mrman 
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Re: “The only thing better than live music, is free live music

Jeez, Bro Tim, Debbie Downer or what?

"Yeah, and if someone slips and falls at the concert, they'll need medical attention, and guess who pays for that? Us. And guess who pays for the person who has to go salt the patch of ice that they slipped on? Us. And guess who pays for the lawyer who represents the city when the person who slipped files a lawsuit? Us." And on and on.

Taxes are a part of life. You may as well get out and enjoy a "free" show - maybe it'll rid you of some of that bitterness.

Posted by mrman on 02/16/2011 at 12:04 PM

Re: “No lesbian chat-slut ads?

Rawr is right, but for the wrong reasons. It's a numbers game: guess what is the largest analogous group of people watching late-night TV and who might be persuaded to engage in phone sex with a stranger? That's right: hetero men. Not that any other group isn't interested, or "willing", but there are just too few of them to make it lucrative. Trust me, if these companies' research showed that enough old, black, lesbians were watching Carson Daly, you would see sex-chat infomercials aimed at them too.

The distinction being, it's the sheer number of single/lonely straight males driving services like this (or at least the advertisement of them), not the sexual appetites of males in general.

Nothing angers me more than the ignorant delusion that men are incapable of, "keeping it in their pants." This is an antiquated concept that hasn't been accurate since the feminism movement of the mid-twentieth century when women decided their sexuality was their own business. Last I checked, most dicks are securely contained within pants most of the time.

I would be willing to bet that 10 to 20% of men and women fall into the category of needing to screw all the time in order to stay sane, and if these women had to haul something out of their pants to do so, you can be damn sure they would.

Posted by mrman on 05/19/2010 at 10:25 AM

Re: “And so it begins...

ignore the word "not" from that last sentence...

Posted by mrman on 05/06/2010 at 2:53 PM

Re: “And so it begins...

Plastic Diver Guy wrote "This one's only up for about 2-3 weeks, they simply have to finish what they began and pave the road smoother again. That intersection was only given a patch pave for the winter."

Unfortunately, week #1 is coming to an end and they've basically only set the pylons up and unloaded the equipment. I've worked on several construction projects involving paving urban streets, and I've never seen the pomp and circumstance that's on display there: hundreds of pylons, three or four excavators, round the clock traffic "police", but no WORK being done.

If this was a private job with actual penalties for delays, they'd have that sucker wrapped up in a week flat. They also would have started in the intersection and worked out, thereby not minimizing the disruption to traffic and avoiding having to hire 5x times the number of flaggers necessary.

Posted by mrman on 05/06/2010 at 2:52 PM

Re: “NEED A HOBBY?

I must have accidentally stumbled onto "Love the Way We are Sensitive About LTWWB."

Take it easy, a bitch about the regs is as legitimate as any other. Think about what you are doing for a moment, and stop taking yourselves so seriously.

But you won't, cause them's fightin' words, aren't they?

Posted by mrman on 03/19/2010 at 1:31 PM

Re: “BFF pump 'n' dump: help wanted

Dearest Nothing,

He's my theory: The guy was your friend for a good while and finally got to sleep with you, but being a virgin (or close to it), he was awkward in bed, he knew it, and was mortified.

Sober as he was, he was robbed of a "get out of jail free card" (i.e. I'm so sorry, I was drunk, I'm usually better than that) and didn't really have any other excuse other than admitting he wasn't very experienced. He probably should have done so, but understandably didn't, SO:

You should call him and ask him straight up what happened. If he continues to deny it, shitty, but at least you tried and now the ball is entirely in his court. If you don't do that, his embarrassment may prevent him from ever contacting you again (i.e. he will bite off his nose despite his face), and you will both be worse off.

Whatever you think, he sounds like a great person, and if you've been as close friends as it sounds, both of you deserve to give the can at least another kick.

Sincerely,

Mr. Man Landers

Posted by mrman on 03/16/2010 at 8:34 PM

Re: “Dear boyfriend

well said fizz.

Posted by mrman on 03/13/2010 at 6:52 PM

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