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So who else is avoiding these numerous political threads?

BigSmooth

Lifer
Aug 18, 2000
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Since they mostly contain people getting all pissed at each other, I am avoiding them as well.
 

Isla

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Sep 12, 2000
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LOL, Adul!

I logged back on just to applaud you...

Actually, the good thing is that they may keep my posting down for the evening...
 

Napalm381

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Oct 10, 1999
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Oh, so now we have a wimpy little alien too.
Us bulls never back down from a fight! :p
 

nateholtrop

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Jun 8, 2000
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*throws his hand in the air* *screams me me*

:)

dont like politics didnt register to vote and yadayada
 

Spoooon

Lifer
Mar 3, 2000
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American Politics:

Gore: 1+1=3
Bush: 1+1=1
Average American Citizen: I thought it equaled 2??

Gore: I have facts that prove 1+1=3.
Bush: I have facts that prove 1+1=1.
Average American Citizen: But, doesn't it equal 2??


Argh!!
 

Napalm381

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Oct 10, 1999
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<< dont like politics didnt register to vote >>


If you don't vote, then you don't have the right to complain about the state of politics.
 

slicksilver

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Mar 14, 2000
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i hate politics ......the politics-related messages in the board dont bother me much coz. I&quot;m not american

Raj
 

Yeeny

Lifer
Feb 2, 2000
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I do, because I know who I am going to vote for, and I have no interest in trying to change somebodys mind, or having them try change mine. And besides, it gets heated in there, and I don't want soot marks in my hair from the flames. ;)
 

FlashG

Platinum Member
Dec 23, 1999
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Same here,

I don't like to discuss politics or religion. I'ts my own bidness.



 

UG

Diamond Member
Oct 9, 1999
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Napalm381;

<...If you don't vote, then you don't have the right to complain...>

Au contraire. Not voting is a vote, in and of itself, for something not on a particular ballot. It is protected free speech.

You may claim there is no right to complain without casting a vote, but your are making an assumption the facts in support of which are not themselves in factual evidence.

Where's your legal proof to support such an opinion?
 

Regine

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Sep 11, 2000
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I always say when I'm eligible to vote (citizenship should go through any day now :)), then I'll be somewhat interested.
Until then I avoid it ;)
 

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