+11Who even needs NASA for spaceships? I can pretend Neptune and Mars love each other without their help, amirite? More
+33It's pointless to judge people for how well they turned out given their circumstances, because if one standardizes for the circumstances of all the things a person doesn't have control over, there is only one possible outcome of a person's life.
+70When a family pet is experiencing serious health troubles and the only solution is to let them live with the condition or to put them down, most people are not bothered and understand it's circumstantial to choose the latter option. We take it upon ourselves to make the best decision in our minds for our pets since it's impossible to know exactly how they feel and what they would like to have done with their life. When it's a human however, and we do know how they feel and what they are going through, this option to relieve the pain and stress is absent. Voluntary euthanasia should be a right for humans with severe health issues, amirite?
+100Although I'm an inconceivable dot in the grand scheme of the cosmos, I take solace in that fact that I'm able to comprehend that. Insignificance is only a state of mind, but it is crucial in life so that we remain humble.
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+56That moment when you say "diagonally" instead of "Diagon Alley" and end up in the hood...Amirite?
+18Sometimes it's necessary to rebel when laws/rules are designed to empower and protect the people who make them, instead of the general population.
-29The notion that God is all knowing frees humanity of any blame for original sin, since God knew that we would make bad choices with our free will before He gave it to us. Either God intentionally created flawed creatures in a flawed universe or He tried His best to create perfect creatures in a perfect universe. If the first is true, then God is a sadistic jerk. If the second is true, God isn't all powerful. Either way, this is not a deity worthy of worship, amirite?