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snorks February 25, 2024

I don't get it, but if it works for you that's great. 

I have a couple of friends like this, though they lean into it a little more I guess (don't want to put too much detail). 
Again, they're happy, so I'm happy for them. 

snorks February 22, 2024

@simple simon it certainly is in pop culture. 

People are just looking for reasons to not like the guy. 

snorks February 22, 2024

@little lucy yes, but cooking it allows you to absorb more of those nutrients. 

No point having nutrients if they never get into your body. 

snorks February 21, 2024

Being an island is in our national anthem, it's a pretty big thing about Australia. 

Some of our famous songs comment that we are in the south. Great Southern Land, Down Under. 
It's not like him saying this is unusual. 

snorks February 19, 2024

@simple simon we do indeed ;)

But some things you can't change, or don't need changing. No matter what I do I'm always going to be tall. But I don't spend any time of clothes or hair, beyond the bare minimum. 

snorks February 19, 2024

@simple simon one relates to traits they were born with (height, facial features), the other relates to things they can change (hair, clothes). 

Oversimplification, but that's how I see it. 
Plus, the questions are designed to get different responses. There's about a 9% difference between the two. 

snorks February 16, 2024

@gu3st not really. Ultimately it distils to too many deaths. 

Could you honestly claim a win if all gun deaths turned into knife deaths?

snorks February 16, 2024

@gu3st I'm not saying it's a good thing. I'm just saying it's been massively over reacted too. 


Maybe they'll look at it and see someone lashing out in a moment of extreme pressure and two men handling it correctly?

snorks February 16, 2024

@andra if you're going to say that medical professionals don't care for women you're going to get some push back. 

snorks February 15, 2024

@laurenella based on one incident, in which both parties have said there was nothing to it, and singing a song when prompted by an interviewer?

Sure glad the kids who benefit from his foundation don't see him that way. 

snorks February 15, 2024

I put a smart device in each of my kids rooms. I can broadcast on them if I want to say something. 


There's something a little off about having a bell summoning someone, but, whatever works for you. 

snorks February 15, 2024

@sarahjp that's certainly possible. 

snorks February 15, 2024

@gu3st I'm just answering your points. 

And you're trying to reduce a very complicated problem into a one line answer. 
Much of the gun violence, and mass killings, are around a few very small areas, geographically and population wise. We don't hear about them individually because they don't fit the narrative people want. 

snorks February 14, 2024

@ican'tthinkofone how are they different to normal jails?

snorks February 14, 2024

@laurajane1 it literally says 'unlike other pregnancy and birth medical professionals ' 

snorks February 14, 2024

@gu3st the US doesn't top that list for either greatest number or highest rate. It happens in other countries all the time. 


It's a culture problem, not strictly a gun problem. 

snorks February 14, 2024

@gu3st so you think people are going to see his brain snap, and decide to have a brain snap with their own coach?

Of course context matters. 

snorks February 14, 2024

@mamamia-user-482898552 I'm also concerned that taking someone to hospital is breaking standard protocol!

snorks February 14, 2024

@gu3st yeah, the guy that pulled the trigger really didn't have any choice in the matter.

snorks February 14, 2024

@gu3st yes, that would be why I said it matters. 

But there is an unbelievable amount of pressure on them, sometimes things happen. Neither the coach nor the player is worried about the incident. They handled an inappropriate moment properly. 

If they had a knife or a gun I doubt the Kelce incident had anything to do with it.