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Dogs seem to be more human than people. A dog will be your friend no matter if you're black, white, red, brown, yellow, gay, straight, lesbian, bisexual, cripple, blind, deaf, mentally handicapped, tall, short, fat or thin. A dog simply doesn't care, amirite?

I've seen dogs hate men, or hate women, or hate black people, or hate white people, hate children, hate elderly people, hate people with crutches, hate people with wheelchairs, hate people on motorcycles, hate people on skateboards. Dogs are mostly loyal to the hand that feeds them and provides attention and affection. I've not had a dog dislike me yet, but very much so to other people. I'm not even more of a "dog person" than a "cat person", so I don't understand why dogs actually like me so much. No matter the animal, I always like to get on the ground and play as they do-that tends to help with the more skittish ones.

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Vrendowl 3 months ago

For some reason or another, you never see certain people angry, amirite?

Exhibiting and displaying anger [or even laughter for a few I've known], is a choice we all make. Getting angry merely gives control of your most passionate emotions to the one in which your anger is directed towards. Every person has that personal line that will trigger their anger, and if you haven't seen a person get angry, then that is great, you aren't triggering it, and you don't know the person that could. It's always a bit scarier to me when you first see such people angry; there's honestly no way of telling what will happen since there is nothing in their history that would give an idea of such. When one of my aunts started cursing, which she never did, it was a bit funny to some at first, then they realized just how seriously angry she was. It didn't stop there, she became physically violent in ways we thought not possible.

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Vrendowl 3 months ago

It is possible for a guy and girl to just be friends, amirite?

Most of my friends have been guys, because I do not get along with most of the gals that I have met. There has been times in which an interest was displayed for something more, but I do not ever wish to affect a good standing friendship with risking trying to make it something more, because it would only become awkward after that. I treasure my friends quite possibly to a higher degree than relationships I have had, because they come and go. Friendships that last of any gender are incredibly hard to find, and this opinion is just mine, so none of y'all really need to understand or agree. Still putting it out there though. If you're a female and have a male friend that either you don't wish to introduce to your partner, or they don't wish to meet your partner; then that is a pretty good indication that it is not a wholesome friendship that you toot. If you are a male and have a female friend that either you don't wish to introduce to your partner, or they don't wish to meet your partner; then that is a pretty good indication that it is not a wholesome friendship you toot either. If I haven't been clear, or if more of my insight or opinion on this matter is even wanted, just ask.

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Vrendowl 3 months ago

Sometimes, it's important to hit rock bottom. That way, when you climb all the way back up, it feels even better than you could have imagined. amirite?

I believe that our lowest moments give the relativity to feel that much more grand in our highest moments. Life has been compared to a roller coaster, ups, downs, loopy-loops, dark tunnels, twists and turns. Just enjoy the ride and find solace in knowing that each moment is fleeting, the happiness, and the sadness, and the anger, and the disgust, and fears, and the troubles, etc. When we get stuck on one part or experience, we fail to see that we've already gotten passed it.

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Vrendowl 3 months ago

People shouldn't hate homophobes for hating gay people. They have the right to their beliefs so people shouldn't be able to hate on homophobes, amirite?

Most of the homophobic people that I have met are such way because their religion says it's a sin, and "it's unnatural". Yeah, okay, that's why humans are not the ones to display homosexuality. Also, looking at it from the religious point of view, if you want to call it a sin, then why display so much hate for that sin if you won't show the same hatred for sinners guilty of adultery, murder, thieves, etc. Sexual preference has been found to be shown differently in a persons brain, making it a nature of either genetics or something that is clearly shown not to be of that persons choosing. Mothers or other family members of a person that comes out of the closet often say that they knew long before the person admitted it or sometimes, before they were even aware of it themselves. With all of the hate and abuse that has been directed towards the LGBT community, why on Earth would anyone actually want to CHOOSE to experience those things. Showing blatant hate to someone who is in no way actually harming or hating you is ridiculous in my mind. That is just me though, and I may be biased as I am bisexual myself, no, not bi-curious, bisexual. Being married means, even though I may have been attracted to either male or female people before, acting on such would be cheating. So, people say I should just consider myself straight. No one has the right to say what one person should or should not like. Honestly, is this the battle that must be fought?

