word of the day: December 29, 2008
To be forced to apologize or to admit a fault.
I caught Pierson in another lie, so he has to eat some humble pie.
word of the day: October 02, 2009
Something as yet undefinable is wrong, out of place; not quite right.
There's something hinky about the deal.
An individual that may or may not be poor, but is monumentally ignorant and quite possibly stupid.
All Matt talks about is NASCAR when he can barely remember what street he lives on. What a piece of white trash.
1. The laws of moral and ethical relativism; all systems of cultures and thought are equal in value, steming from a perceived guilt from white liberals who believe that the Western Civilization is the root of all evil to the exclusion of all else.
2. A powerful form of censorship.
Political correctness has a basic flaw. If all views are equal, why do some who embrace this view feel the need to push this agenda as the "correct" one at the same time demonizing other views as "incorrect"?
1. An isidious plan by some who feel that the gun is to blame for crimes commited by the criminal as a basis to take away firearms from law-abiding citizens.
2. Hitting what you're aiming at.
3. To use both hands while firing.
Gun control isn't about guns, it's about control.
A holiday developed by a Dr. Maulana "Ron" Karenga, a black militant, Marxist, and convicted felon.
Just five years after this, he was convicted of torturing two black women to death.
Observed from December 26 to January 1, Kwanzaa is based on a mixture of East African harvest rituals, called "first fruits" by Karenga and 1960's radicalism. This is in spite of the fact most slaves came from West Africa.
Viewed as an "alternative" to Christmas, it, nonetheless, is based on race, and not in faith.
I really don't care if Kwanzaa is celebrated, just don't let the PC crowd force it down our throats.
A tool used for defense, sport, and hunting.
Contrary to popular belief, a gun will not make it's owner into a raving killer.