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You hired a painter to paint your house then he did so but the supertenant decided to repair some broken wall'n floor without your consent in order for your house to be safe, then he ask you to pay the unexpected bills but you refuse to pay the whole because you thought its out of contract, resulting of the unfair marketing you were sent to the court , the laywer agreed to the supertenent then plead you to pay the bill also. Do you think what the supertent has done is moral?
So I was watching Britain's got talent tonight, for some unimaginable reason, and I see some magician perform. This guy does some run of the mill trick about predicting the things the judges would choose in advance, etc, like I've seen too many times before. What really irked me was this: In the middle of his act he plays a slide show showing how his wife had cancer and was pregnant but somehow both the baby and the wife survived (or something along those lines), and he said how that was "true magic." He works his child into the act somehow, the details don't matter. Of course everyone tears up, and he gets the "golden buzzer" to go through to the next round.There were several other performers who were nothing special, but got full marks because of their unfortunate circumstances. This makes me sick. The show isn't called "Britain's got sob stories," it's meant to be about talent. Not only is it unfair to other competitors, but it seems disgusting to exploit something like that, as if pity is some sort of currency. What gets me the most is how it upsets any sort of purity that a talent show should have. People work hard on their talents, and I can only imagine what it feels like to them to constantly lose to people with sob stories.Imagine if this happened in, say, gymnastics at the Olympics? What if the judges were extra generous to competitors who had a sad backstory? I know I shouldn't expect fairness from Britain's got talent, but some standards would be nice.I'm just venting really, what do you guys think?
DJ and producer, Avicii, was found dead, age 28, in Oman. Some of his famous songs include Levels, Wake Me Up, Hey Brother, Waiting for Love, X You, I Could Be The One and Without You.Avicii is probably my favourite music producer, and I was very sad he had to die at such a young age. What are your thoughts on him?
Should an excessive drinker or smoker be liable for organ transplants? (read description)
Should an excessive drinker or smoker be liable for organ transplants? Should an alcoholic be able to get a liver transplant when he contracts liver disease from drinking so much? Should a smoker be liable for a lung transplant when he contracted lung cancer? I think not, because they did it to themselves, and they may still do it even after the transplant. Many people who actually need those transplants could have been put off for an alcoholic or a smoker. Tell me your opinion below.
Let's take Chris Brown as an example. He is a proven abuser with a considerable following. Should people stop listening to and buying his music so as to not support him in any way, as they might consider him a bad person? Or is it possible to like and enjoy his music without caring about him as a person?
Artists need time to do their creative work, but they also have to earn money to live. Do you think the government should subsidize things like rent for artists? What, if any, value do you think creative works bring to the population or culture in which they were created?