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A dad is letting his daughter into the gaming universe right from the beginning 14 comments
thekaylapup · 19 hours ago
Yeah, not because children should be exposed to older games first-because that's actually limiting access to a number of games designed for children. But because there are games that are very dark and too scary for youngsters, games that encourage racist tendencies, games with sexual content, ect.
You shouldn't censor your child's entertainment choices indefinitely. At some point there should be an explanation of why the racism in this game(or other media) is wrong and a discussion about it. And this should continue with exposure to harsher takes on reality as the child is old enough to handle it (ie. Depictions of addiction, unhealthy relationships, ect.) By the time your child is an adult, they should have been exposed to all sorts of media. You can't show your kid porn (and you shouldn't) but when your kid finds violent porn on the internet on their own (because they will) you want to have already had conversations about violence and unhealthy relationships.
If you sucked your own d*ck would you spit or swallow 9 comments
thekaylapup · 1 day ago
Still illegal if it wasn't reported properly. Also, the quality more than less likely suffered.
Wait... Which drink did I drug again? Ahh I'm sure it will be fine 6 comments
thekaylapup · 1 day ago
The police should have been called, and you should have waited for them to show up. Both because this should be reported, and also because you will look hella guilty if something were to happen to him after you left.
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It's not what on the outside that counts but what's on the inside. Spoiler: 10 comments
thekaylapup · 1 day ago
Definitely the cannibal side of you. Or atleast the chief side of you.
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Trustworthy seat though 6 comments
thekaylapup · 1 day ago
This sounds great, until a friend comes over and leaves the seat up and you don't notice at 4 AM when you are barely awake for restroom purposes. In your home, where do one in the house puts the seat up.
I could watch this show 10 comments
thekaylapup · 1 day ago
House hunters is actually a completely fake show. You literally have to have already bought the house to qualify to be on the show, and the other houses are houses you need to find yourself. That's why there are never " For Sale" signs in the yards. The other houses usually belong to friends or family.
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It's only just hit me, fuk 3 comments
thekaylapup · 1 day ago
Actually, most dates are otherwise activities that you likely have done, with a different social context.
You've been speaking with these girl for a couple weeks? So, you know how to communicate with her. You have interests in common. Try not to be too anxious, chances are it will go well. Just remember that she is the same woman you have been speaking to this whole time.
-You dumb b*tch 3 comments
thekaylapup · 2 days ago
Not vaccinating your child is something that should only be done due to health risks. People choosing not to vaccinate their children are the leading cause of outbreaks-which put children like your daughter at particularly high risk.
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Imagine getting two ads then 4 comments
thekaylapup · 3 days ago
I don't think so. I just think we've had less active users since @Zeus let things go, which has lead to less new quality memes getting posted that aren't ripped off other sites by bots. Which doesn't necessarily mean more reposts, but they may seem like less of an exception to the rule.
I'm hopeful that @SuperDave will be able to make some recovery happen now that he is here. However I imagine it will take a little while and some user assistance to make this site better.
Again, along side the ability for users to flag others posts as NSFW (I would suggest it has to be flagged 5 times-then is hidden), the ability to tag reposts (maybe, it disappears after 25 users flag it as a repost, to avoid this being done maliciously to orginal content)
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What’s in a word. 61 comments
thekaylapup · 3 days ago
Well stated @guest_. I can get behind 99% of what you said.
However. I can tell you will absolute certainty that increased wages for staff can benefit people in any institution. Especially one that has a difficult time with employee retention.
When an employer needs staff, but is struggling to get staff, they often will overlook glaring issues in their employees. There is a gaurd who takes pleasure in harassing inmates, but nothing they do is going to get the prison sued, so they keep that employe on anyway. Not to mention having to share the workload among who is there whenever someone just doesn't show up. If employees are over worked and underpaid, they will not be good to the prisoners.
So well I agree that prison labor should not be used to line the pockets of the people at the top, who already make good money, if it allows more of the budget to go towards wages, I'm not opposed to that so long as the prisoners are rewarded for their work in some fashion.
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What plane goes to bikini bottom? 5 comments
thekaylapup · 4 days ago
Do people really pay $200 a month for cable?
Our household pays $92 a month for internet, and about $22 a month for Netflix & Hulu. My roommate pays $10 a month for YouTube premium as well, but I don't find it worth it.
$124 a month for internet, Netflix, Hulu, and YouTube premium. And I personally think that's a little excessive, but my roommate wanted faster internet and was willing to pay more for it.
Maybe it's just because I only make $9 an hour (before taxes). And don't get me wrong, if you can afford something and you like it, no one should tell you don't do it out of expense. I just personally find it baffling that people pay that much money to watch television with advertisements.
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What’s in a word. 61 comments
thekaylapup · 4 days ago
I am concerned that if forcing prisoners to work was illegal, but ordering community service was not, attempts would be made to pass off hard labor jobs as community service requirements. For this reason I think that even if forced labor of prisoners was illegal-and community service was requirable-regulations should be in place to prevent abuse and maintain healthy working environments for community service workers.
