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Chick-fil-A Appreciation Day: Religious Groups, People Come Out (LIVEBLOG)

Chick-fil-A Appreciation Day: Religious Groups, People Come Out (LIVEBLOG)

Commented Aug 1, 2012 at 18:01:33 in Religion

“I'm not even surprised that this whole thing started with fox "faux" news. The fact that people are so bold about this is what gets me, buying fast food as a religious, political, anti-cause movement is nothing to be proud about.

I totally agree on the whole "nothing brings people together more than a common enemy" statement. You hit the nail right on the head.”
Schools Caught Cheating In Atlanta, Around The Country

Schools Caught Cheating In Atlanta, Around The Country

Commented Aug 9, 2011 at 13:51:51 in Education

“Where exactly do you live that most of the students attend decent private schools?

Let's say private schools where disbanded, how exactly would those few (and far between) parents make a substantial difference in improving the education system for millions of students?”

doomonyou on Aug 9, 2011 at 14:20:11

“You have misunderstood my post, I never meant to imply that most students attend private schools" decent or otherwise. I only implied that if it was in everyone's best interest that public schools perform well, then the well-heeled and well-connected among us would exert their influence for the betterment of public schools rather than, as they do now, to the detriment of public schools.”
Schools Caught Cheating In Atlanta, Around The Country

Schools Caught Cheating In Atlanta, Around The Country

Commented Aug 9, 2011 at 13:49:08 in Education

“Standardized tests are a complete waste of time. Students sit in class day in and day out learning to take this "test" of which the content is shaped primarily by politics. I severely doubt that these educators are spending school hours not teaching the students. Teachers are underpaid, overworked and under a serious amount of pressure trying to get their students to grasp "objectives" for tests that remove any sort of interest towards the material for all involved.

We need our teachers and our doctors as a nation but lawmakers seem to think otherwise considering that they care more concerned with filling their personal pockets temporarily instead of investing in proper education that sparks innovation and a health care system that benefits citizens and providers alike.

School was load of standardized crap for me, I was in no way prepared for college, but I bet I can sit down and take the TAKS test and pass it. How will that benefit me in the future? Who the hell knows because it has yet to come in handy in terms of critical thinking.

CUT OUT THE FAT!”
Kanye West: 'People Look At Me ... Like I'm Hitler'

Kanye West: 'People Look At Me ... Like I'm Hitler'

Commented Aug 9, 2011 at 13:26:28 in Celebrity

“This was NOT told from an objective standpoint.
Some critical explanations in his "rant" were also left out in lieu of events that we've
already heard about countless times such as the Taylor Swift debacle.

Boo hoo, the girl isn't God. Get over it people, there are entire families starving in Somalia.”
Short, Curly Dreads: A How-To

Short, Curly Dreads: A How-To

Commented Aug 9, 2011 at 13:20:37 in Black Voices

“Lets call them "locks" instead of "dreads"!

My mother has them down her back and they're absolutely lovely!
Nothing "dreadful" about it

;)”
Harry Reid Offers Debt Ceiling Bill That Resembles Mitch McConnell's

Harry Reid Offers Debt Ceiling Bill That Resembles Mitch McConnell's

Commented Jul 30, 2011 at 13:45:09 in Politics

“This whole thing is annoying and I am neither Republican no Democrat but common sense is to
increase savings/revenue, raise the debt ceiling and stop taking out so much damn credit.

There are people in this country who have to choose between food/medicine, and there are people in this country whose biggest dilemma is Aruba or Hawaii for vacation...tax these people, they can take a tax and still have luxuries, which is much more than what I can say for myself.

Tea baggers please shut up, what liberties have been taken from you? You are all just a product of fear. All you talk about is how you're fearful of socialism, fearful of certain civil rights, and how you're fearful that you're fearful of terrorism. Please actually stand for something, your ideas of liberty and freedom are rather constrained!

thank you.”
Boehner Debt Bill Passes House, Gets Defeated In Senate (UPDATE)

Boehner Debt Bill Passes House, Gets Defeated In Senate (UPDATE)

Commented Jul 30, 2011 at 13:23:41 in Politics

“What the f***?!?! A "SUPER CONGRESS"?

These people are clearly out of their minds, when I read that it took everything in me
not to break into laughter...

Texas representative is voting and he didn't even read the damn bill, are you serious? What cycle is he in? This man has to go...”
'Debtpocalypse' And America's Fascination With The End

'Debtpocalypse' And America's Fascination With The End

Commented Jul 30, 2011 at 13:11:34 in Religion

“What a waste of my time to read this.

Told from narrow christian bias as usual, should be filed under "opinion" or some crap but definitely not religion.

Such a disgrace!”

ArthurTwoShedsJackson on Jul 30, 2011 at 22:05:15

“I'm just thankful that the "religion" category (which is mostly xtian, of course) appears under "Culture" and not "Healthy Living" (which it most certainly is not)”

Alex0393 on Jul 30, 2011 at 21:00:31

“As was the time I took to read your whining like a little b*tch”

HarleyOpenRoad on Jul 30, 2011 at 20:00:06

“I don't understand.

A Christian opinion shouldn't be in the religion section?”
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It's Time To Suck It Up And Pay Our Bill

Commented Jul 30, 2011 at 12:33:30 in Politics

“I love you for this!

What a well-written piece, and I must say I absolutely agree with your points!”
How To Help Japan: Earthquake Relief Options

How To Help Japan: Earthquake Relief Options

Commented Mar 12, 2011 at 11:21:31 in Impact

“The link to donate for save the children does not directly send you to where you can donate specifically for children currently in Japan, the exact link to donate to the "Japan Earthquake Tsunami Children in Emergency Fund" is here:

https://secure.savethechildren.org/site/c.8rKLIXMGIpI4E/b.6617251/k.7E71/Donate_to_the_Japan_Earthquake_Tsunami_Children_in_Emergency_Fund/apps/ka/sd/donor.asp?msource=wenlpaqk0311