National School Walkout Day vs. Personal Responsibility

National School Walkout Day vs. Personal Responsibility  | NATIONAL SCHOOL WALKOUT DAY THE STUDENTS THAT GET TEASED AND/OR BULLIED FOR THEIR MENTAL ISSUES AND SOCIAL NON-CONFORMITY? TO PROTEST GUN VI | image tagged in school,students,walkout,protest,gun control,willy wonka | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
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Why would you assume the republican was hateful? This. to me is where the whole thing is falling apart.
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Do tell.
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You are brainwashed shit. Emotionally manipulated and motivated shit.
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Mature. Extending civil discourse. https://yourlogicalfallacyis.com/ad-hominem
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10 ups, 2 replies
In my town, it's spring break this week. lol!
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7 ups, 2 replies
Hold the protests on a Saturday. See what kind of showing you get then.
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3 ups, 2 replies
Unless they're paid by Soros, which I believe they are.
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I don't know. Cutting in on that video game time can get expensive, even for that guy.
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3 ups, 1 reply
I'm willing to bet they are not high school students, either...they look college-aged and brainwashed by Bolshevik communist professors.
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You do realize that older high school students and younger college students would look virtually indistinguishable, right?
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7 ups, 2 replies
Too bad for those kids. I'm sure they feel disenfranchised now.
I heard a news story of a principle from a private school who made an announcement right after the Parkland shooting when the Parkland students were on TV saying there would be a walkout. He said that if his students did walk out they would get suspended. Turns out his school is out for Spring Break this week too, but people are calling him all kinds of names like "oppressor" and saying he "tried to infringe on the students rights."
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7 ups, 1 reply
When I was growing up students didn't have all these so-called rights. We went to school and if we messed around, we got in trouble. This walk out isn't going to do anything. They think they're making change, but they're just looking like a bunch of idiots who's opinions mean something.

I think the school you're talking about is here in Texas. But the schools in my town wouldn't be doing it either and the kids don't really give a shit.
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7 ups, 1 reply
The Parkland students who have been all over TV calling for gun control and all the students doing the walkout don't understand that they are just being used as mouth pieces by leftists to push their agenda. Most of them will be voting age soon too.
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5 ups, 3 replies
Democrats haven't been playing a role, its the facts that 17 classmates were murdered and they feared for their lives is why they want gun control
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7 ups, 1 reply
The leftist media (I never said Democrats, there is a difference, if you want to know what that is look up Ben Shapiro and his explanation) want to call for out right gun bans but they know there would be major blow-back. So they allow these teenagers to come on live television and say whatever they want. These young people may genuinely have these opinions but they are being used to push an agenda.
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3 ups, 4 replies
Would you say the same thing about young people speaking at pro-life rallies? That they are just being used by adults who are trying to push an agenda?
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I used to be die hard against abortion. And then someone brought up the **pe argument to me.
I was younger then and honestly never thought **pe was the reason for some abortions. Of course I am not going to tell a lady who was **ped that she has to give birth to the **pe baby. So I am not against abortion as much as I once was. But only with **pe and similar reasons. If the woman just doesn't want the responsibility after fooling around, then I am against abortion.
Perhaps that is why guys must pay child support in cases like that where there is no marriage and two people had a child. That way it would encourage the woman to have the child instead of aborting it.....

Anyways I firmly believe that the rapist should be killed. He **ped someone, he forced a horrible decision on her regarding the unborn child, and he probably traumatized her for life. He should be put down like the animal he is so he will not ruin another life.

And that is usually where most people disagree with me. I am curious, what do you think in regards to the rapist?

*BTW This picture is Ivar from Vikings TV series. If you haven't seen it you should, it is quite good. At this point though Ragnar is dead and Ivar is my favorite character!
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I think there are cases where **pe should be punishable by death, but not every case. It would depend on a number of factors, including the amount of violence or brutality the rapist inflicted on the victim.

I definitely feel that **pe is a legitimate justification for a woman having an abortion. If she gets pregnant against her will, she has absolutely no obligation to carry that pregnancy to term.
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If the media covered it in every news cycle on nearly every major network, yes I would, and so would all the liberals as they rightly should. But that doesn't happen. When young people or minorities espouse conservative viewpoints they may be mentioned on FAUX news which is, in my opinion, controlled opposition.

The adult politicians and news media are vicariously pushing their narrative and agenda through those young people.
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I like how he uses the words "leftist" and "media" for every argument he makes.
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Would you rather he called them Bolsheviks 2.0? Because that is what they really are.
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How is that?
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I just like how he blames everything on "leftist media".
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Haha :) true
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Eliminating Gun-Free Zones is pro-life! The agenda being pushed is PRO-DEATH and the scumbag media is using confused, frightened children to push it!
If everyone was armed, psychos wouldn't try anything. It's called mutually assured destruction.
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1. People who support gun control are not "pro-death". That is absurd.

