There was some things he stretched a bit, but mostly he told the truth.
I'm going to do this tonight, November 5th, with two of my much funnier friends.
Thanks for the robust discussion, guys. Don't forget to be friendly, and please link to the statistical study that tells us the ethnicity of pawn shop owners nationwide.
Brian, I have reviewed your offer to punch me in the face, and I accept. I know it can be hard to recognize me from my photo, so you can find me at my job as a bouncer at Stockman's. No need to introduce yourself—just walk right up and sock me one.
I'm going to preemptively ask that no one post any 500-word comments about how much money Indian reservations spend. You know who you are.
Well, I can't argue with logic.
When was the last time you looked at a public school curriculum? You've implied that you didn't enroll your kids in public school, and that was three decades ago. It's possible that your idea of what goes on there is not accurate. I urge you to look at the MCPS curricula and see what's really being taught; it's a lot less "social engineering" and "political correctness" than you might think.
I also urge you to keep to yourself that anecdote about almost beating someone to death. It's weird.
Every time someone writes about rape in this paper or in the Missoulian, I tell myself not to read the comments. Then I do. Shame on you for thinking that "women don't get raped" and "women shouldn't get raped, because their dads should frighten people" are even coherent ideas, much less arguments.
There are people trying to do something about this problem, and all you can respond with is your experience as smug old men. I believe you when you say you have no respect for anyone too intimidated to withdraw consent. You speak like someone who has never been sexually intimidated in his life.
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