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September 26th, 2016 @ 2:22AM

MEMBER SINCE:April 27th, 2003
LAST ONLINE:September 26th, 2016 @ 2:22AM
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    IN RESPONSE TO: M.Bacon at Dland Paris

    This is your opportunity to clear out the hoarder house!
    Posted: September 25th, 2016 @ 5:59AM
    IN RESPONSE TO: The funniest shit

    Okay, I'll admit it. I laughed.
    Posted: September 17th, 2016 @ 4:55PM
    IN RESPONSE TO: Painted my fence

    Lord how I hate painting.
    Posted: September 12th, 2016 @ 1:57AM
    IN RESPONSE TO: "Worth"

    This is just another passing fad, joining the ranks of "totally", "that's hot", "radical", "bling", etc.
    Posted: September 8th, 2016 @ 5:53PM
    IN RESPONSE TO: My Rank in Longest Employee

    I take it you mean longest tenured.
    Posted: September 8th, 2016 @ 2:20PM
    IN RESPONSE TO: O Canada

    I think it's both amusing and disturbing that we're passing judgment on Nebu's baby-mama (aka HLM) on a public forum with limited information. With that said, here goes...

    From paying attention over the years, here's the facts that I can recollect:

    -HLM has a background in accounting. She hasn't worked a traditional job since having a child (M. Bacon) in January of 2008.

    -There is some outside income from HLM involving rental properties in Oregon. It doesn't seem to produce much income and I think there are other members of the family with a financial interest. The properties require occasional "vacation" trips which sound like drudgery.

    -HLM has hording tendencies and Nebu makes no mention of any outstanding homemaking qualities (eg. great home cooked meals, good financial planner, great budget shopper, etc.). Nebu makes no complaint about HLM's motherly qualities, so I assume that area is good.

    -M. Bacon is 8 (turning 9 in Jan) and is likely starting 3rd grade. E-kid, HLM's child from a prior relationship, is probably around 14 now and should be in high school.

    -Nebu's career has not advanced. His salary and bonuses have been cut. He has gone into his 401k and savings to pay for things like housing. His expense structure has gone up due to vacations, inflation, and added structural expenses (primarily housing and everything that is associated with it).

    If these facts paint a mostly accurate picture of the situation, the necessary action is crystal clear. HLM needs to get a job. At worst, she should be able to make $30-40,000 per year. I believe $60-70,000 could be in range as well. A full time job during normal business hours would have minimal impact on the parenting of M. Bacon and E-kid. There might be minor expenses for pre or post school care. At this point, E-kid can watch M. Bacon for a few hours here and there. During the summer, there's summer camp. Yeah, it's an expense, but M. Bacon would be socially active and the cost of the camp would certainly not exceed the income that HLM would produce.

    From 2008-2013, an argument could be made for HLM to be a stay-at-home Mom. Now that E-kid is older and M.Bacon is a full time student, there is no compelling economic reason for HLM to remain at home.
    Nebu is in a financial death spiral of a stagnant career coupled with rising costs at home.

    Nebu: You need to fucking snap out of it man. Back in 2009, a now relatively well known Internet blogger took you to task for not holding HLM accountable. He more or less predicted what your life would become. Take some time to re-read the piece. Take the lessons to heart and make some shit happen.

    Roosh rips Nebu's ass

    EDIT: fixed minor grammar errors

    EDITED: 2016-08-31 08:55:32

    Posted: August 31st, 2016 @ 8:52AM
    IN RESPONSE TO: O Canada

    Dude, if your wife / baby mama isn't working a job that produces steady income, it's time to make that happen.
    Posted: August 17th, 2016 @ 9:16AM
    IN RESPONSE TO: Auto Lending: Last Week Tonight with John Oliver (HBO)

    That hilarious episode about how the Clinton Foundation was really the State Department for sale to the highest bidder is coming any day now...
    Posted: August 16th, 2016 @ 8:14PM
    IN RESPONSE TO: Saturday Random News

    This is the kind of hard hitting research we've been missing out on this past year!

    EDITED: 2016-08-15 10:28:43

    Posted: August 15th, 2016 @ 4:55AM
    IN RESPONSE TO: Saturday Random News

    Man, I really thought it was -stein at the end.

    Here's a write-up that examines the issues that RRP raises:


    Posted: August 8th, 2016 @ 8:24PM
    IN RESPONSE TO: Asian Preggers Scam

    My father-in-law in NJ works with an Chinese guy whose family did exactly this. It isn't some urban legend. The only question is how widespread is the scam and how much is it draining? I'd guess billions, but who knows.
    Posted: August 2nd, 2016 @ 12:07PM
    IN RESPONSE TO: Wednesday Random News

    Six replies in a political thread and I agree with all six! What is happening to this site?
    Posted: July 28th, 2016 @ 8:26PM
    IN RESPONSE TO: Last Week Tonight with John Oliver: Campaign Songs (HBO)

    Biv- thanks for the link, I read the article with great interest. For years I've been bothered by the lack of balance in political satire. I always chalked it up to the inherent vulnerability of stodgy institutions. This quote from the article rang true:

    One of the reasons she posits for a lack of conservative satire is that the genre has always been aimed at taking down the powerful, from the Revolutionary War through Vietnam and 9/11. “Conservatism supports institutions and satire aims to knock these institutions down a peg,” she wrote.

