Alright, so I'm kind of afraid of being in a regular elevator in the first place. I still go in them and everything, but not one that extends all the way to space. However, if this thing is built and they have vacations in space and stuff like that, I might just have to get over that fear.
For me, marriage is a commitment you make because you can't (and don't want to) see yourself anywhere except with that person. It is a promise that you should keep for the rest of your life. I don't believe in divorce as a solution to "we're just not getting along anymore," unless other solutions are sought and nothing rectifies the problem. However, if abuse, verbal or physical, is involved, I can understand why divorce should happen.
When it comes to same-sex marriage, I don't see anything wrong with that. People tell me that since I'm a Christian, I should believe that same-sex relationships are sinful, etc. But I don't think the Bible should be taken verbatim. For some things, yes. But I think a lot of times, the things written in it were just written to reflect society at the time. I think we need to consider things based on what would be best for society as a whole. How is more love in the world a bad thing? If you asked someone who is against same-sex marriage if more love in the world would be a good thing, I'm sure they would say yes. But as soon as same-sex love was mentioned, it would suddenly be a different story. That's kind of like hypocrisy, isn't it?
We also discussed the effect same-sex parents would have on children. I don't see how it is any different from having a mom and a dad. There are children who are abused and are raised badly from straight parents, but that is rarely the argument. People say that if a Lesbian or Gay couple raise a child, their child will end up being Gay or Lesbian. That doesn't even make sense to me. It's all about the individual person. Yes, a person's upbringing is probably the basis of that person's being. However, aren't there people who were raised by straight parents, that ended up being gay anyways? I just don't understand the argument here.
Any other opinions? I might not have written my opinion very well since I'm trying to hurry and express my thoughts before class, so I'm sorry if it's not comprehensible. I'm interested in anything you have to say, regardless of whether you agree or disagree with me :)
What is a word that I could use for this author to describe her narrow-mindedness and assumptive attitude?
INCLUDING SHIPPING !!!!!!!!
I am SO. PUMPED! The seller got three copies for free at a movie gallery bankruptcy, and sold them on ebid. I tried to get all 3 so I could sell 2 online for $250 on ebay since that's what they go for there, but someone outbid me in the last 3 seconds. That's okay though, because I got my own copy. That amounts to $3.64 per season. GAH! No more watching TNG on Surfthechannel.com with Japanese subtitles :D :D :D :D :D
P.S. My roommate is a junior so she won't be here until Sunday, which means no TV until Sunday, which means I can't watch Cheetah Girls: One World tonight. Lol, I still love Disney Channel idk why. But oh well, I'll just watch it on surfthechannel.com or something.
P.S. I know I haven't been very active lately. I started working after I graduated so I haven't been online much. Yay Chlark! I hope you guys are successful in making the writers realize Chlois should/will happen.
Which Star Trek: TNG character are you?
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Data was the fifth and next-to-last model created by Soong and his then-wife Juliana on the Omicron Theta science colony, activated on Feb. 2, 2338 when found by members of a U.S.S. Tripoli away team after the Crystalline Entity had drained the life force from the 411-member colony.