Also about turn+728It's really annoying when the automatic sinks wont turn on for you, but as soon as your friend tries, it magically decides to turn on, amirite?
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Also about drive and turn+174Before you turn sixteen, you're so excited to drive and you think, "Yeah! Permit! Gonna drive all day, erry day!". Then when you turn sixteen and actually get it you're terrified to drive, amirite?
Also about drive and turn+305When you drive, it's interesting to think about the ripple effect your're having on traffic all over the city. Like, your right turn will cause another car to wait for you to turn, so he'll get to a stop light a little bit later and miss the green light, which will cause another car to be second at the light instead of first, which will cause them to miss a light somewhere up ahead, etc. Amirite?
Also about turn+540How does disney turn 5 minute long stories (i.e. "Sleeping Beauty") and turn them into two hour long movies? amirite?
Also about medical and training+167It's good to have doctors with lots of training to be able to diagnose anything, but diagnosing something like the cold or the flu shouldn't have to require somebody with a medical degree and having to spend tons of money for a very simple diagnosis, amirite?
Also about Health, Beauty & Fitness+40Young people dye their hair hoping everyone will notice. Old people die their hair hoping no one will notice. amirite?
Also about turn and profession+35Unpopular opinion: Lawyer isn't a dishonest profession. A lawyer's responsibility is not to state their opinion on guilt or innocence, but to state their opinion on what one must believe to justify believing guilt or innocence. This, in turn, is grounded in the idea that every crime deserves justice and every defendant deserves a fair defense. So, for example, the defense could believe their client is guilty, yet defend their client in court in good conscience, because they aren't saying they think their client is innocent, just that they see a way someone could reasonably think that, amirite?