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Do they have a "Men of NASA"? Seem discriminatory.
EVERY LEGO shuttle set so far has had mostly men.
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No Christa McAuliffe, no deal.
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Only feminism is keeping sexism alive.
So if feminism were to suddenly disappear, sexism wouldn't exist? Confused
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Apparently the "Women of NASA" LEGO set brings out the D bags of Slickdeals.
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Apparently the "Women of NASA" LEGO set brings out the D bags of Slickdeals.
Lego doesn't have D bags, the bags are numbered.
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Prove it. Minifigs have never had gender unless they were specifically built to have gender. Only feminism is keeping sexism alive.
What about Benny the spaceman?
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So if feminism were to suddenly disappear, sexism wouldn't exist? Confused
Not quite, but there is a paradox to liberalism's methods of achieving equality: in a world with equality you could never have "affirmative action" because the affirmative action would actually be creating inequality (sorry white person, we have to give preferential treatment to minorities).

Before you could have a society of equality you would actually have to remove all the rules that were put in place to try to achieve it

Equality isn't something that can be regulated or legislated. If the people don't actually view each other as equals then inequality will exist either because of the inequality rules put in place, or because our actions are inherently unequal due to our personal beliefs
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This can only lead to a #MeToo on the ISS.
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And before I get lynched, that was a joke. Everybody needs to chill the F out.

Russians and Americans have been living and working together in tiny spacecraft orbiting this planet for almost 50 years despite their conflicting political and socioeconomic beliefs. Not to mention the fact that their own leaders have spent much of that same time threatening to turn their homes into Nuketown USA (or Nuketown USSR). Maybe the rest of us down here on Earth should consider taking a tip from the astronauts and cosmonauts we all seem to admire so much and focus our energy and time on how much we have in common with each other instead of obsessing over the few things we don't.

Black or white, male or female, everyone of us has fecal matter and urine stuffed inside them at all times (think about that the next time you're getting busy in the bedroom).
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Mind = blown. I can't wait to think about the fact that my wife has sht in her the next time we are finding the time to bang it out. Who writes this crap? A confused 16 year old?

Anyway about this deal...This deal pops up a lot. Not a lego collector type set but I got it for my daughter who likes science and it made a good stocking stuffer that didn't fit in the stocking. Not too hard to build...But this guy ended up having to build a the majority. For some reason my young son loves Mae Johnson lego figure.
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Mind = blown. I can't wait to think about the fact that my wife has sht in her the next time we are finding the time to bang it out. Who writes this crap? A confused 16 year old?

Anyway about this deal...This deal pops up a lot. Not a lego collector type set but I got it for my daughter who likes science and it made a good stocking stuffer that didn't fit in the stocking. Not too hard to build...But this guy ended up having to build a the majority. For some reason my young son loves Mae Johnson lego figure.
No, the 16 year old I hired through Indeed to write my forum posts turned out to be entirely illiterate. I'm pretty flexible when it comes to my expectations of new hires so I told him to just try his best and kept him on for a trial run. But after he sent several emoji-only text messages to my seemingly random people on my contacts list that I felt were rather sexually suggestive, I decided to send him on his way with a letter of non-recommendation to serve as a warning to any potential future employers (which he obviously wouldn't discover on his own).

If only I could find an individual of your caliber to hire as my writer. Surely my online commentary would become a reference guide for the wise and it would quickly come to be cherished by an audience with only the deepest sense of maturity.

I wish you luck in finding the time to "bang it out" with your wife.
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I only wish that OP rep count would increase with every non related comment added to his post.
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