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It sounds to me like you haven't read the Sex Rulebook! The first rule of Sex is that everybody can always get it on. Man, go for it! Awesome! Awesome! -=RAY=-

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 on: Today at 11:11:28 am 
Started by jough - Last post by AKKOLADE
I wonder if Teodor would still be unafraid to say it.

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 on: October 20, 2017, 01:41:00 pm 
Started by pmcd9 - Last post by Carlos del Vaca
What's Bojack's brand of whiskey? It's there all the time but now I can't think of it or find it on the interwebs.


Answering my own question, finally: Guten Bourbon. The urban German bourbon!

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 on: October 18, 2017, 04:03:07 am 
Started by AugustWest - Last post by theinevitable
2nd date Friday.

I do not understand how it did not occur to me before that I should be taking women on dates to places I find when I'm doing fieldwork. We're going to an Indian restaurant in a cute neighborhood she's never been to.

(on our first date we went on an architectural tour, it was nerdy and good as hell)

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 on: October 16, 2017, 05:42:56 pm 
Started by lprkn - Last post by Asherdan
Cattle Dhog is having a tough time lately. Coco the new hoss chased his ass all the way across the turnout yesterday after he tried to herd her a little too much and then he tries to play with Dan the Goat and gets surprise head butts.

The first time Dan turned around and butted him his face was full of surprise and wonderment. It was so much funny.

Coco worries me a little because I think she was really trying to stomp his ass flat. Maybe he learned though, because he hasn't gone too close to her since.

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 on: October 16, 2017, 05:17:32 pm 
Started by lprkn - Last post by Carlos del Vaca
but that is a cattle dog he is not allowed to herd goats why doesn't he understand this

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 on: October 16, 2017, 04:13:35 pm 
Started by lprkn - Last post by Asherdan
LOOK AT WHAT I'VE GOTTEN MYSELF INTO!


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 on: October 16, 2017, 02:34:45 pm 
Started by AugustWest - Last post by AugustWest

Yes, the socialist is investing his money in stocks and bonds. Oh well.

If the world is going to be run for the benefit of owners, do what you can to become an owner, at least on a small scale.

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 on: October 16, 2017, 04:34:59 am 
Started by AugustWest - Last post by theinevitable
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Seriously. We all want not to live in a cardboard box when we are old. Why can't we just figure out one way that works for everyone for old people not to die in poverty?

This is one of the big critiques socialists have of the democratic party (at least, the one I think about the most, as a public policy type). That they are in love with the idea of competition and therefore "options." So everything has to be a "market" with a million different plans and programs and price points and then you pick the wrong health insurance and get charged out the butt for no coverage. In my urban planning studies this drove me INSANE-- for any one thing we would like to happen, there are three different programs with different funding formulas and you have to apply for the grant and follow their obscure metrics to get the grant, and then the limitations on the money keep you from doing what you really want to do with the money.

(Whether this is the best we can do at any given time based on the strength of the Republicans in congress, who's in the White House, etc, is a separate thing-- even when the Dems are in power this is the kind of program they propose)

But for now, setting a % to go to my 401k, and another % to go to my investment account which is invested in more conservative things than what my dad would like.

Yes, the socialist is investing his money in stocks and bonds. Oh well.

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 on: October 16, 2017, 02:33:33 am 
Started by AugustWest - Last post by theinevitable
OK. I called my dad and asked him questions until I understood what to do.

My job does not match 401ks at all. I'm mad.

On the flip side, I went on an incredibly good date. I am gushing about it. Trying to remember all the times this happened before and how it didn't work out. But, damn.

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 on: October 16, 2017, 12:32:22 am 
Started by AugustWest - Last post by wombat
Inev, that thing you said on Twitter was brilliant, about how why are there even choices when everyone needs the same thing

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People are not unique. We get older and need medical care and money for after we stop working. Why are there 20 different options

Seriously. We all want not to live in a cardboard box when we are old. Why can't we just figure out one way that works for everyone for old people not to die in poverty?

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