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  • Really interested in your thoughts on everything, but definitely the first story. I can't pinpoint where I would draw the line but $400k feels like its way past that fucking line wherever it may be lol

    Philip DeFrancoPhilip DeFrancoMánuði síðan
    • @NomadicCleric Yes, that's just it. That much money is fine if you are 2 people in a high cost area. But when you add children into the mix, not so much. Additional insurance, food, clothes and after-school activities takes a serious bite out of that money.

      Johan T. LindgrenJohan T. LindgrenMánuði síðan
    • I feel like once someone makes 50K a year they’re wealthy

      Alissa NoAlissa NoMánuði síðan
    • My partner and I, 27/30, bring in just over 300k, in one of the highest cost of living cities. I feel comfortable. We can afford a good apartment with a nice view, retirement savings, Healthcare, high quality food, payments on a new SUV, and a couple fun vacations every year. It'd be tighter if we had kids. What's sad to me is that that used to describe a MIDDLE class lifestyle. I recognize I am relatively fabulously wealthy, but objectively this should be the middle class.

      NomadicClericNomadicClericMánuði síðan
    • @P S I am not saying they can't make it. I am saying it is not "wealthy" it is "merely" upper middle class. And having to work 2 fulltime jobs a day sounds horrid. That if anything sounds like it's time to move to somewhere else where only 1 job per adult is needed. And also, if you make about $400k a year for a family, more often than not each member of the family often have to work 60+ hours a week which, hourly, makes for a total of approximately 120 hours a week...

      Johan T. LindgrenJohan T. LindgrenMánuði síðan
    • Republican /libertarian here . I think there are 2 main issues related to the biden tax plan that we have. The number one concerning thing has to do with his removal of the trump tax cuts. Which will raise taxes for everyone. The second has more to do with the additional raising of taxes on 400k + / small businesses. On top of the raising of taxes from the tax cut removal. The concern is less for the very wealthy. But more so for those employed by small businesses and businesses such as your own Mr defranko. Many businesses that employ middle class people will have this double whammy tax increase effect . Which will overall be a big net loss for the average American. ( most Americans )

      Seth DistlerSeth DistlerMánuði síðan
  • 400,000 is no longer wealthy, of course in the middle states it sure is but placed like cali or NY that's nothing, and I am not gonna blame the people for living in Cali or ny, there's no reason living there should be as absurdly as it is.

    DiabloidDiabloid6 dögum síðan
  • Lol all religion should be equally disrespected

    Lissie LambLissie Lamb25 dögum síðan
  • As someone who has an annual household (my bf and I) income of less than $35,000 and I'm still able to live in a really nice side of town......I feel like $400,000 sets the bar too high.....$200,000 yearly feels wealthy af to me 😂😂😂

    Natasha NicoleNatasha Nicole25 dögum síðan
  • Yes it might've been ignorant of Rihanna to do that, but I don't think she went out of her way to personally disrespect a whole community. I'm aware she's done it before, so like I said, she's just ignorant.

    Yessica CoronaYessica CoronaMánuði síðan
  • I'm late to the party on this one but I was shocked by the $400'000 wealthy thing so I sat here and did some math. That's over 33'000 a month, $5000 for rent (that's the highest I've heard of for renting a house), and say even $10'000 for utilities($1000 per utility for easy math), that's still $18'000. And I know some might be coming from a place of not wanting their tax dollars to fund certain things but serious complaining about funding the country when you have $18'000 extra dollars a month is nuts. I bet the more money someone makes the more they complain about being taxed as well. My family makes under $60'000 a year, struggling to make ends meet and I'd be happy to pay more in taxes if it were to go to taxes to support others in my country.

    Morgan MuffinMorgan MuffinMánuði síðan
  • Happy to never hear about another outrage story... seriously defranco.

