Profile overview for VoaterRick.
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This user has so far shared a total of 2 links, started a total of 1 discussions and submitted a total of 29 comments.

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3 highest rated comments:

So my wife cheated on me with a curry nigger from her work. submitted by undertheshills to whatever

VoaterRick 0 points 18 points (+18|-0) ago

@undertheshills this is the best advice so far. Get it in writing or on the record that she admits she made a mistake and agrees it is best you have full custody of the family and home while she reflects on her infidelity and betrayal to the family. Then talk with a lawyer and lay it out.

If you if you cede ground you'll never get it back. If you conquer it, you can always be charitable later. Not one person, especially an adulterous woman, will be charitable to you if you cede ground.

Hey guys, is this Photoshopped?? submitted by username-way-too-lon to funny

VoaterRick 0 points 14 points (+14|-0) ago

Obviously, Morty. . . There is no reality with a skinny Harvey Weinstein.

Why can't male muslims shake hands with females because of their religion, but yet they have no problem gangraping women? submitted by DrunkViking to whatever

VoaterRick 0 points 9 points (+9|-0) ago

Sentence and paragraph structure desperately needed!

I am not attacking you. I am not even commenting on your content. I am just saying that information is better received when it is delivered in short, digestible, and well structured ways with sources when appropriate.

3 lowest rated comments:

Pure Alpha submitted by EarlPoncho to whatever

VoaterRick 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago

I think part of being a pro fighter is building hype and public interest for your next bout. Talking trash both gets public interest and potentially a match lined up. Fighting outside of the ring accomplishes the opposite. Seems like a rookie move to let someone get into your head so much that you would forgo a payday just because someone is being a good entertainer and promoting themselves effectively.

Pure Alpha submitted by EarlPoncho to whatever

VoaterRick 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago

In your opinion, which I'm not arguing. I am merely pointing out that the fact is that he got a shot at a title, as well as a purse increase from tens to hundreds of thousands. I am arguing that his public persona, trolling, trash talking, etc are the reason that happened. This is a well accepted, utilized, and effective method for increasing your notoriety and payouts. You may not like him, but that is the point. Chances are when he does line up against the next contender, people who both love and hate him will tune in to watch because of this polarization.

http://thesportsdaily.com/2018/06/08/colby-covington-career-earnings-fox11/

Revealed: The 20 Companies with the Worst Pay Gaps Between CEOs and Workers submitted by Ex-Redditor to whatever

VoaterRick 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago

Mattel average salary is $6,271? Who is going to believe that? Perhaps if we include 3rd world country sweat shops. . . (/s)(/hyperbole)

https://www.glassdoor.com/Salary/Mattel-Salaries-E428.htm

A cursory internet search for Mattel salaries debunks this false statistic. An intern at Mattel averages $17 an hour according to glass door.

https://www.payscale.com/research/US/Employer=Mattel%2c_Inc./Salary

Average salary is $91k according to payscale.

The problem with a lot of these "woah is everyone, your pay isn't fair!!" Articles is that they rarely appropriately correct for hours worked, days worked, days off, overtime worked, holidays worked, years experience, technical knowledge needed, training needed, hazardous job pay, stock benefits, corporate perks, etc.

I am not making the argument that there isn't a difference in pay. I am not making the argument that there isn't a large pay discrepancy. I am not even arguing for or against the rationale for difference in pay between employees of different job descriptions.

I am merely pointing out that this article has significant bias and is misrepresenting statistics. I am also attempting to point out the broader point that even when we agree with something, we should still be critical enough to acknowledge flaws, bias, misrepresentation, or erroneous claims in the sources we encounter, read, and share.