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#53267 May 26, 2013
HughBe wrote:
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OF :D
You want my dick?

In a future post, I'll narrate how the sex urge is sublimated and dissolved - in fact, just yesterday I experienced the dissolution of the sex urge when I tried to raise it up hoping that it would result in graphic sexual thoughts and a solid erection. the attempt failed as there occurred an instant reaction from the higher force. I'll reveal the details later and you'll be amazed how effective the higher force is in quelling the sexual urge.

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#53268 May 26, 2013
HughBe wrote:
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I am NOT talking about ANCIENT writings I am talking about things said and done in OUR lifetime.
That's sheer hypocrisy on your part of omitting the old part out of your analysis.

The ancient archetypes as well as the modern proponents of Judaism are, well, to put it mildly, perverse with there being nothing original, profound or spiritually uplifting about them...
former res

Cheshire, CT

#53269 May 26, 2013
Voluntarist wrote:
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And your belief in the facts of government jurisdiction is just a fable.
Haven't we been through all this?

My only "beliefs" are in the ramifications of not following the law.
former res

Cheshire, CT

#53270 May 26, 2013
HughBe wrote:
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Former---Most of life is lived in the gray areas.
HughBe-- Why is that so? Do you HATE the BLACK?
???
HughBe wrote:
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Former--Much of literature contains elements of history, psychology, sociology, politics, philosophy, theology, commentary, fantasy, and yes, reality.
HughBe-- Noted now answer the question. Is Esther a book of HISTORY or FICTION? Tell me the fictional aspects of Esther.
I do not know, but then again, neither do you.
HughBe wrote:
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Former--It is for the individual to evaluate that which speaks to him and what message he wishes to take from any creative work of art.
HughBe--- Past events are past and it matters not what kind of message or impact it has on the reader those things cannot change the FACTS or history.
Regarding history, I agree.

I was speaking of literature.
HughBe wrote:
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Former---So, the answer to your question above is: It is whatever you make of it.
HughBe--- Pure CS and YOU know it.
Really? Then explain why some choose to believe and others do not.
HughBe wrote:
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I am going to make a big assumption here and it is that at some point in your life you had access to something called a LIBRARY. Now when you went did you find HISTORY books in the FICTIONAL section? Is that how it is done in America?
In what section would one find your bible and other holy books?

Hint: Not History!
HughBe wrote:
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Former---How about,'My Wicked, Wicked Life,' by Errol Flynn.
HughBe--- No doubt you read it as like attracts like in your world. I have never read it or heard about it.
Flynn was a famous American actor who once had a home in Jamaica:

Flynn lived with Wymore in Port Antonio, Jamaica in the 1950s. He was largely responsible for developing tourism to this area, and for a while owned the Titchfield Hotel, which was decorated by the artist Olga Lehmann. He also popularised trips down rivers on bamboo rafts.[35]

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Errol_Flynn
former res

Cheshire, CT

#53272 May 26, 2013
HughBe wrote:
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Former---I smell a trap....
HughBe--- That is positive as it means that you have gained intelligence.
Thank you. I'm gratified.
HughBe wrote:
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HughBe--- So Irish people are ethno-religious as they have an ethnicity and religion.
No. Not that simple.

We all have an ethnicity and a history of some sort of religion if you look back far enough on the family tree.

That doesn't make us all ethnoreligious.

The Irish are not included:

Examples of ethnic groups defined by ancestral religions are the Jews, the Druze of the Levant, the Copts of Egypt, the Yazidi of northern Iraq, the Zoroastrians of Iran and India, and the Serer of Senegal, the Gambia and Mauritania.[1]

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ethnoreligious_g...
HughBe wrote:
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HUghBe--- So based on the FACTS that YOU have an ethnicity as well as a RELIGIOUS history YOU are ethno-religious and this is something that YOU have previously denied.
Correct.
HughBe wrote:
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Now that I have explained to YOU who you are, embrace your ethno-religious self and enjoy your life, ATHEIST.
That's MR. Atheist to you!
former res

Cheshire, CT

#53273 May 26, 2013
HughBe wrote:
Former--You may want to study a thing called a syllogism -
HughBe---Cut the....
That you reject a concept from the field of logic does not surprise me.
HughBe wrote:
Former--Please explain your "millions of eyewitenesses."
HughBe--- Those who lived at the time of Esther. Those who came out of Egypt. Those who lived during the reigns of the various kings etc.
Former---How do you know this?
HughBe--- From the HISTORY of a people that are stiffnecked. Based on my knowledge of them today I am far more confident in the RELIABILITY of their history in the bible than in believing that men have been to the moon.
But how do you explain that we don't have religion for those who believe in the moon landing? vs those (moon atheists) who don't?

