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  • Commented on Rinse, Drain, Spin ... more Laundry!
    I love you, charlie :) Btw, managed to slip Rule 34 to a friend, I'm quite proud of it: Not only does this seldom happens, but this is the first time I've done this for a book in english :)...
  • Commented on Off the Map: Women in Science and Science Fiction
    Ok... I don't have anything meaningful to say. Maybe I would if I was feeling better, but whatever. I just wanted to thank you for writing this, and charlie, too, for giving you this place. If we've dwelled slightly onto...
  • Commented on Happy Christmas! Here is a flame war in a can
    Too ill to comment or read much, but Charlie? Thanks....
  • Commented on Big Guns[1]
    Something strikes me about all the "If the teachers were armed, this wouldn't have happened" reaction. A shooting occurs. You carry a gun, so you decide to stop the killer. You approach the scene, and you see 1 armed people,...
  • Commented on The Algebraic Properties of Equality in SF
    The Lady, from glen cook's black company. She is the most awesome character in the books, not only because of her powers, but first and foremost because of her cunning, sharp mind and ruthlessness. He's got a few great female...
  • Commented on The Importance of Being Geek
    As someone who self-identifies as androgynous, and has also known some male-to-female transsexuals, I can tell you why most men don't earn their "woman badge": It has the opposite effect that you observed. Whereas a woman who tries to understand...
  • Commented on The Importance of Being Geek
    It's not the responsibility of women to not be raped or abused. It's the responsibility of the abuser to not rape or abuse. You bet. I find that infuriating, and am amazed to still hear this when this happens....
  • Commented on The Importance of Being Geek
    For some reason, a significant portion of the male population seems to think that they are insufficiently manly if they don't threaten physical violence if they are displeased. Oh, that. Yes, I can understand*, thanks. I often think that this...
  • Commented on The Importance of Being Geek
    It's easier, IMO, to exist as a person (at least if you're a male) among females than among men This sounded strange, so, just to clarify, this is, of course, because I don't know what it is to be a...
  • Commented on The Importance of Being Geek
    Let's approach this from a different angle. What if you were put in a cage with a trained bear and were forced to live with it? I promise you'd learn really quick to be vigilent about observing its body cues....
  • Commented on Danger, Will Robinson! Danger!
    I agree that overly simple moralizing is off-putting, but a writer can also go too far and write a conflict where each side has a good point but the audience can't relate to either.>/i> Well, it is done, and, IMO,...
  • Commented on The ticking clock, stopped
    Oh. That is a tough one. I am already barely able to live and, in a way, am awaiting death (suicide recquiring too much effort anyway), yet I fear senescence like everyone else. So the prospect of gaining x centuries...
  • Commented on National Talk About Something Else Day
    Playing Marvel Avengers Alliance Reading the Ars Magica Forum Thinking on Ars Magica characters Brooding about the Ars Magica video game Kickstarter being (IMO) doomed to fail Working Oh, and depressing about finding out that a supposed friend I trusted...
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