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Discussion question of the week:
You Have a Right

Name a right, privilege, or opportunity you possess solely because of your circumstances of birth. Now name a right, privilege, or opportunity you feel you've been denied based on circumstances of birth. (Any situation can be discussed; for example, sex, race, able-bodiedness, socioeconomic status, sexual orientation, religion, attractiveness, national origin; any majority/privileged group or minority/disadvantaged group can be brought up for this question.)


NOTES FROM OTHERS:

M. Lee2/19/1116:10
Damn, either that bank issues some hellacious ATM cards, or Weaver's shrunk ^_^ And since he's already written off Alix as a snob, I think I can cut him some slack for acting as such in the THTIB saga.
SHO!2/25/118:40
A free money card. Good way to put it.

Alix was a snob long before Weaver and he'll probably be one long after. His attitude about it not being a big deal that his parents are still coddling him and giving him not just a safety net, but a bungee cord, and a jet pack is so irritating!

!Z!

Bill6/7/2117:44
Roth? ROTH? Usually the middle name is the embarrassing one (Mine is Eliot on my birth certificate). You sure have a way of naming adult men. Fred Fischer and Alix Roth. Wait. Fred Fish. That's a SpongeBob character. AH! MY LEG! MY LEG!
swankivy
Fred's last name is Fisher, not Fischer. There is nothing bizarre or embarrassing about either of those names. They are both incredibly common last names. It's really baffling that you react like this about very, very common last names and imply that everyone would mock them or find them bizarre.

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