It seems more or less generally accepted.(Except by ATF and his friends...)
HughBe wrote:
These people would NEVER record negatives things about their history, if they were NOT TRUE.Trust me on that.
Bet your life on it. It is far more certain and accurate than the occurrence and reporting of the Civil war in America.
Now you are attempting to use reason to validate your beliefs.

Why do you go down this road rather than simply say you are accepting the story on faith? I would respect that more.

We also don't have a religion of Civil War believers, nor have I ever heard of any Civil War deniers. ATF??
HughBe wrote:
These people and I think of the religious ones are far more likely to TWIST history than to record the TRUTH and they certainly will not lightly record the NEGATIVES as contained in the bible.
Nehatives e.g. DAYS after the exodus they went into IDOLATRY. Take it from me, it HAPPENED.
"These people?"

I'll call it faith.

You should be ok with that too.

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#53274 May 26, 2013
Some idiotic being called G-d or God is not responsible for life and death - life, death and afterlife (disembodied state of consciousness-energy) are governed by causation.
Voluntarist

United States

#53277 May 26, 2013
former res wrote:
<quoted text>
Haven't we been through all this?
My only "beliefs" are in the ramifications of not following the law.
Right, someone will put you in a cage but you agree that is not evidence of anything but mans willingness to put you in a cage for not believing in fictitious government.

But if Christians put you in a cage for not believing in or living by the teachings of the bible, that doesn't make in any more legitimate to you? or does it?

“Legumes of the World Unite ”

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#53278 May 26, 2013
HughBe wrote:
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Frijoles---Hughbe is setting up a false equivalence. Christians are not an ethno-religious group either
HughBe--- Please explain it to me. Is it that Christians lack ethnicity or it is that they lack religion?
Expose my STUPIDITY.
There is no such thing as a tribal Christian people.

Christianity is a faith, not a tribe.

“Legumes of the World Unite ”

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#53279 May 26, 2013
JOEL THUMBS UP wrote:
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I'd qualified my statement by taking a case where there is no mixing of blood in a Muslim and the rest follows from this surmise.
Re-read it carefully.
I understand your logic and all I can say is that it is not relevant because we are talking about citizenship self identification in the 21th century.
You made a bunch of qualifications. I get them. But we are not talking genetics - we talking about self and group concepts.

“Legumes of the World Unite ”

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#53280 May 26, 2013
HughBe wrote:
<quoted text>
HughBe---what do you call the book of Esther?
Is it a HISTORICAL book?
Is it a book of FICTION?
Frijoles---Its not a book, its a scroll
HughBe--- Anus, do you read Esther from a scroll? Is Esther in books?
Frijoles---It would be helpful if you knew even the most fundamental facts about the work
HughBe--- Self-deceiving orifice answer the question. Insert scroll and answer my question.
I shall be repeating it until it is answered dear US educated Judahite.
Some day, just some day - you will learn some Hebrew so that you know WTF you are asking about

but moving on - No, personally I dont accept that megillah as history.

In the future, IF you want me to respond - loose the "Judahite" label nonsense. I dont call you a ngg-r, no need to make a deragatory name towards me,

“Legumes of the World Unite ”

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#53281 May 26, 2013
JOEL THUMBS UP wrote:
<quoted text>
I'd qualified my statement by taking a case where there is no mixing of blood in a Muslim and the rest follows from this surmise.
Re-read it carefully.
"8) If nationality is not race/genetic based then nationality is a superfluous factor and in such a case a person may describe himself as a Jewish Indian, Muslim Indian or Hindu Indian provided he puts his faith above nation.."

Exactly the case.

Now the question gets more interesting, or perhaps needless complicated if one now poses the question what is the difference between a Muslim Indian and an Indian Muslim?

And by the way, there are Jewish Indians. Ever watch Blazing Saddles?

former res

Cheshire, CT

#53282 May 26, 2013
Voluntarist wrote:
<quoted text>
Right, someone will put you in a cage but you agree that is not evidence of anything but mans willingness to put you in a cage for not believing in fictitious government.
This is not correct.

If, for example, I was imprisoned for not paying my taxes - it would not be for my beliefs (or lack thereof), it would be for failure to pay my taxes, aka, tax evasion.

The gov't wants its money. Our laws are much more concerned with how we act than how we think or believe.
Voluntarist wrote:
<quoted text>
But if Christians put you in a cage for not believing in or living by the teachings of the bible, that doesn't make in any more legitimate to you? or does it?
No it wouldn't.

But I'm not sure what your point is.

