If you're reading this, you should know that my name is Ben.
My birthday is on June 29th and I fully expect presents.
I'm not gonna make this a list of music and quotes that represent me; I can speak for myself.
Those of you who had a great taste in music and used to be in here, I'm sorry.
I'm still trying to get my life on track and toward college, we'll see how that goes.
I love my girlfriend Rachel. A lot. A lot a lot.
I'm a liberal.
I am ___.
I am pro equal rights.
Tim McIlrath comes as close to a god as anyone there is.
People here are cool, but people on formspring are the ultimate cool.
Will is a big Justin Bieber fan.
Daniel loves the Steelers.
Chris is a total nut.
Conor knows that American football is better.
Bubsy is a little chump.
Ben got banned lolol.
Rachel is amazing and the love of my life.
It's quite disappointing that when the most highly respected religious authority in the world tries to bring a little tolerance and brotherly love into the church, his subordinates immediately strike it down, amirite?
It is intolerant, but it isn't necessarily bad. If people discriminate against someone because they're different and they don't tolerate them, it's not bad for me to stand up to that person. But yes, technically it's intolerant.
When a show hides something from you like what the G in GIR stand for (Invader Zim) or where Fez is from (That 70's Show), it should be mandatory that the creators of the show tell the truth when the show is over, amirite?
The US claims to have separation of church and state but in reality that's all but eroded away after decades and decades of abuse. It's time to get back to basics, so to speak, and remove religion for the government once and for all.
Of course religious people have the right to vote, but at the same time they should be aware that their individual religious values apply to them and not the entire country, and government should be run with that understanding.
I'd say that people are born not understanding differences, but the proper education and parenting can show kids that differences aren't something to hate. I'm not saying we'll eliminate discrimination, but we can try, and it's all worthwhile.
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