mofongo wrote

What about: everyone should enjoy a minimum standard of living independent of their laboral status.

I find that expressed this way prevents people from having to defend their choice and it's harder to jump to the laborist "supporting lazy people" some people have.


Reply to Friday Free Talk by alex

mofongo wrote

I started this fitness program that was bring presented at work and I'm already regretting it. It helps my limp a little because exercise but it also hurts quite a bit because exercise.

Anyways, I've decided to gain the 20+ pounds i need to be on a healthy weight despite my doctor's recommendation. I'm finding it really hard to get improvements, even when the recommendation is "eat a lot and weight training". At points, I end up losing pounds.


mofongo OP wrote

Thanks for your reply!!

I made this post a while ago, the twin are already born and turned 3 months old recently. We got gifted enough disposable diapers by friends and family that I still haven't had to buy any. At this point, I don't think I can convince the miss's to use diapers.

The elimination communication bit is really interesting and something I something I would like us to apply but I got told "you do it" which isn't very productive because I spend most of the day at work.


mofongo wrote

I haven't walked out of a movie theater, no matter how horrible the movie is. I watched Jack and Jill with my brother and that was the last time we went to the movies together, I also watched dragon Ball evolution from start to finish. I already paid, might as well watch it.

On video, Disaster Movie. I thought it would be a nonsense movie with cheap laughs. It was worse than that, I quit it, I could not handle it.