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So under New York's new ban, having 64 ounce cups of soda will be illegal, but having 64 ounce cups of beer will not be. It's a good thing they've got their priorities straight, amirite?
So under New York's new ban, having 64 ounce cups of soda will be illegal, but having 64 ounce cups of beer will not be. It's a good thing they've got their priorities straight, amirite?

*effect. Sorry

So under New York's new ban, having 64 ounce cups of soda will be illegal, but having 64 ounce cups of beer will not be. It's a good thing they've got their priorities straight, amirite?
@AnyOfTheAbove Just because I can't buy a 32 oz soda for 1.99 doesn't mean I cant buy two 16 oz sodas for 0.99 each. What did that...

I also get what you're saying here but personally I find alcohol consumption as a higher priority due to its tendencies to be part of problems in the city. Yeah someone can be obese, but that's not going to have a negative effects on anyone else

So under New York's new ban, having 64 ounce cups of soda will be illegal, but having 64 ounce cups of beer will not be. It's a good thing they've got their priorities straight, amirite?
@Sun They're fighting obesity, not alcohol abuse. Since soda consumption is probably more prominent than beer...

Just because I can't buy a 32 oz soda for 1.99 doesn't mean I cant buy two 16 oz sodas for 0.99 each. What did that fix? Well, I saved one cent...

As much as the Holocaust was terrible, if it hadn't happened, the world's overpopulation problem would be MUCH worse, amirite?
@mashmallow515 Do you mind having the guts to not say it anonymously? And yes, I do still believe it's true. It was a tragic...

I understand your point and the Anon beig stupid but, how much of a difference would 20-40 million people make when you consider the world has 7 billion. It's not really all that significant.

Notifications give you a boner. amirite?

Someone commented on your post.

America is indeed influenced by Christianity. Gays cannot marry in most places because it is a sin against God. Abortion is morally wrong because it is murder. But opening the doors to our country unquestioningly and without hesitation to help the tired, hungry, and poor, (you know, showing mercy and compassion) even when it conflicts with our own interests, is still re-goddamn-diculous, amirite?
@Cuban_B Yes I understand all of that, and I agree with everything you said. However, my post is addressing the hypocrisy of...

Ah. The world just makes so little sense sometimes, doesn't it... It's often because the people who focus on the negative aspects don't consider them to be negative at all, but as such, it is simply their opinion. They have the right to be hypocrites. And if you were to try and take that right from them they would agree with you, but then oppose you. It's idiocy at its finest.

America is indeed influenced by Christianity. Gays cannot marry in most places because it is a sin against God. Abortion is morally wrong because it is murder. But opening the doors to our country unquestioningly and without hesitation to help the tired, hungry, and poor, (you know, showing mercy and compassion) even when it conflicts with our own interests, is still re-goddamn-diculous, amirite?
@Cuban_B No, a democracy cherry picking the most common religion of its people, making hypocrites of themselves. Either way...

Sorry for delay, but yes I have to agree, religion and government shouldn't mix.
But democracies themselves don't go out of their way to pick a religion. They are influenced by their people, more so than any other type of government, whether it be representative or direct. A democracy reflects the will of the majority. If you wish to disagree with the majority, then I stand by your point. But democracy is not the problem. Gays cannot marry NOT because it is a sin against God, but because the majority of the people believe it to be. It's all based on the perception of the majority.

America is indeed influenced by Christianity. Gays cannot marry in most places because it is a sin against God. Abortion is morally wrong because it is murder. But opening the doors to our country unquestioningly and without hesitation to help the tired, hungry, and poor, (you know, showing mercy and compassion) even when it conflicts with our own interests, is still re-goddamn-diculous, amirite?

Wow. A DEMOCRACY influenced by the most common religious grouping if it's people. Would never have guessed....

It's awkward when you're trying to insult someone's intelligence over the internet and you make a typo. amirite?
no Steve Carell = no Office, amirite?
@Ram27 Yeah. He's doing fine, and not having Steve Carell is fine, but the other areas of the show are screwing it up...

Agreed. Show shod have ended when it was ahead. I'll be depressed when the Office loses all of it's initial luster and goes off-air without anyone even caring. :(

no Steve Carell = no Office, amirite?
no Steve Carell = no Office, amirite?
@I don't know. I was starting to get sick of being embarassed over Michael, so..

I can agree, but it's hard to continue a show without the frontman, you know? Like how journey dropped Steve perry.