Also about men, war, and remove+2,586500 years ago when men went to war it was common for them to force their wives to wear chastity belts while they were away. Therefore, in the meantime, only a locksmith could remove these belts. This probably explains why 'Smith' is the most common name in the phonebook. amirite?
This user has deactivated their account.
Also about war-132if you like playing XBOX war games, why dont you just go join the army and fight in the war? amirite?
Also about men, lives, and gave+538We should forever be grateful to the brave men and women who gave their lives for this great nation, amirite?
Also about men and lives-359Employers should re-think how they pay workers. I can understand paying men more than females, seeing men are typically the breadwinners of a family, but employers should think about the lives of their workers. For example if one of the workers is a single mother of 3 kids, they should pay her the same as a male. And if a male worker has a wife who makes a 6 figure income, he can take a cut, a... amirite?
Also about lives, war, and court-63Stock market at record levels, unemployment lowest for African Americans in years, not a single war, ISIS practically eliminated, bureaucracy being eliminated, unemployment at an all time low, millions of lives saved by a virus created by an evil communist government because of imposed travel restrictions, vaccine created in record time, solid Supreme Court picks who are super smart, corruption being exposed, jobs returning to US shores, foreign countries no longer taking advantage of the US but President Trump loses to an old establishment bureaucrat with little to no significant accomplishments who didn’t even have a campaign, Something smells rotten, amirite?
Also about men and war+144Hitler was one of the most evil men in history. He ordered the mass genocide of 6 million Jews and was pretty much responsible for kicking off World War II. Although, on the plus side, if he hadn't have done all that there would be no Call of Duty: World at War, amirite?