2. I could also say that anti-abortion activists are using confused children to push an agenda.

3. If everyone was armed, crazy people would still try to hurt people. That's why they are crazy: they don't care.
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I used to think that the liberals on Imgflip were our biggest fun block. now that things have heated up, I'm actually noticing a more rabid response from conservatives.

These are good counter-points, by the way.
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Thank you. I do my best to be as rational and fair-minded as possible.
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M.A.D is used to refer to either drastic climate change or a nuclear war, the two most well-publicized things that could ruin humanity by our own hand.
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What is this, doublespeak a la 1984?
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Let's assure everyone's destruction and clear out this shithole!
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The best type of gun control is the control an armed citizen has over the gun in their hand to defend against an enemy. A gun-free zone is telling psychos that there are easy targets inside and no one is going to fire back.
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It's much better to fight back than be a sitting duck waiting to be hunted down by an armed psycho.
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... out of their cold dead hands

- to partyphrase the Hest!
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Those children would still be alive if the teachers were armed. Sitting in a closet hoping you won't be found by a psycho won't save anyone's life.
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How about they just stay in school and become smart and do good for society?
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lol
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Those stupid kids just go there to yell and try to get screwed.
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And they have the audacity to complain when they get shot at, damn kids!
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I'd bet less than 5% of them have ever even heard a gunshot.
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And even less died from one. Well we know how to change that!
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Yup. Armed security, just like real government buildings.
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Like the one who ran out and kept the rear door locked in Fla?
The hell with the kid!
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No, lots of um with real guns. Gunfights are won with numbers and firepower. Shooters are deterred by fear of death before they can accomplish what they set out to do (kill lots of people). One rent a cop meets neither of those criteria.
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Hey, only been almost 2.5 centuries. The 2nd Amendment will stop crime soon, I can feel it!

So when are we gonna form this volunteer militia to guard the schools?
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A world without crime doesn't exist. The 2nd amendment isn't to stop crime, it's to keep our government in check. The government cannot dominate its people if they have weapons to resist with. Assault rifles are the US citizens greatest power over our government because they can pierce military body armor. Handguns cannot.

No volunteers in the schools. They need to be paid professionals. Rather than arm teachers, our schools should have armed security that get paid extra if they teach classes and rotate from teaching to patrolling with other armed security.
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THAT'S the 2nd Amendment. Derp much?

Lying about those very words themselves doesn't help prove your case.

You're trying to deal with people who, yes, as you say, ARE more educated than you, ARE more informed than you, and ARE more intelligent than you.
Try, at least, to act the part.

Thanks for playing.
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I didn't say any of that and I didn't lie. I guess that makes you the liar, don't it?

The founding fathers did put the second amendment in as a way to keep the government they were creating in check. They had a little thing called the American Revolution in which their government exploited them so they fought back. The 2nd states that a militia and the right to bear arms "is necessary for a free state". In other words, if the citizens can't kick their governments ass if it needs it then they aren't really free.
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AKA, you can shut up now.

Liar.
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K ignore facts, put words in my mouth, bring up images of racism and stereotypes, and call me a liar.

My favorite part is when you quoted the 2nd word for word like it was helping your argument that the governments military is the same as a militia. Quote it all you want but if you don't know what the words mean you're not really reading it.

What you need is a dictionary. Try looking up "military" and "militia".
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The 2nd Amendment was to provide said goverment with a well regulated militia, as also referred to in the preamble to the Consitution, you know, for the common defense.

Feel free to join and soldier.
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The military is the tool of the government.

A militia is formed and "owned" by citizens.

The 2nd was put in place so the citizens of our country could defend themselves from foreign threats and domestic ones, including our own government and military.

The 2nd DOES NOT say that the militia it's referring to belongs to the government. The 2nd DOES say that a militia and the right to keep weapons is a right necessary to keep a free state.

If the citizens can't protect themselves from their own government then they cannot be free because the government will oppress them. Ex. The American Revolution and the events leading up to it.
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You should try reading it sometime. National Guard, anyone?

To think that they created a law so that renegade illiterate hicks that can't understand said law can go shoot things up is pretty silly - as witnessed in places from Waco to Deserat to the Confederacy. AKA no KKK.

