actually, they didn't call him a murderer. they said
"In a nutshell, our position is this: He isn't the Buddha, he's a human being, and human beings have a long way to go before they think before they act." so, i don't know where you're getting your info.
article here: http://blog.peta.org/archives/2..._and_the_f.php
i.. please tell me you're joking?
oh dang. now i feel like a jip. D: oh well.
THANK YOU. oh my god. so many people i know do this. it's like, why are you getting all pissed at them? your boyfriend is the one you trusted and HE was the one who was supposed to love you, not the girl.
Yeahhhh, I don't think that's love..
It would have been faaaaar too complicated to create an entirely new language, let alone ensure every American became fluent in it. Pretty much all the languages used today have ancient origins- you can't just 'come up' with a new language on a whim. That being said, however, I think it could be argued that America does have it's own form of english that deviates significantly from the english spoken in the UK. We use different slang, different common phrases and terms, have different accents, etc. But addressing your native American point- yes, in theory, to stay true to the 'real' language/culture of America, we would have to embrace the native culture. Unfortunately most Americans like to ignore this.
lapras is right- it's a safety feature created for security measures. specifically if you're trying to escape from an attacker.
Can't tell if OP meant 'pack of snickers' or 'pair of sneakers'...
actually, native americans and vikings 'discovered' america wayyyyy before columbus. in fact, columbus only discovered islands in the Carribean area. Nothing except Puerto Rico is part of America there.
how about you stop calling people dumbass? it makes you look like a prick.
This post just basically says "If you were a candy, you'd fuck the green m&m."
If anyone is interested, a girl actually did a really interesting social experiment a couple years ago concerning the content of seventeen and how it affects its readers.
Here's the blog if you want to go through it!
dude. i'm 16, it's sunday morning. i'm fucking working on a paper and watching cartoons. of course i don't have a 'life'.
i could be wrong, but isn't that like if someone was on trial for say theft, and you decided to not punish them as harshly as you would another because they have kids?
personal life does not come into play; that just creates more prejudice. i don't care if it would be better for the families, if we started doing that then next thing we'll start making shit cheaper for people from broken homes and giving them more privileges than others.
people should get paid for their ability to do the job right. end of story.
i actually understand the concept of believing strongly in a religion. that's not my point. my point is that OP is pushing his beliefs on everyone and making offensive remarks when he has no proof to back it up. you can't use religious points in an argument because they don't constitute as facts. i'm not saying OP's religion is wrong or stupid, i'm saying that MANY people assume that their beliefs are the only right ones, so don't act like you're somehow infinitely wiser than everyone else.
i don't understand how i'm being intolerant, because honestly, THIS POST is the intolerant thing here. i'm defending mine, and other people's rights to practice any type of belief that they want (so long as it doesn't hurt anyone). OP is comparing homosexuality to murder. i mean really? he quoted the bible. awesome. watch me write a book saying "homosexuality is completely fine", get a bunch of followers, and then quote it. it's a shit argument.
HEY. I WAS JUST GOING THROUGH MY OLD COMMENTS AND I KNOW WHAT YOU'RE TALKING ABOUT NOW. 3 MONTHS AGO YOU SEEMED LIKE AN INCOHERENT FREAK BUT NOW I GET IT AND I'M SUPER EXCITED. It's from this video, btw