leburnerdelurker
LeBurnerdeLurker
leburnerdelurker
Mar 4
23

There will BE no response because she’s been murdered by Candyman! Does nobody in New York ever watch a damn movie? Yeah, it took place in Chicago but lessons can still be learned!

Mar 4
2

I’ve reached the age where when asked if I have children and I say “no,” no one says anything as I’ve obviously “missed the boat.” But man it is just such a conversation stopper. What I’d like an answer to is, what do you say after that? The other person is clearly assuming you were going to say yes, and anticipating Read more

Mar 4
4

My parent’s father cannot accept that we are not having children, and it is of course MY fault. From regular questions about whether I’m barren to whether I will change my mind. Read more

Mar 4
15

Supposedly Tsar Nicholas and family had jewels in London. After their deaths in the Revolution, this collection magically showed up in the BRF’s collection a few decades later. Read more

Mar 4
51

I am definitely of the camp that this progression started the minute they made Harry march through London behind his mother’s casket. The palace can reap what they sowed. Harry was out no matter what, and they are extra spectacularly mad that the person that pushed it over the edge is an American woman with a mixed Read more

Mar 4
5

You’re talking about hypothetical potential bullshit again. Ability means diddly squat when our government has already shown they are more than willing to forsake the wellbeing of the public at large for the sake of profit margins. Read more

Mar 4
41

Meghan’s bullying was probably disagreeing with the people that thought they knew better than her and her setting clear boundaries. 

Mar 4
17

I’m not someone who believes the conspiracy theory that BP engineered Diana’s death (or even had a direct hand in it), but it’s definitely safer - given the violent history of the British monarchy - for H&M to live 5500 miles away for the next few years at least.

Mar 4
70

Talk about a tempest in a teapot. When the dust settles its going to land on the palace. I don’t think it will damage the reputations of Mr. and Mrs. Sussex and really just underlines that there was a need for them to get the hell of that dreamed up cage fight which was built by the press, and curiously, egged on by Read more

Mar 4
9

I’m 30, and my partner and I are pretty sure kids aren’t in the cards for us. We just have too much debt and make too little money and I am immensely not ok with the total lack of social safety net for families that’s become extremely obvious during the pandemic. I’ve felt like during the pandemic, we faired kinda ok? Read more

Mar 4
12

How is this relevant to the topic. You and countless others are having a shitty time. The families that lost people are worse off perhaps? Is this the suffering olympics?

Mar 4
14

“We need to have enough working-age people to carry the load of these seniors, who deserve their retirement, they deserve all their entitlements, and they’re gonna live out another 30 years,” Read more

Mar 4
44

We wanted children, but were never successful. Over the years when people asked if we have children and I saidno”, it was so often followed by how children are one of life’s greatest joys, or “you should do it”. Now that I’m turning 40, I’m coming to the sobering realization that some people still don’t just stop at Read more

Mar 4
29

And also worth noting that America’s probably got more going for it in terms of ameliorating the problems caused by lower birth rates than a lot of the developed world. Read more

Mar 3
91

Also a fun time to remind everyone that we’ve never actually seen a generation retire with the 401k system rather than pensions, and the general assumption is that it’s going to go terribly. Read more

Mar 3
52

I live a red state. We have manymanymany issues. But we are also more culturally and racially diverse than a lot of liberal areas of the country. It’s tiresome being the butt of jokes by Hollywood/Blue States/Hipsters when the country as a whole is racist, sexist and xenophobic. The generalizations that we’re all Read more