Re: The real reason
in fairness, you can't go straight to 3 wolves, that's just asking for trouble.
I recommend adding a wolf a year, but no more than 3..... and heaven help us if a 4 wolf shirt falls in to the wrong hands
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I don't even think it's the sensation that's the problem..Durex Featherlites are pretty decent.
...Now if they can invent something that takes away that awkward moment when you have to interrupt foreplay to hunch over (bare arsed) at the side of the bed and fumble around in the dark (or even worse..turn the light on) to fiddle with a fuckin' sachet while an increasingly impatient woman getting more and more out of the mood is peering over your shoulder....
I agree with Ethan Hawke:
"People want to turn everything in this country into a competition... It's clear who the winner is and who the loser is. It's why they like to announce the grosses of movies, because it's a way of saying, 'This one is No. 1.' It's so asinine...
"If you look at how many forgettable, stupid movies have won Oscars and how many mediocre performers have Oscars above their fireplace. Making a priority of chasing these fake carrots and money and dubious accolades, I think it's really destructive."
They're over-engineering this, why not use the instant replay approach of rugby.
"Use of video referee was introduced to rugby union in 2001. The laws of the game allow for "an official who uses technological devices" to be consulted by the referee in decisions relating to scoring a try or a kick at goal. The decision to call on the video referee (now called "Television Match Official (TMO)") is made by the referee, then the call is made by the replay referee, who takes his place in the stand of the host team or more usually in the Television Outside Broadcast van. He either tells the pitch referee by radio link-up or by the use of a big screen during televised matches. Unlike in the NFL, a coach cannot challenge a call made by the pitch referee."
It's my understanding that you pay upfront for entrance to the park(s) and this allows you on all the rides. The only thing I paid for within the park(s) was food and merchandise.
So if this is just used for paying for these extras, tracking your movements and some additional location aware services like Buzz Ligthyear calling you by name then I don't see a problem.
I don't mind the laundry list of silly requirements per se. I've always considered them the requirements for the "ideal candidate", where the ideal canididate doesn't really exist. So they've never stopped me applying for a job (within reason) if I felt I had enough experience/ability to do it.
Same applies when I'm on the hiring end of things. When we've said "At least 5 years in X", we'll call in someone with ~ 2 or 3 years provided the candidate looks good in general