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Comment: Re:Okay - stop... just fucking stop. (Score 0) 135

by BarbaraHudson (#49387071) Attached to: It's Time To Open Your Eyes

The references provide a shared framework and a starting-point for humor that is generally enjoyable by most "geeks" or "nerds".

So, if you are not enjoying it, then the inference is obvious. So, kindly turn-in your Geek Card now, and leave the rest of us to enjoy our drivel.

That is so last-century. Now that the government wants everyone to get into STEM, having a Geek Card is no longer cool. It ranks right down there with hipsters, both of which are still slightly above being Mike Pence.

Comment: Re:WWJD? (Score 1) 1146

You made a very specific claim - "I own a business. I am a business man. I decide who my potential customers are, and who I don't accept as customers. No one can make that choice for me.

I've provided one example where that is absolutely not true. In other words, your statement was a lie. If you have a problem being proven wrong, that's your problem, not mine. :-)

Comment: Re:This is about being accepted - nothing more (Score 1) 1146

Sex is for making babies. Gays can't do that and defy a natural order. End of subject.

So let me get this straight - the only time people should have sex is if you want to have a baby and it's the right time in the woman's cycle?

If you expect anyone to believe that, you're crazier than me!

Comment: Re:There is no such thing as equal work (Score 1) 348

Infants can see their parents faces, though not much further than that.

Also, I wrote that it's for the father to bond with the child, not vice versa. And just holding them and rocking them to sleep helps form that bond. Also, babies need attention at all hours of the day and night - wet diapers wait for no-one. And babies make for a LOT of laundry.

Then there's the hidden assumption in your question - that the man's job is more important economically to the family than the woman's. That's not a safe bet any more.

Nobody's gonna believe that computers are intelligent until they start coming in late and lying about it.