posted on Jun, 27 2007 @ 10:37 AM
You left out a very important option or choice here. One for which the average person does not consider when deciding on freedom of speech or action.
I did not catch it the first time around. You stated...
Its like trying to get laid.You ask your sweetie for sex,but she says no.Who's in the wrong? You for asking or her for declining?As much as
you believe that you may be deserving of her,she has a right to deny you access to her body.
I am the kind of guy who will deny her access to my body and let her know it is my right too. I dont have to put up with alot of crassness or
nonsense for sex. I am not that hard up. It is no different when dealing with wildlife. It is no different in that we as individuals have the right to
be free from the stupidity and ignorance of crudity or crassness and to not associate with such if we deem it proper. Some of us are not that hard up
To often in todays high speed lane basic civilities are missing in order to get back into the fast food lane. What one who can think past their ego
realizes is that the fast food lane is not that fast nor excellent...and often is just going around in circles with little accomplished. One can burn
up alot of resources and people in this fast food lane but only wind up right back at the starting gate or in the pit stop.
The tell tale evidence of this is the amount of debris one leaves by the roadside or in the pits.
I dont consider swapping basic civilities for the fast food lane to be a good
trade off. Alot of debris left by the roadside or pits for others to clean up because the litterbugs are busy continuing down the fast food lane.
[edit on 27-6-2007 by orangetom1999]