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  1. I'm sure this is the normal set and they just wheeled in a wall to get this shot, but I get what you mean.

  2. Yeah technically the camera is hovering just off the 19th floor of Elliot Bay Towers like it’s Chopper Dave.

  3. In the book "why does he do that" inside the mind of angry and controling men by lundy bancroft there is an example of this. An abusive man "mistakenly" breaking their partner stuff everytime they get drunk. I'm not saying your partner is abusive but, is he only breaking your stuff?

  4. And zero apologies! When I break things accidentally, I feel SO terrible! If it’s not mine, I apologize, and try to have it repaired or replaced at my expense, if possible!

  5. Break his most precious possession, shrug, and THEN leave him for good.

  6. Yeah but if the president could change things on a state level we’d have a lot less of the problems that currently exist.

  7. Honestly for a general subject interest I’d recommend checking out college or university bookstores for their textbooks for first-year introductory courses. They’ll break things down and be a general guide to concepts and terminology and schools of thought and that can be a great jumping off point to find further reading lists in the works the textbooks have cited.

  8. Reminds me of a classmate I had in middle school who insisted she was failing because the teacher “was a bitch who hated her.”

  9. A lot of deadbeats hiding behind that old lie pretending like the WOULD be very involved dads but it’s never their fault that they aren’t. And they probably genuinely believe they were good dads, before, because they didn’t physically abuse their kids. They never factor in how much time they spend ignoring their kids or handing the kids off to mom when their care needs aren’t something he feels like dealing with. So when court time comes and Mom easily proves she already did the majority of actual WORK to care for the kids, these deadbeats think “but they love it when I bought them ice cream right before dinner!” should count in their favour. And when they do get any custody they’re pretty quick to get a girlfriend or their own mom to “help”.

  10. As a person who works in family law and sees this kind of thing everyday, no, Frasier is not a bad dad. Given the circumstances of Boston, it’s reasonable to see why he would move elsewhere. Not only was Seattle a place to have an apparently good paying job at but also his home.

  11. Also where Niles and Martin are, and no doubt by bettering his relationship with both of them he’s able to be a better dad by reflecting on his own childhood and growth experiences with his brother and father.

  12. Mr. Malcolm’s List is the closest thing we’ve got to Bridgerton for diverse casting and unabashed romance AND a solid scoop of Shenanigans and gentle humour.

  13. FOR REAL! A 24 year year old man child preying on freshman teenagers and trying to get them to join his free love sex cult sounds like a terrible movie plot!!

  14. A dash of curry powder in the broth and a spoonful of chutney at the end is my new favourite thing for ramen.

  15. “If you can’t dazzle them with brilliance, baffle them with bullshit.” - that guy

  16. Interesting, so is it something about being super intelligent or creative that leads people to this ...ummm, breakway from social programming?

  17. The less one cares for convention the more one learns to go with the flow of their own instincts.

  18. Takes two seconds to find videos showing how water depth (as in…more water…) makes colors look different. It’s cool. Dunno how that isn’t common knowledge

  19. Where I live the water is pretty blue/grey from far enough away (the shore or further) but if you’re on the edge or on a boat looking down, it’s definitely green-to-black.

  20. I want to see that show now

  21. It’s available to stream on Acorn TV, and I think they offer a 30 day free trial, and the whole show is 18 x 45 minute episodes, so could be watched in a month pretty easily. Another option if you have a VPN is to watch it on CBC Gem for no charge. (But with ads if you haven’t got an ad blocker. CBC Gem may offer “Premium” account with no ads but if you’ve got an ad block a free account to watch with is fine.)

  22. Yeah, it’s got such a lovely well-rounded approach to enjoying sex at all ages, and lets it be sweet and kinda goofy for everybody*, even the younger couples.

  23. Ya the new bike lanes on tillicum are a great example. Appears out of nowhere across the bridge then disappears at tillicum mall.

  24. I saw some cyclists commenting that they’d used quieter parallel roads along that route and they’d probably continue to do so—like why go amidst the traffic on Tillicum if you don’t HAVE to? An extra minute to bike one block over to a road with way fewer cars is fine.

  25. In an alternate reality where they were both into BDSM and had previously discussed and consented to this type of thing, it would make sense - the "rape" and hitting would be part of of a scene, and then aftercare is a normal part of BDSM sex. But that's not this. At all.

  26. Prior respectful discussion and consent is the important difference between A Fun Time and A Fucking Crime.

  27. No! He absolutely DOES NOT represent the BDSM community that I belong to! This is just down right scary since this is NOT the type of relationship that has been discussed prior.

  28. Wouldn’t I love for him to try this on some sweet frail innocent-looking tiny gal only for her to be like “ummm actually I’m a responsible dominatrix and here’s everything you just did wrong…”

  29. The fact that he's already putting it on her plate to do all the research tells me he wouldn't be doing any of the actual work either. It would all be on the wife

  30. It’s so easy for him to say he’d do the same for her parents as what he’s asking of her but something tells me he wouldn’t happily step up to help his FIL shower and shit and dress and eat, all day every day. (Regular bowel care is vital for many disabled people…get used to giving suppositories and enemas!)

  31. Pee, yes. Pooping requires more effort and if the muscles stop working, it can be very hard to get them going, and the balance of diet/fibre and hydration can be tricky to get right, so timing and amounts of stool need to be tracked so that intervention can happen as necessary with laxatives, enemas or supps. And those aren’t even the trickiest options…a relative of mine had a disabled client who required digital stimulation to help clear his colon. (Finger up the booty.)

  32. You could take a look at a traditional Passover meal. That would give you a fairly good idea about what was being eaten by Moses and his homeboys, that is once they got out of the desert.... Bread would have been "Mana" which was collected by the Tribes of Judea as they spent their 40 years in the desert following Moses.

  33. Jethro wasn’t a part of Hebrew culture, though. He wouldn’t necessarily be serving the food of Moses’ people in his own home, though doubtless ingredients and recipes were similar in the general region.

  34. Cowboys were usually a group of dudes that spent months together with no women around. I suspect there was a surprising amount of fucking.

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