QUIZ #3  
A lefty incessantly posts spam because:
 
a. Like in many lefty cities (where there is little enforcement of laws against rioting and looting, as long as these are done by lefties), there is little enforcement of rules here against spamming.
 
b. He is a narcissist.
 
c. He is an alcoholic.
 
d. He is deranged.
 
e. All of the above.
 
Amirite?
@Thinkerbell Because, "Katie," you and your sock alter egos are running a false-flag spam operation, that's why.  Hmmm...

I don't even know what that means. I just want to a) stop seeing his radical right wing stuff and b) stop seeing your posts about a drunk lefty spammer.

Also I still can't figure out why you think I have multiple accounts here...

Parents: Teens don't want you to take their phones away, but that isn't because their too attatched to see it go. They resist because we really want to have control over it, and it's healthy for us to want that control over the things that belong to us, because we're getting more independent. So just. Find a better method. Amirite?
@Toounknown Learn to put it down yourself , so they wont want to...maybe leave it in your room at dinner

Assuming I use it at dinner, are we? 😂 (I don't, by the way.) I'm not talking about when someone is using the phone too much, I'm talking about using it as a general punishment for literally anything.

Parents: Teens don't want you to take their phones away, but that isn't because their too attatched to see it go. They resist because we really want to have control over it, and it's healthy for us to want that control over the things that belong to us, because we're getting more independent. So just. Find a better method. Amirite?
@Toounknown Learn to put it down yourself , so they wont want to...maybe leave it in your room at dinner

You are automatically assuming I'm constantly on it, but I'm actually not. Actually, very few teenagers are on their phones the amount most adults imagine they are.

Star Wars will make your kids turn gay

Is this sarcastic? Lol I feel like this is sarcastic

Everyone on this site basically has the feeling of Harry potter > twilight, but u know what Star wars > Harry potter... Actually Star wars > than any other movies, amirite?

Star Wars movies > Harry Potter movies.

But Harry Potter was originally books, remember, and the books are absolutely fantastic. Granted, I do slightly more enjoy the story of Star Wars, but given my general preference for books, I'm going to have to say Star Wars and Harry Potter are equally good and each have things about them that are better than the other.

The Star Wars books are great too, especially the ROTS novel, but of course, they were originally movies.

Anyway I'm kind of rambling, my point is they're both great. Lol.

Star wars Episode 2 (phantom Menace) is the best star wars film ever made, amirite?

Do you mean Episode 1 Phantom Menace or Episode 2 Attack of the Clones? I mean neither of them are as good as Episode 3 Revenge of the Sith...

Star Wars: The Revenge of the Sith is the saddest and most depressing of all the Star Wars movies, amirite?

For SURE. And honestly that was what made it the most amazing movie of all time lol

A family friend of ours recently had a Star Wars themed wedding. The groom came dressed as Darth Vader and the bride as Princess Leia. You would think someone who likes Star Wars enough to base a wedding off of it would have caught this incestuous flaw, amirite?
Im lazy and half ass my arguments towards pointless conversations, amirite?

Same here lol especially since the internet is basically a toxic place where everyone argues about everything

Star Wars geeks: Clone Wars starts tomorrow! You're super excited, amirite?

Idk why people weren't super excited I mean Clone Wars is awesome

The last three syllables of "Hubba Bubba" sound exactly the same, amirite?
Let's walk through a hypothetical. A world in which parents, when they had children, lied to them about a made-up person who would occasionally visit their house. The parents use this lie to make their children do what they tell them to do, as well as to make them prepare the house for this mysterious and made-up guest and bake and leave out sweets or presents for this made-up guests, which the parents would take for themselves. They get their children excited about this fake person they will never see, and make them believe that he buys things for them when he indeed does not. Amirite?
(Santa Clause)
@2928280

That's just not what Christmas is to me. If all Christmas is to a child is believing that a guy with a beard is bringing you toys... that's really sad. I mean, I celebrate it as a Christian, but even in a non-religious way, do you want Christmas to be a consumer thing or a spending time with family and giving each other gifts thing?

Getting a trampoline from Santa Clause was fun, but it would have been more meaningful to know my parents answered my request for a trampoline rather than bearded guy who gets you whatever you want. Also, teaching kids to make Christmas lists/write letters to Santa Clause is a terrible idea. It teaches children not to be happy with what they have and to not believe their parents would get them what they want - and it also encourages wanting more different things than what they have.

Once, when I was seven, my mother got a video of me on "Santa Clause's" lap and he asked what I wanted for Christmas. I felt put on the spot because even as a seven year old, I really was happy with what I had and didn't really have a Christmas list. So I just said, "Anything. ...World peace." All of my mother's facebook friends and their facebook friends thought it was staged. It wasn't. Belief in Santa Clause is ruining the idea that a child can be selfless and not just care about getting presents.

Believing in Santa Clause is most definitely not one of the happiest memories of my childhood. I wish I never thought there was some stranger bringing me Christmas presents. I wish I had thanked my parents for getting me things instead of believing that a random red-suited guy actually cared about what I wanted.

FAIRY  POWER  ALWAYS  KICKS  LEFTY  SPAM, amirite?
@Thinkerbell An idiot I may be, but not quite so much of an idiot as to believe your tall tales.  

If being in high school and on social media is a tall tale nowadays, I don't know what to think anymore. 😂

The Empire Strikes Back is the best Star Wars movie, amirite?

Revenge of the Sith is the best and nobody will change my mind.

Let's walk through a hypothetical. A world in which parents, when they had children, lied to them about a made-up person who would occasionally visit their house. The parents use this lie to make their children do what they tell them to do, as well as to make them prepare the house for this mysterious and made-up guest and bake and leave out sweets or presents for this made-up guests, which the parents would take for themselves. They get their children excited about this fake person they will never see, and make them believe that he buys things for them when he indeed does not. Amirite?
(Santa Clause)
@2928280

My parents also used it to guilt trip me. "If you don't do what we tell you to do, Santa won't bring you presents." Now they use other things, like taking away piano lessons or not letting me do sports anymore. But when it was Santa Clause, it made me feel more powerless to make any arguments about anything, even if I really felt like I was right. Parents also use it to scare their kids into obedience. There's no point in using Santa Clause at all.