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Arguing, Best Buy, and Crime: - TheEternal792 1 point 27 minutes ago raising prices arbitrarily First of all, definitely not stealing, even if you want to argue that its immoral. Who made those drugs and who owns them? The company. Who sells the drugs? The company. Who buys the drugs? The customers. If customers want the drugs that the company took the risk and time to develop, they're going to have to pay that amount. If they are unwilling or unable, they'll have to find help to pay for it or find an alternative. I can't fathom how you could classify that as stealing. If a company sets their prices too high, they won't get any business. I can agree that tax evasion is a problem and shouldn't happen, which is where we would benefit as a country with a simpler tax system and flat taxes. Monopolies generally don't exist nor are they much of a problem, because, again the free market generally corrects them (and even if it didn't it's not stealing). If a company has a monopoly on a product and is making large profits, another company can begin and offer competition. This breeds higher customer service, overall better quality products/services, and lower costs. You'd have to give examples of misleading or misinformation, but in general it should be up to the consumer to do the research before paying for a good or service In literally every example you listed, it isn't stealing. Some of them you could definitely make an argument for being immoral, but they're not stealing. If I'm choosing to pay for a good or service and am properly provided that good or service, it is by definition not stealing, not matter what the cost is. permalink embed save parent edit disable inbox replies delete reply [score hidden] 26 minutes ag0 It's stealing. Sorry permalink embed save parent report give gold reply - TheEternal792 1 point 25 minutes ago Now that's just blatantly ignorant. Could you please providejustification on how it's stealing? If that's what you classify as stealing, then literally every time I go to best buy or McDonalds I'm being stolen from permalink embed save parent edit disable inbox replies delete reply [score hidden] 22 minutes ag0 No, you're a pedant. I'm not playing pedantic games with you. Oh, it's literally not stealing because the law is x" is what you're saying. What I'm saying is that it IS stealing and my definition isn't some pedantic nonsense. That's it. permalink embed save parent report give gold reply - TheEternal792 1 point 18 minutes ago I'm not being pedantic at all. I'm simply saying you're accusing them of a very serious crime without providing any justification. I conceded that you could argue it's immoral but that calling it stealing is pure nonsense. That's not how capitalism works. It has nothing to do with being pedantic or what the law says, it's basic common sense and economics. It doesn't matter what "your definition is because you're trying to accuse people of an immoral action to justify your own immorality. I'm simply asking you to back it up and you can't. Edit: and just to be clear, if you ever intend to have any reasonable or polite discussions/debates it's important to set terms and agree on definitions. It's not pedantic, it's just all pointless otherwise permalink embed save parent edit disable inbox replies delete reply [score hidden] 15 minutes ag0 I'm not being pedantic at all I conceded that you could argue it's immoral but that calling it stealing is pure nonsense K. permalink embed save parent report give gold reply [-] TheEternal792 1 point 12 minutes ago How do those two sentences contradict? Stealing is not the same as immoral. Stealing is immoral, but that doesn't make every immoral action stealing. Again, this isn't being pedantic, it's common sense permalink embed save parent edit disable inbox replies delete reply [score hidden] 11 minutes ag0 Stealing is immoral, but that doesn't make every immoral action stealing. Again, this isn't being pedantic... More K. permalink embed save parent report give gold reply - TheEternal792 1 point 10 minutes ago Sorry, I should've slapped a trigger warning on my original post for you before I started making sense
