This is a multicultural forum and in British and Australian English, it’s just the opposite. Their rule is exactly how you applied it. I prefer it that way. It’s easier to read. The American way looks awkward. Tiassa’s already covered it quite well. Did you miss it? He talks a lot about justice. Two good things; love and justice, with one being more secular, and the other more pious, but both being necessary. Although, if you think about it, horrific acts have been committed in the name of both. They serve different goals, but they both compete for the same damn thing, the right to guide our lives. It’s odd though, isn’t it, because both of them are illusions. Thanks for that, BTW. It was an honest and interesting assessment. Hey, if you get the time, would you mind telling me what's wrong with my sentence? Iceaura absolutly refuses to. I do struggle a little due to an autoimmune disease. I've tried but I can't figure it out. "I simply pointed out your habitual disingenuous contextomy and rightly so." What? Maybe add a comma or two? It's crazy, all of this just to justify a riot. They say that the FBI opened more than 300 domestic terrorism investigations. So, I’d say that, not my definition of domestic terrorism, BTW, but the legal definition itself is correct. A terrorist is a person or a group that uses violence and intimidation in the pursuit of political aims.