when girls call their boyfriend “daddy” i want to projectile vomit on their existence
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Anti-Smoking Sign, Zion, Illinois, 1915
You love a teacher when they’re hiding your children from a crazed gunman in Newtown and getting shot while protecting them. You adore educators when they’re using their body to shield your kids from a falling wall in the middle of a tornado in Oklahoma.
But let that teacher have the nerve to ask for job security or reasonable pay or a manageable workload and all of a sudden we’re lazy union thugs.
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I don’t understand why anyone would want a car payment or credit cards or anything that requires like some bullshit cost. Like I make enough money to pay my housing/utilities and bills and I’m lucky enough to have a job where a little over half of my monthly income is “extra”. I realize that’s not everyone’s case. But even with that extra income I drive a 2004 Chevy Malibu. If my car died I’d probably buy another $4000 car. I just don’t understand how anyone can justify a $300-$500 payment for however many years for something that not only won’t last but has become so bullshit on cost of repair. In the past 3 years the biggest cost I’ve had was dropping a new engine in and that was only $400.