Constantly trying new thing is one of the most exciting things you can do in life, surely?
Union Chiefs you've arguably got a point, but the reason people aren't mad at the wages Ecclestone and Blatter get is that they aren't responsible for one of the world's most comprehensive financial collapses in history.
Because that would make commerical sense.
There's probably just as many, if not more, people voting for Obama so they don't have to vote for Romney - you probably just don't mind it as much because you're a democrat, or have leftist leanings.
Ultimately, this is the problem with 2 party politics.
Also known as 'The Bono Conundrum'
I think you're underestimating the stupidity of undecided voters when it comes to politics
It's generally meant to mean that for the overwhelming majority of people, the worries, challenges and stresses of high school are absolutely nothing compared those of adult life. At least that's how I take it!
This is rather what I mean. It doesn't matter what your biggest complaint is; it's stilll totally inconsequential in the grand scheme of things
I think humans are basically just hardwired for this, if I'm honest. At the moment, Hurricane Sandy is getting massive coverage in the UK cause it could hit the US eastern seaboard; yet earlier in the year massive floods in Thailand, Bangladesh and landslides in Brazil that affected many millions more had hardly any coverage.
I think it's because you naturally have more empathy with people from a similar background, which I guess you could define as a form of prejudice against others..
The apocryphal story has it that people started saying 'bless you' when people sneezed during the black plague, cause a sneeze was a sure sign you were probably going to get ill and die.
A condition generally know as 'bipolar disorder' :D :(
I'm disagreeing with this just to be stubborn!
How about more stringent gun laws? Seems fairly obvious to me.
Surprising? Yeah. Upsetting? Hell no!
Both are hugely talented bands, and individually Queen were probably more musically talented the Beatles, but I wouldn't say they're better in every aspect. No way.