Atheism requires as much faith as religion?

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Atheism requires as much faith as religion? bearvspuma : The only problem with this rationalization is that ita s assuming all athiests are so because theya re intelligent in the ways of science and reasoning and all people that believe in a form of god are unintelligent.

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<quoted text>To get to the other side?
That's why the chicken crossed the road

Trouble is it didn't make it. It's now a grease spot on the black top.
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<quoted text>Derp

I know that.

Anything useful to add?
Jimmy cracks corn. What else is there. LOL
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<quoted text>LMAO! I ain't seent that one!

Jedi mind meld?

BLASPHEMY!!!
Damn it Jim I'm a President not a metaphor expert.

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Damn it Jim I'm a President not a metaphor expert.
LOL
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Damn it Jim I'm a President not a metaphor expert.
Excuse me… Excuse me. I’d just like to ask a question… What does God need with a starship?
-James Kirk, Star Trek V: The Final Frontier

Please, Captain, not in front of the Klingons.
-Spock to Kirk, as Kirk is about to hug him, Star Trek V: The Final Frontier

Kirk: Spock, where the hell’s the power you promised?
Spock: One damn minute, Admiral.
-Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home

We have them just where they want us.
-Captain Kirk

Kirk: Come on. Spock, why didn't you jump in?
Spock: I was trying to comprehend the meaning of the words.
McCoy: It's a song, you green-blooded...Vulcan. You sing it. The words aren't important. What's important is that you have a good time singing it.
Spock: Oh, I am sorry, Doctor. Were we having a good time?
McCoy: God, I liked him better before he died.
-Star Trek V: The Final Frontier

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Leave bigotry in your quarters; there's no room for it on the bridge.
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"No more blah, blah, blah!
Kirk in 'Miri'

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Right, so now what? Do we take all the cultures of the world and find a happy medium?
I'd say no. We haev our own culture and our culture has defined what is male and female and what attributes each gender has or is "supposed to" have.
No, I see no necessity to get some kind of homogenized universal agreement on gender. That would never happen anyway, nor should it. My point is that it's important to remember that gender is very subjective. And how our own culture (American? West-coast specifically?) defines gender has changed a great deal and will continue to do so. You've often made comments about the roles you think men and women should have, though I don't know how facetious you were being.

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No, I see no necessity to get some kind of homogenized universal agreement on gender. That would never happen anyway, nor should it. My point is that it's important to remember that gender is very subjective. And how our own culture (American? West-coast specifically?) defines gender has changed a great deal and will continue to do so. You've often made comments about the roles you think men and women should have, though I don't know how facetious you were being.
Gender role models may have changed a little in San Fran, but y'all do shit weird up there. It's like a free-for-all.

Down here in SoCal, genders are quite different - as are the roles.

Homosexuals don't get to change what is considered male & female, wilder. And I see no reason why you'd want that or advocate it. Do you want a manly man or a womanly man? You don't want to answer, you just want a man.

Genders & gender roles don't work that way.
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Leave bigotry in your quarters; there's no room for it on the bridge.
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"No more blah, blah, blah!
Kirk in 'Miri'
Even vyger knew there was a creator.

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Gender role models may have changed a little in San Fran, but y'all do shit weird up there. It's like a free-for-all.
Down here in SoCal, genders are quite different - as are the roles.
Homosexuals don't get to change what is considered male & female, wilder. And I see no reason why you'd want that or advocate it. Do you want a manly man or a womanly man? You don't want to answer, you just want a man.
Genders & gender roles don't work that way.
I've pretty clearly stated that I'm not advocating anything in this regard, except perhaps that I want people to be able to honestly express who they are. If you feel more secure surrounding yourself with people who "act" a certain way, then feel free to do so. I don't want to live life on a stage with actors performing roles; I prefer reality. There seems to be a continuing theme with you where you are afraid that if people are allowed to vary from certain rigidly defined parameters, chaos will be the result. That is not necessarily true. In fact, if you allow people more leeway, I've found often that people are more relaxed and happier in general. But I can see why religion appeals to you that way. It tells you what to think, say, and do, and more importantly, gives you a platform for dictating to *others* what *they* can think, say, and do.

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Jimmy cracks corn. What else is there. LOL
I don't care?

Stupid corn.

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Even vyger knew there was a creator.
Dude!

It's "VGER"....
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Why did the Chechen cross the road?
Because the Russian soldiers were shooting at it.
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To get to the other side?

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I've pretty clearly stated that I'm not advocating anything in this regard, except perhaps that I want people to be able to honestly express who they are. If you feel more secure surrounding yourself with people who "act" a certain way, then feel free to do so. I don't want to live life on a stage with actors performing roles; I prefer reality. There seems to be a continuing theme with you where you are afraid that if people are allowed to vary from certain rigidly defined parameters, chaos will be the result. That is not necessarily true. In fact, if you allow people more leeway, I've found often that people are more relaxed and happier in general. But I can see why religion appeals to you that way. It tells you what to think, say, and do, and more importantly, gives you a platform for dictating to *others* what *they* can think, say, and do.
You've got me all wrong, man. I'm not even attempting to tell anyone how they should live. You're getting off track.

I agree with you that people should be able to feel free to express themselves as they see fit.

I do not agree that those people should try to change the way we define gender roles to help their expressive feelings.

If a man want to act & feel manly, so what?

I turn, if a man want to act & feel womanly, so what?

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I do not agree that those people should try to change the way we define gender roles to help their expressive feelings.
OK, I'm trying to figure this out. Who is the "we" who defines gender roles for others?
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<quoted text>I don't care?

Stupid corn.
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OK, I'm trying to figure this out. Who is the "we" who defines gender roles for others?
We, the public, the made, the hordes....

It's caused due to biological and physiological differences of men and women.

Now I'm no anti-gay or homophobe, but no matter how much the gays want to intermingle the genders, it's not gonna happen.
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RiversideRedneck wrote:
<quoted text>Dude!

It's "VGER"....
You know I was not sure so I googled it and found the first 3 all said Vyger.
I did think it was Vger also but didn't want to get ripped so I looked it up. Sometimes ya can't win. LOL

http://doesgodexist.multiply.com/notes/item/3...

http://m.ciao.co.uk/Star_Trek_The_Motion_Pict...

http://www.startrek.com/boards-topic/33332634...

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Not "the made" - "the masses"...

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RiversideRedneck wrote:
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We, the public, the made, the hordes....
It's caused due to biological and physiological differences of men and women.
Now I'm no anti-gay or homophobe, but no matter how much the gays want to intermingle the genders, it's not gonna happen.
Who said gay people want to intermingle genders? I've never heard that before.

Also, where do you get this idea that the public universally agrees on what is masculine or feminine? And what public are you talking about? The US? California? The world? Who?

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