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  • Dan Savage or Charles Mudede
  • If you could bring one dead person back to life, who would it be?: George Carlin
  • God is: the collective power of humanity. Ours is a very stupid God.
  • What's your biggest grammatical pet peeve?: "I could care less"
  • Zune or Segway

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Aug 22 MythicFox commented on SL Letter of the Day: Jacked Around.
In my experience, if someone has to stress multiple times that they "think of themselves" as open/understanding/accepting/etc. then they know that they're full of it. No wonder this guy was hiding things and preemptively feeling shame.
Aug 18 MythicFox commented on SL Letter of the Day: Potential Murder, She Wrote.
Just for the record, your planning-to-murder-you husband saying that he'd miss you if you weren't around doesn't mean he won't kill you. It just means he'll kill himself immediately afterwards.
Jul 31 MythicFox commented on I, Anonymous.
No, no, I think society is crumbling because you think posting this will one day matter.
Jul 1 MythicFox commented on SL Letter of the Day: A Glorious Chorus.
I'm starting to suspect that R.R. might actually be a teenage girl trying to write gay male erotica and too lazy to do her own research.
Jun 16 MythicFox commented on I, Anonymous.
I read the title and was hoping it was about cheap whores. I'm disappointed.
May 16 MythicFox commented on SL Letter of the Day: He's a Bi Man Now.
My guess is that either he's bi-curious and rounded it off to 'bi' for the profile or he figured she already knew for some reason (like perhaps he told her while they were both a little drunk and she forgot because of the aforementioned drunkenness).
May 7 MythicFox commented on Savage Love.
I don't think Dan's taking into account goths and ghost hunters in that last letter...
Apr 24 MythicFox commented on Savage Love.
The point I was trying to make before is that I'm not sure I've ever met a 19-year old who was any more fundamentally mature than a 14-year old, disabilities or no.

But then, I spend a lot of time in a town with a party school. So my dataset is mostly based on watching these people spending most of their day talking about getting drunk and/or getting laid, and then going out in the evenings and drinking themselves into Forrest Gump levels of coherence and staggering through the streets like it's Mardi Gras. There are police present in the bar/club areas of town, but it's mostly to protect the food trucks and make sure nothing gets set on fire.

Honestly, the city would be a lot nicer if a bunch of these people were staying in and camwhoring on the weekends.
Apr 23 MythicFox commented on Savage Love.
With all due respect to WORRIED, if her son's intelligent enough that he can be let out of the house without a helmet it sounds like his 'emotional maturity problem' is that he's 19 and these days nobody that age has enough common sense to fill a bucket.

Also, he needs to get off my lawn. There, I said it.
Apr 23 MythicFox commented on SL Letter of the Day: The Wedding Party.
Wait. Wait. Wait. Wait. She's been married to this guy for two years (and who knows how long they were together before that) and she's just now finding out that there's friction between her and the husband's family? And it just so happens that they eloped, thus avoiding having to deal with his family at their own wedding?

If this letter is real, even if this woman's side of the story is exactly as she says and she's simply kind of a pain in the ass at home and having a bunch of nutjobs hate her for it, these people need to get the hell away from each other ASAFP. For both their sakes.

If she's made up a bunch of bullshit to make herself look better than she does (which I honestly hate to imagine a world where she could actually look worse), these people need to get the hell away from each other ASAFP. For both their sakes.

But even by the standards of what's likely a fake letter, this seems a little contrived. It feels like someone's writing a novel where this is happening, doesn't know what to do about the relationship, and is writing Dan in the hopes that he'll offer something inspirational. (or, just as likely, the character in the novel is turning to an advice columnist and the author wants an 'authentic' answer)
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