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Aug 24 I Hate Screen Names commented on Incoming Duke Freshmen Refuse to Read Alison Bechdel's Fun Home Because Lesbians Are Gross.
Why are these kids even going to college? If you only want to read stuff that confirms your beliefs, just stay at home and keep reading conservative blogs.
Aug 20 I Hate Screen Names commented on About Josh Duggar's Ashley Madison Account.
I'm hoping this is the first of many conservative douchebags to be outed in the days to come.
Aug 20 I Hate Screen Names commented on An Open Letter to People Thinking About Checking to See if Their Husbands or Wives Were On Ashley Madison.
@60: I think it's more like closing your eyes, spinning around, and firing a gun blindly with your partner in the room. You would certainly prefer that your partner not get hit, just like you would prefer your partner not find out about the affair. You might also think that you're so skilled at marksmanship/ affair hiding that your partner "probably" won't get hit. But the fact remains that there is a non-trivial risk your partner will get hit/find out. And that you're not about to let that risk to your partner interrupt the joy you get from firing that gun/having that affair.

So I wouldn't necessarily ascribe an intent to hurt your partner in having an affair. More like a reckless disregard for your partner's well-being.
Aug 19 I Hate Screen Names commented on An Open Letter to People Thinking About Checking to See if Their Husbands or Wives Were On Ashley Madison.
@39. Gotcha, and totally agree. That's why I have such contempt for philandering politicians who make their humiliated, supposedly "forgiving" wives stand next to them when they're trying to spin the fallout. What assholes.
Aug 19 I Hate Screen Names commented on SL Letter of the Day: Cover Your Tracks.
Yeah. Let me front an issue which came up the last time. Interactive porn is not sexting with a real person. It's more like a "choose your own adventure," but with porn clips instead of text.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_po…

So this is basically regular porn with a slight technological twist. There's no real person on the other side.
Aug 19 I Hate Screen Names commented on An Open Letter to People Thinking About Checking to See if Their Husbands or Wives Were On Ashley Madison.
@36: You don't feel bad for the men who have to deal with the shame of their supposedly cheating women? Not all guys respond to cheating with beatings. Some of us just feel like complete shit for a while.
Aug 19 I Hate Screen Names commented on An Open Letter to People Thinking About Checking to See if Their Husbands or Wives Were On Ashley Madison.
@18: Oh, shit. I'm guessing that's the first of many conservative "family values" douchebags who will be outed in the days to come. Schadenfreud-licious.
Aug 19 I Hate Screen Names commented on An Open Letter to People Thinking About Checking to See if Their Husbands or Wives Were On Ashley Madison.
Also, what @7 and @8 said. It's not the pain that this issue, Dan. It's that your partner subjected you to that pain because s/he is a cheating piece of shit. That the pain is caused by your partner is the issue, not the pain itself.

To crystalize the distinction: would you stay with your partner if s/he hit you? Why not... getting hit isn't that painful.
Aug 19 I Hate Screen Names commented on An Open Letter to People Thinking About Checking to See if Their Husbands or Wives Were On Ashley Madison.
I'm surprised at how many people apparently used their work address. Back when I was online dating, I created throw-away accounts for my profiles. That way when I found someone I wanted to exchange emails with, I didn't have to disclose my real email address to someone who might be crazy. My wife did the same thing.

Mind you, this was for non-secretive online dating. I would think people looking to cheat on their partners would be even more conscious of security than that.
Aug 18 I Hate Screen Names commented on The GOP Wants to End Birthright Citizenship.
@42: Once again: "if a person born and raised in America is not American, than what are they?" Let's get to specifics here:

1. If my parents were illegals and thus I'm not an American, than to which country do I belong? My parents' country, even though I've never lived there? No country?

2. What about my kids-- to what country do they belong? My grandkids?

Don't just give the NIMBY answer. Say who should claim people born and raised in the United States, if not the United States.
 

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