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#52 - All I remember about this guy is the Maraschino Step he did on… 04/17/2014 on the next avatar 0
#46 - And I was all "Oh, this must be the full video clip of th… 04/16/2014 on It's been a long day. 0
#177 - Lul, you do gotta dig for it though. Getting into arguments,…  [+] (1 new reply) 03/11/2014 on Deadbeat Mothers 0
User avatar #181 - kousei (03/11/2014) [-]
gladly, I love having them. Right now i got a guy a little up from here and we are having a fun discussion over abortion and responsibility. This stuff just makes my day, i don't know if it's the interplay of ideas, trying to restructure my side to find a more optimal route, or if i'm just a closet troll and i'm out to make people mad but this is always fun.
#172 - I see where you're coming from with that, yah. I thin…  [+] (3 new replies) 03/11/2014 on Deadbeat Mothers 0
User avatar #174 - kousei (03/11/2014) [-]
Well between god and myself i think we've given you a little more than a bumper stickers worth, but i assume you're talking about the content. The way i see it, these aren't bumper stickers, they're matches or sign post. Most content i just scroll past once I've received it's message (the funny/feels/morbid/etc) but this one i got through and immediately said "there's some good conversation in the comments" lo and behold!
#177 - loliday (03/11/2014) [-]
Lul, you do gotta dig for it though. Getting into arguments, especially in a place like FJ, makes me queasy x.x

But I do appreciate the civil conversation!
User avatar #181 - kousei (03/11/2014) [-]
gladly, I love having them. Right now i got a guy a little up from here and we are having a fun discussion over abortion and responsibility. This stuff just makes my day, i don't know if it's the interplay of ideas, trying to restructure my side to find a more optimal route, or if i'm just a closet troll and i'm out to make people mad but this is always fun.
#156 - Very possible. With all the various legislation hoo-hah going …  [+] (5 new replies) 03/11/2014 on Deadbeat Mothers 0
User avatar #158 - kousei (03/11/2014) [-]
Though in my personal opinion i think their might be a higher social statistic on dead-beat dads than dead-beat moms. When a woman gets an abortion there exist two strong reactions "murderer" and "pro-choice" but when a man walks away from the responsibility of a child there is pretty much just one "dead-beat dad" of course this neglects the middle ground of "your choice" but considering women have a possible positive reaction to their decision, i think i have to give my sympathy to the men.
#172 - loliday (03/11/2014) [-]
I see where you're coming from with that, yah.

I think part of this kind of goes back to abortion though. Being a dead beat dad, going to jail for not paying child support, all of that, kind of hinges on the fact that the child had already been born. There is a thing here now that society must deal with in one way or another, and when a parent walks away from that, "dead beat" comes into play. I'm very careful to refrain from saying dead beat dad though, because I know that dead beat mothers definitely also exist.

Conversely, when a woman aborts, the child, and I am -very- aware of how dangerous this is to say, does not "exist" yet.

The idea of when a thing is considered human is another argument I'd rather not get sucked into x.x

Of course, this doesn't take into account the situation of two adults who mutually agree that they do not want children yet or ever.

I just think there are too many variables to say one way or another, and I really hate it when complex, multi-faceted issues are summed up in a bumper sticker's worth of discourse.
User avatar #174 - kousei (03/11/2014) [-]
Well between god and myself i think we've given you a little more than a bumper stickers worth, but i assume you're talking about the content. The way i see it, these aren't bumper stickers, they're matches or sign post. Most content i just scroll past once I've received it's message (the funny/feels/morbid/etc) but this one i got through and immediately said "there's some good conversation in the comments" lo and behold!
#177 - loliday (03/11/2014) [-]
Lul, you do gotta dig for it though. Getting into arguments, especially in a place like FJ, makes me queasy x.x

But I do appreciate the civil conversation!
User avatar #181 - kousei (03/11/2014) [-]
gladly, I love having them. Right now i got a guy a little up from here and we are having a fun discussion over abortion and responsibility. This stuff just makes my day, i don't know if it's the interplay of ideas, trying to restructure my side to find a more optimal route, or if i'm just a closet troll and i'm out to make people mad but this is always fun.
#135 - I'm glad at least we agree that both sides are harassed. Wheth…  [+] (7 new replies) 03/11/2014 on Deadbeat Mothers -1
User avatar #142 - kousei (03/11/2014) [-]
May I attempt a clarification? Socially it may be a coin toss on who gets it worse but LEGALLY I'm afraid men are held more responsible for a child than women.
#156 - loliday (03/11/2014) [-]
Very possible. With all the various legislation hoo-hah going on though, I think it's fair to say that the line is far from static.
User avatar #158 - kousei (03/11/2014) [-]
Though in my personal opinion i think their might be a higher social statistic on dead-beat dads than dead-beat moms. When a woman gets an abortion there exist two strong reactions "murderer" and "pro-choice" but when a man walks away from the responsibility of a child there is pretty much just one "dead-beat dad" of course this neglects the middle ground of "your choice" but considering women have a possible positive reaction to their decision, i think i have to give my sympathy to the men.
#172 - loliday (03/11/2014) [-]
I see where you're coming from with that, yah.

