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Jun 23rd 2011 5:55PM It is sad that you're so prejudice (aka: Ignorant) as to lump people together via their race. Yet, I bet you call out 'racist' any time someone does that to you. Racism works both/either/or/all ways, my friend.
PS. I'm white and I don't think anyone should interfere with their way of life. We should leave them be peacefully.
Jun 22nd 2011 3:37PM There were no winners here. Unless you count the lucky people who they didn't take down with them. Tragic but senseless and needless accident. I do feel for their families. Their families get to suffer thanks to these two guys choices to get loaded and get into a car. Their families don't deserve this kind of pain. No one does. But they did bring it on themselves with very very poor choices. You can rarely live on the edge like that for this long without something tragic occurring.
May 26th 2011 10:29PM Not really possible to drastically change the child's outlook on life considering people, whether they mean to or not, do gender stereotype and since his/her own family know his/her gender, they are going to do this whether they mean to or not, to some extent. Also, the child will have hormones and gender body parts to contend with. I'm all for open mindedness and accepting people for who they are, but this could also backfire and create identity problems where there needn't be any.
Feb 8th 2011 6:36PM I love Janet Jackson, but why they're making a fuss of this, I don't know. I haven't met a human being alive who wasn't verbally abused as a child, or as an adult for that matter. Its a part of life, unfortunately. It doesn't make her better or worse than anyone else. This isn't profound knowledge or unique. I rather wish I were.
Jan 28th 2011 11:52AM Actually, that is a bit of a misconception. While yes, there are people with no life and in serious need of one, I find that my real life friends and family pressure me to create social networking accounts to 'keep in touch' outside of spending real time together. Its the new trend and most of us, if we still need contact with certain real people in our lives, have a hard time getting hold of them without these things. It sucks, but its reality.
Jan 22nd 2011 12:18AM You clearly haven't had the displeasure of watching any of the current reality shows. None of those reality show people have done anything to deserve their own show. They just exist and spew petty behaviors that people seem to like to watch.
Jan 12th 2011 2:28PM People have zero respect for themselves or one another these days, and I'm not even that old to be saying 'these days', its all so sad. Seriously, people have been given everything so personalized that they get completely caught up in being all so self-important they forget they aren't more important than any other human being on the planet.
Jan 12th 2011 2:24PM Its too bad most people don't care whatsoever that they're disrespecting everyone around them by chatting on their phones nonstop in public.
Jan 9th 2011 3:01PM Anyone else remember when TLC used to not be trash TV? Ah, the good old days. *sighs*
Oct 10th 2010 5:13PM @(Unverified) Sadly, some of us have friends who refuse to really interact with us any other way. I've a friend in another state who never answers her phone, emails or texts and says the 'best' way to get a hold of her is through facebook. What she really means is pretty much the 'only' way to. So it makes it impossible for the rest of us not to at least make an account when our friends spend so much time interacting on there. I put an account up, but only the bare minimum, I don't share private information or trust or care for facebook at all. But it is here and too many people are using it so we can't really ignore that fact.