    Christopher MelvilleChristopher MelvilleMánuði síðan

    HaleDynamicsHaleDynamicsMánuði síðan
  • "of different races" shows 4 black women and one asian. is this that inclusivity thing i keep hearing about that always seem to exclude white people

    feministpicnicfallsapart afterno1makesanysandwitchsfeministpicnicfallsapart afterno1makesanysandwitchsMánuði síðan
  • meshuggah article13 sips

    hendrix gonzalezhendrix gonzalezMánuði síðan
  • Hey. Just so's you know, supreme court retards, but you should realize that gay people getting married does not conflict with peoples religious beliefs. Just because they say it does doesn't make it so, we aren't trying to get them gay married.

    EarthboundmikeEarthboundmikeMánuði síðan
  • Christ if you make more then 100 grand a year you are wealthy.

    EarthboundmikeEarthboundmikeMánuði síðan
  • Is “upper middle class” not wealthy?? What the hell?

    cookieaddictionscookieaddictionsMánuði síðan
    • @Some Prsn obviously anything above that is also wealthy. But I would consider upper middle class people making 400k a year to be wealthy, and as Phil pointed out, that is in the top 3% of taxpayers in this country so how can it really be anything else? Do you really think you need millions and millions of dollars/generational wealth to be wealthy??

      cookieaddictionscookieaddictionsMánuði síðan
    • If you think that’s ridiculous you don’t understand what real wealth is

      Some PrsnSome PrsnMánuði síðan
  • Where I live $400k isn't wealthy. You couldn't even by a small crappy house in the suburbs with that kind of a wage. No, for real. My wife and I make a combined income of about $200k and we can barely afford our 900 square foot 2 bedrooms, single bathroom apartment on the far outskirts of the suburbs. And we are in no way living lavishly, hell we have been trying to cut the one day a week we use DoorDash out of our budget to save money. I know that kind of money other places would make us rich but we can't move to other places and make that kind of money doing what we do (if we could do what we do at all). So, no. I have to say $400k is not rich relative to where they live and where they live matters because you can't just up and take your income with you where ever you want to live. Where you live matters and what is considered rich is relative to that.

    DraidisDraidisMánuði síðan
  • As a poor person who grew up poor I’d say 150k a year is wealthy and I live in the top 10 most expensive cities in the US

    Mia BolteMia BolteMánuði síðan
    • 150k is comfortable on Long Island so idk wtf you’re talkin about

      Some PrsnSome PrsnMánuði síðan
  • Democrats argument, people who are stupid and uninformed, their votes won't count. This is our voter base so it's going to hurt us more than Republicans.

    Zenkai76Zenkai76Mánuði síðan
  • lumineers kard antifa nightwish abc

    Aplddh OwudAplddh OwudMánuði síðan
  • My parents make around 40k-50k a year and we live in CT ( one of the states with the highest taxes) and I live great to say 400k a year is hard to live in is idiotic

    Youngshot BYoungshot BMánuði síðan
    • @Youngshot B Likewise

      Some PrsnSome PrsnMánuði síðan
    • @Some Prsn for sure I completely agree that if people want more then they have they should work hard for what they want but you have to remember that the main statement is that living on 400k is hard but there’s people in this country who live on 20k a year now that’s hard obviously it’s something that’s subjective but not everyone is given the opportunity to earn 400k and thanks you for having this discussion I think it’s very healthy to talk about these sort of things and challenge each other’s views also thank you for being civil.

      Youngshot BYoungshot BMánuði síðan
    • @Youngshot B Why should other people live their life by your standard, just because it works for you doesn’t mean it works for everyone. Really, just because other people want more out of life than you doesn’t mean you can dictate what it takes for a stranger to be comfortable with their life

      Some PrsnSome PrsnMánuði síðan
    • @Some Prsn I think you didn’t understand what I was trying to say the first comment was to say that as a person who lives with far less money than 400k (50k) and have a good life on that yearly earnings to say that 400k a year is hard is ridiculous would you not agree ?

