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Recipe for Disaster

skidzarela Wrote: Mar 21, 2013 7:43 AM
My first thought when I heard about this was where were the parents? Who bought them the booze. None of these kids should have been drinking. None were old enough to buy the liquor. Why are those questions not being answered? If there is anything to be learned from this entire debacle it should be that ultimately, you and YOU ALONE are responsible for your own safety. Do not depend on friends and acquaintances to watch your back when you are blind drunk because chances are they have been drinking right along with you and at the very least have impaired judgment. obviously the parents were not looking out for the welfare of any of these kids. What if instead of being raped she had fallen asleep?
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Plagiarism and Politics in Berlin

skidzarela Wrote: Feb 15, 2013 11:55 AM
When one person cheats to obtain their doctorate, they cheapen the title of doctorate. Why not then "seek out and destroy" the people who have faked their way to the title in order to maintain its legitimacy for everyone who did it honestly? What good would a doctorate be if people just took for grant it that you faked your way to it? I really do not think it is envy driving these people to expose the cheaters. It is a way to defend all current, past and future doctorates as the reward for a difficult job and hard work to the highest degree.
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What can you expect from Chris Rock, he was indoctrinated by our public schools to believe the progressive craptrap spoon fed our kids by the system. A school system that teaches a paragraph on George Washington and an entire chapter on MLK. You come out of school not understanding the constitution or how it works because they were too busy telling you how wonderful FDR and Woodrow Wilson were to take care of us all in our time of need. Rock is just parroting back what he's been taught. So sad. People need to educate themselves on what the constitution really says and means. On a side note, I find it sad to see so many of the comments contain name calling and sarcasm. Rise above people. Don't sink to their level.
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Anti-American Asians Don't Speak for Me

skidzarela Wrote: Jan 18, 2013 10:50 AM
Freedom of speech gives you the right to say whatever you want, but it does not free you from the consequences of your opinions. Chan can call us corrupt all he wants and drool over his "mother country" but is still going to have to feel the repercussions of his words at the box office. Of course, the MSM utters nary a peep when someone from Hollywood puts down the USA. Besides, our government is corrupt. Look at how things are getting pushed through without congress. The most unfortunate thing of all is how people just swallow Washington's Bulls**T without blinking. Our school systems have failed to teach our children how our government is supposed to work so they do not even realize when politicians overstep their power.
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Piers Morgan Threatens to Leave USA

skidzarela Wrote: Dec 31, 2012 8:27 AM
You know Mr. Morgan, Larry King was always a well informed guy with a lot of class. That is why his show was so popular. He took the time to inform himself on his subjects and treated his guests with respect even when he did not agree with them. Calling someone an "Idiot" when you do not agree with them is the epitome of classlessness. If you want to push your personal agenda, and it seems you do, it would serve you much better if you would give informed factual commentary rather than resorting to name calling. It appears that your opinion is based more on emotion (guns are scarry and I hate them) than reality. Thus resorting to name calling when facts escape you. You sir, are no Larry King!
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