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  1. i have a horse that i could ride places... lol. but i don't think that people would appreciate it when she took a dump on their lawn or driveway.
  2. beautyundone


    *giggle* i see your point.
  3. is that thing supposed to be a living creature???
  4. beautyundone


    ^ that wasn't very nice. i'm offended. lol. women aren't THAT bad. geez.
  5. i'm lost and failing to understand your point. sorry.
  6. no idea as to how you could possibly be homosexual? you were raised normally, etc? are you POSITIVE you have no genetic mutation of any sort that could cause you to be like this?
  7. maybe you could move. or else everytime they make a noise, bang on the wall and yell. that might get the point across. or send them an anonymous letter telling them to keep it down.
  8. life isn't fair. if that were the case, i could accuse my mother of doing the same thing concerning myself and my sisters. i end up getting blamed for everything. but that's just the way the cookie crumbles and there isn't anything i can do about it, so i don't bother.
  9. yes, but if being homosexual felt natural to them then one of two said things would have to make it feel natural. no one grows up straight and then says "i think i'll be homosexual just for the heck of it". i do not think it is a choice, such as many people make it out to be, who you are sexually attracted to.
  10. i'm going to state my opinions, just for the record. i believe that there are two things which could cause a person to be homosexual 1) a psychological disorder, formed from experience and the way one is raised. 2) a chemical imbalance (males end up with more estrogen than they should have, etc.) or a genetic mutation... basically, something that they cannot control. if you think about it, who would choose to be homosexual? who would CHOOSE to be ridiculed and looked down upon by so many people for the rest of their lives?
  11. are you comparing your manager to the police?
  12. so we drop all the laws and police and all live in flowers and joy? even if you take away the people that enforce the laws, there are most certainly still going to be people who commit bad acts, if not more of them. what are we to do with sex offenders if there are no laws or police? pat them on the head and give them a cookie? that's not going to help anything. they'll still hurt people, taking the joy away from all of the people they hurt. so really, it's the offenders that TAKE AWAY the beauty of life, not the police.
  13. well aren't you sweet. no, i don't need you as a friend, thanks. i wouldn't want someone like you as a friend.
  14. please don't try to invoke the 'woe is me' sympathy-seeker. i'll be perfectly knowledgeable as to what i'm doing, thanks. i will be working mostly with the evidentiary part of the case, and evidence (dna, fibers, hairs, fingerprints) doesnt lie.
  15. well, that's what i want to do with my life. i want to try and make a difference, if only a miniscule one.
  16. right. i wasn't sure if you were making a stab at mental health medications or not.
  17. they really are doing that, you know. how else do you think they get statistics?
  18. people will always be paranoid. they will always look for contradiction. and they will always try to start a rebellion. why they come up with such ridiculous means of doing so, i am not sure.
  19. i believe you all told me that becoming a police officer (or something of that sort) would do nothing and wouldn't help the situation. however, the more non-corrupt officers we have, the less the corrupt ones affect people, right? so if i am a non-corrupt officer and i do my job well and try to stop the corruption, i would be doing a LOT of good. so why is it that i "wouldn't help" anything? and what exactly is this prescribed medicine supposed to be?
  20. ^ good point. thomas, you have yet to actually state what you think should happen. should we drop laws concerning sex offenses and rape? is that what you were saying?
  21. well, see, my boyfriend lives out of state... so yeah. friggin long distance relationships. *downs another swig of dr. pepper*
  22. pangloss, i like your icon... hah, loved that movie.
  23. so it's the police's fault that there are sexual predators... ?
  24. YT definitely deserves to be on the list.
  25. wow. i don't know about you but i most certainly do not think of them as being 'protectors'. and you are confusing the mess out of me because earlier you seemed to be saying that we were too often labelling people offenders when they were really just regular people influenced by the dirty minds of society. but now we're calling them protectors when they need to be called offenders? and apparently the people who try to lock up sexual predators are the ones that cause them to offend?
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