Sad because the need exists. When did basic critical thinking stop being something that even freshmen university students came already equipped with?
In this day and age, sexism is any action done by the opposite sex that bothers, annoys, insults, or troubles you in any conceivable way.
No. It's not. That you don't know the fucking difference is ample evidence of the problem here. Grow up. Educate yourself. Stop blaming others who highlight your willful ignorance.
Have you ever been able to trust it? I doubt it, so nothing has really changed in this regard and the timing of this question seems partisan.
Oh, fucking please... Have you ever heard such juvenile falsehoods uttered by official Whitehouse representatives before? Unless you're Kellyanne Conway, you have to admit that this is different. The good news is, if they don't get this silly bullshit under control, they're going to drag the entire GOP down with them.
Because conservatives aren't as hateful and violent as liberals?
Take your time. We'll wait...
protip: thousands < millions yeah, I know that wrecks your quote. This is slashdot, where technically correct is the best kind of correct.
What part of "as if" escaped your attention, young padawan? You see, the phrase "as if" implies an hypothetical scenario and should not be confused with a declarative statement like, "Millions of voices dialed out...". I know that wrecks your attempt at pendantry. Maybe you should stick with the blaster.
That is the point. In the "Five Eyes" (US, UK, Canada, Australia, NZ), data is being collected, and it is possible that maybe someday that data could be used to roundup and arrest dissidents or people that question authority.
Exactly, and it's already started. I certainly feel just a little bit less safe since the election last month, given the incoming administration's plainly stated intent to violate my Constitutional rights. Then again, they're probably going to have a bitch of a time pinning down the political leanings of a liberal who likes guns and NASCAR, so I may be safe for a while.
You can bring any calculator you like to the midterm, as long as it doesn't dim the lights when you turn it on. -- Hepler, Systems Design 182