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Old 04-26-2007, 08:16 PM   #1
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Old 04-26-2007, 08:44 PM   #2
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Some people need to find better ways they spend there time, besides protesting stuipd stuff like that
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Cool, I'm gonna go picket around town to ban shrek.
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Society is funny sometimes, in which the way it shapes our world......
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Last I knew, young children don't go to McDonalds to buy Happy Meals. Their parents buy them for their kids. So what are they protesting? The fact that junk food is marketed towards their kids makes it harder to be a parent? A parent who says "No" to their kids when they ask for junk food?
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Protesting Shrek?
You know, there is this thing called life and we all get one.

If someone is protesting Shrek, shouldn't they find a life?

I mean couldn't they be putting a coat on wax on their lawnmowers or something?
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wow, people these days.
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heard about this on the radio today, kinda funny.
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