Amendment to the United States Constitution:

"A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed"
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Nice try, not a militia
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Crime watch daily, binge watch that and you'll see how humans with guns really tend to operate
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kids*
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^ MSM lies!
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Instead of standing outside in 2 feet of snow for 20 minutes, I chose to stay inside with the rest of the boys in my grade and read the river battle from "A Clash of Kings".

I regret nothing.
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Same, bro! Except I played my stand-up bass for 17 minutes to a song with a similar name.
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You can just as easily turn that statement back on the legislator who called Emma Gonzalez a "skin-head lesbian."
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If it acts like, sounds like, looks like...
Telling the truth is bullying? EG and DH are bullying gun-owners and anyone else who believes that protecting yourself is a God-given right.
If the schools were not gun-free zones, we wouldn't have a problem.
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You act like and sound like someone who is a horrible representative of Jesus. Therefore you must not actually be a Christian.
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Considering that you think people who want to prevent the slaughter of the unborn and want to defend the living are brainwashed, I'd say you are full of demons.
I'm a horrible representative of Jesus because I'm a mere human, full of flaws. I don't think a true Christian would ever say they were a perfect representative of Jesus, because perfect humans don't exist. Only Jesus is perfect.
God hates liars, so I don't sugar-coat what I say because it's a way of lying. Too bad you can't handle that. Those demons make you weak.
I hope Jesus comes into your heart, but it's not looking good because you won't let Him in.
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What actual evidence do you have that demons exist? You say that, yet you have no proof whatsoever.

Also, Jesus wasn't perfect. He said and did some shitty things, such as comparing non-Jews to dogs and pigs. I would even say he was a shitty person in some respects. That's not even touching on the issue of his mental illness. Any human who says they created the universe is mentally ill.
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"What actual evidence do you have that demons exist? You say that, yet you have no proof whatsoever."

What's my proof? See below:
"Also, Jesus wasn't perfect. He said and did some shitty things, such as comparing non-Jews to dogs and pigs. I would even say he was a shitty person in some respects. That's not even touching on the issue of his mental illness. Any human who says they created the universe is mentally ill."
That demon has a tight rein on your mind. Jesus would help you with that if you'd let Him.
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Four Hail Marys and some epsom salt in the bath should help!
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Smh

I'll ask again. Can you show me any indisputable, verifiable, undeniable evidence that demons exist?
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"Criticized" Jesus? More like you mocked and insulted him in the vilest way your demons could muster. I'm surprised you didn't quote the satanic Talmud about Jesus being the son of a w**re and presently in Hell boiling in excrement. Demons say that kind of thing, as well as what you said. They hate Jesus with such vitriol that they can't stand for anyone to even mention His name. His name is THAT powerful. It is ALL powerful. They hate the fact that Jesus died for US humans, and not them. They torment humans because they hate us for being favored by God, and they are not.
Spiritual things cannot be measured with physical science, so you have to use witness testimony from believers that have experienced miracles after calling on Jesus. Jesus cast many demons out of many people during His ministry, and gave that power and authority over Satan and his demons to each of us if you believe in Jesus and what He did for you, and calling on His name. That's another reason demons hate us so much. We have authority over them, but they try to frighten and trick us into thinking we are powerless. Eventually they want to take us to Hell with them by tricking us into thinking God and Jesus and Satan don't exist, so do as thou wilt.
I have personally stopped a demonic attack (mislabeled "sleep paralysis") by saying "Jesus" out loud, after saying "oh God, oh God, oh God" over and over again in a panic. Then the thought came to me to say "Jesus", which I struggled to do because it felt like something invisible was on top of me, pinning me down and covering my mouth. When I finally said it, the attack stopped INSTANTLY, like I'd set whatever it was on fire. At the time I didn't know what was going on, but all I know is that it stopped when I said "Jesus" out loud. I realized that things improve, and miracles happen when I pray to Jesus. There's plenty of other witness testimonies in the New Testament (and any true Christian you care to talk to) but you cannot read with understanding if you don't have the eyes to see. And considering you're opinion of Jesus, you won't until you ask our Father, in Jesus name, to help you understand what you are reading, and repent of the hatred you have for Him.
I don't know what else to tell you. *shrug*
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"More like you mocked and insulted him in the vilest way your demons could muster."

Trust me, you haven't even seen how vile I can be when talking about Jesus :)

"His name is THAT powerful. It is ALL powerful."

The name of Jesus has no demonstrable, verifiable power. You may think it does, but you have no way to actually prove it.

"Spiritual things cannot be measured with physical science..."

Then how do you even know they exist, if they can't be proven?

"...so you have to use witness testimony from believers that have experienced miracles after calling on Jesus."

