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theWalrus · 5 years ago on quote 6968631
dollar dollar bill yall
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theWalrus · 6 years ago on quote 6960050
I will take 12.
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theWalrus · 6 years ago on quote 6923162
ok just saying that the Democrat and Republican parties were completely opposite until the early 1900s. Someone who is a Democrat today has the ideals of a Republican back then, there was a complete flip of the parties. Not saying I support obamacare, but your first 3 facts probably show more support for today's democrats than making them look bad
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theWalrus · 6 years ago on quote 6918653
be a pilot
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theWalrus · 6 years ago on quote 6898453
http://www.anorak.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2013/09/nutella.jpg

This is what I need in my life
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elephants_are_cool* · 6 years ago on quote 6898453
YES. YES. OK.
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theWalrus · 6 years ago on quote 6895865
it tastes like unicorn poop and hazelnuts. So, yes. Yes it is.
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theWalrus · 6 years ago on quote 6895865
How dare you. My soul is nutella.
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theWalrus · 6 years ago on quote 6895321
hey, don't worry about it so much, it's the way that people were raised and lived back then. Trust me, You'll miss her when she's not around anymore.
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ghost town girl* · 6 years ago on quote 6895321
yeah, ik, but still. :I thx tho
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theWalrus · 6 years ago on quote 6890573
man, I don't really know how to respond to this
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theWalrus · 6 years ago on quote 6890573
dang, you should probably go into hiding for a while
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theWalrus · 6 years ago on quote 6883760
I never stopped wearing sweats. Wear sweatpants all of the days!
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theWalrus · 6 years ago on quote 6884051
Michigan. It's pretty much the same weather as Chicago, just a few hours later.
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theWalrus · 6 years ago on quote 6884046
I had school stuff from 9am to 9pm yesterday :,( then they tell me to go home and "study" and "join activities". what.
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theWalrus · 6 years ago on quote 6882959
I'm not talking specifically about atheists. I'm talking about everyone who doesn't believe in your specific god. And yes, we could ignore it, but it does not represent what should be a "pledge of allegience" to the country. Like I said, religion is supposed to be completely separate from government, and how the nation is run. If people just ignored everything that wasn't right, there would be no progress. Also, I believe I gave a valid reason to mention H.itler in my statement. I will repeat myself for you. You cannot just kick out the people who do not believe the same thing as you, nor can you kick out people who are not willing to ignore something that clearly only represents a portion of the american people.
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theWalrus · 6 years ago on quote 6882959
a personal opinion? By thinking that people who don't believe in your god should leave? I'm sorry but this sounds kind of familiar.... hmm maybe like that one guy... oh yea, , who got rid of the people of one religious and ethnic background he didn't like? For f/cks sake.
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boop* · 6 years ago on quote 6882959
She never said that atheists should leave, she said that if you can't just grow up and deal with what the pledge of allegiance says and just not say the "under god" part, then you should just leave. It's not that hard to just not say it, instead people are trying to change it. Hale_Storm18 is ignorant? Not as ignorant as people of a specific group trying to change things all because religion isn't quite their thing and it's apparently too hard to ignore so they have to have their way. The pledge of allegiance isn't the only thing religion related that has been changed/has been attempted to be changed because someone can't just ignore it. You can't say "merry christmas" without getting b.itched at by someone that doesn't believe in it for f.ucks sake. And wow way to call someone out as H.itler just because they have a different opinion than you. Saying that you want the people that want to change everything that involves god to something that doesn't (instead of just ignoring it) to leave, does NOT equal "I want to kill ('get rid') of all the atheists."
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theWalrus · 6 years ago on quote 6882959
I'm not talking specifically about atheists. I'm talking about everyone who doesn't believe in your specific god. And yes, we could ignore it, but it does not represent what should be a "pledge of allegience" to the country. Like I said, religion is supposed to be completely separate from government, and how the nation is run. If people just ignored everything that wasn't right, there would be no progress. Also, I believe I gave a valid reason to mention H.itler in my statement. I will repeat myself for you. You cannot just kick out the people who do not believe the same thing as you, nor can you kick out people who are not willing to ignore something that clearly only represents a portion of the american people.
