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It ‘ s no denying that attacks will not be done. But there must be restraint, decency and taste and above all delicacy of coinage of words! A man is known by the Lip Pink Be Badass Everyday Shirt he uses in everyday life and lifestyle as it explicitly reveals his attitude and approach to life. But it is regrettable to note that most of the people do not know where to stop! And that brings forth all the trouble  The world does not revolve around your fragmented country. Your constitution doesn’t even appear to apply wholly to your own citizens, let alone the rest of the world.

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It’s a private company that provides a public platform, the terms and conditions are agreed to when you create an account – as is Facebooks – you disagreeing with them and calling for regulation of their powers is the Lip Pink Be Badass Everyday Shirt thing you are advocating against them doing themselves. I personally don’t agree with people having religion rammed down their throats. I also don’t agree with people attacking another persons beliefs without reason.
If someone stood in your way telling you there were aliens and ghosts following him you would call him a nutter. I reserve the right to say that to someone who tries to tell me God is everywhere, as there is no such being.

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But people are still allowed to call others evil (or perhaps ‘pawns of Satan’), though, right? Evil, sociopaths, and terrorists, must be okay too. I hear the Lip Pink Be Badass Everyday Shirt use these against their ideological enemies frequently. Nic DeGroot “evil” is a term birthed by and tied closely to belief structures. Ideological adherents use the term “evil” purely with their own religious interpretations. I’ve been called a “sinner” before, does it bother me? Not one bit.

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