Saturday, December 31, 2011

On AOL: The Brad & Angelina Moral Mess, Further Responses

Well your name already infers that you live in a fantasy world where princesses marry their prince and everyone lives happily ever after. The rest of us live in the real world where marriage doesn't always equal happily ever after. My mother loved me when she was married and when she wasn't and I never needed her prove it by staying with my absuive father.

shatil2051: It's a moniker. I chose it because I like the phonetic sound thereof, not because I believe in flawless princes and princesses and magical faeries and perfect lives. The fact that you don't get that sometimes, a name is just a name, shows how naive YOU are.

On AOL: Brad & Ange's Moral Mess, continued

Why do people think that peice of paper makes everything right?? My mother was married 5 times and the only thing that showed me was how to go to 4 different schools in the six grade and live in 48 of the 50 states. The only time we were in one spot for longer than 6 monthe was when she was LIVING with a man. But to me love is stronger between to people when you don't feel as if you HAVE to do something. You do it from the heart not because there is a peice of paper. Oh I"m 66 years and still have no idea who my father was and neither did my mother so with YOUR logic.....­..........­......

cookie7181964: My sympathy for you for your not knowing who your father is.
However, it's not about "a piece of paper"...It's about a legal and moral rite, and the writing on that piece of paper is a contract. Without that rite, and that contract, they are merely shacked-up.

On AOL: Brad Pitt & Angelina Jolie's Moral Mess

shatil2051, just because YOUR parents are screw-ups, doesn't mean I live in a "fantasy world." I sincerely would not call getting raped by many guys over many years to be anything of a fantasy. I'm glad your mom knew she needed to protect you and stepped up, but that doesn't make marriage any less valid or less of a value for people who have their lives together.

Tuesday, December 6, 2011

To: RAVISH, and other Y! Users...

Disagreeing with a group doesn't make one a bigot...Hating a group makes one a bigot. I'm not entirely sure all bigotry is wrong. I hate sociopaths, so I guess that makes me a bigot. How is that wrong? They don't even meet the criteria for being human. I have quite a strong sense of remorse, yet I do not feel guilty about hating sociopaths. I haven't met them all, but I have been treated badly by enough of them to get the gist as to the fact that they don't care who they hurt, or how, or why. If I hated domesticated dogs, for their ability to manipulate their humans by mimicking facial, emotional expressions they see humans making (at appropriate times), no one could justifiably hold it against me. So, how could anyone justifiably hold this against me?