Put me on your face... It will be fun...
- Jan 4, 2015
We've collectively (some more than others though) fucked the planet and society, so I doubt at this point it will ever happen. But it's too early in the day for those thoughts!And while in a perfect world nations and borders aren't necessary, the sad reality is we don't live in that world. Nor are we likely to see it in our lifetimes.
That's never not been the case, it just depends on what opinion it is and where you are spouting it off.Well as having an actual opinion today can get you in deep trouble, I'll just agree here lol
Uh. Yeah. Sure. Considering that slavery wasn't a massive issue until the mid to late 1860s, whereas the 13 star flag was crated in the 1770s, better known as the time when the US Colonies were created as a means for the colonists to get out from under British tyranny?
What's more, is that have any of these people ever heard of the Emancipation Proclamation?
Today he'd have serious trouble. There is a lot more I could say, but this isn't the time, place or medium for such conversations.That's never not been the case, it just depends on what opinion it is and where you are spouting it off.
I'd like to tell you a story, about a guy, a guy we all know, from Nazareth...
I'm too young for the 'Nam protests as well but looking at society from that era we seem to be at a similar level of idiocy. Possibly worse now. We just have a group of people who parrot slogans and call anyone who disagrees with them some kind of name in the hope that it will silence people.yeah, the next year should be a combination of high comedy and sheer terror.
I'm too young to remember the Nam Protests, so not sure where on the scale of idiocy we sit currently.
I pissed a few people off recently on another forum when I pointed out that the KKK at the peak of their power had a lot of power and influence over the *drum roll* Democrats. They did not like hearing that.And people are choosing to ignore certain parts of history for that purpose. Considering that it was Abraham Lincoln - then a Republican - who freed the slaves after the events of the Civil War.
WHOOPS! Sorry for slipping that factoid in there that blows Newsweek's article out of the water!