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I really don't have anything to say. She's an ass to even dare make such a jackass assumption. :angry-cussingblack:

One day, potions became available that allowed the man and woman to gain the pleasure, without the offspring that used to come of it. This allowed the man and the woman to gain pleasure without accepting lifelong commitment and responsibility.

One day the woman and the man entered a theater to enjoy some entertainment. They brought a child they had produced together, and a child that the woman had produced with another man that was outside wandering. Some said that the entertainment contained a level of violence that the elder child, with only four years of life, was not old enough to process, and that she and the new baby should not be in a loud theater at midnight. But the woman and the man did not care. They had an eye single to filling their own individual stores of pleasure.

There are not enough curses to use for an asshole who attempts to blame another asshole for being an asshole on birth control and feminism.

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da fuq did I just read???

Two adults wanting to engage in safe sex for mutual satisfaction = equals having a child and bring it into a R rated movie? :|

Seriously, what the actual fuq? :-?

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So, two ordinary, flawed human beings - individuals who actually did have kids, which makes Michelle's whining about birth-control "potion" all the more asinine - went to a midnight movie. They made the common and relatively benign error of bringing children too young for the noise or the content.

So obviously they deserved to die - all of them: The way Michelle sees it, the sexual revolution some of the murder victims helped to perpetuate through their personal decisions had also played a role in creating the monster that killed them. (Can't you just feel that pro-life love?)

As with another alleged pro-lifer, Glenn Beck, who essentially blamed the unarmed kids Anders Brievik murdered for their own deaths, Michelle is doing the same thing for pretty much the same reason: What we're seeing with both of them is merely a mutant strain of rape apologia - this variant being related to murder - in the form of victim-blaming.

After all, Michelle would never take her kids to a late movie with violent content – a fact she expects will protect her from random violence because she never goes to all those “wrong places†where crime is so likely to happen. (And, continuing in this vein, she likely thinks herself impervious to rape because she dresses 'modestly.)

Her comments should be astonishing in their self-indulgent cruelty. Unfortunately, however, people like her are way too common – and almost all of them claim to defend the sanctity of life with their mouths even as they spray vile nonsense out their asses.

Michelle should stop worrying about what other people do in the bedroom and start worrying about the major flaw in her own character that allowed her to bring forth such cruel, wrong-headed words.

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da fuq did I just read???

Two adults wanting to engage in safe sex for mutual satisfaction = equals having a child and bring it into a R rated movie? :|

Seriously, what the actual fuq? :-?

Yeah, I'm lost, too. I have no idea what happened. All I took away was, "Why did that girl agree to marry the fuck who left her and her kids behind?" Also, how is it that birth control made the fuck who shot up the theater do that? Was he not getting laid? I'm so confused.

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I think it's selfish and a bad decision to bring young kids to a violent film at midnight, but I don't think that people who use birth control are more likely to do this than people who don't (even if you wrongly assume people who use birth control care only about their own pleasure, which makes no sense). I also absolutely do not think in any way it means they deserve to get shot for it. That whole comment is disgusting.

Who is this person????

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I think it's selfish and a bad decision to bring young kids to a violent film at midnight, but I don't think that people who use birth control are more likely to do this than people who don't (even if you wrongly assume people who use birth control care only about their own pleasure, which makes no sense). I also absolutely do not think in any way it means they deserve to get shot for it. That whole comment is disgusting.

Who is this person????

I dunno, when I was a young kid I thought getting to stay up past midnight was super exciting ;) My dad used to keep me up for general elections so I could see "history being made". He was a strong supporter of one particular party and every election year I got a glass of fizzy wine (just the one) and a listen to "The Red Flag" as sung by dad. Every year "We're going to see a socialist government in your lifetime, JFC." Then his party got a comprehensive beatdown :D Even when they won, socialism wasn't in the frame.

If you didn't come from a very political family (which I do) I guess seeing something like Batman at midnight would be just as exciting, if not more so. Nothing wrong or selfish to inject a bit of excitement into a kid's life...

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Potions...seriously?

Dude, I'm a witch and I don't even use the term 'potions' and not to mention how disrespectable it is to the medical establishment to refer to medicine as magic.

Here writing style is just awful I read to look it over several times to get it, in many ways it reminds me of the Thinking Housewives style.....

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I dunno, when I was a young kid I thought getting to stay up past midnight was super exciting ;) My dad used to keep me up for general elections so I could see "history being made". He was a strong supporter of one particular party and every election year I got a glass of fizzy wine (just the one) and a listen to "The Red Flag" as sung by dad. Every year "We're going to see a socialist government in your lifetime, JFC." Then his party got a comprehensive beatdown :D Even when they won, socialism wasn't in the frame.

If you didn't come from a very political family (which I do) I guess seeing something like Batman at midnight would be just as exciting, if not more so. Nothing wrong or selfish to inject a bit of excitement into a kid's life...

At 4? A slightly older child or a not R-rated film I could understand, I had staying up late nights too which were very exciting, so I agree with you on that, but this seems too extreme. In no way is this a child's version of Batman, and I suspect it wouldn't have been a treat for the boy but just bringing the kids because they couldn't leave them. Anyway, I don't want to turn it into a debate about that, as I'm sure it's been done to death on the internet everywhere. Your election nights sound pretty cool though lol

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The woman could still do what she was designed to do, and, what the man was designed to do...but a difference had arisen. Now she had to do both jobs; she had no choice. The man began to say that if the woman wanted him to do the things he was designed to do, she was being selfish, because she had declared that she was capable of doing them herself. His own job was the pursuit of his own pleasure, and providing for his own personal needs.

The man wandered without purpose and social value, alone. The woman had a tremendous load to bear. The children were separated from the powerful impact of a father's presence and love.

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Sometimes, I think that these patriarchal anti-feminist women hate men more than they hate "teh ebil feminists." I mean, seriously? If men aren't industrious breadwinners who bring home the bacon and then put their feet up, they have to be selfish, lustful slobs who have no interest in children or family, or even in romantic relationships for their own merit? What kind of men has she been around that the concept of a loving, emotionally-involved father is so completely foreign to her? Not to mention that stay-at-home dads are steadily increasing in number.

So remind me, if men are so awful and selfish and adrift without babbies to rein in their baser instincts, why are they supposed to be in charge?

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At 4? A slightly older child or a not R-rated film I could understand, I had staying up late nights too which were very exciting, so I agree with you on that, but this seems too extreme. In no way is this a child's version of Batman, and I suspect it wouldn't have been a treat for the boy but just bringing the kids because they couldn't leave them. Anyway, I don't want to turn it into a debate about that, as I'm sure it's been done to death on the internet everywhere. Your election nights sound pretty cool though lol

Well, it's a good thing this film is NOT an R-rated film.

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I can see bringing babies and children to a midnight movie. My kids were always hard sleepers and asleep at midnight, and they would have slept right through any movie. Heck, my youngest slept through lightening striking the roof above his crib!

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Sometimes, I think that these patriarchal anti-feminist women hate men more than they hate "teh ebil feminists." I mean, seriously? If men aren't industrious breadwinners who bring home the bacon and then put their feet up, they have to be selfish, lustful slobs who have no interest in children or family, or even in romantic relationships for their own merit? What kind of men has she been around that the concept of a loving, emotionally-involved father is so completely foreign to her? Not to mention that stay-at-home dads are steadily increasing in number.

So remind me, if men are so awful and selfish and adrift without babbies to rein in their baser instincts, why are they supposed to be in charge?

Because they say so.

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