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Title: What do you think it takes to raise a child?


Judge Death - April 9, 2009 09:35 PM (GMT)
Hillary Clinton said that it takes a village to raise a child. I strongly disagree with this. I think that it takes good parents.

What do you think?

videogameman - April 9, 2009 09:36 PM (GMT)
QUOTE (Judge Death @ Apr 9 2009, 09:35 PM)
Hillary Clinton said that it takes a village to raise a child. I strongly disagree with this. I think that it takes good parents.

What do you think?

Good parents ftw!

Darkender - April 9, 2009 09:37 PM (GMT)
...Um is the child a brat and/or retarded?

Bandit - April 9, 2009 09:39 PM (GMT)
QUOTE (Darkender @ Apr 9 2009, 09:37 PM)
...Um is the child a brat and/or retarded?

:lol:

Judge Death - April 9, 2009 09:40 PM (GMT)
QUOTE (Darkender @ Apr 9 2009, 09:37 PM)
...Um is the child a brat and/or retarded?

Uh, if you've got the parents being good parents from day 1, that child won't be a brat. Unless you consider the teenage years... a retard is a little bit more work though

Darkender - April 9, 2009 09:41 PM (GMT)
QUOTE (Bandit @ Apr 9 2009, 04:39 PM)
:lol:

I believe it is a major factor in my deciding.

L Bison - April 9, 2009 09:45 PM (GMT)
Definately good parents although if you take the village to mean the surrounding community then that can have a big effect in some situations but I think that good parents are a necessary foundation. (I say parents but one can be just as good or even better than two.)

Judge Death - April 9, 2009 09:58 PM (GMT)
QUOTE (L Bison @ Apr 9 2009, 09:45 PM)
Definately good parents although if you take the village to mean the surrounding community then that can have a big effect in some situations but I think that good parents are a necessary foundation. (I say parents but one can be just as good or even better than two.)

I would like to respectfully disagree with the bolded sentence. There are certain aspects of life that needs to be learned from both parties.

But, I am grateful for your opinion

Solomon - April 9, 2009 09:59 PM (GMT)
You can be a good person without good parents, but it helps.

L Bison - April 9, 2009 10:02 PM (GMT)
I was pretty much just raised by my mum and I turned out fine. (Although other people would have different opinions on how I turned out lmao.) But yeah I suppose it's probably better to have both and some things probably should be learned from each parent....(which is probably why a certain someone is such a useless, pathetic freak lol.)

treacherous - April 9, 2009 10:04 PM (GMT)
A village.

Because good parents are nessecary, but the environment a kid grows up in can effect them just as much. If the whole village/neighborhood/environment is a good habitat to grow up in, then more than likely your kid will be saintly.

Judge Death - April 9, 2009 10:07 PM (GMT)
QUOTE (treacherous @ Apr 9 2009, 10:04 PM)
A village.

Because good parents are nessecary, but the environment a kid grows up in can effect them just as much. If the whole village/neighborhood/environment is a good habitat to grow up in, then more than likely your kid will be saintly.

What she said meant the village is raising the child. But the question really is, what is more important? If the child's parents are robbers, or if the village is full of robbers? But, good parents also wouldn't let their kids grow up in a bad evironment, would they?

You can move away from robbers, but parents... I learned this the hard way.

treacherous - April 9, 2009 10:10 PM (GMT)
You can't move away from robbers. Robbers are everywhere. Look at bandit.

Bandit - April 9, 2009 10:11 PM (GMT)
QUOTE (treacherous @ Apr 9 2009, 10:10 PM)
You can't move away from robbers. Robbers are everywhere. Look at bandit.

He is correct. I have been stealing your items since day one. ;)

Confusion ftw!

Judge Death - April 9, 2009 10:13 PM (GMT)
QUOTE (treacherous @ Apr 9 2009, 10:10 PM)
You can't move away from robbers. Robbers are everywhere. Look at bandit.

I meant, by that, you can move somewhere better. But you can't get better parents. And, where I live, we (the "village") have not seen a robber in over 20 years, and he was pumped full of lead. It came out perfectly legal for them, he had a gun on them.

treacherous - April 9, 2009 10:15 PM (GMT)
Your village is packing heat.

Judge Death - April 9, 2009 10:16 PM (GMT)
QUOTE (treacherous @ Apr 9 2009, 10:15 PM)
Your village is packing heat.

