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What are you going to do
Hollywood
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MadDog
Hollywood: Asking someone "what are you going to do" after you already had plans to hang out is a clear way of saying, I don't want to hang out anymore.

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November 26, 2007 13:11
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BREEDING POLICE!!!
MadDog
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Hollywood
Hollywood: Eugenics, call me crazy but I don't think it is the answer.

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November 15, 2007 15:35
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Is a boyfriend a chauffer?
HelpMe
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Letta HelpMe: Don't call me for a ride late at night after partying with your friends. There are limits to a boyfriends responsibility.

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August 30, 2007 14:56
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Staying at a friend's apartment instead of my girlfriend's
HelpMe

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Hollywood Hollywood: You should have stayed at her place.

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November 17, 2007 16:22
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Hanging up on someone and then turning your phone off? not cool
Hollywood
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Mringerike Mringerike: He isnt hanging up the phone because he was raised wrong. He just doesnt really care and respect you.

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November 10, 2007 14:52
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ISLAMO-FASCISM AWARENESS WEEK
Hollywood`s Argument
Hollywood

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Follow the link in my evidence. Here is the general premise behind the Islamo-Fascism Awareness Week

"In the face of the greatest danger Americans have ever confronted, the academic left has mobilized to create sympathy for the enemy and to fight anyone who rallies Americans to defend themselves. According to the academic left, anyone who links Islamic radicalism to the war on terror is an "Islamophobe." According to the academic left, the Islamo-fascists hate us not because we are tolerant and free, but because we are "oppressors." Islamo-Fascism Awareness Week is a national effort to oppose these lies and to rally American students to defend their country. "

I am not choosing a side of this controversy (though of course the right side is correct here). I am just saying that I think it is a good idea to bring such issues up and let people, most of whom are young ignorant college students brainwashed by their extremely bias/liberal professors.

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Islam is not a an extremist religion. To the contrary is rather moderate but it only takes a few individuals who are Muslim to make the group of people look like terrorists. Its sad to live in a country with people who dont even understand the people or religion they are constantly attacking.

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leftwing7   3435 days 14 hours 49 min. ago
you both start out with valid lines of thinking but then fall into the usual bullshit that accompanies talk about Islam. You are both correct that not all muslims are terrorists with a plot to kill americans. Those terrorists who do choose to plan attacks and are muslim, represent an extreme minority of the religion. A point that seems to come out of the little that you both discussed is that in the US today there is very much a polarized split between those dubbed "bleeding heart liberals" and those called "islamophobes". It is true that many college students are greatly influenced by the teachers and peers that they see as soo intelligent and wise. A student sits in a class and listens to a teacher bash the president, make comments about a war for oil, etc. and with jeers and laughs from their peers these students are pulled into believing this information. However this information is as superficial as the bill of goods sold to extremely conservative people by the president and by their parents. "We should just send some nukes over there and let god sort them out" or "We are dealing with a group of people who want to attack out way of life" These statements are often backed by no support or factual information yet just like the student in class, the person says "exactly, yeah" and they begin to believe it. Out of this grows the idea that the middle east is seedy, evil and full of people out to harm our "way of life".

What I don't think you both realize is that you are arguing for the same thing. Correct me if I am wrong, but I feel that you both want, like myself, to increase peoples knowledge about what Islam is, what faction of Islam would want to harm nations like the US and why? By increasing people's knowledge only then will they be able to move beyond the superficial comments and prejudice that is so wide spread today. No more one liners of "let's nuke "them" all!" or "You're a stupid republican you don't know what you're talking about".
Hollywood   3436 days 12 hours 57 min. ago
thanks for educating me Letta ..haha. Of course not every single person practicing the religion of Islam is a terrorist and no one is saying that. Try to stick to the argument instead of rephrasing it and trying to personally attack me. plus http://www.thereligionofpeace.com/index.html#Attacks

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