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I'm somewhat curious as to why he has a spotlight before a great majority of us that have been on this site for a substantial amount of time prior to him making an account.
And you can't really argue that it's because people like me aren't as active as they use to be considering I see users that have been inactive for over a year get the spotlight.
I'm not jealous by any means believe me, I'm just curious as to how this system works and if half the users that have gotten spotlights really deserve it.
I'm a bit drunk so that's probably the only reason I'm posting this, but that's just my 2 cents ;)
Have sex in it, on it and around it.
If there were any aliens that came along with it, I would have sex with them.
If there were any artifacts in the ship I would try to have sex with them.
I would film everything I do as well to sell to scientists later, because unfortunately for them, I would have turned the ship into a tree house.
Good enough answer?
You can't argue that without P.E you're going to become some fat useless slob, because I dropped P.E the moment I hit Year 11. I didn't/don't do any recreational sports and guess what? I'm perfectly healthy both physically and mentally.
So no, it should not be mandatory.
Strictly speaking, yes. There is literally no question about it; it's a living, conscious (I highlighted that purely because I don't want some pro-life wanks calling me a hypocrite) being and you're taking away its life.
I could go into other aspects that make it more acceptable than killing a human, but that's not the point of the debate.