Ha! That's a different way to look at it. :)
YOU MUST have grilled cheese
Come on, Trooper. just one little bite of grilled cheese? :)
i will mail you some:)
dang.... thats too bad cuz I was really going to mail you some:)
It's what we do out here:)
just to show support to those being bullied
you don't have to:)
well, i don't own pink, but i bought a shirt just for today...
no, I have been bullied, and wanted to support those who are being bullied
Should have posted this yesterday. I usually wear my pink shirt on Thursdays. :)
It's wednesday out here
Or maybe I should have looked at this post before dressing and going to work. :)
Could you please explain something to me? I get that it makes people feel good to make a purely symbolic gesture, such as wearing pink one day a year in opposition to bullying...but wouldn't it be more effective to just stand up to bullies whenever you see it happening? If everyone willing to wear pink today would just speak up or act every day that they see bullies in action, there would be no need of an "anti-bullying day".
i agree to this, but as i cant help the fact that my school does this, I just go along with it
The story behind why people wear pink to promote Anti-Bullying Day is actually quite touching.
Why are there so many days associated with the color "pink?"
Because women rule the world.
not all women like pink!
Yes you do, at least domestically.
Yes, domestically and in most other Westernized countries.
By "domestically" I was referring to in the home not geographical location.
OK, that too. :)
You've got the humor going in high gear today Linn. You're usually so serious. Keep it up; I like it.
LOL ... I have my moments.
You make a reasonable point, Sundance. That is until a couple of bullied kids grab some guns and head to school. We left natural selection as soon as the first community made rules/laws.
Are you saying that atheists can't understand or have morals?
Well, civil laws and moral laws are only as strong as the enforcement available. The point is, it has nothing to do with natural selection. IMHO.
I'm not so sure about that. Murder would be one big example. I agree that it is not illegal to be greedy, or lustful, or even slovenly, but stealing, slandering, killing, and lying are at least addressed in civil law.
I agree. Do you think that during the 30,000 some years before Christians, Jews, or Muslims that there were no moral codes taught to children by their parents or the leaders of their tribes?
One can be an atheist and still act morally.
Then I misunderstood what you meant. I interpreted what you said to mean that you couldn't be moral and be an atheist at the same time.
Nope...I don't bully and i'm not wearing pink..
i mean you could just do that