Forum posts made by magical_felix

Topic Girls wearing tall socks
Posted 13 Oct 2012 11:18

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Topic Can Romney/Ryan get elected?
Posted 13 Oct 2012 11:14



Why? I've answered your questions.

No you didn't. You don't really answer anyone's questions.

And I'm trying to answer your question, but it seems rhetorical.

Topic What is boring in missionary?
Posted 13 Oct 2012 10:47

Don't look at your watch.
Don't be seen yawning.
Shrieking, "Don't mess my hair up!" is heading down the path to Boresville.
Pretending you share DNA with a plank of knot-holed plywood is sure to do the trick.

What am I forgetting, fellas?

You are forgetting that you inspired her remembering her wood plank ancestry, not anything else.

You fucking fool.

Topic What is boring in missionary?
Posted 13 Oct 2012 10:45

This hasnt really answered my question

I think missionary being boring is one of those things that has entered our brains through cultural osmosis much like the milf being every guy's fantasy. Guys aren't looking for a milf and missionary isn't boring.

Missionary has a boring name and it lends itself to jokes.

Doggystyle and reverse cowgirl are so boring! Dosen't sound right, right?

This one girl, she was so boring, all she wanted was missionary. We had sex with nary a position other than the way they did it in the missions.

Missionary sounds like the way priests and nuns fuck, to be honest.

That's my theory on why many think missionary is boring anyway.

Topic Guys, how do you trust a woman that you got to cheat?
Posted 13 Oct 2012 10:34



I know this is in Ask the Guys, but I'm going to answer anyways.

If you can't trust her... Why the hell would you be with her? To torment yourself? Hope they won't cheat? Why the hell put yourself through that?
Because you love them? Or because you want to possess them? That's kinda like taking the other kids toys in the sandbox. You wanted her and took her from the other guy.

If there's no trust, then there's no respect and I think those are two very important things to have in a relationship. As you get to know someone over time, you either respect and trust them... or you don't.


By the way... A prenuptial agreement is actually very smart thing to do if there's a business or family estate involved. It's not just for people that don't trust their wives or husbands to be.

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Topic Religion, Bad or Good?
Posted 13 Oct 2012 10:29


Religious minded people are not idiots strictly because they're religious minded people.

That may be so. But idiots do tend to gravitate toward certain things. Like wrestling. The wrestling doesn't make them idiots, it just brings them together.

I kid.

But to be honest, you're not making a strong case for religious people not being idiots. I mean you're arguing with kurt over there talking about chopping onions n such. Like why?

Just some food for thought.

Topic Can Romney/Ryan get elected?
Posted 13 Oct 2012 10:25



Who gets to decide how much too much is? And what do they get to do about it?


Maybe you should word that differently. Especially the second part.

Topic Can Romney/Ryan get elected?
Posted 12 Oct 2012 11:44



No, I would be asking you to justify the use of "excessive savings" to describe the baker's situation.


Like if the baker decides he doesn't want to buy a glass pane and a suit? It would be because he wants to save money right? Who knows how far that extends. Maybe he's saving by not buying enough flour too so he doesn't have any bread left over at the end of the day. Maybe if he wasn't saving so much he'd sell more bread so he can buy both the piece of glass and the suit. When everyone in a society decides to save too much money the economy doesn't live up to it's full potential.

That's probably what I would say.

Then you would say, "irrelevant". Then, I would finish my drink and get up to go hang out with someone else or just talk to the bartender or something and you'll sit there mumbling to yourself about how I didn't read all the economy books at the library like you did.

Topic Religion, Bad or Good?
Posted 12 Oct 2012 11:37



Generalize much?

Religion makes people's minds blunt and not able of free thought or moving forward? Really.

JRR Tolkien, C.S. Lewis, Ronald Reagan, Jimmy Carter, Barack Obama, Abraham Lincoln, George Washington, Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., Albert Einstein, Bob Dylan, George Washington Carver, Isaac Newton, Louis Pasteur, Wright Brothers, Fredric Handel.... to name just a few religious people. Imagine what the could have accomplished if their minds weren't held back by religion. Eh?

