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(29 People Likes) Will you buy a sex doll to satisfy your sexual demand if the technologies is advanced enough to customize it to your dream mate with AI and automation, and, will be ready whenever you turn it on, but would never bother you once you turn it off?
ht about this, and I'd probably like to a woman in love guys and dolls try it once, but that would mean renting one, and how gross is that? It's just not the same in my opinion as being with someone real, so I'd rather do without. And what do you with it when your not…. You know … using it? I just wouldn't fe Mini Sex Doll l right stuffing “ her”in a clo
(28 People Likes) If you were going to buy a real doll, who would you have the doll made to the likeness of?
bel Wilson with dark hair or Kate Pe Sex Doll Torso rson (B52’s) I love curvy women, both ladies have class and sh
(42 People Likes) Why does people say that every time someone enters the museum and looks at the doll, the doll will stare at the person? Is it true?
the web and in other media supposedly documenting dolls that move around by themselves, stare at people or even attack people. I find all of it hard to believe. The reason is because so many of these stories are based on second-hand storytelling (i.e. th Best Sex Dolls y heard from a friend of the family or the gardener of their second cousin, etc. that so-and-so event happened). And many of them have no corroborating evidence nor multiple witnesses. Many times the tales of possessed dolls has more to do with the person trying to gain attention or increase the value of the doll than actually describing true events. For example, in the link above, the number 6 story about the doll bought on eBay that attacked its owner is ridiculous to me because the doll pictured was made by Franklin Mint and is the Gibson Girl bride made bac a woman in love guys and dolls in the 1990s. I had the same doll for a while. It’s not a Victorian-era doll. The price they are asking for it is so far above it’s value that it’s laughable. The doll won’t sell for a tenth of that asking price. It is clear that the story is made up to inflate the price of the doll. Some people just have very active imaginations and are suggestable, so if they hear such a story about a doll, they will find themselves experiencing things related to what they’ve heard about the doll because their own mind fools them into seeing something that really isn’t happening. They want to see it, therefore they do see it. Dolls are a popular target for portraying as a vessel for a
(58 People Likes) Do conservatives think the minimum wage shouldn't be adjusted for inflation? If so, why?
es reflexively reject any impediment to unfettered functioning of the free market. As such, conservatives oppose any increase minimum wage But, like many arguments founded in ideological bias rather than facts and statistics, this argument sounds good, but - it masks a more cynical agenda. Fundamentally, changes in minimum wage are about wealth redistribution. Over the long term, there is some good evidence that increases in the minimum wage benefit everybody. BUT, in the short term, increases in minimum wage benefit “labor” at the expense of “capital”. In other words, these changes benefit MOST everyone. The notable ‘non-beneficiaries’ tend to also be large contributors to conservative causes. And, much like the capital gains tax, inheritance tax and regulations surrounding bank privacy, these contributors are keenly aware that they are advocating an unpopular position. So, they can’t show their cards and admit their true intentions (would you?) - they need to come up with other arguments As a result, their arguments are recast with the reductive power of populist politics and then blasted through established channels of idealogically inspired dogma. Now, we argue about something other than the real issue. The “new” minimum wage argument has been recast away from peer reviewed research and into a slickly manufactured sound bite narrative. Instead of facts, the voter hears an oversimplified ‘thought experiment’ to cause him to conclude he understands the issue. From there, its easy to convince this voter he/she can extrapolate their insight to something that looks like the same problem. But, it’s not - and the same intellectual hubris that was excited to “understand” the one problem prevents us from seeing that it’s not applicable to the other problem. This is the essence of conservative marketing and it’s very effective. Think about the minimum wage argument you hear all the time. “If I ran a business and suddenly, the enactment of a minimum wage caused me to have to pay that worker more money, I’d hire less workers. It sounds like a good argument. Except it offers a simple microeconomic construct to refute a much more nuanced macroeconomic problem. Conveniently ignoring the benefit of favoring labor over capital, of increasing monetary velocity, improved productivity and social mobility (just to name a few…) But, far more importantly, it ignores the facts: The minimum wage is one of the most studied phenomena