Pit wrote:When coming across someone who was clearly participating in the Day of Silence (or across a group of people), they would shout verses (almost on the top of their lungs) within close proximity. Furthermore, they would shout most verses from the Book of Genesis, Book of Exodus and the Book of Revelations. Genesis was about the creation of man, as well as the sin of man. Exodus contains the ten commandments, and revelations is the final chapter in the Bible, which contains information about the apocalypse and the so-called second coming. It's one thing to use verses that are about.. acceptance, forgiveness, Jesus' miracles and such. However, they used versus about the punishment of God against those who sinned, or hateful messages that seemed more like paraphrasing than actual verses.
In short, they were provoking us.
Next time, just remain silent, and calmly, silently, kick them in the groin as hard as you can.
People like that shouldn't be allowed to reproduce anyways.
Alternatively, pretend you're not talking because you're a foreign exchange student who doesn't know much English. Then when they provoke you, burst out in an angry litany of how you're so sick of stupid Americans randomly yelling at you and how you hate this country now. In the most broken English you can manage while still being understandable. "I spend four year learning you language! And all you stupid American do, yell at me, yell at me! I want go back <insert name of foreign city here>! This country suck!"
In case it's not obvious by now, I hate those militants, too. Since when was "they have a differing opinion" a reason to be a jerk to someone? I think their sole reason for existing is to provide satirists with material to mock, and aside from that, they're just a huge waste of oxygen.
clintonius wrote:"You like that, RIAA? Yeah, the law burns, doesn't it?"
GENERATION 63,728,127: The first time you see this, copy it into your sig and divide the generation number by 2 if it's even, or multiply it by 3 then add 1 if it's odd. Social experiment.