Says the person that bans people for reasons such as "being the biggest fag since hicky was a fag".
Dogar did that actually, you absolute moron.
the day the dorwards seperated from the gordons dunno when that was but its important to me
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I say the most important/influential day is the moment when humans discovered fire. That lead in turn to warmth, (Relative) safety, new types of foods, a reliable source of protein, and ultimately lead to the rise of civilization.
People admire and respect their superiors, are repulsed and disgusted by their inferiors, and connect to their equals.
The extreme highs and lows in life get a strong reaction - Yet it the averages in life that most people connect to.
The class system is nothing more then different groups of people grouping with their fellow equals and feeling the sense of separation from their superiors and inferiors.
Well that's really not at all a pinpoint able thing.
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origin of undateable concepts are exempt
The day humans decided to raise animals before they killed them for food. Or when humans built boats, or the invention of the wheel.
Also, who's genius idea was it to drink cows milk? Did the look at one and think ''Lets see what happens if I suck on those dangily things on its belly''
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Some are sharp
Some are beautiful
And all are different colors
But they learn to live in the same box
You know where this is going;)
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Just to point something out, today was National History Day. You should sign up for the Philly contest in March, Tim. That way, if you win the senior Philly division and I win the Junior Pitt division, we'll both be at Penn State.
Yay, Pennsylvania. Woo woo.
Anyways, I think the most important day (for America at least) was when the Sugar Act was passed. It made the colonists revolt from England, we won the war, and now we're our own country. Otherwise, we'd all have sweet accents.
I disagree. It would have to be the First Continental Congress, for America.
That's the present and the future.
The death of Crispus Attucks was rather important.
Crazy, we're studying all of that in Social Studies right now. Everytime my teacher says "revolution" I think "V for Vendetta".
I dunno...I'd say that the most important day in American history is the day that the first settlers landed on the coast of the 'New World'.
I mean, the British weren't the first people on the land, but had they never landed or discovered America some other country would have. I'm sure the Chinese or Japanese were wondering what was on the other side of the world, just like England was, and had Columbus' idea been rejected, they prolly would have colonized the West coast.
Now had England gotten to the punch a few years later, which I'm sure they would have, we'd have a war between England and the Chinese/Japanese. Basically it would have changed everything.
That's what I think. =)
I made a racist comment in 5th grade about Columbus by accident. The teacher had Mexican in her family too, so I got a good yelling at by her.