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General Discussion / Re: The negative impact of childcare
« on: February 22, 2024, 01:48:23 PM »
than that is the daycare problem
they should regulated it better
have quiet time... and sleeping etc... for the night folks

 ;D ;D ;D

your coworker is not really good

All daycares are like that. There is no privacy for the child. But hey, if you think it's a great thing then you can have your child in daycare. You're already messed up so I'm pretty sure your spawn doesn't need daycare to ruin them.  :2funny: :2funny: :2funny: :2funny:

General Discussion / Re: The negative impact of childcare
« on: February 22, 2024, 01:45:07 PM »

"The Ridiculous Idea that Daycare is Perfectly Harmless"

General Discussion / Re: The negative impact of childcare
« on: February 22, 2024, 01:42:57 PM »
Btw, I also know a lot of in-home childcare providers and trust me, your kid is watching tv all day. I mean, they were probably going to do that anyway in your home, but just saying that you are paying a lot for it to happen in another person's home.

General Discussion / Re: The negative impact of childcare
« on: February 22, 2024, 01:41:03 PM »
A former co-worker opened a daycare. When I went to tour the place, I noticed how institutionali zed everything looked and felt. There was nothing homey about it. It has to be that way because of safety regulations. There is no peace since there are kids everywhere. How is a child suppose to have their quiet time and peaceful play?

General Discussion / Re: The negative impact of childcare
« on: February 22, 2024, 01:18:11 PM »

Daycare was only a last resort in the event that one of the parents died OR abandoned the family. The quality has also been getting increasingly worse. The initial idea was to only have a few kids in the care of an adult. Unfortunately, that model does not work since so many people are wanting daycare, and one adult cannot live on the wages of babysitting just two kids.

Folks, it's very easy to prevent yourself from having a baby until you're ready. If having a family is something that you really want, then you should take actions that support having a family.

If you're living paycheck to paycheck, daycare makes even less sense. One of you will be working just to pay daycare expenses.  :idiot2: You might as well just stay home and watch your own baby, especially if you have more than one.

General Discussion / Re: The negative impact of childcare
« on: February 22, 2024, 01:08:57 PM »

hold your horses there
did you just advocate for abortion????

this woman goes around hating abortion on PH
and now she makes a 180 degree turn

 ;D ;D ;D


I'm pointing out your absurdity. Apparently, aborting babies is always YOUR solution.

Debate Central / Re: LOOKS LIKE ITS GOING BE….... TRUMP VS BIDEN 2024
« on: February 22, 2024, 12:36:17 PM »
It's actually not going to be Trump vs. Biden. It's going to be the Democrats vs. "living and breathing" American registered voters with IDs.

Debate Central / Re: LOOKS LIKE ITS GOING BE….... TRUMP VS BIDEN 2024
« on: February 22, 2024, 12:34:37 PM »
Pobzeb: I like Trump. If you can't win, join him.
HUNG_LOW and BNM: I rather choose Trump over Biden.

:laughing4: It's already settle. These bozos reveal themselves.

Those who won't say who they're voting for are more likely to vote Trump. They're just too scared of the Left because they are cowards. ::) Although I don't know why. You don't have anything precious to lose.  :2funny:

that's a looong time ago
many moons ago
dark time of my life


i'm not trolling
also, i'm not doing 50-60+ hour per week
ain't nothing wrong with me
it something wrong with the system

get the F outta here with that crazy ass mental talk
that ain't no way to live life

 ;D ;D ;D ;D

i'm just going stick to eating my delicious tree rat

Basically, you have low ambition but want everyone else to move the goal post so you can live like a king.

Your brother-in-law shagging your niece, juicy  :o :o

Sorry, typo there. I guess he is my "vauv". Nice catch on the typo. lol  O0

General Relationship / Relationship Insight You Don't Hear in Modern Day
« on: February 22, 2024, 12:09:11 PM »
Watch the video. Very interesting and insightful. So true! This definitely applies to Dok Chompa's thread.

"MORE relationship experience is correlated with LESS marital quality/stability"

First of all, relationship experience refers to modern style where unmarried couples are having sex and may/may not cohabitate. I see a lot of this with the younger generation, but the difference with them is that many of them are doing this with their first bf/gf and they are marrying each other. Unlike folks of my generation who are dating modern style, but not ending in marriage and only creating a lot of trauma bonds, emotional anguish, etc.

This may be why people choose to stay in their current relationship despite feeling unhappy. They're familiar with their current partner's flaws and don't want to have  to adjust dealing with a new person's problems.

I'll have to come back and write the key points, but definitely worth the watch.

Online Journal / Re: The Not so private Diary of JonniJacco
« on: February 22, 2024, 11:22:04 AM »
some people are demons, they sold their soul to the devil...haha some are just victims of uhhh demonization?? lols is that even a word? lmao

but yeah, you're right. I always have this theory, that sometimes we even need to cut ties with good people..lols everytime we allow people into our lives, it changes our dynamics of our matrix, sometimes for better, and others it downgrades..ha ha

but dang woman, why you keep attracting these kind of people anwyay?? lols j/k

lol people? Maybe I've been talking about the same person. lol

Actually, I'm around a lot of good people and that is why I just get the sense that this particular person isn't right. lol

Marriage & Family Life / Re: What Would You Do?
« on: February 22, 2024, 09:50:09 AM »
Keep in mind that on that day, Chauvin was just going to work and doing his job. Cops take a risk everyday but I'm pretty sure Chauvin had no idea that the incident would escalate as it did. Everyday, people find themselves in a situation that changes their lives and the lives of those around them forever. For example, you unintentionall y cause an accident that resulted in someone else's death and you end up going to jail. This very situation happened to Koua Fong Lee.

Marriage & Family Life / What Would You Do?
« on: February 22, 2024, 09:44:48 AM »
During the George Floyd controversy, Kelly Chauvin divorced her husband Derek over his involvement in Floyd's arrest that resulted in death. I believe she ended their marriage due to the public backlash that also impacted her job, home life, family.

Would you have done the same thing? What if you discovered that your spouse/bf/gf was found guilty of a crime that would garner a lot of unwanted attention, would you stay or cut them loose. The crime that they committed doesn't have anything to do with the way you two interact with each other. In fact, you two get along very well.

Recently, there was evidence that Chauvin did not cause Floyd's death and I believe he is going to appeal. If found innocent and reinstated, should Kelly reconcile with her ex-husband?

Is there anything non-related to your connection that would justify splitting from your spouse/gf/bf?


A lot of woman already have low expectations. I'm not sure how much lower they can go.

At this point, Warren Buffet is short of advising men to marry a woman whom they can abuse and take advantage of.

After a lot of observations, I'm starting to see that the real secret ingredient to a long-lasting marriage is to get with someone who is a lazy dater. Someone who doesn't want to go through the dating process has a stronger sense of commitment. The trick is to find a lazy dater who you can get along with and doesn't intentionally do things to get under your skin.  O0

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