That, my friend, is an amirite "post," which you can either agree with or disagree with by clicking "Yeah You Are" or "No Way," respectively. I know it sounds a little complicated, but you'll get the hang of it soon enough.
I'm not sure a bikini top is the same as a bra. And gay marriage and regular marriage are clearly not the same thing; one has a man and a woman, and the other has two of the same sex. So this post's wrong on at least two levels. But leave it to amirite to overwhelmingly endorse a post that in any way promotes gay marriage.
Posts like this make me want to vomit
No accent, because the ideal woman doesn't talk at all!
Someone had to say it.
Meh, haters gonna hate, Americans gonna be American
The trees could just as easily be enemies.
Well, no, just winning two out of two possible medals doesn't put an athlete on par with Phelps. Just because one athlete wins 100% of the possible medals in his/her sport and the other wins 30% (just a guess) doesn't mean the first one is automatically as good or better. If the tennis player won both over multiple Olympic games (like Phelps), maybe the argument could be made.
Secondly, I think we should also consider how demanding it is for a swimmer to qualify for the final in each event and give maximum effort to win eight races like Phelps did in '08. Yes, tennis players also have to get through several rounds to reach the finals, but they don't have to also play a gold medal match every night.
Basically, I'd say you're right that tennis players don't get a chance to win tons of events, but that doesn't mean you can disregard the multiple events swimmers are allowed to do. And for the record, I'm not totally convinced Phelps is the best Olympian of all time, I just don't think this is the best argument against that notion.
Mules aren't donkeys. You're lumping all livestock into one category, and I, frankly, am quite offended.
Yeah, screw the Pythagorean Theorem, let's just guess how long the hypotenuse is!
Haven't cut my hair in over a year, get at me ladiezzzzzzz
Marriage is focused on gender and not race because it's an institution that historically has had procreation (which is limited to a male and female) as its central purpose. Race doesn't fit in anywhere in the definition or purpose of marriage.
Also, I'm not arguing that gay marriage is bad; I'm simply arguing that there's a fundamental difference between it and traditional marriage, namely, the genders of the parties involved in each marriage.
Someone needed to vent.