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We have problems every day. No exceptions.
And they used to claim that it was Apple, that the problem was Apple TV and not them, but dug out & reconnected the Roku box and there’s still problems.
Like right now, for example, it’s telling me that the title is “temporarily unavailable.” That’s the usual error message. It’s the only error message we ever get, assuming we get one at all. Sometimes it just returns to the title screen without any message.
And this can (and does) happen at any point during a movie or show. It’s not like you go to watch something and it says “Temporarily unavailable,” you’ll be halfway (or more) through an episode and it suddenly stops, returns you to the title screen and won’t resume…
The best way out of the cycle of poverty is to live in a two parent household. The best way to reduce crime (which the left loves to tell us is “poverty related”) is to live in a two parent household.
Feminists encouraging “you don’t need no man” are ruining things.
There’s a little something in science to remind dimwits that (overly) simplistic solutions are rarely solutions:
Correlation is not causation.
What it means is that just because one or more things seem to go together doesn’t mean that one causes the other(s).
See, it’s extremely easy to link two things — like a dual parent household is linked to kids doing better — but it doesn’t mean that “kids doing better” is caused by dual parents in the household.
The “Real” connection here could be anything from increased economic security (two parents, two potential sources of income) to simply instilling the kind of discipline into a child that an adult needs to maintain a relationship through thick & thin, disappointment & temptation.
Often times it honestly comes down to the difference between placing what’s good for the kids ahead of what’s good for oneself…
To be honest, the surest path to great kids is great parenting. This can be accomplished with a single parent. It really can. It may be better with two great parents (if for no other reason than it doubles the available great-parent time) but it’s not a requirement. At the same time, two lousy parents can easily cause more damage than one lousy parent.
In any case, “Correlation is not causation.” Remember this simple adage if you honestly care about getting at the truth instead of promoting an agenda.
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