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Shirley you can't be serious 9 comments
married_dude · 2 weeks ago
This is the Internet. It could go either way.
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The Adventures of Bayou Billy 12 comments
married_dude · 6 weeks ago
The more I think about this one, the more I wonder if the husband didn't already want out of the marriage, and this gives him a chance to do so while proclaiming his own innocence.
The Adventures of Bayou Billy 12 comments
married_dude · 6 weeks ago
Yeah, there is no telling where this is going, as far as the kid is concerned. It could be a sign of major psychological problems, or it could be as simple as she had classmates that saw their parents do the adultry thing, and realized that she could retaliate for getting grounded by hurting them with making this thing up, not really "getting" what she was doing.
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The Adventures of Bayou Billy 12 comments
married_dude · 7 weeks ago
I am of two minds on this one: on the one hand, if the word of a 7 year-old is enough to break up a marriage, there were probably already issues present.
On the other hand, that daughter is going to have to live with the knowledge that she caused her parents' divorce. I can't help but wonder what this will do to her emotionally, long term.
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That one dilbert episode 24 comments
married_dude · 10 weeks ago
Welcome to the work force. "Use it or lose it" vacation policies are pretty standard, and those few places that allow "banking" will almost always place limits on how much you can accumulate. They do this for the simple reason that they can't have people gone for extended lengths of time, unless there is some sort of long-term emergency.
You either keep religion out of politics or you pay taxes 17 comments
married_dude · 11 weeks ago
Thankfully, very few churches do this. Most of us genuinely don't want to mix politics with faith. That said, on those occasions when it does, it's just as likely to swing either direction.
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Potatoes 3 comments
married_dude · 11 weeks ago
It's kind of like, walking into a store, you can get a $3 package of toilet paper or a $5 package. The $5 contains more than twice the $3, making it the better buy. The problem is that you only have $4.
Question: given the inherent unfairness of this, how would you change the equation to make it "fair"?
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Holy shit he was awful 1 comments
married_dude · 11 weeks ago
A couple of notes:
1) Johnson pursued the same policies that Lincoln had been prior to his death.
2) Johnson's impeachment was about him trying to get rid of Edwin Stanton as War Secretary (later, the War Department would be renamed "Department of Defense").
3) Most historians agree that impeaching Johnson would have had disastrious consequences for this country, and would have led to having a President who was little more than a figurehead with a nice office.
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Narf 6 comments
married_dude · 13 weeks ago
This door swings both ways, I have seen both liberals and conservatives do this.
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Potatoes! 10 comments
married_dude · 13 weeks ago
You don't want people to apply just for the money? What, are you looking for people that are independently wealthy and only take a job to give themselves something to do?
News flash: if people could make a living without working, most of them wouldn't work.
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Lol 1 comments
married_dude · 14 weeks ago
Yes, he did say that, but that's not what got people upset. What got them upset was when he said, "I and the Father are one."
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selfawareness 4 comments
married_dude · 15 weeks ago
Nowadays? Who can tell?
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I suck at writing titles 9 comments
married_dude · 17 weeks ago
There is also the whole "banks lose the money that they loaned out" thing, unless you have the federal government reimburse them, which means that taxpayers pick up the tab, which means that the ones that paid theirs off have to help pay for college tuiton twice: once for the own kids, and again for someone else.
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Lets just leave it there 2 comments
married_dude · 20 weeks ago
To be fair, racism was so predominant 100 years ago, most companies that existed at that time had been founded by a racist (or racists).
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Absolute Madlad at a young age 11 comments
married_dude · 20 weeks ago
I am reminded of what someone said on a similar post: a trans kid is like a vegetarian cat: we all know who is making the decision.
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They Didn't Just Have Buses, They Had a Superbus 3 comments
married_dude · 22 weeks ago
A big part of the problem is that we know next to nothing of that time period. So many of the writings about the Kingdom of Rome were lost when the Gauls sacked Rome, so pretty much everything we know was written afterwards by people who were simply recording what they had been told.
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Or you could just ask for privacy like a normal human being 4 comments
married_dude · 23 weeks ago
In reference to the title, any mother who is in the habit of just barging in their son's room unannounced is not likely to respond to a request for privacy.
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Bad art time 3: Lil Sebastian!!! 8 comments
married_dude · 25 weeks ago
Ah. I may be one of the few people on this planet that has never seen a single episode of that show.
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Bad art time 3: Lil Sebastian!!! 8 comments
married_dude · 25 weeks ago
If a kid is growing up around horses, that's a not uncommon part of the picture.
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Current family 8 comments
married_dude · 29 weeks ago
It can be fun to see where you came from. However, be prepared: every family has its skeletons, and DNA tests are a good way to bring those out. (Voice of experience speaking here.)
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NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOoOoOOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 7 comments
married_dude · 30 weeks ago
He should have taken that call about the extended warranty.
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In news about OnlyFans 4 comments
married_dude · 31 weeks ago
If it is a female "sex worker organizer," wouldn't you call her a "Madam"?
I mean it wasn't "gun" scary but still .. 3 comments
married_dude · 33 weeks ago
Pretty effective ad campaign. The only problem was that they infringed on Pufnstuf's copyright in making it.
Forbidden books 9 comments
married_dude · 34 weeks ago
This would be funny if it wasn't so incredibly tragic.
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It isn't that we're too lazy to learn other languages, it's just unnecessary in even the 16 comments
married_dude · 35 weeks ago
From an American: I remember when I was visiting Paris, France and our tour guide explained this to us (I was in High School at the time): "If we drive five hours in that direction, we are speaking Spanish. If we drive about 5 hours in that direction, we are speaking Italian. A few hours in that direction, we are speaking German. A few hours north and we are speaking English. This is why Europeans generally speak so many languages."
Meanwhile, back in the states, If I am standing in the center of the lower 48, I can drive at least 2 days in any direction, and we are still in the US. Depending on the direction, I can probably drive a lot longer than that.
The reality is that most Americans get along just fine speaking only one language: for most of us, it just doesn't come up.
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