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Triggered feminists coming in 3....2.....1 6 comments
thekaylapup · 17 hours ago
Completely reasonable. All humans should act respectfully. No one is entitled to another person's seat.
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Triggered feminists coming in 3....2.....1 6 comments
thekaylapup · 19 hours ago
It sounds good in premise. But unless you know her and her story, judging her for her pregnancy is unfair. A terrifying number of teenagers are forced into having sex when it isn't what they want. And if she was raped, she didn't exactly have the option to say "we can only have sex if you wear a condom" sure, there is birth control, but your can't except teens to get themselves on birth control in case they are raped-- that's just not a fair expectation.
And is it more likely the girl made a series of poor decisions to get here-- probably, but you can't know that. So maybe you don't have to give up your seat, but try to treat her as another person deserving of fair and equal treatment. You have no idea what she has been through to land her here.
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Who would refuse 5 comments
thekaylapup · 20 hours ago
It's this full time? Are there benefits?
I don't mind if it's part time no benefits, but it does need to be at least one night a week with consistency. I can't have this job need to be a second job. If I am working graveyard shift, I am only working graveyard shift.
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Poor sparky 7 comments
thekaylapup · 1 day ago
I didn't assume it was on purpose. Sounds like it was frustrating. I'm sorry your dog ruined your cake. I'm also sorry if my comment came off as blaming, it was only supposed to be informative.
Poor sparky 7 comments
thekaylapup · 2 days ago
While dogs are allergic to chocolate, some dogs have a more severe allergy than others. I have to assume there was not enough chocolate in that cake to be a large problem for your dog. Enough chocolate will still almost certainly kill your dog. And that amount of chocolate will still kill some dogs.
Also, I don't know if its true for dogs, but human allergies can develop over time. On the chance that might be true of dogs, it could be possible your dogs allergy gets worse. For this reason I would not allow him to have even a small amount of chocolate
Froggo Fun #20 - "If ye wish to scroll further, ye must answer me these questions three" 8 comments
thekaylapup · 3 days ago
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To get to a point in my life where things are stable
Probably a deep forest green or midnight blue.
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Lightning box 9 comments
thekaylapup · 3 days ago
Just in case anyone doesn't know the it's the spoon. You shouldn't put metal in a microwave it causes sparks and can lead to fires.
The obvious solution is to not put the spoon in the microwave. If you really don't want to remove the spoon from the bowl for some reason (werid), they do make wooden spoons for eating with. Korean wooden spoons. Easy to find on Amazon if you are interested.
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Yesss thank you 11 comments
thekaylapup · 3 days ago
But a character's race is actually important. Maybe less so in fantastic stories that couldn't have taken place on earth, but still. When you have a character who was white, then you have the same character be black in the reboot, but nothing else changes about the character, what you are saying is "the struggles that people of color face and the differences in culture they grow up with have absolutely no bearing on who they become" or worse, albeit more realistically "should have absolutely no bearing on who they become".
That's not a good message. When you simply make a white character black what you are really saying is "being black doesn't matter" And that's insulting. Being black shouldn't be being portrayed as a bad trait because it isn't--but it is a trait. In real life the differences in culture and perspective in society that come with race shape a person.
Obviously that shouldn't be the whole of the character--but it should be an aspect that matters.
Somebody's got a case of the Monday's 5 comments
thekaylapup · 4 days ago
Taking the bus is often cheaper and better for the environment. It's a good option--if you can get to the bus stop on time and the routes work well for you.
But yes--getting a car would be an option for an alternative way to get to work.
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Yesss thank you 11 comments
thekaylapup · 4 days ago
I feel the same way about characters of color. I mean, maybe its different for James Bond because part of his whole thing is being reinvented into a clearly different person with the same self destructive, alcoholic, womanizing tendencies. I certainly wouldn't think twice about a Doctor of color, as that seems like a reasonable change for that character. But generally speaking, I think we should making new stories and characters who are more diverse. By just making an existing character black what we are really saying is "being black isn't actually an important trait, this character is the same" and there HAS to be a less racist way to prevent characters of color from being stereotyped of that race.
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University was nice, but right now I'm still glad it's over 12 comments
thekaylapup · 4 days ago
I used to work 8-4 occasionally. I am certain it would be great if it was consistent. I work 8-5 now (I have an hour lunch break unpaid) and not getting of until 5 definitely doesn't afford a lot of time in the evening, especially with needing to get up early. Especially since I drive half an hour commute. But having a consistent sleep schedule and weekends off is a vast improvement over my last job.
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Anchestors 8 comments
thekaylapup · 4 days ago
Thanks
It has a different ring to it 3 comments
thekaylapup · 4 days ago
Either that or they have a streak of unreasonable unjustified vengeance, and you shouldn't get back with them for your own sake.
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Somebody's got a case of the Monday's 5 comments
thekaylapup · 4 days ago
Not really--if your city doesn't have the population to benefit from running buses that often, then it doesn't make sense to. Empty buses cost money and hurt the environment. If you know the bus only comes once an hour, then make sure you get to the stop on time. If that isn't realistic then look for an alternative way to get to work. If you have a large population, but not many people ride the bus, you may be able to get more buses/bus routes if you can convince enough people to start riding the bus. Beyond that, it's your responsibility to get to the bus on time. The only way the bus is at fault for you being late to work is if the bus was running late.
