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Old 01-12-2004, 12:28 AM   #46
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I think we should spend all our money on inter-planetary travel. Get this moon ready for human habitation. We have handled Earth's resources so well, it is about time we extended our knowledge. Enough of mankind being such a pissy little dot on the universe, we need to make our mark. We need to conquer this universe which is really not all that big...right? It is completely surmountable. There are resources up there most likely that we should go forth and take. It is rightfully ours.
And while we are at it, I hate Bush for everything he does, but this time I will love him for taking the initiative. I will make one exception by supporting this, yet still finding a way to be mad at him for doing this...

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Old 01-12-2004, 10:19 AM   #47
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--al gore should be our president. who cares if the constitution says that the person who gains the most electoral votes wins. gore won the popular vote so he should be president.

--howard dean makes sense

--bill clinton should be immortalized on mt. rushmore for all the work he did as president. and we republicans were wrong for attacking him in office. sure he lied under oath, but come on... he was just tryin' to keep his infidelity secret from his wife. let a playa play
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Old 01-12-2004, 11:02 AM   #48
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--bush jr. should be immortalized on mt. rushmore for all the work he did as president. and anyone who attacked him was wrong for attacking him in office. sure he lied under oath, but come on... he was just tryin' to keep his real reasons for war a secret from his country. let a playa play
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Old 01-12-2004, 11:10 AM   #49
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touche!
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he's not a junior
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Old 01-12-2004, 12:23 PM   #51
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There should be no gun control whatsoever. A jewelry store in my town was robbed by a couple of great guys w/ AK 47's and I say, more power to them they should have had better firepower.

Drunk driving should always be allowed, and is not a serious crime..I say have no legal limit. And drunk drivers should not be punished. After all, it's not the govt's place to interfere, and alcoholism is just a disease, which the drivers are a victim of.

Domestic violence is not an important issue-once again, it's not the govt's place to get involved. And men have to keep their women in line, and/or women have to keep their men in line. It's also good for children to witness this and learn it from an early age.

Donald Rumsfeld is really a great guy of the highest integrity. He's just misunderstood


Sorry, I could never believe any of this, so I had to be sarcastic
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he's not a junior
Nor has he testified under oath.
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i won't eeeven attempt this lol...

great thread
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Old 01-12-2004, 05:26 PM   #55
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Absolutely.....awsome posts.....even the sarcastic ones are pretty good.

Keep it up people....!!!! We may have a debate team in here.
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Old 01-13-2004, 02:21 AM   #56
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The only names parents should be allowed to give their children are Ashley, Tyler, Logan, Madison and Dakota. These names all work equally well for boys and girls and there's no reason why they should have separate names. Restricting parents' creative control in naming their kids will eliminate the problems of teasing based on ridiculously old-fashioned names like Edward or Josephine. There is no need for people to have individuality, nor should it be immediately obvious whether they are male or female. Having a unisex name will be a complete advantage for every girl who wants to become an attorney or an astronaut. Likewise boys with unisex names won't have to worry about being picked on because they have girly names. Trendy names are always the best choices because they keep everyone on the same social level.
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guys with unisex "girly" names get picked on in school? gee i never would've guessed that
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Old 01-13-2004, 09:32 PM   #58
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guys with unisex "girly" names get picked on in school? gee i never would've guessed that
Well, you know how Shirley and Jocelyn used to be male names? How many boys do you see with those names nowadays? That's why I don't like the whole unisex names idea ...
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