Legally

Judge Death - April 9, 2009 10:16 PM (GMT)
QUOTE (treacherous @ Apr 9 2009, 10:15 PM)
Your village is packing heat.

One of our good friends would have been gone had it not been for firepower

SilverSurfer092 - April 9, 2009 10:38 PM (GMT)
I can see how both parties can argue it, however I think you can be fine without good parents and fine without a good village. So both options fail.

Marvel Man - April 9, 2009 11:00 PM (GMT)
Village.

Parents are important, but, as others have said, a bad environment can ruin all the parents' hard work.

Example: Teach child to return items that he finds. Yet, all around him, people do it anyways...

Pseudonym - April 10, 2009 12:43 AM (GMT)
Bah, It takes nothing but growth to raise a child.

If you mean to raise a child "right" it depends on what your morals are.

Goku was raised by a hermit, though he's from an anime, I bet there are many examples of children raised in seclusion who are perfectly polite.

Thus a village isn't necessary to raise a child.

Good parentage/ uncles, aunt, singular or two people isn't necessary to raise a child.

Oliver Twist grew to be a wonderfully polite child even though he was raised by people who hated him and only kept him alive as a pair of arms for work.

Though he is merely literary, it would be presumptuous to assume there was no politeness ever in similar workhouses.

Thus parents aren't necessary to raise a child

I think, to raise a child, all is needed is some form of authority in order to impose upon the child that societies form of morals. Following this train of thought, judges would make the perfect parents, but they don't always for some reason.

Hrm. Maybe Wardens, but if you've ever watched Wife Swap You'd know they aren't always great at it either.

Having identified Authority as part of the child-raising process, in order to answer your question "What do you think it takes to raise a child" We'd have to find out what other parts are necessary in order to fully answer that question.

Judge Death - April 10, 2009 12:54 AM (GMT)
QUOTE (Pseudonym @ Apr 10 2009, 12:43 AM)
Bah, It takes nothing but growth to raise a child.

If you mean to raise a child "right" it depends on what your morals are.

Goku was raised by a hermit, though he's from an anime, I bet there are many examples of children raised in seclusion who are perfectly polite.

Thus a village isn't necessary to raise a child.

Good parentage/ uncles, aunt, singular or two people isn't necessary to raise a child.

Oliver Twist grew to be a wonderfully polite child even though he was raised by people who hated him and only kept him alive as a pair of arms for work.

Though he is merely literary, it would be presumptuous to assume there was no politeness ever in similar workhouses.

Thus parents aren't necessary to raise a child

I think, to raise a child, all is needed is some form of authority in order to impose upon the child that societies form of morals. Following this train of thought, judges would make the perfect parents, but they don't always for some reason.

Hrm. Maybe Wardens, but if you've ever watched Wife Swap You'd know they aren't always great at it either.

Having identified Authority as part of the child-raising process, in order to answer your question "What do you think it takes to raise a child" We'd have to find out what other parts are necessary in order to fully answer that question.

I noticed how you kept using fictional characters

SilverSurfer092 - April 10, 2009 01:31 AM (GMT)
QUOTE (Judge Death @ Apr 10 2009, 01:54 AM)
QUOTE (Pseudonym @ Apr 10 2009, 12:43 AM)
Bah, It takes nothing but growth to raise a child.

If you mean to raise a child "right" it depends on what your morals are.

Goku was raised by a hermit, though he's from an anime, I bet there are many examples of children raised in seclusion who are perfectly polite.

Thus a village isn't necessary to raise a child.

Good parentage/ uncles, aunt, singular or two people isn't necessary to raise a child.

Oliver Twist grew to be a wonderfully polite child even though he was raised by people who hated him and only kept him alive as a pair of arms for work.

Though he is merely literary, it would be presumptuous to assume there was no politeness ever in similar workhouses.

Thus parents aren't necessary to raise a child

I think, to raise a child, all is needed is some form of authority in order to impose upon the child that societies form of morals. Following this train of thought, judges would make the perfect parents, but they don't always for some reason.

Hrm. Maybe Wardens, but if you've ever watched Wife Swap You'd know they aren't always great at it either.

Having identified Authority as part of the child-raising process, in order to answer your question "What do you think it takes to raise a child" We'd have to find out what other parts are necessary in order to fully answer that question.

I noticed how you kept using fictional characters

Symbolism? Ever heard of it?


