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    [–] What is the sluttiest thing that you have ever done that no-one knows? Stopman 0 points ago in AskReddit

    Yeah, but when I left that comment there were only 2 upvotes. I was just talking about the one guy who started it all. Because seriously, if that first vote would have been a downvote, the hive mind would have downvoted that comment into the ground.

    [–] What strawman do people need to stop perpetuating? Stopman 1 points ago * (lasted edited 2 hours ago) in AskReddit

    No Americans vote should ever count any more or less than any other American. Period.

    Nothing on Earth should prevent every citizen from having an equal say in government. Least of all where you live within our country.

    [–] What is the sluttiest thing that you have ever done that no-one knows? Stopman 7 points ago in AskReddit

    When I do it will probably be [deleted] and I will get no karma :(

    It will seriously fuck with their head though.

    [–] Non-Americans, when you lived or visited the States what did you think? Stopman 1 points ago in AskReddit

    My bad, I got that statistic online. It was 35% have passed the background test to own a firearm, but not all of those who passed currently own one.

    [–] What is something that is really overrated? Stopman 1 points ago in AskReddit

    • Dr. Who has a much much much bigger fanbase than The Walking Dead. But sure, “cringey as fuck”.

    • Why the hell would we not inculde comedies? You said, “best on cable TV”.

    • Never seen American Horror Story, but I’ve seen much better reviews. Consistently. Meanwhile, The Walking Dead seems to get worse every season (again, based strictly off reviews).

    • I never said Rick and Morty isn’t overrated. I’m not even much of a fan. What I’ve seen is still leaps and bounds better than The Walking Dead though.

    [–] What strawman do people need to stop perpetuating? Stopman 2 points ago in AskReddit

    Hilarious, but could you tell me what you mean by that?

    [–] What is something that is really overrated? Stopman 6 points ago in AskReddit

    Come on, dude. That’s a pretty big statement for a pretty underwhelming show. What about...

    • Dr. Who

    • It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia

    • American Horror Story

    • Mr. Robot

    • Bob’s Burgers

    • South Park

    • Sherlock

    • Better Call Saul

    • Rick and Morty

    • The Americans

    • Archer

    • Empire

    • Arrested Development*

    I think people often forget that there are still good shows on TV.

    [–] People who shaved one side of your head a few years ago when that was popular, what's up with your hair now? Stopman 4 points ago in AskReddit

    Oh I’d still say that’s ‘in style’. Maybe not as popular, but I’ve definitely seen at least a couple within this past week. I mean it still looks good if you can pull it off. I think it really comes down to who cuts the hair though.

    [–] What strawman do people need to stop perpetuating? Stopman 0 points ago in AskReddit

    My point is that the men I’ve spoken to about it do it because there are plenty women out there that want them to. I somewhat disagree with what you said about attention as well. I know pleanty of women that don’t think they get enough attention, and plenty of men who would like much less. I don’t think it’s as one-size-fits-all as you make it out to be. One really can’t hope to accurately weigh in from a single perspective.

    [–] What strawman do people need to stop perpetuating? Stopman 6 points ago in AskReddit

    I notice this a lot. People change their tune real quick when presented with overwhelming evidence.

    • Trump didn’t collude > Collusion isn’t illegal

    • Global warming is a myth > Climate change is normal

    • Gay marriage is anti-religious > Of course gays can marry

    • Mexico will pay for a wall > The US will pay for a wall

    [–] What strawman do people need to stop perpetuating? Stopman 2 points ago in AskReddit

    I am just not encountering them in the wild at anywhere near the rate that they're being used by dickheads who tell me dumb stories

    What?

    [–] What strawman do people need to stop perpetuating? Stopman 0 points ago in AskReddit

    To make matters even more complicated, 1/50 women like to be cat called and actively drive for the attention. It feels like a lose lose situation for everyone, considering the likelihood that these two 2%’s of the population actually run into each other. And yet, they both always seem to assume that they are interacting with someone on the same page as them.

    [–] What strawman do people need to stop perpetuating? Stopman 0 points ago * (lasted edited an hour ago) in AskReddit

    The worst part is, half of the states get no say in the matter. Why the hell does Iowa get to choose from every candidate, while by the time they got to me, there were only two candidates left?? What if I, and many of th people in my state, would have voted for them if given the chance?

    The real issue is that those are party run though. The government cannot enforce effective changes. And that is a rather sticky situation once the government begins to interfere with the parties primaries. I see the electoral college getting fixed (if at all) well before the primary elections.

    EDIT The more I think about it, the Electoral College is still a bigger issue than the primaries in my mind. How the fuck do we live in a country where there is even so much as a possibility that the candidate with the most votes can lose the election? That is beyond broken.

    EDIT 2 To those messaging me about my stance on the Electoral College, I think I might have expressed my stance a little more accurately on another comment:

    No Americans vote should ever count any more or less than any other American. Period.

    Nothing on Earth should prevent every citizen from having an equal say in government. Least of all where you live within our country.

    [–] Non-Americans, when you lived or visited the States what did you think? Stopman 7 points ago * (lasted edited an hour ago) in AskReddit

    A little over 35% of Americans have a firearm permit. It’s rare to meet someone who owns a gun in almost any city or populated area.

    [–] Non-Americans, when you lived or visited the States what did you think? Stopman 6 points ago in AskReddit

    Where did you go? There are plenty of small, clean, empty cities, but it’s unlikely that a tourist visit there.

    [–] Non-Americans, when you lived or visited the States what did you think? Stopman 19 points ago * (lasted edited an hour ago) in AskReddit

    At least 95% of Americans have never been to a rodeo. They’re pretty much novelties.

    EDIT I’ve actually been to one once, but most people haven’t.

    [–] What is the creepiest page on Wikipedia? Stopman 6 points ago in AskReddit

    This is pretty interesting, a little nerve wracking even, but not remotely close to the creepiest page on Wikipedia.

    [–] Silent mass of Reddit, why do you vote but never reply? Stopman 2 points ago in AskReddit

    Because just two comments in on a post about cats we’re already discussing Hitler