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PanthersBigD

Member Since 19 Mar 2012
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#2860095 take THAT, gay agenda

Posted by PanthersBigD on 21 July 2014 - 04:03 PM

yes i'm sure these people will simply outgrow their bigotry

 

I did. I never taunted a classmate for being gay, but I had anti-gay views. Luckily I was forced to live life, meet lots of different people in lots of different situations and I was fortunate to have the sense to realize I'd been wrong about some things and change my mindset.

 

I realize that doesn't happen for everyone though.




#2855574 Another Malaysian Airliner Down

Posted by PanthersBigD on 17 July 2014 - 02:00 PM

PhillyB's back, right? I know he mentioned he was going to be taking a Malaysian Air flight during his recent trip.




#2851765 Debate rebuttal on fundamentalist Christian beliefs

Posted by PanthersBigD on 15 July 2014 - 02:21 PM

Um what? Have you not been active in the War on Christmas that Fox News puts on from August until February? 

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#2851672 Debate rebuttal on fundamentalist Christian beliefs

Posted by PanthersBigD on 15 July 2014 - 01:50 PM

I am comfortable saying that I don't know for certain whether there is a god. I am also comfortable saying that I don't care whether there is a god. I don't care if someone else wants to believe in a god as long as that belief doesn't bleed over into how I live my life. The problem is that is rarely the case.




#2838915 Response to Toddler Car Death Thread

Posted by PanthersBigD on 03 July 2014 - 08:31 AM

I have liberal democrat friends and we have great philosophical and political discussion. The difference is that they are intelligent hard working people...a far cry from the avg idiot posting in the TB.

I just can't stay away from the TB because I am continuously amazed (and quite frankly frightened) to see how many just gucking idiots are really walking around out there.

 

LOL, this is MadHatter's version of, "I have black friends..."




#2838427 Response to Toddler Car Death Thread

Posted by PanthersBigD on 02 July 2014 - 05:38 PM

I do not empathize with parents who CHOOSE to not care about their kids education....to not be involved in whether they go to school or not....who do nothing for themselves to improve their skillset.

 

They CHOOSE to do these things.

 

That is not an attack on anyone....that is saying that people are a hell of a lot more accountable for their own lives and actions that you ever want to admit.

 

Your presuming to understand the choices other people make without having met them is as wrong-headed as someone presuming to tell you that you're a bad father for 'allowing' your child to almost die in a hot car. They have no understanding of all of the extenuating circumstances that lead to it, how much you actually care for your children or how deeply it even affects you to this day. Likewise, you have no idea of 'their' actual circumstances, whether they're working to improve their skillset or simply to put food on the table for their family, and how that affects their ability to other things like be home with their kids, attend PTA and teacher conferences, etc.  

 

You have a job with traditional work hours, outside of month and year end, and probably the occasional large project. You also have a fully engaged spouse that can pick up your slack and vice versa. Sure SOME of the choices you made lead to that set up, and put you all in a good situation. But what if your son had died, and then you'd killed yourself like you said? It's safe to say your wife's life would be immensely challenging and not at all by her choosing.

 

I realize these are hypotheticals, but so are all of your generalizations regarding these 'choices' that 'they' make, and the way in which you presume to know that these 'choices' are due to neglect or lack of accountability.




#2825854 this is a thread about istanbul, turkey

Posted by PanthersBigD on 20 June 2014 - 03:27 PM

Cue TMBG

Don't mind if I dooooo:

 




#2825827 Should parents of multiple children pay more in taxes instead of less?

Posted by PanthersBigD on 20 June 2014 - 03:06 PM

Obviously it would be great if true. I have a handful of gfs who want babies but are getting too old. Two of my doctor friends (not obgyns) aren't even considering it anymore because the risk is too high and more so each year. 

 

Reminds me of the movie Idiocracy, where educated people were either to busy working or decided against having kids, and only the mouth breathers continued to reproduce at an insane rate. I think about that movie every time I go to Wal-mart and it gives me chills. Thankfully I don't have to go that often.




#2824912 Should parents of multiple children pay more in taxes instead of less?

