ok so im in school and this kid i dont like his name is shawn he starts botering me because hes a jerk and he always picks on me like pushing me around and stuff anyway usually i dont usually do anything cuz i get scared but that day he was pushing me into the wall while i was walking to class with my friends and evry1 was quiet cuz no1 wanted to get picked on but i was starting to get angry so i said to him stop it already, shawn and he's like f* u, dork make me and im like fine thats it!!!11! so he pushes me and i fall on my face and evry1 around gets in a group and starts going fight fight fight and shawns like get up you b so i get up slowly and im REALLY angry and i turn around and i fell like theres this power inside me so i start screaming at him like goku so evry1 in the group backs up and looks scared and even shawn started to back up and look scared so i yell at him you shouldnt have messed with a saiyan!!!1! i put my hands back and go kameeeeeeeeeeeeeehameeeeeeeeeeeeeeeehaaaaaaaaaaaaa and i try to shoot it i dont see it but i could feel the forc e of it (im training it now so i can see it) and shawn backed up a bit so i coul dtell him i hit him wiht it too then he turned around and walked awya cuz he was scared and evry1 in the group walked away too and my friends all come up to me and start saying stuff like good job and my friend chris says dude your hair turned gold for a second and im like really and hes like yeah and then all my other friends are like yeah i saw that too so thats the story of how i learned that i was a saiyan
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There's still the Nevada trial at least.
On one hand, good riddance.
On the other?
hahaha no, good riddance.
I picked up Transformers Devastation for myself, and spent about 15-20 bucks getting various friends stuff.
fyi ur capslock is on
On one hand, that's shady as fuck.
On the other, I like money so...
Not having their payouts public is kind of shady though. I mean, on top of the shadiness of the business model.
>Is it necessary for the good psychological wellbeing of members in a society to work for their necessities and luxuries?
Necessities? Iffy. Luxuries? Absolutely. If a person has to put in 60 hours a week to keep a roof over their head and food on their table, their mental state is going to absolutely be different than the guy who works 30 hours a week just so they can build up their comic book collection. I'm inclined to say said mental state is going to be far better in the latter case, and lead to more rational decisions. The guy working 30 hours isn't going to look at a payday loan when they come up a little short for Walking Dead #1, for one obvious example.
Not particularly shocked.
The minute it became cheaper to have a robot than a person, this was going to happen. Minimum wage hikes only sped up that inevitability.