Also about religious and political+33You cannot have both freedom (as proposed in the U.S.) and equal representation of all peoples (perticularly religious and non religious) on the same "ship". There will continually be disagreement and political strife. Amirite?
Also about religion, religious, and belief+27Our beliefs should not be chosen based on the potential benefits, the potential consequences, and the morality of different religions. Rather than considering how we can benefit from our beliefs, we should be asking ourselves "Does this make sense?" Furthermore, we must realize the morality associated with our religious belief in no way affects the validity of our religious belief. Even if it were true that your religion is "necessary for morality," that doesn't mean your religion is valid, amirite?
Also about religion and religious+15It's ridiculous when people say gay marriage should be illegal. They claim that marriage is originally a religious idea, and was only between a man and a woman, but a) If it's religious, then any religion can decide who can and can't get marry and then literally ANYONE or ANYTHING could get married, and b) It clearly isn't strictly religious anymore because we're dealing with a matter of the state, and should have nothing to do with church or synogogue, amirite?
Also about religion and noun 1-17Hell (noun) 1. In religion, the land under Earth. 2. Mario Kart. amirite?
Also about religion, religious, and political+8People of different religions usually live in harmony with each other. But some antisocial religious and political leaders can't tolerate peace. So, they keep trying to make people fight against each other on the basis of religion, AMIRITE?
Also about noun 1+150Limit - noun - 1. The final, utmost, or furthest boundary or point. 2. A value that cannot be exceeded. Somehow almost nobody understands this word when it's in the context of a speed limit. If it's a limit, then you should always be at or below that speed. You should NOT be tailgated when going 24 or 25 in a 25mph zone, amirite?