Not saying religion is good or bad.... But for every person you mentioned above there are evil people that had religion too, probably more... Like Osama bin laden, Idi Amin, Adolf hitler, charles manson, the tribunal of the holy office of the inquisition, pedophile priests, Vlad the Impaler, david berkowitz... Lots of killing in the name of god in history and present day. More than anything else in history probably. To be honest, you can probably look up more people that have killed in the name of god than have created art or made a breakthrough scientific discovery in the name of god.

Just saying.

It sounded good though, at the end there.

Topic Can Romney/Ryan get elected?
Posted 11 Oct 2012 16:02



Deciding that an industry is useless is something an individual does with their demand. Entertainment is a sector of the economy.

Not really. Advancing technology is what makes industries useless or obsolete. So if we never replace glass windows it doesn't create a need to build better stronger glass panes. Wealth destruction is a necessity to a successful economy and just the advancement of society in general.

So you want to be spoon fed an education? I can set up a paypal account for you to fund.


Lol no this isn't education. I want you to spoon feed me what YOU think. If we were talking about this in person you aren't gonna whip out an economy primer are you?

But okay, how much you need? how much is a bus pass these days?

Topic Can Romney/Ryan get elected?
Posted 11 Oct 2012 15:27



Chapter 23.


I dont have time for mickey mouse economy primers. Since you've read them already you should know how to regurgitate the info in a conversational manner if you truly get it. Pointing people toward that economy primer is like just answering every question with "google it". It's a forum.

Also with wealth destruction. I understand that the lesson is that by breaking the window we give business to the glazier and not the tailer. And if we keep destroying windows then the tailor may go out of business and that is bad. The point this fallacy tries to make is that if wealth destruction actually boosts the economy then why not destroy the whole town if one window boosts it. I get that. I also get that taking anything to an extreme like that would make everything a fallacy. Don't be retarded.

ALSO... Why is a tailor's profession more important than a glaziers? So like if we destroy wealth to rebuild it and give the construction industry some business how is that worse than not destroying wealth and having the population spend money on wine, dirtbikes, cruises etc. instead because taxes would be lower because we aint rebuilding anything. We would be putting money in more useless industries. So instead we would be advancing technologies in useless industries rather than something like construction.

Topic Can Romney/Ryan get elected?
Posted 11 Oct 2012 15:00



More irrelevant questions.



How are they irrelevant? A reduction in excessive savings would benefit an economy no matter if a glazier or tailer get the money (or both).

Topic Can Romney/Ryan get elected?
Posted 11 Oct 2012 12:32



Assuming that you've actually read Hazlitt, in chapter two, where he presents Bastat's broken window parable, he fails to see that the $50 that the baker spends on a new window doesn't fall into a hole and die.

More bullshit. He recognizes that the $50 didn't fall into a hole and die. It was the window and the value it had for the baker that fell into a hole and died.

The crowd is at least right in its first conclusion. This little act of vandalism will in the first instance mean more business for some glazier. The glazier will be no more unhappy to learn of the incident than an undertaker to learn of a death. But the shopkeeper will be out $50 that he was planning to spend for a new suit. Because he has had to replace a window, he will have to go without the suit (or some equivalent need or luxury). Instead of having a window and $50 he now has merely a window. Or, as he was planning to buy the suit that very afternoon, instead of having both a window and a suit he must be content with the window and no suit. If we think of him as a part of the community, the community has lost a new suit that might otherwise have come into being, and is just that much poorer.



Why can't he just buy the window and the suit? What if two windows would have been broken? He was just gonna fix one? Apperently these are cheap ass suits that cost as much as a window.

Or if this guy really is that hard up... What is the difference if he just goes and buys the suit next week when he gets paid again? What? is another window going to break next week too.

What if he would have bought the suit before the window breaks and he lost his receipt and the tailor is a major douche and doesn't give him his money back? what? He's not going to fix the window?

Topic Man Crush?
Posted 11 Oct 2012 07:45



http://www.youtube.com/embed/dRYSYAnQTuA

I see the title of "wise ass" is well deserved.

laughing8

I better check myself before I wreck myself.

Topic cock length
Posted 11 Oct 2012 07:43

The ideal length to give maximum pleasure would be one half of the distance from the elbow to the knuckle of the middle finger on the less dominant arm. For example, if you are right handed and the distance from elbow to middle finger knuckle on your left hand is 14" than your ideal cock length would be 7".

