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#1 Edited by Shadowchronicle (26039 posts) -

I don't like the feminist cause because it capitalizes on females in a wealthy country where the gap between men and women is closing anyways. Why not bring it to other countries and actually help people? Why not just fight for general equality?

I feel like feminism attracts people of a specific personality type and I'm not really a fan of feminists. I get there are some good feminists who actually understand what feminism is but I barely see that anymore.

#2 Posted by Shadowchronicle (26039 posts) -

@lostrib said:

@shadowchronicle said:

iirc some users felt uncomfortable about the Gamergate topics which is why they were locked.

I apologize that some people are unhappy with the topic being locked as a frequenter of SW. Hope you guys can understand some people feel uncomfortable with the content in the topic and it is more controversial than some of the other topics in SW.

wait, the SW gamergate topic is still going...

Woops. XD

#3 Edited by Shadowchronicle (26039 posts) -

iirc some users felt uncomfortable about the Gamergate topics which is why they were locked.

I apologize that some people are unhappy with the topic being locked as a frequenter of SW. Hope you guys can understand some people feel uncomfortable with the content in the topic and it is more controversial than some of the other topics in SW.

#4 Posted by Shadowchronicle (26039 posts) -

@lostrib said:

Isn t this the person they kept quarantined in a tent with no heating and a porta potty, but no shower.

And it seems her preliminary blood tests are negative

This would explain the not so thought out response to being quarantined.

Although tbh getting crappy pay doesn't give you an excuse to possibly spreading it.

#5 Posted by Shadowchronicle (26039 posts) -

Too short of a time for me to be able to enjoy it. I want to play it but again, not much time given to play it.

#6 Edited by Shadowchronicle (26039 posts) -

Yeah. It's a recent habit approx 2-3 cigs a day. It's not good to smoke though, just saying.

Don't do it.

#7 Posted by Shadowchronicle (26039 posts) -

Please don't bring accusations of other users in the guise of a suggestion thread in bugs & feedback. The thread will be locked immediately.

#8 Posted by Shadowchronicle (26039 posts) -

Ok.. Lets get this over with.. There have been something around 300 deaths since 1980 with school shootings in the United States.. That is over a span of 34 years.. Currently within the US we have around 75+ million students K through 12 to attend school each year.. These tragedies are awful things to happen, but people need to get some fucking reality in their lives.. We are currently in a 4 decade low of violent crimes occurring within the United States. We have politicians that want to drop billions of dollars in adding guards to every school to prevent this from happening.. MEANWHILE things like influenza and pneumonia claim 25 to 50 thousands lives within the US EACH YEAR. These events, though terrible, should not be the guiding reason in sweeping reforms.. It is fucking illogical.. The odds of getting killed in a school shooting is far less than getting struck by lightning, or getting killed on the car ride to school..

I agree with this. You're always gonna get someone who abuses a privilege of some sort and you can't just focus all your resources on that one person who does. Guns exist to kill but there are plenty of substitutes for guns and their sole purpose isn't to kill. Yeah more than one person started a school shooting... If you think about it though, we didn't start getting school shooting news until that one event that was publicized. The news will report school shootings for the sake of ratings too, not just cause it's a school shooting. They have 24 hours to present news, they gotta find something to put up to get viewers.

This doesn't change the fact that school shootings are bad, it's just that the news stations make it sound like it's a common occurrence.

#9 Edited by Shadowchronicle (26039 posts) -

- continuous banking failures that the public is being held responsible for

- ever growing wealth gaps, where mere mention of the problem is considered class warfare.

- military budget that is completely unsustainable in the long term.

These are the biggest problems, and they are often overshadowed by trivial ones; gun policy, gay marriage, abortion etc.

Agree with big problems being overshadowed by small ones.

#10 Posted by Shadowchronicle (26039 posts) -

Because we don't know what happens after death without dying first.