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Thursday, November 11, 2010

Who Does That?

I was sitting next to this guy at a traffic light the other day. He was smoking a cigarette in a brand new Mercedes Benz with the windows rolled up. Who does that?

Saturday, November 6, 2010


I think that when a person is deemed a hater by someone else, it's just the deemer making themselves feel better about their own righteousness. Does a person have to like everything on earth in order to not be a hater? If a person expresses their opinion and it doesn't line up with another person's, does that make one of the people a hater? I think calling someone a hater is pretty shallow. It seems to imply a sense of narrowmindedness; that the "non-hater" won't accept that other people might not have the same likes or opinions as them. In this ever self-satisflying world, this mentality is only gonna get worse. As it gets easier and easier to program every gadget and convenience to a person's exact specifications, humans' acceptance of others' methods and preferences will diminish.