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It would more likely result in murder lol For the record, I'd dish you up with a plate and a note on it saying "your dinner is in the fridge and the cupboards." ;)

ouch and id say yours is ....
 

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ouch and id say yours is ....
Thing is - the equality thing, I actually agree with what you say with regards to men and women being good at different things. And you pretty much described what my daily life is like (apart form maths, I do not do maths at all EVER!).. and d'you know what? I HATE EVERY SINGLE MINUTE OF IT. Cooking, domestic life is not my forte.
 

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I'll even go so far as to say I ****ing hate all this feminism/equality bull**** .. but that's a discussion for elsewhere. I don't want to take over your AMA :D


Sooo......

Say I didn't decide to murder you for demanding I cook you food and was feeling nice.. what would your perfect meal be?
 

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In general ..

women are better:
multi-taskers
care givers
soothers
love is natural (have to be taught respect)
talk when nervous
teachers
listeners
self hygiene
nest builders
nurses
barbers/hair
bartenders
stripers

men are better:
strength
intelligence
problem solving
leaders
loyalty
respect is natural (have to be taught love)
Quiet when nervous
suppliers
laborers
soldiers
navigators

IN GENERAL! There are exceptions!
 
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Apple

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Good woman, LIsa! (on the note thing). :D

A woman becomes good at whatever she strives to be good at. I'm definitely not the stay at home house-wifey type. There are some jobs that are physically impossible for most women due to strength differences. I recognise that and I disagree with militant feminists (feminazis). That doesn't mean that I don't identify with real feminism. There actually is a distinct difference between the two. But we are all human beings with the same aptitude for intelligence regardless of plumbing. We do deserve to be treated equally as human beings and allowed the same chances in life regardless of what part of the world you live in. That's just common sense.

Just want to point out that there are more male chefs than female though. Goes to show that a man's stomach really can teach him how to cook if he has to. :p
 

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Just want to point out that there are more male chefs than female though. Goes to show that a man's stomach really can teach him how to cook if he has to. :p
Heh I was actually just about to post that. Most of the best chefs are male.

I recognise that and I disagree with militant feminists (feminazis). That doesn't mean that I don't identify with real feminism.
The current "feminism" that's being bandied about is definitely what I'd refer to as Feminazi's.... that's not true feminism, it's mostly just an excuse to hate on men. I like men lol They're fun to irritate.
 

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I'll even go so far as to say I ****ing hate all this feminism/equality bull**** .. but that's a discussion for elsewhere. I don't want to take over your AMA :D


Sooo......

Say I didn't decide to murder you for demanding I cook you food and was feeling nice.. what would your perfect meal be?

One made by someone who loves you and Genuinely cares that you are not going hungry

As for my last meal

appetizer
Wedge Salad


Entrée
20oz Sirloin (med+)
Shrimp Scampi

sides
Steak Fries
Baked mac and cheese
Home made bread
Unsweet Tea (crushed ice)

desert
Peanut Butter Fudge
Chocolate Nobake cookie
apricot pie
 

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One made by someone who loves you and Genuinely cares that you are not going hungry

As for my last meal

appetizer
Wedge Salad


Entrée
20oz Sirloin (med+)
Shrimp Scampi

sides
Steak Fries
Baked mac and cheese
Home made bread
Unsweet Tea (crushed ice)

desert
Peanut Butter Fudge
Chocolate Nobake cookie
apricot pie
Holy ****.. where would you put it all? You'll need a crane to lift you after all that lol
 

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The current "feminism" that's being bandied about is definitely what I'd refer to as Feminazi's.... that's not true feminism, it's mostly just an excuse to hate on men. I like men lol They're fun to irritate.
Oh hell yes! LOL!

I used to play a MMO where I was actually the leader of the server's top clan. That gave me some level of fame on the server. My friend, who was much worse than me, and I used to go in the world chat and rile up the guys. Playing battle of wits against them. We'd always win, naturally. This one time, this guy's wife gets on his computer. "So, why was my husband spitting on his computer screen and then then stormed out the door in rage?" We filled her in. Then gave her pointers on how to wind him up in future. That's what he got for getting his wife to fight his battles for him. :ROFLMAO:
 

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Holy ****.. where would you put it all? You'll need a crane to lift you after all that lol

Im a grown man 6’ tall 210 lbs

if you made me a pb&j id be happy :)
 
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PoetJC

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I quickly learned Facebook was king and I only develop communities that are outside the community standards for Facebook.
This statement is highly intriguing to me. I *believe* I've done the same thing with my newest project. And I *believe* it's what will help make my community a success, even as the struggle to build the memberbase is just beginning.

