seriously

Houston, MO

#80357 Apr 17, 2013
DanFromSmithville wrote:
<quoted text>I did post a fact Stupid. It is a fact that I have read many of the writings of our Founding Fathers and many of them felt that a person could be moral and not believe in God.
Read the works of Paine, Jefferson and Franklin to start with Dummy.
Oh who is melting down. Yep that would be you being you are back to name calling LMAO

“River of tears flowing out of ”

Since: Jan 11

West Plains

#80358 Apr 17, 2013
seriously wrote:
<quoted text>
Dan this was my post on here and it makes plenty of sense to any one that has sense, "Most of oneís knowledge is "provisionally true"- true enough for practical purposes, but subject to revision if something new comes along. Most people don't realize that. They act as if they have absolute truth in their hands, when what they actually have is "useful truth"- things they know well enough to hold/have practical value."
The wisest man is the man that knows there is always something to learn, while the dumbest man is the man who thinks he knows everything.Ē
Then you came on and ridiculed me with this little post of yours, "Don't be so hard on yourself. You probably have a good idea once a decade or so."
Your simpleton brain sees anything intelligent as a threat so then you have to ridicule the poster of that post. So point blank if you donít like the smell of shyt, donít stir shyt and you fella stir more shyt in this room than anyone here. Even if someone says something nice you have a smart@ss comment you reply back with and I am guessing because your life sucks so bad this thread is your outlet to try to feel superior in a world that in reality you are inferior. Good luck with that and your fake names for it will get you nowhere but where you are and at the end of the day you are still the same little pathetic loser posting here hoping to look smart and knowledgeable. And that is your reality everyday like it or not. LMFAO
Thank you for clearing this all up for me. I hope it doesn't bother you that I feel in fine spirits and will likely sleep well tonight not even thinking once about this whole episode. Now, I know you are going to want to express how you believe that is not true and completely the opposite of reality and I want that for you believe me. So please do by all means. If there is anything I can add that will further your thinking along these lines, feel free to let me know. It has been great getting OWNED by you and I am sure that by now you have tired of the process so I will let you get on your way. I know you must have many more important things to do than waste time on some elaborate game to get over on an anonymous poster on an internet forum. Have a wonderful evening.
seriously

Houston, MO

#80359 Apr 17, 2013
DanFromSmithville wrote:
<quoted text>Thank you for clearing this all up for me. I hope it doesn't bother you that I feel in fine spirits and will likely sleep well tonight not even thinking once about this whole episode. Now, I know you are going to want to express how you believe that is not true and completely the opposite of reality and I want that for you believe me. So please do by all means. If there is anything I can add that will further your thinking along these lines, feel free to let me know. It has been great getting OWNED by you and I am sure that by now you have tired of the process so I will let you get on your way. I know you must have many more important things to do than waste time on some elaborate game to get over on an anonymous poster on an internet forum. Have a wonderful evening.
Again you got OWNED so you had to come back and say how the rest of your night will go. LMAO

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#80360 Apr 17, 2013
seriously wrote:
<quoted text>
And that is your opinion Dawg allowed by free will. I see it more of live right and be rewarded or live wrong and be punished. Not much different than the laws we live by daily. Murder, steal, ect and be punished. Many people follow the laws of God and the laws of man from knowing the difference of right and wrong, some the fear of being punished, some just don't have believe in anything and think they are invincible. Dawg why do you follow any laws? More out of fear of the punishment or more out of knowing right from wrong or do you think you are invincible?
It is my opinion that humanity, over the ages, has developed an innnate sense of "right and wrong" which works to help the continuation of the species.

I have noticed that conservatives, in particular, believe in punishment to assure that humans follow the "code of conduct." As a generality, you agree wholeheartedly in stoning, beheading, imprisonment, and physical punishment. Why? I suppose because you have your beliefs of "right and wrong," and are willing to go to great extremes to make sure that everyone follows your beliefs.

Liberals believe more in behavior modification. There are some things which I believe are simply "right to do" and others which are "wrong to do." If you are a heathen, you probably NEED punishment to follow the right path. If you are a thinking person, no such strictures are needed.

“River of tears flowing out of ”

Since: Jan 11

West Plains

#80361 Apr 17, 2013
seriously wrote:
<quoted text>
You never melted me down. I just called it like it is. You started with me and I proved you are an idiot. Now you are back tracking trying to save face. You lost punk. You are either a young punk or an old punk but either way you are a punk idiot. I played you like a fiddle and even got you to answer many post by different names separately while they all said in the first sentence "what I said". Even the poster "Guestzero" caught on and had to tell you what was going on. You are a joke and that just burns your @ss and you can't believe you got caught up in a game that you play and got beat and proved a fool. Pay attention and take notes for it won't be the last time it happens to you for it is so easy to do. LMFAO.
Yes of course I didn't. Of course you did. We can all see that. I must be trying to save face from the very scathing OWNING of me that you have given me. You have played me like a fiddle. I must confess, I do feel like my bow has been pulled on rather strenuously. You are right. Guestzero did catch on and he did mention to me after I mentioned it in a previuos post. No, I can't believe I got gaught by someone that has gone to the effort to register multiple different names, followed me to obscure out of state forums to ridicule me and then made post after post to reassure himself that he has beaten me. You have gotten me for sure. No, I am certain, that it won't be the last time you do this. Again, don't let me keep you from the much more important activities of your life. I am sure that you must have emergency surgery to perform or witnessing for the Lord to do. Just leave me here knowing that you have impacted my life so much that I may never be the same again.
seriously

