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wait you are British right? 


Carry on then. 

Good spot, dear heart, good spot nod[1].gif
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Guys, cool it with the bashing. It is fucking obvious that this forum is thought to be overwhelming progressive and liberal. I am pleased the majority of users are so welcoming, but let the man have his opinion. I frankly don't like the idea that just because his comments go against the progressive bias his posts are to be edited and everyone giving him crap gets to do so without worry. 

 

I like most of you - but this is getting ridiculous with this ganging up! Power in numbers feels real good, eh?

 

His opinions have nothing to do with the topic of the thread.


If I'm not mistaken, you've said some pretty stupid things on SF too (a comment on someone's GF comes to mind). No one is saying that he isn't allowed to have his opinion, even if he sounds like an idiot. No one has to agree with him either. It's really that simple.

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How did this many people take the bait on such obvious trolling? Sheesh.
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Cute. Bet you keep them far, far away from the navy jackets, esp. the long-haired one. I find it a struggle with two cats.

The long hairs are much less of a hassle than the short ones, they're bloody hopeless getting out of almost any types of fabrics.
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I don't know why people think it's trolling. I've read some even more obnoxious comments along these lines in other parts of these forums, many of which are downright disgraceful and offensive.

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I don't know why people think it's trolling. I've read some even more obnoxious comments along these lines in other parts of these forums, many of which are downright disgraceful and offensive.

If you don't think the part about his physique and 3 masters degrees was trolling... or the other stuff that was only written for pure reaction...

I dunno what to tell you. But even casting aside that term, taking the bait and getting into some e-argument when someone is so obviously out in left field that reasoning with them is a waste of breath ... well, to me that's as dumb as that dude's comments whether they were serious or not.

Tl;DR: Use the fucking block button, everyone. A click or two and gone forever.
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What do you want me to do then, lick that member's boots and be forever asking for forgiveness? I was chastised for supposedly dehumanizing the woman, when I was friggin' paying them a compliment, that in hindsight sounded kinda' stupid  and so I apologized publicly and attempted to explain myself, so why even bring it up? 

 

Why does everyone have to be offended and outraged on behalf of someone by every thing that is said? God, I guess if the democrats were in full control, my previous comment might've landed me in a re-education camp where I was to be taught two plus two equals five.


No, I'm just not really surprised that you'd defend him.

 

Like it has been said previously, that poster (and you) are allowed to have your opinions, if you do voice them and others feel otherwise, then they are also allowed to voice their contrary opinion.

 

This thread isn't about gender politics or politics in general. This thread is for clothes in the CM spectrum. That's it. She's posting pictures wearing those clothes, I don't see how people have such a huge issue. The fact that it seems to make that poster defend his masculinity is hilarious too and not this thread's issue. He should seek therapy if women wearing CM clothes makes him feel emasculated enough to try to prove his masculinity on an online forum.

 

That xkcd comic was already posted, but here it is again for reference:

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I am not backing up what he says, I found ad hominem name calling to be excessive and just got peeved that everyone is ganging up on him, just as it has happened to me, I just don't want to see it.

I think my heart was in the right place, but it came out the wrong way. So, I'm sorry. 

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There are plenty of non ad hominen comments to go around actually.

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The long hairs are much less of a hassle than the short ones, they're bloody hopeless getting out of almost any types of fabrics.

Oh right. Just remembered my business partner had an English Bully--dear departed Dexter--and he had a dark fleece jacket (partner, not dog) that was absolutely impregnated with these tiny white hairs. Kind of a porcupine effect.
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My Sister left for Sweden and wanted to take a photo with her before she left. 
Hehehe, that my other sister's bully, Mona.

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Canada day weekend - doing wedding things







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