      Youngshot BYoungshot BMánuði síðan
    • What’s your point ? Would you not agree that if you or your parents earned 400k a year you’d be better off ? I definitely would love to live with that much money all of my problems would be solved I wouldn’t struggle to pay off student loans own a car and a house with that kind of money my parents work hard to make 60k a year and they in a position where they can support a family and live in a house so to say that 400k is “hard to live on “ when millions of Americans live on less than half of that a year when there’s people who live off of 20k a year how’s is what I’m saying ignorant ?

      Youngshot BYoungshot BMánuði síðan
  • $400,000 a year would literally put you in the upper end of the top 5% of earners, there's no metric by which that's middle class.

    Erudito otidurEErudito otidurEMánuði síðan
  • Yes, $400,000 a year is wealthy!

    Ranell WolfRanell WolfMánuði síðan
  • You shouldn’t be able to change any rules when voting has already started that is such bullshit Honestly I don’t really like the idea of forcing this woman to marry gay couples though. Mainly because I don’t trust this woman to appropriately handle marriage between same sex couples. I’d rather her openly be an asshole so I can at least spot her and choose to give my money to someone who isn’t instead. The fact that I could secretly be giving money to someone who doesn’t agree with my existence makes me uncomfortable

    Kerry-Anne MiddlemoreKerry-Anne MiddlemoreMánuði síðan
  • It would be ideal. To be in the "top" tax bracket. But there is still abuse here that no one cares about. Please dont make me fuack another "up and coming software star" I cant take it.

    JaclynDianeJaclynDianeMánuði síðan
  • The fact that marriage equality is still an issue in this country is ridiculous.

    Purple MariPurple MariMánuði síðan
    • @Purple Mari like?

      Some PrsnSome PrsnMánuði síðan
    • @Some Prsn Sure, but that doesn’t mean we shouldn’t hold our country to a higher standard and call people/government out when they’re in the wrong.

      Purple MariPurple MariMánuði síðan
    • Focus on the countries that are still throwing people off buildings for being gay, focus on important things please

      Some PrsnSome PrsnMánuði síðan
  • No kids and single - 100,000 makes you wealthy

    Doode ChillDoode ChillMánuði síðan
  • thank you for the blackpink segment lol!! TToTT

    Vanessa HVanessa HMánuði síðan
  • Lol the fact that I make $30,000/yr probably makes me biased but YES $400,000/yr is wealthy.

    Wendy GutierrezWendy GutierrezMánuði síðan
  • Here in my small NE city 100k makes you uppper middle class. My wife and I and our kids have plenty of luxury and freetime, on 50k. I'd call outselves on the border between lower middle and middle middle class. Do you seriously need to research the source of all the words you use professionally. Lay off her guys.

    Taragon LeafTaragon LeafMánuði síðan
  • Christian people didn’t invent marriage. It exists in every other major religion and outside of religion, so why do Christians have this idea that they have authority over the institution of marriage ? It’s a sacred institution but it’s not THEIRS. Especially when your legal marital status affects your taxes, your ability to adopt, splitting assets, wether or not your partner can visit you in intensive care & help make healthcare decisions and soooo much more, it’s not something that the SCOTUS has the right to deprive non-Christians or non-straights from

    c cc cMánuði síðan
  • Would people be mad if someone used a verse from Revelation? I honestly don’t think people would react negatively. A few Christians would complain but they would be shut down. I feel like there’s a double standard, Christian religious symbols have been used and abused time and time again but if they complain they’re told to shut up. But if a different religion is used uncharacteristically it’s attacked as offensive.

    Anna JohnstonAnna JohnstonMánuði síðan
  • Oh lord this comment section is just absolutely beautiful, people saying that making 400k is easy, just go on twitch or youtube... Do you fucking see that most content creators are not making a cent! You literally are just looking at the top 1% of creators.

    CorpainenCorpainenMánuði síðan
  • So... Supreme Court justices say that discriminative religious ideas are more important than inclusive civil rights? There's several problems with this picture. What the hell happened with your separation of church and state?

