"They must take an active role in STUDYING this thing that is against their religion. They have to take tests on it and discuss it in class. And if they don't their are repurcussions. Bad grades and discipline. They cannot omit from school what they don't beleive in. " good point
I've heard Stairway to Heaven so many times I just became sick of it. Don't get me wrong Led Zeppelin and Queen are both amazing groups and I have everyone of their CDs. As for right now, however, I can listen to Stairway to Heaven in small doeses only.
Now I love all tattoos, except for lower back ones. I just think those tattoos have too much of a main stream look to them now.
Exactly any illegal activity is dangerous just based on the fact that it is ilegal. If it is legal that would take away money from violent pimps and the other people that prey on them. As well as ensure it to be safer with STD checks. It kind of amazes me that in America where you can buy and sell almost anything you are not allowed to sell your body. Now I understand that some people look at sex as only something that should occur bewtween a married couple but some people dont look at sex that way. The only thing we need to be concerned about is the exploitation of children in sex trade, but paying for sex between two consenting adults is not a problem.
Well why should atheists be the one to make compromises. Now I am an atheist so naturally my view is biased but I dont believe that taking "under God" out of the Pledge would hurt Theologists faith at all. Personally I think people should be more concerned with the rights fo the minorities be it race religion or whatever. The majority can take care of themselves just based on the fact that they out number the minority, so there is more of a feeling of community amongst them. Also since "Under God" wasn't really in the Pledge I don't see any reason why it would hurt to put it back to the way it was.