Maybe it shouldn't be in the form of a participation trophy, but the idea should be the same.
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When She's... 24 comments
dailydoseofmusic · 3 years ago
I mean the post only spoke of a finger so let's not get too far up there......
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When She's... 24 comments
dailydoseofmusic · 3 years ago
"prostate massage" is the most innocent way I've ever heard someone talk about fingering an asshole.
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I mean even if you're not born in 2000. 24 comments
dailydoseofmusic · 3 years ago
Middle aged people do it all the time.
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China's Air Pollution 9 comments
dailydoseofmusic · 3 years ago
Meh, I used to and it wasn't taken well. And I'm too lazy to change it.
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China's Air Pollution 9 comments
dailydoseofmusic · 3 years ago
Generally the GPS systems on most major airliners will give them the approach info they need. Even then this smog isn't horribly bad, there are way more difficult approaches
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Journalist aren't smart 7 comments
dailydoseofmusic · 3 years ago
Ish, a lot of journalism now-a-days has been reduced to click bait articles because the main source of revenue is advertisements. Back in the day when newspapers were still king of media, journalism was loads better
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I would love to see it 5 comments
dailydoseofmusic · 3 years ago
Gordon actually has talent, and is going from a knowledge he gained personally. Whereas Simon doesn't have any singing talent whatsoever so I'd go with Ramsey
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I took a selfie once in 2012 3 comments
dailydoseofmusic · 3 years ago
Why is there a need to take a picture of yourself?
Controversial opinion 100 comments
dailydoseofmusic · 3 years ago
The problem with children is you can't really control a person's choice to have unprotected sex, without completely violating their rights.
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Just get it right 6 comments
dailydoseofmusic · 3 years ago
It's a suit, not pj's. Generally they're not going to be the most comfortable thing in the world. Even so, I have multiple suits that match the look of the first one in terms of fit, and rlly haven't felt uncomfortable in them.
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Not having kids 36 comments
dailydoseofmusic · 3 years ago
You're generalizing children, that A) Haven't learned social reasoning and understanding and B)Are genuinely curious. As a parent one of the biggest hardships is being patient with your kids and understanding that when they do/say something wrong, generally it's because they genuinely haven't learned that it's not ok. Thats part of the parents job.
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Not having kids 36 comments
dailydoseofmusic · 3 years ago
I have eight niece's and nephews and not once has any of my siblings seemed like they were out of control. Hell I even would watch them from time to time. It's not crazy difficult as long as your competent.
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Some good news finally! :D 25 comments
dailydoseofmusic · 3 years ago
95% sure the post is sarcastic. as the policies in place at the moment are nowhere near where they should be.
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Not having kids 36 comments
dailydoseofmusic · 3 years ago
So, lemme get this straight. Kids help you have a normal schedule, and promote healthy daily activities. That doesn't sound like a down side.
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It can only be this from now on 4 comments
dailydoseofmusic · 3 years ago
When u zip up and it catches some ballsack
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DC vs. Marvel making movies 6 comments
dailydoseofmusic · 3 years ago
Man of Steel straight out sucked. But in terms of marvel movies, making a joke while your fighting a bunch of people ultimately makes the fighting and violence less serious than it should. Imagine saving Private Ryan but instead of the chaotic nightmare that it opens up with on normandy, it's just a group of five soldiers, (unrealistically) kicking the shit out of the entire Nazi defence while making witty comments. *Kills nazi* "woah, I guess he did Nazi that coming"
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*Deep Breath In* 87 comments
dailydoseofmusic · 3 years ago
YEEEESSSS
*Deep Breath In* 87 comments
dailydoseofmusic · 3 years ago
Friggin amazing! The guitar riff in the beginning is just badass
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