Children of broken homes have an incredible disadvantage as young adults.
I came upon a note I wrote in 2006-03-05 or earlier.
I avoid roleplaying with women for concerns over chastity, atmosphere influences, favouritism and pathetic newbie girl roleplayers.
I thought a bit about it and I figured I'd write on it.. since I've changed, and circumstances have changed.
Several years ago I had a vague interest in looking up the history of women in science.
I don't think I ever had any particular notes, but I'll drop a page here just in case.
See also Genius women.
Exploring this concept.
I got burnt out and bored pretty quickly, but here are some notes.. I guess.
Why aren't there many geese here?
Well, I tend to make friends with people like me. People that do the same things as me and are interested in the same things as me. That's just how things work. Isn't that how you work? Aren't your friends mostly geese?
So I brought my friends, who are mostly ducks. So here we have mostly ducks. Most of the other people who were interested enough to come were also ducks, who brought mostly other ducks. Ducks share the same interests as ducks.
The question is, then, why didn't you bring any geese?
You came alone then blamed me for .. what.. not bringing your friends?
Why were you interested and your friends weren't?
You asked me a question you would be the expert at answering.
Some additional thoughts on "the wage gap". There is probably duplication, but I thought I'd be more directly blunt this time around. This seems to be a decently-complete set of thoughts, for once.
Problem - On average, "females earn less money than males".
A girl, hiding in a church, writes a letter to the police who, without evidence, raise a stink.
I couldn't get half way through this. Not only do the various genres in this movie not interest me, but it highlights "listen and believe". I fucking guarantee that's why Emma Watson is in this.
The title is based on Regression (psychology)
A guy, trying to finally pull his life together, has it ruined by a woman who forces him into fatherhood.
Very funny, but ultimately dark as hell.
- The line from the poster "With no power comes no responsibility." is a play on with great power comes great responsibility.
- The woman in the poster is in the movie. I assume they photoshopped some cracker onto her.
Continues from Clerks (1994)
A privileged middle-upper class white woman loafs about taking advantage of her male harem.
Snooty as all fucking hell. I want to play father figure to the main character and paddle some sense into her. The characters and the way they're portrayed are so grating that I couldn't get to 25 minutes before being too disgusted to continue.
- Based on Breakfast at Tiffany's (1958), by Truman Capote
- This film is brought to you by Tiffany & Co..
The "nice guy" is an actual thing.
Although they're everywhere, they're hard for women to see. This isn't about women not knowing how to recognize one, there's more to it.