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View Poll Results: How old were you when you had your first cell phone?
I never had one 0 0%
Preteen 0 0%
Teen 9 25.71%
Young adult 15 42.86%
Over 25 11 31.43%
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Old 12-13-2017, 08:11 PM   #1 (permalink)
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2776: Feeling Good

with Andrea Allan – Racist pedophilic cowboy Roy Moore (barely) loses Senate seat; Omarosa fired from the White House; In Touch magazine to chronical Matt Lauer’s past; Merriam-Webster Dictionary's 2017 Word of the Year: Feminism; your parents’ lines and the sexualization of women in media; Saudi Arabia allows movie theaters; the 2018 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductees

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Old 12-13-2017, 10:15 PM   #2 (permalink)
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My parents didn't have to decide when to get me a cell phone. I have no examples for when to give one to my kids. I guess the right answer is "when I feel like paying for it"
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I like "the moody blues" and I even have two albums.
You might enjoy it Chemda, they have songs about acid:

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=5puDl0bIIts
Their music is sometimes strange but again, I love Radiohead. The psychedelic sound make it interesting for me.

Thank you for pointing out how terrible of a song "have a nice day" . It's awful.

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Of course you are right that black women saved the day. The DAY.
Because I don't think they are here to save any white people from themselves, black women are luckily a sane part of the society for the most and make better choices.

And the great thing is, they are the deciding factor and politicians better serve their interests.

The democratic candidate went after the KKK, Moore is a pedophile and a racist.
For me the choice is clear, but obviously not for everyone.

But still, it's good that Moore lost, even by only few points.

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Thanks for introducing me to Nina Simone. God damn that's some good stuff.
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Point of no return

Love Point of No Return. Totally turned me into a Nina fan for life!!!
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The Dire Straits "Money for Nothing" lines:
"See the little faggot with the earring and the makeup
Yeah buddy that’s his own hair
That little faggot got his own jet airplane
That little faggot he’s a millionaire."
are in reference to Prince.
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I was 24... is that a young adult? I had a two year old baby at the time and she puked inside the microphone of the flip phone. I had to dig it out with a paper clip. Mmmmmmm
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Old 12-15-2017, 08:13 AM   #9 (permalink)
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Chemda is right again! Killing it girl.

It's somewhat common for kids to have co-ed sleepovers now. Keith your fucking head is going to explode when you have kids and you see all the shit that has become normal in the last five years. I feel like my daughter and I exist on different planets yet interact in the same physical space. It makes me wonder if I appear as foreign and out of touch as we feel our parents are with us.

Other kids parents don't seem to give a fuuuuuuuck (all the times my kid got in trouble w drugs and alcohol at other people's houses the parents were home, so nope they don't always walk down to the basement) and these kids have been existing socially online in a space with NO ADULTS their whole lives. Their experience is sooooo different than ours was. Online they are free to abuse and shit on eachother, be incredibly sexual and disappoint each other without any consequence, talk maaaaad shit about their parents, etc etc.

When you have a daughter there's like a ten year span where it feels like your only purpose in life is preventing teen pregnancy. During middle and high school there were lots of ocassions where group of kids were spending the night (girls and boys) but my rule was no co-ed unless the boys were gay or AFAB. (The AFAB part came in when she wanted to spend the night at her friend Harleys house, a trans guy. I felt like the rule should apply to all boys but she said mom I really don't think you have to worry about me getting knocked up by a guy whose parents still call him Victoria." Alright fine.
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In Germany it was common to have sleep overs after parties and its also normal to let your 16 year old have their boyfriend or girlfriend sleep over.
And for preventing teenage pregnancy, you often have your mother go with you to the gynecologist for the first time, and you start taking the pill or something like this. My parents were more stickt, I had my boyfriend sleep over for the first time when I was 18.

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