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Absolutely. I kind of feel that if you don't respect someone when you meet them it says more about yourself. You're already assuming that person didn't deserve it. I give it until someone gives me reason not to. I like to expect the best from others. If they don't follow, I have no problem changing that though.
My life still wouldn't be what it is now though. For all I know, knowing what I know now could have completely changed the course of my life. I may have thought that the other choice I could have chosen would have been better, when in reality the one I picked was actually the better option. I only know the one outcome still, knowing what I know.
I'm not glued to my phone, or make time in my day to specifically go play, but there's no shame in my gaming. I enjoy Pokemon Go, I'm sure part of it is because nostalgia, but I'm totally excited about the Sun and Moon release too, and once I beat that it'll fade as well. What I'm saying is it didn't fail, but the hype has died down.
I'm a fairly attractive young woman, and I am constantly slapped in the face with guys trying to pursue me when I thought we were platonic. Not only is it tiresome to have to turn down a guy who I have zero interest in, but it's also not attractive to me at all when a guy seems desperate to be with me. I'd much rather a guy make his attraction to me evident, but then make me work to show you why you want to be with me. Which, I'm awesome, so it shouldn't take too long either ;)
But... it's so much fun!
Really though, I like how you are automatically assuming that anyone who isn't religious is either a dead-beat parent, a drug addict, an alcoholic, addicted to cigarettes, or broke beyond belief. How incredibly judgmental and NON-CHRISTIAN like of you.
I thought Christians were supposed to be nonjudgmental?
I know a lot of people who don't follow any Religion, and they're happy, successful people.
I also know a lot of Christians that are the most addicted people I know.
Go talk to some people that you wouldn't normally, and please educate yourself with real people.
No, I don't care about the commercials with dogs, I really don't. I honestly don't care if they air abortion commercials either, for or against. I'd prefer if not, simply because the absolute shit storm that will follow. Honestly though, it doesn't matter to me.
I would like to point out that I was answering the debate about commercials, you chose to try to make this an immature argument about our personal beliefs.
Also, I don't associate myself with political sides. Yes, I have my opinions on major issues, but I honestly could care less about the politics. Throwing around labels doesn't really unnerve me any.
I'm sorry, did I give my opinion on animal abuse or abortions? No. Because that's not what this was about, it's about commercials on them. And I explained why I believe one is aired, and not the other.
But yes, I don't want abortion commercials for either side.
And yes, I'm pro-choice.