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Burger King fries leave a weird after-taste in your mouth, while McDonald's fries do not. Also, I still believe that Burger King fries are fried in chicken fat, which is both unhealthy and disgusting. McDonald's fries are not. Since both are fast food, i prefer neither. But if I had to choose, it would definitely be McDonald's. They have even come to bring in more healthy choices on their menu, while there aren't any improvements for the BK Lounge (from what I hear from commercials, all they care about is the Whopper). McDonald's always seems to just be...better.
I would be helping with benefits, but not benefits to myself. And I would love to buy stuff, do drugs and have sex with random people. and then I would die in some incredibly awesome, deadly accident. Like my parachute wouldn't deploy while I was skydiving or something. So I'd die happy.
"money can buy you happiness. dont let nobody tell you different."
-Queen Latifah's character in "Mad Money".
If I was rich, but sad, I would buy myself something and use that to make myself happy. I'd use my money to travel the world, or fund research for a cure for cancer, or something heroic like that.
I understand where people would be coming from when they say they don't want their children to be gay. Of course I'd love to see my son or daughter grow up, get married, and produce grandchildren for me to spoil. But if they turned out to be gay, I wouldn't mind. I'd be more concentrated on helping them to be able to get married than screaming at them for not wanting a partner of the opposite sex. If it's the way they feel, I can't change it, no matter what I believe (but I'm all for homosexuality--support love!).
I'm not sure if this is a true fact, but I heard that the Towers were structurally designed to fall straight down, in the way that they did, to avoid damaging any surrounding buildings, and of course, people. So anyone who thinks that the Towers were brought down by multiple-floor explosives are...well, wrong.
Macs rarely get viruses. They're almost always highly efficient, and are compacted with many computer-based amenities. PCs become slow after the first few months of use, and they are much more prone to getting a bug. Macs work fast, and even come with technical support. When PCs break down, you're on hold for 15 minutes only to have someone in a foreign country answer your call, and they are hardly understandable and oftentimes do not have many ways to assist you.
Who wins? Macs clearly. They're completely worth the investment.
I'm not saying we SHOULD be in school year-round; i love summer. But a year-long school program does seem logical. I enjoy the social time of lunch and free periods.
But the big picture here is why school does NOT go into the summer. The cost of air conditioning in all schools would stifle many budgets, and without it, computers would fry from the high temperatures. (multiple computers+small room=HOT) I think school throughout the year would be great, but if I didn't have school-round cold air, I would form an angry riot.