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Also about decision+209You find it stupid how high schools schools work, anyone can get good grades, and you have to make a decision for what you want to make a living but the decision making part of your brain doesn't fully develop till your 25, Your 15-18 self shouldn't dictate whether you succeed or fail at life, amirite?
Also about affected-106Most mental heath medication isnt for the affected ...its for who they live with, amirite?
Also about Philosophy+44You are so bored with life!
Maybe something's been troubling you you haven't quite figured out. Don't aimlessly point! Amirite?
Also about decision+83Any public gathering at any Donald Trump rally during the Coronavirus pandemic would be a careless, ignorant, foolish, fateful decision with devastating consequences and Donald Trump's decision to go through with the rally confirms Donald Trump's disregard for reducing the spread of the Coronavirus, the health of the people, social distancing and survival of the Coronavirus outbreak, amirite?
Also by Watchful_questioneer+47An action should be judged by what could have been predicted as a result of it at the time conducted, not in the future once the possible unforeseeable consequences are revealed, amirite?
Also about Philosophy+45Saying you don't like something isn't negative. amirite?
Also about decision-133FDR's decision to join the war as a result of an attack on US soil was met with a positive reaction by the people. 9/11/2001 happens and Bush's subsequent decision to start a war was the beginning of everyone hating him for no reason. Everyone says they hate Bush but they don't really know why. He was probably one of the better presidents we've had since FDR, amirite?
Also by Watchful_questioneer-10While dubstep has some enough notes and sounds to be called music, it lacks the sufficient chord patterns and organization necessary to classify it as actual songs, Amirite?
Also by Watchful_questioneer+9If one analyzes the cause of a person's actions in enough detail, one will eventually understand exactly what justified those actions in their mind. If all actions are justified by a person's genetics, surroundings, and experiences (which are based on the former two), then one can empathize with anyone, amirite?
Also about decision-375If Robert Frost took the road less taken by, wouldn't it mean that he made the wrong decision because most people make the right decision, amirite?
Also about decision+228Before you make a bad decision, you should write a note to your future self explaining why you're about to make that decision, amirite?
Also about Philosophy+89There must be people whose life almost entirely matches that of a fictional character. amirite?
Also about decision+469Imagine if every time anyone made some kind of decision, like what route to take to school, the universe split into different dimensions. One with one route that s/he took, then a bunch of others based on other possible routes. There was a split for each and every little decision made by each person in the world, and there are infinite dimensions in existence now. There could be one where nazism rules, one where we are all just tribes of simple people, and many more, amirite?