    Octavia PinfoldOctavia PinfoldMánuði síðan
  • Doesn't making it hard to vote affect both parties

    Leilani ZLeilani ZMánuði síðan
  • If you're talking about the san francisco area where the "average" house price is 1.3 million. You're not going to be living large on 400k a year. But at the same time you can probably afford a 1% increase in tax, but I wouldn't call it wealthy if you happen to work in that area. I don't believe that you're middle class if you don't own a house, a car, and have the ability to afford having children. As a nation with a constant growth with GDP, I don't believe that accepting a smaller piece of the pie in the form of stagnant wages is something we should be complacent with.

    KyobiKyobiMánuði síðan
  • Considering most Americans earn minimum wage and barely make 50k a year 400k is wealthy. Just because you choose to live in an expensive neighborhood and drive a Tesla and your 400k doesn’t stretch like we make our biweekly 1,000 checks stretch.

    Asha BriannaAsha BriannaMánuði síðan
  • Sooooo, celebrities can use Christian imagery in their shows, but in Islam somehow it prompts apologies. This is such bullshit. Where are the apologies to Christians?

    Mina SolimanMina SolimanMánuði síðan
  • Whatever the case may be I support tax increases of people over 400/500k per year instead of 250k per year as in the past.

    Mina SolimanMina SolimanMánuði síðan
  • Omg, American Christians labelled as victims is equivalent to religious Muslims being labelled as victims in Morocco instead of the LGBTQ+ people that are being killed and discriminated against because of religious crazies.

    Anita PosaAnita PosaMánuði síðan
  • George Carlin said think about how stupid the average person is and realize that half the people are dumber than that. Take that dumber half and find the new average from that group and realize 25 percent of the population think Trump is a good president.

    j shieldsj shieldsMánuði síðan
  • Yes, anything above something like 150k-200k a year is wealthy in my opinion

    Ryder prickettRyder prickettMánuði síðan
  • If someone is making 6 figures or up...they're wealthy. If they're struggling then they're living beyond their means.

    Mandy ClarkMandy ClarkMánuði síðan
  • Most people make about 40k a year. So these people making 400k a year are making 10 times as much money as most people. So yes I'd say they are rich. In addition there are many polls showing that 100k a year is where the money happiness cap is. Once you get enough money for all your needs like food, housing, and doctors you don't really need anything else. Yet the top 1% of Americans own more wealth than the bottom 90% combined! everyone works at their company for minimum wage as they lobby the government and donate money to politicians campaigns so they can make money they don't really need... Btw trump lowered the ultra wealthy people's taxes recently.

    William HoffmanWilliam HoffmanMánuði síðan
  • So what I got, from the obergerville case, is that maybe, just maybe, child sacrifice is okay as long as it's a part of my religion. Good to know.

    PaputszaPaputszaMánuði síðan
  • Did you just say 'holidays are right around the corner'... sir it is October

    LeafLeafyLeafLeafyMánuði síðan
  • Individuals making over $75k/year or couples making more than $150k/year are wealthy.

    ZackForesterZackForesterMánuði síðan
  • Mail ballot incredibly dangerous for fucks sakes is everyone ignoring all the votes that are just being throw out like the ones in Pennsylvania or all the ballots thrown out in Santa Maria into a recycling bin like god damn

    Naruto Loves the BullsNaruto Loves the BullsMánuði síðan
  • What would affect the religious liberty of those thinking marriage is between one man and one woman would be to make monogamous heterosexual marriage illegal. They have nothing to worry about.

    GalaxyGalaxyMánuði síðan
  • "upper middle class" IS wealthy

    Erin MyersErin MyersMánuði síðan
  • i’m from the midwest/south and to me, $100,000 a year means I’ve made it, but i have also grown up in the lower middle class my whole life. for reference, most people i know consider themselves successful at $15-20 an hour. how could people in the top 2% not be considered wealthy? wealthy to me is upper middle class. the upper middle class has more than they need but still have to face troubles that could keep them from living. The people that don’t think $400,000 a year is wealthy, have never lived with just what they actually need.