Houston, MO

#80362 Apr 17, 2013
DanFromSmithville wrote:
<quoted text>Thank you for clearing this all up for me. I hope it doesn't bother you that I feel in fine spirits and will likely sleep well tonight not even thinking once about this whole episode. Now, I know you are going to want to express how you believe that is not true and completely the opposite of reality and I want that for you believe me. So please do by all means. If there is anything I can add that will further your thinking along these lines, feel free to let me know. It has been great getting OWNED by you and I am sure that by now you have tired of the process so I will let you get on your way. I know you must have many more important things to do than waste time on some elaborate game to get over on an anonymous poster on an internet forum. Have a wonderful evening.
Go to sleep pussseeeee and dream of better days when you don't get owned. LMAO
seriously

Houston, MO

#80363 Apr 17, 2013
Yellow Dawg Democrat wrote:
<quoted text>
It is my opinion that humanity, over the ages, has developed an innnate sense of "right and wrong" which works to help the continuation of the species.
I have noticed that conservatives, in particular, believe in punishment to assure that humans follow the "code of conduct." As a generality, you agree wholeheartedly in stoning, beheading, imprisonment, and physical punishment. Why? I suppose because you have your beliefs of "right and wrong," and are willing to go to great extremes to make sure that everyone follows your beliefs.
Liberals believe more in behavior modification. There are some things which I believe are simply "right to do" and others which are "wrong to do." If you are a heathen, you probably NEED punishment to follow the right path. If you are a thinking person, no such strictures are needed.
Well said. I can live with that. Kudos.

“River of tears flowing out of ”

Since: Jan 11

West Plains

#80364 Apr 17, 2013
Yellow Dawg Democrat wrote:
<quoted text>
I have already answered. Your thoughts are beautifully idealistic and wonderful. Unfortunately, they are not correct.
So you are saying that God gave us "free will" so that we can relinquish it?
Balderdash. What nonsense. Try again.
Dawg, you have to catch up with the evenings posts. I got so OWNED tonight by seriuously from Licking. It turns out that he is replaytime, treestump, deltadog and 10fourRogerthat. He sure whooped me good. I don't know what I am going to do now. How will I ever hold my head up on this thread again.

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#80365 Apr 17, 2013
seriously wrote:
<quoted text>
It is said that God created Adam after himself . He gave Adam a mind capable of reasoning, thinking, and even creating, although his intellectual powers, in comparison, are limited. So by that I would think God has free will and chose to pass it on to us. Thus he did not want to control(dictate)us but yet make lets us make our own choices but never saying there would not be punishment for breaking his laws "IF" we chose to break them. That is where choice comes in and where we choose right or wrong. Same as daily laws we live by.
Without free will no one would be telling us what to do. We would be like a robotic world society where everyone is the same and does the same as the others do instead of doing what we choose.
So what would be wrong about a robotic world society? Certainly your "god" had that as an option.

I am amused that you tell us precisely what your "god" had in mind when he (presumably) gave us "free will." You are like "Norton." You presume to cloak yourself with the mantle of your "god," and tell us what "he" had in mind.

It is truly wonderful that you have the ability to peer into your "god"'s mind and tell us poor heathens why he presumably "did" what he presumably "did."

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#80367 Apr 17, 2013
replaytime wrote:
<quoted text>
DanfromSmithville I agree with TreeStump it just shows what I said was right. The person says himself he does not believe in deities and such so he does not believe in Gods laws. LMAO
Your "god" has thousands of laws. As some silly examples: not eating pork, circumcision. if you do not follow those laws, you are in deep doo-doo from the "God of the Old Testament."

(And I do not want to hear anything about "grace," either.)

“River of tears flowing out of ”

Since: Jan 11

West Plains

#80368 Apr 17, 2013
Yellow Dawg Democrat wrote:
<quoted text>
It is my opinion that humanity, over the ages, has developed an innnate sense of "right and wrong" which works to help the continuation of the species.
I have noticed that conservatives, in particular, believe in punishment to assure that humans follow the "code of conduct." As a generality, you agree wholeheartedly in stoning, beheading, imprisonment, and physical punishment. Why? I suppose because you have your beliefs of "right and wrong," and are willing to go to great extremes to make sure that everyone follows your beliefs.
Liberals believe more in behavior modification. There are some things which I believe are simply "right to do" and others which are "wrong to do." If you are a heathen, you probably NEED punishment to follow the right path. If you are a thinking person, no such strictures are needed.
One school of thought among anthropologists is that we developed morals, altruism and other behaviors as part of our social structure resulting from the cooperation required for survival. The Bible is not the first set of rules developed to govern human behavior though you would think it was based on the belief of strict interpreter.

