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Angy 4 comments
poopun · 20 hours ago
Hey that's Prague !
Go away! 3 comments
poopun · 3 days ago
I add emojis at the end of most texts because it conveys tone.
"Are you Samantha ?" ==> maybe you're in trouble, maybe im the cops or whatever. Not a feelgod text.
"Are you Samatha ? :) " ==> all is well in the world, you're at peace when you read this text.
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Doctorate in Googling 2 comments
poopun · 4 days ago
Even if he googles it, a doctor will know what to look for and good sources to trust. Everyone can have a lapse in memory, skilled professionals will know how to handle that.
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Now I'm really looking forward to the couple of days we will spend in Paris, thanks 6 comments
poopun · 4 days ago
Yeah I've never seen Paris with trash everywhere like that. Subways aren't japan levels of clean (far from it) but that's pretty much it.
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My brother-in-laws Instagram story... Hahah 3 comments
poopun · 6 days ago
last picture seems to show the cabinet is on ground level. And once closed, the weigth will be centered so it should be ok.
Big brain time 1 comments
poopun · 1 week ago
Took me a long time to figure out 'y' stands for 'why' and not 'yes'
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Corontine 9 comments
poopun · 1 week ago
Well don't change the password, some of us moochers are in confinement as well.
I think, number 5 is best option 2 comments
poopun · 1 week ago
r/baduibattles has plenty more to scare you with :)
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That's what you get for thinking outside the box 5 comments
poopun · 1 week ago
Probably like any job where you create stuff, theres plenty of cool shit to do, but the majority of things a company will hire you to do (and that customers are willing to pay for) are gonna be boring.
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Fan service 6 comments
poopun · 2 weeks ago
I think it refers to big boobied girls and scenes where the curves are accentuated for no relevant reason.
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Really helpful review 5 comments
poopun · 2 weeks ago
Wtf is warm yoga and hot yoga ?
Welp, seeya later! 21 comments
poopun · 2 weeks ago
It's not the only game in town, but it sure as hell is the closest and most convenient / logical.
I'm sure the problem is EVERYONE ELSE dragging their feet and not that the promises made regarding Brexit were impossible to hold in the first place.
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Welp, seeya later! 21 comments
poopun · 2 weeks ago
Right right right.... Thats one way to see things.
Meanwhile the UK is currently still paying into the EU but no longer have a say in decision.... You know, quite literally taxation without representation.
They have to negotiate a trade deal with the EU, in which they really aren't in a position of power. That is if Boris actually gives a fuck, because he has multiple times alluded to no-deal.
And they will still have to deal with EU regulations, because otherwise they don't get to trade with the EU.
But I guess they get to say no to immigration so it's all worth it ? Of course THEY ALREADY COULD, but CHOSE not to.
Maybe you think being part of a group (and therefore abiding by the group's rules, but having a say in them), makes you less sovereign than being a small fish in a big pond at the mercy of the bigger fishes. Good luck to the UK, they'll need it, and the fools in power aren't the one who are gonna get hurt, they never are.
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Welp, seeya later! 21 comments
poopun · 2 weeks ago
I'm just here thinking it's the first damn time I see someone on the right say taxes are a 'small price to pay'.
Public & Private transport 11 comments
poopun · 3 weeks ago
Really depends on the place. I live in Prague, the public transport is on time, covers the city quite nicely even at night. I take it daily and I haven't had any problems.
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Boosting post 21 comments
poopun · 3 weeks ago
Have you actually looked at his twitter ? coz it makes him look PRETTY bad.
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Boosting post 21 comments
poopun · 3 weeks ago
I mean... Trump has also decided that his tweets are official communication from the WH, and he IS the POTUS.
So is the media just supposed to ignore the inane shit POTUS says ?
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Its better than being married to the wrong person 17 comments
poopun · 3 weeks ago
Well you can solve the first problem with snorkle googles ! And as a matter of fact, for the second problem, I know just the thing as well !
Did you just identify my species 16 comments
poopun · 3 weeks ago
Oh yeah I was 100% sarcastic. I can even prove that, go to /fun/561899/ for another example of this same overused joke. And a comment by me pointing it out.
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Did you just identify my species 16 comments
poopun · 3 weeks ago
I'd say that makes it 2 jokes, but it really doesn't, does it ? It's just the same good ol' reliable and innovative joke.
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A truthful observation 30 comments
poopun · 4 weeks ago
Basically, I don't see that as a raw cost on society, but rather as an investment. You give people the tools to become a productive member of society, and they will give it back because then they will be less likely to be dependent on more government help, they'll pay it back through taxes etc...
A truthful observation 30 comments
poopun · 4 weeks ago
I'm not sure how it works in France, but you could add an age limit to some of the help (the housing help, I do feel the cost of the education itself should be low anyways, so people can chose to get an education later in life) to avoid people taking advantage all life long if you want (something like 25 or 30 or w.e).
But I don't think it's a big concern, because most people don't want to be in school forever. Same as people who think that people on foodstamps are lazy and taking advantage and just enjoy living off the hardwork of others. Almost nobody ENJOYS living off food stamps, it's not a lavish life, and if they had another solution they would take it. And the small portion of people that do aren't worth focusing on, because the benefits of providing that to the whole population outweighs the cost they induce by a lot.
A truthful observation 30 comments
poopun · 4 weeks ago
Don't worry about the downvotes, I've accepted that on any political subject people downvote when they disagree rather than downvote when something is poor quality, I dont really care, and to be fair it happens to opinions I disagree with as well.
I don't think you can shield people from the consequences of their own choices their whole life, neither do I think you should. I was mostly addressing the issue of the disproportionate consequences the decisions kids have to make at 18 (out of high school).
If you chose to not pursue an education (college / learn a trade etc...) after high school (and I believe in 2020 thats a really dumb choice) that's on you. But the choice should be "do I have the drive / am I mature enough to realize how important it is", which I believe an 18yo is more than old enough to make for himself. But when that decision comes with a $50k price tag (and the loan and responsabilities that come with it) it's a whole other gamble.
But you cant talk at the library 7 comments
poopun · 4 weeks ago
Well now surely there MUST be a middleground ? Somewhere in between letting the world be run over by the Chinese and the Russians and spending more than the next 10 countries combined ?
And perhaps it turns out that investing in areas like this that help towards education / can help the youth in need later lends to less spending in other areas, by diminishing crime, by increasing the odds that those people can get a good life and be 'productive members of society who pay their taxes and give back' ? Perhaps it could help reduce the spending on prisons and other programs ?
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Best not to risk it.
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A truthful observation 30 comments
poopun · 4 weeks ago
You dont need a criteria, you can just make the consequences for fucking up that decision less severe. For instance if you stop making college and higher eductation force you into obscene debt for life, then making the wrong choice in term of education at 18 doesnt screw you over for life.
In Europe my college cost me 800euros a year, and that's because my parents could afford it so we paid full cost. Some friends whose parents had less income paid 50euro a year because of government assistance. What that meant was I chose a major I thought I'd like and didn't like terribly pressured at having chosen poorly. Worse case scenario my parents were out 2k euros, I was out 2 years and I couldmake a more informed choice at 20 after having spent two years learning different things, some that could stir me in the right direction
The decision is still the same, I picked a college major, but the consequences aren't nearly as severe, and it puts less pressure on the student.
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