+29Frosted Flakes were advertised to make kids better at sports, even though the cereal is quite sugary and bad for you. The only explanation is that the kids were boosted by sugar rushes, am I rite?
+24Maybe parents suck at understanding kids because when kids say 5 minutes, it's never actually 5 minutes. amirite?
+24The most noticeable part of a kids growth is when they start calling you mom/dad instead of mommy/daddy, amirite?
+18im confused … If you get immunized , you can't get sick because you now carry the virus. So if an un-immunized kid catches that virus ,that would make the immunized child the carrier and the un-inoculated child would be the victim right? So it would make sense for immunized kids ( the carriers ) to be banned from schools not the other way around. amirite?
+13The far right and the moderate left believe basically the same thing: that there's a corporate shadow government which now controls the media, the government, and the "free" market, and which, to achieve that control, has secretly perpetrated every socioeconomic injustice in the history of our country, and to some extent even farther back. The core difference is that the far right wants to call that corporate shadow government "the jews," wants to blame EVERY jewish person for its existence, and wants to blame the victims of those past injustices for being unconsenting coconspirators. amirite? More
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-25WhenI was spanked by Daddy in my late teens, by the end, I was bawling incontrollably, screaming, dancing around, crying my eyes out because he really laid the belt in. Were my parents definetly right when they maintained that spankings does still have an effect on older kids who were frightened of becoming an adult? amirite?
+18Kids will never know the struggle of trying to jerk it to porn on 56k before your parents got back from running errands. Amirite?!
+13Kids films would be far less cutesy if the animals defecated as frequently as they do in the wild. amirite?
Alberta's debt 2006=surplus (under a conservative leader), 2006-2015 (also under conservative government)12.9 billion in debt, seems bad right? now try this, under NDP (far left leadership) 2015-2019, the debt is now in 50 billion in debt, it took only 4 years to completely dwarf what conservatives wasted in 10 years. the debt under the current corrupt left is set to reach 100 billion in debt by early 2020's and well on its way to a trillion dollars in debt, and what do we have to show for this debt? More
40% agreed socialism destroys countries/states/provinces they touch, depending on level of socialism will decide how fast the area goes into chaos 0% debt is good, give me my free stuff today I am entitled, let the kids grandchildren pay for my greed 30% socialist governments use taxes and and "charity" in the form of forced tax increases to line their own pockets, helping the poor or others is nothing more then luring using "candy" 20% socialism is bad to the bone 10% i like socialism because??? use logic please,
+6something i will never understand, is why conservatives are put under a far more critical viewing glass while liberals are untouched by criticism (in general), I am going to use Alberta politics as an example, 2006-2015 conservative government amassed 12.9 billion in debt, seem high right? oh those big bad conservatives they screwed alberta over, they are BAD BAD BAD!, NDP took office in 2015, and in one year (May 2015 to January 2016) went from 12.9 to 24 billion in debt, no one bats an eye, no one cares, everyone still blames conservatives. even conservatives don;t care that NDP doubled the debt in one year what took conservatives 9 years to amass. its disgusting. More
When we graduated from junior high, we were asked to select a song for our send off. The vote was “We are the Champions” Queen. It was rejected. Because of AIDS and gay and so on. It was left at that. No song replaced it. It just was what it was. At the “picnic” or whatever, this great kid came in with a boombox and blasted the song! Everyone cheered and clapped. He got thrown out. The thing I remember most about that moment is, nobody really knew he was. He was one of those kids the “popular” kids look down on. But, in that moment, he was a hero. And til this day, I remember him. More