#1
I've been watching a lot of movies about immigrants from Latin America. These people come from countries that are impoverished and violence-ridden. My family is from Mexico, so I have first hand experience with what its like over there. I have a lot of family that is here illegally. So, these movies really hit home and have made me realize that I should be more appreciative of the opportunities that I've been given.

The thing is now I feel guilty for having fun, and buying things that I don't need. How do you guys think you can find a good balance?
#4
Quote by metharian
Tonight, it has been decided


It shall be done.
your whisper may sway the weak, but when i speak it roars the seas
#7
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We kill the batman.


This.
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to be honest, I thought they were awful. I mean some of the songs our drummer's written was better than their stuff.
#8
Quote by darkstar2466


He's impervious to bullets
dirtbag ballet by the bins down the alley
as i walk through the chalet of the shadow of death
everything that you've come to expect


#9
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He's impervious to bullets


Impervious to fire!
Impervious to steel!

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I'll logic you right in the thyroid.

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#10
Hey man, I'm an illegal immigrant from Mexico. You should definitely feel bad.


(Posting this on my computer I don't need)