I think part of this kind of goes back to abortion though. Being a dead beat dad, going to jail for not paying child support, all of that, kind of hinges on the fact that the child had already been born. There is a thing here now that society must deal with in one way or another, and when a parent walks away from that, "dead beat" comes into play. I'm very careful to refrain from saying dead beat dad though, because I know that dead beat mothers definitely also exist.

Conversely, when a woman aborts, the child, and I am -very- aware of how dangerous this is to say, does not "exist" yet.

The idea of when a thing is considered human is another argument I'd rather not get sucked into x.x

Of course, this doesn't take into account the situation of two adults who mutually agree that they do not want children yet or ever.

I just think there are too many variables to say one way or another, and I really hate it when complex, multi-faceted issues are summed up in a bumper sticker's worth of discourse.
User avatar #174 - kousei (03/11/2014) [-]
Well between god and myself i think we've given you a little more than a bumper stickers worth, but i assume you're talking about the content. The way i see it, these aren't bumper stickers, they're matches or sign post. Most content i just scroll past once I've received it's message (the funny/feels/morbid/etc) but this one i got through and immediately said "there's some good conversation in the comments" lo and behold!
#177 - loliday (03/11/2014) [-]
Lul, you do gotta dig for it though. Getting into arguments, especially in a place like FJ, makes me queasy x.x

But I do appreciate the civil conversation!
User avatar #181 - kousei (03/11/2014) [-]
gladly, I love having them. Right now i got a guy a little up from here and we are having a fun discussion over abortion and responsibility. This stuff just makes my day, i don't know if it's the interplay of ideas, trying to restructure my side to find a more optimal route, or if i'm just a closet troll and i'm out to make people mad but this is always fun.
#130 - Maybe not to you this has nothing to do with abortion, but thi…  [+] (9 new replies) 03/11/2014 on Deadbeat Mothers 0
User avatar #132 - godtherapist (03/11/2014) [-]
How many women go to jail for not paying child support even though they are more likely to default on payments than men? How many men are shamed every day for being a bachelor or not "manning up" and taking care of someone else? How many men are told that it's "your fault she's pregnant."

Both sides are harassed for their choices but only one side actually has legal options to exit.
#135 - loliday (03/11/2014) [-]
I'm glad at least we agree that both sides are harassed. Whether or not one side gets it worse than the other, taking all societal problems into account, is up in the air, and is honestly not a debate I want to get into. With anyone.
User avatar #142 - kousei (03/11/2014) [-]
May I attempt a clarification? Socially it may be a coin toss on who gets it worse but LEGALLY I'm afraid men are held more responsible for a child than women.
#156 - loliday (03/11/2014) [-]
Very possible. With all the various legislation hoo-hah going on though, I think it's fair to say that the line is far from static.
User avatar #158 - kousei (03/11/2014) [-]
Though in my personal opinion i think their might be a higher social statistic on dead-beat dads than dead-beat moms. When a woman gets an abortion there exist two strong reactions "murderer" and "pro-choice" but when a man walks away from the responsibility of a child there is pretty much just one "dead-beat dad" of course this neglects the middle ground of "your choice" but considering women have a possible positive reaction to their decision, i think i have to give my sympathy to the men.
#172 - loliday (03/11/2014) [-]
I see where you're coming from with that, yah.

I think part of this kind of goes back to abortion though. Being a dead beat dad, going to jail for not paying child support, all of that, kind of hinges on the fact that the child had already been born. There is a thing here now that society must deal with in one way or another, and when a parent walks away from that, "dead beat" comes into play. I'm very careful to refrain from saying dead beat dad though, because I know that dead beat mothers definitely also exist.

Conversely, when a woman aborts, the child, and I am -very- aware of how dangerous this is to say, does not "exist" yet.

The idea of when a thing is considered human is another argument I'd rather not get sucked into x.x

Of course, this doesn't take into account the situation of two adults who mutually agree that they do not want children yet or ever.

