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posted July 11th, 2016, 2:01 am


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November 1st, 2015, 4:03 pm

GreenKrog

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Ok, is waiting for a Flint an anti-feminist statement? Or an acknowledgment that he has more muscle than the two of them? This harkens back to when the Bernts were leaving with Lexi, and they put Mitch in charge instead of P. Granted, we don't know much about Wendy's fighting capabilities - we just know she is in track and field. We know Annie can take one hell of a beating and still fight back, so she probably doesn't need much in the way of protection. If it is a numbers game though, seems prudent to have some one or some people backing you up that have some heft, right?

As for Annie not wanting to get Wendy involved? Should she be allowing Wendy to come? After all thats gone between them, Wendy will back up Annie till the end. You'd think Annie would have learned that by now, so why exclude her from helping? Flipside, if there is potential for bodily harm, would it not be a better idea to exclude Wendy? She thinks it is appropriate to involve Flint in the risk of bodily harm.

Blegh. Philosophy.

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July 11th, 2016, 2:11 am

Yan Mouson

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I don't know if waiting for Flint is an anti-feminist statement, but I do know that not waiting for him specifically because he's a man would go against gender equality. When giving a task to someone, only one question should matter: can this person accomplish this task?

This is yet another example of Annie's horrible decision-making. Given the astoundingly high number of times she has been physically assaulted and the fact that she's about to go meet someone who clearly has something against her, she should obviously bring backup. As for not getting people involved, well that decision should really be up to the people in question, shouldn't it? So long as everyone is aware of the risks, why shouldn't they be allowed to take those risks?

Of course, the same can be said about Annie, but all I said was that people should be allowed to take risks, not that doing so was in any way a wise decision.

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