...it's like... trolling the troll!!! Ahh I crack myself up sometimes.
I could walk Naked with you if you'd like
Speak for yourself, grammar Nazi.
Well it's not totally pointless. It tends to help with the bully's insecurity problems. Still is mean though.
They had prehistoric elephants in the 1600s?
Life is about making mistakes. I had a prof that said she wishes everyone a lot of failure in life because success comes with failure and succeeding will be that much greater if failure is involved.
Improper spelling may not make the opinion completely invalid but it definitely can make it lose some validity. Typos happen and that should be taken into consideration but when "peeps start talkin lyke dis," it kind of puts their education and mental capacity into question. Not to mention it drives some people (like me) up the wall when they see someone typing like that.
But doing things you know you'll regret is also a mistake. Hopefully one that will be learned from. If you do learn from that failure, you'll eventually succeed somewhere else because of what was learned.
It's sad that people are killing themselves, period.
Take over Canada haha. They'd run headlong over the fiscal cliff, default all their debts and go into an economic implosion before they crossed the Canadian border. No country would have the resources to save them then.
I always day dream about how I would survive a zombie apocalypse. Damn you, Walking Dead lol
If they are, it's minimal at best. Especially compared to Canada where the price of tobacco products is at least 40% tax and I'd guess around 30% for alcohol.
This is true but it also tells more about you depending on whether you do it or not. It can also be contextual. You may know its wrong but you could be influenced into doing it (peer pressure) or it could be a situation where that may be a better option, even though it is still regretful. Also, while doing said thing, whatever it may be, you could learn other things not directly related to what it is that you're doing.
Another point: it's not degrees Kelvin (°K), it's just Kelvin (K). Sorry, it was bugging me lol