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What a bitch
 

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Bull-fucking-shit (about the dress code)

No office I have ever worked in allowed men to wear shorts. Most of the time it's mandatory shirt and tie. Women on the other hand? skirts galore, loose, open shirts because periods and reasons.

I'm not saying that shouldn't happen. But to paint a picture of a place where men are whipping about in shorts in a professional office s a fabrication
 

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Bull-fucking-shit (about the dress code)

No office I have ever worked in allowed men to wear shorts. Most of the time it's mandatory shirt and tie. Women on the other hand? skirts galore, loose, open shirts because periods and reasons.

I'm not saying that shouldn't happen. But to paint a picture of a place where men are whipping about in shorts in a professional office s a fabrication
At my workplace, all the female office assistant seem to have a portable heater pointed straight at them. Bare in the mind the building temperature is set to around 72-75 degree, so it never seem chilly or freezing to need a heater. Now I realize it's because these female workers are wearing skirts and thin blouses most of the time. Female office workers are a walking contradiction, especially the ones that have hair extension. Everyone can tell it's not real hair, and it shows how terribly dirty that person is because the fake hair is all greasy.
 
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At my workplace, all the female office assistant seem to have a portable heater pointed straight at them. Bare in the mind the building temperature is set to around 72-75 degree, so it never seem chilly or freezing to need a heater. Now I realize it's because these female workers are wearing skirts and thin blouses most of the time. Female office workers are a walking contradiction, especially the ones that have hair extension. Everyone can tell it's not real hair, and it shows how terribly dirty that person is because the fake hair is all greasy.
Yep. Easiest way to save the planet would be to force all women to wear warm fucking clothes.

Women using heaters/fires/radiators to stay warm must be 40% of the carbon footprint of the planet.
 

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I know when people have gone batshit crazy because they accuse Stephen Fry of any wrongdoing.

That guy is the most intelligent, sensitive, brilliant, witty, funny and all-round decent chap of our generation. His time in Blackadder was hilarious, his work with Derren Brown was inspiring and his time on QI was perfect.

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Bull-fucking-shit (about the dress code)

No office I have ever worked in allowed men to wear shorts. Most of the time it's mandatory shirt and tie. Women on the other hand? skirts galore, loose, open shirts because periods and reasons.
You don't work in engineering then I guess. At my last four places myself and most of my colleagues wore t-shirt and board shorts at the office. Every day.
Including the women.
 
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You don't work in engineering then I guess. At my last four places myself and most of my colleagues wore t-shirt and board shorts at the office. Every day.
Including the women.
I did work in engineering at one place. Others I was in the front/top/head office.

What country do you live in?
 

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I did work in engineering at one place. Others I was in the front/top/head office.

What country do you live in?
Now? I live in Australia. ~10 years ago I worked for IBM in Australia. I/We wore t-shirts and board shorts at the office every day.
My manager usually went barefoot in the office.

I spent a whole lot of time after that in the US, bay area, and I wore t-shirt and board shorts to the office every day at Google and other tech companies I worked at as well.
Everyone else I worked with did too. Except some prudes that wore blue jeans and t-shirt instead of board shorts.
 
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It's probably bad, but I'm learning to become less numb. It's hard.
What helped me the most was talking with people. I work as a teacher now and interacting with dozens of different teachers and hundreds of kids of different social classes, ethnicities and countries of origin helps you with getting a better perspective of the world around you. The people you interact with regularly become your 2nd pair of eyes and ears with which to feel the world, it really helps you understand and notice a lot of different things.


Another rape apologist judge. Can't make daughter fuckers seem unwanted or you'll risk less people wanting to be pastors.
The fact that he is a clergy man should make the punishment harsher in my opinion.
 
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Bull-fucking-shit (about the dress code)

No office I have ever worked in allowed men to wear shorts. Most of the time it's mandatory shirt and tie. Women on the other hand? skirts galore, loose, open shirts because periods and reasons.

I'm not saying that shouldn't happen. But to paint a picture of a place where men are whipping about in shorts in a professional office s a fabrication
come work with me, Im office based and I rock the Dickies shorts all year round :messenger_sunglasses:
 
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That video in the article is horrific.

I can't square my mind with behavior like this. Like, I hate prisons. I don't want the state empowered to kill people. But then we have shit like this. And honestly, this is rather tame in comparison to much that goes down. She didn't mean to kill him, she just shoved an old man with a walker from behind, hard, off a short ledge. I wish exile was an option.

Hey @matt404au how about based aussies move to the US. We all send socialists to the EU. We use Australia as an continent for exiles, fulfilling both its origin story as well as apocalyptic film prophecy. Deal?
 
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That video in the article is horrific.

I can't square my mind with behavior like this. Like, I hate prisons. I don't want the state empowered to kill people. But then we have shit like this. And honestly, this is rather tame in comparison to much that goes down. She didn't mean to kill him, she just shoved an old man with a walker from behind, hard, off a short ledge. I wish exile was an option.

Hey @matt404au how about based aussies move to the US. We all send socialists to the EU. We use Australia as an continent for exiles, fulfilling both its origin story as well as apocalyptic film prophecy. Deal?
As long as I get to live in a red state. At least for the present period in history. I reserve the right to switch to blue when the pendulum swings back.
 

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Not only are there more women than men in the US [and Alabama, I just checked], women are far more likely to vote by a solid margin. These men were duly elected by women.

I mean...abortion shouldn't be illegal. Especially in cases of rape or incest...

Eire being a classic example of how bad of an idea it is.
If you believe it is murder of an innocent, banning it across the board is morally consistent. That said, I think this was a direct response to Virginia and NYC both celebrating 3rd term and even post birth 'abortions'.

We had a cease fire on this issue not long ago. Safe, legal, and rare. It wasn't a perfect compromise, but it was holding until the left decided to #shoutyourabortion, talk about making born babies comfy before deciding, lighting up the Empire State Building, that wierd abortion song Michelle wolf sang at the White House Correspondents' Dinner, etc.

So in response, we get this. Honestly, I think Alabama just wants to force the Supreme Court to have to make a real ruling on when life begins since RvW has always been a legal workaround. And i think this is only happening because the left pushed too hard. The first big mistake was federal funding of planned parenthood. Forcing people to support abortion with their tax dollars is a surefire way to create a massive issue. But third term abortions and general abortion pride crap was asking for it.

For reference, I used to be reluctantly pro-choice [didn't want state involved, etc]. But the recent antics of the left have pushed me away from the left's position, so I can only imagine how it is affecting those dedicated to the pro life movement. I've said it before, but if I have to err, I need to err on the side of life. And I can't stand beside people bragging about abortions. I can't sit back and ignore more black babies are aborted than born in parts of the US.

Those dumbasses just gave the democrats a huge assist in 2020.
They did. Or, at least, turned it into a major platform of this election. It could very well go either way tho. While most people do support abortion, they do so in a very limited way. If this forces 3rd term abortions into debates, the left may not like the opinion of the majority of Americans.

As I said, we had this pretty much under control in this country. It's like the only good thing I can come up with about the Clinton's, they found a middle ground with 'safe, legal, rare'. That middle ground is now... gone,.
 
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At my workplace, all the female office assistant seem to have a portable heater pointed straight at them. Bare in the mind the building temperature is set to around 72-75 degree, so it never seem chilly or freezing to need a heater. Now I realize it's because these female workers are wearing skirts and thin blouses most of the time.
Just about any public workplace in my country feels like a volcano with most of the office workers being female. Again, they wear thin clothes and want to stay warm using heaters at their full capacity. They figure, hey, we are not paying for the bills so we might as well cap the things.