“River of tears flowing out of ”

Since: Jan 11

West Plains

#80369 Apr 17, 2013
Yellow Dawg Democrat wrote:
<quoted text>
So what would be wrong about a robotic world society? Certainly your "god" had that as an option.
I am amused that you tell us precisely what your "god" had in mind when he (presumably) gave us "free will." You are like "Norton." You presume to cloak yourself with the mantle of your "god," and tell us what "he" had in mind.
It is truly wonderful that you have the ability to peer into your "god"'s mind and tell us poor heathens why he presumably "did" what he presumably "did."
Now don't mock the work of seriously. He is a formidable opponent of overreaching intelligence. I have seen it first hand.
seriously

Houston, MO

#80370 Apr 17, 2013
Yellow Dawg Democrat wrote:
<quoted text>
So what would be wrong about a robotic world society? Certainly your "god" had that as an option.
I am amused that you tell us precisely what your "god" had in mind when he (presumably) gave us "free will." You are like "Norton." You presume to cloak yourself with the mantle of your "god," and tell us what "he" had in mind.
It is truly wonderful that you have the ability to peer into your "god"'s mind and tell us poor heathens why he presumably "did" what he presumably "did."
Dawg as the first few word in that statement said "it is said that God" did those things. It is what I have been taught as I grew up. But back again to my post about believing, we can only believe what we think is right for none of us really know what is right and what to believe. It is a choice we make. For if we in reality if someone does not see it or hear it their self where in fact is the proof that it is true. It all comes down to what we choose to believe.

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#80371 Apr 17, 2013
10fourRogerThat wrote:
DanfromSmithville I agree with TreeStump, Replaytime and DeltaDogs it just shows what I said was right. The person says himself he does not believe in deities and such so he does not believe in Gods laws. That is a choice of free will not to believe in God. But hey it is his choice and who are we to say it is right or wrong? Ones never knows what is right or wrong but only by the choices we make and the punishment that comes with those choices are how we find out. The whole world is an illusion if you want it to be. LOL
Thanks for reinforcing what I said about God's "Free Will":

Kiss my azz, or burn in Hell.

Some "free will" that is!

A robber comes up to you on the street and has a gun. He says, "Give me your money or I will kill you." You decide to give him your money. Thus, the robber is not guilty of any crime because you decided of your own "free will" to submit to his demands.(Note this is but one example of "Kiss my azz, or burn in Hell.")
seriously

Houston, MO

#80372 Apr 17, 2013
Yellow Dawg Democrat wrote:
<quoted text>
So what would be wrong about a robotic world society? Certainly your "god" had that as an option.
I am amused that you tell us precisely what your "god" had in mind when he (presumably) gave us "free will." You are like "Norton." You presume to cloak yourself with the mantle of your "god," and tell us what "he" had in mind.
It is truly wonderful that you have the ability to peer into your "god"'s mind and tell us poor heathens why he presumably "did" what he presumably "did."
Just like man walked on the moon. Did he really? I wasn't there were you? No. We just have to go by what we have been told, taught and seen on TV that could all have been made up. It is up to us to believe he did or not. Same as it is up to us to believe whether God exist or not.

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#80373 Apr 17, 2013
Guestzero wrote:
Of course I don't believe in "gods" laws, he is immoral and fictional.
Amen, Brother!

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#80374 Apr 17, 2013
seriously wrote:
<quoted text>
Or poor little baby. Cry me a river, build s bridge over it, then jump off the bridge and drown!! I went there to show you post bullshyt where ever you go. LMFAO
Et tu -- "seriously"!

Since: Dec 10

Washington DC

#80375 Apr 17, 2013
10fourRogerThat wrote:
I have one question for everyone that still posts here. Say what you have to gain or what you gain by coming here everyday. Ignore this if you want but if you can not post a sensible answer or you ignore it then it just shows that you are an idiot with no life!!!!!
What have you to gain for asking, other than displaying

your brilliant truck driver mentality, of course?
seriously

Houston, MO

#80376 Apr 17, 2013
DanFromSmithville wrote:
<quoted text>One school of thought among anthropologists is that we developed morals, altruism and other behaviors as part of our social structure resulting from the cooperation required for survival. The Bible is not the first set of rules developed to govern human behavior though you would think it was based on the belief of strict interpreter.
Danny boy why are we the only species that have developed morals, altruism and other behaviors. With the other species on this earth it about survival or death with nothing really in between. They will kill anything to survive. No morals in that, that is just survival!
Who is Who

Sikeston, MO

#80377 Apr 17, 2013
Wow it's really hard to know who believes what these days. Like putting "In God We Trust" on our money right. Do We the People of the United States Really Trust in God? Who put that on our money anyway and Why? Well Our Founding Fathers put it there. Why? Because They Believed in God. Some people think we should take the 10 Commandments out of the School. That makes you wonder what will be next. What we teach our children is important, not to lie, not to steel is good information no matter where it comes from. Who would want to live in a world where there were no Commandments. That would be exactly what we DON"T WANT. When Good Men Do Nothing Evil Prevails.

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