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Vrendowl 3 months ago

If you see a coworker slacking off, you merely need to continue your own efforts at your best efforts, not allow your work ethic to steep down to anything less just because someone else's has.

You need to mock them relentlessly. Then when they are replaced keep your standards high.

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DW2 3 months ago

In response to “You need to mock them relentlessly. Then when...

lol. We have one who likes to take selfies with her phone, text on her phone, constantly mess with her shoes{I have NO idea why}, and then doesn't say a word when she walks away from the conveyor belt to either get a drink of water or to go to the restroom. I have affectionately given her the name "Houdini", since she likes to play disappearing acts. We've got someone who only has one hand and she does more than Houdini.

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Vrendowl 3 months ago

Relationship Question: If you do not communicate your feelings for whatever reason, doesn't it only seem logical that your partner will also hold back theirs?

No, I don't think that's a fair statement.

Some people make assumptions about what others think of them. Maybe they are right, maybe not.

Your logic would lead me to believe that if I shared my feelings that my partner must have shared theirs. Does not compute.

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Budwick 3 months ago

In response to “No, I don't think that's a fair...

As I wrote in further explaining, someone has to be first. Also, the entire point of actually communicating erases any assumptions.

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Vrendowl 3 months ago

Math is a Universal Language, God is the Universe; therefore, God speaks with math and numbers. It can also be observed in the geometry of all living things.

Math is kind of a universally understood thing between people - if they have been trained in math.

I think God speaks to everyone in ways that are understandable to each of us. Whether we know math or not. And, it's up to us to listen

Romans 1:18-20 King James Version (KJV)

18 For the wrath of God is revealed from heaven against all ungodliness and unrighteousness of men, who hold the truth in unrighteousness;

19 Because that which may be known of God is manifest in them; for God hath shewed it unto them.

20 For the invisible things of him from the creation of the world are clearly seen, being understood by the things that are made, even his eternal power and Godhead; so that they are without excuse:

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Budwick 3 months ago

In response to “Math is kind of a universally understood...

Most know basic arithmetic, and it is not the only way that we can receive guidance. Twas a thought I enjoyed employing. I just love math so very much. =)

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Vrendowl 3 months ago

Relationship Question: If you do not communicate your feelings for whatever reason, doesn't it only seem logical that your partner will also hold back theirs?

I have problems letting people near me.

These days, even more than previously, which was already bad enough.

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ZonkeyBalls 3 months ago

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I went through a phase like this myself, when I seemed to be losing every person that was ever close enough to open my heart to.

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Vrendowl 3 months ago

This is not going to be a popular question, is it? You have nothing to say, that will turn me around and question the obvious principles behind this one, simple question. Water is water. Accept it.

Except when it is ice or steam.

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Vrendowl 3 months ago

Are trees dangerous on purpose?

I can see how ignoring their placement has been the root of more than one problem.

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Vrendowl 3 months ago

Is being clever the only thing, that makes the world a better place? What about heart and soul? Feeling. Apparently some people think that only brain is needed, cold logic like... Well... Vulcans and Fr... Anyways, can we live up to their expectations? Or do we follow our feelings for this wonderful planet?

I think with my brain, heart, and stomach. They sometimes argue, but to the victor goes the spoils. The spoils in this case, what I say, write, or do.

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Vrendowl 3 months ago

Is the answer more important than the question?

The treasure is said to be in the question.

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Vrendowl 3 months ago

Math is a Universal Language, God is the Universe; therefore, God speaks with math and numbers. It can also be observed in the geometry of all living things.

The LORD by wisdom hath founded the earth; by understanding hath he established the heavens. By his knowledge the depths are broken up, and the clouds drop down the dew.
-King Solomon, (990 - 931 BC)
Proverbs 3:20

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Maze 3 months ago

In response to “The LORD by wisdom hath founded the earth; by...

