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Yea honestly calling her a baby killer is an excellent argument. You should tell her about hell too. 

I love my cheese. I got to have my cheddar.

Not sure if fake

comp_sci_kid wrote:

Not sure if fake

+1, actually 

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Even if there is a good chance it’s fake, it’s more interesting if it is real. So, it is better to just assume it’s real and act like it is. Reality is whatever you want it to be. 

“Visit the Water Cooler forum on Analyst Forum. It is the best forum.”
- Everyone

What is real? How do you define ‘real’? If you’re talking about what you can feel, what you can smell, what you can taste and see, then ‘real’ is simply electrical signals interpreted by your brain.

82 > 87
Simple math.

igor555 wrote:

what happens if u wanted her to keep it?

Her body, her choice bro. 

CEO10K-DAY wrote:

She is a pro poker player and earns more than I do - however, none of that matters. She said she already decided on getting an abortion before I got there. She said that neither of us can honestly support this right now and it’s not the right timing.

I cried. Wasn’t expecting that. Damn.

Sorry to hear man. That’s just a difficult situation to be in.

Lesson learned: don’t stick your dick in crazy. 

i mean she’s having a baby. its normal to be flaky with decisions at this time. but imo this is a good thing. you honestly shouldnt have a baby until you are financially stable. i’d say about 150k in net worth per child.

I love my cheese. I got to have my cheddar.

I’m confused. You wanted her to have an abortion, she decided to get an abortion, you’re sad?

And to answer the question of the ultrasound, yes, you can definitely get one as early as six weeks. Source: Been there, done that.

Mike79 wrote:

Lesson learned: don’t stick your dick in crazy. 

For the record, I agree.  But I don’t think he needs all of us reminding him of how he fvcked up.  

82 > 87
Simple math.

Sounds like you dodged a bullet, if I was in your shoes it’d emotionally affect me to.

I’d be sad for a while and then a bit more careful in the future when it comes to sex.

^Every experience is different. I’ve had to have a fetus vacuumed out of an girlfriend before. I went and ate at Capital while it was happening.

I was just there last night for restaurant week – they have “the generous pour” going on where you can get like 7 half-glasses of great wine for $28 – enough to get a little drunk. 9/10 meal.

Greenman72 wrote:

What is real? How do you define ‘real’? If you’re talking about what you can feel, what you can smell, what you can taste and see, then ‘real’ is simply electrical signals interpreted by your brain.

I mean, people spend hours debating completely fake stuff all the time, like if Dumbledore is gay (until he became gay), or who is Best Girl among Mikasa, Christa and Lt. Hange (is was Sasha, btw). The reality is what people agree it to be. So, if we all agree that this guy’s story is real or fake, it doesn’t matter what the truth is, since we will never meet the guy. 

“Visit the Water Cooler forum on Analyst Forum. It is the best forum.”
- Everyone

^Somehow I think you missed the reference.  

https://youtu.be/VVro5wxqh4U

82 > 87
Simple math.

Schopenhauer wrote:

I was just there last night for restaurant week – they have “the generous pour” going on where you can get like 7 half-glasses of great wine for $28 – enough to get a little drunk. 9/10 meal.

Spot on chap. Spot on.

ohai wrote:

I mean, people spend hours debating completely fake stuff all the time, like if Dumbledore is gay (until he became gay), or who is Best Girl among Mikasa, Christa and Lt. Hange (is was Sasha, btw). The reality is what people agree it to be. So, if we all agree that this guy’s story is real or fake, it doesn’t matter what the truth is, since we will never meet the guy. 

Oh trust me. I saw an ultrasound. And she is taking the pill. 

I went there extremely gun-ho about an abortion, but all of a sudden became sad about what was happening. That’s the part I wasn’t expecting.

Also, I actually have met Sweep a couple of times before. 

¯\_(ツ)_/¯ It be like that sometimes.

Sorry about that, man. That’s a tough experience regardless of the outcome. Even tougher for her, I suspect. I’d encourage you to be as supportive as possible without leading-on the plausibility of striking things back up.

Well if you feel bad about it, you can impregs her again after she has the abortion. 

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- Everyone

Greenman72 wrote:

Mike79 wrote:

Lesson learned: don’t stick your dick in crazy. 

For the record, I agree.  But I don’t think he needs all of us reminding him of how he fvcked up.  

Well, I disagree. You gotta call a spade a shovel. Sometimes, that means having difficult or uncomfortable conversations. 

CEO10K-DAY wrote:

I went there extremely gun-ho about an abortion, but all of a sudden became sad about what was happening. That’s the part I wasn’t expecting.

Also, I actually have met Sweep a couple of times before. 

Can confirm.

And that is one hell of an emotional rollercoaster. Totally sucks.

I’m going to be in your office 10/16-17 (going to watch the Chiefs destroy the Donkeys on the 17th). I’m sure we’ll be hosting a happy hour on the 16th. Mark it down and I’ll buy you copious amounts of Coors Light.

wait wait. dumbledore is a gay?

I love my cheese. I got to have my cheddar.

Mike79 wrote:

igor555 wrote:

what happens if u wanted her to keep it?

Her body, her choice bro. 

So, after this exchange, this article popped up in a sidefeed for me today.  It raises an interesting point:

https://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-49240582

“There is a disconnect,” Mr Locker says. “Men have a responsibility - as they should do - hence their wages get docked with child support if a baby is born, but at the same time they get no rights on an abortion going ahead.”

Logically if we adhere to “Her body, her choice” then in states with legal abortion, having the baby is obviously a conscious decision by the woman alone.  Why are men obligated to pay child support for someone else’s choice?  I’m not actually advocating a position here, but there is an obvious logical disconnect.

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The problem with feminist is they want all the upside and none of the downside. Like “equal pay” wanting to be bosses and executives but not wanting to be plumbers, roofers, or any of the hard stuff.

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Black Swan wrote:

Mike79 wrote:

igor555 wrote:

what happens if u wanted her to keep it?

Her body, her choice bro. 

So, after this exchange, this article popped up in a sidefeed for me today.  It raises an interesting point:

https://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-49240582

“There is a disconnect,” Mr Locker says. “Men have a responsibility - as they should do - hence their wages get docked with child support if a baby is born, but at the same time they get no rights on an abortion going ahead.”

Logically if we adhere to “Her body, her choice” then in states with legal abortion, having the baby is obviously a conscious decision by the woman alone.  Why are men obligated to pay child support for someone else’s choice?  I’m not actually advocating a position here, but there is an obvious logical disconnect.

Looks like we need to start a march down in Washington for men’s rights ?

I am not trying to launch a 4chan blue pill revolt or anything, simply pointing out an interesting logical inconsistency.  

#FreeCVM #FreeTurd #2007-2017

^Here’s another logical inconsistency:

43 states do not have “right to die” or “death with dignity” laws, because of the sacredness of life or something.  Yet, all 43 of those states allow abortion.  

82 > 87
Simple math.

Greenman72 wrote:

^Here’s another logical inconsistency:

43 states do not have “right to die” or “death with dignity” laws, because of the sacredness of life or something.  Yet, all 43 of those states allow abortion.  

Probably pretty high overlap with the death penalty too.

Dave Chapelle actually talks about that topic in his latest standup BS

Sweep the Leg wrote:

Greenman72 wrote:

^Here’s another logical inconsistency:

43 states do not have “right to die” or “death with dignity” laws, because of the sacredness of life or something.  Yet, all 43 of those states allow abortion.  

Probably pretty high overlap with the death penalty too.

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