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Re: "I am Generation Y"
« Reply #4050 on: March 04, 2017, 09:10:33 AM »
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For 28-year-old Andie, who chooses not to identify as a specific gender (and uses the pronoun they), the choice stems from something stronger. "My mother was a really violent person and I was excommunicated from her at a young age," says Andie. "I'm scared of having kids and turning into her, because motherhood was quite a cruel thing for me. I wouldn't want my kids to go through the same experience."

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"People judge you," they explains. "I've been back to hospital, unrelated to my procedure, and female doctors have lectured me on something I've already had done."

"lectured me", lol. why is it all these people think that the rest of the world genuinely cares enough about their life to want to take the time to condescend to them about it out of some interest?

i'm more than willing to bet that these 'lectures' were the doctors making sure their patient was fully informed of possible consequences and complications, shared their experience with other patients who went through similar procedures, and whatever else was necessary to cover their asses so that they couldn't get sued for malpractice in seven years when she regrets the decision

Remember, these are the same people who think that doctors telling them that getting under 500 pounds is the equivalent of getting thrown into the camps.






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« Reply #4051 on: March 04, 2017, 10:16:14 AM »
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Where do these people come from? Why do they think every doctor keeps telling them the same thing?

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« Reply #4052 on: March 07, 2017, 11:04:01 AM »
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My sister is one of those people. She gets pissy when they tell her that being about 400lbs is bad for her and that's why she has back problems and shit. HAES,talks about fat shaming and all that bullshit. No you're not healthy at that weight,they're telling you that because it's going to kill you but you won't stop eating your feelings.

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« Reply #4053 on: March 10, 2017, 10:19:59 PM »
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Re: "I am Generation Y"
« Reply #4054 on: March 28, 2017, 08:59:59 PM »
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Re: "I am Generation Y"
« Reply #4055 on: April 10, 2017, 08:18:23 PM »
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http://www.wwtdd.com/2017/04/millennial-couples-have-started-voluntarily-uploading-their-sex-videos-online

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Millennial Couples Have Started Voluntarily Uploading Their Sex Videos Online

Gone are the days of trying to hack your roommate’s iCloud account in order to access their hot girlfriend’s homemade porn stash. It turns out it’s 2017 and couples are actually voluntarily uploading these videos online themselves. Which makes things pretty fucking convenient for the rest of us.

The vehicle for this radical new wave of sexual generosity is sex sharing platform Lustery. Having just launched at the beginning of this year, it already boasts a community over 40,000 strong and shows no sign of going away anytime soon.

When logging in to Lustery, it is clear that this isn’t your average porn site. Proclaimed as "The Home of Self Filmed Passion", it is clean, intuitive and modern, with an emphasis on genuine passion and realness (no fake orgasms here).

The videos, which are all self-submitted by the community members themselves, have an undeniably sexy authenticity that is nigh on impossible to find elsewhere. Each one starts with the couples sitting down to introduce themselves, recounting stories about how they met, their relationship, their sex life and just about anything else that they feel inclined to share. Pretty cute, huh?

On top of all this, each couple is given their own Facebook-esque profile, which as well as enabling your prowling to be taken to whole new Olympic levels, is pretty handy when narrowing down your fapping material of choice.

I know. I know what you’re thinking; who in their right mind would actually submit a video? Well, it would appear Netflix and chill just isn’t cutting it for the modern day couples anymore - there’s been over 75 approved video submissions in the first few months alone. Maybe you’re just a boring old fuck after all. A new wave of porn is here, and it’s time we all gave it the one handed applause it might just deserve.




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Re: "I am Generation Y"
« Reply #4056 on: April 10, 2017, 10:06:47 PM »
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Two years later "why can't I find a job?"

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« Reply #4057 on: April 10, 2017, 10:47:17 PM »
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They both have faces for those destined to toil at the lower echelons of society.


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Re: "I am Generation Y"
« Reply #4058 on: April 10, 2017, 11:32:02 PM »
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We have a little sister, and she hath no breasts: what shall we do for our sister in the day when she shall be spoken for?

If she be a wall, we will build upon her a palace of silver: and if she be a door, we will inclose her with boards of cedar.
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Re: "I am Generation Y"
« Reply #4059 on: April 17, 2017, 10:16:57 AM »
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https://www.inc.com/suzanne-lucas/20-embarrassing-things-to-never-say-in-a-job-interview.html

I cannot believe this list is necessary. Can any of you who interview these idiots please confirm!?

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We all have to do job interviews--either as the candidate or as the boss interviewing candidates. (We've all been the candidate at one time or another, regardless of where we sit now.) Lots of different topics come up in job interviews, and conversations go all over the place, but there are 20 words and phrases that should never, ever, come out of your mouth.

