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April 13, 2012, 05:17:48 PM
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Both of my parents worked and I turned out ok.

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April 13, 2012, 06:08:24 PM
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The fact is in a reasonable economy, we should only need one parent working, period, man or woman. We were a first-world country at one point but now we are degrading to where we have whole families working to just sustain.

Wow.  This is amazing.  Atlas says something I fully agree with.
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April 13, 2012, 09:28:32 PM
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The fact is in a reasonable economy, we should only need one parent working, period, man or woman. We were a first-world country at one point but now we are degrading to where we have whole families working to just sustain.

Wow.  This is amazing.  Atlas says something I fully agree with.
Same for me. What’s going on here? Shocked

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April 13, 2012, 09:46:15 PM
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The fact is in a reasonable economy, we should only need one parent working, period, man or woman. We were a first-world country at one point but now we are degrading to where we have whole families working to just sustain.

Wow.  This is amazing.  Atlas says something I fully agree with.
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Oh, it's just people bitching Atlas even though he is right this time.

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April 13, 2012, 09:50:02 PM
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Jon, clearly there is some aspect of being a standing joke to everyone who reads your posts that must really turn your crank. Why do you come here? Surely there must be a better venue for someone with such a desperate need for attention than one where everyone thinks you are a flaming asshole.

You have no clue and certainly no life experience concerning this topic. Come back when you grow up, girl.

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April 14, 2012, 02:34:29 AM
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Why do you come here? Surely there must be a better venue for someone with such a desperate need for attention than one where everyone thinks you are a flaming asshole.

I have never bought a bitcoin and see no reason that I ever would. I have never bought The Bitcon and see no reason to start now as it steadily moves towards its inevitable conclusion of drowning in a sea of ennui.

Perhaps we should ask you that.

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April 14, 2012, 02:45:01 AM
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Hmmm. Fyi, both my parents worked since I was little, picking me up from kindergarten and preschool at 6pm, and once I started school, since 1st grade, I was on my own after classes. The term is Latchkey Kid. Since I was 7, I would come home and stay by myself until 4, doing homework or chores, then pick up my little brother from kindergarten at 5, and watched over him until my parents came home at 7. Sometimes I helped get dinner started, too. Both of my parents had to work because in USSR the average salary was about $300 a month. They even had to grow tulips in wooden boxes on the balcony to sell by the metro to make some extra money to be able to take care of us. I don't know why they had us. They did apparently want to, and were actually trying. And although I felt like I've "grown up" way before anyone else in my school, and felt more adult-like due to being on my own and having more responsibilities, which made me feel a bit alienated from the other kids, I still turned out OK in the end. Likely because we still spent evenings and weekends together as a family, instead of in front of the TV.

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April 14, 2012, 02:20:15 PM
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Why do you come here? Surely there must be a better venue for someone with such a desperate need for attention than one where everyone thinks you are a flaming asshole.

I have never bought a bitcoin and see no reason that I ever would. I have never bought The Bitcon and see no reason to start now as it steadily moves towards its inevitable conclusion of drowning in a sea of ennui.

Perhaps we should ask you that.

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April 15, 2012, 12:22:30 AM
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Why do you come here? Surely there must be a better venue for someone with such a desperate need for attention than one where everyone thinks you are a flaming asshole.

I have never bought a bitcoin and see no reason that I ever would. I have never bought The Bitcon and see no reason to start now as it steadily moves towards its inevitable conclusion of drowning in a sea of ennui.

Perhaps we should ask you that.

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April 15, 2012, 01:41:30 AM
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It was awesome both my parents worked until late at night. I could intercept report cards, suspension letters from school and even got my sister to intercept suspension phone calls Smiley

After school I would invite people back to smoke weed in a giant circle of 30+ students it was great having zero parental supervision Smiley
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