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I live in the glorious USA, and I hate all Canadians' guts. This is a young couple (man and woman), I don't care if they're good people, I assume they're liberal Trudeau supporting cucks, and I HATE them nonetheless.So should I:Throw rocks at their house?Put dog poop in their mailbox?Spray paint their house reading "Evil Canadian Cucks Go Home!"?Set a Canadian flag on fire?Urinate on their lawn?There are no good Canadian people in this world, and i guarentee these Canadian mother*ckers are evil!Get all Canadian cucks out of my Murica! And away from my Murica!
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Usually, an adult rejoicing the death of a child is seen as taboo. Nevertheless, have you ever felt that way, for example if the kid was mean/a bully/bratty etc.
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LMAO imagine thinking 1940s Americans would stand for gay marriage, abortion or interracial marriage, in fact by today's standards WW2 soldiers would be called Nazis, I mean if they could see what they died for they would of probably put down their arms and fought with the GermansFighting Nazis Then Vs Now | FreedomToonshttps://m.youtube.com/watch?v=u88EIoUkKQ...
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I have no sympathy for that. I have sympathy for the countless women who would be shamed if high school teachers were allowed to openly express their pro life views to students
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Some of them have told me that. Others have told me they know he is a moron but its still better than having Hillary.
6 days
When last I checked, it was you conservatives who pretended that all children needed a mother AND a father.


Edit: Oh, I see. You're being racist. I'm sure YOUR parents are quite proud.
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Yes, superficial people do and there’s no lack of them.
1 week
1. false
2. false
3. false
4. they aren't
the most racist people are religious people
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I have O- blood, which is the universal donor type in case you didn't know, that means that in a case of emergency any blood type can receive my blood. I am agnostic so I have no religious problems donating blood... but I just don't like the idea of my blood in another persons body. It's a totally irrational thought as far as I'm concerned. I am all for blood donation and reception, I just don't like the idea of my blood in another persons body. I also don't like the idea or feeling of blood being taken from my body. Similarly I don't like the idea of another persons blood in mine... I dislike that even more. Now if there was a person dying next to me and they needed my blood, I would obviously help them and volunteer for a transfusion, and if I needed a transfusion to live, I would accept. Anything short of life or death scenarios right in front of my eyes though and I'll decline. Do you think I am selfish or wrong for thinking this way? Sorry for the weird question and thanks for your answers.
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The lack of diversity in our genetics suggests that our species has been down to just a thousand (?) or so individuals a few dozen millennia ago, and probably one time before that.

So yes, every two random humans are all several kinds of distant cousins to eachother