rebecca*

Status: bye guys. i love you.
Joined: October 30, 2011
Last Seen: 1 decade
user id: 232741
Location: california
Gender: F
im leaving this website for good now. i love everyone who was there with me every step of the way. thank you a million times. if you want to contact me links are below
 
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rebecca* 1 decade ago on quote #6899749
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excUUUUSe u miSSy

haha but in all seriousness yeah i p much am aside for a few issues (such as abortion and same marriage) other than that i just cant get behind liberal views
im such a bad person oopsssss
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cvnt* 1 decade ago on quote #6899749
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no no that's exactly how i am. like, in moral things i'm totally liberal. but in politics im v conservative bc democrats just they give away money and its not rly my place but like obamacare is one of those things. i know some people need healthcare and stuff but its just giving away money. just like its giving away money the way the gov gives away foodstamps, wic privileges, unemployment, and disability. on stuff like marriage, abortion, and equality tho im democrat all the way
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rebecca* 1 decade ago on quote #6847690
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This would be a good quote had you used a real method to choosing the artists.
You listed one, if not THE most, influential British artist but only listed passing trends in American music.
Americans have had many, many crazily successful bands and artists as well. For example, Michael Jackson and Madonna.
Both are/were global sensations of their time and are fondly remembered as the king and queen of their genre.
What about Guns n Roses and Journey? Just TRY to find a person who hasn't heard at least one of each band's songs. They are legendary, to say the least.
All four of the artists I just listed far surpass Adele, One Direction, Cher Lloyd (whoever that even is), and Amy Winehouse as far as their impact on music goes.
You can't list the Beatles for Britain and only list 21st century 15-minutes-of-fame pop artists for America; that's biased and does not help to prove your point at all.
This is all coming from me, a British and American citizen, not some butthurt all-American girl. I've lived in both countries; I have much love for both countries but I'll be honest, American music has had just as much, if not more, influence as British music.
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rebecca* 1 decade ago on quote #6888474
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Tbh nobodys mean like daily just chillin at brunch and lunch its the rALLYS man the rallys are where the freshman bullying goes on the most
like I got a rock thrown at me and they had a whole rally that was planned around throwing pudding cups at freshman
but its not like people go out of their way to shove u into lockers ((my school doesnt even have lockers)) just bc ur a freshman
but i apologise on behalf of all sophomores omg
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rebecca* 1 decade ago on quote #6888389
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im like B group popular but ive never tried to seem like a social outcast on the internet anyway
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rebecca* 1 decade ago on quote #6888474
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i wanted to add stuff like
you're going to get pooped on by a bird at least once. nobody cares because it happens to everyone
if it's hot, find f//uckin shade
if you stand near a big group at brunch/lunch when you're alone, you won't look alone

