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Anyone else notice all of the people who stepped in to stop it were men?
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+Inklan Utterfield Don't worry; I didn't think that's what you were saying and didn't mean to imply so.  Fast beats big any day, though.
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The chord progresion part starts at 4:10.  In case you are practicing.
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Skills gained in gaming translate into actual reality. Why would they not translate to vr?
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I like the guy who's like, "Change is scary...  and unnecessary."
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This is what's know as "charging what the market will bear"and is a central tenant to capitalism. 
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There is no market -- TWC has a monopoly where I live and many other places. 
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Keep your kids away from any on location wilderness therapy kid mills.  They are almost all abusive towards the kids.  
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17:15 yup her husband was right, to elaborate
 This is a tactic of feminist shaming men for "benevolent sexism".  The implication is that the guy is creepy because he has ulterior motives and gentlemanly behavior is (in their minds now) somehow an indicator of said ulterior motives and underlying misogyny.  It only seems to be an odd choice to show that type of selfless behavior exhibited by the heel of the skit after so thoroughly establishing them as misogynistic.  That is because you assume the purpose of the skit was only to caricaturize the MRM.  What if the goal was to plant the association between being a gentleman and being a misogynist in the viewer?   This skit is essentially a packet that delivers a payload to the masses.  A payload consisting of updated feminist memes complete with new apps to arm feminists ways to attack heretofore unassailable targets.  (There's a reason it's called programming and they are called TV programs) Through that lense it kinda becomes apparent to me anyway that the comedy of the sketch was sacrificed for the political message and a desired end result on the audience. The confusing turns in the actions/attitudes of the heel and protagonists in the skit were a result of a ham fisted attempt to tie those political goals together and still be funny.  I guess when choices had to be made between being funny and pushing the political agenda they went with the political agenda.  

TLDR The reason the skit was confusing and unfunny is because it's propaganda not comedy.  It wasn't even well executed propaganda.
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Reminds me of those drawings from the early 1900s decrying how the world was going to suck once women got the right to vote.  Tries to be funny, fails, accomplishes sad.
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Fucking entitled christians...   Keep your shit to yourself.  No one cares that you worship a zombie jew.
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Oh, no, a fireball!  We only hear about these some of the time.  Ack!  Starts speaking in tongues.
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All custard flavors contain diacetyl.  Including those that are marked as diacetyl free. (They just didn't add any)  It is in every custard and creme flavored e juice because it is the chemical responsible for creating that flavor.  It is safe to eat but will kill you if inhled over time
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http://www.courthousenews.com/2012/06/27/47850.htm  This is my last post about this.  Sorry to post over and over again about this but it's super important not to send kids into these places.  This one is being sued for TORTURING KIDS.  These places basically act like cults that you didn't ask to be in.     "Dr" Phil is an idiot.  
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That there's one celebrity I'd love to curse out.
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Aspen education center where she was sent is being sued for child abuse.  So yeah... 
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I haven't seen the debate, but I oddly want to talk about it, too.  We miss you too.
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