The X-Men are also fictional. It doesn't change the fact that it was one mass protest against racism.

Judge Death - April 10, 2009 01:35 AM (GMT)
QUOTE (SilverSurfer092 @ Apr 10 2009, 01:31 AM)
QUOTE (Judge Death @ Apr 10 2009, 01:54 AM)
QUOTE (Pseudonym @ Apr 10 2009, 12:43 AM)
Bah, It takes nothing but growth to raise a child.

If you mean to raise a child "right" it depends on what your morals are.

Goku was raised by a hermit, though he's from an anime, I bet there are many examples of children raised in seclusion who are perfectly polite.

Thus a village isn't necessary to raise a child.

Good parentage/ uncles, aunt, singular or two people isn't necessary to raise a child.

Oliver Twist grew to be a wonderfully polite child even though he was raised by people who hated him and only kept him alive as a pair of arms for work.

Though he is merely literary, it would be presumptuous to assume there was no politeness ever in similar workhouses.

Thus parents aren't necessary to raise a child

I think, to raise a child, all is needed is some form of authority in order to impose upon the child that societies form of morals. Following this train of thought, judges would make the perfect parents, but they don't always for some reason.

Hrm. Maybe Wardens, but if you've ever watched Wife Swap You'd know they aren't always great at it either.

Having identified Authority as part of the child-raising process, in order to answer your question "What do you think it takes to raise a child" We'd have to find out what other parts are necessary in order to fully answer that question.

I noticed how you kept using fictional characters

Symbolism? Ever heard of it?


The X-Men are also fictional. It doesn't change the fact that it was one mass protest against racism.

That doesn't mean it has any significance to real life situations

SilverSurfer092 - April 10, 2009 01:47 AM (GMT)
QUOTE (Judge Death @ Apr 10 2009, 02:35 AM)
QUOTE (SilverSurfer092 @ Apr 10 2009, 01:31 AM)
QUOTE (Judge Death @ Apr 10 2009, 01:54 AM)
QUOTE (Pseudonym @ Apr 10 2009, 12:43 AM)
Bah, It takes nothing but growth to raise a child.

If you mean to raise a child "right" it depends on what your morals are.

Goku was raised by a hermit, though he's from an anime, I bet there are many examples of children raised in seclusion who are perfectly polite.

Thus a village isn't necessary to raise a child.

Good parentage/ uncles, aunt, singular or two people isn't necessary to raise a child.

Oliver Twist grew to be a wonderfully polite child even though he was raised by people who hated him and only kept him alive as a pair of arms for work.

Though he is merely literary, it would be presumptuous to assume there was no politeness ever in similar workhouses.

Thus parents aren't necessary to raise a child

I think, to raise a child, all is needed is some form of authority in order to impose upon the child that societies form of morals. Following this train of thought, judges would make the perfect parents, but they don't always for some reason.

Hrm. Maybe Wardens, but if you've ever watched Wife Swap You'd know they aren't always great at it either.

Having identified Authority as part of the child-raising process, in order to answer your question "What do you think it takes to raise a child" We'd have to find out what other parts are necessary in order to fully answer that question.

I noticed how you kept using fictional characters

Symbolism? Ever heard of it?


The X-Men are also fictional. It doesn't change the fact that it was one mass protest against racism.

That doesn't mean it has any significance to real life situations

Are you kidding me? How old are you? Have you read books? Animal Farm. It had all fictional characters. Hell, it had all TALKING ANIMALS. It was entirely relevant and significant to the spread of Fascism. 1984 was the same way. Take your ignorance somewhere else.

M Bison - April 10, 2009 01:50 AM (GMT)
QUOTE (SilverSurfer092 @ Apr 10 2009, 01:47 AM)
It was entirely relevant and significant to the spread of Fascism.

Communism.

Judge Death - April 10, 2009 01:52 AM (GMT)
QUOTE (SilverSurfer092 @ Apr 10 2009, 01:47 AM)
QUOTE (Judge Death @ Apr 10 2009, 02:35 AM)
QUOTE (SilverSurfer092 @ Apr 10 2009, 01:31 AM)
QUOTE (Judge Death @ Apr 10 2009, 01:54 AM)
QUOTE (Pseudonym @ Apr 10 2009, 12:43 AM)
Bah, It takes nothing but growth to raise a child.

If you mean to raise a child "right" it depends on what your morals are.

