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  • bluequail

    bluequail

    March 10, 2015, 10:43 am

    For some reason, I tend to draw toxic friends. But I went through something kind of similar when I was pregnant last time. In fact it was her pressure and antics that finally removed her from our life.

    This gal that spent all of her time at our house (and none of us liked her, the nearest I could figure was we were all too polite to tell her to go away) had a fit when I last got pregnant. She kept telling me that having a baby at my age was going to kill me, and that I would never have time for myself again (and I think she meant mostly her), and just stuff like that. She even had the gall to invite me out to lunch, she drove that day (which I should have gotten suspicious then), and then started harping on me again, even screaming and crying in the resaurant that I couldn't have the baby. I walked off, asked the hostess to call a cab for me... no matter how many times I told her this was something between my husband and myself, she would keep trying to squeeze her foot into the door of our conversation. This old gal had done several passive-aggressive, yet pretty malicious things to the boys (prior to this)... things that we knew were going on, yet we would look like we were overreacting to if we were to have called her on it. But she finally escalated things to the point that we got to tell her that she was no longer welcome in our lives.

    But when the day is done, your girlfriend needs to be the one to tell her to shove off.

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  • hubertCumberdanes

    hubertCumberdanes

    March 11, 2015, 9:02 am

    I live in Australia and would have to say its pretty much the same over here. I have met one true fundie who believes the bible word for word, but kind of agrees with evolution too.

    I had an interesting conversation with him in which he told me that if i could find one contradiction in the bible he would throw it all away. I was thinking...wow, where do i even start. Unfortunately everything i pointed out in the new testament he simply said that its like journalists reporting on an event - you get mixed accounts of what actually happened (i know how bs this is when you consider just how off the mark some of the accounts are). Unfortunately he wasn't very familiar with the old testament - in the process of reading it, so i couldn't get into any of the gold nuggets in there.

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  • fallenangel42

    fallenangel42

    March 10, 2015, 10:01 am

    The options as I see them:

    1) you don't tell him, continue as things are, and it eventually fizzles out when the sex stops being good or one of you meets somebody new

    2) you don't tell him, your feelings get stronger, and it destroys you emotionally

    3) you tell him and the feelings are not reciprocated, in which case you either a) promise never to talk about it again, keep on fucking and eventually either get over it or fall to pieces, or b) he runs a mile and you don't see him for dust

    4) you tell him and the feelings *are* reciprocated, in which case you live happily ever after (theoretically at least), but will probably have nagging doubts about whether he just *said* he loves you to keep on fucking you

    There's no sure way to know which is the right choice, personally I would base it on 3 factors: how good the sex is, how strong the feelings are and how strong the signals (if any) are that he has, or could develop, feelings for you. There's probably an algorithm somewhere.

    I've been through pretty much every permutation personally at one point or another, from both points of view, and none of them are ever easy on either party.

    Good luck, whatever you decide to do.

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  • firelight

    firelight

    March 11, 2015, 3:46 am

    umm... yes? Democracy does indicate that a majority of the population can enact laws that a minority doesn't like (within limits, See: The Constitution). A majority of Americans sought to abolish slavery, against the wishes of a small but wealthy minority. So your point there is bullshit. What's the alternative though, a minority ruling over a majority? That sounds like exactly what's happening here, and exactly what I *don't* want: A plutocracy.

    As for property rights, those are all well and fine. I think human rights are more important. If I have to buy the only sort of nice $1500 TV instead of the super nice $4000 TV because some other folks needed my $2500 for food, housing, and medicine then that's just fine with me. But then again, I learned about sharing in kindergarten; obviously a lesson you didn't pick up on. Assuming, you know, you actually went to kindergarten.

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  • Pizzadude

    Pizzadude

    March 11, 2015, 2:46 am

    Oh yeah, the worship (singing with a band etc. for those who haven't been there) was one of the best parts, and was usually the time when people would really be "feeling it." I had the same thing, with the chills and thinking that I was experiencing something divine. We did have some amazing musicians up there too, a few of whom now have record deals.

