Do you think the media has taken the freedom of speed to far?
Media is a great way to influence a lot of things..freedom of speed too far? No, it has always been that way.
Well, they can implant much more into the soft, pulpy mind nowadays. Brainwashing, game playing, lying, and indoctrination are all much easier now.
by Warren Arcega 5 years ago
Do you think music nowadays bring people closer together, or does it draw us farther apart?We all love listening to music. It can be relaxing or it can perk us up. The music scene indeed has evolved and whenever we listen to the radio or go to record bars, we sometimes hear a whole new genre that...
by crankalicious 6 years ago
Is religion taught from birth a form of brainwashing?If you teach a child from birth a particular religion, is this not brainwashing? Would that child discover that religion on their own if it's something they weren't taught?
by B M Gunn 2 years ago
Why Do Parents Send Their Children To Christian Schools?I personally think that each person should have to choice to partake in any (or no) religion of their choosing. It is a very personally matter that should be made individually. So it really bugs me when evangelical parents send their kids to...
by Zipper 5 years ago
Do you think the social media has gone to far trying to influence voters?
by Rebecca Graf 9 years ago
15 minutes of fame taken too far
by marcel285 8 years ago
Excluding swimwear and lingerae...I think it's shoes. High heels, pumps in particular..Black ones with a stilleto heel.
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