You can't apparate out of a Fidelius Charm. Nerding out ftw!
What the hell...?
I'm no grammar nazi but holy shit...
That awkward moment when one person is an ungrateful brat and thumbed down.
The problem comes when you have dementia and alzheimer's patients. They're usually unable to live alone even while they're on medication. Once they stop taking their medication then they will quickly become confused/afraid/miserable. It is hard to watch someone with dementia while they're having a really bad day, it's extremely sad and pitiful. Even if they do think they want to go through with it, they won't die quickly. It will take months and possibly years of this horrible quality of life. No one really wants to go through with that.
If only. Some people (I used to) have skin that doesn't get clear with regular washing and medication. The best some people can do is to keep it at a certain level.
Thinking of a totally fictional animal is easy. Dr.Seuss did it all the time.
It is different when you're talking about something that is already a set limit. For example, you can't imagine a new color because there are only a certain number of colors in the color spectrum there aren't any more to imagine.
Down hill FTW!
"We're number one in the number two business."
YOU don't, your body does.
I don't think someone should just be allowed to choice suicide whenever they feel like enough is enough. These people are usually completely irrational at the time, and will live happy healthy lives if given enough time to calm down. However, I do think that people who are likely going to die from something else, such as cancer, should be allowed to choose to speed up the process to avoid the horrible end stages.
Your body is your body. Once you die you don't have anything to do with what happens to your body. You could technically go tap dancing after you die but it won't be you, just your body.
Moderation is the key =)
I would still classify it as literature, but as long as your opinion is educated in reading the book before condemning it then I think this is still a good post even if I disagree. :)
The founding fathers designed our system to be a Republic, not a Democracy. In the entire writing of the Constitution the only thing that wasn't contested was the electoral college system. Every founding father agreed we could not do without it. Something like 10-15 cities in the US would decide the entire election without the electoral college in place.
The electoral college gives a weighted vote to minorities so they are actually important when it comes to voting. To give an example, North Dakota wouldn't even have half a vote if the voting system went based on population. The minimum is 3 votes though so everyone in North Dakota has a very heavily weighted vote.