    The other staff were great, for the most part. Honestly, the only reason that I'm not close with them any more is that I don't want to deal with the awkwardness of them questioning my motives and trying to change my mind.

    I was also a pretty nerdy, outcast skater kid in school, and one of the reasons that I loved being at camp was that I felt accepted, like I was part of a big family. People who normally wouldn't give me the time of day at school were good friends up there. We had a lot of fun hiking and climbing summits on our weekends, playing pranks on each other, taking road trips, etc.

    It hurts a little bit to look back and think about how we were also teaching kids to believe some pretty crazy things. I still feel a little guilty over that.

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  • wizlevard

    wizlevard

    March 10, 2015, 4:45 pm

    As part of my philosophy degree, we did a really interesting course on "Philosopy in Literature". Terrific stuff. We'd be covering utilitarianism in the main stream, and reading Hard Times in the Phil. Lit. stream. Or studying existensialism, and reading Camus, Sartre, Gide et al.

    So you might think I'd have a ton of really great suggestions for you, but I'm only goint to offer one: Tom Robbins. No, I'm not joking.

    Pretty much anything by Robbins will give you a great read, washed through with some half-serious pop philosophical stuff. Plus, you need something like Robbins to help wash your mind clean of any remaining traces of the pollution Ayn Rand may have left there.

    Seriously - put the Rand down. Step away from the Ayn.

    Pick up a copy of "Still Life With Woodpecker" instead.

    Trust me.

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  • PanFlute

    PanFlute

    March 10, 2015, 7:44 am

    Movies are bad for many reasons:

    1- You don't talk and stare at a screen for hours on end

    2- Sometimes you won't share the same taste in movies

    3- It's been done

    Going for drinks is mediocre to bad, depending on the establishment:

    If there is live music that you both enjoy, sure, go have a blast and feel the night out - if necessary, have a back-up plan in case she doesn't like it and wants to leave. If it's at a bar with drunk idiots, I'd refrain from that.

    Take her on an activity date - learn something cool together or teach her how to do something.

    If you know how to surf, take her surfing.

    If you know how to fight, teach her how to throw a right hook.

    If you know how to cook, bake some snacks together and eat them while watching the sun-set.

    If you know how to make her cum, wait for the fifth date before busting that one out.

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  • greyfinch

    greyfinch

    March 10, 2015, 8:31 am

    > former Catholics

    I feel about as uncomfortable as you do. When I think back and remember that I was taught that we were somehow consuming part of Jesus in a cracker, or the oddity that is the Trinity, I scratch my head and wonder how the hell I managed to swallow those inane beliefs. What is particularly uncomfortable is that at one point I almost had myself convinced; I had gone into a complete frenzy, and it scares me when I recall how blind I had become to reality.

    I do rag on my old faith, though. I resent being fed so much bullshit and giving money to pay for the lavish cathedral I was dragged to.

    *edit* fucked the quotation syntax.

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  • Plushgunner

    Plushgunner

    March 11, 2015, 3:32 am

    Overall, the two biggest vendors on campus are Dell and Apple. We haven't gotten any direct pressure from the vendors; most of their methods just involve greater than normal price breaks and covering our marketing expenses.

    They both have teams of campus representatives, Apple's is about twice as large as Dell's, which lobby the different departments and student groups. From what I've seen and heard, most of the reps are pulled from the store directly, there are largely ineffectual. Any lobbying they do doesn't have much of an effect on popular view of either of their products.

    My managers largely leave us to our own devices on what products to recommend. The company reps don't offer us any kickbacks and we don't work on commission. Any social engineering largely happens outside of the store.

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  • Lagavulin

    Lagavulin

    March 11, 2015, 12:36 am

    You're right. The building and home products industries completely undermined the American 'green' movement in a matter of months, simply by turning green into an over-saturation marketing gimmick and taking the guts out of actually reforming their products. Which is pretty much the same thing the industrial food corporations did with the organics movement before it.

