+4Simon Says: blindly follow directions; Duck Duck Goose: life is a popularity contest; Hide and Seek: be quiet and stay out of site; Tag: avoid being chosen; Dodgeball: take advantage of weak people. We need new games, kids today deserve better rules then what we were taught.
Give the wealthy better healthcare, let the poor suffer and die. They deserve disease and death for being screwed by the system or not being born into the right families or social conditions. Those who stepped on other people's backs, stole their ideas, tricked them, lied, cheated, and threw others under the bus to get ahead deserve to be safer than those who's lives they destroyed. They also deserve to pay less taxes because they earned it! Even those who did absolutely nothing in their lives but get daddy's money and sit around picking their balls are more entitled to good stuff than those who've worked themselves to death and earned very little money. All hail the corporate despots. All hail the wealthy, those who've bought their right to moral superiority in the eyes of our leaders and their supporters. USA! USA! USA! Get Rich or die screaming!
+8We all have our own Karma. No matter whether rich or poor...destiny and luck effects us all. Amirite? More
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+6Disclaimer to religious people who are easily offended. There is barely a shred of evidence to a "loving" god in the world we live in today. If anything there is plenty of evidence to support a ruthless relentless god. Starvation, death, murder, profiting off of war. What kind of "loving" god would allow so many people to suffer and allow so many terrible people to live a life of luxury and decadence? It seems god blesses more of those who have enough money. There are plenty of people who keep faith during times of struggling and pain and to anyone who believes in god I am not ridiculing your life choices. Take a look at all the innocent people dying around the globe either from starvation or getting bombs dropped on them. Most of these people weren't raised with the same beliefs we were raised with, but since they aren't enlightened to OUR god does that mean they deserve to struggle? If God only blesses those who truly believe in him than he only cares about a small majority of people.
-7Am I the only one who thinks that strippers and porn stars earn way too much money? There's a lot of stress involved of course but there are people who struggle to feed their families working more than one job who deserve way more money. Stripclubs promote the idea of objectifying women and the girls and the establishment they work for get paid heavily for it. I understand the girls are comfortable with their bodies and their sexuality but it doesn't give the job any prestige whatsoevern
Enough is enough . Why should taxpayers be paying big bucks to keep criminals in prison happy and healthier than most of us? This link made me angry, http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2016/02/25/transgender-prisoners-deserve-surgery.html This makes me angry How about you More
+14When I was growing up, back in the 60's, someone gave me some advice on building friendships and relationships. They said the most valuable thing a person needed to learn, was to let the person they were with, know that they were important to me. The second, was to learn how to listen to the person I was with. I think many people have lost this over recent years. I took my wife to the movies last night. As we whispered back and forth, before the movie started, I looked around at other couples in the theater. Many were on their cell phones, checking messages or texting. They may as well have been alone. How many times do you see people with friends or families, in public places, or out to eat, and nobody is talking with each other? They are all on their phones. What is that telling those who they are with? Either you are spending time with someone or you aren't. Those who use a lame excuse that they can do both, need to re-evaluate their priorities. I once had a meeting with a Colonel back in the 80's as a young Captain. Before the meeting began, he took off his watch and set it aside. I didn't know it at the time, but he was making a symbolic gesture that although his time was valuable, I wasn't "on the clock", and he valued my time and conversation. It's a lesson I never forgot. I hope that during this New Year, you will also realize the importance of certain people in your lives and give them the attention and respect they deserve.
How Would You Respond to Presents You Would Rather Not Have Received ? Christmas Presents Here are ten useful phrases for responding to Christmas presents you would rather not have received: 1. Thanks a lot! 2. My word! What a gift. 3. Well, well, well ... 4. If I hadn't put on so much weight recently it would have fitted me perfectly. 5. Gosh, I hope I never lose this. We're always losing things around here. 6. It's great; but I'm worried about the envy it may create. 7. Just my luck to get this on the very Christmas I promised to give all my gifts to charity. 8. Unfortunately, I am about to enter MI5's Witness Protection programme. 9. Frankly, I don't deserve this. 10. Really, you shouldn't have. http://www.christmas-time.com/ct-jokes.htm More
+4I'm going to try really hard not to say just how disgusted I feel about this election but I hope you're proud of yourself for making us look like the jerkwad stereotypes the world always places on us. We have shamed ourselves and then elected a man who knows NOTHING about holding office as our leader. You deserve every misfortune he brings on you. More