Posted by PanthersBigD on 19 June 2014 - 05:40 PM

I have zero problems with everyone paying for public schools, it benefits everyone in society for people to be educated. But I don't think parents should get money from the gov't to have kids and with resources and over population etc. I think kids should be discouraged. I'm sure there is a down side to discouraging kids but I imagine they can't be much worse. 

 

I can't think of a downside to discouraging kids. I think it's hilarious. I think you should run for office on a platform of 'Discouraging Kids.' You can yell slogans at them like, "You suck!" and "Your sister is prettier and smarter than you!" That'll discourage them for sure. :)




#2824874 today i almost died/a thread about the scottish highlands

Posted by PanthersBigD on 19 June 2014 - 04:57 PM

glascow was the hardest place to get around. it was a really tough city and was really too big for me to be walking around by myself, like i did one of the first couple days there and got lost. it was a few hours before i remembered the name of area i was staying in (castlemilk, iirc) so i could ask for directions. i didn't remember the names of any of the streets around where i was staying at. i eventually found my way back, tho. i'm not sure what time it was, but it was still light out which means it could have been after 10 or 11 at night. oh...and the people in Glasgow were the hardest to understand caus  they talked so fast and their accents were so think. everywhere  else i went was really laid back, but glascow was just constant. i'm not a big city guy so i wasn't that big a fan of glascow. 

 

I loved the bigger city aspect of Glasgow myself. We were wandering around in a bad part of town at about 3AM one morning and stopped at a chip shop for some food. The guy running the place was straight out of Trainspotting. He said, "You two must be Americans." which we confirmed and I asked why he said that, to which he replied, "Only Americans would be fooked in the heed enough to walk around outside the council houses(projects) in the middle of the night." That's one of my best memories of my trip.




#2823014 today i almost died/a thread about the scottish highlands

Posted by PanthersBigD on 18 June 2014 - 07:49 AM

The first castle I visited was Edinburgh, so after that, they all seemed a little underwhelming. I'd say you're probably fine living your entire life without seeing the inside of Stirling Castle. The only reason we went is because of the family connection. Edinburgh is worth the price of admission. All of the stuff I mentioned in Glasgow is free.




#2822533 today i almost died/a thread about the scottish highlands

Posted by PanthersBigD on 17 June 2014 - 04:23 PM

spent the day at the battlefield at stirling bridge and visited the william wallace monument… pretty awesome

 

My ancestors were the keepers of Stirling Castle. If you saw the unfinished 'Mar's Wark' down right below the road leading up to the castle, that was my family's. I got to visit it with my paternal cousin, so that was kind of special to us.

 

http://en.wikipedia....wiki/Mar's_Wark

 

If you haven't been to Edinburgh Castle yet, really try and make the trip. The view from the castle is amazing and the war museum in the castle is one of the best I visited during my trip.

 

If you're in Glasgow, I recommend Kelvingrove Museum as well, and a hike up to the University of Glasgow's campus at the top of the hill. Also, if you like taking pics of grave markers, etc., be sure to visit the Glasgow Necropolis.




#2817372 Husband and wife shoot gunmen who try to enter their St. Louis home, killing...

Posted by PanthersBigD on 12 June 2014 - 10:25 AM

Sometimes you have to react and not overthink a situation. That can work out positively or negatively. Thankfully in this situation, the aggressors were killed/wounded and not the other way around. I think the father made the right choice. You don't have to be a rocket surgeon to assume that when armed men force a young woman back into her house, that they're probably going to do something terrible. In my opinion this was not a 'wait and see' situation. I'm glad the father at least was a decent shot.

 

 




#2815268 What the hell is wrong with women?!

Posted by PanthersBigD on 10 June 2014 - 11:52 AM

Thanks for the tip, Captain Obvious.

 

here you go boys:

 

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there are several variations on that technique, using a come hither motion, pulling your hand down almost as if you're trying to pull the gspot out of her.  forceful thrusting

 

and my favorite, cupping the clitoris with the palm while i shake my hand violently

 

and if they can't handle that, i send them back to guys like you

 




#2815059 What the hell is wrong with women?!

Posted by PanthersBigD on 10 June 2014 - 08:36 AM

You got to take time for yourself, plus it helps with stress/anxiety. 

 

 

 

edit: plus if you're not coming on to your wife some, that's can cause a whole other set of problems. 

 

I read this completely the wrong way...






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