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chiyote said...

Would you guys seriously listen to yourself?

"Republicans Suck." extreme leftist says.

"Democrats are baby eating fags" extreme right retorts.

"Oh yeah, well your president is a muslim"

"nu uh... Rush Limbaugh has IBS, nany nany boo-boo"

This two party system sucks. ALL media lie to us. ALL politicians lie to us. This isn't that hard to figure out. Neither party are innocent, neither party is perfect. Personally, I find it laughable, but I'm not completely convinced that there isn't a board room somewhere, with men in suits laughing as they control both parties, and use the party system as puppets to fool the US citizens into a false sense of "freedom of choice."

But seriously, you're bickering makes all's yall look stupid, which in turn makes everyone look stupid.

May 24, 2012 at 6:10 p.m.
chiyote said...

What guns on campus do. Students should feel safe. As a student, nothing makes me feel safer than a campus filled with guns. [eye roll]

December 8, 2011 at 3:54 p.m.
chiyote said...

Is this a feature story or an editorial? I can't tell.

December 2, 2011 at 4:55 p.m.
chiyote said...

I agree with Solomon. Obviously the attacker was able to overpower the victim. Had a gun been involved, even if it were the victims gun, the situation could escalate into something a lot worst. As a UTC student, and someone who supports the 2nd amendment right, I feel strongly against guns on campus.

December 2, 2011 at 4:45 p.m.
chiyote said...

Why am I not surprised?? Another black person arrested for murder. I didn't use to be prejudice, and when it comes to black people on a global scale, I'm still not. However, when it comes to American black people, they have no reason or no right to be upset that people are prejudice against them, as long as a majority of criminals continue to be black. The black community should be ashamed of Antonio Dejong Espey. It is filth like this scum that continue to tarnish the reputation of what would otherwise be a blameless and faultless race. Why does prejudice continue? Because people like Espey continue to give honest people a reason to be prejudice.

September 23, 2011 at 2:49 p.m.
chiyote said...

So, as much as I really care about what happened to some guys sickly wang, the real story is the sentence in the second to the last paragraph "Tabloid Press." Even somewhat ironic mentioning this sentence in a story written for this same aim. I'm disappointed that with the rise of new media, comes the rise in sensational attention seeking articles, that satisfy no news benefit. Has yellow journalism returned?

August 24, 2011 at 5:54 p.m.
chiyote said...

I wonder who's credit card was used for the rental? I have to admit, five years to wait for a trial should be considered unconstitutional.

August 24, 2011 at 5:49 p.m.
chiyote said...

This is weird. Very weird. I can't believe there are actually people who would believe this is anything but weird. Extremely weird.

July 29, 2011 at 1:38 p.m.
chiyote said...

I've never understood why people doubt evolution. And to the question "Why can't we observe evolution in action?" We can, and we do. But because of perspective, the signs are often missed. Evolution takes thousands of years, yet we only have about 70 or so years on this planet. Our perspective is short sighted and limited. There are, however, forms of micro-evolution which have been witnessed. Bugs and butterflies which change their form adapting to the changing environment around them. Birds which have evolved on islands, such as Hawaii, which have species of birds which have evolved from other species. The cartoon and comical idea that suddenly an animal morphs into another species of animal is ludicrous. Evolution is small and slight changes that gradually happen over time. Changes such as how people in the United States have grown taller since the countries creation over 200 years ago.

July 28, 2011 at 1:22 p.m.
chiyote said...

To all previous posters: What??? Are you guys suggesting that the TFP make stories up just to fit YOUR agenda??? You can't add facts that aren't true, just to put a spin on it. I mean seriously.

July 28, 2011 at 11:18 a.m.

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