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Well, at first I was inclined to say no, but then I thought about it. I don't feel "addicted" to gaming, but then again, I don't constantly play like some other people, although I do play a lot, but I feel like any kind of technology a person likes causes some kind of addiction. Like teenagers with their phones, or computers, or in this case; games.
No. Everyone keeps wanting to make restrictions and rules for everything now. Look, if someone wants to eat fast food, let them. It doesn't matter if they are skinny or obese. It is a choice they have the right to make. Same with everything else. Just let people do what they want. This is America, "land of the free" but it isn't going to be that way for long if people keep trying to make all these new rules that really don't even matter. The only rules that matter are those that pertain to our safety. So like I said, no there should be no weight restriction applied for purchasing fast food.
Because that is the kind of thing that people enjoy, kind of in the same way that Kim Kardashian's baby was so important and all over websites and magazines. Society craves that stuff, so they feed it to us. But in reality, there is not really anything important about it. It is pretty much as simple as that.
Good question, it is for some people, but not all. I don't consider it a choice. I didn't just one day decide oh you know what, I am going to be an atheist. I just cannot, and do not believe in god. I didn't choose to not believe in god. I just can't. Too much goes against it, both factual and personal, all of which lead me to not have the choice over not believing in god. So no, it is not necessarily a choice.
As an Atheist, I think it would be nice if everyone else was too. But I do not think it is necessarily right to push it upon everyone. For many people religion is very important, and not all theists are "bad". The world would not be a much better place, there will always be people who have different beliefs about things, whether they are religious or not. So there will always be conflict. All of us being Atheists would solve nothing, because our beliefs outside of religion would still remain the same.
Well, considering you spelled "Practicing" wrong, I'd say yes. It amazes me, and not in a good way, how poorly people's grammar skills are. Most people can talk perfectly find, but when it comes to grammar they tend to not to do as well. So I would say it is definitely more important to study.