1. Retarded. You may have grown up in the era where saying, "That's so retarded" simply meant something was silly or dumb. For instance, "Mom says I can't go to the prom because I failed chemistry. That's so retarded." Ban this word from not only your job interview vocabulary but your everyday vocabulary. It's not acceptable. Say what you really mean instead. For instance, "Mom says I can't go to the prom because I failed chemistry. That's great parenting!"

2. Almost. "I almost got promoted." This means you did not get promoted. While almost is a great word for many things, in a job interview, talking about what you "almost" did takes away from what you did do. Focus on actual accomplishments, not things you almost did.

3. I know more than you. So what if you do know more than the interviewer, you look like a pompous jerk if you use this phrase, or the similar, "I'm smarter than you are." Demonstrate your abilities by answering questions correctly. If you're smarter than the interviewers, they'll figure that out on their own. Additional hint: If you're a new grad, no matter that you got straight As, your interviewer still knows more than you.

4. Gay. Like No. 1 above, you may be in the habit of saying something is "gay." No. Things have no sexual orientation, and if you want to go old school on a definition, things aren't happy either. And even if you are speaking of sexual orientation, this isn't an appropriate topic of conversation in a job interview. You're there to talk about your achievements. Straight shouldn't come up either. It's just not relevant.

5. I'm a single mom so... I've heard this one a lot. People say it in order to emphasize how much they need the job and to try to get the hiring manager to be compassionate. But this is the wrong emphasis. You should be focusing on how you'll help the company out. Everyone needs money. You're no exception.

6. Irregardless. Even though the Oxford English Dictionary is willing to concede it's a legitimate word, you still shouldn't use it. The word you want is regardless. Always.

7. Stuff. What did you do in your last job? "Stuff." "I worked with clients and stuff." Ban that. You never did "stuff." Actually tell them what you did.

8. In high school... Unless you are still in high school or are under 21, no one cares about high school. You look rather pathetic if you are referring back to your teen years. If an interviewer asks about high school, by all means answer, but otherwise, that door is closed.

9. My parents (family, spouse)... Granted, if you're trying to get a political job and your last name is Kennedy, Bush, or Clinton, milk those family connections. Everyone else, knock it off. Your interviewer should not care one whit what your parents accomplished. The interview is about you and your accomplishments.

10. Can I have some feedback? While feedback is great, the job interview is not the place to ask for it. If you don't get hired, you can ask for feedback, but not before. Don't be shocked, though, if they don't give it. Most places won't.

11. Whatever. What type of career path are you looking for? "Whatever." How do you feel about working weekends? "Whatever." Not a proper answer. Answer the question. This isn't a time to be polite and defer to what the interviewer likes. It's a time to shine through. Even, "What would you like to drink?" has a better answer than whatever. (And if you're in the office, limit your answer to coffee, tea, or water. Asking for a soda in an office seems pushy and they may not have it. Almost every office will have the other three things.)

12. Pregnant. So, your interviewer looks like she's eight months pregnant. Don't congratulate her. Don't ask if it's a boy or a girl. Just don't. She'll bring it up if she wants to. Likewise, it's illegal to consider your pregnancy in a job interview, so you don't have to tell an interviewer that you're pregnant. You can discuss your impending bundle of joy during the negotiation phase.

13. Are you married? Or any other personal question. If your interviewer wants to talk about her family life, she'll bring it up. Rings, or the lack thereof, mean nothing. Don't ask. You can talk about your own family life only if you are discussing whether or not you're willing to relocate, because that involves the whole family.

14. Drunk, high, stoned, wasted, etc. No, just no. Remember, this isn't high school and we don't brag about these things. They make you look stupid.

15. &*(!!! Bad words should not appear in a job interview. Even if the hiring manager swears up a storm, it's not a good idea. Show your language skills by using actual words to describe your feelings and situations.

16. I don't have any weaknesses/I'm a perfectionist. Stop it. Just stop it. You do have weaknesses, and one of them is lying in job interviews. Perfectionism is a real problem, but most people who say that are just trying to suck up. We know this.

17. Nothing. If you've been unemployed for a while, the interviewer will ask, "What have you been doing?" The correct answer is never, "Nothing." And even if it's true that all you have been doing is binge watching Netflix, sign up with Khan Academy and learn something. Then you can truthfully answer that you've learned a new skill.

18. I'm the top candidate. You don't know that unless you've personally vetted the other candidates. Since you haven't, don't say that. Even if your résumé is a perfect match for the job description, there may be another candidate whose résumé is also a perfect match, plus that person can do five things you can't. This phrase just makes you look naive and arrogant.

