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Suddenly Visible: Illicit Drugs As Part of Silicon Valley Culture

misexistentialist Re:Where's the drug tests? (505 comments)

What "social ill", an abandoned yacht?

3 days ago
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The Daily Harassment of Women In the Game Industry

misexistentialist Re:How about fixing the males? (962 comments)

You'd need to fix the women first. The sexually aggressive guys are the ones they find sexiest. But of course you'd need to fix reality first. Dominating is how you win on Earth. If anything abortion and birth control have damaged the species by blocking the proliferation of rapey genes, resulting in a listless population.

about a week ago
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The Daily Harassment of Women In the Game Industry

misexistentialist Re:Pft (962 comments)

Yet if I wanted to carry a cat back to my apartment against its will I'd be the one traumatized. Women behave more like naive kittens than the "survivors" they portray themselves as

about a week ago
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The Daily Harassment of Women In the Game Industry

misexistentialist Re:Occams Scalpel (962 comments)

She's not talking about the office, but about the internet public. What a surprise, a manipulative woman exaggerates and conflates basement trolls with workplace discrimination, and exaggerates her vulnerability to attention whore and passive aggressively demand censorship.

about a week ago
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ChickTech Brings Hundreds of Young Women To Open Source

misexistentialist Re:Selective Service (158 comments)

Every country has plans to mobilize men, except maybe in Africa where they prefer to draft little boys. The socialist countries don't need any kind of registration because all citizens are already tabulated into the collective through national IDs, health insurance, welfare, etc. Though the OP's complaint is rather trivial, I'd be more outraged about the average female's tax/entitlement ratio.

about two weeks ago
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Chinese Couple Sells Children To Support Online Game Addiction

misexistentialist Re:The good news? (131 comments)

If the kids are being "trafficked" to adoptive families it's not really much of a crime.

about two weeks ago
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After NSA Spying Flap, Germany Asks CIA Station Chief to Depart

misexistentialist Re:Why is Obama doing this . . . ? (219 comments)

Obama is looking for his real birth certificate which is in a German vault along with the ark of the covenant, 1000s of art masterpieces thought to have been destroyed, $10 trillion dollars worth of gold bricks, and a cryogenic chamber in which the Fuhrer patiently rests.

about three weeks ago
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Wireless Contraception

misexistentialist Re:Hmm (302 comments)

If population control is so great, why does the government need to import millions of Hispanic children and raise them at public expense to "build the future of America"?

about three weeks ago
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Wireless Contraception

misexistentialist Re:yes but (302 comments)

"We" don't do it, it's wannabe dictators and parasites who implement such policies. A necessary war could be fought with volunteers and funded with war bonds. It's really a myth that you have to pay government at all, since the cost to forcibly collect generally exceeds what's supposedly owed. With government now printing unlimited money taxation is really just a show of dominance

about three weeks ago
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Wireless Contraception

misexistentialist Re:Why? (302 comments)

The advantage for a woman is that it is totally covert with plausible deniability. Melinda Gates envisions that it will reduce the Negro population by allowing African wives to avoid the trouble of having children while they scam their husbands out of cash; in the police states of the West of course they will scam men out of cash by having a child, with the added convenience of insuring that the father isn't their husband.

about three weeks ago
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Here Comes the Panopticon: Insurance Companies

misexistentialist Re:It's already going on... (353 comments)

Why would they reduce your premiums when they could increase their profit instead? In fact they should raise your premiums, since a conservative driver probably has money in the bank, and will pay his bills.

about three weeks ago
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Judge Frees "Cannibal Cop" Who Shared His Fantasies Online

misexistentialist Re:Should probably be locked up (185 comments)

Most loony bins were closed, all those people are on the streets terrorizing the general population into demanding that the government be given more money and power

about a month ago
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U.S. Supreme Court Upholds Religious Objections To Contraception

misexistentialist Re:Companies don't pay for healthcare, workers do (1330 comments)

The premium is the compensation, a plan that doesn't hand out birth control like candy to the girls will have a lower premium. If you want everything imaginable covered you'd need to pay your company to work there.

about a month ago
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U.S. Supreme Court Upholds Religious Objections To Contraception

misexistentialist Re:Let the floodgates open (1330 comments)

Smokers can certainly be denied coverage or even fired. That's the mainstream religion

about a month ago
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U.S. Supreme Court Upholds Religious Objections To Contraception

misexistentialist Re:Lots of people can't afford a movie a week (1330 comments)

If you can't afford to go to the movies maybe you can't afford to have sex? Cucumbers are cheap, a low-calorie food, and are also covered by food stamps.

about a month ago
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U.S. Supreme Court Upholds Religious Objections To Contraception

misexistentialist Re:A win for freedom (1330 comments)

There is no justification for forcing anyone to pay for anything. Not even spaghetti. Government economic coercion is the real "slippery slope". Contraceptives are predictable expenses and have no business being in insurance, abortion is an elective procedure and shouldn't be covered either. The pressure to force these treatments to be "free" is entirely emotional, and could be said to come from socialist/satanic religious doctrines.

about a month ago
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Massachusetts SWAT Teams Claim They're Private Corporations, Immune To Oversight

misexistentialist Re:No sovereign immunity (534 comments)

Whole point of their "special weapons and tactics" is to make any defense impossible, unless you live in fortified compound, in which case they will burn it

about a month ago

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