conviction

September 28th, 2014

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106 Responses to “conviction”

  1. I’ve always heard to do things with conviction. I guess that means do things efficiently and thoroughly. Do things all the way and don’t half-butt do them. Conviction reminds me of prisons too, you know like “convict”

    By Jesse on 09.29.2014

  2. Uhhhh I don’t really know what conviction means. I somewhat feel like it as to do when like someone gets murdered but yeah that’s probably not right. So yeah, I suck at this one word thing pretty bad.

    By Taylor Karvonen URL on 09.29.2014

  3. Being convicted of a crime doesn’t always make guilty, just like being found innocent doesn’t mean you didn’t do it.

    By Makaya Eaton on 09.29.2014

  4. Wow that’s a heavy word. Kinda makes me think of being accused of something. What if i didn’t do it how do i overcome this? Why would someone do this?

    By Luis Tyson on 09.29.2014

  5. “They’re real, I tell you! Real!” The man screamed, as he rushed down the streets of the night. Everyone, startled from their slumber, awoke and lights filled the roads as they roared at the man to be silent. “They’re real! They’re real! The dragons, I’ve seen them! They’re real!”

    By Tristan Fether on 09.29.2014

  6. i was in total conviction wheni was being prosecuted for my crime. all i did was steal a toy. now cmon that aint that bad.

    By blake on 09.29.2014

  7. Convivtion. The first thing that comes to my mind is a prioner in jail. He might have been convicted for something bad or he might have been convicted for something stupid. Being convicted seems like a bad title. I guess because you are deemed for whatever youre convicted for.

    By Turne Hughes on 09.29.2014

  8. We’re no strangers to love
    You know the rules and so do I
    A full commitment’s what I’m thinking of
    You wouldn’t get this from any other guy

    I just wanna tell you how I’m feeling
    Gotta make you understand

    Never gonna give you up
    Never gonna let you down
    Never gonna run around and desert you
    Never gonna make you cry
    Never gonna say goodbye
    Never gonna tell a lie and hurt you

    We’ve known each other for so long
    Your heart’s been aching, but
    You’re too shy to say it
    Inside, we both know what’s been going on
    We know the game and we’re gonna play it

    And if you ask me how I’m feeling
    Don’t tell me you’re too blind to see

    Never gonna give you up
    Never gonna let you down
    Never gonna run around and desert you
    Never gonna make you cry
    Never gonna say goodbye
    Never gonna tell a lie and hurt you

    Never gonna give you up
    Never gonna let you down
    Never gonna run around and desert you
    Never gonna make you cry
    Never gonna say goodbye
    Never gonna tell a lie and hurt you

    (Ooh, give you up)
    (Ooh, give you up)
    Never gonna give, never gonna give
    (Give you up)
    Never gonna give, never gonna give
    (Give you up)

    We’ve known each other for so long
    Your heart’s been aching, but
    You’re too shy to say it
    Inside, we both know what’s been going on
    We know the game and we’re gonna play it

    I just wanna tell you how I’m feeling
    Gotta make you understand

    Never gonna give you up
    Never gonna let you down
    Never gonna run around and desert you
    Never gonna make you cry
    Never gonna say goodbye
    Never gonna tell a lie and hurt you

    Never gonna give you up
    Never gonna let you down
    Never gonna run around and desert you
    Never gonna make you cry
    Never gonna say goodbye
    Never gonna tell a lie and hurt you

    Never gonna give you up
    Never gonna let you down
    Never gonna run around and desert you
    Never gonna make you cry
    Never gonna say goodbye
    Never gonna tell a lie and hurt you

    By Rick Astley on 09.29.2014

  9. Conviction is what results when someone is accused of something. A conviction may be accurate, but it may not always be accurate. I’m convicted of being irresponsible and unfortunately, it’s true.

    By Chase McMillan URL on 09.29.2014

  10. I don’t know what to write about…. I am soooooooooooooooooo tired please don’t ask me to do things this hard!

    By The Stupid One on 09.29.2014

  11. its come in the law that the conviction term is used this is my first try hence the term conviction means that the person is found guilty of the charges against him and the court has held him guilty

    By ravi on 09.29.2014

  12. I feel a total sense of conviction in my love and gratitude for this great Universe as I move on in my daily life and it blesses me every day.

    By trkstr67 URL on 09.29.2014

  13. I was seconds away from getting in jail for life. I was standing there in the city, full of rage, with a knife in my hand. Ready to kill her. The only thing that stopped me was that there was too many people there, I am so relieved of that now.

    By Kevin Alexandré URL on 09.29.2014

  14. They are convicted for the crimes that the convictors themselves only know
    And it is nothing to die for
    Nothing to condemn
    And yet the end is coming for the innocent
    The end is coming for truth
    At all

    Conviction of mercy
    As weakness

    By Kirsten on 09.29.2014

  15. When you are sure about something, you know about a subject and no one can tell you you are wrong

    By Catalina Fuchs on 09.29.2014

  16. The conviction of what he had done still pulled at him. Should he stand up and admit himself to public shame? Or should he hide it form prying eyes and convicting souls?

