you know, we all laugh at the squart guy, but there’s something endearing about someone whose biggest turn-on is making sure their partner has a truly enjoyable orgasm. i bet he buys people flower bouquets and red bull. i…
You should make a video about that comic explaining why you think the commentary is so wrong. Because I tend to agree with you, but I'm interested to see your reasoning.
The commentary is wrong because it treats the inherent dignity of human beings and our quest for inner-satisfaction as though it were inconsequential and should be sacrificed for the good of an economic system that disproportionately benefits those who are already wealthy.
I don’t need to write a fucking comic or an essay about why letting your dreams wither and die so you can be a banker or the general manager at a furniture store is stupid. Anyone with the least bit of brains can see that for themselves.
You’ve traded in your soul to make a little money so you can participate in a system that no one but rich people really like. How does that strike you as a good decision?
Now, if you’re just a dull fucking person and an accountant is all you have the potential to be, then you go right ahead and pursue that. But for those of us who have a fire burning inside of us—we’re not about to let you put it out. We’re not willing to be as bland and empty as you.
talking to very republican teenagers is so surreal
It must be strange for you to see teenagers who don’t blindly follow their liberal parents, or their liberal teachers, or the liberal media, or liberal celebrities, or liberal musicians, or liberals on the internet.
Damn librels. Take bak americium. Don’t let em take are guns
When we read, our eyes move across a page or a screen to digest the words. All of that eye movement slows us down, but a new technology called Spritz claims to have figured out a way to turn us into speed-readers. By flashing words onto a single point on a screen, much like watching TV, Spritz says it will double your reading speed.