    Bailee MariahBailee MariahMánuði síðan
  • ...I make like 30k/year... Wtf 400k is INSANE! I would say someone's high middle class or lower upper class at 100k+

    nuget102nuget102Mánuði síðan
  • What 100k a year is wealthy

    Charlie DoggettCharlie DoggettMánuði síðan
  • If you don't like gay marriage... don't get gay married. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

    P SP SMánuði síðan
  • if someone made the library of babel their holy text then nothing can be said

    ZinceZinceMánuði síðan
  • i make less then 20k a year i live in an apt 670 square feet with a 400 square foot backyard for 1300$ a month. In austin unless you want to live in less then 300 square feet thats the cheapest you can get now. Anything under 1200 1 bedroom is less then 300 square feet and..... realllllly not good. I pay 30-40$ a week in groceries and meal prep I do not have a car My bills every month is about 1600$ and even though i struggle im happy for what i have. HOW IN THE HELL DO YOU "STRUGGLE" ON 400K A YEAR holy shit if i had that much money i would be investing saving and prolly still live in the same apartment i do now.

    EllektrikkEllektrikkMánuði síðan
  • Lol nobody talking about the Hadith in comments. (Maybe because it's misplaced anger and only Muslims care)

    stealthisstealthisMánuði síðan
  • For the first question what's of weathy is complicated for me. I've got a friend and between her and her husband they are definitely getting over that 400,000 mark but they are not wealthy. But they live in Alaska. And that's where this gets complicated. Because some places are genuinely more expensive then others. In TN where I live, Yah thats weathy, but average cost of living here is really low.

    Ashlee KnowltonAshlee KnowltonMánuði síðan
  • I'm unemployed atm so I receive 10,000€ a year in benefits. Thank god healthcare is free here, so I'm able to survive with less than you Americans. Just doubling my income would save me so many tears. But if I made 100K euros a year, I'd be living the high life! Any more than that just seems unnecessary. I don't even know what I'd do with millions, because I don't want a big house, fancy cats, brand/designer clothing, etc. I guess I could use it to travel and experience the most amazing things, and help people who have suffered from the same things as I have - I'd give victims of rape and bullying and drug addiction new possibilities in life. OH, and go on the "Vomit Comet" to experience zero gravity! Edit// Nevermind, that Zero G flight only costs 5k per person! But 165K would get me the whole plane just to myself, to play around with.

    Imagine KudryavkaImagine KudryavkaMánuði síðan
  • Person, woman, man, camera, TV... GET IT OUT OF MY HEAD!!!

    Lee McDonaldLee McDonaldMánuði síðan
  • Higher taxes equals less jobs always has always will so if you want less jobs ask for higher taxes simple wether you like it or not company’s like lower taxes and if the taxes are too high they leave to somewhere the taxes are low or if you are really rich you pay someone to find a loop hole so Biden’s plan is foolish

    God gamingGod gamingMánuði síðan
  • If and when the apocalypse happens Phillip, I want to hear you as my last news cast.

    atalanbhaktiatalanbhaktiMánuði síðan
  • I live in Los Angeles. I would say we are priced like any big city here. $400,000 is wealthy!! Even living here. Sure, you cant buy a huge mansion in the nicest neighborhood off one years savings, but that doesn't mean you aren't wealthy.

    caligirl90caligirl90Mánuði síðan
  • Wait what? Where i live 40k gets you either a house to rent or a car to "own".. not both. God forbid you have any medical conditions at all.. would need 60k to live reasonably, assuming you only have one kid.

    John BishopJohn BishopMánuði síðan
  • I don't get it. There is a separation of church and state in this country. If you work for the state, you do the work of the state. If that work goes against your religion, you find another job.

    V to be meV to be meMánuði síðan
  • 6 figures is where it hits well off/wealthy I think

    P E A C HP E A C HMánuði síðan
  • I'm sorry, I lived in Seattle for two years on a minimum wage. It's possible to live in a big city with 400,000 a year if you are not being stupid. I went without a lot. They can afford it.

