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Re: Mommy Shaming
« Reply #60 on: November 18, 2013, 11:26:39 pm »
Golden Applesauce:

Okay, fuck me. Do you know why you were suicidal?

Yes, and I've even posted it to the forum before. But I don't really feel like sharing it with you, because you'll probably call me and my loved ones "sorry losers."
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Re: Mommy Shaming
« Reply #61 on: November 18, 2013, 11:28:24 pm »

What in the fuck is wrong with you?

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Looks like Roger was right. Again. And I, always the optimist, was quite wrong.

I still like him but I don't think he likes us anymore  :sadbanana:
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Re: Mommy Shaming
« Reply #62 on: November 18, 2013, 11:32:41 pm »
I gotta love how he's attacking my "choice" to be a poor single mother.

What a dick.  :lulz:
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« Reply #63 on: November 18, 2013, 11:37:56 pm »
You are such a sorry bunch of losers.

None of you appear to be particularly happy, except on occasion, generally accompanied by being manic... pills, job unhappyness, angry children, stressed for money, stressed for time, etc., but you are still completely convinced that your way of going about things is the best possible way...

Roger, in addition to being a reasonably clever moron, you are also a manipulative bastard with entirely too much time on your hands. The reason I am not going to try to respond to your criticism, scattered among manipulative lies as it is, is that there's no point.

LMNO, I think lazy slob best describes you, always ready for the cheap shot, as long as it doesn't occupy much more than a line and a half.

Gogira, your take on life and your fake posturing at times inspire little other than pity.

Nigel, I've heard of children born angry, but stay-angry? Not really, unless they continually have something to be angry about. And people who continuously strive to find something to be angry about don't grow on trees. Twid, you are a bit daft, aren't you?

However, you all have redeeming qualities and I love you. :)

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I don't live in a perfect world. I live in the world where reasonable cunning and circumspection affords a comfortable and enjoyable life, with the occasional crisis. Most people fail to achieve this and decide to live boring, infuriating, self-harming, maddening lives, but I guess it's a free world.

In my family, and the families that are close to mine, children stay home until the age of three. I know this sounds outrageous, but that's how it is. So their social context is their family until the age of three: and by that time, verbality is entrenched, and most of the dependence is gone (if you raise them resourceful, like you should). And no, the entire social context of those children isn't supportive and positive, but a sufficiently large chunk of it is. They then go on to decent nursery schools and then schools where they actually do stuff they enjoy and generally like going and have a good time. We are a rather small minority, mind you. Most people here, just like there in your wonderland Ammerricka, perceive that they are forced to return to work earlier and put their children in industrial childminding facilities that damage them. I think it is a terrible shame that happens, but the best thing I can do to stop it is not to follow the pattern myself. And you see, the reason we don't mind being called stupid fucking hippies at all, but at all, is that we are having fun.

I am not perfect, in fact, I don't know anyone who is. But there is a difference, and you all know it, between mindlessly repeating the same mistakes day in day out, and making mistakes, noticing them, correcting them and learning from them. I am continuously making an effort to chose the second option.

Oh, and you could live in that world. It's up to you.

Golden Applesauce:

Okay, fuck me. Do you know why you were suicidal?

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I'll start it in a minute, when I'm finished with this answer.

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You completely misunderstood me. It my communications skills be must. I harder try here now:

I don't tell my kids what to do unless they ask me to. The first bit after they are born, when they are not capable of asking, is a bit more complicated than that, m'kay?

I never really conformed to the System, and I emigrated at age 17, from the then Soviet-dominated Eastern Block to the UK, my last job in the sense of paid employment was when I worked as a pool-attendand for 4 years in my early twenties. Since then I have been a frontal lobe prostitute, and did pretty well out of it, though to tell you the truth, it has become right boring in recent years. I currently support a large family together with my wife working very irregular hours that even out at 25-30 hours a week I guess, I play in a band and have sold music for money... yep, I'm a fucking conformist, who wants parents to beat their kids into shape. Right.

Well, that's all I wanted to say, Imma start a thread now...

What in the fuck is wrong with you?

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Looks like Roger was right. Again. And I, always the optimist, was quite wrong.

