-30The notion that God is all knowing frees humanity of any blame for original sin, since God knew that we would make bad choices with our free will before He gave it to us. Either God intentionally created flawed creatures in a flawed universe or He tried His best to create perfect creatures in a perfect universe. If the first is true, then God is a sadistic jerk. If the second is true, God isn't all powerful. Either way, this is not a deity worthy of worship, amirite?
+123So many blatant sexual allusions flew over your lil' head when you were a toddler/little kid, amirite?
+138It's annoying how everyone tries to correct your punctuation ever time you suggest eating grandma, amirite?
+150A relationship can end way before "I want to break up" as it can also start way before "let's go out"
+77It would be interesting if there was something like a comic con for amiriters so we could all nerd out and debate en masse. It would also be kind of funny going around like "Hey Janelle! Sup Len? How's it going Johnny?" to people you've never actually met before, amirite?
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+79Your favorite part of the Bible is when God gave Earth free will and then flooded it for not doing what he wanted
+56When people in the suburbs say "no biggie" they usually mean something isn't much of an issue, though in the hood, it's a tribute to their lost rap legend, amirite?
+91"Run forest run!" But alas the Amazon could not escape in time. Thus began years of horrible pollution and genocidal deforestation. The end.
+45The concept of punishment serves two purposes: to prevent a dangerous criminal from harming others, and to make (or make sure) prisoners know why such crime is wrong. If these two are accomplished, then it is wrong to keep a prisoner behind bars only to provide condolence to those harmed by the crime.