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Nah. I like Green Day quite a bit, and while Macy's Day Parade, Warning, and Christie Road are all some of my favorite songs by the band, I also quite enjoy 21 Guns, Wake Me Up When September Ends, etc... you can't define someone's love of a band by which songs are their favorites, it's entirely subjective.

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It's the smartest stupid humor I've ever seen. If anything, it's intelligently witty.

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Actually the five languages derived from Latin are Spanish, French, Italian, Romanian, and Portuguese. English and German are not derived from Latin. Bit I see your point.

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English is a germanic language, but about 60% of our words derived from Latin.

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Species evolve over thousands of years to behave in certain ways. I've heard of more advanced species that have developed behavioral patterns and was wondering why insects and bugs hadn't done the same. The post does appear fairly stupid, but I did actually think about it. I also realise this is a terrible explanation, but I'm tired and my I'm using a mac right now (no)

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Evolution can take millions of years, even billions in order for a significant change to develop, so maybe bugs are working on it right now but all the changes have been so benign we can't see them yet? I guess the post could have some semblance of truth, since it's sort of like a less-natural version of natural selection. The only issue is that flying near people isn't a genetic trait, so to speak, it's an action, even though you'd think bugs would eventually realize it was dangerous and stop doing it, which wouldn't have anything to do with evolution at all, it could happen overnight since it's really a behavioral change.

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I live in Colorado. I think i quite possibly get more snow on any given day than both of you combined.

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Disagreed, becasue neither of them are as hot as Danny O'Donoghue.

Plus, Ryan Whatever-his-last-name is's eyes are way to big for his head.

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I can't disagree with the fact that Danny O'Donoghue is awesomesauce.

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So does doing homework, but I don't see anyone calling that a sport.

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I think what they meant was *physical* dedication, endurance, etc.

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Do they sell dancing supplies at ****'s SPORTING Goods store? I think not..

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SexKitten SexKitten

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Actually.... at my local sports authority, they sell a limited selection of dance shoes.

"dancing supplies"? *facepalm*

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Swimming doesn't have teams? *facepalm* Have you ever heard of a relay?

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You can swim without swimming on a team, and it's still a sport.

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Dancing is an ART form. Most people do it for fun. Some people do it for competition. That's only showing that they have passion for their TALENT. Sports are when they have a rules system set up that everyone follows. Dance is determined by judges, therefore is not a sport. Too many people associate dance with being for fun and an activity for it to ever be a sport. Now gymnastics is a sport. I will agree with that.

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Then what's the difference, you like gymnastics better than you like dance? They both fit the same criteria, it makes no sense for you to say one is a sport and one's not.

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Figure skating is a performing art, like dancing.

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What about running? It may not always have a goal or a definitive ending point, but it's still a sport...

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Hard work doesn't make it a sport. And the point I was making wasn't about teamwork, it was about how in dance one dancer or group of dancers sit on the sidelines while the other one performs (emphasis on PERFORMS). In a sport, people compete at the same time at the same place with their opponents.

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What would you say are the criteria for something to be called a sport?

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well I was referring to your calling this post stupid, but I was joking, even though it was sort of rude, but not really.
This explanation is rather lengthy, so I replaced it with half. :3

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Montezuma

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actually it was part of an argument with KickAss that got carried in here. learn the background before you assume!

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Coming from the person who thinks MLIA is relevant... anyways, I didn't comment to talk to you again, but I'm assuming that you had fun stealing water from uncultured African children. Have you figured out what a troll is yet? Goodbye Seto Kaiba.

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Seriously, don't tell me that you wouldn't love watching harry potter in class... that would just be unreasonable.

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Nope... this was just pure coincidence.

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Lkun Lkun

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I wish I had a lower IQ so I could enjoy your company...

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Today, while I was having a nerf gun war with waldo and Barney, a ninja came out of the crock pot to show us the way to Narnia! Mind. Blown. Then a dinosaur started fighting the ninja with marshmallow shooters. As they were fighting, my grandpa (Best. Grandpa. Ever.) took us into the closet to protect us. It turned out that the closet was a portal to my crush's house! We all watched Toy Story 3 and had a harry potter wand fight. Needless to say, I have a date next Friday. MLIA.

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Lkun Lkun

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1. do you stalk me just to disagree with all my posts?
2. but wouldn't that be really cool if it happened? that's my point.
3. Today I was supposed to be studying French. What did I do? Go onto Cleverbot and strike up a conversation.......in French. MLIA.

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