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Where real man cried 4 comments
thekaylapup · 4 days ago
The only part of Titanic that gets me teary eyed isn't over the protagonists. Its where a mother who knows what's going on gently tucks her children into bed because she doesn't believe they would make it onto the lifeboats. And its heartbreaking because she is putting on a brave face to protect her children from fear, hopeful that they will sleep through drowning in the icy waters.
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Is it too late to say sorry? 18 comments
thekaylapup · 4 days ago
Nah. Did you get it looked up?
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Is it too late to say sorry? 18 comments
thekaylapup · 5 days ago
Unfortunately there is no good way to contact you directly on here
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Is it too late to say sorry? 18 comments
thekaylapup · 5 days ago
It's not something you need to be afraid to do.
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thekaylapup · 6 days ago
Not primarily, no. The costs are definitely worse for government intervention, but ultimately capitalism will drive prices to unsustainable levels only to crash back down. That's the problem with capital. Investors demand constant growth. That's not an option realistically, you can always make profit with a good business, but you can't always make more profit that last quarter. At some point you've actually successfully maximized profits. But that's not enough. You have to find ways to make more profit or your business will lose shareholders--which will kill your business. That's why inflation is so much of a problem. If we don't start taking more steps to transition away from capitalism, we will face a total economic collapse in the future. Providing we don't make the planet uninhabitable before then.
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thekaylapup · 6 days ago
Yeah, maybe. But caplist driven work isn't any better. It's still decided by committees/boards and the number one motive is always profit. The only reason they take things like the well being of doctors and patients into account is because lawsuits are expensive.
Doctors lifestyle are hell now. They have a very high suicide rate because dealing with paperwork and health insurance is exhausting and the stress involved with being responsible for the lifes of others is hard on a person. Especially the kind of person who cares about other peoples wellbeing enough to turn it into a career.
And again--being a doctor IS voluntary. You know what isn't voluntary though? The draft. We haven't used it in a while due to plentiful volunteers, but young men are still required to sign up for it and it could theoretically still be used if needed.
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thekaylapup · 1 week ago
And it seems believable. College leads to success is a good sounding lie. And many jobs do actually require some college. But many don't. And a majority of people don't find a job in their major anyway. My immediate boss has a culinary arts degree. She makes less than local WalMart employees. Meanwhile my roommate has only her GED, and makes a salary that brings home about double what I bring home. A college degree may help you do what you want to do--but unless you are certain in what you it's a bad investment.
But at 18 not only is it easy to believe you need college. It's also easy to go to college. People are offering you loans left and right, and your parents will let you live with them so long as you are in school. Plus you will be such a disappointment if you don't go to college.
So you go to college--for an exorbitant amount of money--long before you really understand how much money you will really have to spend by the time you have to start paying it back.
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thekaylapup · 1 week ago
... because who would pay for health insurance if going to the doctor was affordable. Some people would, sure, but I'm certain plenty of young Americans would be like "eh, it's a bill I don't have to pay really. I'll just keep enough money in savings to go to the doctor if I need to. And then they wouldn't and they would go ask their parents for a loan when they got sick just like people do for car problems now. Because you will be able to pay for this, on payday. But everyone agrees you need insurance because "what if something where to happen" seems like a rational arguement when you literally can't afford for something bad to happen without insurance.
Student loan debt is a little different--but it's the same sort of problem. Teenagers are told "you have to go to college or you will never be successful". Which is a lie by the way. As long as you graduate high school or get a GED, youbcan be successful with the right work ethic and personality. But its the myth we are told.
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thekaylapup · 1 week ago
And it's not "I want this now and I am willing to pay interest to have it now instead of later" debt. Its "I need this--I will agree to whatever terms because without this, I won't be able to return to work and I will end up on the street" debt. The difference being in the first case, people won't (usually) agree to super high interest rates. People have the ability to act as responsible consumers. But when you need something, all bets are off. Even when the price is more than you can afford. Even when you know it.
And that means doctors can charge basically any amount of money--and people will agree to pay it--for services people need.
This does not always mean people will pay it. And health insurance companies tend to have agreements with hospitals and clinics that they will pay X amount per X service. Which then tends to be what everyone is charged. Which of course means health insurance companies benefit from keeping those prices just barely out of affordable range....
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thekaylapup · 1 week ago
Yes--but the real problem isn't that debts accumulate interest faster than you can pay it off forcing you to make constant payments without seeing any benefit. Not that that isn't a problem, but it's really more of a symptom.
The real problem is that healthcare and college are so expensive, that a typical middle class person cannot need very much of either and expect to be able to pay for it themselves.
Health insurance will pay for healthcare--and you can't afford to be unwell without health insurance (typically). Therefore, you have to buy health insurance. If you can't afford health insurance--or your insurance won't cover what you need--you end up with debt.