I just think there are too many variables to say one way or another, and I really hate it when complex, multi-faceted issues are summed up in a bumper sticker's worth of discourse.
User avatar #174 - kousei (03/11/2014) [-]
Well between god and myself i think we've given you a little more than a bumper stickers worth, but i assume you're talking about the content. The way i see it, these aren't bumper stickers, they're matches or sign post. Most content i just scroll past once I've received it's message (the funny/feels/morbid/etc) but this one i got through and immediately said "there's some good conversation in the comments" lo and behold!
#177 - loliday (03/11/2014) [-]
Lul, you do gotta dig for it though. Getting into arguments, especially in a place like FJ, makes me queasy x.x

But I do appreciate the civil conversation!
User avatar #181 - kousei (03/11/2014) [-]
gladly, I love having them. Right now i got a guy a little up from here and we are having a fun discussion over abortion and responsibility. This stuff just makes my day, i don't know if it's the interplay of ideas, trying to restructure my side to find a more optimal route, or if i'm just a closet troll and i'm out to make people mad but this is always fun.
#120 - Well it seems like a lot of the arguments going on are dealing…  [+] (11 new replies) 03/11/2014 on Deadbeat Mothers 0
User avatar #122 - godtherapist (03/11/2014) [-]
This has nothing to do with abortion. This is about parental choice. Women can choose when they become parents, men can not. In some cases the child is not even his and yet he is still forced to be that child's 'father' against his will.

We have a double standard in society that makes it so that Men can never not want children or his is shamed, hated, and even jailed.
#130 - loliday (03/11/2014) [-]
Maybe not to you this has nothing to do with abortion, but this is an obvious powder keg topic that pretty much drags up every possible argument related to the original post. For it to not be about abortion -somewhere- in here is incredibly unlikely.

As for parenthood, I find it a little odd that you think that men are the only ones that get shamed for not wanting children and being deadbeats. I mean, how many abortion clinics have been firebombed? How many women have been reviled for pursuing a career rather than being a stay at home mom? How many women have grown up thinking that their lot in life is to pop out youngins?
User avatar #132 - godtherapist (03/11/2014) [-]
How many women go to jail for not paying child support even though they are more likely to default on payments than men? How many men are shamed every day for being a bachelor or not "manning up" and taking care of someone else? How many men are told that it's "your fault she's pregnant."

Both sides are harassed for their choices but only one side actually has legal options to exit.
#135 - loliday (03/11/2014) [-]
I'm glad at least we agree that both sides are harassed. Whether or not one side gets it worse than the other, taking all societal problems into account, is up in the air, and is honestly not a debate I want to get into. With anyone.
User avatar #142 - kousei (03/11/2014) [-]
May I attempt a clarification? Socially it may be a coin toss on who gets it worse but LEGALLY I'm afraid men are held more responsible for a child than women.
#156 - loliday (03/11/2014) [-]
Very possible. With all the various legislation hoo-hah going on though, I think it's fair to say that the line is far from static.
User avatar #158 - kousei (03/11/2014) [-]
Though in my personal opinion i think their might be a higher social statistic on dead-beat dads than dead-beat moms. When a woman gets an abortion there exist two strong reactions "murderer" and "pro-choice" but when a man walks away from the responsibility of a child there is pretty much just one "dead-beat dad" of course this neglects the middle ground of "your choice" but considering women have a possible positive reaction to their decision, i think i have to give my sympathy to the men.
#172 - loliday (03/11/2014) [-]
I see where you're coming from with that, yah.

I think part of this kind of goes back to abortion though. Being a dead beat dad, going to jail for not paying child support, all of that, kind of hinges on the fact that the child had already been born. There is a thing here now that society must deal with in one way or another, and when a parent walks away from that, "dead beat" comes into play. I'm very careful to refrain from saying dead beat dad though, because I know that dead beat mothers definitely also exist.

Conversely, when a woman aborts, the child, and I am -very- aware of how dangerous this is to say, does not "exist" yet.

The idea of when a thing is considered human is another argument I'd rather not get sucked into x.x

Of course, this doesn't take into account the situation of two adults who mutually agree that they do not want children yet or ever.

I just think there are too many variables to say one way or another, and I really hate it when complex, multi-faceted issues are summed up in a bumper sticker's worth of discourse.
User avatar #174 - kousei (03/11/2014) [-]
Well between god and myself i think we've given you a little more than a bumper stickers worth, but i assume you're talking about the content. The way i see it, these aren't bumper stickers, they're matches or sign post. Most content i just scroll past once I've received it's message (the funny/feels/morbid/etc) but this one i got through and immediately said "there's some good conversation in the comments" lo and behold!
#177 - loliday (03/11/2014) [-]
Lul, you do gotta dig for it though. Getting into arguments, especially in a place like FJ, makes me queasy x.x

But I do appreciate the civil conversation!
User avatar #181 - kousei (03/11/2014) [-]
gladly, I love having them. Right now i got a guy a little up from here and we are having a fun discussion over abortion and responsibility. This stuff just makes my day, i don't know if it's the interplay of ideas, trying to restructure my side to find a more optimal route, or if i'm just a closet troll and i'm out to make people mad but this is always fun.
#116 - Ectopic pregnancies :I  [+] (13 new replies) 03/11/2014 on Deadbeat Mothers 0
User avatar #117 - godtherapist (03/11/2014) [-]
What the hell does a medical condition have to do with this?
#120 - loliday (03/11/2014) [-]
Well it seems like a lot of the arguments going on are dealing in absolutes. As in it is in every situation wrong to have an abortion.

