It is intolerant, but it isn't necessarily bad. If people discriminate against someone because they're different and they don't tolerate them, it's not bad for me to stand up to that person. But yes, technically it's intolerant.
You can control your reactions
Of course religious people have the right to vote, but at the same time they should be aware that their individual religious values apply to them and not the entire country, and government should be run with that understanding.
I'd say that people are born not understanding differences, but the proper education and parenting can show kids that differences aren't something to hate. I'm not saying we'll eliminate discrimination, but we can try, and it's all worthwhile.
I've always thought that if there is a god, it wouldn't matter if you believed in it, but how you were as a person. Idk though, no one really can.
Cults generally don't result in mass suicides either. The word "cult" just has a negative connotation.
How oblivious of you.
I'm glad for the life I have because I know it's better than most, partly because of where I was born. That doesn't mean I should be proud to be born where I was. If you think pride is about nationality, you're wrong.
One of the waiters at Buffalo Wild Wings knows my usual.
That doesn't make him a better doctor, it just makes his job harder.
Technically if the result of the act causes happiness to people like you, then by definition it isn't terrorism.
Why shouldn't songs be taken seriously?
Time travel is such an interesting concept that we don't really know what would happen. For all we know someone else could come along and create similar religions.
Anyone interested in time travel should read this: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/11/22/63
It's really not that bad, I think the problem is most people haven't heard that word before.
A lot of the best musicians are ones that actually got a good education and are incredibly smart.