I don't like them either but it's a lot lower on my list than 2A, abortion, election fraud, etc.
We literally used this system to choose the class turtle's name in 5th grade.
And I'm willing to bet it's more common to report them for STEM, accounting, etc. than for liberal arts degrees.
I don't care about it too much, either. I think it's amoral and literal murder, but I agree that we're probably better off if most of the people getting abortions don't have more kids.
Don't forget if your parents raised you well & you studied/worked hard and got a good job that you show up on time to and excel at, well, that's just, like, your privilege, man!
I'm not making excuses, you guys are just screeching. You sound like liberals. If the teacher said "can be" it isn't a controversial statement. It really depends on what they said.
I thought the rest of the state was mostly conservative? Not a lot you can do when you've got a megacity like that that votes overwhelmingly in one direction.
I mean, they can be in some cases. They just aren't on average because biology.
People don't realize that a sea is a smaller barrier to migration than a desert.
I disagree. Patriotism is right wing in 2020, so it really isn't vague.
Similar incidents. Attempting to play devil's advocate for conservatives on reddit only to receive ridiculous counter points or personal attacks. That made me see that TDS was real and I probably wasn't getting the full story, started following more neutral news outlets (honestly, still left wing ones, just not rabidly so). Followed Russiagate all along, read/skimmed the Mueller report, was shocked at how little wrong doing was actually done (basically amounts to Trump admin getting a little annoyed with the insurrection). Started following more right wing media and forums, realized people weren't all racists that want to send kids to religious indoctrination camps.
I doubt he even did that. Seems like a complete fabrication to sway public discourse. Trump says some shit sometimes but it doesn't even sound like something he'd say.
Yeah, I'm not an anti vaxxer under normal circumstances. I'm a little skeptical of covid vaccines due to the rush, though. Challenger happened because of govt rushing things due to public pressure.
Maybe it could be ready by November for use on high risk people like the extremely old or the heavily immunocompromised.
They're trying to use it to buff up their podcast service portfolio. They aren't worried about losing viewers on his show so much as they're worried about increasing users of their service.
How does she not understand that it doesn't matter even if it was a setup? Imagine a pedo caught caught by Chris Hansen calling foul because he was setup.
Yeah. I bought GW2 on release after hundreds of hours in GW1. Disappointment doesn't begin to describe that game.
Yeah.. This is objectively bad even if we don't like the person it's happening to.
It's harder than winning the senate. The House seats are assigned based on population, meaning the big cities and higher population states have more sway. The Senate is a little different considering Wyoming has the same pull as California.
Sure, but I was just responding to:
David Koresh did nothing wrong.
David Koresh did nothing wrong.
There are survivors from the cult that confirm it. I'm not saying it's physically impossible that they were coerced into lying about it, but is it so hard to believe that the guy wasn't perfect? You don't have to believe that the siege/FBI overstepping was justified.
I know the wheels of justice turn slowly, but there's just been too many nothingburgers when it comes to this shit. This is good news, but I assume the same thing you do.
Mine was just a single switch from your Youth to Adulthood around 22. Growing up I kind of always just dismissed them as crazy cultists, but at some point you start to wonder why being a crazy cultist warrants an extended siege if you aren't breaking any laws.
Other than probably banging an underaged girl. Definitely doesn't warrant the siege, though.