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Australia's Military Defense Policy Explained

greatgooglymoogly says...

If the US spent $400 billion a year, Australia would spend about USD$31 billion a year at a comparable per capita level, just what was mentioned in the video. If you change that to AUD, it would be 42 billion a year.

Australia's Military Defense Policy Explained

Flame That Freezes How A Fridge Works (1939)

Ricky Hangs A Towel Hanger

greatgooglymoogly says...

drywall doesn't pull off that easily, could not be real. have cut through a copper pipe with a sawzall before, it was abandoned thank god.

Who would hang a towel that damn low anyway? I knew it was fake from the beginning.

New Rule: The Problem with Democrats | Real Time with Bill M

greatgooglymoogly says...

It's almost as if both parties were simply serving their corporate masters, marching to the beat of the lobbyists, instead of the people who actually vote for them. Nah, that can't be it.

bobknight33 said:

Funny. conservatives think the same about the Republican party, Ball-less.

You should trick your husband into getting you pregnant!

greatgooglymoogly says...

Next question by a guy: "Yea, so my wife promised me we'd have sex 3 times a week after getting married. Now I'm lucky to get it twice a month. Should I just do it anyway, after all it's not rape if she promised right?"

ABC News: Purity Balls: Lifting the Veil on Special Ceremony

greatgooglymoogly says...

I don't know, it seems pretty arbitrary to me either way. Actually the best argument for it IMO is that if you only have sex with one person, you aren't going to know if it's good or terrible. You won't have anything to compare it to and therefore something to make your life more unhappy if you think it's bad; one less issue to divorce for as well. Similarly, maybe if you were poor and couldn't afford fancy food, consciously avoiding ever trying the things you couldn't regularly afford so you would never be unhappy with not having it. It would be a question in the back of your mind, but not a source of unhappiness.

It would also have been nice to have some interview questions about how the sons are taught and treated by the same parents.

notarobot said:

Waiting until marriage for sex/romance might have made some sense when girls would be married off by 15. (And often dead by 30 from dysentery....) But the world has moved on.

ABC News: Purity Balls: Lifting the Veil on Special Ceremony

greatgooglymoogly says...

There are things like statutory rape laws because kids in middle and high school are too young to consent to sex. They legally CAN'T make that decision, so saying dad has control issues for proactively and publicly "deciding" for his daughter is pretty funny.

Sagemind said:

What gives the dad the right to tell her who is good enough. Talk about absolute control issues. Teaching these girls right from day one, that it'a the MAN who makes all the decisions - That the girl is not capable to make her own choices.

Alex Jones is definitely not bragging

The Cluster Fuck At The Oscars For Best Picture

greatgooglymoogly says...

I see no reason they can't have somebody with PWC read the envelope contents immediately before handing it to the presenter before they enter the stage to verify and prevent something like this. And also print the winner in OMG HUGE font so somebody can't mix up the actor/movie.

Bill Maher - Milo Yiannopoulos Interview

greatgooglymoogly says...

So he's apologizing for 1 or 2 statements and saying the rest is all just misundertood/ out of context? A bit less than I was expecting. He was smart to remind us it isn't our place to tell him how to deal with his own abuse though. I thought the clip was much more "here's my views on the subject" than him trying to be funny and offensive, but I guess that's all subjective. Just like getting banned from Twitter, I expect this will only increase his reach in the future. And being technically correct is my main aim, so thank you.

Bill Maher - Milo Yiannopoulos Interview

greatgooglymoogly says...

Most Americans literally can't use the word literally right to save their lives. That doesn't change the actual meaning of the word. Same with pedophilia. Males are biologically programmed to be attracted to girls who have reached puberty, it is not a psychological disorder to be aroused by a 14 yr old in a bikini. It is for a 10 year old. If that impulse is acted upon, one is an antisocial pervert, the other is mentally defective.

Bill Maher - Milo Yiannopoulos Interview

greatgooglymoogly says...

Still not understanding what a pedophile is. God, this is frustrating.

I'll even give you the timestamp in the video 4:04
I did miss the spot where he mentioned he was 14 years old, could you point that out?

newtboy said:

What I heard was him saying the adult that had sex with him when he was a 14 year old boy did nothing wrong. Did I misunderstand him?

Bill Maher - Milo Yiannopoulos Interview

greatgooglymoogly says...

In that video, Milo helpfully defines pedophilia, AND YOU STILL GOT IT WRONG. Stop lying, please.

Now to what he was actually talking about: criminal law has to have a stark, black and white line to define an age of consent. I don't see what's wrong with arguing that line is imperfect and some younger people are capable of giving it. I wouldn't go so far as saying that would justify breaking the law. But morally, there is no difference between screwing a minor a day before they turn 18 and the day after. In reality it might very well be completely legal in the next state over.

He is an idiot for even touching this third-rail topic and his jokes about the Father are tone-deaf but maybe that has to do with his British upbringing.

Imagoamin said:

Oh hey, Milo defends pedophilia. Wonderful guy to have on your show. Worst bit starts at 2:30.

keith olbermann-bespoke prophecy 7 years ago-special comment

greatgooglymoogly says...

Did you miss the bit about this being 7 years old?? His rant isn't partisan at all, simply denouncing corporate control of politics. I don't see how compromise and respecting differing viewpoints means you need to accept the influence of corporate money. Wealthy individuals already tip the scales enough. This last election was a reminder that there will always be a limitation to their power, the media's power in particular is dwindling.



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