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Posted on Aug 6th
re: Michael Jackson Used To Call Jizz 'Duck Butter' (44 comments)

Fish oil, duh. Adding, HA! You think I get paid?!

Posted on Aug 4th
re: That's Gwen Stefani's Nipple (30 comments)

*pokes head in* I’d like to know if it was a logical response for me to literally laugh out loud at you referencing yourself as a “bfing Mom.” *backs out slowly*

Posted on Apr 30th
re: Bob Hoskins Died (1942 - 2014) (51 comments)

After that insanely imaginative way to call me an
incestuous bastard child (Which, by the way, just spot the fuck on, sir and bravo to you!), you’re really going to pull the grammatical error? For shame.

Posted on Apr 30th
re: Bob Hoskins Died (1942 - 2014) (51 comments)

Ok, so shitting on ‘Who Framed Roger Rabbit’ is my ‘advocating gun control’ and/or ‘denouncing religion’? Got it.

Posted on Apr 28th
re: Donald Sterling Is The Racist D*ckbag We Deserve (115 comments)

^ And this.

Posted on Apr 28th
re: Donald Sterling Is The Racist D*ckbag We Deserve (115 comments)

This is probably just the crazy liberal in me, but it seems his right to freedom of speech ends right around the time he starts using it to try and dictate who can go where based on the color of their skin.

I have sensitive skin. Make it cocoa butter and I’m your huckleberry.

If that’s not a french press, forget it. What am I, an animal?

If my butt isn’t full of pee when it’s over, it never happened.

The problem is that it’s (yet again) another false equivalency, but even further than that, a complete lack of empathy. Dean Cain, as Fish pointed out, basically hit the lottery as soon as he became Superman. Now, and forevermore basically, he will be able to cash in that chip, albeit for some bullshit Hallmark movie, or some role he’d actually find fulfilling. It’s hardly the same thing if you’ve been in some form of middle management, or administration job for 20 years and suddenly get laid off because the stock price slid for two consecutive quarters and some executive’s bonus and/or job is at risk. Dean Cain can walk into a casting session and be instantly recognizable above any lesser known actor auditioning, whereas John. Q. HR Guy from Blahcorp has no advantage at Amerifuck Inc.

But that’s not even the real issue. The real problem is the assumption of “massive” or “rampant” fraud, of which there is little evidence on a large scale coupled with the basic ignorance necessary to even consider someone else’s situation. This basic tenet, this attitude of ‘Well, I did x, so why can’t so and so do x?’ is safer way to say ‘I’m not willing to help, because nobody helped me.’ This attitude can be applied to basically any social issue that becomes politicized, and almost always gets adopted by those on the right under the guise of protecting freedoms. This may be hard to swallow, but there is just no way society as a whole can function if nobody is willing to help anybody outside of their core comfort zone, i.e. Church, ethnic group, ect. and that’s what isn’t being talked about. It’s far too easy to barf up the “Eh, why can’t you just get a job?” comment than to examine why they can’t, or if they actually can, why that job can’t and will never lift them out of poverty, and why as a whole, do we accept this as a functioning form of society?