supernerd222

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  1. In the sentence preceding the one you quoted, I talked about a scenario in which I'd be convinced they're fake. There are others, but that's the most likely one I can think of. What would it take to convince you that it's real? Incidentally, I started a topic on this in off-topic, but this is the one that took off. They do it to terrorize people. When people are scared, they do dumb things. It de-stabilizes the fabric of society and makes people more willing to sacrifice freedom for security. Eventually, when a population is scared enough, it starts breeding xenophobia and fascism, a repressive regime takes power, and the terrorists win. Of course, this could never happen in the states: the USA is kind of exceptional in that it's the country that values freedom the most. Besides, the whole electoral system was specifically engineered to prevent tyrants from taking power, so fascism can never be a threat. Anyway, if a terrorist group attacked a Trump property outside of the U.S., their intentions would be clear, no? Given how strongly you believe that the dossier is a hoax with the scant evidence available, I think you're setting the bar unreasonably high for being convinced otherwise.
  2. Regarding the SSI/disability argument, I listened to an excellent podcast a while ago which totally changed the way I saw the issue. The episode is about a county in Alabama where 25% of the population is on disability.
  3. Do acts of terrorism count if they're explicitly in response to the actions of the Trump administration? (they do in my other bet) I want to do one about this dossier too though. I think I would be convinced that it's bogus if two U.S. intelligence agencies make statements to that effect, AND two of CBC, BBC, and Al-Jazeera publish non-opinion pieces which accept that conclusion as fact. Is there anything - short of Trump admitting it all, cause that's never going to happen - that would convince you of the truth of these allegations?
  4. While female sexuality works on a 28-day cycle, male sexuality works on a 24-hour cycle. Testosterone levels are highest in the early morning, which is most likely what you're experiencing. This is also why morning wood is a thing, iirc.
  5. It's really dependent on your situation. I live alone in a ~700 sq ft loft in one of the most unaffordable cities in the world, but I make it work by having a well-paying job, not owning a car, having no debts, and generally living semi-frugally. I did my time living in crack houses and basement suites when I was in school, and I will never live with a roommate again. I have enough roommate stories, I don't need to accumulate any more.
  6. Your arguments are sound, and I don't think I'm a good enough at debate to win against you, but would you like to make a little political bet? My offer of a tit-for-tat on posting a redaction in this thread still stands if you're not comfortable risking money. Or I'd even be willing to place some bitcoin or dollars on the table about this. I made a bet with another one of my friends: one bitcoin to me if the Trump administration directly causes a major adverse international incident between Jan 20th and May 31st 2017. Would you be interested in something similar regarding this dossier? We can work out some agreeable terms of victory and a timeline. It should be easy money if you're as sure as you sound.
  7. Some people seem to think that this is 4chan shenanigans, but I don't think so. I wonder if anyone is so sure of that position that they would be willing to commit to posting a retraction in this thread if/when these allegations are confirmed. If there are any takers, I'd be willing to commit to doing the same if the allegations are debunked. My truth-o-meter is hovering around 80% for the substance of the briefing to be true: that Russia/Putin has compromising information on Trump and has been manipulating him throughout the election. I base this on the reputations of the people and organizations who have taken this document seriously, the plausibility of the story it tells, and the reactions of the various interested parties after the story broke. If I'm wrong, this is not only the greatest troll in history, but also pretty damning proof that the intelligence community is not very good at their job.
  8. Not anxious, just awkward. I chalk it up to it being such a sexually charged topic: it's awkward for me in the same way it would be awkward if someone started casually talking about the sex they had last night or something. Adult diaper commercials are also pretty uncomfortable when I'm watching TV with other people around.
  9. I assume we've all seen the news by now. And I hate to bring more undue attention to the one insignificant detail that's already dominating the discussion in this extremely concerning scandal. However, I'm going to anyway. As of me posting this, the documents posted by Buzzfeed haven't been verified, but the base story that the President-Elect of the United States was manipulated and blackmailed by Russia is looking pretty truthy at this point. Watersports, huh? After all the outrageous things he's said and done, he lets himself be blackmailed about hiring prostitutes to pee on each other? This is a really weird time to be alive.
