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when my side is losing, i usually end up voting up a few arguments. but i don't drastically vote up all of them.
i also usually do it when the debate is a serious one, and i've been aggressively participating and proving my point. and the other side is obviously(according to me) the wrong side.
but the only serious debates i've been participating in are dogs v/s cats, chicken or egg, and clever beggars.
kids are meant to be mischievous. that's the best part about being a kid. you get to be all that and your still adored.
but misbehavior of kids is usually linked to lac of discipline(like you said) or too much of it.
most kids only hear NO this and NO that. which is why they end up doing everything they would do, initially careful to make sure their parents are not around, and later not caring.
its kind of part of their job, to make sure no harm is done to anybody. and the only way they can assure it is by preventing anybody from walking down to find trouble.
i'm not saying you'd find trouble necessarily. but the chances are high. at 2 am in the night, not many people would be out to protect you if some random drunk guy points a knife at you and asks you to hand over your money.
so, in general, the police would obviously interfere when they see you walking down the street at 2 am. they wouldn't take you in, but they'd make sure to escort you back home and make sure to tell your parents of your nightly trips.
most cases i've seen, are primarily due to parenting. most parents want their kids to be extremely disciplined and well mannered. and that makes them seem un-childlike(?). also, when their parents are not around they do all the things they wouldn't do around their parents.
usually some kids are just fed up with their parents and therefore wreak havoc right in front of them.
although i don't think its just the Christians who aggressively support their God, but i do believe that they've got more support from the major world population. we do follow the years according to Christ's birth and death. and even though there are other calenders of other religions, the dates are preferably followed according to Christ's birth.
i don't know about America and Americans and their English, but I've come across many Indians who don't like speaking Hindi, and look down on people who do so.
also, people in their respective regional states can't or son't want to speak their own regional language.