When a successful enterprise is deliberately run into the ground for the sake of liberal ideals.
"Did you see that Gillette lost eight BILLION dollars?!"
"Yeah, they put out that Woke commercial that accuses most men of being savage neanderthals, when most of their customers are men."
"Hope that hundreds of soon-to-be-fired Gillette employees think that Woke message is worth their jobs."
The faithful dog belonging to Inspector Gadget
and his niece Penny
. Brain is Penny’s sidekick, and helps her on missions. Brain has human level intelligence, and can do things that normal dogs cannot, such as ride bikes and use tools. Brain has saved Inspector Gadget countless times. He loves his human comrades, especially Penny. Brain will do anything to protect his humans, and usually endures astounding amounts of punishment. All he wants in return is the company of Penny, and food.
I would love to have a dog like Brain, and a daughter or niece like Penny.
The niece of Inspector Gadget
. The true hero of the show, she protects her bumbling Uncle, often in secret, and assists him solving cases and foiling the schemes of Dr. Claw
. She’s smart, incredibly brave, loyal, humble, patient, kind-hearted, upbeat, and cute as can be. She’s basically perfect and flawless. She’s never bitchy, never selfish and never lies. Penny’s top priorities are helping her Uncle, and also helping her dog, Brain. Although it is usually her who solves the case, she is more than happy to let her Uncle Gadget take the credit. She also carries a computer book, and her watch has a laser.
Dude, have you ever noticed that kid Penny kicks ass?
Heck yeah, man! I wish kids were really more like her. She has awesome theme music too.
A Pimp is a criminal who preys upon young girls, very often underage runaways. When a pimp spots such a girl, he will lay on the charm and sweet talk her long enough to get her alone. Then, he will often beat her, rape her, and get her hooked on hard drugs as a means of control; to make her believe she is utterly dependent on him. Then, the pimp will farm her out to “customers,” aka Johns for sex. If she gets pregnant, pimps usually force her to have an abortion. Most girls under the control of a pimp end up in prison if they’re lucky, or dead.
Man, why is the word “Pimp” used as if it’s a good thing?
Beats me, man. They take teenage girls who are rebelling against their daddy, and literally destroy their lives. Pimps are the lowest of the low.
Working from home sounds ideal, and there are some benefits; your commute is very short, you can sleep in later, you can work in casual clothes, or maybe even your birthday suit. But the downside is, you will be stuck in the house more, your social interaction with other people is reduced by a lot. Also, if your job is stressful or involves conflict, that will now be in your home. Makes it harder to separate home life from work life.
"I really love working from home; I have no commute.. but I'm starting to feel like a shut-in."
Professional American football team based in the Pacific Northwest corner of the United States. Everyone rips on them, but they've been to three Super Bowls in nine years. Robbed in XL, won XLVIII, and lost XLIX. (barely.) They currently have arguably the coolest blue uniforms in the league. Their stadium is a nightmare for visiting teams, because the Seahawks usually win at home, and also because of the constant rain and deafening crowd noise.
Hawks fan #1: "Why didn't the Seattle Seahawks run the damn ball on the one yard line?!?!?"
Hawks fan #2: "It happened. Let it go. At least they weren't robbed by the refs again."
Hawks fan #1: "Yeah... you're right. And having one Lombardi Trophy is a heck of a lot better than none."
When the Seattle Seahawks play like crap for most of the game, but somehow manage to squeak out a win, often due to a miracle play from offense or defense, or just plain dumb luck. It causes their fans to think they’re going to suffer a heart attack.
Dude, you look stressed! What’s wrong?!
Oh, I just watched my Seahawks pull out another cardiac win. I figure it took a few months off my life.