    Real cultural revolution has to happen on an individual level, and will never happen on a corporate or government level. But most people -- and more especially Americans -- don't really want to change anything about how they are, they just want to keep doing what they've always been doing yet somehow feel emotionally better about doing it.

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  • Sysiphuslove

    Sysiphuslove

    March 11, 2015, 12:16 am

    Well, what Brenda is doing is putting your girlfriend 'in the middle', which is never a nice place to be, as well as insulting her intelligence by suggesting that she can't pick a good boyfriend and somehow needs her (Brenda's) help. No one likes that, so if you do your best *not* to put your girlfriend in the middle -- even gritting your teeth and saying something nice about Brenda now and then -- I'm sure your GF will appreciate it and will defend you all the more when Brenda does run her mouth.

    Everyone gets sick of that BS sooner or later. Just be a good boyfriend and love your girlfriend, and if Brenda doesn't shut up about you she'll be putting their friendship in danger, not your relationship.

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  • 44magnum

    44magnum

    March 10, 2015, 12:42 pm

    When you are competing with the best, one needs to improve every conceivable aspect of their abilities. The vast majority of MMA fighters need to increase their relative strength. It's as important as endurance, and doesn't take much time if done properly. Training that targets maximum strength builds strength endurance. However, training for strength endurance, like CrossFit, doesn't build maximum strength

    Three 30-60 min strength training sessions per week and you're golden. This type of training will add so much to any MMA fighters ability.

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  • Djurmz

    Djurmz

    March 11, 2015, 5:00 am

    If it were me, I'd force myself to one of two options. 1)Stop being fuckbuddies, call it off, just be friends, and see if a relationship develops. Or 2)keep being fuckbuddies for as long as you can ignore your feelings.

    The reason is that sex clouds your judgement. If you do want to explore your feelings and see if there is a relationship there, you have to remove sex from the equation to see his other traits objectively. If you can't give up the sex, then don't dump your feelings into the middle of the fuckbuddy arrangement.

    You both signed up for NSA sex. That doesn't just mean that you GET sex without the drama of a relationship, it also means that you GIVE it. If you can't do this anymore, call it off.

    Edit: clarity

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  • sh33ple

    sh33ple

    March 10, 2015, 3:34 pm

    Short selling is selling shares you don't own. If you have a problem with that, you have a problem with shorting, not naked shorting.

    Alternatively you might mean lying about your intention/ability to borrow the shares you are selling. But you are still not answering the question of why it is bad. It is bad, of course, to deliberately cause fails to deliver. However, it is bad in a procedural way in that it messes up the smooth operation of the clearing process. This has nothing to do with the price of the stock in question. Somehow I doubt all these reddit commenters are worked up about efficient trade processing.

    So I ask my question again. Why the intense moral outrage about naked shorting specifically?

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  • mexicodoug

    mexicodoug

    March 11, 2015, 12:11 am

    If you were young and trying to enter the job market now, do you think it would be better?

    I had a great time in the late seventies traveling around the USA working whatever jobs I could find, dishwashing, picking fruit, planting trees, construction, gardening, but then, I didn't really give a damn about money beyond whether I had enough to fill my belly or not.

    I'd say to any young person who can't find the kind of job they want to work for the rest of their life to get out and travel, work your way wherever you want to live for a few months, then move on. It's better than college in a lot of ways. If you're physically and mentally healthy and willing to work you can survive comfortably pretty much anywhere outside of war zones.

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  • imamom32

    imamom32

    March 10, 2015, 8:27 am

    My sister in law put it best, I suppose, even though I thought it was a strange way of thinking, when she said "why get a dog and chain it up outside?" This was in response to people asking her why she wasn't becoming a mother. I know many women who enjoy their solitude, enjoy traveling, enjoy freedom, and they make that choice to not have kids. I think they are commendable for having the foresight of knowing that there is no need to keep up with the Jones', or have a baby for society. On the other hand, I know women who believe they don't want kids, and they get one by a divine act of fate, a surprise, etc... and are suddenly immersed in a new kind of bliss. You will figure it out, and either way, I wish you luck.

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