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Yeah! Science 6 comments
debbidownr · 10 weeks ago
Uh, I didn’t. I appreciated the explanation.
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A perfect hook and shelves system for minimalists? 1 comments
debbidownr · 10 weeks ago
Where can I find?
Myrna is doing the Lorde's work 1 comments
debbidownr · 10 weeks ago
Get ‘em Myrna
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Ok so this is a comment on an Instagram post from uploaded to Instagram . Full 7 comments
debbidownr · 10 weeks ago
Psh. For him maybe that’s the limit. 600!! You can do it!!!
You have no right to call yourself a father 2 comments
debbidownr · 11 weeks ago
I mean. clearly it was the wrong college.
CS = Computer science 8 comments
debbidownr · 11 weeks ago
If this is true, I think it’s probably an example of someone knowing too much about the subject. It’s one of the only codes I know; it’s the only one I see. It exists but it’s not going to be a part of actual education; it’s just an old UI code. She might be too young to have seen it in the wild.
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I would kill pedos without a doubt or second thought 4 comments
debbidownr · 11 weeks ago
So sad that someone put this exhibit up. It shouldn’t be necessary. It’s so....evil......that this is part of the conversation.
People are being forced against their will, why is the person being forced the focus? How is the action of another my problem?? All the energy should be on eliminating the threat of rape. Not by changing female behavior. But by properly dealing with the actual danger. Being a female is not dangerous; I am not dangerous.
Being a predator is dangerous. We need to root it out.
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Get 'em, Gus 4 comments
debbidownr · 11 weeks ago
I know they’re franchises, but it’s the Subway brand that is being upped. Subway corporate should send a reward, not a notice to the local franchise.
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The Ultimate Question 7 comments
debbidownr · 11 weeks ago
TELL US!!!
I knew it! 5 comments
debbidownr · 11 weeks ago
Always two there are.
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Diamonds are not rare 37 comments
debbidownr · 11 weeks ago
If you still want one, you can get it/them ethically sourced, or you can buy a lab created one.
I like - many people like - wedding rings as shiny symbols of commitment, but obviously not at the cost of other humans.
I don’t see the value in that particular element from the Earth; it’s not cool like a rare earth metal or anything. It’s not even a cool name like tungsten. And it’s just reflective, not a pretty color.
So tying an abundant although distant resource to a highly personal and public commitment has been very successful, but it’s not a decision you have to go along with. If you want the look but not the thing, lab created is more than adequate and well within tolerance for the human eye.
Prove her wrong 10 comments
debbidownr · 11 weeks ago
Amen! Too much TV and not enough reality, rachee.
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The self awareness is on point 5 comments
debbidownr · 12 weeks ago
The only group that gets to use this line is the community that is statistically more likely to have negative encounters based on race.
In my experience, however, the people spouting it have no such claim. Instead they are desperately searching for any tenuous link that lets them think they are underdogs and heroes instead of self-centered and self-regarding paranoid cranks.
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A gosh darn plague doctor 5 comments
debbidownr · 12 weeks ago
That kid’s matching to the best of his own *circus
Woke culture 10 comments
debbidownr · 12 weeks ago
I get frustration; I promise I do. But there’s a way to indicate disappointment credibly and this isn’t it.
Woke culture 10 comments
debbidownr · 12 weeks ago
I dunno; a bit harsh yeah? ALL opinions going forward are automatically invalid. Of all players and coaches.
Plus! The OP didn’t hear a dissenting opinion; doesn’t mean it wasn’t internally shared and/or debated.
The amazing detail on this wedding cake 7 comments
debbidownr · 12 weeks ago
Maybe it opens and the real (delicious) cake is inside? Or there’s other cake? Please. I put on a dress, I brought a present, I sat by people and danced AND made nice. Where’s my sugar rush??
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Incoming feminists 90 comments
debbidownr · 12 weeks ago
Dude. Glasses are not authoritarian. They are an aid for people to see, because their eyes are shaped wrong.
I think you might consider if your definition of authoritarian is not unnecessarily draconian.
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Incoming feminists 90 comments
debbidownr · 12 weeks ago
Also - and this is me being annoying - if you’re going to break down a metaphor, do it all the way or leave it alone. Otherwise, you look self-serving in your logic because it stopped at a ‘fun’ place for you to comment. To me (perhaps I’m wrong) it appears that rather than thinking through the entire situation, you saw the intention, went down 0.005 mm, and stopped. That proves only that you don’t like the concept or you’re a brat, not that you are good at considering things.
To be fair, I do like the point of this metaphor so I may be interacting with it from that perspective, same as you are interacting with it from yours.
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Incoming feminists 90 comments
debbidownr · 12 weeks ago
Guys, I think the rundown nature of the original fence is to indicate that this is not a professional sports team or a game you would have to pay to watch. It’s more reasonable to assume it’s a community, youth, or otherwise free game.
For various reasons, these individuals are outside. It’s not guaranteed that they are trying to see a game for free that has a price. Additionally, the fence is not removed. It’s replaced. That indicates the field’s management removed the barrier. (This is obviously not a metaphor for tearing down current societal structures, just fixing some.)
The poignancy of this metaphor is partially due to the people wanting to see, to participate not on the field or even in the stands. Just participate at all.
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Incoming feminists 90 comments
debbidownr · 12 weeks ago
Further point! When systemic barriers are removed, additional personal inequalities or hinderances may come to light. They were there before, but the general access limitations caused them to be pushed to the margin. Now there is a better environment and we can work on these other issues.
It’s not a failure when new issues crop up after progress is made, in other words. It just means more work is needed, and that the progress was good.
It can be easy to dismiss progress because it can feel like there are still complaints. But they are “better”, less extreme complaints. That means they can be both celebrated as progress and addressed as important issues to be solved.
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Incoming feminists 90 comments
debbidownr · 12 weeks ago
Princessmonstertru - Yes, that’s great! If there’s additional inequality to be addressed, let’s address it. Since this is a metaphor for participating in more important things, let’s take that path.
YES, if someone needs glasses, then they should get them so they can participate on equal footing. (Maybe not contacts or Lasix (to speak to that point) but yes, vision correction is necessary to bring the vision-impaired like me up to level.)
YES, if someone had physical limitations, accessible public spaces benefit those individuals greatly while not interfering with anyone else. Ramps, stairs, automatic doors, plentiful seating and handrails; all good stuff. For everyone. In this particular example, for instance, a bench would help the person with bad knees as well as be an option others can use or not.
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Welcome to the midwest 2 comments
debbidownr · 12 weeks ago
Clap clap clap your hands
Hrrrmmmmm 10 comments
debbidownr · 12 weeks ago
Where did you get lost? Happy to help.
Genius 12 comments
debbidownr · 13 weeks ago
“Go commit not alive”!!!!!! That is my new favorite phrase.