StorminMike2000
StorminMike2000
StorminMike2000
Sep 18
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Is it too inconvenient to mention that Robby Coltrane (the actor who played Hagrid) disagrees with Redmayne, Watson, Grint, and Radcliffe?

Sep 18
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But she’s never said that trans-gendered people should be denied any rights. That’s why this is so bonkers. She doesn’t agree with a presumptive 1-to-1 equivalence between the experience of cis-gendered females and trans-gendered women.
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Sep 17
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Feels like gratuitous navel-gazing to me. There is already so much content on COVID-related inequities that demanding more (I can’t see how criticizing lighter-quarantine content is anything other than demanding more hard-hitting content) doesn’t serve a purpose. Besides, I don’t recognize the qualifications of Read more

Sep 9
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Everyone focusing on what she’s asking for is missing the forest for the trees. Read more

Sep 8
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If he has a documented history of dissociative identity disorder, he has a defense. If he doesn’t, if he just likes to play-at having two identities rattling around in there, he’s guilty of a felony. One person, one vote.
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Sep 6
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Just finished watching it and wanted to continue interacting with it.  Thanks for the write up. 

Sep 2
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I’m happy to edit my “small-business” statement to “closely-held” since calling a billionaire “small” is undoubtedly ridiculous.
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Sep 2
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Is “mansplaining” a catch-all for any statement made by a man to any audience now? It used to be reserved for someone pompously assuming ladies couldn’t wrap their pretty little minds around a subject. I shared my reading of this woman’s behavior. I certainly wasn’t trying to “educate” the female audience in Read more

Sep 2
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If you’re acting in a Star Wars project involves force-wielding space knights and you are not one of the force-wielding space knights, you are a supporting character.
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Sep 2
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I don’t understand the hate this guy gets thrown at him for keeping his writing credits to himself. He’s a small-business that’s extremely successful. He doesn’t have an obligation to let other people do the work he wants to do himself. 
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Aug 31
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You don’t have to project “Trump sympathies” on to this woman. The reality is everyone has an innate “tribalist” tendency. What we call bigotry is a person’s inability/refusal to move past this tribalism and accept “the others” in the world. This unchecked tendency can result in competition, even among similarly Read more

Aug 27
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Nah, if god was good she’d have caught a lightning bolt from a clear blue sky the moment she was released on bond. 

Aug 21
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This is inaccurate.  There’s nothing else to say.  You’re simply wrong.

Aug 21
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It’s not a cab/taxi service. They do not solicit business on the street. The point of taxi medallions was to ensure that there were not too many taxis flooding the streets for the amount of people who were trying to hail a cab. It was a barrier to entry that made it far more difficult to earn a living driving, because Read more

Aug 20
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It’s pretty clear you don’t have a law degree* or relevant industry experience**, you’re just discussing what you believe to be the “moral right” rather than what is “legal.” Instead of punching down at you for being slow or not being qualified to discuss the legality of ride sharing, I should try to educate you.
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Aug 20
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This is the most idiotic statement I’ve read today. Well done. No one said anything about giving them an exemption from the new law. Read more

Aug 20
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No, you’re pretending that their business model was illegal when they started operating; it wasn’t.
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Aug 20
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That is patently not true. ICs have been utilized in this country for decades. Uber and Lyft weren’t breaking the law, they were following a law that you find to be unjust. When CA changed the law (making the Lyft and Uber business model illegal), Lyft decided to suspend operations. Lyft doesn’t have an obligation to Read more

Aug 19
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If you don’t market past Democratic presidents as “successes,” you have a harder time making the case that voters should pick the current Democrat. People need to believe that Dem presidents are on the whole better than GOP presidents. You have to have more examples than just Obama to make that case. Read more

Aug 13
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I get that I’m objectively wrong, but this car does not look like a hatchback to me. There’s a gentle slope of the roof that makes it look like a sedan and the enormous wing is level with the roof.