Witness testimony is utterly worthless when it comes to proving whether or not something exists. If I tell you that I own a pet dragon, would you believe my "testimony"? What about if my friends all tell you the same thing? Would you believe them?

"I have personally stopped a demonic attack (mislabeled "sleep paralysis") by saying "Jesus" out loud, after saying "oh God, oh God, oh God" over and over again in a panic."

So you're taking something that we actually have a rational explanation for, and attributing it to demons? That's not logical.

What if my car won't start and I find out the starter is broken? Can I say demons messed with my starter and broke it?

"I realized that things improve, and miracles happen when I pray to Jesus."

Any proof beyond your own words?

"There's plenty of other witness testimonies in the New Testament (and any true Christian you care to talk to) but you cannot read with understanding if you don't have the eyes to see."

Can a Muslim say the same thing to you about the Quran? That you won't truly understand it until you repent of your hatred for Mohammad and ask Allah to reveal himself to you? Nothing you are saying can't be said by anyone else from any other religion.
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hey octy, can i join in on this fight¿?
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Does this meme bother you? If so, the demons bothering you are irritated by it. What did Jesus ever do to you that you hate Him? If demons weren't overly oppressing you, you may not believe in Him, but you wouldn't hate Him and be bothered by others that do believe in Him.
As far as rational explanations, spiritual things are explained away by those influenced by demons in order to attach a mundane reason to everything, so that you don't believe in God.
If my own words and the words of others aren't proof enough for you (which in a court of law would suffice in absence of physical evidence), then you would have to have a profound, personal experience that left no doubt in your mind that it wasn't something that can be explained away scientifically.
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"Does this meme bother you?"

No

"What did Jesus ever do to you that you hate Him?"

I think some of his teachings are terrible, but it's mostly his followers I have a problem with, not Jesus personally. To be more specific, I don't mean all Christians, just the ones who negatively affect the lives of myself and other non-believers.

"If demons weren't overly oppressing you, you may not believe in Him, but you wouldn't hate Him and be bothered by others that do believe in Him."

Do you have a problem with Islam? What about Mohammad? If so, does that mean you have demons oppressing you? I'm guessing you would say no, of course not.

"As far as rational explanations, spiritual things are explained away by those influenced by demons in order to attach a mundane reason to everything, so that you don't believe in God."

It sounds like you're saying I don't believe in spiritual stuff because demons are influencing me not to? I don't believe in demons, either. So demons are the reason I don't believe in demons, which proves that demons exist? That's quite circular.

Personal experience can be terribly unreliable, and it's certainly no effective or reliable way to prove that something exists. So no, the words of you or anyone else are not by themselves sufficient to convince me that supernatural things exist.

Eyewitness testimony in court should always be approached with caution. Eyewitnesses are not as reliable as many people think. They can very well be mistaken, or even be lying. There are innocent people in prison right now who were put there because of faulty (or even fraudulent) eyewitness testimony.
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"'That's not even touching on the issue of his mental illness. Any human who says they created the universe is mentally ill.'
That demon has a tight rein on your mind. Jesus would help you with that if you'd let Him."

If someone says they're a different gender, they're mentally ill. If someone says they created the universe, we must all believe them.

Would it surprise you that I made the first bacteria? It's true. :)
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Demons are not critters or people. Demons are spirits that occasionally occupy us. A spirit is similar to a mood or feeling. Someone once said "Every fight is the same. The person who has more spirit will win the fight."

Demons are bad spirits. Anger, fear, hatred, lust, etc. A person with a lot of problems is plagued by many demons.

Demons exist in the same way that emotions exist. Popular culture has just taken the term and attached it to monsters.
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Are you saying that demon is just another term for emotion, or are they separate and distinct beings?
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It's not exactly an emotion, nor is a demon a "being." It's a malicious spirit that affects your demeanor in a negative way. A spirit is sort of like a mood. People who are involved in intensive competitions regularly are more in tune with spirits because learning to read their opponents and their own spirit is a valuable tool that can be used to predict whether or not they will be successful in a certain action.

Spirits can behave like living beings; moving around, infecting others (reproducing), resisting destruction (a will to live); but this doesn't make them "alive" any more than a yawn, which is also infectious. Sometimes they can have "personality" which is probably how the personification of demons got started thousands of years ago by pretty much every culture.

The western world doesn't have a firm grasp of what spirits are. Too much television has recoined the word to mean an apparition or ghost.