    Michelle BurkeMichelle BurkeMánuði síðan
  • If only DeFranco didn’t get so sweaty when he, ya know, does his Orange Man Bad 🥵 ...out here regurgitating the Main Stream Media Kool-aid he’s been double fisting for a while now

    J RJ RMánuði síðan
  • Lmao It’s these people who always get hurt 😢

    A VA VMánuði síðan
  • Phil have you talked about what happening in Armenia?!!!! Please do

    VanaFantaVanaFantaMánuði síðan
  • Something I've noticed growing up here in America is the intense death grip the government and many MANY people in the country hold onto religious ideals, specifically for others to uphold as well. And it quite honestly scares me. I was raised to believe that I have the right and power to choose my religion, however I was put into a Catholic school at 8 and asked if I wanted to be baptized, when I had already been baptized Episcopal, both instances I had been far too young to make any concrete decision about religion in any capacity. I wasn't given the room or ability to look into or choose a different religion, even up to now and being Norse pagan and not practicing Christian holidays except for my family, I'm still not given the same religious freedoms that Christians and Catholics are allowed in this country. We are NOT a Theocracy, we are supposed to be a Democracy, and religions do NOT belong in legislature. If I want to marry someone of a different or similar gender, or lack thereof, to my own, I should be able to in my own way regardless of what someone else's religious texts say. I'm not part of your religion, why are you trying to make me live my life by your religious rules, Christians and Catholics?

    Mars RiggerMars RiggerMánuði síðan
  • So just to put in perspective, 400k a year is in many cases 13 to 4 times your average full time salary job. Also 400k would cover my one bed room apartment’s rent for 27 years.

    Hunter JonesHunter JonesMánuði síðan
  • I'm not even 100% on how much 400k is... so theres that.

    RecoveringGothmummiRecoveringGothmummiMánuði síðan
  • I wonder if it would help to change “marriage” to “partnership” in all legal documents ?

    Jose VargasJose VargasMánuði síðan
  • so the democrats are saying their voters are too stupid to change their ballots and republicans are smart enough to comply with the law? i find that pretty insulting.

    mythmurzinmythmurzinMánuði síðan
  • $200K+/yr is wealthy

    KingArthur95364KingArthur95364Mánuði síðan
  • Anything over $15,000 is wealthy. If you work full time in America, you are wealthy, and it's insulting to everyone before you and half of the globe if you disagree

    Austin GergenAustin GergenMánuði síðan
  • Lalala lisaaaa 😍😍

    J MJ MMánuði síðan
  • Well a lot of times, if you live in a more expensive city, you get paid more for doing the same job. My office pays more to their Chicago employees than their suburban Ohio employees to take into account cost of living. So if you are making 400K in Chicago, you can't really move to another city and make the same amount. My rent for a 2 bedroom/1 bath in a neighborhood in Chicago is 2,300 a month... Now, I don't make 400k and that would certainly give me a VERY comfortable life - but I would say there is some ambiguity if that is considered wealthy vs upper middle class. (I'm a tax accountant by trade and all of my clients are very wealthy individuals, a person making 400k would be on the lowest end of the spectrum).

    Natalie KempNatalie KempMánuði síðan
  • Geezuz, when we made 60kish a year, I considered us lower middle class. I think 200k a year is wealthy. 100k is upper class.

    Mell0Mell0Mánuði síðan
  • 400k is plenty wealthy.

    deemon710deemon710Mánuði síðan
  • On Rihanna's show backlash: Welcome to the disrespect Christians get! It sucks, but there isn't much you can do about it. 🤷

    cheeryblossomscheeryblossomsMánuði síðan
  • I make around 25k-30k a year and I struggle lol. 400k would be the end of all my financial woes. I am poor, but I am comfortably poor as I like to say; I live in Canada though.

    Zoey HaskellZoey HaskellMánuði síðan
  • id consider rihanna's backlash as a mistake if this was the first time she was called out for it. i feel like if she truly cared about it she would have said something the first time she was called out for it, not the second time when it gets more attraction. weird shit.