But in an ectopic pregnancy, the egg is fertilized somewhere other than the uterus, like the fallopian tubes. If it's brought to term, the mother is -very- likely to die. So in that situation, what's more ethical? Abort the egg, or don't abort and kill them both?

I'm not looking to get really heated about this, by the way. Seems like you've got enough of that on your hands as it is.
User avatar #122 - godtherapist (03/11/2014) [-]
This has nothing to do with abortion. This is about parental choice. Women can choose when they become parents, men can not. In some cases the child is not even his and yet he is still forced to be that child's 'father' against his will.

We have a double standard in society that makes it so that Men can never not want children or his is shamed, hated, and even jailed.
#130 - loliday (03/11/2014) [-]
Maybe not to you this has nothing to do with abortion, but this is an obvious powder keg topic that pretty much drags up every possible argument related to the original post. For it to not be about abortion -somewhere- in here is incredibly unlikely.

As for parenthood, I find it a little odd that you think that men are the only ones that get shamed for not wanting children and being deadbeats. I mean, how many abortion clinics have been firebombed? How many women have been reviled for pursuing a career rather than being a stay at home mom? How many women have grown up thinking that their lot in life is to pop out youngins?
User avatar #132 - godtherapist (03/11/2014) [-]
How many women go to jail for not paying child support even though they are more likely to default on payments than men? How many men are shamed every day for being a bachelor or not "manning up" and taking care of someone else? How many men are told that it's "your fault she's pregnant."

Both sides are harassed for their choices but only one side actually has legal options to exit.
#135 - loliday (03/11/2014) [-]
I'm glad at least we agree that both sides are harassed. Whether or not one side gets it worse than the other, taking all societal problems into account, is up in the air, and is honestly not a debate I want to get into. With anyone.
User avatar #142 - kousei (03/11/2014) [-]
May I attempt a clarification? Socially it may be a coin toss on who gets it worse but LEGALLY I'm afraid men are held more responsible for a child than women.
#156 - loliday (03/11/2014) [-]
Very possible. With all the various legislation hoo-hah going on though, I think it's fair to say that the line is far from static.
User avatar #158 - kousei (03/11/2014) [-]
Though in my personal opinion i think their might be a higher social statistic on dead-beat dads than dead-beat moms. When a woman gets an abortion there exist two strong reactions "murderer" and "pro-choice" but when a man walks away from the responsibility of a child there is pretty much just one "dead-beat dad" of course this neglects the middle ground of "your choice" but considering women have a possible positive reaction to their decision, i think i have to give my sympathy to the men.
#172 - loliday (03/11/2014) [-]
I see where you're coming from with that, yah.

I think part of this kind of goes back to abortion though. Being a dead beat dad, going to jail for not paying child support, all of that, kind of hinges on the fact that the child had already been born. There is a thing here now that society must deal with in one way or another, and when a parent walks away from that, "dead beat" comes into play. I'm very careful to refrain from saying dead beat dad though, because I know that dead beat mothers definitely also exist.

Conversely, when a woman aborts, the child, and I am -very- aware of how dangerous this is to say, does not "exist" yet.

The idea of when a thing is considered human is another argument I'd rather not get sucked into x.x

Of course, this doesn't take into account the situation of two adults who mutually agree that they do not want children yet or ever.

I just think there are too many variables to say one way or another, and I really hate it when complex, multi-faceted issues are summed up in a bumper sticker's worth of discourse.
User avatar #174 - kousei (03/11/2014) [-]
Well between god and myself i think we've given you a little more than a bumper stickers worth, but i assume you're talking about the content. The way i see it, these aren't bumper stickers, they're matches or sign post. Most content i just scroll past once I've received it's message (the funny/feels/morbid/etc) but this one i got through and immediately said "there's some good conversation in the comments" lo and behold!
#177 - loliday (03/11/2014) [-]
Lul, you do gotta dig for it though. Getting into arguments, especially in a place like FJ, makes me queasy x.x

But I do appreciate the civil conversation!
User avatar #181 - kousei (03/11/2014) [-]
gladly, I love having them. Right now i got a guy a little up from here and we are having a fun discussion over abortion and responsibility. This stuff just makes my day, i don't know if it's the interplay of ideas, trying to restructure my side to find a more optimal route, or if i'm just a closet troll and i'm out to make people mad but this is always fun.
#233 - "You can't apologize if you're dead, boys!" … 02/04/2014 on Are you fucking sorry? +1
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