posted on Apr, 21 2013 @ 05:33 PM
According to the Oxford Dictionary,
a swear word that many people find offensive that is used to emphasize a comment or an angry statement
I guess the main question here is: Why do so many people enjoy offending people? Why is it so "cool" to push the envelop?
We don't just see this with vulgar words, but the acceptance of vulgar expressions such as we saw with the Super Bowl when Janet Jackson and Justin
Timberlake were performing. People tried to laugh this one off, too, saying that people are too prudish. I have to disagree with them. This was a
planned part of the show designed to push the envelop to see how people would respond. Was this a liberal agenda trying to see how far they can go
with vulgarity and nudity? Are these situations designed to manipulate and desensitize society so that it's going to be normal seeing immoral
By the way things are progressing, I truly have to wonder if anyone in society will have any respect for themselves and others in 50 years. Then
again, those who practice what Crowley preached, they believe everyone should "do as thou wilt", which is hedonistic, egotistical, and essentially
satanic in nature. Do we really want to live in the kind of society where everyone is simply out for themselves and forget anyone who doesn't like
it? Children need to look up to people who exercise and demonstrate self-control through their words and actions.
In translation, the guy this thread is about said "This is our screwed up city!"
I wouldn't think that's a term of endearment. What he said was just moronic and he should be ashamed.