Because this guy is trying to cause mass casualties. He is obviously very clever and/or trained. The guy has to be stopped or else he will never stop, that is an obvious fact of life. I think we need to deal with that. I think we need to get the shoe companies out of the lives of young athletes. I think we need to get it back to where parents have more of a say than peripheral people.
I couldn’t find one.Marisa Wrightposted 5 years agoin reply to thisI don’t have a problem with people posting on topics that don’t interest me. However, if someone is posting to have genuine discussion, they’re not likely to post more than three or four brand new threads in a day.We’re not talking about those here or at least I don’t think we are. We’re talking about the borderline spammers who post multiple puerile, attention seeking threads asking inane questions usually in the wrong category.
Obviously there are groups within the team, but we all get along well as a whole. I like that everyone works hard, and nobody skips winter training because they too cool for school. I like that our coach treats us with respect, but still pushes us really hard.
Simplicity and uniformity. I think the brilliance of it was that everyone wasn some over the top character with crazy moves and armor and you basically can die until you use all your abilities. You were a plain, humanoid character, who had a small set of abilities, generic looking crafted weapons and armor, female characters didn have tits flying all over the place, etc.
Second, one article refers to the hijab as a vehicle to empower individuals in response to the noteworthy presence of Islamaphobia in the United States. This frames the power for people to make the choice to wear a hijab as a form of resistance to hate and a symbol of strength/solidarity to continue expressing oneself. The article also claims that this could be a feminist symbol, most likely pointing to intersectionality and the autonomy for women to choose whether or not to practice their religion in this manner.
The internet, however, as we have seen with the success of Trump, also tends to push people toward the ideological extremes. Instead of relying on news sources as Americans once did that tend to be politically moderate in order to appeal to the widest possible audience, individuals can find all over the internet web sites, Facebook pages, and bloggers who share and reinforce their viewpoints, no matter how extreme they may be. And when people who disagree confront each other on the internet, the “discussions” often turn ugly quickly because people online are less inhibited than when talking with people face to face.