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theWalrus · 6 years ago on quote 6882959
I shouldn't have to believe in your god to live here. Stop being so ignorant, you can't tell people to "leave the USA" because of their beliefs. Church and state are meant to be separate and the phrase was not even originally in the pledge of allegiance. If people who don't believe in the same god should leave then you might as well get rid of the whole "liberty and justice for all" section.
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CloudyWithAChanceOfDeath · 6 years ago on quote 6882959
Amen
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Hale_Storm18 · 6 years ago on quote 6882959
Wow. I didn't know that having a personal opinion that you didn't agree with made me ignorant. Sorry. I'll try not to form my own beliefs if that'll make you less bitter.
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theWalrus · 6 years ago on quote 6882959
a personal opinion? By thinking that people who don't believe in your god should leave? I'm sorry but this sounds kind of familiar.... hmm maybe like that one guy... oh yea, , who got rid of the people of one religious and ethnic background he didn't like? For f/cks sake.
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boop* · 6 years ago on quote 6882959
She never said that atheists should leave, she said that if you can't just grow up and deal with what the pledge of allegiance says and just not say the "under god" part, then you should just leave. It's not that hard to just not say it, instead people are trying to change it. Hale_Storm18 is ignorant? Not as ignorant as people of a specific group trying to change things all because religion isn't quite their thing and it's apparently too hard to ignore so they have to have their way. The pledge of allegiance isn't the only thing religion related that has been changed/has been attempted to be changed because someone can't just ignore it. You can't say "merry christmas" without getting b.itched at by someone that doesn't believe in it for f.ucks sake. And wow way to call someone out as H.itler just because they have a different opinion than you. Saying that you want the people that want to change everything that involves god to something that doesn't (instead of just ignoring it) to leave, does NOT equal "I want to kill ('get rid') of all the atheists."
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theWalrus · 6 years ago on quote 6882959
I'm not talking specifically about atheists. I'm talking about everyone who doesn't believe in your specific god. And yes, we could ignore it, but it does not represent what should be a "pledge of allegience" to the country. Like I said, religion is supposed to be completely separate from government, and how the nation is run. If people just ignored everything that wasn't right, there would be no progress. Also, I believe I gave a valid reason to mention H.itler in my statement. I will repeat myself for you. You cannot just kick out the people who do not believe the same thing as you, nor can you kick out people who are not willing to ignore something that clearly only represents a portion of the american people.
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theWalrus · 6 years ago on quote 6882192
Advice: never ever take calculus 5 days a week. Ever. Second worst experience of my life. Right behind the time a spider fell on my face D:
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theWalrus · 6 years ago on quote 6882192
not as awesome as passing calculus with a d+
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BrighterThanAnyone · 6 years ago on quote 6882192
I am in pre calc right now and I am scared for what is to come XD
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theWalrus · 6 years ago on quote 6882192
Advice: never ever take calculus 5 days a week. Ever. Second worst experience of my life. Right behind the time a spider fell on my face D:
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theWalrus · 6 years ago on quote 6882192
Dear high schooler,
Don't speak so soon.
Sincerely, college kids
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Butterbear · 6 years ago on quote 6882192
This is awesome i cant even
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theWalrus · 6 years ago on quote 6882192
not as awesome as passing calculus with a d+
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BrighterThanAnyone · 6 years ago on quote 6882192
I am in pre calc right now and I am scared for what is to come XD
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theWalrus · 6 years ago on quote 6882192
Advice: never ever take calculus 5 days a week. Ever. Second worst experience of my life. Right behind the time a spider fell on my face D:
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theWalrus · 6 years ago on quote 6868077
I had 3 roommates who went running all the time and hated me because I ate like 6 meals a day, never worked out, and stayed skinny. It was awesome.
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