|1/22 3:53 PM|
According to rivals your class may end up 1 spot higher, according to ESPN and Scouts Alabama will finish higher. It is all a matter of opinion how good a class is, be happy you have a good class besides trying to compare it to Bama. I am happy with our class we do not get to take 30 something commits we just feel in our needs we are loaded everywhere and Auburn isn't. Quit acting like you guys are just as good as Alabama and if you are saying you are I want some proof of it because I got a lot of proof that says Alabama owns Auburn in just about every way imaginable.
AU Irish Tiger
|10/11 3:58 PM|
Hey man, Would you shoot me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org? Thanks.
|8/8 10:13 PM|
CW85 - could you shoot me an email? email@example.com
|7/5 11:18 PM|
|6/3 5:15 PM|
Oh, and I should add my argument as to the nature of humans:
All humans of sound mind (that means, simply, not mentally disturbed or deranged) understand that pain, suffering, discomfort, and grief are unfavorable feelings. As such, we are able to extrapolate that since we do not like these things and do not want them to happen to us, other people don't either.
Sociopaths, psychopaths, and other mentally unstable people have no concept of this or do not care. But we are talking about the average person. How do they know that inflicting pain or grief or discomfort on someone is bad? Because they know they don't want that to happen to them.
This concept has been around even in sub-human species. It was the foundation for things like the 10 commandments. They were simply attributed to God because those people had no other way of understanding of human nature. It was a false attribution.
If humans were not good by nature, morality would never have come to exist.