(29 Likes) If the technologies are advanced enough to customize it to your dream partner with artificial intelligence and automation, would you buy a sex doll to meet your sexual demand and it will be ready every time you turn it on, but it never bothers you once you turn it off?
ht about it and I would probably like to a woman in love with men and babies try once, but that means renting one and how gross is that? I think it’s not the same as being with a real person, so I’d rather do without him. And what do you do with it when you are not…. You know… do you use it? I just wouldn’t want to stuff the Mini Sex Doll “him” in a clo.
(28 Liked) If you were to buy a real doll, who would you compare it to?
(42 Likes) Why do people say that every time someone goes into a museum and looks at the doll, the doll will look at that person? Is this true?
The web and other media are documenting babies self-moving, staring at people, and even attacking people. I have a hard time believing all this. This is because many of these stories are based on secondhand storytelling (i.e. Best Sex Dolls we hear from a family friend or their second cousin’s gardener, blah blah blah). And many have neither corroborating evidence nor multiple witnesses. Oftentimes, stories about dolls being owned are more about the person trying to gain attention or enhance the doll’s value, rather than recounting actual events. For example, the story #6 in the link above about the doll bought on eBay and attacked its owner seems ridiculous to me because the doll in the picture was made by Franklin Mint and is a Gibson Girl bride-to-be. a woman in love with men and babies in the 1990s. I had the same doll for a while. It’s not a Victorian doll. The price they are asking is ridiculously high, well above its value. The doll is not sold for a tenth of the asking price. It’s clear the story was made up to inflate the doll’s price. Some people have very active imaginations and are suggestible, so if they hear a story like this about a doll, they will find themselves experiencing things they heard about the doll because their own minds are tricking them into seeing something that isn’t really there. is happening. They want to see, so they see. Dolls are a popular target for a ship to portray as a ship.
(58 Likes) Do conservatives think the minimum wage should be adjusted for inflation? So why?
reflexively rejects any obstacle to the unlimited functioning of the free market. For this reason, conservatives oppose raising the minimum wage. But like many arguments based on ideological bias rather than facts and statistics, this argument sounds good, but – masks a more cynical agenda. Basically, changes in the minimum wage are related to the redistribution of wealth. In the long run, there is some good evidence that minimum wage increases benefit everyone. HOWEVER, in the short run, the minimum wage allowance “labor” increases at the expense of “capital”. In other words, these changes are BEST for everyone. Notable ‘failors’ also tend to contribute greatly to conservative causes. And like capital gains tax, inheritance tax, and regulations surrounding bank privacy, these contributors are certainly aware they’re advocating an unpopular position. That is, they can’t show their cards and admit their true intentions (are they?) – they have to come up with other arguments. ideologically inspired dogma. Now we are arguing about something other than the main issue. The “new” minimum wage argument has been moved away from peer-reviewed research into a well-crafted, solid narrative. Instead of facts, the voter hears an oversimplified “thought experiment” to cause him to conclude that he understands the issue. From there, it’s easy to convince that voter that you can guess their views on something similar to the same problem. But it doesn’t – and the same intellectual arrogance that gets excited to “understand” one problem prevents us from seeing that it doesn’t apply to the other problem. That’s the essence of conservative marketing, and it’s very effective. Think about the minimum wage argument you hear all the time. “If I was doing a job and suddenly the enactment of the minimum wage made me have to pay that worker more, I would hire fewer workers. Sounds like a good argument. Apart from that, it offers a simple microeconomic structure to refute a much more nuanced macroeconomic problem. It aptly ignores the benefits of preferring labor to capital, increased monetary velocity, improved productivity and social mobility (to name just a few…). The whole economy and collective understanding is best expressed in Card Kruegers 1993. Minimum Wages and Employment: A Case Study of the Fast Food Industry in New Jersey and Pennsylvania This is a comparative study of a single MSA connecting the two states. an increase in wages and a non. It turned out that raising the minimum wage did not affect the increase in employment. The AMA contributed to better lives for low-income people who benefited from the pay increase. To be clear, this is not a “stand-alone study” but the culmination of 50 years of economic research on the subject. That’s what the real scientific process is all about – rarely “revolutionary” – and more often a collection of small, contentious, mysterious studies that support a slow and steady march of progress. Even as a standalone study, the research thwarted a series of well-funded and increasingly silly attacks by Sex Doll ight for one reason: it’s true. (example of the latest “work” related problems Problems of a New Study on Seattle’s $15 Minimum Wage) Frankly, I blame the Democrats. Rather than using the facts to refute an intellectually flawed attack, Democrats are promoting a “hardship at the bottom” story. But ignoring conservative dishonesty, they unwittingly affirm it. If voters understood how wealthy interests co-opted misunderstood policies such as opposition to minimum wages to support the largest transfer of wealth in history, they might eventually recognize these “job creators” for what they are. Instead, Democrats, I focus on philanthropy and empathy, both noble ideals. However, completely incredulous
(66 Likes) What is an example of a time when someone took political correctness too far?
Now he can teach math. The school accused the teacher of violating its equality and discrimination policy. Joshua is a little unhappy with the school’s accusation. Do not look at me like that. I know what you’re thinking. You’re wondering if the teacher made racist, homophobic, sexist, Islamophobic, sexist or Nazi rhetoric, right? No. Not like this. Joshua did something much more serious. Used the wrong gender when addressing a student. What do you mean, Rafinha? You see… The students in his class were working in happy and contented groups like every day. Our friend and esteemed teacher walked around the classroom, carefully watching the students’ interactions with each other while they were doing their homework. At one point, Joshua (apparently) passed a group of girls. Can you imagine the completely inappropriate comment he made? “Alright girls!” YES, CREATURE! DEFINITELY! The teacher lost her job because she praised or made a positive comment about the work of a group of students. The problem is that one of the students identified himself as a male, even though he didn’t appear at first. Ok, honest mistake. He fixed the teacher there, that was fair, wasn’t it? jos a woman in love with men and babies ua apologized and started calling the boy by her preferred name, and that should be the end of it. Joshua’s school policy is to address students only by the appropriate pronoun or student-chosen name. The idea is that this will avoid problems or the occasional misunderstanding. In this case, Joshua should have followed this rule to the end. Not content with just complaining to the teacher, the boy went home and told his parents what had happened at school. The enraged parents filed a complaint with the school. Thereupon, the school teacher decided to suspend him. Blame? An honest mistake regarding a student’s gender, and worst of all, calling (the student) by name (prohibited by school policies) instead of the chosen pronoun. Gentlemen… People have a weakness to alleviate situations like this. Or recognizing that honest mistakes and apologies in social relationships are normal, acceptable, and advisable for good social interaction. A simple situation that could be resolved between teacher and student has turned into such an uncontrollable snowball that instead of apologizing and returning to a normal and productive life, instead of returning to a normal and productive life, literally the whole world knows about it, unnecessary exposure of hyper-interested, a teacher who lost a teacher in the middle of the school year. An absolutely avoidable lawsuit against the group of young students and the school. The teacher apologized. But the boy refused or pretended to. The families threatened to take the incident to the newspaper. And the school gave up. What did the parents gain from this? Revenge? against what? For what? How do you explain to me, how did the kid or someone else involved win in this case? Extreme “political correctness” just to satisfy some over-inflated ego is the reason why a 27-year-old lost his dream job where he spent several years of his life studying. A very sad episode that reflects very well how some values of society have changed in a negative way. EDIT: Ok, mea culpa. Apparently, the man repeated the offense after this episode. Sad. However, I will continue my first point: people must learn to neutralize