If you can remember, feel free to reiterate.
former res

Cheshire, CT

#53283 May 26, 2013
Frijoles wrote:
<quoted text>
"8) If nationality is not race/genetic based then nationality is a superfluous factor and in such a case a person may describe himself as a Jewish Indian, Muslim Indian or Hindu Indian provided he puts his faith above nation.."
Exactly the case.
Now the question gets more interesting, or perhaps needless complicated if one now poses the question what is the difference between a Muslim Indian and an Indian Muslim?
And by the way, there are Jewish Indians. Ever watch Blazing Saddles?
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =jsj4s9z-EAEXX
"The sheriff is a n----r!"

Funny stuff!
HughBe

Kingston, Jamaica

#53284 May 26, 2013
JOEL THUMBS UP wrote:
<quoted text>
You want my dick?
In a future post, I'll narrate how the sex urge is sublimated and dissolved - in fact, just yesterday I experienced the dissolution of the sex urge when I tried to raise it up hoping that it would result in graphic sexual thoughts and a solid erection. the attempt failed as there occurred an instant reaction from the higher force. I'll reveal the details later and you'll be amazed how effective the higher force is in quelling the sexual urge.
HughBe---OF :D

Joel---You want my dick?

HughBe--- NO. It would be of no use to me as I neither eat hamburger nor am I designed to utilize it in any way.

Joel---In a future post, I'll narrate how the sex urge is sublimated and dissolved

Hugh--- I await it.

Joel--- in fact, just yesterday I experienced the dissolution of the sex urge when I tried to raise it up hoping that it would result in graphic sexual thoughts AND a solid erection.

Hugh--- I wish to extend my sympathies and regrets in your TWO failures. Try Cialis.

Joel-- I'll reveal the details later and you'll be amazed how effective the higher force is in quelling the sexual urge.

HughBe--- Get rid of the higher force. SEX urge is NATURAL and it should not be quelled it should be controlled but not quelled.

So, STOP trying to KILL nature. I speak seriously, as a teenager I used to do the same BS with the misguided belief that men don't readily get erections. My problem was that I would had erections for most of the day without thinking about anything sexual.

It was embarrassing. Back then I prayed for the "higher force" to quell the erection nowadays I pray for the"higher force" to restore the vitality.

I am NOT impotent but gone are those days when taking a stroll and looking at nature would result in an erection.
HughBe

Kingston, Jamaica

#53285 May 26, 2013
JOEL THUMBS UP wrote:
<quoted text>
That's sheer hypocrisy on your part of omitting the old part out of your analysis.
The ancient archetypes as well as the modern proponents of Judaism are, well, to put it mildly, perverse with there being nothing original, profound or spiritually uplifting about them...
HughBe---I am NOT talking about ANCIENT writings I am talking about things said and done in OUR lifetime.

Joel--That's sheer hypocrisy on your part of omitting the old part out of your analysis.

HughBe--- Your approach is certainly one way but not the only one. My point is that one does NOT need to go back to ancient times to see the features mentioned as they are occurring right now in MODERN times.
HughBe

Kingston, Jamaica

#53286 May 26, 2013
Former---Most of life is lived in the gray areas.

HughBe-- Why is that so? Do you HATE the BLACK?

Former--???

HughBe--- Make another attempt at answering the TWO questions, please.

Former--Much of literature contains elements of history, psychology, sociology, politics, philosophy, theology, commentary, fantasy, and yes, reality.

HughBe-- Noted, now answer the question. Is Esther a book of HISTORY or FICTION? Tell me the fictional aspects of Esther.

Former--I do not know, but then again, neither do you.

HughBe--- I know that the book or as Anus calls it Scroll of Esther is a HISTORICAL document.

Also since you don't know, why choose the option of FAIRY TALES?



Former--It is for the individual to evaluate that which speaks to him and what message he wishes to take from any creative work of art.

HughBe--- Past events are past and it matters not what kind of message or impact it has on the reader those things cannot change the FACTS or history.

Former--Regarding history, I agree.
I was speaking of literature.

HughBe--- So in the US and Ireland history books would not be considered as a part of literature?

Here in Jamaica we would include history as a part of LITERATURE.

Former---So, the answer to your question above is: It is whatever you make of it.

HughBe--- Pure CS and YOU know it.

Former--Really? Then explain why some choose to believe and others do not.

HughBe--- you love the sound of my voice and that is one reason for the request for repetition. The explanation is simple, it is a matter of CREDIBILITY and the way the material is presented.

Take for example, Aesop writings they are regarded as FICTION by me.

How do you regard them?

HughBe---When you went (to the library) did you find HISTORY books in the FICTIONAL section? Is that how it is done in America?
In what section would one find your bible and other holy books?

Hint: Not History!

HughBe--- Do you ever make an attempt at answering questions? How did you manage in school?

Seriously, what area are you trained in and to what level?

In Jamaica it would be in the RELIGIOUS section. Does that tell you that religion is FICTION?