but then i remembered only california high schools are outside. the rest of you guys have hallways and cafeterias
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rebecca* 1 decade ago on quote #6879785
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I get so worked up over stuff like this haa
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rebecca* 1 decade ago on quote #6879785
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Ah I didn't word that too well. I was attempting to point out it's not an issue of "white man vs black man in 1800s america" I didn't mean to ignore that part too I could've worded that better haha
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I_Dont_Know 1 decade ago on quote #6879785
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No no it's fine and you did bring up a very good point that most people look over
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rebecca* 1 decade ago on quote #6879785
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I get so worked up over stuff like this haa
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rebecca* 1 decade ago on quote #6879776
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ooh my god theres one in the local mall here too
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rebecca* 1 decade ago on quote #6879785
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ps this was not meant to sound like i disagree with this quote i feel like it kind of does but i didnt mean it like that at all
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rebecca* 1 decade ago on quote #6879785
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i think its kinda ridiculous when people dont even acknowledge that slavery has existed since BC time
like people act like "the white man enslaving the black man" in the united states in the 1800s is the only time slavery happened like no so many people of so many different races in so many different places at so many different points in history were slaves like slavery isnt an issue of its an issue of people enslaving other people
yeah idk felt like mentioning that ill just go now
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josiewdog123 1 decade ago on quote #6879785
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And slavery stil exists today
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I_Dont_Know 1 decade ago on quote #6879785
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That is true
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I_Dont_Know 1 decade ago on quote #6879785
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Ok I agree with you totally and see what you have to say but I just want to add in that usually this was based on race or religion ideology in those times too
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josiewdog123 1 decade ago on quote #6879785
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No it was usually hierarchy. Someone would raid an area, and enslave the natives. This isn't a religious or racial thing, it a perpetuation of power
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I_Dont_Know 1 decade ago on quote #6879785
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I believe it's a combination of those because you are right but it was almost always based on race or religion too and because one thought they deserved more power than the other which is where hierarchy comes in
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rebecca* 1 decade ago on quote #6879785
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Ah I didn't word that too well. I was attempting to point out it's not an issue of "white man vs black man in 1800s america" I didn't mean to ignore that part too I could've worded that better haha
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I_Dont_Know 1 decade ago on quote #6879785
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No no it's fine and you did bring up a very good point that most people look over
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rebecca* 1 decade ago on quote #6879785
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I get so worked up over stuff like this haa
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rebecca* 1 decade ago on quote #6879785
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ps this was not meant to sound like i disagree with this quote i feel like it kind of does but i didnt mean it like that at all
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rebecca* 1 decade ago on quote #6877924
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It's one of those songs that are SO bad you love them yk
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capsized* 1 decade ago on quote #6877924
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YESYESYES
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rebecca* 1 decade ago on quote #6877994
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omg thank u i know i know im funny (If the 20k notes i got on tumblr are anything to go by)

no but seriously im glad u find this funny omg
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rebecca* 1 decade ago on quote #6878224
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aw i love carrie <3
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rebecca* 1 decade ago on quote #6877924
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im so ashamed i actually really like that song the lyrics are crappy but its so catchy
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capsized* 1 decade ago on quote #6877924
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EXACTLY! I hate the fact that I like it. I can't help but sing along.
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rebecca* 1 decade ago on quote #6877924
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It's one of those songs that are SO bad you love them yk
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capsized* 1 decade ago on quote #6877924
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YESYESYES
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rebecca* 1 decade ago on quote #6877139
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never mind its all good proceed with the wedding
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rebecca* 1 decade ago on quote #6877994
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whenever i post my successful text posts on here i never get as much success as i did on tumblr like what the h*ck internet
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rebecca* 1 decade ago on quote #6872888
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om gthis is my text post
but its okay im happy to see it on here omg ily
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hemmo1996* 1 decade ago on quote #6872888
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aw really? it was just on my dashboard on tumblr and i thought it was amazing, ily2!
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rebecca* 1 decade ago on quote #6877139
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Too late she's marrying me
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CharliesTheName 1 decade ago on quote #6877139
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MY GOD ANNA ARE YOU CHEATING ON ME?
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rebecca* 1 decade ago on quote #6877139
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never mind its all good proceed with the wedding
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rebecca* 1 decade ago on quote #6870389
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i know not as many people that watched hannah montana watch the middle but also
the actor that plays brick on the middle is 15 going on 16
yeah
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hemmo1996* 1 decade ago on quote #6870389
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ive never even heard of the middle but i just looked him up and aww
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rebecca* 1 decade ago on quote #6868864
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Okay. Well my mistake as you seemed to come off as an advocate to me considering the amount of social justice-type quotes, especially the one about not trusting feminists on this website who are - by definition - advocates) you post and the comments you left Eli22b. That's my mistake; I should not have assumed you were something you are now telling me you aren't. I'm sorry.
I can see what you mean about it being a subconsciously done thing and if that is the case that would be exactly why I've never heard it as it isn't spoken about where I live and also just plain out doesn't occur because of population demographics.
I'm sorry this got so out of hand, I hope we can just agree to forgive and forget and move on with both of our lives.
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