    Alex HillAlex HillMánuði síðan
  • The thing is, city's have various costs of living, such as New York, with 68910.48 (according to I'm using New York for this example, because it is often considered the most expensive one, so it would be the best to play devil's advocate for. After taxes, (not considering tax breaks such as 401k contributions) a 400000 salary becomes 232,604. We then take away the average cost of living, leaving just $163,693.52. This is all disposable income at this point. I will not make any asertations here, but leave these numbers to be interperted.

    moksh trehanmoksh trehanMánuði síðan
  • Song is called DOOM, mentions nothing about chainsawing demons.

    frostmourne1986frostmourne1986Mánuði síðan
  • Hi Phil, I remember you being politically neutral and not pushing your opinion but for some reason, you seem to emphasize left-wing ideas more and more often.

    OMG Paul WHY?OMG Paul WHY?Mánuði síðan
  • As a public school teacher that makes less than $50,000 a year, I find it obscene that people making $400,000 think they’re barely middle class. People are so detached from the average American. In my opinion if you make 6 figures or more a year you’re wealthy. You have disposable income that you can choose what you want to spend it on and can afford luxuries that the average person can’t even imagine. Hearing these kinds of stories is what pushes me more and more in becoming an anarchistic. The wealth gap is ridiculous.

    Katherine HoltKatherine HoltMánuði síðan
  • No 400,000 does not make you wealthy

    Travis JonesTravis JonesMánuði síðan
  • It’s disgusting to say 400K is middle class at best. I got a raise to $9.00/hour.

    Noelle RunsNoelle RunsMánuði síðan
  • $400,000 SERIOUSLY!!!? It takes some people 8 years to make that.

    Noelle RunsNoelle RunsMánuði síðan
  • It pisses me off hearing people who have a boat Go on two week vacations every year and belong to a country club complain about not having money....

    RachelRachelMánuði síðan
  • Dude! What the hell with religions!? Did we learn nothing from the Inquisition and other religion-based wars!? Having faith in certain God does not give you the right to force anybody to believe the same, or act according to your belief system. Imagine me going around and saying "It is terribly offensive to me that witch hats are not an everyday wear article, because as a witch, it is disrespectful to not wear it." It sounds just as stupid as those two stories Phill mentioned!

    Diana HDiana HMánuði síðan
  • David Dorn? Domestic terrorism that is BLM and Antifa?

    Aya A.Aya A.Mánuði síðan
  • It blows my mind that gay marriage was only legalized five years ago in the United States. It's been legal in Canada since 2005 and every national political party supports it in their platforms.

    Risky NightsRisky NightsMánuði síðan
  • I hate apologies that include thanking the people they've offended. It's bullshit and immediately makes the apology seem exclusively designed for damage control.

    Sollus MarkisSollus MarkisMánuði síðan
  • If I make less than 60k a year but still survive living in SF,one of the most expensive cities in America... you can fucking live with 20% taken out of your $401k+. People are fucking ridiculous when it comes to holding on to paper.

    ilikebaconmoreilikebaconmoreMánuði síðan
  • the world would be a much better place without religion and delusion

    Confessor CromwellConfessor CromwellMánuði síðan
  • Ya got me phill. now I have to comment for the first time in forever. Do we really have to go back to the age old argument of if someone is doing some that doesn't harm anyone or themselves let them? Let same sex marriage stand. It literally hurts no one

    Golden910 SparkGolden910 SparkMánuði síðan
  • Okay but if there were no dissenting opinions on that Supreme Court case, I think its a pretty solid indication that changing the ballot requirements was not kosher and shouldn't be done?

    ariseiraariseiraMánuði síðan
  • 2 out of 4 americans support gay marriage how did they come up with that.

    snipex111snipex111Mánuði síðan
  • Please extend your merch drop! Teachers get paid once a month!

    Teri Mocha NewtonTeri Mocha NewtonMánuði síðan
  • 400,000 a year is beyond wealthy. If a person knows how to manage money 250,000 yr will make you rich in a very short time.

    SaMOKieSaMOKieMánuði síðan