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HerNameIsBuffy

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I'll go first...

I'll spend my $5 on great in bed and faithful.  

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HerNameIsBuffy

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7 minutes ago, MarblesMom said:

Faithful, funny and smart...

Those two must be on sale because they should be worth a lot more.  

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WhatWouldJohnCrichtonDo?

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I ditto what @MarblesMom said. $5 on faithful, funny, and smart.

Now I have questions. How do I get $10 to spend? How much would "kind" add to my total? "Generous"? "Emotionally stable and aware"? Hmm....

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LadyCrow1313

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20 hours ago, WhatWouldJohnCrichtonDo? said:

I ditto what @MarblesMom said. $5 on faithful, funny, and smart.

Now I have questions. How do I get $10 to spend? How much would "kind" add to my total? "Generous"? "Emotionally stable and aware"? Hmm....

You could always convert to Mormonism & have more than 1 partner.  ;) 

For my $5: faithful, funny, smart. I sense a trend here...

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HerNameIsBuffy

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13 hours ago, LadyCrow1313 said:

You could always convert to Mormonism & have more than 1 partner.  ;) 

For my $5: faithful, funny, smart. I sense a trend here...

Yeah.  Apparently I'm the only pervert.  That's fine...I'm unashamed :) 

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catlady

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If Wealthy could be changed to FinanciallyStable, that would be a better option.    GoodLooking and GreatBody seem mostly redundant.  Considerate should be on the list; what good is Smart (my first selection) if he's a self centered ass?

oh dear, I didn't mean to wreck the game.  Count me in with funny and smart.

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HerNameIsBuffy

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I tend to like self centered asses so I'm probably not the one to ask lol.  And I think good looking/great body are different.  I'm way less particular about a guys body than his face.  and his face doesn't have to be conventionally handsome, just one I think is good looking.

you didn't wreck it - you're helping improve it to make a less shallow version!

funny and smart it is!  where are your other $3 going?

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Local Gorilla

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OoOo fun game!

Wealthy $3-

Funny $1-

No kids $1-

Score!  ...I may stand alone, but I am in need of a sugar daddy to fund my medium-stakes poker habit. And he MUST have a good sense of humor, so that he will laugh when I leave him.

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I must admit, I hit it out of the ball park with my partner.  My ideal woman of 27 years cost me 18 bucks (she was and is everything, but tall).  Even her teen adjusted to my quirky ways! 

If I saw her today, for the first time, I would start out with...

Funny, Smart and Faithful. 

...Which she has always been.

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singsingsing

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Faithful, funny, and smart. Then teaching him to be good in bed would be a fun project. If he's faithful and smart, I'm sure he'll catch on, ahaha.

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HideousGreenShirt

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I'm late to this but no kids, tall and wealthy. I'd switch wealthy for kind if it was an option!

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ladyamylynn

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Faithful, and smart are absolutes. He'd have to be either tall or funny. 

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    • Black Aliss

      Posted

      48 minutes ago, thoughtful said:

      They sing some hymns, with Pastor Henry at the piano or on the violin. The Hawkinses sing, ending with Becky singing Preach On, then Gary comes up to preach.

      I will never read that without thinking Becky's singing the Lola Ray song "Preach On" 

      Spoiler

      Your red dress doesn't come alive
      'til you cross your legs and wave goodbye
      Better late then never
      Better never

      I heard that you got in trouble
      Holding your hand with the company devil
      Better late then never
      Better never (to tell me how much you cared)

      I got it wrong when you went away
      You were talking loud I had my hands up
      Don't come this way

      So preach on
      Keep on with your words
      Talk on
      Leave me in a blur
      Preach on
      Go on with your words
      Keep on
      Keeping me in a blur

      I don't know yet
      I'll find out
      There's nothing wrong with my head
      What I'm talking about

      So preach on
      (You can't go on and on) about nothing now
      You think got it all worked out
      You think you got it all worked out

      So preach on
      (You can't go on and on) about nothing now
      You think got it all worked out
      Ain't nobody listening now
      (What you gonna do)

      So preach on
      You can't go on and on about nothing now

      You think got it all worked out
      You think you got it all worked out

      So preach on
      You can't go on and on about nothing now
      (Keep on with your words)
      You think got it all worked out
      You think got it all worked out
      (Talk on keep me in a blur)
      Ain't nobody listening now

      What you gonna...

       

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    • feministxtian

      Posted

      2 minutes ago, Mama Mia said:

      Then years later, when things have finally died down —- he escalates to this. He may likely have been  doing this for a long time before being caught. He would have to know, fundamentalist beliefs aside, that getting caught would lead to very, very bad things for himself and his family. He obviously has a compulsion and even wreckage to his own life isn’t enough to stop it.

      I think he's a sick and twisted human being. He'd be that way as a fundie or a secular person. I also think he's deeply unhappy with his life, knowing that his parents made damn good and sure he'd have a shitty education that would keep him tied to the family in some way for the rest of his life. The only time he'd be able to stay out of trouble would be when he's either in real jail or Jesus jail. I'm sure he's done these things before, he just didn't get caught. (the CSA stuff). 

    • Mama Mia

      Posted

      31 minutes ago, feministxtian said:

      how long do you think it'd take for him to get busted downloading CSA again? The odds of learning his lesson seem mighty slim. 

      Unless they have some sort of serious, specific, incredibly effective treatment, probably combined with medication - I don’t see him stopping He might wait awhile, he might switch up HOW he’s acting out, but he will do something that crashes everything down around him, and it will almost certainly involve something sexual. 
       

      We talk about how he got no consequences from his previous actions - but really he did. When he was a teen he was humiliated in front of everyone he knew, he probably had the sh*t beat out of him repeatedly, he had to do a ton of manual labor (probably to levels that would be illegal in most US prison systems) AND many years later his behavior was brought to light, he lost his job, his whole entire family at least temporarily lost their show. His family name was dragged through the mud and STILL he decided to cheat on his wife in a fairly public way. If he hadn’t had the previous molestation that brought everything down, that wouldn’t be that huge a deal—- but he knew what was hanging over his head and did it anyway.
      Then years later, when things have finally died down —- he escalates to this. He may likely have been  doing this for a long time before being caught. He would have to know, fundamentalist beliefs aside, that getting caught would lead to very, very bad things for himself and his family. He obviously has a compulsion and even wreckage to his own life isn’t enough to stop it.

    • ManyGoats

      Posted

      Possibly/Probably a dumb question but those of you who watch the webcasts, did it make you nervous to open an account? I can't think of any reason why it would be risky but I have hesitated to do so. 

    • Howl

      Posted

      From Twitter today: Dr. Tarango @atarango1 (American religious historian at Trinity Univ. (TX) specializing in Native American and Latino religious traditions.)

      re: Jesus and John Wayne by Kristin DuMez and Anthea Butler's White Evangelical Racism: The Politics of Morality in America

      "Finished this today and although I’m a scholar of non-white (Native and Latinx) Protestantism and knew so many of the examples in the book, it is really something to see them all together with such a great argument. Congrats @kkdumez for this great piece of public scholarship.

      Also when read alongside @AntheaButler‘s book it’s like a banquet of white evangelical issues. Butler’s book entirely focuses on race and together with Du Mez on masculinity you really realize how much white evangelicalism is defined by cultural issues, not biblicism."

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