I think you and Mstwss would get along.
You know, both anonymous.
That's just as bad as keeping sports and dumping music and technology. Everyone should be able to have the opportunity to participate in music, technologies, sports, or academic clubs. If you want to be equal, then you have to support actual equality.
They look so stupid, but they're actually pretty useful. Well, they are for me, at least.
If that's the case, then I misunderstood the post. Apologies to OP if I did.
supporting sexuality =/= supporting religious beliefs
That's similar to saying that because Oreo supports homosexuality, they should also support that my favorite animal is an elephant.
One is a personal characteristic, and one is a system of beliefs.
I'm going to assume that you mean the shorts are too short. Honestly, it depends on who's wearing them. I have a friend that can wear really short shorts, and it doesn't look bad. That's probably because her shorts aren't two sizes too small. They fit her.
I do agree that, in some circumstances, it really doesn't look good, though.
@wc1234: That sounds like an awfully poor comparison to the "Eat that food on your plate because there are children starving in Africa."
You're forgetting that the depression that usually accompanies suicide is actually a mental illness. People don't choose to have depression, and the thoughts that go with depression are strong enough for that particular person to internally warrant suicide.
Sure, people who are suicidal are technically choosing to die or not, but they most likely also have a psychological illness that, for them, warrants it.
Bloodbending creates some of the worst sounds, too. The cracking, especially.
I think that's pretty true on this website especially. It's really not that big of a community, and not that many usernames are taken. I would understand the numbers for a really popular website, though.
Of course, everyone likes something different, and I respect that, but The Big Bang Theory always seemed like just another stereotypical sitcom. The only twist it offered was "nerdy" characters, which might make for a really witty show if it didn't follow the same plot trends as many other sitcoms.
It's too bad Miranda Cscgrove doesn't really work...
If you were even remotely on the right track, that'd be a paradox, not an oxymoron. An oxymoron consists of two words or terms. A paradox is just a contradicting statement...
So you are wrong. Twice.
Of course it will! Did you notice that it's a bit of a coincidence that a new, controversial feature was released on April Fools Day?
I'm sorry, can you repeat that?