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#41
Santa is real. Santa Catalina Island, California, that is. It is a place and it exists (according to Google, however reliable it may be).

Bohemian Rhapsody is a masterpiece of a song.

Edit: I am worried that the above statement may be too difficult for anyone to contradict. If this is the case, here is a new one:

Any and all exams must be placed in a massive bonfire because it should be fun.
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#42
Masterpiece is defined by a general societal appreciation and acceptance of it's greatness and prone to change. I'm sure there were people who used to think Disney's "Song of the South" was a masterpiece too. Used to. Keeping that in mind, though Bohemian Rhapsody is currently accepted as a very good song and Freddie Mercury as an iconic performer that contributed to the advanced and proliferation of music across the world.. Give it another 50 or 100, 200, whatever years and changing tastes would probably think of anyone from the 20th century as "who?", and their accomplishments pretty much boiled down to "managed to not end the world or exhaust planetary resources (somehow)", "managed to invent computers" and "paved the way for personal computational devices". Compared to amazing and terrible human achievements like the theory of relativity, the creation of the internet, two world wars and whatever else happened in the 20th century, Bohemian Rhapsody is no more a masterpiece then the latest Justin Beiber song.

As for your second one, you specify "any and all", well I know of plenty of exams (Lance got his OSHA-30 card earlier in the year) are digital. So, if you can explain to me how digital exams even can be placed in a bonfire, (and I don't mean "use a firewall, lol") let alone should be, considering how much they save on a carbon footprint. The obvious logistical efforts of collecting exams, burning them, along with the emissions they would produce in the atmosphere would render the whole thing a terrible idea. A better idea? Rebel against exams and the need to have them in the first place. Rather than destroying physical paper, reject and evolve from the idea of requiring them at all and you will have advanced the philosophical thinking of humanity as a whole. Answering simple questions 1 on 1 (or small groups) or choosing to challenge ourselves to tasks and situations and gain valuable experience rather than be grilled on one's ability to "check yes or no" or shade in a block with a #2 pencil. Compared to that kind of evolution, throwing exam papers on a fire is just like a child crying out for attention or the end of an invasion of unwashed philistines against the educated.

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Smash Brother Ultimate won't be an instant classic and super amazing game.
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#43
EDIT: Darn I argued the wrong side hold on.

They're hyped because you can finally fight as any character from any previous game, and melee is already deemed a classic. This game also follows melees path and ramps up the speed of combos and final smashes.

You cannot make a mountain out of a mile hill.
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#44
A mountain is defined as "a large natural elevation of the earth's surface rising abruptly from the surrounding level; a large steep hill." Therefore, a mountain is a type of hill.

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#45
This thread originates from Xarbern's mind. To say it's from community.tulpa.info either nullifies Xarbern's existence, or assumes that the entirety of the userbase forms one giant, singular being in which case we're all tulpas inside one giant system.

Glass is transparent.
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#46
Technically, ultraviolet photons are absorbed by glass so it is only partially transparent. We just have a limited visual spectrum so we are biased and think it is.

Folding furniture is the best furniture.
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#47
Those things tend to break when i jump on them. I'm a grown up now, no one's gonna tell me not to jump on the furniture. So no, folding furniture is not structurally meant to be jumped on, then no thanks.

The reptillians don't run the world governments.
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#48
The reptilians do run the world's governments, but the Pumas are fighting them to take over the world.

I said something crazy.
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#49
Of course not, I'd much prefer pumas over reptilians. Other than Raptor Jesus, he's cool.

Raptor Jesus isn't all that cool actually.
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#50
Raptor Jesus is Jesus. And that guy's wicked cool! (God is also a Raptor obviously).

The Earth isn't made out of Jello.
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