>Terrorism. So what?

>Why is everyone making such a big deal about terrorism? So a few people get killed and a building damaged. There are plenty more where those came from.

The only real factor in terrorism is the fictitious link between an explosion and the stock market. Unless they blow up Wall Street there should be no effect on the stock market. Life goes on and so does business.

If we continue to be so concerned about terrorism, the terrorists win! We need to just let the babies cry until they go to sleep.

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>The beginning of the end for racial discrimination.

>Finally!
The first step to ending race discrimination.

“The Supreme Court has struck down race based assignment in public schools, saying school districts cannot maintain diversity by assigning students to schools based on their race.”

I thought I was the only one who noticed that racial discrimination was alive and well in the 21st century. ‘Diversity’ was just a ‘politically correct’ term for reverse discrimination.

“The only way to stop racial discrimination is to stop racial discrimination.”

>Am I screwed or what?

>I went to eHarmony.com. After spending 30 minutes HONESTLY answering the matching survey it comes back and says straight out that there is nobody for me:

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UNABLE TO MATCH YOU AT THIS TIME.

eHarmony is based upon a complex matching system developed through extensive research with married couples. One of the requirements for successful matching is that participants fall within certain defined profiles. If we find that we will not be able to match a user using these profiles, we feel it is only fair to inform them early in the process.

We are so convinced of the importance of creating compatible matches to help people establish happy, lasting relationships that we sometimes choose not to provide service rather than risk an uncertain match.

Unfortunately, we are not able to make our profiles work for you. Our matching model could not accurately predict with whom you would be best matched. This occurs for about 20% of potential users, so 1 in 5 people simply will not benefit from our service. We hope that you understand, and we regret our inability to provide service for you at this time.

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I’m doomed to a life of overwhelming loneliness.

>Save Everyone

>When is the “Save everyone” fad going to end? We don’t have to make EVERYTHING absolutely safe. People are supposed to get hurt. They are supposed to get sick or have accidents and die. We are experiencing a serious overpopulation issue and if nobody dies it just gets worse.

Also. Thank you for not breeding.