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Also about ticket and winning lottery+569If you found a winning lottery ticket in the trash, you shouldn't be legally forced to give any of the money to the person who bought it, amirite?
Also about impossible+46According to the law of conservation of mass, it is impossible to create or destroy matter. This disproves time travel as it would violate said law. Sending mass back in time increases the amount of energy that exists at that particular moment, and depletes it at the point in time from which the matter had been sent, thus deeming time travel physically impossible, amirite?
Also about Money & Economics-63The woke attack on the rich is nothing more then anttempted robbery, amirite?
Also about lottery, winning, and ticket+374It is weird how much worth we can give a piece of paper. Whether it is a one dollar bill or the winning ticket of a lottery, it is a piece of paper until value is given to it. Then it is just so much more. amirite?
Also about lottery, winning, and ticket+363There's a one in seventy chance of you getting hit by a bus, but nah, that won't happen to you. There's also a one in a billion chance of your lottery ticket winning the jackpot. That could happen, maybe it's your lucky day, amirite?
Also about Money & Economics+54It's not fair that when we bite our lip, we continue to bite the same spot, amirite?
Also by Tommyfrank+43Water tastes better when slurped straight from the tap. amirite?
Also by Tommyfrank+49A lot historically famous people characterized as "eccentric" were often just really, really into drugs. amirite?
Also about Money & Economics+61There should be a millenial edition of Monopoly where you just walk round the board paying rent, never able to buy anything, complete with baby boomer figures who do nothing but worsen the problem and blame you, amirite?
Also about exact and number+297Food for thought: the mathematical symbol Pi is a never-ending non-repeating decimal number, which means that any number combination you can think of exists somewhere within Pi. Converted into ASCII text, somewhere in that sequence of digits is your exact name, the exact date and time of your death, and the answers to life's greatest questions. It's mind-boggling to think that all this information can be contained within one symbol, amirite?