“Last month I renewed my Dropbox subscription for a year. There are cheaper options out there (Google Drive being far cheaper), but I wanted to remain loyal to Dropbox as I've always been a big fan of their service. But, I can't support a company that hires someone like Rice, especially when privacy is a major factor in using their product.
Obviously they are free to hire whoever they want, as I am free to discontinue being a customer.”
“I've never met a person in my life who expressed a fear of spontaneous combustion.”
Sasha StilldaBoss Bideau on Jan 25, 2014 at 12:26:55
“I was actually afraid of that happening. I saw some a show investigating whether it was real and I didn't remember the ending so I was convinced that it could and would happen to me. But then again I was like 11”
“I think it was Kang saying "what's your excuse?" when she posted her photos that rubbed a lot of people the wrong way. There's nothing wrong with being proud of your post pregnancy body, but guilting others who haven't achieved your level of weight loss is mean spirited.”
DebbyM on Dec 22, 2013 at 06:45:16
“More likely people don't like being told they have only themselves to blame (except for legitimate cases of health issues). She was 'poking' the lazy and disinterested.”
“Now remember, what's most important when something like this happens is that we wildly speculate about how and why it happened before all of the facts are in.
And we must make wild guesses about motive based solely on our own personal political leanings.”
“People who pay income tax may not like that they have to pay it, but I'm sure they are quite happy to have a job.
Similarly, people who have to pay for health insurance may not like what they have to pay for it, but I suspect they are happy to be insured. And if they don't want to be insured, what exactly is their plan if they have a medical emergency or condition that is very costly?”
“Wrong! Those who dislike it don't understand it ! They won't dislike it in most cases when they do understand it !”
vivian777 on Oct 1, 2013 at 19:34:57
“Most of these brainwashed Republicans don't even know that the Affordable Care Act IS Obamacare.
NO WAY will they sign up for Obamacare but they are signing up in droves for the ACA.
gleep1416 on Oct 1, 2013 at 19:16:24
“Do those who like it realize that the cheapest coverage offered will cost them at least $2600 BEFORE the coverage they were MADE to purchase, kicks in , and then only covers 60%...the other 40%, is their responsibility?”
GCITI23 on Oct 1, 2013 at 19:08:18
“WRONG! those that like it are takers and those who dislike it ,are the ones who are paying, for the takers”
“OH NO!! The website has had glitches? Well, that settles it. Cancel Obamacare. There's no recovering from this debacle. If everything doesn't work perfectly the first day then it will never, ever work and there's no sense even trying.
There we go. Problem solved, thank you very much.”
“Lol! So melodramatic. Yes, we know you conservatives are desperately hoping for the death of America since you are far more interested in seeing Obama fail than seeing your country flourish. Boy, it's sure gonna suck when the sky doesn't fall, won't it?”
Sep 22, 2013 at 13:10:02
Canada British Columbia
“One I would add is that if you are a Vancouverite you must always deny that you watch TV. Or at the very least you can pick one critically acclaimed show on HBO or AMC as the only thing you watch but TV is garbage otherwise, and you're too busy with yoga, hiking, kayaking anyways.”
“Conservatives are desperately waiting for Obama to make a decision one way or another so they can proclaim it's the wrong decision.”
msscatter on Aug 30, 2013 at 18:00:30
“After coming out publicly and drawing the red line, he will be wrong either way.
Presidents normally make the statement that "all options are on the table".
If he authorizes a strike, it could set off a devastating chain of events.
Do nothing, after making a threat, and he will look spineless.
His poor choice of words could be costly, either way. Not only here, but especially abroad.”
righttip on Aug 30, 2013 at 17:55:26
“No. We are waiting for the admission from the left that you guys backed a less-honest (and competent) Bush-on-steroids.
Is this droning, patriot act expanding, Gitmo open, NSA expanding, no coalition building, deficit expanding, crony-capitalist, non-transparent, imperial president Nobel Peace Prize winner, everything you expected and desired?”
BlueTube on Aug 30, 2013 at 17:51:29
“Why did he draw the red line? Stupid move.”
spider2013 on Aug 30, 2013 at 17:48:37
“You boy ED is already saying that, and he's one of you...”
getting frisky on Aug 30, 2013 at 17:47:58
“Hes in a corner. Maybe he should try to shut his mouth in the future”
Jul 22, 2013 at 23:30:36
“I'm glad Kate gave birth to a boy. If we're going to retain an anachronistic institution that reinforces the idea that some people, solely through birthright, are more important than others, then shouldn't we also maintain the anachronistic idea that it's more ideal to have a male on the throne of England instead of a female.”
QTZmom on Jul 23, 2013 at 02:18:03
“yes the past 60 years has certainly proven that LOL”
Jul 14, 2013 at 11:57:52
“Looks like it came down to who stood their ground more effectively then.
Is you are saying that Martin had just as much right to stand his ground as Zimmerman, then you are saying Zimmerman had a right to stand his ground, no?
Which would then provide a jury with a reason to acquit him.”
“O'Hare said atheists believe hospitals should be built instead of churches. She didn't say religious people/organizations weren't capable of doing so.
If given the choice between one or the other (not both) which would you rather see built?”
intoxicat75 on Jun 3, 2013 at 13:17:20
“Both, and I know that's something you don't like and I couldn't care less. Churches are where people come to create a community, I know you don't get this but maybe try to think like someone else for a change, you might learn something.”
“Give it some time and the people who put up the Ten Commandments monuments will likely volunteer to take it down as long as the atheist monument is taken down as well.
In situations like this, I've noticed many Christians don't actually want the same rules for everyone. They want special privilege, and when that special privilege is revoked, they usually take their ball and go home.
Even if they don't, these kind of occurrences are important. We have to remind the Christian majority in this country they have no more right to spread their message using public property than anyone else does.”
CyberAmish on Jun 1, 2013 at 13:48:40
“I suppose the old saying, 'From your lips to God's ear," really cannot apply here, but I hope you're right. In my experience, though, Christians are renowned for taking down the monuments only to erect bigger ones when they feel challenged.”
Tasin on Jun 1, 2013 at 11:25:27
“Atheism is not a religion, therefore it does not apply to the CONSTITUTION.”
1000demons on Jun 1, 2013 at 11:22:12
“Although realistically, I'd wager they won't take the official channels. They'll just deface it time and again, since they don't believe in real equality and just want special treatment. Dare deface their 10 Commandments, and watch the anger boil over. Watch them smirk as they deface ours. But don't expect them to understand the hypocrisy of it.”
“Glen Beck might be a closeted atheist. Not unlike some closeted homosexuals who feel shame for who they really are and they attack other homosexuals as a way to deny their true self.
Add that to the list of conspiracy theories.”
“Care to speculate what the reaction might be if such a scenario did occur? Or if someone displayed a banner that said "We can win without God".
Or if an inspiring verse from the Koran was displayed.
Now, you can play all naive and say "I don't know what would happen. Why don't you give it a try."
But of course you know what would happen. Christians would be outraged. Whether or not one is for or against displaying such banners at a football game, can we at least admit there's not a level playing field here so far as free speech is concerned.”
BarryMayor on May 11, 2013 at 11:16:39
“"Care to speculate what the reaction might be if such a scenario did occur?"
If the population was 90% Scientologist, it would be normal, much like a prayer is normal to these folks, who are almost all Christian of some denomination or other.
" Or if someone displayed a banner that said "We can win without God".
Again, if 90% or more were atheist, that would be normal.
If I go to an atheist convention preaching the coming of Christ, I wouldn't expect to be warmly welcomed. You have to think about this rationally.”