You probably won't like this example but it could be said that Trump has a strong winning spirit. Regardless of whether or not you think he's actually a winner, his winning spirit dictates his actions and can be used to predict his behavior.
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I may not agree with what you said, but thank you for clarifying it.
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Octy! *online hugs* i havent been online in soooo long! I came out of the closet to my family and they love me for it! my dad said that theres no closets in my house :D
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That's wonderful news! I'm so glad to hear that they accept and love you for who you are! :D *hugs*
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my friend hates lbgt and told me and I said, " I know why you hat gays, because your gay!" now he hates me, but i dont care, lol. Part of the reason they accept is because im too good to resist. ='D
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Haha :)
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xD
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God believes we should own killing machines, yet thou shalt not kill.
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We need more like you.
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Just because we did a walkout doesn't mean we protested gun violence. And, while imgflip is going to shit with all the political memes, you shouldn't make fun of/be an asshole to people who simply just walked out to honor the 17 students who lost their lives
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The leftist media is hyping every walkout as "protest calling for gun control" whether or not it was just to honor the 17 people who lost their lives. I haven't seen footage of any walkout that didn't contain "gun control" signs or "stop the violence" or "protect children non guns." So...
This is me being as kind as possible while telling you the truth: you are either virtue signaling that you "just wanted to honor the dead students" while knowing the main is issue that was called for last month by the vocal Parkland students on TV was a walkout for gun control OR you and some others were well intentioned in honoring the dead students but naive in thinking that your walkout isn't being used to push an agenda by leftists in the media and politicians.
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Well, even if most walkouts did have protests, who cares? They're probably just not old enough to understand gun control. Im split on the issue personally. We do need some form of gun control, but not all guns taken away completely. I don't blame the students for being afraid that their the next school that's victimized.
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4 ups, 2 replies
At a few protests the "protesters" ripped down the American flag.
Communist agenda?
I dunno, maybe.
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There are more sides than "evil" and "good", you know. And you say "a few", as in the few who were taking it too far. Don't be like the stupid teachers from your childhood that punish everyone for one idiot's actions.
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Note the "a few" as I said in a another reply, some kids just don't understand gun control and gun violence. Their parents or someone else says it's wrong, and they just go with it. But hopefully, the people who protested normally will change something. While I don't think we should just ban guns, we should have SOME form of gun control. The parkland shooter passed the shooting test and mental health test, and look what happened. We don't want this becoming the norm do we? There have been about 20 school shootings since 2018 started, that averages about 1.33 a week. We need something that can stop these things from happening
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Stop getting your information from CNN.
Two were solely suicides, for example (one of which Everytown retracted on 15 February after the Washington Post pointed out that it occurred at a school that had been closed for several months). Three involved the accidental firing of a weapon. Eight resulted in no injuries. Only seven were intentional shootings that occurred during normal school hours.
School shooting implies a columbine style shooting.
Where incidents on school grounds is what you mean.
But at the end of the day I won't change your mind via internet so I'd just have to say watch where you get your info.
(Jack insert comment here, since I know you're stalking me)
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Shoot, I had a gun accidentally discharge in my dorm one time while explaining gun safety to my gf >< doh. Scared the shit outa me and made me a hell of a lot safer around the things. I guess by CNN standards that would make me a school shooter too.
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We do have gun control laws that weren't enforced by the agencies that were alerted over and over again about the alleged shooter. To be honest, we actually need oversight on these agencies to make sure they are doing their job and enforcing the laws that are already in place.
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Oh, brother. That sounds like the NFL players saying they aren't disrespecting our country when they kneel during THE NATIONAL ANTHEM.
There's other ways to honor the students. Walk-outs are understood to be protests, not vigils.
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Something so simple that many refuse to cooperate. Upvote
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Another winner.

+1 ***Viewed and upvoted.

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This memes explain why the humans is a pile of shit
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https://yourlogicalfallacyis.com/black-or-white
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Considering that everybody at my school that went out either went out to protest for gun control or to skip class...
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That’s it. I quit Imgflip. Too political. Don’t even reply, I won’t see it.
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and dont forget lgbt+! Thhat does the most damge, people commit suicide ecause of teasing. D"=
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My point exactly.
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Like trans kids in Texas.
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We already do that almost on a no thly basis in comparison
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NATIONAL SCHOOL WALKOUT DAY; TO PROTEST GUN VIOLENCE; HOW ABOUT INSTEAD OF WALKING OUT OF SCHOOL TO PROTEST SCHOOL VIOLENCE; YOU WALK BACK INTO SCHOOL AND MAKE FRIENDS WITH AND SHOW COMPASSION FOR THE; THE STUDENTS THAT GET TEASED AND/OR BULLIED FOR THEIR MENTAL ISSUES AND SOCIAL NON-CONFORMITY?
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