Took the words straight from my mouth, Walrus.It's not just here. People everywhere are two-faced. It's easier to stick with the popular side than it is the unpopular one. That's why you see little kids with no knowledge of politics spewing off shit they don't even understand concerning the presidency.
Were you really going to say that exact thing, Kelsh!?
"What else?" said the secretary.
Me and Walrus are siamese twins.
Boy oh boy, do I love being neutral~
Her "neutrality," at the very least, is better than blatant ass kissing, which I've seen people here do when they're afraid of being flamed. Might cover their asses for a little while but it doesn't help them in the long run.
Walrus; tell them how we're siamese twins and that we both only have one arm so it's we have to use team work to type.
I'm not a coward if I simply don't have anything to contribute to the debate at hand.
It's okay. We like it.That must really suck, i can donate my arm to you, for a price of course
It's a case of one of those things where everyone is kinda not doing anything, but when one person is brave then all of a sudden everyone's brave.
Check it at the minute and a half mark~
That's where i got the idea from about people being brave.
This reminds me of The Pokemon Movie
When I go to florida I'm going to have the song from the Pikachu short in the movie stuck in my head.
I already know..
Vacation's where I wanna be... I don't remember the rest
An example was a story where over 60 people witnessed a stabbing murder on their street, but no one helped the lady being attacked. People were inside their houses actually looking at the other witnesses to see what they did. Nobody stood up for the women, so she was stabbed to death.
If one person had been brave enough, the ending would've surely ended differently.
Eh. I watch too much imformational television.