19. Boring. I don't care how boring your old job was, don't use this word. It's the kiss of death. You can say you're looking for new challenges now, but not that you were bored by your last job.

20. Not my fault. I totally get that things happen that aren't your fault. Sometimes bad things happen. But when you're in a job interview, a candidate who says, "I was fired, but it wasn't my fault" immediately sends up red flags. It makes you look defensive. Even if it wasn't your fault, using that phrase is not helpful. Try explaining what happened instead.
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Re: "I am Generation Y"
« Reply #4060 on: April 17, 2017, 04:16:00 PM »
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16. I don't have any weaknesses/I'm a perfectionist. Stop it. Just stop it. You do have weaknesses, and one of them is lying in job interviews. Perfectionism is a real problem, but most people who say that are just trying to suck up. We know this.

It's a fuckin HUGE problem. "I'm a profectionist" = "I'm a cunt who gets distracted by prettyful color-coordinated sticky notes, font selection, desk cleanliness and a bunch of other fuckshit that's a complete waste of time."

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Re: "I am Generation Y"
« Reply #4061 on: April 17, 2017, 05:38:27 PM »
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Three points:

1) Don't bring up being a single mother because its a huge red flag that you're going to take a lot of days off for family emergencies.
2) "What are your flaws?" questions are retarded because they don't test truthfulness, but the ability to tell a believable lie that doesn't make you look too bad. 
3) I don't believe for a second that people still use the term "gay" during job interviews.  Not even in 2015 when this article was written.

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Re: "I am Generation Y"
« Reply #4062 on: April 17, 2017, 06:49:22 PM »
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http://www.wwtdd.com/2017/04/millennial-couples-have-started-voluntarily-uploading-their-sex-videos-online

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Millennial Couples Have Started Voluntarily Uploading Their Sex Videos Online

Gone are the days of trying to hack your roommate’s iCloud account in order to access their hot girlfriend’s homemade porn stash. It turns out it’s 2017 and couples are actually voluntarily uploading these videos online themselves. Which makes things pretty fucking convenient for the rest of us.

The vehicle for this radical new wave of sexual generosity is sex sharing platform Lustery. Having just launched at the beginning of this year, it already boasts a community over 40,000 strong and shows no sign of going away anytime soon.

When logging in to Lustery, it is clear that this isn’t your average porn site. Proclaimed as "The Home of Self Filmed Passion", it is clean, intuitive and modern, with an emphasis on genuine passion and realness (no fake orgasms here).

The videos, which are all self-submitted by the community members themselves, have an undeniably sexy authenticity that is nigh on impossible to find elsewhere. Each one starts with the couples sitting down to introduce themselves, recounting stories about how they met, their relationship, their sex life and just about anything else that they feel inclined to share. Pretty cute, huh?

On top of all this, each couple is given their own Facebook-esque profile, which as well as enabling your prowling to be taken to whole new Olympic levels, is pretty handy when narrowing down your fapping material of choice.

I know. I know what you’re thinking; who in their right mind would actually submit a video? Well, it would appear Netflix and chill just isn’t cutting it for the modern day couples anymore - there’s been over 75 approved video submissions in the first few months alone. Maybe you’re just a boring old fuck after all. A new wave of porn is here, and it’s time we all gave it the one handed applause it might just deserve.




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Re: "I am Generation Y"
« Reply #4063 on: April 17, 2017, 11:22:58 PM »
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https://www.inc.com/suzanne-lucas/20-embarrassing-things-to-never-say-in-a-job-interview.html

I cannot believe this list is necessary. Can any of you who interview these idiots please confirm!?

Given some of the 20 things in the article, like being a single mother and cussing during a job interview, I doubt that these people are applying for prestigious positions or probably anything that pays more than $10 an hour.  With minimum wage jobs or any other kind of job that pays like shit, you get what you pay for.

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Re: "I am Generation Y"
« Reply #4064 on: April 18, 2017, 03:42:08 AM »
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2) "What are your flaws?" questions are retarded because they don't test truthfulness, but the ability to tell a believable lie that doesn't make you look too bad. 

I don't disagree with this, but if you are very good at selling yourself, you can use this an opportunity to stand out from the rest of the crowd. Be honest about your weaknesses and demonstrate how you can be beneficial to the employer regardless of any negative traits or circumstances.
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Re: "I am Generation Y"
« Reply #4065 on: April 18, 2017, 05:09:06 AM »
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Three points:

1) Don't bring up being a single mother because its a huge red flag that you're going to take a lot of days off for family emergencies.
2) "What are your flaws?" questions are retarded because they don't test truthfulness, but the ability to tell a believable lie that doesn't make you look too bad. 
3) I don't believe for a second that people still use the term "gay" during job interviews.  Not even in 2015 when this article was written.

