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#81 May 13, 2013
Enzyte Bob wrote:
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And one of the reasons the sanctity of marriage isn't what it used to be is because the average woman gets tasted several times before marriage.
And yet you stood up for Castro and made a joke of the girls he raped. Shame in you.

“Ludibrium est onus genio”

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#82 May 13, 2013
I would think the sanctity of marriage would be just as threatened by buyers remorse.
someone

Columbus, OH

#83 May 13, 2013
What about the women who went to him they should be charged too.

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#84 May 13, 2013
TonyD2 wrote:
I would think the sanctity of marriage would be just as threatened by buyers remorse.
If you weren't compatible before, you won't be compatible after.

Personality/Psych differences and finances have a higher effect.

Loss of social capital is another reason behind family breakdown.

The existence of gay marriage, is just an effect of society not attaching much importance to it in general, not a cause of it. As if it doesn't exist for the main point of an environment for raising children, then it means nothing and there is nothing bad with having a man married to a man.

In a sense, just another in a long list of reasons why society is ripping itself up at the seams, and why it's hard for me to care.
Enzyte Bob

Columbus, OH

#85 May 13, 2013
gokeefe wrote:
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And yet you stood up for Castro and made a joke of the girls he raped. Shame in you.
Castro should be given a medal as a taxpayers watchdog. He saved taxpayers hundreds of thousands of dollars by keeping the two retards off the street not to mention the hundreds of thousands of dollars more that would have been spent had they spawned. Castro is a hero.
They cannot kill a spook

Detroit, MI

#86 May 13, 2013
Free Pizza 4 U wrote:
race card didn't work 4 him.
Death penalty on the table.
I'm in favor of snipping his spinal cord with scissors and leaving him lay on the table.
I have a good wet dry vac and a nice pair of claus scissors and I am willing to travel. Figure his death should match his methods.
Enzyte Bob

Columbus, OH

#87 May 13, 2013
They cannot kill a spook wrote:
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I have a good wet dry vac and a nice pair of claus scissors and I am willing to travel. Figure his death should match his methods.
I say bring him back to work as an abortionist. His services are too valuable to society to be put to waste. Everybody makes mistakes.

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Planet Earth

#88 May 13, 2013
-The-Artist- wrote:
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If you weren't compatible before, you won't be compatible after.
But you might have THOUGHT you were compatible before, only to find out after that there's a problem... I have one friend who "claimed" the reason he got divorced was because he discovered that she was too "small". Does society really have the right to want him to suffer forever his decision?
Personality/Psych differences and finances have a higher effect.
Loss of social capital is another reason behind family breakdown.
The existence of gay marriage, is just an effect of society not attaching much importance to it in general, not a cause of it. As if it doesn't exist for the main point of an environment for raising children, then it means nothing and there is nothing bad with having a man married to a man.
In a sense, just another in a long list of reasons why society is ripping itself up at the seams, and why it's hard for me to care.
Change is inevitable. And I think we look at these changes not in how they change real society, but how they change our idea of what society should have been. And we sometimes get sad.

Perhaps "not caring" isn't such a bad thing. I mean, if society totally collapses on the day after I die, what's it to me? I'll either be in another place or not at all. On the other hand there's a chance that someone will come up with something I never thought of to propel society into thousands of generations of a golden age... and still I'll either be somewhere else or not at all... Maybe we should care... but only about the next century or so...

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#89 May 13, 2013
TonyD2 wrote:
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But you might have THOUGHT you were compatible before, only to find out after that there's a problem... I have one friend who "claimed" the reason he got divorced was because he discovered that she was too "small". Does society really have the right to want him to suffer forever his decision?
IMO, play stupid games, win stupid prizes. Social capital.
TonyD2 wrote:
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Change is inevitable. And I think we look at these changes not in how they change real society, but how they change our idea of what society should have been. And we sometimes get sad.
Perhaps "not caring" isn't such a bad thing. I mean, if society totally collapses on the day after I die, what's it to me? I'll either be in another place or not at all. On the other hand there's a chance that someone will come up with something I never thought of to propel society into thousands of generations of a golden age... and still I'll either be somewhere else or not at all... Maybe we should care... but only about the next century or so...
Seems absurdly fatalistic. That thinking has burned empire after empire into the dustbin of history.

Are you referring to the Singularity?

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#90 May 13, 2013
-The-Artist- wrote:
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IMO, play stupid games, win stupid prizes. Social capital.
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Seems absurdly fatalistic. That thinking has burned empire after empire into the dustbin of history.
Foretelling is not causing. Did you ever think that maybe empires ending up in the dustbin is just of the nature of empires? Like watching a movie that you've seen before?
Are you referring to the Singularity?
You mean the machine enhanced intelligence thing? No. I thought of that... all that will do is allow us to go wrong faster.

