Sometimes, a chair is just a chair.

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Anonymous asked: South America is no where near to be a place with a common "race", there were A LOT of different natives around here, and there is a lot of variations between countries. Moreover, there IS white people here, as well black people, but mostly, a mixture; it changes between countries, you won't see as many black people in Chile as you might see in Colombia. It's not just "white and black".

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Anonymous asked: Ha! Voter fraud almost never happens? Are they serious? Voter fraud happens all the time.

Dead people still vote in Chicago….

-the Polish one

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Anonymous asked: To the atheist anon : I do believe that God will weight the good and the bad you've done in your life, regardless if you had Faith or Not. If you did good without the fear of punishment form Him and only because of your good heart, I believe he will even been more lenient to you than a religious person that did it only by fear of Hell and will forgive you easily.

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kalazin asked: I'm not. I think here may have been some miscommunication due to me being on mobile. I have no issue if you pray for others, or yourself. That's your life. I think what I'm trying to say is that Actions Speak Louder Than Words. You know what I'm mean? Prayer is all well and good, but money makes the world go round. Pray and act, donate and speak about the issue. The best results come from when words are put into action.

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Anonymous asked: Athiest anon- Your friend is either in a sect of Christianity that is still super judgmental, or doesn't really understand the "good person" view that Christians have adopted. I wouldn't worry too much about it- I feel like your friend is probably genuinely concerned with your soul. (that's why your old school Christians are so adamant to save you- they're genuinely concerned)

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Anonymous asked: as a south american I really don't understand why americans use "hispanic" as a race. I mean.. Hispanic is everyone from spanish colonies. If you say black you know the person has dark skin and if you say asian you know they are like japanese or something.. But hispanic is a big ? because we are all very very mixed. I have never seen this term being used outside america and I have no idea why they use it to define race. There are black hispanics. There are white hispanics. There are asian ones..

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Anonymous asked: P sure the end point of a gov't-issued photo ID being required to vote is simply to prove the voter is a US citizen, and they are who they say they are.

Yup. And it’s been proposed by all sides of the political spectrum at one point or another.

-the Polish one

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Anonymous asked: I had a friend of a friend who I had a falling out with the original friend but I stayed in a mutual with the friend of a friend out of respect. She's one of those weeaboos who think it's okay to use made up pronouns and don't harm actual trans* rights and she hates every group "in power". She's white but she avoids mentioning it so she won't get called out. She unfollowed me after I reblogged a post about why it's harmful to say bunself or whatever. I've never been so glad to unfollow someone.

Unfollowing people can feel so nice.

-the Polish one

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Anonymous asked: So Polish one, could you help me with a dilemma I have? I'm athiest, as is one of my friends. Another of my friends is Christian. We all get along just fine and everyone is cool with everyone's beliefs/non-beliefs. Except one day, when we were discussing the afterlife, my religious friend told the rest of us that, despite the fact we were her friends, because we were atheists we were going to Hell. And I know that I don't believe in such a place myself, but it still really hurt. What do I do?

Well, if you don’t believe in Hell, then I wouldn’t get too worked up about it, however, I’m wondering about your friend, because most Christian churches have dropped the “if you’re not one of us you’ll go to hell” bit. (Even the Catholic church) Churches focus more on whether a person is a good person or not. 

-the Polish one

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Anonymous asked: On that race thing: 'Race' as broad, enduring categories began during the age of imperialism and focused on outward physical traits. That means SJWs rely on an interpretation made by 'dead white men', which is hilarious. From a genetic perspective it's more or less accepted that human genes vary gradually across regions (and that the variation within populations is usually greater than it is between them), so traditional groupings like 'Caucasian' and 'African', at least, are rather pointless.

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