    As for Oliver, I'm pretty unimpressed with his show. I watched his segment on Brexit, and it was quite long on rhetoric and thin on fact. I got a few chuckles, but the humor is tempered by my knowledge that the public opinion is swayed by this kind of show.

    Posted: July 27th, 2016 @ 1:17PM
    IN RESPONSE TO: Last Week Tonight with John Oliver: Campaign Songs (HBO)

    I'm looking forward to Oliver's in depth piece on the Clinton Foundation. I'm sure that's in the works, right?
    Posted: July 27th, 2016 @ 5:49AM
    IN RESPONSE TO: Pokemon GO (Pick Team Blue)

    A couple weeks back I had the same thought RE: whither RRP? Even the hardest of hardcore true believers must get tired of having 100% of their posts laughed at. As such, I imagine RRP has gone to a more favorable forum and is now in casual lurker mode here are EN.com.

    Biv- I don't see RRP being a fan of either of the major candidates, though I bet he'd go Trump if put to the test.

    Posted: July 15th, 2016 @ 12:15PM
    IN RESPONSE TO: World Best Guitarist Ever (HOMELESS) Super Street Talent

    Really great guitar playing, but the homeless bit was a pure contrivance to encourage the video to go viral.
    Posted: July 14th, 2016 @ 7:55PM
    IN RESPONSE TO: Wow Hillary Escapes

    Biv- A couple problems with that Dilbert blog link:

    1. His idea of an 8 judge Supreme Court split along ideological lines is absurd on a number of levels. Ideology changes over time, so today's so-called "Conservative" and "Liberal" split is merely a matter of perspective (subject to shifting). Then there is the obvious problem of trying to implement this system, since there is no provision for it in the Constitution. I dunno, he started with a strong premise (credibility) but lost me on this paragraph. It was kind of an aside for him, but he devoted a good chunk of his posting to it.

    2. His conclusion that indicting Clinton necessarily would usher in a Trump presidency is flawed. I think, more than likely, it would have brought about a Biden presidency. I never thought I would have said this 8 or even 4 years ago, but Biden is preferable to either of the mainstream choices before us now.

    3. Not related to the Dilbert guy's post: I've seen some Democratic spinmeisters trying to claim that if you attack the FBI's conclusion then you are spitting in the face of law enforcement, and by extension you do not believe in the rule of law. I wonder if these people are so skilled at lying and obfuscating, that they actually believe their own bullshit?

    Posted: July 7th, 2016 @ 8:07PM
    IN RESPONSE TO: Woman Facebook live-streams her dying boyfriend seconds after he is shot four times by a cop

    Biv - I never got back to you on all the issues you brought up in the last thread. Frankly, when I considered the volume of typing I needed to do in order to adequately respond, I gave up before starting.

    As for the MN shooting, even if this was a completely justified use of force, I agree totally with your 1st and 3rd points. There's really nothing else to add to your comment.

    Based on the information so far, I am leaning toward agreeing with your 5th point as well. I highly doubt the officer woke up in the morning and decided to assassinate a citizen. It will be a question of the totality of circumstances that led the officer to pulling the trigger. I hope there was either a dashcam or a bodycam recording showing the entirety of the incident. Let the chips fall as they may based on the investigation.

    As an aside, that MN governor likes to pour gasoline on the fire. His comment about racism was totally inappropriate. It seemed like pandering of the worst sort.

    Posted: July 7th, 2016 @ 7:50PM
    IN RESPONSE TO: Wow Hillary Escapes

    I've been talking about Nixon a lot lately, Meorah. When compared to Clinton and her email scandal, Nixon seems like an honorable man and Watergate seems quaint and inconsequential. Given the exact same set of circumstances that Nixon faced, would Clinton have left office?

    "If you tell a lie big enough and keep repeating it, people will eventually come to believe it. The lie can be maintained only for such time as the State can shield the people from the political, economic and/or military consequences of the lie. It thus becomes vitally important for the State to use all of its powers to repress dissent, for the truth is the mortal enemy of the lie, and thus by extension, the truth is the greatest enemy of the State." -Joseph Goebbels


    Posted: July 7th, 2016 @ 7:35AM
    IN RESPONSE TO: 1 Second of Fame!

    Sorry to say it, but you set a pretty low threshold for fame. Light blue shirt with the fist pump?
    Posted: July 7th, 2016 @ 5:26AM

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