Women are so pissed about being objectified and then they objectify themselves by getting abortion which is literally saying “my body is just a thing I use for sex, not the actual divine purpose it was created for”
what on earth
I have no school debt. Instead of going out and maxing out my credit card on the newest plasma screen and partying every weekend, I went to work. Poor you. You decided to live on credit for 5 years so you could party while getting a worthless degree and now you are begging for a job? Fuck off. I don’t owe you a job. Learn a skill I need and we can talk.
That’s right! Buying things and working are mutually exclusive, and everyone has the exact same starting conditions as you!
I guess I was just doing everything wrong, taking out loans and working all the time and occasionally buying entertainment devices so that I could get a degree. I should have studied something more useful than physics, like finance or accounting. How else will I properly capitulate to capitalists?
Thanks so much for your insight. I’ll go back to begging for a job from smart people like you. Maybe one day I’ll start on third base and claim I hit a triple too.
Lol some of us can’t even afford credit cards because we know it’s a trap, you fucking capitalist cheerleader.
I’ve started and restarted a response to this but that elitist asshole is so hellbent on touting the wonders of capitalism and convinced everyone is too lazy or dumb to appreciate it so there is no point, and I’m sure nobody else wants to hear me whine again about how hard I tried and failed just the same.
I love how he assumes everyone else but him and his friends are partiers who waste all of their hard-earned cash. Also for the love of god don’t go to their tumblr if you don’t want to get pissed.
The comments on this post are fucking pissing me off. Guess what, there are people who are in college and work their asses off. I work TWO part time jobs with a full class load of nursing class and guess what? I still going to graduate college with a shit ton of debt. My mom makes just enough money that the government doesn’t think I deserve financial aid, but since she has 3 other children she can’t afford to pay my tuition let alone give me money every month to pay for “entertainment.”
I am scared shitless that i won’t be able to get a job when I graduate and I have a real major. The American education system is screwed up. People graduating college with a financial handicap and then spend the rest of our lives playing catch-up.
The government pays for poor people and rich people can pay for it out of pocket, it is us people in the middle that get screwed over.
Step by step, foot by foot, stomp by stomp, the parade of elephants trekked through the Serengeti. Stopping occasionally to get water and to rest, the parade had be walking for a week straight now on their quest to find a regular source of food and water. The elephants were lead by a strong and old matriarch, named Debra, who was the wisest and best decision maker within the group. They were protected by the matriarch’s husband, Victor. The group finally stopped for the day at a river, taking some well deserved rest.
Debra walked among the rested families, assuring everyone was content and well fed. After assuring she had talked to everyone who was at the river, she discovered that there was a elephant missing from the parade; a young elephant named Heather.
“It’s happened again Victor! I knew it would. I always say it will. Heather’s gone missing.” Debra shouted as she angrily walked towards her husband.
“Heather? That’s a shame. She would of been a prime candidate to mate if we had found another parade.” Victor said as he filled his trunk with water.
“This is the 5th elephant this week to go missing Victor! And this was the youngest one yet! I thought you were supposed to be watching these elephants!”
“I have been! I have been doing my best honey, but sometimes you miss an elephant or two.”
“How do you miss an elephant? We are fifteen thousand pounds for trunk’s sake!”
“Look, I could go around telling every elephant here that they need to keep closer to the group and that they weren’t allowed to stray too far and that I am going to keep a closer eye on the group. But what right do I have to do something like that? Stricter control over wandering will just make everyone unhappy.
“Unhappy is better than lost and dead, Victor.”
“Maybe freedom is worth the potential risk, Debra.”
The two stared each other down angrily, the other elephants keeping their distance but whispering among themselves. They began to have their own little squabbles about whether they were comfortable with more restrictions or if they wanted the freedom to leave the parade if they wanted to. Soon, the whole parade became one huge argument.
“What if I decide I have better look elsewhere?!” cried one of the males.
“Think about the children!” cried a mother.
“I’d rather die than have my freedoms taken away!” “Victor has no right to tell me what to do!” “A little bit of restrictions is worth our protection!” “We need to be safe!”
“SILENCE!” cried Debra, “I understand everyone’s feelings on the matter, but we have to be smart about this. We are all tired from a long day’s rest, lets just take the time to sleep, and deal with this matter in the morning.” All the elephants agreed and took the opportunity to get some well deserved shut-eye.
Step by step, foot by foot, stomp by stomp, the parade of elephants trekked through the Serengeti. Stopping occasionally to get water and to rest, the parade had be walking for two weeks straight now on their quest to find a regular source of food and water. The elephants were lead by a strong and old matriarch, named Debra, who was the wisest and best decision maker within the group. They were protected by the matriarch’s husband, Victor. The group finally stopped for the day at a river, taking some well deserved rest.
Debra walked among the rested families, assuring everyone was content and well fed. After assuring she had talked to everyone who was at the river, she discovered that there was a elephant missing from the parade; a young, male elephant named Chris.
Joseph Morris, January 30th 2013
As stated by the Obama campaign spox Bill Burton “Of course Michelle is proud of her country, which is why she and Barack talk constantly about how their story wouldn’t be possible in any other nation on Earth. What she meant is that she’s really proud at this moment because for the first time in a long time, thousands of Americans who’ve never participated in politics before are coming out in record numbers to build a grassroots movement for change.”