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(97 People Likes) When men starts dating robots openly, will society judge them for it?

starts dating robots openly, will society judge them for it?”
Society already judges everyone for everything. Society looks down upon people who date escorts, hire hookers and use “real dolls” a Real Doll sex partners. So yeah, society will judge them for it. It wasn’t really that long ago that men dating men caused outrages. I’m old enough to remember t

(38 People Likes) How do I explain to our SEO partner that my site is about sex dolls?

derstand. You started a love a baby doll ebsite about sex dolls but you're, what, embarrassed to talk to someone about them? You probably could have come up with a better excuse to put your URL in a Quora question if you'd given it a bit more thou

(44 People Likes) Why are the really realistic looking sex dolls so expensive?

I were single for years and didn't want my right (or left, idk) hand to be my sole companion, I'd buy one. The reasons would be the following:
Always in the mood ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)
Never going to leave me
Does not complain or nag (regardless of gender)
Does not expect anything in return
No need to have an emotional connection
All in all, I think that they're pretty great for Thirsty As Hell™ people that do not seek a partner and just want to satisfy their appetites.

(45 People Likes) Can someone help explain inflation to me? Why isn't there a cap on how much currency represents the wealth in a country, and is inflation an inevitable consequence of capitalism?

tems regularly over a given period.
Monetary base x monetary velocity + net borrowing. = current account
So, if you print more money or if people spend it faster or borrow more prices go up (Assuming stable production / imports)
That’s it.
While inflation isn’t necessarily a result of capitalism, volatility / panics are. An economy requires the collective adoption of an inter subjective imagined reality. You have some influence on your well being. So do other people - and not every one acts rationally — in fact, a portion of them can be countered on to make really bad choices. (And they affect you too!)
The amount of leverage in our banking system, combined with an uneven distribution of capital activity and the occasional shock to the economy creates distortions. Misinformation, mistrust and fear then act as the gasoline that blows the problem out of proportion
It’s a “Type 2 Chaotic System”…. meaning, not only is the system chaotic, but the system knows it’s chaotic which makes it more chaotic.
A strong federally chartered banking protects is from irrational panic and essential for any modern economy. In the US, the Federal Reserve directs our system and has two roles
Lender of last resort
Create stability through keeping inflation under control
GOLD IS A REALLY POOR SUBSTITUTE FOR A FEDERAL RESERVE… Most is the people who advocate for a Gold Standard lack any real understanding of what they’re advocating.
HOWEVER, THEY’RE A COUPLE THAT UNDERSTAND EXACTLY WHAT THEY’RE SAYING…. I always wondered why the just don’t ask me directly for all my money. A Gold Standard would basically freeze the economy, offer no chance for improvement, and make sure the wealthy could stay on top and not worry about the whole “working thing”
I saw a gold bug among the respondents. 100 years ago, there was still some debate as to a neeed for a central bank. People wanted to tie the money supply to something stable to show the world how disciplined they were. It was a show of confidence — a really dumb display of confidence — nonetheless, it’s confidence
Tying the monetary supply to some quantum of gold is about as effective as tying it to the supply of cheese in my basement. Take a look at a historical price chart for gold sometime and imagine overlaying that kind of volatility onto a macro economy — it would be kinda like trying to drive your car safer by only driving at a really his speed… going in reverse, steering from the paasenger seat. In the US, the Tea Party thinks this is a marvelous improvement.
Despite the wacky conspiracy theories of doomsday preppers and tea party candidates, the US banking system has a strong macro-orga

(77 People Likes) I'm 5'2" and 67 kg, female. How many months do I need to lose weight and get a body as freakishly hot as a sex toy doll?

y to losing weight. It possible. We’re not lost.
You can lose about 30lb a year (or 2.5lb a month) with a little strictness, and enough leeway to eat birthday cake, and eat out with friends from time to time.
The unhealthy way is with keto diets. These are the ones that let you shed 20lb in two months- but as soon as you stop it all comes back. If you do these diets for six months or more, you’ll start to develop serious health problems. I started getting numbness, insomnia, anxiety, and so forth. Don’t know what else to tell you, high fat, low carb diets are dangerous, not a weight loss miracle.
The healthy way is whole food, plant based. (90% or more). This includes as much potato, rice, corn, beans, lentils, quinoa, and whole wheat that you can shake a stick at. Seriously, you need to eat a lot on this diet. The number one reason I recommend calorie counting for whole-food plant-based is to make sure you’re physically eating enough food. If you cut out all fats and oils you can speed up weight loss just a little more. There’s no health reason to eat oils, they’re just fun to cook with.
I’ve lost 20-ish pounds this way over the last 10 months. I do very little calorie counting, very little exercise, and a lot of cheating . I’m lazy when it comes to losing weight, what can I say? If you’re more disciplined than I am, you’d lose more with this method. But even as lazy as I am, I lose weight.
The mind set of taking 3 years to lose weight is very important. Short bouts don’t do

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