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POLL: Which is a greater evil to children?

Discussion in 'Whatnots' started by teekc, Apr 8, 2004.

  1. BigStick Gems: 13/31
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    For those who voted "growing up":

    What part of the normal process of growing up would you consider evil? The poll was not about which affects the most people or which you'd rather have to live through, but which is more evil. I cn't think of a single thing about growing up that is evil. It's a normal progression through life that affects just about every living thing more complex than an amoeba in one way or another.
    I don't get it... :confused:
     
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    I decided before reading the question that I wasn't going to vote unless I could vote for Extremist.

    I was true to my word.

    :1eye:
     
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    When you want to make it really bad, you must grow up by Micheal Jackson.
    Then you grow up, and you're near Micheal.
    It can't get any worse, can it? :confused:
     
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    I voted for growing up. I wish I was still a kid so I could take pleasure from all those cheap, sh*tty action figures somewhere in my house. These days I have to save up 50 bucks so I can buy games like Hitman 3, which might even suck.
     
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    My sentiments Michael Jackson has absolutely nothing to do with children abuse. He's just being friendly, but it goes far deeper than that. I don't like his music, but I back him up with that. He's very dependant of children, that's true.

    Anywayzz, like previous poster thinks, growing up is a far greater evil than MJ.
     
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    I think growing up is the greatest evil to children because once you grow up, you're no longer a child!

    But I do think that Michael Jackson is one sick f---.
     
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