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Just remember, all of these left-wing led boycotts of Indiana over RFRA and companies that do business with gun makers is just a silly culture war fight or something. And besides, they're private businesses. I see nothing wrong with the gulags if they are privately funded and operated.
If only there had been a senator that tried to end Operation Choke Point. Oh, yeah, Rand Paul did. And he also voted against this legislation. I'm really curious what she meant by that. It's such a strange side-comment that I'm starting to wonder if I just misunderstood what she meant. I can't tell with Rand if he's just that savvy or if he's just saying 'no' all the time and our government is so terrible that it happens to be the correct answer 9 out of 10 times.
His dad was Dr. No, and I have to think he noticed that his dad didn't really accomplish anything while still being extremely popular in his tiny niche.
In the case of Operation Choke Point it wasn't legislation, it was Rand and four other senators working to undue the executive action. So more proactive than merely voting. Don't look at me. Let this be a warning to FrontPageMag. They're in the back door, and now they're coming for you.
So now we start seeing the extent of "economic crimes". All within the state homeland, nothing outside the state homeland, nothing against the state homeland. Yes, we must always remember that the government setting the parameters of how you conduct business right down to the minutia of every day operations isn't really state control of an industry even when they throw you in jail for manufactured crimes.
So, now the government will go and arrest all these prostitutes so they can no longer do with their bodies as they wish. I'm sure making them unemployed will be a huge improvement And, of course, it is always assumed that no woman would ever whore herself out for money despite over years of evidence to the contrary.
Women just naturally abhor sex outside of marriage, you see, and exchanging sex for maybe a fancy dinner is just beyond the pale. Essentially what this type of thinking relies upon is the notion that women are incapable of enjoying or using sex to their advantage, which is really just a rehash of the Victorian era.
The irony, of course, is that these types would abhor the Victoria era for the things they instinctively seem to otherwise agree with. Having defeated social conservatives, Progressives then reveal themselves to be social conservatives. Yes, I've heard this line as well in how the hijab is empowering because it averts the male gaze.
Nevermind that men forced them upon women since they didn't want other men ogling their property. I'm sure your hardcore Progressive would note that Muslim men realized earlier than most that they had to curb the baser instincts of men by They aren't positive how to spin this in favor of both Muslim men and white liberal women, but that won't stop them from trying to mash shit together until they end up with modern art.
In much the same way that having defeated progressives, conservatives then reveal themselves to be progressives. You just suggested that you enjoy watching football while having sex.
Think of the implications. Not that there's anything wrong with that. It could be lingerie football, not the sort of football with sweaty, muscular young men running and jumping and wrestling around in skin-tight uniforms that showcase every rippling muscle and bulging Not On My Smashed Avo.
I'm visiting Melbourne, what should I do? I'm moving to Melbourne, how do I look for places? I'm bored in Melbourne, what's entertaining? I'm going on a date in Melbourne, where should we go? How can I better find a job? I'd like to go on a hike! I need a job. I need to move! Where to find a share house to rent?
Websites for casual sex? I'm recently divorced and not ready for a relationship but I have needs. I'm still quite young and attractive and not into anything weird, but after a nasty break up I'm lacking confidence. Tinder is a double edged sword.
You may gain a boost to confidence but you may also take a massive blow. My old house mate had great success on adultmatchmaker. Though he paid for his membership, he was never short of something or someone to do on a Friday or Saturday night. Craigslist is skewed towards m4w or m4m. When there is a rare w4m post, most are immediately flagged for removal by forces unknown.
Locanto leans heavily towards m4w. In some casual encounter posts, just short of of them are m4w, m4m and the rest scattered amongst w4m and couples for various.
Separates dating from adult jobs. The dating section is so slow it has posts from last year still on first page. Despite what it might say about discrete I did get an random advertisement email from one of my classmates once. Got far better odds on Reddit. And with the spam getting very hard to tell real from fake the whole thing is probably more trouble than its worth.
Here is my advice. Go join a local group PT session at the nearest park....