RE: Do you know why witches can’t have babies?

Here's another oldie and one I think is a goodie

What did they call Batman & Robin after they got run over by a steam roller?....

Flatman & Ribbon. laugh

RE: Do you know why witches can’t have babies?

First time I heard it was about 45 years ago.

RE: Do you know why witches can’t have babies?

Isn't it a little late or early for an old Halloween joke?

RE: Is it impossible to meet English men on this site?

It's difficult enough to find someone even in the best of circumstances. So by looking online and limiting yourself to only Englishmen you have pretty much given yourself an impossible task. If all you're looking for is an online thing then you will probably be successful. But meeting in person, that's something all together different.
Your best chance is to move to England and look in person.

RE: Which swear words go over the line at work?

If you work in and around general public then swearing of any kind is not appropriate. If not then the swear words you use shouldn't be to crude. there's really no need for it. But more importantly cussing all the time just make a person come off as uneducated trailer trash.

RE: Is it impossible to meet English men on this site?

Who wouldn't want to stick their head between those two flabby flaps.laugh

RE: Is it impossible to meet English men on this site?

I rarely see any substance in the women's profiles I check out. I don't usually look at men's so I can't comment on those. I often think I put to much in mine and have edited it several times to shorten it.
I don't know maybe women want a little mystery in the men's profiles.

RE: Is it impossible to meet English men on this site?

Men don't have a monopoly on being shallow. uh oh

RE: Is it impossible to meet English men on this site?

You have no profile pic, so for all anyone knows your face looks like to back of someones front. dunno

RE: Supercomputer Predicts Dangerous Earthquake

I predict there will be an earthquake somewhere in California sometime in the very near future.

Heck I'll go a step further and predict there will be one somewhere in the world within the next minute.

That must mean I'm at least as smart as a California super computer. laugh

RE: Do you believe in Tipping ?

Yes I believe in tipping. I go cow tipping every chance I get. beer

All kidding aside, I do tip and the amount varies depending on the service. Here in South Carolina Restaurants only have to pay $2.35 an hour, unless the tips received don't bring the hourly amount up to at least minimum wage, then the employer has to make up the difference.
I usually go out with friends after Church on Sundays and around here there are a lot of places that have Sunday buffets so that's what we usually have. I usually tip there to but not always, again it depends on the service.

RE: Victim Blaming

This will be the last thing I say in this thread.

I believe for better of worse we are responsible for every decision we make. As are criminals. There is always (to a varying degree) some crossover in our responsibilities when it comes to the outcomes of our decisions. Sometime those decisions result in things happening that nobody in their right mind would have seen coming. Never the less one or more decisions were made that directly resulted in something unexpected to happen.
So in conclusion we can't get away from fact that every decision we make has consequences and we have no one to blame but us for our own decisions..

RE: Victim Blaming

Miwagi are you trying to compare me to a rapist of any kind?

RE: Victim Blaming

Let's try that again.
You're a fool if you don't try to protect yourself in all situations.

RE: Victim Blaming

You're are a fool if you don't at least try.

RE: Victim Blaming

Yes sometime some women do share in SOME of the responsibility for them being raped by putting themselves in situations where unscrupulous men can take advantage of them. I'm not going to give a bunch of examples but here's a couple:
Getting into a car or getting drunk with a man or men they don't know.

RE: Victim Blaming

In a perfect world we should be able to go anywhere, say & do anything that doesn't hurt anyone else without worrying about being hurt or killed.
But knowing that's not the world we live in, it is at least part of your responsibility to protect yourself.

Another example: Would you knowingly step out in front of a speeding car? And if you did, would you only blame the driver who was speeding if he hit you even though you made the decision to step in front of him knowing he might hit you?

RE: Victim Blaming

To be clear I'm not saying he deserved to be beaten. But I do think he does share some responsibility for his actions in provoking someone.
I do also believe in the US that calling someone a name no matter what it is and who it's said to is legal & constitutional.
And in my hypothetical example I don't think what was said should have any bearing on how severely someone is prosecuted.

RE: Is the concept of a one-child and two-child family policy upsetting to anyone else?

I commend you on showing everyone following this thread exactly the type of people snooky & hairball are.thumbs up

RE: Victim Blaming

Lets be honest here. There are certainly situations where the victims of some crimes including rape, DO share some of the responsibility for what happened to them.
Does that mean the person who committed the crime shouldn't be prosecuted? Of course not.
I also think in most cases even if you do share in some of the responsibility for what happened it should have no bearing on how severely the one who committed the crime in punished.

Here's a hypothetical example of someone sharing some of the responsibility by doing something really stupid.
A white guy calls a black guy the N-word. The black guy beats the hell out of the white guy and puts him in the hospital.
In the above example, how much responsibility either party has or should bear is subject to interpretation.

Should the US attack The Assad regime?

Although I still think Trump should not have attacked Assad. It is very possible there's proof we are not privy to that shows who did what and when.

I do think regardless of who is responsible. Attacking Assad does have one major benefit. It shows that under President Trumps control, the US no longer looks like a spineless jelly fish. thumbs up

Should the US attack The Assad regime?

I'm not able to view videos online. But I have to ask if you know when and where the video was taken?

Should the US attack The Assad regime?

If you pay attention to the video you will notice that none of the children appear to be suffering from any irritation at all, and they are being washed in most cases with all their clothes on. If they were contaminated with chemicals then they would at least have to remove their outer clothing but even that wouldn't be enough.

Failure to remove all your clothes means you still risk getting nasty chemicals in your eyes or on your skin or in your mouth again.

At least that's what's on the video their showing here in the US.

Should the US attack The Assad regime?

Perhaps the rebels themselves.

Should the US attack The Assad regime?

To answer my own questions:

I don't know.

No real evidence has surfaced and I don't believe France weighing in counts.

If I believed he did I still wouldn't think we should attack.

Should the US attack The Assad regime?

Another liberal lie spread by their willing accomplices in the lame stream press. The truth is there were "Weapons of mass destruction" found. Some while Saddam's forces were trying to take them out of the country, some were found in weapons caches, most were removed before we invaded.

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