The correct way to answer the "what are your flaws/weaknesses" from anyone who isn't senior management or above is to thank them for their time and walk out. This question means their interview process is shitty, and they aren't able to ask non-bullshit questions to work out if you're a good fit for the position or not. Senior Management live in world comprised of utter retarded bullshit, so you just have excuse their ignorance, check your privilege, and fire some 6-sigma synergistic meaningless verbal diarrhea back so they can check an action box on their leadership grid to complete a sprint.

Now, obviously the correct answer will likely not result in a job, so if you actually do need the one you're interviewing for (how quaint) regardless of how completely fucked their screening process is, the correct way to answer this with skill gaps in job related processes, and while you're answering address how you are compensating. For example "One of my biggest weaknesses is putting together time-wasting powerpoints for meetings. But i've been working to improve, and in my last presentation i had 3 title slides for the different sections, and prattled on over 8 minutes each, summarizing what I was just about to say".
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Re: "I am Generation Y"
« Reply #4066 on: April 18, 2017, 12:55:37 PM »
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I have an already devised answer for the "What are your flaws" question but i forgot where I put it. The only time I was asked it was by an indian HR woman who was reading off a sheet of paper that looked like it was printed out from the first website listing after you type in "job interview questions" into google.

She had a very hard to understand accent and used rehearsed buzzwords like Supreme Technology.

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Re: &quot;I am Generation Y&quot;
« Reply #4067 on: April 18, 2017, 01:50:38 PM »
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Having a crappy interview process is a black mark against the company and a reason to ask some pointed questions about their HR processes (esp. promotions and the like), but by no means an instant-walk-out dealbreaker.

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« Reply #4068 on: April 18, 2017, 03:38:07 PM »
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I've gone to a job interview where this fat as hell interviewer showed up drunk/hungover(he was so fat that the floor vibrated when he walked). He was mumbling me questions and was looking off to the side with his head in his hands, he never once made eye contact with me. After a few slurred questions he was impressed with everything because I knew what Siggraph was.

I later look up on indeed and someone else wrote up that the same fat guy who interviewed them came in stinking drunk. The date on the one star review was 2014 so that fat drunk dude has been at this for years and was never fired over coming to work and not being sober.
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« Reply #4069 on: April 18, 2017, 04:13:10 PM »
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I have an already devised answer for the "What are your flaws" question but i forgot where I put it. The only time I was asked it was by an indian HR woman who was reading off a sheet of paper that looked like it was printed out from the first website listing after you type in "job interview questions" into google.

She had a very hard to understand accent and used rehearsed buzzwords like Supreme Technology.
I've had phone interviews from h1n1s (h1b, whatever... I'm not fixing that, because they're all swine), and it's like they're running on a script. If you ask them a question or trip them up with an unconventional or unexpected answer, they get confused. There are some jobs that should never be outsourced to people who are not native English speakers.

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« Reply #4070 on: April 18, 2017, 06:02:09 PM »
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I agree with the general sentiment that retarded interview questions are an ominous sign that you have applied at a deeply compromised poz-hole.  With that said, if you need a job then just about any job is a good one, so do whatever it takes to get an offer.

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« Reply #4071 on: April 26, 2017, 03:05:38 AM »
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http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-4443102/Happily-married-couple-pan-marry-girlfriend.html


Left to right: Son Isaiah, 11, daughter Brianna, six, mother Cristina, 31,  Sierra, daughter Rebecca, seven, and dad Benno, 37, in bed at home in Austin. Cristina and Benno are planning to divorce so that one of them can marry Sierra - giving her legal rights to the three children

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« Reply #4072 on: April 26, 2017, 06:46:20 AM »
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« Reply #4073 on: April 26, 2017, 05:44:11 PM »
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I hope those kids become goose stepping Nazi's and throw their shitty parents into the oven.


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« Reply #4074 on: April 27, 2017, 10:35:29 PM »
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This is ongoing, and will probably get better, but the FyreFestival is happening right now. If you somehow missed it: https://fyrefestival.com/

With transportation there, minimum ticket was around $1500, sold packages of $11,000. The music line up is atrocious, but gotta live wild and free right? Well, guess what it's not working out somehow.



That's the VIP suite. It might feel like you've seen them before, and that's because you have. They're FEMA tents.



Here's the inside:


That's not all. It's supposed to rain all weekend there, and logistics haven't worked out too well.



Here's the food they were given.



One plane is even stranded (bonus white girl going "omg" clip).

In the time I put this post together, they cancelled the festival and are flying people back. Good luck getting those refunds.
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