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“Resident Husky”

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#1
Oct 8, 2012
 
Has anyone else noticed how a lot of children are coaxed into a certain religious belief systems before they are truely able to understand anything about said religion? Shouldnt a child be allowed to pick their own path and not be forced into one?
SuZ

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Oct 8, 2012
 
Punnchy wrote:
Has anyone else noticed how a lot of children are coaxed into a certain religious belief systems before they are truely able to understand anything about said religion? Shouldnt a child be allowed to pick their own path and not be forced into one?
Duh!! Think about what you just said dumbass

“Resident Husky”

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Ralphie

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#3
Oct 8, 2012
 
can you explain how what i have said is wrong in anyway without the pointless self motivating name calling?

Since: Sep 12

Springfield, MO

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#4
Oct 8, 2012
 
My parents started me out as Methodist. At no time did they tell me I could not experiment with other religions or beliefs. I am not a Methodist or the15 plus others that I have looked into. So I follow my tribal history instead. Some people have said I'm a Atheist or Wiccan, but it really doesn't matter. I'm happy and I'm loved, what comes after is a new adventure. So my answer would be Freedom of Religion for all.
SuZ

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Oct 8, 2012
 
Punnchy wrote:
can you explain how what i have said is wrong in anyway without the pointless self motivating name calling?
You just asking how stupid that statement was is answer enough. The medication your on is for people with confused and unusual thought patterns. You must be the poster child.

“Resident Husky”

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Ralphie

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Oct 8, 2012
 
SuZ wrote:
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You just asking how stupid that statement was is answer enough. The medication your on is for people with confused and unusual thought patterns. You must be the poster child.
*yawn*

You didn't answer my question, you just attempted to insult me again, please, try something new, I am growing bored of reading what you write these days.
SuZ

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Oct 8, 2012
 
Punnchy wrote:
<quoted text>*yawn*

You didn't answer my question, you just attempted to insult me again, please, try something new, I am growing bored of reading what you write these days.
To anyone with any common sense the answer is very obvious. Guessing that leaves you out once again o little one

“Resident Husky”

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Ralphie

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Oct 8, 2012
 
SuZ wrote:
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To anyone with any common sense the answer is very obvious. Guessing that leaves you out once again o little one
Only in your opinion is the answer obvious, maybe having such a simple mind has something to do with your problem.
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Oct 8, 2012
 
Punnchy wrote:
<quoted text>Only in your opinion is the answer obvious, maybe having such a simple mind has something to do with your problem.
Being a confused and delusional pervert is yours

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Ralphie

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Oct 9, 2012
 
SuZ wrote:
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Being a confused and delusional pervert is yours
Keep making yourself feel better by insulting others, you don't want your self esteem to get low enough that you'll commit suicide...:(
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Oct 9, 2012
 
Punnchy wrote:
<quoted text>Keep making yourself feel better by insulting others, you don't want your self esteem to get low enough that you'll commit suicide...:(
Awwww that's sweet punky!!! Keep reading those psyche mags while at your therapists office lmao

“Resident Husky”

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Ralphie

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Oct 9, 2012
 
therapist? Why do you keep assuming things? Do you really enjoy grasping for staws?....you must :(
SuZ

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#13
Oct 9, 2012
 
Punnchy wrote:
Has anyone else noticed how a lot of children are coaxed into a certain religious belief systems before they are truely able to understand anything about said religion? Shouldnt a child be allowed to pick their own path and not be forced into one?
A child needs to be guided ... Try talking to Travler he might have a better way of explaining it.

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Oct 9, 2012
 
SuZ wrote:
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A child needs to be guided ... Try talking to Travler he might have a better way of explaining it.
Yeah i can understand the needing to be guided part, but the issue I am seeing, especially in my circles of friends, is that even if we`re raised a certain way, things change such as our beliefs about the higher powers and thus does our religions.
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#15
Oct 9, 2012
 
My kids were raised baptist, they may very well choose their own path where religion is concerned. It's up to them, as parents we can only guide or suggest, in the long run of their lives it's up to them to choose what is best for them. No parent can force a child to comply with something he doesn't understand.

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