Agreed. I think it's more a matter of "would you be willing to fight for something you already have." I'm glad I don't have to fight to get a good education or for the freedom to practice my religion. But should occasion arise that these things required a "fight," I'd put up a dang good one.
I just feel like having homosexual parents is more of a cause to get bullied. I know if I went home after elementary school and told my parent's that "Sam has two dads and kids make fun of him for it," they would probably have more of an opinion on the subject than if I said he got bullied for having a goofy looking backpack. And as we all know, most young kids adopt the same viewpoints as their parents. But you're right, saying it's "more likely" or "less likely" is speculation and being completely illogical. So shut up everyone.
Ya why do I even have a cell phone? Sometimes I get calls from my work and I purposely don't answer because I don't want to work on my day off.
I agree that some homosexual couples could raise a child better than a heterosexual couple. And vice versa. However, what if the child is confused that it has "two moms" or "two dads?" What about getting bullied at school? Kids are mean and someone with homosexual parents is more likely to be ridiculed and bullied than if they had straight parents.
Ok so let's say that every person in school went without a cell phone. Can you imagine the commotion that would ensue with everyone and their dog waiting in line at the main office to make a phone call?
"Gosh I've been here two hours, maybe I should just walk home instead of having my mom come pick me up."
"I've been standing in line for so long, I forgot why I even needed to use the phone."
Idiots. I hope anyone who thinks this is a good idea trips off a curb and gets their legs ran over by a double-decker bus. I also hope it's right outside of a school where NO ONE WILL HAVE THEIR CELL PHONES TO CALL AN AMBULANCE. And no using the main office phone, there's already an hour long wait to make a call.
Well at least the 8 to 10 percent in the workforce are wasting their own money on drugs. not mine.
seriously people? who would disagree with this? Oh right, a mad, raging canine is waaaay cuter than this. duh
Redbox. Every time.
I always thought it looked like a pair of scissors
Cool story bro.
Dihydrogen Monoxide has been present at every school shooting and in the bloodstreams of every terrorist. I'm pretty sure Lance Armstrong was hopped up on some too.
Remember, if you put an "a" in the word definitely, then you're definitely an asshole.
If everyone would realize the effect their actions had on other people this whole issue could be solved.
Non-Smokers: when you hate, people get sad.
Smokers: Maybe stay in a designated place for smoking?
Harsh. The words "typoI" and "whe" sure bury the criticism deep in my soul.