Nope, never seen it. BTW, I don't consider it to be a game. I'm a pretty direct kind of person and I'd want them to know that I know. However, I believe that they should have the chance of owning up by themselves first.View Thread
I like the idea of going up to the cheater and saying "hi" It would let him/her know that you knew and make them (hopefully) make the right decision (OK - so I like the idea of making them sweat too). If asked not to reveal what I saw to the spouse I would answer that s/he had 7 days in which to tell their spouse and after that ...View Thread
I suggest you watch the video. It's not the kind of violence you seem to fear. You might also find it interesting to hear the filmer's exchange with the stepfather ... Yes, he posted the clip but he also went to the police with it - it will no doubt be used as evidence.View Thread
there's the issue of "who is going to take care of the kid(s) if the parent is in jail on abuse charges."
So you would rather leave a child with an abusive parent who beats him rather than take the risk that the child might go to his other parent? OR another family member? When you see a child beaten with a belt would you really turn away?
"I would rather make a call to the neighbor first"
To do or say what? Few people are willing to have their parenting techniques/methods criticized and even fewer are going to appreciate interference by a neighbour.View Thread
I thik it's all very well to complain about having your rights infringed but if you're not doing anything about being too fat by yourself what should happen? Should the govt sit back and let it all happen or should they step in. Seems to me like it's a damned if you do and damned if you don't situation.
Other countries have dealt with this by imposing a "sin tax" (and there are places in the US that have too...) on foods that are have too high a sugar or fat content. Is that the solution? Denmark taxes food that is in excess of 2.3% saturated fat. France has a soda tax. It's all money into the bank but in countries where they have real medical cover, every little helps. It really IS important to prevent obesity for them. Should they make fast, fatty and/or sugary processed food more expensive to buy or cut back on portion size ... or simply do nothing?View Thread
Well, my partner is a Tom Selleck lookalike so my vote is going to be a "yes" for moustaches (soft hair during oral sex is a BIG bonus OTOH, if he trims it too short ... OUCH! ) and for beards, well, I only seem to appreciate the neatly trimmed goatees. Know what? I've been with my partner for nearly 30 years and have never seen him without his facial hair ...View Thread
No, because the point isn't to stop you drinking as much as you want but to raise awareness of how much you really are drinking, by making you think about whether you really DO want to go back and buy a second (or third, or fourth, ..) one.View Thread