If a time machine was ever invented, it would be very, very strictly regulated: If one was able to affect the past, no one would be allowed to use it unless they have high credentials and permissions that are hard to obtain and it would be very rare to use. If you can only see the past, you would need similar qualifications and the time/place would be regulated so as to not revel top secret information. amirite?
Suzanne Collins should write another series with the same idea as the Hunger Games, except this time make it the "Hunger for Knowledge Games." The mentors would be teachers, the careers would be the Asians, and the valuable stuff in the middle would be things like science fair boards and calculus textbooks. The last minute words before they enter would also be great. "There's even a graphing calculator there Katniss, but just get the pencil case and leave before you contract a virus, amirite?
There should be slightly stricter laws on adopting a pet, because it's horrible when a family or someone buys a puppy or a kitten simply because it's cute or to impress their children, but when the pet actually grows up and isn't so "cute" anymore, it just gets neglected or even abandoned. amirite?
It's perfectly acceptable to walk around with a group of constantly aroused gentlemen that are trained so that whenever anybody is trying to be encouraging or gets frustrated and says, "Come on (name)!" They run up to that person and simultaneously pull down their pants and **** on them, amirite?
It'd be great if everyone had rage rooms! 30 yd. by 30 yd. of blank white sound proof room. There'd be a layer behind it so you could break the first one in rage. You'd have paint and a few weapons and two dummies filled with fake blood that would be replaced each week. When you were mad out of your mind just run in there shut the door and rampage. There would be speakers that would only play, dark rap, heavy metal and dubstep (which ever you choose). Pretty good idea for people with tempers, amirite?
I'm sick to death of infantile, non sequitur arguments in defense of Joe Paterno. Even a self-proclaimed "old world gentleman" has no right not to report a man raping a child to the appropriate authorities. Rape is instinctively abhorrent, and shame on anyone who makes excuses for him, amirite?
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