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Re: Mommy Shaming
« Reply #64 on: November 18, 2013, 11:38:42 pm »
I gotta love how he's attacking my "choice" to be a poor single mother.

What a dick.  :lulz:

He lives in a mantion.  You live in a tense.
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« Reply #65 on: November 18, 2013, 11:42:35 pm »
As for my angry daughter, some people simply have more fiery personalities than others. She is a passionate person who is quick to anger and passionate about social justice. She is certainly, compared to the sanguine personalities of my other children, an angry person, but she isn't angry all the time or without reason. She is angry in bursts, when she perceives that someone is suffering a social wrong. She was like this even in pre-school, when she would defend smaller kids from bullies, and rage about how unfair it is that some kids were mean to or didn't want to be friends with the disabled child in her class. I am incredibly proud of her passion for justice and certainly don't appreciate the implication that she's been abused.

I am certainly not happy about being stressed and poor and struggling. That wasn't my favorite turn of events in my life, that's for sure. But I also am, in fact, completely certain that being in school right now IS the correct choice for me, and for my kids, and I am proud of myself for accomplishing what I have so far in life, even if it might not equal the kind of sheltered, comfortable complacency others consider "success". I'm proud of myself and of my kids, and of the job I've done raising my kids despite hardships and disadvantages.

So, Mr. Comfortable, you can just go fuck right off. :lol:
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« Reply #66 on: November 18, 2013, 11:43:45 pm »
You are such a sorry bunch of losers.

And yet here you are! 

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Roger, in addition to being a reasonably clever moron, you are also a manipulative bastard with entirely too much time on your hands. The reason I am not going to try to respond to your criticism, scattered among manipulative lies as it is, is that there's no point.

I'd just twist your words around, anyway.

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LMNO, I think lazy slob best describes you, always ready for the cheap shot, as long as it doesn't occupy much more than a line and a half.

And he makes so much money, he could even afford to pay someone to sleep with you.  No, really.

Doesn't that make ya mad?  It would make ME mad.

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However, you all have redeeming qualities and I love you. :)

Do you pull that sort of shit on your kids?  I bet you do.
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I am not perfect, in fact, I don't know anyone who is. But there is a difference, and you all know it, between mindlessly repeating the same mistakes day in day out, and making mistakes, noticing them, correcting them and learning from them. I am continuously making an effort to chose the second option.

You've done a bang up job of that here, let me tell you.

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I never really conformed to the System, and I emigrated at age 17, from the then Soviet-dominated Eastern Block to the UK, my last job in the sense of paid employment was when I worked as a pool-attendand for 4 years in my early twenties.

Well, there's a lifestyle I want to emulate.  But my filthy addition to piles of filthy, sweaty lucre prevents it. :(
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« Reply #67 on: November 18, 2013, 11:44:30 pm »
As for my angry daughter, some people simply have more fiery personalities than others. She is a passionate person who is quick to anger and passionate about social justice. She is certainly, compared to the sanguine personalities of my other children, an angry person, but she isn't angry all the time or without reason. She is angry in bursts, when she perceives that someone is suffering a social wrong. She was like this even in pre-school, when she would defend smaller kids from bullies, and rage about how unfair it is that some kids were mean to or didn't want to be friends with the disabled child in her class. I am incredibly proud of her passion for justice and certainly don't appreciate the implication that she's been abused.

I am certainly not happy about being stressed and poor and struggling. That wasn't my favorite turn of events in my life, that's for sure. But I also am, in fact, completely certain that being in school right now IS the correct choice for me, and for my kids, and I am proud of myself for accomplishing what I have so far in life, even if it might not equal the kind of sheltered, comfortable complacency others consider "success". I'm proud of myself and of my kids, and of the job I've done raising my kids despite hardships and disadvantages.

So, Mr. Comfortable, you can just go fuck right off. :lol:

But you don't have a man taking care of you.  That makes Holist a sad, sad panda.  :(
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« Reply #68 on: November 18, 2013, 11:46:29 pm »
As for my angry daughter, some people simply have more fiery personalities than others. She is a passionate person who is quick to anger and passionate about social justice. She is certainly, compared to the sanguine personalities of my other children, an angry person, but she isn't angry all the time or without reason. She is angry in bursts, when she perceives that someone is suffering a social wrong. She was like this even in pre-school, when she would defend smaller kids from bullies, and rage about how unfair it is that some kids were mean to or didn't want to be friends with the disabled child in her class. I am incredibly proud of her passion for justice and certainly don't appreciate the implication that she's been abused.

