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Chris Martinez asked 16 days ago · 6 Answers
50 yrs in the future how will President Trump be taught to the children?😊

The same as in Kazakhstan.

Daniel asked 16 days ago · 12 Answers
What would you want to be famous for if you had to be famous?

I'd like to be famous as a philosopher. Or an actor. Or a musician (EDM). Or the physicist who provides a complete, elegant and illuminating fusion of GTR and QM.

Wasserpistole asked 16 days ago · 7 Answers
Can you give me one example when lying not only is okay but the right thing to do?

Your sister's psychopathic ex-boyfriend holds you at gunpoint and demands that you tell him where she currently resides..

ZouBisouBisou asked 16 days ago · 9 Answers
Should people be punished for stupid things they say on the internet when they were young or is it really who they are? https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=Zb4JKTgoBE0

I think people should have freedom of speech, both legally and on a practical level (which means they shouldn't be fired, etc. for things they say on the internet). Also people do often change from when they're younger, I don't agree that they would necess

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Penelope asked 15 days ago · 6 Answers
How many times should a person be allowed to be tried for the same crime? —- East Finchley shooting: Fifth murder trial finds man guilty https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-london-54086620

There's no ideal number. No matter how you do it, innocent people will be put in imprisoned and guilty people will go free, so you're just making an arbitrary trade-off by defining a limit. Though I like the way it is in the US: you can only be tried once

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Balem asked 15 days ago · 3 Answers
In your circle/s , are people reflexive in their own way or have they learned it/copied it from others?

I think everyone's a mixture of both.

Balem asked 15 days ago · 7 Answers
If you had depression. Were you attracted to depression or you just had some bad experiences ?

I have the feeling the only reason people get depressed is because of suckass world. In a healthy world people wouldn't just get depression because they're attracted to it. So it's always either bad experiences or more subtle forms of mindfuckery that happ

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Daniel asked 18 days ago · 13 Answers
Did you ever listen to songs by neo nazis?

Don't know, don't care.

Chris Martinez asked 17 days ago · 6 Answers
since this was a bust I thought id ask my adoring fans ( you guys😁) what are some great Nintendo 3DS game to play or any DS games? Please tell me I didn't waste 140 dollars on this thing🙂

Mario Kart, Super Mario Land

Chris Martinez asked 17 days ago · 7 Answers
What are the pros and cons of universal basic income? 🙂

Pro: people won't have to stress out all the time over their jobs because there'll be a safety net so they can't end up homeless, it'll be a more compassionate country where we don't let a sizable proportion of the population live on the streets and beg fo

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Wasserpistole asked 17 days ago · 9 Answers
When was the last time you were truly happy?

Many years ago, for a few seconds. Maybe about 20 years ago.

Balem asked 18 days ago · 4 Answers
Is it okay to move a butt with your hands if you're in a hurry and they're blocking the way ?

In the US you'd probably get slapped, or worse like arrested and put on the sex offenders list.

Daniel asked 18 days ago · 11 Answers
What should never be forgiven?

Nothing.

ZouBisouBisou asked 18 days ago · 12 Answers
Redheads, yay or nay? https://imgur.com/gallery/oHs0o0z

Redheads are beautiful <3

Chris Martinez asked 20 days ago · 7 Answers
This teacher explains why she doesn't give her students homework. https://twitter.com/luxiofer/status/1302155267614732288?s=20. Are u pro homework or anti homework? 🙂

Very anti. School is child abuse. It's bad enough without having to take it home with you, eating up an even larger proportion of your waking hours. Even most adults don't have to take their work home with them.

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