Goku was raised by a hermit, though he's from an anime, I bet there are many examples of children raised in seclusion who are perfectly polite.

Thus a village isn't necessary to raise a child.

Good parentage/ uncles, aunt, singular or two people isn't necessary to raise a child.

Oliver Twist grew to be a wonderfully polite child even though he was raised by people who hated him and only kept him alive as a pair of arms for work.

Though he is merely literary, it would be presumptuous to assume there was no politeness ever in similar workhouses.

Thus parents aren't necessary to raise a child

I think, to raise a child, all is needed is some form of authority in order to impose upon the child that societies form of morals. Following this train of thought, judges would make the perfect parents, but they don't always for some reason.

Hrm. Maybe Wardens, but if you've ever watched Wife Swap You'd know they aren't always great at it either.

Having identified Authority as part of the child-raising process, in order to answer your question "What do you think it takes to raise a child" We'd have to find out what other parts are necessary in order to fully answer that question.

I noticed how you kept using fictional characters

Symbolism? Ever heard of it?


The X-Men are also fictional. It doesn't change the fact that it was one mass protest against racism.

That doesn't mean it has any significance to real life situations

Are you kidding me? How old are you? Have you read books? Animal Farm. It had all fictional characters. Hell, it had all TALKING ANIMALS. It was entirely relevant and significant to the spread of Fascism. 1984 was the same way. Take your ignorance somewhere else.

Animal Farm I have read, and it is correct, an significant. But, X-Men, Goku, and Oliver Twist...

SilverSurfer092 - April 10, 2009 01:54 AM (GMT)
QUOTE (Judge Death @ Apr 10 2009, 02:52 AM)
QUOTE (SilverSurfer092 @ Apr 10 2009, 01:47 AM)
QUOTE (Judge Death @ Apr 10 2009, 02:35 AM)
QUOTE (SilverSurfer092 @ Apr 10 2009, 01:31 AM)
QUOTE (Judge Death @ Apr 10 2009, 01:54 AM)
QUOTE (Pseudonym @ Apr 10 2009, 12:43 AM)
Bah, It takes nothing but growth to raise a child.

If you mean to raise a child "right" it depends on what your morals are.

Goku was raised by a hermit, though he's from an anime, I bet there are many examples of children raised in seclusion who are perfectly polite.

Thus a village isn't necessary to raise a child.

Good parentage/ uncles, aunt, singular or two people isn't necessary to raise a child.

Oliver Twist grew to be a wonderfully polite child even though he was raised by people who hated him and only kept him alive as a pair of arms for work.

Though he is merely literary, it would be presumptuous to assume there was no politeness ever in similar workhouses.

Thus parents aren't necessary to raise a child

I think, to raise a child, all is needed is some form of authority in order to impose upon the child that societies form of morals. Following this train of thought, judges would make the perfect parents, but they don't always for some reason.

Hrm. Maybe Wardens, but if you've ever watched Wife Swap You'd know they aren't always great at it either.

Having identified Authority as part of the child-raising process, in order to answer your question "What do you think it takes to raise a child" We'd have to find out what other parts are necessary in order to fully answer that question.

I noticed how you kept using fictional characters

Symbolism? Ever heard of it?


The X-Men are also fictional. It doesn't change the fact that it was one mass protest against racism.

That doesn't mean it has any significance to real life situations

Are you kidding me? How old are you? Have you read books? Animal Farm. It had all fictional characters. Hell, it had all TALKING ANIMALS. It was entirely relevant and significant to the spread of Fascism. 1984 was the same way. Take your ignorance somewhere else.

Animal Farm I have read, and it is correct, an significant. But, X-Men, Goku, and Oliver Twist...

Goku, I can see that. Early X-Men was entirely relevant. I'll break it down.
Policeman = KKK
Public = Public
X-Men = Martin Luther King movement
Brotherhood = Malcolm X
Government = Government.

Oliver Twist was probably more of a social satire as in "Our current economy sucks."

Pseudonym - April 10, 2009 01:55 AM (GMT)
QUOTE (Judge Death @ Apr 10 2009, 01:52 AM)
QUOTE (SilverSurfer092 @ Apr 10 2009, 01:47 AM)
QUOTE (Judge Death @ Apr 10 2009, 02:35 AM)
QUOTE (SilverSurfer092 @ Apr 10 2009, 01:31 AM)
QUOTE (Judge Death @ Apr 10 2009, 01:54 AM)
QUOTE (Pseudonym @ Apr 10 2009, 12:43 AM)
Bah, It takes nothing but growth to raise a child.