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What’s in a word. 61 comments
thekaylapup · 4 days ago
At least where I live, you are assigned hours of community service but you have options about how you serve it. This allows some (albeit limited) control over your working environment. They are also not jobs that are normally paid- you work along side volunteers.
And I think community service is a great option to lessen jail time or replace other consequences. But I do still think it SHOULD be an option. I think you should be presented with the option- "You can either have 6 months parole and 200 hours community service-OR- you can go to prison for six months " Most people are going to choose the community service. But you know there has to be one sorry soul with drug charges whose back is just seriously fucked up-who might think prison will be easier on their health than community service.
That being said-I am not sure I am qualified to really make educated opinions on policies regarding community service...
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What’s in a word. 61 comments
thekaylapup · 5 days ago
The conditions aren't always humane is the problem. And when you force someone to work, they have no power to negotiate better working conditions.
I'm not saying don't use prison labor, I'm saying it should be a paid opportunity as opposed to a requirement. I'm not even saying paid at the same wage rates as everyone else, after all, prisoners have rent, food, and medical bills mostly covered for them. However prisoners doing labor should be paid, and it should be optional.
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Important info 7 comments
thekaylapup · 6 days ago
You're welcome.
I would hope everyone would let the words of trolling guests be easily ignored, but someone may benefit from my insistence, so insist I shall.
And yeah, definitely. Other guest seems chill.
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Important info 7 comments
thekaylapup · 6 days ago
Even if you don't like the posts, you have to realize there are those who do.
Also, we are all trying to get by in this world, and saying things like "You are alone" can make a bad day worse. Please be conscious of your impact on human suffering.
You are never alone. In the darkest night, reach out to others and you will find strength. Hope is a torch we all carry, keep yours lit, help light others.
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Tables to pallets 5 comments
bruh 7 comments
thekaylapup · 1 week ago
I also eat apples like this. And sometimes Inpick out the seeds as I go, but sometimes I don't bother.
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So many questions. 4 comments
thekaylapup · 1 week ago
Alternatively, as the cookie dough does taste different from omitting eggs, you can use pasteurized egg product to eliminate the risk of salmonella from raw eggs.
That being said, the risk is low to being with, and 90% of the risk actually comes from contamination from the outside of the shells, so you can eliminate most of it by washing your eggs before you start.
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Tumblr genius 17 comments
thekaylapup · 1 week ago
I don't know how common this is, but when someone tells me "a Spanish person/person from spain" the environment in my head is someone who is white, but has moorish descent, causing them to appear less white that a french person, for example.
I have never actually been to Spain, and I have no idea how common people of moorish descent actually are in Spain. Nor do I know if that is a common view outside of Spain. I just think that if people envision what I envision, they may not think Spanish people are white at all.
I'm not saying that the view is accurate, or that its okay to dismiss people's existence due to your perception, I just think it's worth pointing out that there are reasons completely unrelated to Hispanic people to think that Spanish people aren't white.
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Something that needed to be said! 10 comments
thekaylapup · 1 week ago
This really isn't a good question to ask, and is a terrible way to ask it.
A better way to ask would be "Would you marry a woman who had been raped?"
Which is still a pretty shitty thing to ask.
That being said, I also think now is a good time to point out that people have baggage. And the person you marry should be someone whose baggage you can handle carrying, because sometimes they will have to lean on you. Sometimes you will need to lean on them. Ideally this is done in similar amounts.
And some people recover from being raped fairly well, but it takes a toll on everyone it happens to. I know that some people struggle with normal healthy sexual relations after the fact. Personally, I have been known to have panic attacks unexpectedly if my partner inadvertantly triggers something.
Not everyone can handle that kind of situation well. And not wanting to marry someone because their emotional baggage is too much for your wellbeing is okay.
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Be careful 29 comments
thekaylapup · 1 week ago
I think the crimes should be treated independently of one another. The burden of proof always laying with the prosecution.
This would mean that there would be times when both were found innocent of criminal activity, due to lack of proof.
And the agrugement is that you shouldn't be charged with rape if the minor consented and you reasonably believed said minor was an adult (such as, the minor lied to you&appeared old enough)
You: We'll get em next time Me: No, I don't think you wil 9 comments
thekaylapup · 1 week ago
List wasn't prioritized, you just need 2/3
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#5 weekly science alert 8 comments
thekaylapup · 1 week ago
The point isn't if these facts are valuable, just to share knowledge
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Be careful 29 comments
thekaylapup · 1 week ago
... Many women don't appreciate it when you ask their age. And asking to see their ID seems strange, and maybe a little threatening. And telling her you just want to make sure she is legal is probably not going to send the right message.
So, crack down on clubs carding people at the door is probably a good move. Investigate when someone is reported with sleeping with an underage club attendee, obviously. Teens who do this should face some criminal charges. a 15 year old is still a minor, but would also be charged as a minor for something like theft. There is no reason a minor shouldn't be charged with some kind of penalty for encouraging illegal acts under false premises.
Again, given that this is the case. 15 year old rape victims should not fall into the same category as 15 year olds who actively seek sex with adults. Even if theater still counts as statutory rape, these are not even close to the same circumstances.
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