This was such a wise opinion! Couldn't agree more. Everybody makes mistakes and can learn a lot from them. A lot of people change for the better and that should be appreciated. Society doesn't think that deep though 😕
Thanks! 🙌Yeah, I've seen that stuff first hand! I hate when I see someone making a legit effort to be good and get shot down because of their past. Also, thanks for the follow!
Follow deserved! You are welcome!😁
I agree and disagree. First i think woke cancel culture is not the same thing. Its not a mistake to make an off colored joke. What i assume you're primarily talking about is if you I don't know commit robberies and then want to move past it. Or if you are a ho and now want to get married. Well here's the deal. People do not change quickly. Personally I've changed a lot in the past 10 years, i think thats about the period it takes to really change. So if you lie cheat and steal, come back in 10 years and ill try it again with you, 6 months later? Fuck no.
So rough lol
I mean you have to these days. I am sick of conservatives being pussies. Nothing wrong with being a bit rough around the edges.
When it comes to conservative bitches I am pretty rough too lol
Good. Own the libtards. I love to make them scream and cry and go nuts over the things i say. Its so funny and tbh i think the only way to possibly ever change their minds.
Totally agree with this
Men and women can only be friends if there’s a mutual sense of unattraction between them or if one of the parties is in a relationship with someone the other considers a strong friend as well.
@Mexicoman101 It definitely would be less complicated without attraction from either side, I'll give you that, but I don't think if one or both is in a relationship that their significant others should have any say in the friendship. If they're so insecure and distrustful of their partners that they can't handle them having friends of the opposite sex, they shouldn't be with them in the first place. Nobody has a right to pick and choose another person's friends for them, and I'd certainly never let a guy try to tell me I had to quit being friends with my male friends, some of whom I've been friends with since childhood. The friends stay, the boyfriend goes.
I don’t necessarily disagree that people shouldn’t be demanding that their partners not have friends of the opposite sex but I also understand why there’s suspicion involved against potential friends who have designs on undermining their relationship or swooping in to get with their partner after a break up.There are a lot of bad friendships people have where they want someone who’s in a relationship and it can cause tensions and undue stress. I really don’t advise people to be friends with someone like that unless they have a boundary like respect for a friend that person dates to dissipate that tension. Most decent men don’t have a problem with not pursuing women that have been romantically involved with their friends.
@Mexicoman101 That's true, and that's why I keep friends like that out of my life. However, if my partner were easily swayed to betray me, I wouldn't want them in the first place, either.
That’s reasonable. If trust isn’t there there’s really no relationship. But sometimes people have not been rewarded for placing trust in people, and it’s a sad reality.
@Mexicoman101 That is unfortunately true, too. I've been there before. But you have to move on and try to use better judgment the next time (not saying people can't be blindsided, but I'm talking from personal experience; I chose not to believe the warning signs when I should have). In that case, I should've just left then.
Black people are really hardworking and kind people I can tell. Every race in the planet has good hardworking people and thugs. So this is like a trashy stigma for sure.
Yeah I think there’s a big problem with people defining others as soon as they see them. It’s a very emotion based way of looking at the world that I think destroys nuance.
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The issue with conspiracy theories is that they are in all cases marginal opinions that often go against logic and have little to no evidence. They are also often far fetched and appear to be grounded in some kind of bias rather than legitimate concerns, as for the theory on 9/11 having been perpetrated by the US government as an excuse for invasion of Iran.
But they aren’t all marginal, and I think you mean Iraq, not Iran. It’s widely accepted that the United States conspired to oust the governments in Guatemala and also Iran, there were munitions found in the sunken Lusitania, and the Gulf Of Tonkin incident (if not entirely a false flag) is generally accepted as being used as a pretense to go to war before Lyndon Johnson had all the information.Things like the 9/11 conspiracy does put stigma on it, but there is an enormous risk of having a reverse sense of skepticism against the idea that the government is corrupt when they make evil decisions. The idea that the NSA was tapping our communications was conspiracy until Snowden put out those leaks, the idea of civilian slaughter was conspiracy until Manning put out the ‘Collateral Murder’ video, and even recently the Saudis that my government cozies up to murdered a journalist in a Turkish embassy. These are not all irrational & fringe views on these issues without any evidence or indication.
I just think we should start putting “people” in front of these society-made labels. Blacks sounds like a pack of cigarettes😂😂. “Hey let me get $20 on pump eight and a pack of blacks.” 😭Say black people. White people. Asian people, etc.
@Dongtai my best friend is black. He is amazing! 😍 And a lot of black people I know are so amazing.
Black people should be treated equal to everyone else.
literally nobody thinks atheism is a terrible thing i just hate how in your face they are about it so i try to ignore them
@armleg That's rich, because the religious nuts are always in your face
I think the notion that atheists shove it in your face is apocryphal.
they go on and on about how only idiots who dont believe in science believe in god, atheists are the new christians
Most atheists who are like that only get like that when institutions force religion on them or when people try hassling them about the subject
@Mexicoman101 yeah well you'll be pleased to know that i'll be doing the same to future atheists. If thats how it works right? Eye for an eye?
Do what you like
Trump supporters aren’t Nazi’s, but they don’t need to be nazi’s for them to be stigmatized by their actions and words.
@Mexicoman101 And what would those be?
Blaming immigrants for things, being fine with inhumane treatment of their children, playing the whole ‘temporarily embarrassed millionaire’ schtick, apathy towards the environment, obsessive devotion to Israel, worship of the military, you know the standard Republican red flags.The left has its problems of being cringe, petulant, and ruinous but the fact is Hillary supporters aren’t the ones with their dog in the ring.
@Mexicoman101 Well when your countries have the highest murder rates on earth and your people are masters of cheating the system and are so proud of it, can you really blame him?He likes immigrants from NORMAL countries. Inhumane treatment of their children?But it wasn't inhumane for their parents to drag them 2000 miles through deserts and cartel territory? The Israel thing doesn't bother me.I agree with you on the military thing though. It pisses me off that Conservatives just blindly follow the military.
Well I disagree with most of that, but I’m really not trying to hash it all out right now. Suffice it to say that in my opinion they stigmatize themselves enough that the added apocryphal Nazi comparison is not necessary and cheapens our understanding of how bad they are.
Hahahah damn dudeeee
You still look narcisistic😂
You still look like a thot.
Suck mah dick baby😭❤
When did you come back? You look like you turned into a huge thot.
With them itty bitty titty
I came back today. Think I can find some sugar daddies here?
I’ll be your sugar daddy
Gimme money babyyyyy
Wrong. We need way more of it.