- Posted on Frighteningly Uncommon Sense:
Faith was weighing the relative benefits (pun intended) of adding her spouse to the title of her house. I chimed in with this valuable advice:
The way I see it, adding him can only hurt you.
If you die, then as your spouse he automatically inherits all your crap (unless he dies at the same time in some kind of horrible meat-cleaving accident or a suicide-murder (that's right, he commits suicide and then kills you. It could happen.) or unless he offs you for the money (which he would never do, right?). So that pretty much covers you from the death perspective.
You guys already have a strong marriage, so no need to stroke his ego by adding him. There are other things you could stroke, however, that wouldn't hurt your marriage any. Just sayin'.
Feel free to add me to the title, though, as your trusted adviser.
- Posted On General Blather:
Heather remarked on the trials and tribulations of boat ownership, saying a boat is a "pain in the ass" to maintain. I empathized:
"It's too much of a pain in the ass to maintain."
My Supermodel wife says the same thing about me.
- Posted on Hip Suburban White Guy:
XO posted a "well-considered" and "cogent" "argument" of how stupid Christians are. I "agreed" with him:
Hahahaaahh. That is HILARIOUS! Christians are soooo stupid! Feeding the hugry? Healing the sick? GIMME A FREAKING BREAK! Those idiots. Don't they know that's what the government takes our money for (well, that and killing brown people).
You really hit the nail on the cross, er, head here, XO. Christians! Pftt! They make me LOL.
Do unto others as they would do unto you?!? Yeah, right. Suckers. If they were smart like you and me, they would to others BEFORE they do it to you.
- Posted on May's Machete:
May offered some great do-it-yourself tips on how to go green without any effort. I considered the policy change it would take at my household:
Hmmm.... this would necessitate a change in my "If it's yellow, let it mellow" policy.
- Posted on Midtown Miscreant:
MM stated the obvious, that there seems to be plenty of room for prosecution at the Yearning for Zion Ranch. I wondered why people don't get this upset over teen sexual abuse outside of these splinter groups:
No argument from me on this. Although I wish our society would put this much effort into stopping sexual abuse and teen pregnancy in economically depressed urban areas.
How many 14-year-old mothers do you think there are east of Troost? I guess it's easier to just throw out free condoms and food stamps.
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