Forum posts made by magical_felix

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


Topic Black and Whites
Posted 09 Oct 2012 12:01

Topic Black and Whites
Posted 09 Oct 2012 12:00

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.

Topic Someone Please Explain "Thick"
Posted 08 Oct 2012 17:35

I relate the term thick to being dense, as in dumb.

Those girls are fun too.

Topic Today in Pictures (post a picture representing your mood)
Posted 08 Oct 2012 16:47

Topic Romney appraisal
Posted 07 Oct 2012 22:15

I really don't care about Mitt's jeans , but in truth he is the biggest liar I've ever seen in 40 years of following elections, and he represents a party which has left the reality train far behind. I have to wonder if there is a single lie that man won't tell, and what will happen if he really is elected.

You should care.. its a major judgement error. A man that doest even realize mom jeans look fucking horrible on him wont see the forrest through the trees on other issues. He cant make the simplest of choices. Look at those fucking jeans. Its a joke.

Topic Romney appraisal
Posted 07 Oct 2012 22:11

Well if you're going to use the might makes right morality against wealthy citizens, that's going to be bad for health, peace and safety, because you'll end up with debt, high unemployment and an inability to compete in global markets. I think you've focused a little to much on specific welfare of individuals and favored groups instead of the general welfare of the entire nation.

welfare has existed so far right? shit, when was welfare for americans first established? And show me how its affected our economy.

Topic Girls wearing tall socks
Posted 07 Oct 2012 12:12

Topic Romney appraisal
Posted 07 Oct 2012 12:09

All I know is that how do you expect this man to make good decisions in office when he can't even decide against wearing mom jeans. Like he had to buy them, put them on, look himself over and he still decided to wear them. There is something off in that thought process. It's a major red flag. Even his team of advisors, that fucking Anne too let him go out in those. WTH?

Topic Girls wearing tall socks
Posted 07 Oct 2012 12:02

Topic Philly student ridiculed by teacher for wearing Romney/Paul t-shirt.
Posted 07 Oct 2012 11:31


The little girl was ridiculed, humiliated and otherwise tortured and the little girl is the cunt?

If the teacher had not done what she did to the girl her job would not be on the line. But you would rather blame the girl for being the victim.

Yes, she's a little cunt.

I really doubt this incident is going to have any lasting effects on her. I doubt she is emotionally stressed over it.

She says: "I was really nervous," she added, "and I was worried that after class, people were going to come up to me and say something ."

Oh man, people might say something? She is scared someone might say something? This is why she is a little cunt now and will grow up to be a major battle axe one day. She thinks she is so entitled now, at her age, people can't even say something to her that she disagrees with. How dare a teacher make her feel uncomfortable. I wonder what her mommy and daddy do for a living.

Like the old fart above said, you can't wear shirts with political messages on them in schools. When I used to draw in class, the teacher would rip up my pictures. She could have sent me to the principle's office... But she ripped them up instead as it is a good enough lesson. No need to fuck me over. Maybe this was similar. The teacher could have chose to send the girl home instead and then the girl and her parents wouldn't be crying foul now but instead she would have just had to go home and been written up instead. I guess she would have liked that better.

So yeah, pretty cunty little girl.

If the girl were wearing an Obama t-shirt and this had happened you would demand the teachers resignation. So would I, That's the difference between us. Wrong is wrong, partisanship be damned.


how did you come to this conclusion, lady?

If a teacher, an authority figure does this to a student in a class full of other children based on the presences of a shirt they don't approve of on political choice, then this teacher will be much happier with life in her new job at her political party headquarter answering phone calls

Do you think maybe a warning would suffice and if she does it again a suspension then if she does it again a firing. I mean this is someone's career, life. Teacher to other students, would suck for many students if the teacher was replaced mid year. Get real. How do we know the little girl wasn't disrupting class mouthing off about politics being a little annoying brat? We don't.

So ridiculous. I bet you were just like this little girl proving my point about her future.

Topic What is a more important factor for happiness: Sex or Money?
Posted 07 Oct 2012 11:07

Impressive studies.

