"Lean Hot Pockets" is a bit of an oxymoron, <strong>amirite?</strong>

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The box actually says made with real cheese? A opposed to what... a melted plastic Sponge Bob toy?

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If you average that out over all organisms that would be true I guess!

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I was thinking more on individual basis. You know how some people say life isn't fair whenever something bad happens to them? Or the common belief that so many people out there have it better/worse than us? What if the "scale" wasn't in comparing ourselves to others nor by separate life events, what if it's in every person's separate timeline, no matter how short or long, they have just as much grief as happiness, making us all equal.

Of course I have no mean of measuring that since you can't really measure emotions but yeah, only a thought.

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The fact that I'm getting introduced to a new culture and its people in a different way to that the media promotes. I enjoy the debates a great deal, they have triggered a lot of thinking trains inside my mind, plus there's always something to provoke a good laugh when having a bad day.

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I would love to sit in on an English as a foreign language class just to see how they go about teaching it. Like is it similar to how we teach Spanish and French? Do they get excited about picking out names like Nick and Katie like we get excited about Pablo and Emilia?

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GolfWang GolfWang

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Yes, we do! It's often Sarah and John though, as far as I remember.

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I don't see why not. I was 14 when I started college and have just graduated architecture school at the age of 19, I turned out just fine!

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I will be able to vote yes on this soon

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Haha sorry, didn't intend to scare you off.
If you have passion for it; it will be as fun as it is tiring.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8jvb4vI_ISA

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I will be able to vote yes on this soon

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Unicorns

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I sure hope you know what you signed up for. (y)
Good luck, you'll need it.

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Juxtaposition, <strong>amirite?</strong>

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It's an amirite inside of an amirite!

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It's amiritenception!
No?
Oh well, I guess I'm just really punaren't. (wary)

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How do you classify a certain religion as "bad" to begin with? While I understand some people calling religion in general "the root of all evils", I fail to comperehnd your point. Please elaborate.

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I was once so frustrated at a term exam and wrote "eat me" on the back of my ID card and forgot to erase it afterwards, then this professor decided to go looking for the person who did it comparing ID numbers to student names until he found me, then someday in the middle of my college courtyard he held the ID card to my face saying "Was this you?".
It never hit me how embarrassing that was until recently..

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I depends on your idea of a revolution. A revolution is more than a military coup or overthrowing a president or political party. A revolution is when people realize that THEY need to change their own mindset and perspective of things. So (I'm assuming you're referring to Sudan) technically Sudan has never had one.
When I think of revolution I think of Japan or China, because they just came together despite their religious and ethnic differences, put their mind to improving their society and economy, and they just did it. No headlines, no books, no facebook events - just work.

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I'll have to disagree with you on one major point, I'm not sure whether you're familiar with Sudan's history or you just assumed I'm talking about it because it says I'm from there on my profile, either ways, people coming together despite of their differences to stand up united and call for change forcing those in charge to step down is definitely considered a revolution, it's a major twist in the mind set of those oppressed to acknowledge firstly that they don't approve of their current situation and secondly their great power and capability to bring the change they want to reality. Which has happened successfully twice here already, in the 60's and in the 80's long before Facebook and proper media coverage, and the third time is on its way.

Other than that, this post is pretty much saying exactly what you stated; revolutions are an ongoing process of pulling through until the development aspired for is achieved. The fact that change is needed here every 20 years as it seems means there's something missing in those uprisings, they did not ensure democracy on the long run, hence we're not doing it right.

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I'm not even a football fan and I know the exact score of each and every game, the time of the goals and detailed analysis of how the game went.

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well, it may do that in the short run and the powerful countries who control the sanctions have to be very alert and aware of the consequences. But forcing changes at the government level is a huge necessity in changing the lives of the people for the better and for the long term. We can't just let bad governments and oppressive leaders go unchecked and unaccountable

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I'm not saying they should be ignored, of course not. I'm just saying that the people are going to be punished even more than the leaders. Which on one hand is going to cause public upset; leading to local movement towards change (but leaders usually channel that public upset towards the countries placing the sanctions, claiming it's an evil plan to keep their country down and then they adopt the attitude of heroes standing up to injustice.) on the other hand it is very unfair. I believe it does more harm than good.

Other than that I agree, measures need to be taken on both government and local levels, the question is what is the nature of those measures on government scale that are going to prove most efficient?

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