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#91 May 13, 2013
TonyD2 wrote:
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Foretelling is not causing. Did you ever think that maybe empires ending up in the dustbin is just of the nature of empires? Like watching a movie that you've seen before?
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You mean the machine enhanced intelligence thing? No. I thought of that... all that will do is allow us to go wrong faster.
A society isn't inevitably bound to destroy itself by a certain timescale, though IMO humanity in general is. It's the result of many decisions by many people. I do think that this society is doomed, I don't see it as TEOTWAWKI but a major realignment in the political order is coming.

Singularity as a concept is quite scary. It resembles that of The Wrath of Khan.

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#92 May 13, 2013
-The-Artist- wrote:
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A society isn't inevitably bound to destroy itself by a certain timescale
The time is variable, but they all end up the same way, and for much the same reasons, human nature being what it is...
, though IMO humanity in general is.
Well, our star is toast, so long term, survival would require a means of escaping it :)
It's the result of many decisions by many people. I do think that this society is doomed, I don't see it as TEOTWAWKI but a major realignment in the political order is coming.
Yes, but it might not be a sudden shift, but rather a bunch of subtle changes. One thing I look for is a single world government. I just hope it's more like ours than like "theirs" :)
Singularity as a concept is quite scary. It resembles that of The Wrath of Khan.
Or the Borg.

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#93 May 14, 2013
TonyD2 wrote:
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One thing I look for is a single world government. I just hope it's more like ours than like "theirs"
Few things I oppose more than that.

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#94 May 14, 2013
-The-Artist- wrote:
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Few things I oppose more than that.
But you're looking at it from what you know of "new world order", United nations, crap like that. You've convinced yourself that such a government "couldn't be" of the type you would prefer. But if you look at it objectively, we could get rid of a lot of the "us vs. them" problems if we only had one.

I am almost certain it's going to happen, and I personally think the effort spent in fighting the concept could be put to better use steering it in the way you want it to go. Some of the subtle things I was talking about before.

But there's another issue that's going to come up... How much more important is society's right to survive than the individual's? Should we be working to the future survival of humanity, even if it sometimes steps on the rights of individuals? And if so, who decides what's in the best interest of society, and which individuals get stepped on? Just some stuff rattling around in my head... Don't really know yet where I'm going with it.

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#95 May 14, 2013
TonyD2 wrote:
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But you're looking at it from what you know of "new world order", United nations, crap like that. You've convinced yourself that such a government "couldn't be" of the type you would prefer. But if you look at it objectively, we could get rid of a lot of the "us vs. them" problems if we only had one.
I am almost certain it's going to happen, and I personally think the effort spent in fighting the concept could be put to better use steering it in the way you want it to go. Some of the subtle things I was talking about before.
But there's another issue that's going to come up... How much more important is society's right to survive than the individual's? Should we be working to the future survival of humanity, even if it sometimes steps on the rights of individuals? And if so, who decides what's in the best interest of society, and which individuals get stepped on? Just some stuff rattling around in my head... Don't really know yet where I'm going with it.
The idea that highly different peoples could be made to exist under one government, is highly implausible. The EU is proof of that.

You cannot maintain a single world government without military force. To put it in elsewise, you would be forcing a large amount of Muslims to live under a kaffir government.

Now, your world reeks more of John Lennon's "Imagine", and IMHO it will remain in imagination.

Society? The Individual?

Generally the unity and stability of a people should be maintained, naturally I do think my way is better but I doubt people will be convinced of it, as people are fallible.
yawn whatever

Reynoldsburg, OH

#96 May 14, 2013
nobody cares except you copy and paste no life mofos

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Columbus, OH

#97 May 14, 2013
yawn whatever wrote:
nobody cares except you copy and paste no life mofos
Okay, you have a life mofo. You did not respond to a specific post, yet felt the need to post. Huh, talk about no life.

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#98 May 14, 2013
Swift and speedy justice...take him back to his "sterile" office and castrate him, poke his eyeballs out, and provide humane comfort for him. When he has met his demise, throw him in a dumpster.

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Hightstown, NJ

#99 May 14, 2013
Free Pizza 4 U wrote:
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Wrong bytch. So FN wrong
Some where in time that sweet innocent little smiling child will make you and the rest of the libitard justifiers pay.
It ain't over at all.
I won't move on and neither will she.
FOUQUE OFF MURDERER.
Don't put liberals in this category. I don't know one liberal who condones Gosnell's actions. However, Enzyte Bob seems to be okay with it, and he's hardly a liberal. I'm sure there are more people like him than there are liberals who agree that what Gosnell did was okay.

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#100 May 14, 2013
Mpnf1979 wrote:
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Don't put liberals in this category. I don't know one liberal who condones Gosnell's actions. However, Enzyte Bob seems to be okay with it, and he's hardly a liberal. I'm sure there are more people like him than there are liberals who agree that what Gosnell did was okay.
Bob is arguably one of the most left-wing forum regulars.

Having differing opinions on race, and arguably Jew hatred doesn't put one as "illiberal" or on the right.

I've heard the opinions of many liberals, that Gosnell is a consequence of the eeevil Republicans for not funding abortion with tax dollars. IMO, that's a defense of him.

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