If you mean to raise a child "right" it depends on what your morals are.

Goku was raised by a hermit, though he's from an anime, I bet there are many examples of children raised in seclusion who are perfectly polite.

Thus a village isn't necessary to raise a child.

Good parentage/ uncles, aunt, singular or two people isn't necessary to raise a child.

Oliver Twist grew to be a wonderfully polite child even though he was raised by people who hated him and only kept him alive as a pair of arms for work.

Though he is merely literary, it would be presumptuous to assume there was no politeness ever in similar workhouses.

Thus parents aren't necessary to raise a child

I think, to raise a child, all is needed is some form of authority in order to impose upon the child that societies form of morals. Following this train of thought, judges would make the perfect parents, but they don't always for some reason.

Hrm. Maybe Wardens, but if you've ever watched Wife Swap You'd know they aren't always great at it either.

Having identified Authority as part of the child-raising process, in order to answer your question "What do you think it takes to raise a child" We'd have to find out what other parts are necessary in order to fully answer that question.

I noticed how you kept using fictional characters

Symbolism? Ever heard of it?


The X-Men are also fictional. It doesn't change the fact that it was one mass protest against racism.

That doesn't mean it has any significance to real life situations

Are you kidding me? How old are you? Have you read books? Animal Farm. It had all fictional characters. Hell, it had all TALKING ANIMALS. It was entirely relevant and significant to the spread of Fascism. 1984 was the same way. Take your ignorance somewhere else.

Animal Farm I have read, and it is correct, an significant. But, X-Men, Goku, and Oliver Twist...

Um yes.

Just because Animal Farm is in schools, doesn't mean it's more symbolic or representative of a good lifestyle.

I used fictional characters because I know them and they were useful in illustrating my point.

Darkender - April 10, 2009 03:31 AM (GMT)
X-Men does represent racism and that kind of stuff.

Solomon - April 10, 2009 03:34 AM (GMT)
QUOTE (Darkender @ Apr 10 2009, 03:31 AM)
X-Men does represent racism and that kind of stuff.

Yeah it does.

Professor X represents Martin Luther King Jr.

Magneto represents Malcom X

Darkender - April 10, 2009 03:35 AM (GMT)
QUOTE (Solomon @ Apr 9 2009, 10:34 PM)
Yeah it does.

Professor X represents Martin Luther King Jr.

Magneto represents Malcom X

I never thought of Magneto as Malcolm X, but I can see that now. Yea, I didn't realize that until a while ago. I think it's really cool how they did it.

Granobulax - April 10, 2009 11:32 AM (GMT)
Really, it depends on the age of the child. If he/she is under the age of ten, then they will benifet from good parents because they learn from them at that age. As soon as they hit ten or older, children want to learn their own independance and look to their peers. At this point, a good social structure (village) is best because they're trying to become their own person.

As I said, it depends upon the age of the child.

WorldsWarrior - April 10, 2009 02:29 PM (GMT)
QUOTE (SilverSurfer092 @ Apr 10 2009, 01:54 AM)
QUOTE (Judge Death @ Apr 10 2009, 02:52 AM)
QUOTE (SilverSurfer092 @ Apr 10 2009, 01:47 AM)
QUOTE (Judge Death @ Apr 10 2009, 02:35 AM)
QUOTE (SilverSurfer092 @ Apr 10 2009, 01:31 AM)
QUOTE (Judge Death @ Apr 10 2009, 01:54 AM)
QUOTE (Pseudonym @ Apr 10 2009, 12:43 AM)
Bah, It takes nothing but growth to raise a child.

If you mean to raise a child "right" it depends on what your morals are.

Goku was raised by a hermit, though he's from an anime, I bet there are many examples of children raised in seclusion who are perfectly polite.

Thus a village isn't necessary to raise a child.

Good parentage/ uncles, aunt, singular or two people isn't necessary to raise a child.

Oliver Twist grew to be a wonderfully polite child even though he was raised by people who hated him and only kept him alive as a pair of arms for work.

Though he is merely literary, it would be presumptuous to assume there was no politeness ever in similar workhouses.

Thus parents aren't necessary to raise a child

I think, to raise a child, all is needed is some form of authority in order to impose upon the child that societies form of morals. Following this train of thought, judges would make the perfect parents, but they don't always for some reason.

