commented on SL Letter of the Day: Partners Still
Agree with everyone saying he needs to figure out whether his marriage can be saved independent of figuring out shit with Rachel.
I also kind of feel like if he and Rachel were truly in love and wanted to be together, they would have made it happen by now. It takes fewer than 20 plus years to act on true love.
commented on Lost Lake Doesn't Allow Customers to Wear Google Glass, and Here's a Good Reason Why
Yeah this Starr guy sounds like a complete dick knuckle, but getting up in arms about Google glass in restaurants while other devices with the same capabilities are considered acceptable in that setting seems silly. It is obnoxious when someone sits and plays with their phone at a restaurant, but these people would never be asked to leave.
commented on It Took Me 5 Seconds...
Yeah, I noticed the guy making a weird expression in the background but didn't get why that was especially hilarious.
commented on Adam Levine Is Not the Sexiest Man Alive
I'm not into Adam Levine either, but I feel kind of bad for him now, what with all the backlash over this. He didn't ask for the title, and they so rarely get it right anyway that I don't know why anyone bothers to take it seriously.
... I would marry Louis CK ...
commented on SL Letter of the Day: Over & Out
14@ That sounds worse than I can imagine and I am so sorry.
Staying in a miserable marriage for the sake of your kids doesn't sound healthy to me, though I'm sure plenty of people continue to be miserable, make bad choices, and fuck up their kids' lives well after a divorce. Divorce itself isn't the problem in those scenarios. Some people just shouldn't have kids.
commented on SL Letter of the Day: Smallsville
I'd prefer a smaller or average-sized cock -- say 4.5 or 5 inches -- to an 8 inch cock any day. Giant cocks hurt, and most women don't orgasm just from being rammed with a cock anyway. Cultivate your other skills and stop worrying so much about your size. And probably dump your girlfriend too.
commented on Lunchtime Quickie: Wait, Anti-RAPE Underwear?
@50 "I said that culture affects biological impulses but does not create them."
No, you haven't said that. You just keep saying that cultures can only react to rape -- sometimes in problematic ways, like by victim-blaming or by forcing the woman to marry the rapist -- but can't possibly cause rape, since rape is hard-wired into human nature and predates culture. You haven't seemed to consider that certain cultural attitudes toward rape, like that it's usually the woman's fault, could actually exacerbate or perpetuate the problem of men feeling like they can easily get away with rape. Or the problem of men feeling entitled to do what they want with women's bodies. Or the problem of men feeling angry toward women and wanting to physically dominate them against their will.
Because none of that has anything to do with rape, right? Rape is just about guys trying to get girls pregnant.