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Comments
Men's Rights Divorce Attorney Commercial
05/31/14, 17:02

>>There should never be a "default" main parent based on genitalia.

I think it has more to do with breasts than genitals. I'm prepared to accept as a hypothesis that culture grows out of biology to such an extent that the mother is the best parent for a child the majority of the time, but there shouldn't be a default. People vary widely. Every kid's life deserves to be shaped by a decision that comes out of inquiry and thought.
Men's Rights Divorce Attorney Commercial
05/30/14, 13:15

There's SUPPOSED to be a bias in custody cases, and it's supposed to favor the children. No doubt this favors the women, and sometimes, unfairly, though you never see MRAs on the Internet even acknowledge the needs of children. It's always about them being screwed out of their rights.

If I was a man who wanted custody in a divorce case, I might consider a female attorney as a way to partially neutralize the bias that might exist, but not THIS attorney! I'd be too afraid that the judge had seen her misogynist commercial.

>>there's also lots of cases where terrible women get child custody, and only fought to get it for the support payments. Because kids are worth a lot in the American legal system.

Can you cite anything for that? Child support is supposed to be based on the expenses of child rearing, and it's supposed to go to the kids, and if it doesn't, that's actionable, and possibly criminal-- and even if there's a little discretionary money left over, how much is that in comparison to the effort of raising children for twenty years? If she doesn't really care about the children, which is what you're implying, that can't be an easy payday.
Elliot Rodger and his parents thought it would be a good idea to move to a college party town
05/28/14, 11:22

>>What happened is punishment for evil and violence of feminists and liberals. Any of you supporting atrocities like women’s suffrage, immodest clothing, child support/alimony, no ban on adultery, ban on prostitution and a lack of female premarital chastity, all the things that drove this young man to be unable to find a girlfriend, are disgusting , horrible people and you created a culture where this is possible.

It's obvious that he's the REAL victim here. Boo fucking
hoo.

>>Society would rather perish than change its ways. … Even without fixing modern women, legalized prostitution could easily prevent at least some of these killing sprees. The people of modern culture are stupid beyond help: they refuse to understand that if you kick a nice dog enough times, it will become a mean dog. No dog is entitled to even one bone, they say.

I really don't understand why prostitution has to be legal to prevent killing sprees, which, after all, are also illegal.

You can have a bone if you like, but you're not entitled to sex. Just get over it. Billions of people are not getting laid , and it's always been that way.
Norm Macdonald Hates Oscar Pistorius
05/22/14, 14:34

Wow, I almost feel shitty about laughing at that.

You know what I think about Oscar Pistorious? Keep in mind, it's been months since I've read about this, and maybe there have been developments. I think that maybe, when a guy without legs wakes up in the middle of the night, he can forget for a moment that he's a world class athlete who has overcome tremendous hardships , and can only remember that he's a guy without legs. Maybe, for a confused moment, he felt helpless and afraid.

Did anybody else see the awesome banner ad/link?

"Conan takes a Samurai Sword to the Gut.
Suggested by Team Conan"
Paris For President
05/22/14, 12:05

I'd vote for her, if she was running against ANY REPUBLICAN.

Man, she REALLY looks like Sarah Palin! Glasses and a dye job, and you're all the way there.
An American Carol
05/22/14, 11:41

Suck it, Charles Dickens.
bad grandpa's child pageant scene
05/22/14, 09:27

>>right. and the colors correspond to numbers, so....if you can't distinguish colors the numbers are meaningless.

Well, that's not the way I remember it. They don't TELL you what the colors are. They sell you a bunch of little jars of paint with the number stamped on the jar.

Is it obvious that I didn't watch the whole clip?

There is a certain skill to painting by numbers. A presbyterian church on the South side of Binghamton still has a paint by number picture of Jesus surrounded by children that was painted by my Great Grandfather, no later than the 1950s. It's actually very nice.
Michael Jackson: Slave to the Rythm
05/22/14, 07:40

Clearly, that would be awesome, but due to Micheal's strong convictions, you'd have to emphasize that it in no way endorses a belief in the occult.
Miss Spider's Sunny Patch Abominations
05/22/14, 06:50

Almost half the comments are on the order of "This was my childhood. What the fuck was my childhood?"

So apparently, very young children love this abomination. So maybe it serves it's purpose. I'm going to go take a shower.
The Agony Of Defeat: Conservative Media React To Senator Franken
05/21/14, 12:08

In my heartiof hearts, I do not believe Sean Hannity has a heart.
Michael Jackson: Slave to the Rythm
05/21/14, 11:42

The song is pretty solid. It was originally recorded in the 80s. It may have not been released due to the subject of slavery being possibly touchy for African Americans.

If you go back and watch some of MJs amazing live performances, you can see how this falls short, but I think they got the moves down perfect. Live, wjhen he was at his peak, he was better than perfect.

Michael Jackson was acquitted, and if he was just a lonely guy who enjoyed sleepovers with kids without any sexual interest, that would hardly be the most remarkable thing about him.
THE MILLIONAIRE: (The Virginia Lennart Story)
05/21/14, 11:31

It took me a while to realize that you were talking about the unseen Billionaire Dude, and not Michael Anthony.
Lawyer Destroyed on 'the People's Court'
05/21/14, 11:21

Watching this again, I completely get it. In court, you don't say "That's your opinion" to the judge. Not to ANY judge, even a TV judge. It's literally the worst thing you can say, because it undermines the whole process.It's not necessarily a personal thing, but if the judge wants to make it a personal thing, she can.
THE MILLIONAIRE: (The Virginia Lennart Story)
05/21/14, 09:50

The great thing about Betty White is that she had twenty years playing nice respectable white girls before she started turning that image in on itself with wicked humor in the 1970s on the Mary Tyler Moore Show.

The Millionaire is my earliest TV memory. I was two when it was canceled, but I swear I remember seeing that opening credit without being able to read it. Looking back at the episodes that are now available in YouTube, , some of the guest stars are pretty impressive.
bad grandpa's child pageant scene
05/21/14, 09:08

I don't understand the analogy, but I'm pretty sure that being colorblind would not be a hindrance to doing a paint by numbers.

Because it's BY NUMBERS, you see.
So What's Victoria Jackson Up to These Days?
05/21/14, 05:54

Scary Movie was the Wayans Brothers
Parents making out with their blindfolded children
05/21/14, 05:46

Not even clicking.
Michael Jackson: Slave to the Rythm
05/21/14, 05:42

He died. It was on the news.
Michael Jackson: Slave to the Rythm
05/20/14, 21:36

It's not so strange. That was who he was at the end. He was a credible candidate for best pop star before his emptiness and his excesses began to eat away at him, and after he died, people simply took the long view. Michael Jackson was born the same year as I was. When I heard he'd died I posted a picture of him on POE-NEWS at age 10.

Think of Elvis Presley. No one remembers him as he was at the end, looking like Dom Deluise with a Toupee. Why would you want to?

I'll admit it; I loved this! This took me back to when I saw MJ perform in the Motown Anniversary special in 1983. Like this, that was partly bullshit. He lip-synched through "Billy Jean", but he did the moon-walk for the first time, and I went out and bought the album.
Michael Jackson: Slave to the Rythm
05/20/14, 21:21

Hence the quotes.

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