And I wonder ... In developing your militia site fixer - Did you gather your initial memberbase through FB? I know you've posted some insightful stuff about FB advert campaigns and boosting page posts... Can you give a brief how-to on what you did to get your first 200 members registered and actively posted on your forum please?

Also... Considering the militia niche, its targeted audience & your political leanings ... I wonder ... Would you welcome a forum specifically built to be a support system for transgender people, our family, our friends & our allies to be submitted to your https://www.forumregister.com/ site?

J.
 

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Colt 1911 no doubt, nothing is close.

It has seen service in World War I, Mexico, Haiti, Nicaragua, the Dominican Republic (twice), Lebanon, World War II, the Korean War, Vietnam, Iran, Grenada, Panama, the Gulf War, the Iraq War and Afghanistan. It has chased bad men from Pancho Villa to Osama Bin Laden.

the 1911 .45 Auto caliber was debuted in a time when Trench Warfare was common ... smaller side arms would wound charging enemy soldiers (who had rifles with bayonets) they would fall forwards into the trenches and still stab you (even tho they were dead) ... however with the 1911 when you shot a charging enemy soldier it blew them off their feet backward and the bodies would stack up creating defense reinforcements as well as keeping dead bodies out of the trenches and you from getting stabbed by a dead man's bayonet.

Colt 1911 the absolute, quintessential, class of it's own, ONE BAD M'FER, The Reason why COCKED AND LOCKED is even a thing...

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(I own 3)

I love this weapon too. My dream is to have one (but in Brazil is very very hard to find, so we have to import, and importation around here is $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$).

But i can't get over a old fashioned revolver like this:

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In terms of reliability, safety, power, you just have to push the trigger and another bullet comes in.

So, in your opinion, since you worked with all major Forum software, what is the best one?

I'm trying to build a company like your Forum hobbie practice (setting up communication systems for companies here in Brazil), what are the tips that you have for me? Specially for the beginning?
 

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all sites are welcome on the register, i can even create a category for it if you cannot find a place .. let me know

as for my first members , spamming my url in ilk groups was my method , now as facebooks standards narrow more and more...my niche become outcasts and i'm standing at the door holding a welcome sign... providing them a service.

maybe someday facebook will push all my niche out and i’ll be ready
 
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fixer

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I love this weapon too. My dream is to have one (but in Brazil is very very hard to find, so we have to import, and importation around here is $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$).

But i can't get over a old fashioned revolver like this:

Factory-configuration.jpg


In terms of reliability, safety, power, you just have to push the trigger and another bullet comes in.

So, in your opinion, since you worked with all major Forum software, what is the best one?

I'm trying to build a company like your Forum hobbie practice (setting up communication systems for companies here in Brazil), what are the tips that you have for me? Specially for the beginning?

There is only one dependable and professional forum software solution and that is invision community, as with most things in our world you get what you pay for and if you want confidence inspiring innovation and sustainability use code SWITCH25 for $25 off.

Other popular forum softwares are “unstable” they either have very small dev teams or dev teams that are lacking innovation or ability some even rely on third party's to provide (seldom compatible) core functionalities which can leave you in a situation of where you cannot update without gutting the site. *ahem
 

PoetJC

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all sites are welcome on the register, i can even create a category for it if you cannot find a place .. let me know
LOL. The topic of transgender is not so far out there that you need to create a new category.
My forum is billed as "an info hub, safe haven & support system for transgender people, our family, our friends & our allies."
Some would say it's exactly about "Health and Wellbeing" or "Science and Education" or "Society and Culture"
It's all of those really. And though some might roleplay -- and depending on your perspective, being trans is roleplay LOL -- I wouldn't think the roleplay section would be appropriate LOL. Thanks.

as for my first members , spamming my url in ilk groups was my method , now as facebooks standards narrow more and more...my niche become outcasts and i'm standing at the door holding a welcome sign... providing them a service.

maybe someday facebook will push all my niche out and i’ll be ready
Interesting. Because I know recently a lot of the transgender groups I belong to on Facebook have said that FB had been receiving an abundance of complaints about their groups and some groups had been summarily shut down without notice for no reason at all really, other than to assuage some haters. IDK...

But if this happens more and more often - then I'm thinking my TSSN project may offer that same sort of welcome sign as your militia site did.
In fact - the welcome sign is already out:
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Anyway - thanks for the info drop.

J.
 
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