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EricCiaramellaSuxDix 2 points ago +2 / -0

Well at least our state is doing SOMETHING

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EricCiaramellaSuxDix 2 points ago +2 / -0

Your statistics are no match for their feelings

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EricCiaramellaSuxDix 3 points ago +3 / -0

A lot of them lifted everything once before, right until Omicron when they enacted it all back again.

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EricCiaramellaSuxDix 3 points ago +3 / -0

It doesn't explain shit. If she doesn't trust the vaccine to protect her when it's been given to her and the people around her, WHY would she ever mandate it for everyone in the workplace?

If it's not even enough for her to be around only 8 other people safely, why push it on the rest of us in workplaces of 100 or more?

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EricCiaramellaSuxDix 1 point ago +1 / -0

All I can offer is have hope. I was basically you til I was 18.

I met my wife and had no idea how we'd end up, but turns out she was perfect for me. Confidence goes a long way. If you identify as the guy who's awkward and will never get a girlfriend, you always will be.

Start giving less of a shit about most small things. That doesn't mean don't care, because obviously women want a guy with compassion. But since I've had kids, I generally don't give a fuck what people think about me so I speak my thoughts when the situation calls for it, and I've definitely got more attention from women (even super hot ones) than younger me would've ever imagined. It's the confidence. I'm literally not trying to impress these people, and that's what impresses them most. It's really insane, but I can't really attribute it to much except age, experience, and nothing to gain. So there's no reason for me to be anything but honest.

Just hang in there.

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EricCiaramellaSuxDix 1 point ago +1 / -0

Maybe some, but I doubt it's having that big of an impact. I'd imagine only the responsible ones would even heed that kind of advice.

Both my wife and I were taught about young unwanted pregnancies from an early age, so much so that we were very discouraged from dating until college. Despite that, I'd say we turned out forming a very normal family. Maybe we're just rational people, but a healthy fear of a bad choice can steer you towards making the right ones. But I also suppose we were being taught these lessons by our parents or through the mistakes of others close to us, rather than getting some warped lesson from TV.

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EricCiaramellaSuxDix 2 points ago +2 / -0

What are you doing next Sunday?

Oh I don't know yet. Nothing probably. Ask me closer to then.

Saturday: hey you still available to hang tomorrow?

Yeah but I'm just so wiped out from work still. I need to decompress. (spends hours alone on video games or cell phone)

That's the current generation of young adults in a nutshell. For at least the last 6 years or more.

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EricCiaramellaSuxDix 3 points ago +4 / -1

"Grab em by the pussy."

Such a perfect quote for them to purposely get wrong to so easily convey the stark difference in perspective between both sides.

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EricCiaramellaSuxDix 1 point ago +1 / -0

Lol I must be old but I figure most people in my parents' generation at 29 would've been "Let's have another baby" or "we're done having kids."

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EricCiaramellaSuxDix 14 points ago +14 / -0

It doesn't matter what he says when he's on video doing the things that people are supposedly behind bars for when all they did was walk through open doors, waved in by security.

Working for the feds or not, why is one of the few actual instigators free while others rot in prison for doing nothing?

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EricCiaramellaSuxDix 1 point ago +1 / -0

That sucks about idubbbz. I was only vaguely familiar with the fact that he had some unpopular opinions, since I didn't really think he shared them in his videos.

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EricCiaramellaSuxDix 7 points ago +7 / -0

To think the guy who made Hugh Mungus famous is probably going to apologize for ever giving that "misogynistic right wing gateway" a platform on his little YouTube show.

To think he once stood up for freedom of speech and laughed at insane pc culture. What a cuck.

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EricCiaramellaSuxDix 2 points ago +2 / -0

He was funny when he called out the obviously staged YouTube pranksters but then he gave himself too much credit for "bringing them down." The only people who watched or believed those videos were real in the first place were kids, which I guess was also Ethan's target demo.

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EricCiaramellaSuxDix 2 points ago +2 / -0

This guy is such a piece of shit now. It really makes me wish that he lost any of his early "fair use" copyright legal battles just so it would've wiped his smug ass off YouTube or maybe taught him to actually work hard at making his own content instead of clinging onto relevance by making "commentary" on other people's content.

Even if what he's saying is true, which it in no way is remotely close to anything following rational thought, he's still using pussy thinking. We don't ban things just because they lead to other things. That's how you end up with minority report. These fucks are so afraid of bad things happening that they'd rather attempt to control others to prevent bad things than let them carry out naturally and have their consequences follow.

We will never "get ahead" of all problems in the world. Get over it. Technically anything could be rationalized as a gateway to or cause for some other behavior, but the only real cause is the person who does it. You can't blame Jordan Peterson for anything he doesn't directly do.

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EricCiaramellaSuxDix 2 points ago +2 / -0

If Gavin ever enters Federal Government, I'm out of this country. Usually the DNC is smart enough to keep their crazy pawns where they're most needed and to only put up the "relatable" flyover country candidates for federal positions.

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EricCiaramellaSuxDix 10 points ago +10 / -0

Here I am feeling retarded wondering how the same black girl could win 1st AND 4th place, and why the tweet never mentioned the 3rd picture.

Why include 2 pictures of the same girl?

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EricCiaramellaSuxDix 2 points ago +2 / -0

Actually no. They specifically said the state or congress should decide. Which is startling.

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EricCiaramellaSuxDix 10 points ago +10 / -0

I was walking through Sam's a couple months ago and an old dude was with his wife, both masked as was surprisingly the rest of the store.

He saw me from way down the aisle, locked eyes, looked at his wife, and took it off and put it in his pocket.

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EricCiaramellaSuxDix 4 points ago +4 / -0

This is how a lot of mine have gone. Most people I know don't care. They're just trying to make the least amount of trouble. But they don't know that chances are, nobody inside cares either. You get more trouble by making other people think it's an actual thing. Just do what you want and see what happens. Stand by your principles.

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