No, I never admit to anything that I'm not guilty of. I'm funny that way. It's entirely about justice, and justice is not completely about 'us' being "safer" with the lawbreaker "behind bars". It's also about punishment for the offenders. I guess I'm just rabble, though.Originally Posted by corprip;2435822;
Actually, Broadway addressed your point quite precisely, matching sarcasm with sarcasm, a perfectly valid method of replying. I also have to say it's a bit ironic and hypocritical to make self-righteous swipes at other "people" who are discussing Paris Hilton when you are also discussing it.Originally Posted by corprip;2435822;
And believe it or not, people are perfectly capable of appreciation of and being involved in world news, while at the same time being able to discuss and enjoy the lighter sides of current events. In fact, if a person can't stop now and then to talk about something as silly as a stupid celebutante's self-inflicted woes if they want to, then I feel really bad for them. Most people are versatile and well-rounded enough that they can actually discuss a wide variety of subjects without taking away from any of them.
And as Broadway and others have said... Iraq and the other world events have never left the news during all this. Far far from it.