Some people's less dominant arms aren't the same length as their dominant arm?

That sucks.

Topic Today in songs (post a song representing your mood)
Posted 11 Oct 2012 07:41

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Topic Strangest Place You Have Ever Masturbated?
Posted 10 Oct 2012 20:53

This covered area on the side of a huge barn where we kept the bales of alfalfa. I moved a couple, slid by. Hooked the bales and slid them back. Then I pulled my love weapon out and fired off a couple rounds. I was a horny young man.

Topic Man Crush?
Posted 10 Oct 2012 20:02



Do you honestly think I care about your opinion?

I'm just kidding dude. I've seen you dish it out, but you can't take it? Oh wait... nevermind.

Topic Our CEOs in America...
Posted 10 Oct 2012 14:41

He worked hard for that shit, you idiot.

Topic no post
Posted 10 Oct 2012 08:38



That'll be why all the ladies love you dog

Almost all of them.

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Topic no post
Posted 10 Oct 2012 08:29

Most of the girls accepting adds from any which guy are not...you know...actually girls. They're 'girls'. (there are exceptions to this rule, of course...no offence meant to anyone!)

So. Some tips for getting some pretty females onto your friends list:

1) Don't make a cock of yourself in the forums. And definitely do NOT talk about your cock in the forums.

2) Do spend some time in the forums posting interesting/humorous/intelligent responses

3) Use the forums to interact....you can use the forum games especially well for this

4) Use the chat rooms. But for the love of all things holy be polite in them and don't pounce on anyone.

5) Send people a MESSAGE, not just an add, this shows that you're a real person with a real brain. Make a comment about their profile or something you've seen them say in the forums or similar. Make it personal - this counts for a lot.

6) Don't have a fuckload of cock photos on your profile. No explanation needed here.

7) Don't whinge. No one likes that shit!

It's all about putting something BEHIND your name, BEHIND your avatar. Most girls want to see what's behind the profile before they add somebody.



Wrong. Girls love that.

Topic Why is the person above you locked in your bedroom?
Posted 10 Oct 2012 08:17

I would imagine that the person above me is locked in my bedroom because I am totally out of my mind.

Topic New Girlfriend, new challenge... her Herpes! Help.
Posted 10 Oct 2012 07:20

You should see what her friend, without herpes, is doing friday night.

Topic Man Crush?
Posted 09 Oct 2012 12:14



Michael Buble



Lfunny

Topic Black and Whites
Posted 09 Oct 2012 12:01

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Topic Black and Whites
Posted 09 Oct 2012 12:00

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Topic Romney appraisal
Posted 09 Oct 2012 11:45

But why can't we just buy more money then?

Topic Romney appraisal
Posted 09 Oct 2012 08:14



It affects the competitiveness of our products. If you buy something from a foreign country because it is cheaper from there or even too expensive to make profitably here, that means that fewer people here engaged in high value taxable economic activity (manufacturing), which boosts the demand for welfare and decreases the supply of tax revenue to cover it.



Doesn't that have more to do with the fact that americans want to get paid too much for work? And not just the ones that get welfare aid. Agriculture is dominated by immigrants that will work for a realistic salary. Manufacturing is going oversees where they can make the products affordable to the consumer. Why not stop the import of foreign products that will put american manufactures out of business? If in agriculture they used all american labor... Then americans would just buy produce from anywhere besides the USA, or just stop eating produce because it will be way too expensive. Welfare would only be needed after the agriculture industry collapses, it isn't what caused it to collapse.


Welfare in the form of SS and Medicare rely on taxation of employers, which also raises the cost of doing business. This additional cost gets passed on to consumers, or reduces pay or opportunity for employees or results in business failure.

Wasn't mush of a business if that causes your business to fail.

Welfare in the form of Cash For Clunkers style programs is a broken windows fallacy. See the economic text I linked to for an understanding of that. That program decreased the affordability of used cars by taking so many out of the market without reducing the demand.


So if the demand for used cars is still there but the used car is a bit more expensive now because you cant get a 2,000 piece of shit anymore, that is bad for the economy? Wouldn't people just spend a little more on a better car now? Plus it's not like you just got cash for a clunker... Didn't you have to spend money on a new car? A new car with better gas mileage? That's better for everyone.