  10. We have acceptance. Our social contract with the normals is thus: we get to do whatever we want in the privacy of our own homes as long as no-one gets hurt too bad. That's the role of sexuality in our society: it's private, shameful, you only acknowledge it exists with the people closest to you. If you want acceptance beyond the affordance of privacy (i.e. it being socially acceptable to "come out") you're talking about revamping the entire role of sexuality in our society. You're basically proposing a world in which sex is utterly trivial, everyone is constantly talking about sex and masturbation and sexual fantasies openly on social media, everyone's having sex with everyone forever, etc, etc. Which would be amazing if you ask me. But before we get there we have to survive the shitty bit of history we're going to live through. I think we'll get there eventually, but not in the near future.
  11. Agree with the adult diaper suggestion. It's really hard to find molicares in stores, at least where I live, though. In terms of plain white adult pullups, they're becoming kind of rare, it seems. Store brands usually have that variety, but they're awful. Depends are plain but coloured, and Always discreet has prints. Tena has gendered and unisex plain white adult pullups, but I've never tried them, so I can't speak for the quality.
  12. Apology accepted. And I feel like I should also apologize. I was a little bit hesitant about making this thread, because I don't want to disturb people. I put a few warnings in advance of the graphic part, but they clearly weren't loud enough to keep people from learning something that they didn't necessarily want to know. So I'm sorry you had to read that without knowing what you were in for.
  13. I feel like I'm biased in terms of sticking things in my butt because I am into messing myself. Some people in this fetish put things in their butts. Not putting things in your butt is probably nearly universally safer than putting things in your butt. Yet people continue to put things in their butts, because whatever they get out of putting things in their butt outweighs the discomfort and safety considerations. Yesterday, I put a thing in my butt, and it was extremely uncomfortable and possibly unsafe. So I figured I'd tell other people, so that they can avoid having a bad time from putting a thing in their butt. Coming in here and throwing around huge red text and Darwin awards references isn't helpful: this thread is targeted at people who already put things in their butts. I get that you're concerned with people's safety. I get that when you come across someone who put a thing in their butt and regretted it, telling them to just not put things in their butt is such glaringly obvious common-sense advice that it's hard not to give it. But you're not going to change anyone's mind the way you're going about it, and it doesn't really contribute to the conversation. When I come across a thread about something I feel squicked out about, I just try not to pass judgement and move on. Best practice is to use a paste made of powdered cinnamon, cinnamon sticks will perforate your colon like tissue paper. Seriously though, is this a real thing I've never heard of, or are cinnamon sticks and marshmallows related because they're both good in cocoa?
  14. Hey, gross post incoming, but this is something I was never warned about. I'll put the tl;dr first: if you put marshmallows in your butt, make sure they come out of your butt on schedule. Yesterday on impulse I bought a bag of marshmallows and poked three of them up my butt. Within half an hour, I felt the expected cramping and urgency. Instead of letting go, I clenched and held on. After a particularly strong wave, the feeling went away altogether. Suddenly, I didn't have to poop anymore. I figured the urgency would come back, but it didn't. I shrugged and carried on with cooking. Hours later, I took a poo before bed. It was a quantity of clear liquid (dissolved marshmallows) and some normal poop. However, last night, I had to get up twice to havesome of the most painful diarrhoea of my life. I'm pretty sure I could distinctly feel my whole large intestine inside my gut yelling at me. The only time I've ever had a more painful shit was probably after eating novelty spicy chicken wings. I'm back to normal now, but be safe out there. Sorry for over-sharing.
  15. I have a stable but complicated relationship with my parents. Complicated enough that if I ever saw a shrink, that would be a talking point. I see no reason to assume that fact is related to my sexuality. The way I see it, some wires got crossed in my brain, and the sexuality subsystem got hooked up mainly to the "diapers" node instead of the "girls" node. It has been that way as long as I can remember. It's clearly not purely genetic, but speculating on where the environmental component might have come from, that's a question which has no real answer.