I am not romantic at all, but I am saying sex can make you happier than money.
With money is this thing, no matter how much you have it, you always crave for more, so that is not really definition for happiness.. I understand that money can give you confidence and security that person needs, money for dam sure makes life easier but good sex is fulfilling and moments when you crave for some more are just delightful which is not the case with the money. When I crave for more material stuff, my stomach hurts, my nerves are on fire I am frustrated and annoyed, so that doesn't make me happy.

That is not necessarily true. I live way below my means. I dont crave for more material things. In fact, I think I buy less crap now that I am better off. It's almost like I was filling a void before. That or maybe I was a dumb kid that liked to spend too much money. But now I hardly spend money on things that aren't necessary or to the point of excess. I crave more and more sex when I have a partner I am really attracted too actually. Maybe the craving has more to do with personality on an individual basis than with money or sex and happiness.

Topic What is a more important factor for happiness: Sex or Money?
Posted 07 Oct 2012 08:44

Editor's note: Ian Kerner, a sexuality counselor and New York Times best-selling author, blogs about sex for CNN Health. Read more from him on his website, GoodInBed.

(CNN) -- If you're thinking that the benefits of a hefty bank account could help turn up the heat in the bedroom, you're at least partly right.
Money might not buy love, but it can allow for a sizzling sex life.

About 70% of multimillionaires -- with a mean net worth of a whopping $90 million -- say they enjoy better and more adventurous sex, according to a 2007 survey by Prince & Associates Inc., a marketing research firm specializing in global private wealth.

"Fully 63% of rich men said wealth gave them 'better sex,' which they defined as having more-frequent sex with more partners. That compares to 88% of women who said more money gave them better sex, which they defined as 'higher quality' sex," writes Robert Frank in an article for the Wealth Report entitled "The Rich Libido."
It makes sense when you think about it: Money relieves much of the life stresses that most of us have to deal with, helping those 1%ers relax and let go.

The security of extreme wealth can provide a sense of stability that many people, particularly female millionaires, find empowering. And expensive toys like private jets and trips to exotic locales certainly don't hurt, either.

Ian Kerner
Hooking up with the rich may even improve the quality of sex, at least for women. In a 2009 study (PDF), researchers at Newcastle University found that as male partners' income increased, so did the frequency of women's orgasms.

Could money act as an aphrodisiac? Maybe. Or, as the study's authors suggest, perhaps wealth-inspired orgasms are the result of evolution, helping women discriminate between men to find those that have the best provider potential.

However, a partner who can provide more resources and more orgasms may not necessarily be the best long-term bet, because wealth changes people, and not always for the better.

According to social psychologist Justin Lehmiller, "Wealthier people engage in more dishonest and unethical behavior, and these traits may follow them into the bedroom. In fact, research has found that power and wealth are linked to a higher likelihood of infidelity."

But luckily for all of 99%ers, sex itself may confer more happiness than money ever could. In one study, researchers at Dartmouth College and the University of Warwick, England, measured levels of happiness in 16,000 men and women. They found that the more sex people had, the happier they were, regardless of their age or whether they were male or female. And while money was found to buy more sexual partners, it didn't necessarily buy more sex. In fact, men who paid for sex were considerably less happy than those who didn't, which makes sense.

According to Lehmiller, "You can buy all of the sex you want, but at the end of the day, most of us want and need more than a few moments of physical contact. Purchasing sex does not meet our psychological needs for intimacy and emotional connection."

The researchers even found that sex is so closely tied to happiness that they estimated increasing sexual intercourse from once a month to once a week would have the same mood-boosting effects as adding $50,000 a year in income.

Sex may contribute to your happiness -- and your actual bank account -- in other ways, too. According to research by biological anthropologist Dr. Helen Fisher, people who have more sex might do better at work.

Sex triggers the release of various brain chemicals, such as dopamine, vasopressin and oxytocin, which are associated with creativity, problem-solving, cooperation and confidence. It stands to reason, says Fisher, that regular sex might improve performance in the boardroom as well as the bedroom.