Hrm. Maybe Wardens, but if you've ever watched Wife Swap You'd know they aren't always great at it either.

Having identified Authority as part of the child-raising process, in order to answer your question "What do you think it takes to raise a child" We'd have to find out what other parts are necessary in order to fully answer that question.

I noticed how you kept using fictional characters

Symbolism? Ever heard of it?


The X-Men are also fictional. It doesn't change the fact that it was one mass protest against racism.

That doesn't mean it has any significance to real life situations

Are you kidding me? How old are you? Have you read books? Animal Farm. It had all fictional characters. Hell, it had all TALKING ANIMALS. It was entirely relevant and significant to the spread of Fascism. 1984 was the same way. Take your ignorance somewhere else.

Animal Farm I have read, and it is correct, an significant. But, X-Men, Goku, and Oliver Twist...

Goku, I can see that. Early X-Men was entirely relevant. I'll break it down.
Policeman = KKK
Public = Public
X-Men = Martin Luther King movement
Brotherhood = Malcolm X
Government = Government.

Oliver Twist was probably more of a social satire as in "Our current economy sucks."

Will you two shut up? Why must you argue on every single topic?

SilverSurfer092 - April 10, 2009 03:10 PM (GMT)
QUOTE (WorldsWarrior @ Apr 10 2009, 03:29 PM)
QUOTE (SilverSurfer092 @ Apr 10 2009, 01:54 AM)
QUOTE (Judge Death @ Apr 10 2009, 02:52 AM)
QUOTE (SilverSurfer092 @ Apr 10 2009, 01:47 AM)
QUOTE (Judge Death @ Apr 10 2009, 02:35 AM)
QUOTE (SilverSurfer092 @ Apr 10 2009, 01:31 AM)
QUOTE (Judge Death @ Apr 10 2009, 01:54 AM)
QUOTE (Pseudonym @ Apr 10 2009, 12:43 AM)
Bah, It takes nothing but growth to raise a child.

If you mean to raise a child "right" it depends on what your morals are.

Goku was raised by a hermit, though he's from an anime, I bet there are many examples of children raised in seclusion who are perfectly polite.

Thus a village isn't necessary to raise a child.

Good parentage/ uncles, aunt, singular or two people isn't necessary to raise a child.

Oliver Twist grew to be a wonderfully polite child even though he was raised by people who hated him and only kept him alive as a pair of arms for work.

Though he is merely literary, it would be presumptuous to assume there was no politeness ever in similar workhouses.

Thus parents aren't necessary to raise a child

I think, to raise a child, all is needed is some form of authority in order to impose upon the child that societies form of morals. Following this train of thought, judges would make the perfect parents, but they don't always for some reason.

Hrm. Maybe Wardens, but if you've ever watched Wife Swap You'd know they aren't always great at it either.

Having identified Authority as part of the child-raising process, in order to answer your question "What do you think it takes to raise a child" We'd have to find out what other parts are necessary in order to fully answer that question.

I noticed how you kept using fictional characters

Symbolism? Ever heard of it?


The X-Men are also fictional. It doesn't change the fact that it was one mass protest against racism.

That doesn't mean it has any significance to real life situations

Are you kidding me? How old are you? Have you read books? Animal Farm. It had all fictional characters. Hell, it had all TALKING ANIMALS. It was entirely relevant and significant to the spread of Fascism. 1984 was the same way. Take your ignorance somewhere else.

Animal Farm I have read, and it is correct, an significant. But, X-Men, Goku, and Oliver Twist...

Goku, I can see that. Early X-Men was entirely relevant. I'll break it down.
Policeman = KKK
Public = Public
X-Men = Martin Luther King movement
Brotherhood = Malcolm X
Government = Government.

Oliver Twist was probably more of a social satire as in "Our current economy sucks."

Will you two shut up? Why must you argue on every single topic?

This is the only one I've argued on in recent memory.

Solomon - April 10, 2009 03:32 PM (GMT)
QUOTE (WorldsWarrior @ Apr 10 2009, 02:29 PM)
Will you two shut up? Why must you argue on every single topic?

Because this place would be boring as hell if we agreed on everything.

Darkender - April 11, 2009 03:13 AM (GMT)
QUOTE (Solomon @ Apr 10 2009, 10:32 AM)
Because this place would be boring as hell if we agreed on everything.

I would have been left.




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