Re: A lotta donuts
There's a Krispy Kreme in Harrods.
14 posts • joined 23 Nov 2011
The Foo Fighters are more than just "sill getting work" - they've not stopped touring or releasing albums in years. Their last album was very successful and their shows still sell out. Sometimes they'll just keep playing for like, 4 hours straight... those dudes have crazy passion and stamina. Definitely still big players.
Stop being so entitled.
You don't get to complain when a sit owner impedes access to THEIR OWN SITE, no matter how useful it is to you, or anyone else.
Especially when it's done in protest of legislation that affects the entire world - hardly a local dispute.
Can't tell if trolling or just stupid.
...I'm not sure if this is the right way to go. It just reeks of censorship. I don't believe in all that mumbo-jumbo, but far be it from me to tell other people they're not allowed to believe in it or tell other people it's true. If viewers are continually stupid enough to believe these claims it's their own problem. Wouldn't it be better to encourage people to think critically about what they see, rather than enforce it? And then where do we draw the line? It just looks like everyone's kicking up their secular heels without pausing to think of the ramifications. It wasn't so long ago that men of science were censored because they offended spiritual people. I'm not saying this is a totally wrong outcome, there are some obvious benefits on the table and we probably need certain standards for making claims on a public platform, but let's not become what we set out to overcome.
"Jorrell Knight pointed out that if eBuyer had been "an actual store not online, its [sic] the equivalent of someone glueing the doors shut! Please consider trying another sales when ur servers can handle the traffic.""
Jorrell Knight, you are an idiot! XD
It's the 'real-store' equivalent of having so many people trying to get through the front door at once, that they all get stuck in the frame.
This is a thing that happens on the internet.
Get over it.
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