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anh is keeping quiet this time.
Sep 15, 2010 anh commented on I, Anonymous.
I guess it's my turn to say that this is the most boring I Anon that I've ever read. This shit happens all the time. Don't worry, Support Enforcement will find him at his next job and garnish his wages until he follows through with his responsibility on his own. It's a hefty garnishment for child support, too.
Aug 6, 2010 anh commented on Heather Has Two Mommies, One Daddy, and Several Matriarchal Women in the Community Who She Thinks of as Moms.
@31, I agree with everything you said. I just feel that it's necessary to add that it's important for anyone to be accepting of others, regardless of their beliefs and lifestyle. Acceptance is important to everyone (as part of that basic need for love and belonging. Those who say they don't need it at all are lying to themselves.) What a lot of people fail to realize is that without accepting other people's beliefs and lifestyles -- whether they agree with beliefs and lifestyles other than their own or not -- they are creating a smaller circle of acceptance for themselves.
Jul 17, 2010 anh commented on I, Anonymous.
Hey Anon, if you see this guy again, ask for his badge number. If he won't give it to you (or even if he does) report him to the police who are actually doing their job. This guy raises a concern with me. I come from a small town not far from Seattle and several years ago (about 7 or 8 years ago, actually) there was a guy who was arrested & convicted for posing as a police officer in order to lure women into his car so he could rape them. He actually ordered an official uniform for the police department in our town and bought a cop car with our PD's logo on it. If the guy you are speaking of really gives you the creeps and isn't doing his job, you should contact his C.O. (if he even has one) and let them know what's going on. We don't pay our taxes so some guy can stand in a bar playing grab ass when he should be protecting the community.
Jun 16, 2010 anh commented on I, Anonymous.
@#9, very true...

I'd also like to ask IA, is this girl's favorite song "Oops!...I Did It Again" by Britney Spears by chance? If so, maybe that should have been your first clue...
Jun 16, 2010 anh commented on I, Anonymous.
@2, These days, it could still be about a gay man, regardless of what the law says.

At least those virgins can rest assured that if they get an STD, it's somewhat unlikely that they're getting it from the virgin hunter. On the other hand, men do this to women all the time and no one seems to say anything about it other than "Alright, high five!" Regardless, I still think they're all douchebags and assholes for the games they play.

As for the Anon -- In my opinion, if you were waiting to have sex with someone you were in a loving relationship with, then you should have waited until you were married, since that's generally the only guarantee that the bitch won't dump your ass as soon as she's done with you sexually (and if she does, then you have every right to lay the blame on her...unless you get married while completely blackout drunk in Vegas...) Any virgin hunter is most likely not going to wait that long and you would have avoided having your heart broken. It sucks that you had your heart broken. I can completely sympathize with that. However, maybe you needed to learn a valuable lesson from this person. Next time, think things through a little more carefully, don't ignore what your gut instinct tells you and accept responsibility for YOUR role in the story before placing all of the blame on someone else when the shit hits the fan. You are partially to blame, regardless of what you tell yourself. I do have to agree with what you said about her not getting any smarter because of some guy...No one can fix stupid except yourself. If you don't feel intelligent on your own, then you aren't going to feel intelligent with anyone else, either.
Jun 2, 2010 anh commented on Savage Love.
I say Dan tracks down the email address of the mother who invaded her daughter's privacy and blast her. It doesn't matter whether or not mommy pays for college. She has no right to snoop through her daughter's phone. She lost that right as soon as daughter dearest turned 18. If my mom would have done something like that I would have found my own way to pay for college and told her exactly where to go. I thank my mother, though, for not being an overbearing control-freak and for respecting my privacy throughout my entire life.
Apr 28, 2010 anh commented on I, ANONYMOUS.
I believe the proper word would be 'pederast.'

As for remembering things from the age of 3, I broke my arm by falling off of a slide when I was 2. That is my first clear memory. Think about the first thing you remember clearly. Was it something traumatic? How old were you when it happened? You might not remember exactly what life was like then or which cartoon character you loved, but you would most likely remember being molested or having some sort of trauma at that age.
Apr 3, 2010 anh commented on Savage Love.
No, UNCUT, if things don't go as you'd like them to and dude goes from completely hot to complete d-bag, don't talk to him afterward. Just be civil and polite and if he's still a dick about it, continue to be polite or just pretend he doesn't the best of your ability. Talking to him about not wanting things to be weird will only make them weirder. Also, your friend's OPINION is just opinion. A preference on her part, if you will. Perhaps the person you should be asking about said preference is the guy in question.
Mar 17, 2010 anh commented on Remember Me: This Whole Review Is One Huge Spoiler.
I did see this movie and I really enjoyed the story. I also noticed the pants. Those were AWFUL! It looked like he shat himself! Also, Tyler's roommate was hilarious! However, I was not expecting the ending and my friend (who saw it with me) got pissed at me and started hitting me in the theater -- mostly because we're a couple of saps and she started crying as soon as she saw the date on the chalkboard. In some respect, I guess I deserved it. Of course, if you're not looking for a movie that makes you think or feel and/or you've never grieved over the death of a significant loved one, then it might be hard for you to relate to this film. It was less about 9/11 and more about the bonds we form with the people in our lives and what we miss out on when we don't pay attention to them, in my opinion.
Mar 17, 2010 anh commented on Savage Love.
#10 said exactly what I was thinking, except...

DIB, the only thing that should be a concern that your marriage wouldn't survive as far as this fetish goes, is if he's violent and/or dangerous about it (or anything else for that matter.) Otherwise, let him have his shoe porn. You can't control the way a person thinks and if all he's thinking about during sex is running shoes (or baseball highlights when he's not ready for it to end), then you don't have anything to worry about. I am also a woman who learned that very valuable lesson from my husband. I agree that he should be better at covering his tracks, out of respect for you, but don't let the trivial stuff threaten your marriage.