in all of economics and collective insight is best expressed in Card Kruegers 1993 study Minimum Wages and Employment: A Case Study of the Fast Food Industry in New Jersey and Pennsylvania It’s a comparative study of a single MSA that straddles two states - one which had a minimum wage increase and one that didn’t. It turns out raising the minimum wage didn’t effect employment growth. BUT, it did contribute to better lives for lower income people who benefited from the wage increase. To be clear, this isn’t a “single standalone study” but, the culmination of 50 years of economic research on the topic. That’s the thing about the real scientific process - it’s rarely “revolutionary” - and more often a collection of petty, bickering, arcane studies that support a slow and steady march of progress. Even as a standalone, the study has withheld a series of well-funded and increasingly stupid attacks from the Sex Doll ight for one reason: it’s right. (example of problems with most recent “study” The Problems With A New Study On Seattle's $15 Minimum Wage ) Truthfully, I blame the Dems. Instead of using facts to refute an intellectually flawed attack, the Dems promote a story of “hardship at the bottom”. But, by ignoring conservative dishonesty, they unintionally validate it. If voters understood how wealthy interests were co-opting misunderstood policies like minimum wage oppositions to support the largest wealth transfer in history, they might finally recognize those “job creators” for what they are. Instead, the Dems l focus on charity and empathy - both noble ideals. But, entirely inade
(66 People Likes) What is an example of a time someone took political correctness too far?
longer able to teach mathematics. The school accused the teacher of violating equality and discrimination policy. Joshua somewhat unhappy with the school's accusation. Don’t look at me like that. I know what you are thinking. You guys are wondering that the teacher made some racist, homophobic, sexist, Islamophobic, sexist, or Nazi remark, right? Nah. Nothing like that. Joshua did something much more serious. He… used the wrong gender when addressing a student. What do you mean, Rafinha? You see... His class’ students were working in groups, happy and content, like any other day. Our friend and esteemed teacher walked through the classroom, watching attentively students interacting with each other while doing their homework. At one point, Joshua passed a group of (apparently) girls. Can you imagine the utterly inappropriate comment he made? "Very well, girls!" YES, CREATURE! EXACTLY! The teacher lost his job for praising, or making a positive comment about, the work of a group of his students. The problem is that one of the students identified herself as a boy, although she did not appear at first. Okay, honest mistake. S/he corrected the teacher right there, which was fair, right? Jos a woman in love guys and dolls ua apologized and proceeded to call the boy by name of his preference, and that's should be the end of it. Joshua's school policy is to call students exclusively by the appropriate pronoun or chosen name by the student. The idea is that this would avoid problems or occasional misunderstandings. In that case, Joshua should have followed that rule to the very end. The boy, dissatisfied with having complained to the teacher only, went home and told her parents what happened at school. The parents were outraged, and went to complain to the school. The school then decided to suspend the teacher. The accusation? An honest mistake regarding a student's gender, and the worst, calling him (the student) by his name (which is prohibited by school policies), instead of the chosen pronoun. Guys… There is an inability of people to de-escalate situations like this. Or to accept that in social relationships, honest mistakes and apologies are normal, acceptable and recommendable for good social interaction. A simple situation that could have been resolved between the teacher and the student has turned into a snowball so uncontrolled that, now, instead of an apology and returning to a normal and producite life, we have literally the whole world knowing about this, a hyper-unnecessary exposure of those involved, a group of young students who lost a teacher in the middle of the school year, and an absolutely avoidable litigation against the school. The teacher apologized. But the boy did not accept, or just pretended to accept. The parents threatened to take the case to the newspapers. And the school gave in. What did the parents gain from this? Revenge? Against what? For what? How, explain to me how, did the boy, or anyone else involved in it, win in this case? Excess of "politically correctness" in order to satisfy only some hyper-inflated egos is the reason why a 27 year old lost his dream job, for which he spent several years of his life training for. Very sad episode, which reflects well how some values of society are changing negatively. EDIT: Ok, mea culpa. Apparently, the dude repeated the offense after that episode. Sad. I will sustain my initial point, however: people should learn to defuse