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Bill Brasky

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« Reply #270 on: May 13, 2009, 01:49:49 PM »


*I almost never meet little boys I like, its always girls.  Little boys are spazmodic retards.


being the father of 2) girls, methinks your observations may be biased....
i have 1) boy, and the neighbors have 2) girls, 1) boy.
1 daughter is my boy's good friend...the other girl is a little, pain-in-the-ass, princess.
parents we talk to that have had boys & girls, say boys are so much easier to raise...
i dunno. i'm biased, i suppose, having only 1 boy.
but he was never allowed, as spoiled as he may be, to be a little, undisciplined cretin. a regular, please n' thank you, well-mannered kid.

I don't doubt it. 

Its an "on the whole" observation. 

I think what warps boys is the toys they're given, their parents/role models, and television. 

I think what warps girls is their parents/role models, and television.  Girls toys are basically idiot-free, and their television programming is not as violent. 

Since any sexed kid can be born into a "good", "bad" or "indifferent" household, and the toys and television programming are the only differences between their formative, learning period, the bad and indifferent households churn out the kids who are left alone (to varying degrees) to absorb the fucking garbage that is marketed on their levels...  I think its statistically more likely the number of children raised without fighting and killing mixed into their play and fantasy will be more prone to reason. 

There are lots of other factors, but it is a significant influence.  I'm not an avid proponent of the "NO WAR TOYS" argument, but lets just say if I had to raise a boy starting now, he would not have war toys as a young child.  I wouldn't be vocal about it, I'd just steer him in other directions - and the television would stay off a lot

The only child thats easy to raise is the one you leave alone to raise itself. 





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Re: Brag Here
« Reply #271 on: May 13, 2009, 07:41:42 PM »



I don't doubt it. 

Its an "on the whole" observation. 

I think what warps boys is the toys they're given, their parents/role models, and television. 

I think what warps girls is their parents/role models, and television.  Girls toys are basically idiot-free, and their television programming is not as violent. 

Since any sexed kid can be born into a "good", "bad" or "indifferent" household, and the toys and television programming are the only differences between their formative, learning period, the bad and indifferent households churn out the kids who are left alone (to varying degrees) to absorb the fucking garbage that is marketed on their levels...  I think its statistically more likely the number of children raised without fighting and killing mixed into their play and fantasy will be more prone to reason. 

There are lots of other factors, but it is a significant influence.  I'm not an avid proponent of the "NO WAR TOYS" argument, but lets just say if I had to raise a boy starting now, he would not have war toys as a young child.  I wouldn't be vocal about it, I'd just steer him in other directions - and the television would stay off a lot

The only child thats easy to raise is the one you leave alone to raise itself. 


very true.
my kid isn't into gun toys, etc...only cuz he's not interested.
we've steered him toward drawing (i was deemed proficient, poss. still) & building/creating.
as much as  i swear at the lego people (usually after stepping on the hard, sharp-edged motherfuckers, in the middle of the night + barefooted), the creativity they have inspired, is fantastic.
he's gonna be a gearhead, fix-it, artistic person, i have no doubt.
loves to help dad build stuff.
we've just gotten into model-building.
used to be a fav. of mine, as a teen...model cars & warplanes/ships..
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« Reply #272 on: July 20, 2011, 07:44:24 AM »

Of all the chicks I ever fucked only 2 didn't cum.
Of those, 3 claimed it was the first time.
I can claim three back door virginities.
Batting 100% on those.

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« Reply #273 on: July 20, 2011, 08:02:05 AM »


*I almost never meet little boys I like, its always girls.  Little boys are spazmodic retards.


being the father of 2) girls, methinks your observations may be biased....
i have 1) boy, and the neighbors have 2) girls, 1) boy.
1 daughter is my boy's good friend...the other girl is a little, pain-in-the-ass, princess.
parents we talk to that have had boys & girls, say boys are so much easier to raise...
i dunno. i'm biased, i suppose, having only 1 boy.
but he was never allowed, as spoiled as he may be, to be a little, undisciplined cretin. a regular, please n' thank you, well-mannered kid.

IMHO It is a crapshoot. I have a Uncompromising honest style of child rearing and have no problems worth mentioning. Two of my kids have ADHD that seems to disappear whenever I am around. One is a boy the other is a girl. My teenage daughter is less trouble then I feared she would be. She has a job and boyfriend at 17.

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Re: Brag Here
« Reply #274 on: July 20, 2011, 09:51:43 AM »

Heres the diff....

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