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Didn't Jimmy Carter say this some time ago? Anyway, there was a study done by a university, and the results show that people who are opposed to Obama may be so because they are racially prejudiced...or is it that racially prejudiced people tend to be opposed to Obama? Do any of you feel this is true? I mean, there must be people out there who have legitimate reasons for disliking Obama who aren't racist, right?

http://www.uci.edu/features/feature_obamarace_091116.php

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Stephen Totilo from Kotaku went on MSNBC and discussed the very same topic. What's interesting is that the two newscasters were a lot more open minded on the game, despite being unfamiliar with it. You can see the video here:

http://kotaku.com/5403400/msnbc-talks-terrorism-of-modern-warfare-2-with-totilo

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as far as gay marriage goes i don't knock others for what they do but incest? why in the hell would you want to lay down with a member of you family? thats just not right and people that indulge in that are sick in the head

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as far as incest goes i don't knock others for what they do but homosexual realtions? why in the hell would you want to lay down with a member of the same sex? thats just not right and people that indulge in that are sick in the head

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Incest? C'mon, just because it was practiced generations ago...Although it wouldn't surprise me if other countries practice stuff like polygamy, incest, and bestiality.
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[QUOTE="BladesOfAthena"]

Good Lord, John's defense was just terrible. He was all like, "well in the game you're not actually a terrorist..." and then botches up with, "but you work with this terrorist organization..." You could tell the guy on the right was smirking a bit, as though it was funny that he messed up.

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Lol poor guy. From the look on his face, it looked like he was being held in front of the camera at gunpoint.

But yeah, he really dropped the ball on that argument. At least Geoff showed that lady when it came to Mass Effect. This guy said all of two things, one that didn't come out right, the other the host completely ignored. The host was just an ***. So much for giving him "final word".

Yeah, I don't have have any hostile feelings towards John's poor argument though. He looked he was just inexperienced of being on camera and got all nervous or something. To be honest, if it was me, I would be afraid that I would stutter and get uncomfortable on camera too. :P I'm not sure what he could have possibly said that would have shut those guys up. :?
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It is natural for the dog yes, but it is not normal but is considered aggressive behavior for a domesticated dog. It seems like hunter/prey mentality and your dog was just not socialized enough with smaller animals as it was growing up and sees them as prey.Sajedene
I think my dog is pretty playful with other dogs and humans, generally, but other creatures like rats and cats he likes to hunt.
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Do any of you own a dog? See, my mom's getting all stressed out that my dog has killed some stray cats that have wandered into our yard.

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I would assume the answer would be for their country, judging by the World Wars.

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I am technically an "agnostic atheist," but refer to myself as a "naturalistic non-theistic monist" (for reasons not worth explaining here). I do not believe there is evidence to suggest a "God," gods or anything supernatural exists, nor do I believe that there is evidence to suggest that those things do not exist. My "belief" (if you can define a complete lack of belief either way as "belief") is that there is no possible way of determining, through a scientific, objective or verifiable way that "God," gods or the supernatural exist or do not exist.

Traditionally, I would be termed an "agnostic." But this is an inappropriate label, as "agnosticism" implies that I lack "knowledge" of religious belief (religious being used here to imply belief/non-belief about the non-natural), which would suggest that I have not been exposed to even the very idea of "God" or the supernatural. Which obviously isn't the case, considering I'm very well-versed in various religious traditions. The only true "agnostics" are babies and children who have yet to developed a sense of either "self" or "other."

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Don't some atheists consider themselves to be a religion? Just yesterday I saw an atheism club at my campus, not quite the same thing but they took themselves pretty seriously. :P