Education system fail. This post is kind of scary..
At least most of the people that commented seem to know what's up.
They may be able to go to a "good" school, but maybe not the best. In cases like you've said where the only reason they went there was to get far away, I agree that it's a little ridiculous, but I find it hard to believe that there weren't other factors influencing their decisions.
But for example, my major is only offered at about 10 schools in the country, so there are specialized programs out there where a person may have to travel a bit to go there. Most people probably won't have that interest, but it is a possibility.
I'm sorry all your friends will be far away from you, but I also think that maybe going off on their own, and away from all of their friends will force them to try new things and be with different people, while if they were closer to home and current friends they may not experience as many things because they could fall back on hanging out with the same people.
This sounded familiar to me too. Not the exact wording, but I'm pretty sure something similar has been posted.
That one is a similar idea, there may be more too.
I think it (he/she) would mess up my hair. :/
This makes me nervous about eating out, because I can't remember what I say... I don't mean to say anything rude. :o
I think I say "Can I get ___?" and then if they say yes, then I say thanks. If they say no, I say (in my head) "oh shit oh shit, pick something else, quick!"
I hope this is acceptable..
(IsaidWhat?): I think anything other than a social studies class that teaches about all religions in schools is going to have some issues with anything dealing with God or religion or any of that because of the separation of church and state. Although that's not even in the constitution or anywhere like most people think it is. But whatever. We have freedom of religion, including the freedom to have no religion.
I've never heard of any people fighting to make churches take down crosses though.. And I think that you are judging a lot of atheists that aren't that extreme. Just like people judge a lot of Christians (or Muslims..) that aren't as extreme as the few who go out and protest things.
You cannot think that it is a large percentage of atheists that want churches to take down crosses. I've never heard of this happening anywhere, is there a link you could show me so that I can understand how you think so many atheists care enough about this?
haha, Cheesebob Squarepants.
(IsaidWhat?): I'm not really sure what you're referring to, I don't think I keep up on all current events as well as I probably should.
But I'm sure whatever it is, it isn't every single atheist fighting to take down things. I'm sure many don't care and aren't bothered by it. Which was the point I was trying to make. Some people are very outgoing and are very much against what other people believe (whether they're against people who are religious or people who are against people who are atheists or agnostic or from a different religion) and we all know that happens. But I think the majority of people are able to have respect for others beliefs and can deal with differences.
I'm in Michigan, in the U.S. and I've never seen HP sauce anywhere but in the UK.
@340630 (Skyl3r): The HP in HP sauce stands for Houses of Parliament, which are pictured on the bottles. I like to eat it with french fries/chips.
Because Walt Disney was even alive when they made Aladdin or The Little Mermaid?.. I thought he died in 1966 or something.
At least you spelled Wisconsin right.
I think this site has some interesting maps showing differences in soda/pop/coke/other in the U.S. http://popvssoda.com:2998/
And I don't think calling something pop because it makes a popping sound is stupid. There are much dumber names for things that make a lot less sense out there.
You just need to turn your head the right way... [:
Haha, it was actually a very popular video (my parents even saw it, which should tell you something) featured and mentioned on many sites, so they were just referencing a current pop culture event, like that show and others tend to do. That's what makes it funny.
And as an earlier comment says, they even mentioned the youtube video in the episode.
What do you mean "when you were a kid"? Haha, when my NES acts up, I still do that to fix it.
I only use it on colored construction paper or when coloring Easter eggs :)
So yeah, I've had the same once since I was like 7.