I am certainly not happy about being stressed and poor and struggling. That wasn't my favorite turn of events in my life, that's for sure. But I also am, in fact, completely certain that being in school right now IS the correct choice for me, and for my kids, and I am proud of myself for accomplishing what I have so far in life, even if it might not equal the kind of sheltered, comfortable complacency others consider "success". I'm proud of myself and of my kids, and of the job I've done raising my kids despite hardships and disadvantages.

So, Mr. Comfortable, you can just go fuck right off. :lol:

If only you'd thought to sell your frontal lobes instead of educating them. Then you could have afforded better childcare than your frontal-lobe-damaged-uneducated-brain could have provided!
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« Reply #69 on: November 18, 2013, 11:46:39 pm »
I gotta love how he's attacking my "choice" to be a poor single mother.

What a dick.  :lulz:

He lives in a mantion.  You live in a tense.

Yes; and clearly any lack of happiness or money I may experience is the result of my poor choices. If I'd made better choices, I wouldn't be a divorced mother of color, I'd have been born a wealthy white man.
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« Reply #70 on: November 18, 2013, 11:48:00 pm »
I gotta love how he's attacking my "choice" to be a poor single mother.

What a dick.  :lulz:

He lives in a mantion.  You live in a tense.

Yes; and clearly any lack of happiness or money I may experience is the result of my poor choices. If I'd made better choices, I wouldn't be a divorced mother of color, I'd have been born a wealthy white man.

Obviously.

Holist would still have your dick up his ass, of course.  It would just be a white dick.
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« Reply #71 on: November 18, 2013, 11:49:08 pm »
As for my angry daughter, some people simply have more fiery personalities than others. She is a passionate person who is quick to anger and passionate about social justice. She is certainly, compared to the sanguine personalities of my other children, an angry person, but she isn't angry all the time or without reason. She is angry in bursts, when she perceives that someone is suffering a social wrong. She was like this even in pre-school, when she would defend smaller kids from bullies, and rage about how unfair it is that some kids were mean to or didn't want to be friends with the disabled child in her class. I am incredibly proud of her passion for justice and certainly don't appreciate the implication that she's been abused.

I am certainly not happy about being stressed and poor and struggling. That wasn't my favorite turn of events in my life, that's for sure. But I also am, in fact, completely certain that being in school right now IS the correct choice for me, and for my kids, and I am proud of myself for accomplishing what I have so far in life, even if it might not equal the kind of sheltered, comfortable complacency others consider "success". I'm proud of myself and of my kids, and of the job I've done raising my kids despite hardships and disadvantages.

So, Mr. Comfortable, you can just go fuck right off. :lol:

If only you'd thought to sell your frontal lobes instead of educating them. Then you could have afforded better childcare than your frontal-lobe-damaged-uneducated-brain could have provided!

If I'd known my place, I wouldn't have ended up in this place, amirite?
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« Reply #72 on: November 18, 2013, 11:51:23 pm »
Holist is a self-made man. This is clearly 100% the result of doing everything right, so that puts him in a position to tell us what. Meanwhile, we're all stuck in ruts, making the same silly mistakes over and over again. He can tell that, from where he sits.
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« Reply #73 on: November 18, 2013, 11:53:33 pm »
Holist is a self-made man. This is clearly 100% the result of doing everything right, so that puts him in a position to tell us what. Meanwhile, we're all stuck in ruts, making the same silly mistakes over and over again. He can tell that, from where he sits.

This explains his opulent lifestyle, you see.  If You People would just listen to his sage advice, you'd all be doing just fine.

And you might even get a piece of that fine hippie ass while you're at it. 

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« Reply #74 on: November 18, 2013, 11:59:55 pm »
Given his "You all suck but I love you" bullshit, his kids are gonna be damaged goods for life.

Just saying.
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 "Billy, when I say that ethics is our number one priority and safety is also our number one priority, you should take that to mean exactly what I said. Also quality. That's our number one priority as well. Don't look at me that way, you're in the corporate world now and this is how it works."
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