Welfare in the form of direct subsidies to poor people relies on either taxation or debt and raises the cost of labor by reducing the labor supply. If people have the welfare option, they will be less interested in taking low paying jobs. When the price of labor goes up, the cost of doing business goes up and that's like friction on the economy. It slows economic growth and lowers the GDP. Carrying excessive federal debt also causes alienation of capital investment. Investors just don't want to risk capital where the solution to debt is likely to be increases in business taxation.

I don't think it's welfare that stops people from taking low paying jobs. Do you really think that if welfare didn't exist there would be a rush of americans picking up all these minimum wage and low paying manual labor jobs because they wont be getting "handouts" anymore? Not sure about all of the united states. But in california go into any restaurant, whos is cooking? Go into any department store, who is cleaning it at night. Go onto any piece of farmland, who is working it? Who is doing pretty much any unskilled, low paying job? Immigrants. If welfare didnt exist, guess who would still be doing those jobs, immigrants because the american worker is lazy for the most part and just physically cant do those types of jobs. So what do you think is going to happen? More bums on the street, more americans living with their parents, more crime.

You're thinking on such a short term. The answer is that the economy had a long way to drop, but it's running out of steam now. The amount of socialism an economy can tolerate depends on what foreign governments do. As their countries become more competitive, we have to respond or risk stagnation. Since the big socialist pushes of FDR, we've had mostly unending growth of social spending, but Europe has formed the EU to rein in their socialists, the USSR has collapsed, China has liberalized their economic policies and many third world countries have become more attractive to capital investment. In short, the competition has made big gains and we haven't kept up because welfare raised the cost of doing business here. We've lost many jobs and replaced many of them with lower paying jobs. We have unfunded liabilities in the form of the near-future SS and Medicare spending increases due to the retiring boomers.


It would be interesting to see how well the economies of countries with a lot of welfare programs are doing compared to the economies of countries with zero welfare programs. And welfare like we have it.

I mean how is sweden not collapsing under their welfare system? Or are they doomed too? how much time do we have left by the way, since you are aware that now its running out of steam because of welfare, you must know the timeline. Fucking swedes man. They ALL have healthcare, if they get good grades in school the government pays for it, for ALL of them. If they can't afford a house they get help. It's kinda crazy but that is just the tip of the iceberg with them. They are also some of the smartest people and happy overall. How the hell do they do it with all this fucking welfare being passed around?

Topic Number of athiests on the rise
Posted 09 Oct 2012 07:07

I wonder is this is because now people have access to so much information. Like with the internet I can find out a whole lot about different religions. Like paganism and how christianity seemed to come from that in order to control an unruly population by a king, for example. Information like that tends to discredit religions to me.

Before, if you lived in some small town and everyone is 7th day Adventist and had no access to any kind of information other than what the religion and its practitioners are telling you then what else do you do besides join em. Seems normal and understandable I guess. But now teens can see the "silliness" in religions at an early age before it's tattooed into their brains.

I saw something about the Amish. It was on some news magazine thing. But they said that the kids not returning to the Amish way of life after rumspringa was on the rise. Since they either choose baptism (or some kind of communion, I don't remember) Or go out to live like the "english" you can take it as a rejection of religion too. I wonder if this is happening in their community too because of new technologies and information being easily obtained in a couple minutes. They can see all that they are missing or think they are missing.

Topic Romney appraisal
Posted 08 Oct 2012 17:53



Unbelievably naive. Federal fiscal and monetary profoundly affects the competitiveness of American products. Pandering to the wanty is much safer when confined to state agencies. Giving people what they have no right to is charity and using government power to do it is letting them vote to coerce charity.

I was asking how it affects the economy since you're an expert. I wasn't saying it doesn't affect the economy. I was asking to be enlightened. Your reading comprehension skills are unbelievable.

Federal fiscal and monetary profoundly affects the competitiveness of American products.

Welfare affects our products? or what does this mean? Can you explain without fancy wording how having welfare affects the economy? And how is it that the welfare programs haven't crumbled us yet if they are so bad? When the economy was good there was welfare, when it's bad there is welfare.