|Anaxagoras - 2015-10-29 |
Well. That was infuriating.
|Accidie - 2015-10-29 |
I once saw a girl abandoned by her friends, utterly blacked out. She was sitting on some stairs near the college bars. I managed to get her back to her sorority house through a lot of drunk/sober language barrier. the experience was unsettling.
I was driving a hearse at the time, I don't think she noticed that even.
Yup. I did something similar. And the entire time everybody you meet (including the girl's friends when you drop her off) are wondering if you're trying to take advantage of her. The worst part is that it's a totally reasonable assumption.
We're trying to run a society here. We are failing.
in highschool I saw a girl I know drunk off her ass (in the afternoon on a regular school day) AND two of her friends were helping drag her utterly inebriated ass home through the rain.
|badideasinaction - 2015-10-29 |
Remember the last time this exact video setup turned out to be a hoax?
Maybe it's real, or maybe someone realized by shooting it abroad they won't repeat the above scenario (where people ID'd the "harassers" and began issuing threats, necessitating a response by the "victim" of the video who revealed all the actors were duped by the producers).
And since this will inevitably result in the usual accusations, yes gender equality is real, yes women face dangers men don't at the hands of men, yes gamergate is a bullshit culture proxy war, I'm just skeptical of "social experiment" videos like this.
I wonder how many people called the civil rights movement a "bullshit culture proxy war" back during the 60s.
Not that men aren't gross as hell, but I think it makes more sense to be skeptical of any situation where a producer is looking to "go viral" and rake in that sweet, sweet YouTube ad money.
|Doc Victor - 2015-10-29 |
Man, reality porn has sure gone high concept in the last few years
|CrimsonHyperSloth - 2015-10-29 |
My girlfriend works night shift, was walking over to the subway stop when she sees a guy passed out in the middle of the road. Cars were simply going around the guy, people walking past, pointing and laughing.
Being not an idiot, she helped him to a bench. Tried to sober him up, get him some food and make sure he was okay. I can't recall but I think she ultimately got him a cab.
But, like, holy fuck. Someone is in the middle of the road unconscious and everyone just acts like it's an inconvenience to them?
I'm not surprised, just so very disappointed.
|jimmyboblahey - 2015-10-30 |
"It's only a hoax if it doesn't suit my narrative."
- Average liberal, the Current Year
No one likes you.
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