Anaconda, Apparently, and Bad: Vote 43 Share Vote 43 Share Reply2 Rosterbattle .1d Yup. When all else fails attack the person having a civil conversation. A eftist through and through Rosterbattle.1d l sent you a whole list of policies. Which included the budget surplus. Which was last year that i looked back at it. He has literally made history in a sit down with North Korea. And you resort to Attacking me personally which speaks of your character You said the president hasn't done anything positive at all, you are wrong. Is he 100% amazing. No. Yet tax reform and a economic growth mean nothing apparently Reply 1 Reply1 PM _ME_YOUR_ZR 1d You have shown iack shit. You assert baseless nonsense in the hopes others fall for confirmation bias or sheer laziness. You are a liar and sit in a delusional bubble where reality is inconvenient to your beliefs. Exactly the kind of person who posts in t_d PM ME YOUR ZR 1d I he onlv failure here is vour life. You ignore any and all facts that demon- strate you are wrong, and claim assertions are proof. You are as pathetic as the microdick you suckle. ota Reply3 43 Share Rosterbattle 요. ld Bush gave Obama a country with a declining unemplovment rate and he sure fixed that. It only started going back down late 2015. So to continue to promote jobs is still a win. You are saying tax breaks are bad because of wealth disparity? The rich get richer. Well i agree the wealthy always get the best breaks. Trump has dropped the national budget into the black by 182 billion Reply2 Rosterbattle 1d And when all else fails.., resort to petty name calling. Wonder why the Dems are doing so bad Reply 2 PM_ME_YOUR_ZR 1d I notice a distinct lack of policy in your response, I am no the least surprised Reply1 Also, Obama was given a weak government that fell into recession that doubled unemployment before he could enact and see the results of actual economic stimulus Current job markets are under-performing compared to projections at the end of Obama's presidency; it would have been better if trump had done nothing VIEW ALL COMMENTS
Being Alone, Dude, and Food: Professor: Wings-Eating Show Hot Ones Is Problematic for Women By KATHERINE TIMPF July 12, 2018 6:33 PM oo O O O Hot Ones host Sean Evans (YouTube screengrab via First We Feast) A YouTube show that challenges contestants to eat increasingly spicy chicken wings has raised the ire of a Tulsa media-studies professor. ccording to a professor of media studies at the University of Tulsa, the YouTube show Hot Ones is problematic because it "manipulates inequitable gender hierarchies." In case you aren't familiar with Hot Ones, it's a show where the host challenges his guests to eat increasingly spicy chicken wings. Seems pretty harmless, right? An innocent chicken-eating show couldn't possibly be something that's actually hurting women, could it? Well, Professor Emily J. H. Contois thinks it could. According to her paper, "The spicy spectacular food, gender, and celebrity on Hot Ones," published in the journal Feminist Media Studies, the show "creates, maintains, and manipulates inequitable gender hierarchies through the interrelated performances of gender, food consumption, and celebrity." In other words: According to Contois, society just doesn't accept the idea of women eating spicy foods, and that is the reason that only eleven women have appeared as contestants on the show so far. Women, she argues, know that they don't really stand a chance on Hot Ones, because gender binaries "create power hierarchies by feminizing dainty, light, and sweet flavors and foods, eaten in small portions with restraint." The paper goes on to claim that society conditions people to believe that "real men" are supposed to "seek out and conquer" spicy foods, and that "being the type of dude who loves hot sauce is part of performing conventional masculinity.. through actions like disregarding risk and facing danger fearlessly" Women, on the other hand, aren't supposed to eat messy foods like wings, or to discuss topics such as the effects that spicy foods might have on their digestive tracts, because these topics are "often considered taboo for women to openly discuss, let alone as part of a celebrity persona" without adopting a sort of "cool girl" persona, which some women might not want to do. <p><a href="https://feminismisahatemovement.tumblr.com/post/175942345598/alaija-mogai-watch-oh-my-god-stop-a" class="tumblr_blog">feminismisahatemovement</a>:</p> <blockquote><p><a href="http://alaija.tumblr.com/post/175942082248/mogai-watch-oh-my-god-stop-a-woman-who" class="tumblr_blog">alaija</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a href="https://mogai-watch.tumblr.com/post/175941005491/oh-my-god-stop-a-woman-who-eats-hella-spicy" class="tumblr_blog">mogai-watch</a>:</p> <blockquote><p>Oh<br/> My<br/> God.<br/> Stop.<br/> -A woman who eats hella spicy wings and doesn’t appreciate this kind of nonsense “academia” getting funded while departments contributing more than virtue-signaling and divisive dreck are chronically under-funded.</p></blockquote> <p>Some brave woman just needs to smash the piquant ceiling!!!</p> <p><br/></p> <p>Or just have a Thai woman go on there…</p> </blockquote> <p>Go easy on them, feminists ran out of things to be plausibly outraged about in around 1982. This is what they’re left with now.<br/></p></blockquote>

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