Power13

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  1. No one needs to "guess" anything. People go into the bathroom. You let them go into the ones that they choose. The only ones making a decision here is the transgender people. How hard is that to comprehend?
  2. Well, I'm not a "lib" but whatever..... Seeing as how you have carried Trump's water across the baord so far, despite his rampant hypocrisy, I'm not holding out much hope for you.
  3. 1) There is nothing stopping those people from doing that now. Dress up like a woman, go sit in a stall and get your ya-yas on. 2) By all means, let's let an extreme, ultra-rare situation drive our legislative requirements.
  4. https://www.nytimes.com/2017/02/23/business/media/obituary-alan-colmes-fox-news.html?hp&action=click&pgtype=Homepage&clickSource=story-heading&module=second-column-region&region=top-news&WT.nav=top-news Unfortunately, I always kinda thought he was selected for "Hannity & Colmes" because Hannity could just run roughshod over him...
  5. As much as I disagree with what Takei said, you think what Takei said is the same as what Milo said? Not to mention the totality of horrific things that Milo has said leading up to this. You'll have to show me the same types of things that Takei has said. Context matters.....but since you are just reciting the canard of the "intolerant and hypocritcal left", I'm guess this is gonna be lost on you.
  6. I have been known to have a "bashful bladder"..... True story - when I was at OCS for the Marines, we had to give a urine sample the second or third day we were there. They would lock the doors to the head the night before and then they woke you up (loudly) herded you into the heads and made you stand in line and pee. Sure enough, the first year, I couldn't go to save my life....100% locked up. (remember, you are right in the midst of your platoon and others as well). Massively embarrassing. Fast forward to 2 years later when I go back for my second summer of training. I am bound and determined not to let this happen again, so I am POUNDING water all night. Bad strategy. By the time they roll through for the p*ss test, I can't even stand up straight and I am in massive discomfort. Get into the head and all the urinals are taken and I just gotta go....so I step into one of the stalls (well, stall is generous. A toilet with waist high walls and no door) and blissful relief floods over me as I finally get to release the pressure in my bladder. About 10 seconds after I start, my Platoon Sergeant comes up behind me and yells in my my ear "WHAT THE FOOK ARE YOU DOING?!?!?!?" (You weren't allowed to use the stalls for the p*ss test as they have to observe you peeing). My flow immediately stops and I am scared schitless. Put me in front of the urinal and sure enough, I freeze up....only this time I am still in discomfort and I just can't pee. Agony!! After standing there for about 5 minutes (completely embarassed yet again), I finally start going....and going....and going. Easily fill my cup and just keep going.....Platoon Sergeant starts yelling at me again, but now to hurry the fook up. To acknowledge I am aware of his commands, I reply back "Coming, PLatoon Sergeant!!" as in "I am just finishing up". He gets right in my ear and screams as loud as he can "COMING?!?!? YOU AREN'T SUPPOSED TO BE JERKING OFF, YOU ARE SUPPOSED TO BE PISSING!!!". Suffice to say that cut-off the flow real quick....
  7. New Season Debuts April 2, 2017!!
  8. They have started to add urinals to some of the Men's rooms, but even if one is open, I ALWAYS opt for a trough. Just part of the "charm" of Wrigley.
  9. Stalls? Yes....well, except for stand alone toilets that can be pretty common in military life, I guess. When I was at USMC Officer Candidate School, there were a line of toilets without even a partition between them. Regardless, if you convert to full unisex bathrooms, there is a massive increase in cost. And I think we all have to be honest and realize that there is probably an increase in risk for females. slight though it may be.
  10. Thanks, D! I'll pass that along to P14.
  11. No. In fact, no matter where I have been in the world, I don't think I have ever seen a men's room where everyone had their "privacy". Urinals are cheaper than toilets. Urinals use less water than toilets. You can put more urinals is a given area than toilets. In every respect, urinals are cheaper to buy, install, operate and maintain than toilets.