BlackArmsAkimbo
blackarmsakimbo
Jun 25
17

She knew what she was getting into and she chose to ignore it.  She was told by a doctor that she trusted who, once looking at imaging, strongly urged them not to adopt this child.  That this was going to be a very difficult case.  Multiple experts told her how bad it could be.  They still decided to go for it and Read more

Jun 25
10

Emotional and financial considerations are usually made before deciding to adopt. What makes these people hateful is that their “lifestyle” involves broadcasting their “journey” and their irresponsible choices. They should go away and get jobs that don’t involve traumatizing children.

Jun 25
17

I agree with and appreciate your pointing out the way that families are judged, but the issue here isn’t her “lifestyle”. It’s that she monetized her ‘adoption journey’ of a special-needs child, handed him off to a different family when day-to-day reality sunk in, and her regrets appear to be far more about the loss Read more

Jun 25
18

No to all of this. They adopted for the youtube ad revenue and then gave the child away when parenting became too much work. Fuck them.

Jun 25
64

My thoughts are, did she re-home all the money she made during the process? Because I doubt it.

Jun 25
37

She’s abandoned her boy! She’s abandoned her boy! She’s abandoned her boy!

Jun 24
166

Yes, “hackers” routinely target total nobodys to post a single racist statement.

Jun 24
1

One of my buddies started an instagram page for his Tesla.  It’s beyond insane

Jun 24
4

I don’t think it’s too bad if you compare it to the Model Y. I also think they should just call it the Mach E though and drop the Mustang thing as that is quite obviously a last minute gimmick someone came up with at Ford. Read more

Jun 24
11

It doesn’t look like it’s honoring its heritage much, sitting there at an intersection, all in control and not careening sideways across the grassy boulevard.

Jun 24
37

But as a crossover/thing, I’d say it looks pretty damn good. Especially in that color. 

Jun 24
27

Since it’s clear people will keep buying crossovers (which makes sense! If you see your car as an appliance, which most people do, they make a ton of practical sense) companies might as well try and make them look good, and I think this looks pretty good. (FWIW the Eclipse crossover also looked better in person than I Read more

Jun 24
16

It’s not horrid. I think the big thing that we will have to get used to is the shape of the noses of today’s cars. Because of pedestrian safety standards in Europe, cars are getting crumple zones on the hood and nose. The manufacturers are pretty much stuck with the same side profile to the front of the vehicle right Read more

Jun 24
30

It’s easy to hot-take this thing but it looks like a well-executed electric CUV and a respectable competitor to the Tesla Model Y. Ford got gobs of publicity and name recognition by using the Mustang sub-brand. I think they are doing it right.

Jun 24
2

Thats how you attract people from the Rav4 and CRV. Make it a little less ugly than those and people will love it!

Jun 24
7

Huh, to my surprise that looks actually pretty cool! And, a color that isnt white/grey also. Well done, Ford!*

*obviously lets not fully weigh in till they actually release it and all that.