So how can you reap these rewards? Invest in your relationship by giving it the same time and attention that you would your retirement portfolio. Make time for date nights. Make sure that the number of positive interactions with your partner outnumbers the negatives.

Practice 30-second hugs to get those feel-good chemicals flowing. Share a cuddle -- and maybe a fantasy or two. Remember, you may not own six homes and a private jet, but when you bank on your relationship, you can feel just as rich.
So what makes you happier: sex or money?

There's this saying I like that goes, women need security and men need approval.

But is it really more like men need and approval and so do women? Approval meaning sex and fucking and cumming with the one you desire most of all.

Or is security just as important to our happiness?

Or do we need both all the time to be truly happy? I tend to think we need a certain degree of both but this is about which one is more important in your opinion.

A sexless billionaire... or a homeless bum in love with another homeless bum who have loving sex all day? which would you chose?

Topic Your Most Successful Pick up line/move?
Posted 07 Oct 2012 08:23

This isn't the MOST, it's second most.

girl, are you a urinal? Because urine all my thoughts.

Topic Man Crush?
Posted 07 Oct 2012 08:13

In no certain order I would love to hang out with the following:

Harry Connick Jr.
Robert Downey Jr.
Jason Statham
Michael Buble
George Clooney
Colin Farrell - duh!
Dave Matthews



I would want to kick it with one of those super fucking rich billionaires in the middle east for a week. Shit must be nuts.

The Strokes.

Werner Herzog. It would just be so fucking weird.

Woody Harrelson.

Bill Murray.

Topic What is your Dream Job?
Posted 06 Oct 2012 10:06

Melissa Clarke's kept husband.

Topic Your Most Successful Pick up line/move?
Posted 06 Oct 2012 09:20

Hey, I just met you, and this is crazy, but here's my number, so call me, maybe?

Topic Hysterical literature
Posted 06 Oct 2012 09:13

Thank you for your suggestion, maybe a mod could move it there.

Please don't get him started about how he used to be a mod... Or like king of the mods or whatever. It's sooooo annoying and also kinda sad.

Topic Philly student ridiculed by teacher for wearing Romney/Paul t-shirt.
Posted 06 Oct 2012 09:11

She wont return to class and she wants the teacher to be fired because she was ridiculed once... This little cunt wants to ruin a teacher's life because she was uncomfortable for a bit? That's ridiculous.

What an annoying woman this girl is going to be when she grows up.

Hey remember highschool? Teachers ridicule students all the time. Gym class anyone? The gym coach at my school used to call this one kid named max, maxi-pad. Big deal. Maxi-pad is doing pretty well for himself now.

If she was wearing a care bears shirt and ridiculed for it in the same way, no one would give a shit.

Topic Sex Tape
Posted 06 Oct 2012 08:59

That would be hot. I enjoy girlfriends telling me about super slutty stuff in their past or just their more memorable sexual encounters in general. I don't think a tape would be much different.

Depends on what it is though... I would think less of her if the tape was of someone pissing on her head or something.

Topic Girl chooses spanking over in school suspension. Mom gives permission to school. Ok or not ok?
Posted 03 Oct 2012 17:55

So glad you're back. drunken

Nobody else can generate hot story ideas in the Think Tank like you can. Any interest in co-writing a story about Barack Obama reaming Ann Romney's ass until it goes "wow" ?

Check your inbox.

Topic Girl chooses spanking over in school suspension. Mom gives permission to school. Ok or not ok?
Posted 01 Oct 2012 19:46

Jack is back! Regaeman Man

Dude and like she starts wearing skimpy little skirts and starts teasing the teachers and gets in more and more trouble. trouble like blowing guys in the bathroom. Then she needs to take a firm paddling at the station in front of the whole squad. Shit is wild.

Topic Girl chooses spanking over in school suspension. Mom gives permission to school. Ok or not ok?
Posted 01 Oct 2012 19:12

This shit is kinda hot.

I think I have my next story idea.

Except... I will have the cop filming it. For evidence, of course. And then the tape will be watched by everyone because it will get on youtube or something. Then everyone at school will know and it makes her turn sexually deviant.