Where would you find a BIOLOGY book?


Former---How about,'My Wicked, Wicked Life,' by Errol Flynn.

HughBe--- No doubt you read it as like attracts like in your world. I have never read it or heard about it.

Former--Flynn was a famous American actor who once had a home in Jamaica:

HughBe--- I know of the man and his 007 exploits.

Former--Flynn .. also popularised trips down rivers on bamboo rafts.[35]

HughBe--- When are you coming for your bamboo ride, on the river?
HughBe

Kingston, Jamaica

#53287 May 26, 2013
Former---I smell a trap....

HughBe--- That is positive as it means that you have gained intelligence.

Former--Thank you. I'm gratified.

HughBe-- You're welcome.

HughBe--- So Irish people are ethno-religious as they have an ethnicity and religion.

Former--No. Not that simple.

HughBe--- Please provide DETAIL explanations.

Former--We all have an ethnicity

HughBe--- Really?

Former---and a history of SOME SORT OF RELIGION if you look back far enough on the family tree.

HughBe--- explain your "some sort of religion". Is that truly the way to describe how your forfathers viewed their religion? Are you on drugs, not thinking Viagra?

Former--That doesn't make us all ethnoreligious.

HughBe--- I see. Tell me or LIST all the ingredients to be ethno-religious. SPECIFY the criteria.

Former--The Irish are not included:

Examples of ethnic groups defined by ancestral religions are the Jews,

HughBe--- Noted. Tell me what the Jews have that make them ethno-religious that the Irish do not have.

Ok, MR. Atheist, my boy.
HughBe

Kingston, Jamaica

#53288 May 26, 2013
former res wrote:
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That you reject a concept from the field of logic does not surprise me.
<quoted text>
But how do you explain that we don't have religion for those who believe in the moon landing? vs those (moon atheists) who don't?
It seems more or less generally accepted.(Except by ATF and his friends...)
<quoted text>
Now you are attempting to use reason to validate your beliefs.
Why do you go down this road rather than simply say you are accepting the story on faith? I would respect that more.
We also don't have a religion of Civil War believers, nor have I ever heard of any Civil War deniers. ATF??
<quoted text>
"These people?"
I'll call it faith.
You should be ok with that too.
Former--Please explain your "millions of eyewitenesses."

HughBe--- Those who lived at the time of Esther. Those who came out of Egypt. Those who lived during the reigns of the various kings etc.

Former---How do you know this?

HughBe--- From the HISTORY of a people that are stiffnecked. Based on my knowledge of them today I am far more confident in the RELIABILITY of their history in the bible than in believing that men have been to the moon.

Former--But how do you explain that we don't have religion for those who believe in the moon landing? vs those (moon atheists) who don't?

HughBe--- It was all the efforts of men.

Former--It seems more or less generally accepted.(Except by ATF and his friends...)

HughBe--- Same for the bible. Your species/ATHEISTS are a minority in the WORLD. This is also GENERALLY known. The irony is that your types/ATHEISTS are found in great numbers among Jews the so called RELIGIOUS people.

HughBe --These people(Jews) would NEVER record negatives things about their history, if they were NOT TRUE.Trust me on that.
Bet your life on it. It is far more certain and accurate than the occurrence and reporting of the Civil war in America.

Former--Now you are attempting to use reason to validate your beliefs.

HughBe-- It is a nasty habit that I have of using GOOD judgment or good sense in dealing with life. Follow me.

Former--Why do you go down this road rather than simply say you are accepting the story on faith? I would respect that more.

HughBe--- I am not seeking respect I am seeking to be logical, fair and honest even if such an approach is disrespected.

Former--We also don't have a religion of Civil War believers, nor have I ever heard of any Civil War deniers. ATF??

HughBe--- It tells me that YOU are ALL a people of FAITH as NOT one of you were eyewitnesses and reply on the reports of others.

HughBe --These people and I think of the religious ones are far more likely to TWIST history than to record the TRUTH and they certainly will not lightly record the NEGATIVES as contained in the bible.
Negatives e.g. DAYS after the exodus they went into IDOLATRY. Take it from me, it HAPPENED.

Former--"These people?"

HughBe--- CONTEXT.

Former--I'll call it faith.

HughBe--- I call my words immediately above your THESE PEOPLE as FACTS and not FAITH.

Former--You should be ok with that too.

HughBe--- More CS.
HughBe

Kingston, Jamaica

#53289 May 26, 2013
Frijoles wrote:
<quoted text>
There is no such thing as a tribal Christian people.
Christianity is a faith, not a tribe.
Frijoles---There is no such thing as a tribal Christian people.

Christianity is a faith, not a tribe.

HughBe--- Please explain your point.

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