If we can correct our friends when they misquote movie lines...why can't we correct them when...
they misquote our religion?
You can't? I guess that means you feel the subject is touchier than with movies. You don't really care that deeply about movies: it's just fun and games. When people misquote your religion, you perhaps feel threatened? Like they would not understand even if you did explain?
by christianajohan 8 years ago
Cool thing to do is moving objects using our mind but I can't.
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by David Sproull 9 years ago
Why can't I log in to hubpages on my android phone?
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