I bought a black shirt with a really cool orange sunset over the ocean and tiger eyes in the sky. A few months later, Raven was wearing it in a new episode of That's So Raven, only a Bedazzled version. I was all "LOL", then changed the channel.
I just apologize too much. For everything, out of habit. -shrug-
Sorry, I don't go to that site either.
Haha, well, thank you for that interesting observation. I have never been to Sickipedia, so thanks! (:
Because it's clever? Or just because? Because I've never heard or seen it. Sorry, Charlie.
or trees become sentient and go after beavers. And that really isn't very often unless you live in the wild. We live in a human-created world. Planes, trains, and automobiles; computers, television, video games; vodka, hamburgers, shoes; schools, libraries, churches. We are surrounded by people and their actions. If you get into a car wreck, it's most likely due to being intoxicated, a car malfunction, or even just plain stupidity. All of those are the result of people, not nature.
I don't believe a common perfect world can exist, not cannot. Whoops.
Perfect is an opinion, and opinion's are that person's
own. An opinion can only be disagreed with, not proven moronic. You have not seen what they've seen, heard what they've heard, felt how they've felt or you wouldn't be you. You would be them and, in being such, will share their opinions. I don't believe a common perfect world is achievable, but that we each have the idea of our own perfect world and how it would work. We strive to make our perfect world, but cannot succeed. That doesn't mean, however, that there shouldn't be change or progress towards the goal of real world perfection.
I clearly stated at least I saw it that way, and did not speak for anyone else. Who am I to speak for even the speechless? I am OP and I most certainly don't believe a common perfect world cannot be created: you can please some of the people some of the time, but you can't please all of the people all of the time. Hell, you can't even please SOME of the people all the time. As I stated in a comment I made to someone else in this thread, everyone has their own perfect world and compares the real world in some way to their perfect one. It's how we come up with a feeling towards something or a desire to change something about our lives. I am speaking about the actions of PEOPLE, not NATURAL actions because we can't change the weather or decide what two tectonic plates should overlap without the actions of PEOPLE. Unless you live in the wild, actions of PEOPLE affect you close to 100% more than NATURE. The only time that isn't so is when there's a big storm or an earthquake or trees bec...
I definitely did not. I'm not sure I even know what that is tbh... But thanks?
Argument? I was simply asking, but thank you for believing it was an argument. You did however use the phrase "it's a part of life", which stands out (to me at the very least) to be the biggest apathetic, pessimistic phrase out there next to "I don't care". You are insinuating that "it's a part of life" so we should just put our big girl panties/big boy pants on and get over it. Why not put on our big girl panties and try to change it? Why not try to keep kids from driving drunk in bad weather (or any weather) and killing three other teens, paralyzing one from the neck down, and traumatizing one of the killed's brother by forcing him to witness the scene? Why not try to stop the murders and rapes and unnaturally caused deaths? Change is a bigger part of life than misery.
Not retarded. They're just expressing their views. That's what this site is for, amirite? ;) I appreciate everyone's comments simply because it's refreshing to have someone tell your their opinion, their honest opinion.
So we should not strive to create what we believe is a perfect world? Should we give up on trying to get rid of rapists, murderers, and incompetence simply because "it's a part of life"? Perhaps we should get rid of human law and governments and be under anarchy? Maybe we should give up looking for the next medical breakthrough because, oh well: if it was what the world wanted, we would have a cure for cancer, diabetes, autism, and paralysis readily available to us already?
I shall gladly take that as a compliment! Haha.