Do you find arguments with someone that goes by their emotions or faith a source of entertainment, a nuisance or a little bit of both?
I think everyone can be guilty of that from time to time, but what separates people is that some of us realize it and take steps to correct this habit. I learn something new about myself all the time, while I’m learning about others and the world around me. I think it’s important to constantly be learning and improving oneself.
Well off to the shower, and then walk up to the store & to get some coffee. Then, when I get home it’s time to crunch some code and try to fix the mess that Tumblr made out of the theme on my political blog.
So uh please explain to me why I cannot watch Netflix on my ps3 while psn is down? Because I don’t know if you’re aware, Sony, but I pay a monthly fee for that. For something I cannot use because you allowed your network to get hacked. I wasn’t too bothered by it at first, I mean if someone wants to steal my identity they can go ahead. You know, have fun with that 600 credit score buddy.
But now that this is causing me to feel that what little money I have is being wasted, well we have a problem. Fucking with my money is like fucking with my emotions. Get it together fuckwads.
“Sure, sure, Obama claims his father was black — but is that man there even his father? Again, we turn to the so-called ‘long-form’ birth certificate: ‘Full Maiden Name of Mother: Stanley Ann Dunham’! Stanley? Does that mean she was a dude? Obama had two dads? Which one was his biological father? At this point, we can’t be certain who this man’s parents are — which means I have no proof that he’s even a black man! He could be white — and if that’s the case, I don’t understand why we’re questioning his legitimacy!”—STEPHEN COLBERT, calling out Birthers for the racists that they really are, on The Colbert Report. (via inothernews)