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A rant about gay marriage and the people who are against it.
Again,your wisdom has opened my eyes.ALL HAIL FOAMY!But seriously,marriage?People are too unstable emotionally to maintain such a relationship for so long.
I agree, where ARE those binoculars?
Oh, and the other stuff too.
true in every way
Overall, I liked it. Especially the middle fingers flying in off the side of the screen. Like all Neurotically Yours pieces, I do feel the animation could be a little more refined, but oh well, but again, overall, good. I am a bit of a vindictive antitheistic asshole, though, so I have to call you on one thing: The Ten Commandments have, like, four good commandments. The rest is religious claptrap or vaguely misogynistic. To wit:
1: "Though shalt have no other gods before me"
Religious garbage, not a rule that matters to anyone else.
2: "Though shalt not make unto thee any graven image..."
Personally, I like statues and sculptures, and no imaginary sky wizard is going to keep them from me. Fortunately, even the worst Christians tend to ignore this one. Supposedly because the rest of the commandment says not to worship the graven images one might make, but that definitely reads more like an addition to the first segment than a modification.
3: "Though shalt not take the name of the Lord they God in vain;"
Goddamn, YHWH is a vain, douchey asshole, and this is irrelevant to everyone besides his fanboys.
4: "Remember the sabbath day, to keep it holy."
Again, no one cares.
5: "Honour they father and they mother:"
Bullshit. Parents, like everyone else, have to earn their honor. If your dad molests you and your mom beats you with a fire poker, you don't have to honor them. They only get that if they're good people.
6: "Though shalt not kill."
And we wait until we're halfway through to get to a worthwhile one. It's still perhaps a little overly absolute, as one does have the right to defend oneself should that become necessary.
7: "Though shalt not commit adultery."
This isn't quite something that fits modern society. Some people are perfectly ok with their partner doing things that would count as "adultery". Hell, I'm one of them. If I'm in a relationship, and it makes my partner happy to fuck someone else, and they're careful to not get pregnant or AIDS, I just can't see a reason to stand in the way of their happiness. Some people are more traditional than me, but they aren't everyone. This is outdated, and absolutist.
8: "Thou shalt not steal."
Mostly a good one. Again, too absolute. Are you starving? Will Wal-Mart miss, honestly, anything that's stolen from there, so long as its within their standard theft projections? The answer to the second part, at least, is no.
9: "Though shalt not bear false witness against they neighbour."
Probably the only one I just like, completely. Lying about people is bad. I'm sure I could find a situation where it would be ok, but it would be far more of an edge case than the others.
10: "Though shalt not covet... they neighbor's wife..."
Ignoring the fact that people aren't really in control of basic emotional responses like coveting things, the worst part about this is that it treats women as property. But, hey, Bible. What do you expect?
Sorry to rant back at your rant, Brosama bin Laden. I am just quite dedicated to certain things, is all.
MY ex gotme into the GSA when I was in school, so I agree with you.
On another note, I don't know why anyone complains about his blinking. I barely even noyice it, and actually, I think its kinda cute and helps him express emotions.
A story about a dog!
this art teacher is WHACK!!!!
Meeting new people on the first day can be a real gamble.
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