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Catland 5 comments
itsamemaria · 1 hour ago
Ironic. But good for the cats
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This is how you outsmart a conspiracy theorist 4 comments
itsamemaria · 18 hours ago
Brilliant
*laughs in European* 8 comments
itsamemaria · 1 day ago
People don't know what they have until they lose it. Most accurate saying ver
*laughs in European* 8 comments
itsamemaria · 1 day ago
You sound surprised at people's ignorance
*laughs in European* 8 comments
itsamemaria · 1 day ago
Ha ha! (In Nelson's voice)
What vaccine?!?! 9 comments
itsamemaria · 3 days ago
Oh those metal slides in the summertime....
A legend and his little Pumpkin 6 comments
itsamemaria · 5 days ago
Now people.know him as the old guy from modern family
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Terrifying 1 comments
itsamemaria · 5 days ago
I thought thay was the creepiest thing I have ever seen actually
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Sexism Swings Like a Pendulum Do 39 comments
itsamemaria · 1 week ago
I saw someone,I'm assuming a woman, with a sticker in her car that said "elect women" or vote for women or something like that. I consider myself a (comon sense) feminist, and made me mad. Yes, I want more women to have equal chance to get elected, but I duct want women elected just for being women! That's not equality. If you vote for your own gender/sex just because it's not the other. Than you are acting like sexist men have voted for years.
Nah man, no college 8 comments
itsamemaria · 1 week ago
if you notice, I didn't say all graduate degrees are full time.. Some you could do part time and are designed for full timec withers only meeting on some weekends. But a lot of them are film time programs, actually in these medical field. Also, even part tine programs are hard to afford and most people either do it slower than part time or take advantage of some kind of compensation from work for education.
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Sexism Swings Like a Pendulum Do 39 comments
itsamemaria · 1 week ago
Yup. Bad, quick typing. But it is nice to see women winning in usually male dominant categories, but as long as it's deserving.
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Really bro??? 2 comments
itsamemaria · 1 week ago
To be fair. That's probably not the best thing
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Nah man, no college 8 comments
itsamemaria · 1 week ago
Honestly you can. If you take one or two classes at the time while working full time and you take like 20 years to finish. And forget about a gradaute degrees because most of the time they're are full time programs.
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Sexism Swings Like a Pendulum Do 39 comments
itsamemaria · 1 week ago
To be honest, I would be like "good for a women to win in that category!" But it wouldn't be ok if others were better
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Toxic Female Gaze-lle Gambit 16 comments
itsamemaria · 1 week ago
Have to say. I always thought this story was a fishy one. Honestly she could still be of the hook by saying that "yes tell them lets see if they think it was a fair fight" if it actually wasn't and he is trying to manipulate her by saying he will lie about it.. but then she said "i know it was a fair fight" and shot herself in the foot.
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Look again 7 comments
itsamemaria · 1 week ago
Omg! My brain! It took me a while
Preach 14 comments
itsamemaria · 1 week ago
Just wan to make it clear that im not defending antivax just in case. Just saying that's how it was viewed and how I grew up. "If you had it as a child great! That means you are not getting it when you are older when it's worse" not saying it was the best way to look at it, but was how it was. And I meant like chickenpox, in the sense almost everyone has it as a kid. Personally I didn't have measles. But a lot of my friends did. And I remember at one point people from basically the department of health came to the school and vaccinated all the kids (imagine doing that now lol. The outrage!) And idk if that was when it was found/invented or when it was available in my country and it was almost eradicated after that.
Edit* just looked it up because I was curious. The vaccination campaign I mentioned was in the 90s. It looks like it was after the recommendation for a second dosage made in 1989 maybe that's what I got. But then again, I'm not sure since the info I saw was for USA
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Always flawless 3 comments
itsamemaria · 1 week ago
Yes and. Maintaining your look yes hasto do with money. The pain part, although the money helps by having private yoga classes and a trainer, and massage therapist, it can also be done with just keep moving and exercising.
Preach 14 comments
itsamemaria · 1 week ago
It is interesting to me that measles was just a disease you get as a kod. Just like chicken pox. Almost a right of passage. Not that bad. Thankfully we all survived it and the vaccine was just to get it and now you won't have it.
Video games cause violence 20 comments
itsamemaria · 1 week ago
Animals yes unfortunately it is still mainstream, at least human death for fun is I think still "taboo"
Video games cause violence 20 comments
itsamemaria · 1 week ago
Although I hate how horrible things are, I also think, well there used to be gladiators and people got entertained by killings
F**k work 29 comments
itsamemaria · 1 week ago
@abusername sure a shorter week or hours might help people spend more time with family or doing a hobby they like and that way help with the feeling of mission on important things in life. My point is thay although it is inspirational, it is not realistic. Sure some people can or achieve it, but like you said we at least need to cover our basics, and that's (usually) posible with a "grind" work, and some luxury might be possible either making an effort to find a better job or really applying oursels to have our own business maybe. But some people might just need a 9 to 5 with low risk because they have a family or any specific reason, like a disability. And it would be awful if a robot takes their job. Some jobs are seem like mundane and are actually important to society (except for some office jobs)
Shouldn't that happen due to the era gap? 2 comments
itsamemaria · 1 week ago
Yes if it was anyone else. But steve is nice!
Us standard 15 comments
itsamemaria · 1 week ago
Yes. Thank you
F**k work 29 comments
itsamemaria · 1 week ago
@Abusername I'm not a fan of that personally. 1. That's how all futuristic robot wars start. 2. Yes it is a nice motovational image, but it is unrealistic to think we can all follow our dreams of Not working for some else. Teachers are necessary and have provably one of the worst jobs in America, but there they are!