It's intrigues me greatly that you chose this of all quotes to share. I have recently read and prayed Solomon's prayer, and 320 was a number from which resonated with me and helped to answer a fundamental question for me. Thank you for adding in a positive manner without sarcasm.

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Vrendowl 3 months ago

Each day should be lived to the fullest in ways that you stay true to yourself, and be happy. Waiting for tomorrow to live is silly when we don't have any sort of guarantee that we will even awaken each day.

I apologize in advance, but I disagree.

The contrast is the key word here. Without suffering and pain, where would
we be painting that subjected contrast against? A white canvast. Well, painting something completely black wouldn't help that much. But, there are many other things that could help to roll about. Just thinkin'

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ZonkeyBalls 3 months ago

In response to “I apologize in advance, but I disagree. The...

I said nothing of not having to suffer or endure pains within our lives. I actually do not believe we could have a full capacity understand pleasure without pain, or pain without pleasure. I am all about balance. =) My point was that I see a lot of people putting off plans to do something or live the life they want to live; a good friend recently was told by his doctor he only had 2 weeks to live. He is currently [finally] living his life to do things he wants to do each day, spending time with friends and family, and fishing on the lake, not obsessing and worrying about the future.

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Vrendowl 3 months ago

Integrity is the hardest thing to prove you have, because the moment you start to tell others of your "good deeds", the ideal becomes moot. Keep doing the right thing, without expectations of getting noticed or praised, or keeping a record of such: then you will have integrity. Be humble, not dishonest, and don't criticize others for not demonstrating integrity. Be happy and focus on what you can do for others and yourself.

Integrity is doing the right thing even when no one is looking.

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Linnster 3 months ago

In response to “Integrity is doing the right thing even when...

You are correct in this. I was expanding on it without trying to regurgitate what most already know.

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Vrendowl 3 months ago

A baby should be a blessing, not a consequence, amirite?

A baby is a blessing. Also, a parent should NEVER tell a child that they were almost or should've been aborted..

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Vrendowl 3 months ago

Do not rebuke mockers, or they will hate you; rebuke the wise, and they will love you.

How about, do not rebuke anyone, because you know not why in full comprehension how their shoes feel even for a day, let alone a lifetime of experiences.

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Vrendowl 3 months ago

Tomorrow is the most important thing in life. Comes into us at midnight very clean. It's perfect when it arrives and it puts itself in our hands. It hopes we've learned something from yesterday.

Today is the most important. We never see tomorrow, and once today is over, it turns into yesterday. It's perfect when we can find a balance in retrospecting the past, and putting actions into today to prepare for tomorrow.

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Vrendowl 3 months ago

Is evil something you are, or something you do?

Actions can be evil, each person carries within them the capacity to do evil works. No one is inherently good or evil.

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Vrendowl 3 months ago

Three sentences for getting SUCCESS: a) know more than other b) work more than other c) expect less than other

Although, knowing more does not necessarily have to be true. If you work consistently and efficiently, without slacking off; I think it's a good recipe for success. That being said, one should never stop learning, especially in the fields they work in. Utilize your resources and be on the constant road of improvement and growth. Take the initiative, don't wait to be told to do something, especially if you feel you've nothing else to do.

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Vrendowl 3 months ago

Some people were dropped as babies, and some were clearly thrown at a wall, amirite?

My sister was dropped on her head, cracking her skull ear to ear. I was thrown against a wall, messing my back up for life.

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Vrendowl 3 months ago

"Butt-load" and "shit-ton" should be actual measurements of volume and weight, respectively. Then you could say things like "kilobutt-load" and "microshit-ton" as well as "gigashit-tons per nanobutt-load". Amirite?

they are.

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Vrendowl 3 months ago

The morning after a sleepover is never even close to as fun as before you went to sleep, amirite?

It's hilarious to everyone that stayed up after the first person went to sleep.

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Vrendowl 3 months ago

You haven't told many of your friends about amirite because it's kind of 'your thing', amirite?

If they wanted to hear my opinion to start with, I wouldn't posting here.

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Vrendowl 3 months ago

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