    By Scmidaldhaven Guptra III on 09.29.2014

  17. Be clever and it can happen as you plan. Keep awake. Think of it as exercise, activity. It does not have to end up with you getting a conviction. You just have to time it right and have the right face.

    By Meredyth URL on 09.29.2014

  18. The cops have convicted me of robbing the store down the street. I have to admit I did do it. I beat the man up and stole all the goodies that I could. By goodies I mean all of the junk food.

    By Maria on 09.29.2014

  19. Jail. Innocence. Guilty. There are only two ways a verdict could swing. But either way, you’ve been convicted. Most of the time, if you’re innocent they’ll find something for you to go to jail on. Yay, “justice.”

    By Crystal on 09.29.2014

  20. Religious? Crime? Our conscience convicts of our our mistakes, or things we feel strongly about. On first impression, this word seems negative.

    By Kris Bell on 09.29.2014

  21. My convictions are negotiable. But then maybe that means they are not convictions. The older I get the less I find that is absolute. I grow more unsure, less convicted each day.

    By Hillary on 09.29.2014

  22. Conviction? This is such a hard for sixty seconds. I don’t have time to check a dictionary. I would hate to be arrested. My parents would kill me. I fell like this is supposed to be really deep in like a minute but I feel way too rushed to write anything worth sharing.

    By Carter Pope on 09.29.2014

  23. Convicted of a crime. The murder of her. We all knew he did it. How though? And why? That is the question

    By Clarie on 09.29.2014

  24. Hopefully I will never get convicted for a crime. I try to keep myself out of situation that would get me in trouble.

    By Daniel on 09.29.2014

  25. Six harlequin babies ate mashed potatoes off of my eyelids as the day’s residuals painted stripes on my pants. As a member of the occult I could see. I could see past the widows and into the eye of the blind. Ceremonies were endless. A goat’s head decorated my Christmas tree. My bladder was filled with pomegranite juice.

    By Dinky Honker on 09.29.2014

  26. Conviction. I’ve been falsely convicted of many things. People blame me for things I haven’t done. Maybe it’s because they’re jealous or mad of the position I hold. Being a captain of a team a teenage girls is stressful. Whenever you accuse them of something, they may fire back on you, and claim that you have done things wrong to, but that’s just something you have to deal with.

    By Hayley on 09.29.2014

  27. Conviction? The only thing I can think about is going to jail. Is that bad? I’m not really sure. My brain is off topic today, I’m just too tired to function. This sucks. I even had more time to spare but I wasted it. What the heck I clicked the back arrow and it gave me another sixty seconds. I’m annoyed right now, I won’t lie. Ugh. I don’t want to write anything. Is this over yet?

    By Madison on 09.29.2014

  28. Got a guilty concious? Get some conviction.

    By Daryl Anne URL on 09.29.2014

  29. Conviction. When you get arrested you are convicted of a crime. If you are proven guilty, you are sentenced to prison for life. Conviction is bad.

    By That Schools Boy on 09.29.2014

  30. I only see bad I think of this word. It is a word you think of when someone goes to jail. I think of someone doing something terrible and they get convicted for what they did.

    By Brooke on 09.29.2014

  31. Feeling bad for doing something. The feel of regret and discomfort.

    By Garrett on 09.29.2014

  32. Convicts? I remember when I was in elementary school and I saw convicts picking up trash and was thoroughly freaked out. Why are they out? They’re convicts.

    By Teal Matthews on 09.29.2014

  33. When i think of conviction i think of when the Lord convicted my heart and i got saved.

    By Papa Doc on 09.29.2014

  34. It’s hard for me to think of a good word that would complement conviction… Hopefully i’ll never be convicted of anything

    By Cara on 09.29.2014

  35. What is conviction? I have no idea. If i did this topic would be so much easier. The only thng i can think of is when you are convicted of a felony and you go to jail.

    By Big Papa THOG on 09.29.2014

  36. Don’t blame me for your problems. Wait! Im not really sure what conviction means. Does it mean to contain someone or to place guilt on someone? I don’t know. My mind is convicted?

    By Jessica Griffith on 09.29.2014

  37. convictions are something that drive us to do what is right. they keep the order of your conscience and therefore keep your mind in order. have courage in your convictions

    By LUKESKYWALKER URL on 09.29.2014

  38. Confident and charismatic, his words were hypnotic and his eyes revealed truth. Some called him a con-artist, a false prophet. ‘Don’t drink the Kool-Aid’ they warned. But Sarah knew he’d been chosen, so when he asked for unconditional loyalty, she gave him everything.

    By Soft URL on 09.29.2014

  39. i have no idea what conviction is so i will talk about food. food is good and my favorite fiod is pizza,. many people have different kinds of favorite food then me because some people hate pizza but i really really really really love pizza.!!!!!

    By Megan on 09.29.2014

  40. Some people have some very strong convictions. Some of my beliefs that I feel strongly about are that people should read more, kids shouldn’t spend so much time on technology (especially young kids whose minds are developing), and that people should have the right to choose who they want to love and marry. I believe that

    By Ms. Schumacher on 09.29.2014