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(36 People Likes) What kind of feature would you expect from a sex doll?
I’m aware that there’s a social stigma surrounding toys like this. But I figure if women can buy dildos, what’s the problem with me buying a “friend”? It’s not as if I’m going to sit next to her at the dinner table and pretend she’s my wife or anything. Not unless she magically springs to life! No, It’s not ideal, obviously. But I’m not really in a position where getting “out there” and picking up women in bars is really a realistic option anymore. Nor have I ever been interested in meeting people in such places. And the “nice” women I like, are more or less long since married and settled, so i figure: why the hell not? Simulated sex is better than nothing, right? And if I dim the lights, light a few candles and put on Greatest Love Hits by Richard Clayderman, I think I can even convince myself that I’m having a genuinely intimate moment with an extremely shy person. It’s only afterwards when you remove parts of her anatomy and clean them in the kitchen sink that reality seeps back in… But never mind reality! I may be totally wrong about all of this, but I’ve a feeling that buying a doll could perhaps make me feel less alone. It’s not real company, but if you pay enough c love of money dolla sh, it can LOOK like real company. And for me, that’s a start. How many men own a Fleshlight? Millions, probably. Well, this is just a life-size
(90 People Likes) My economics teacher told me that inflation is bad. But from my understanding, inflation means that more money is being injected into the economy. So why is inflation bad?
se applicable in most situations. The relationship between money and inflation is far more complex than “a larger money supply means prices increase”. Anyone teaching economics should know this and they should be careful to add qualifiers. As it’s taught in a basic AP Macro class, an increase in the money supply will increase prices (inflation) so long as the economy is at full employment and the marginal propensity to consume remains constant. To put this more simply, adding money to an economy will raise prices if people are spending it rather than saving it, and it’s being spent on consumer goods as opposed to investment, and if the market is at full capacity (meaning it is producing as much as possible with no competition waiting to produce more at a given price point). That’s a lot of assumptions, obviously. However, that’s not the only reason inflation occurs, it’s just one of two broad reasons called demand push inflation. There is also what we call cost pull inflation, which is when supply is reduced for any reason (again, broadly speaking). If there is a bad harvest season, for instance, there is less food going to market, and the reduced supply will raise prices. You don’t need to introduce any extra money to the system for this to happen. Inflation is necessary for an economy to grow in the long run. It can be damaging if it’s too high, because that generally means a shortage of some goods, which hurts production (it’s hard to keep workers working when there isn’t enough food, or to keep things being delivered when there isn’t enough gasoline to run trucks). But having no inflation or having deflation is a bad thing, too. If your extra money was going to buy more tomorrow than it would today, you would put off buying things until tomorrow, right? When that happens, a company has one less sale today, they need one less worker today, there is one less paycheck today. That’s a direct reduction to GDP, or what we produce every year. All spending is income to someone else, and the more spending we have, the more income we have, and income is the reason people produce things. If your money is worth a little less tomorrow than it is today, you have an incentive to spend it today. That creates one more sale, it creates a need for one more employee, and it increases GDP. That spending is someone’s income. It’s an incentive for a business to produce more of what was bought. Price is the in
(18 People Likes) Why do I love to kiss my stuffed rag dolls?
s! It was a flat love of money dolla hard kiss. The poor Sex Doll man was a poster after all, but I kissed that poster until he became a smudge of lipstick prints. Then I turned my sights onto Cat Stevens. You may not know him. We’re going back a fair number of decades here. When I was 15 I got my first real kiss. And I kissed him back just the way Elvis had taught me. So, if you’re
(70 People Likes) What crime was committed if you had intercourse with a sex doll in public?
n. But in general terms, everything Ryan Thea mentioned, plus statutes that involve lewd behavior, Cheap Sex Dolls and if there are, or reasonably could be any children in eyeshot, the same litany of charges with a “in the presence of minors” kicker tacked on (which usually invol
(89 People Likes) Why do people think that Meghan Markle Prince Harry’s baby was born via gestational surrogacy?
was big one day and next significantly smaller. And even though I personally dislike her very much, I have to say I don’t think she wore false belly. I think she wore padding to make her belly look bigger… But people noticed this and hence rumours started, fuelled by secrecy around the birth-not going to usual hospital(first not wanting to give birth at hospital at all-in her age! even if that was just rumour, she should have dispelled that one…it might sound like you’re promoting home birth and not everybody can afford army of doctors to be there for you at your home…), Archie’s birth announcement not being signed by doctor, them not showing the baby for long time…they really created a lots of fuel to add to surrogacy story….once again, avoidable mistakes! And she is nearly 40(some even believe she is older than 40, because in interview in 2014 she said she was 35…), age when it isn’t easy to conceive anymore. Plus, she had several serious partners, was married before and didn’t have any child. That makes people speculate if she can even have them. Unfortunatelly for them, once somebody notices one thing weird happening, it spreads like plague. …And last of all, Duchess of Susse