“Wear white at night.”

Since: Jun 09

Albuquerque

#22 May 4, 2012
Guitarpima wrote:
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Is this what you believe? Is this your core values?
I think he's a Catholic with strong sola scriptura fundamentalist inclinations.

Anyway, who cares about video games in heaven when there are going to strippers cold beer in hell.
Idi O Syncrasy

Farmington, CA

#23 May 8, 2012
Guitarpima wrote:
<quoted text>
Is this what you believe? Is this your core values?
Yes on both counts. It is part of my core values.

I would have responded to your post earlier but I spent the last four days in the fields tilling and planting crops.
Idi O Syncrasy

Farmington, CA

#24 May 8, 2012
15th Dalai Lama wrote:
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I think he's a Catholic with strong sola scriptura fundamentalist inclinations.
Anyway, who cares about video games in heaven when there are going to strippers cold beer in hell.
Fundie would be an overly exuberant supposition, but otherwise you have pretty much banged the proverbial 16 penny sinker on the striking surface.
Maybe the label 'fundie' is like 'tall'.
It all depends on the perspective of the observer.

As far as beer concessions, Jesus' first miracle was turning water into wine.
Cold Beer isn't a far departure from the same ingredients or end result.
Quaffing a cold Newcastle Ale with "The Big Guy" may not be too far fetched of an idea.

For man does not live by bread alone.

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#25 May 8, 2012
Anyone who does not believe Jesus was a socialist does not know Jesus.

Since: May 11

Marietta, GA

#26 May 8, 2012
Idi O Syncrasy wrote:
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Yes on both counts. It is part of my core values.
I would have responded to your post earlier but I spent the last four days in the fields tilling and planting crops.
Hi Idi O Syncrasy,

You are indeed blessed to be able to till and plant crops!

I tried but the cement keeps breaking my tilling machine.... hmmm???
Idi O Syncrasy

Farmington, CA

#27 May 8, 2012
Guitarpima wrote:
Anyone who does not believe Jesus was a socialist does not know Jesus.
Projecting your philosophy on somebody else does not make it true.

Hard facts and authoritative examples are your burden of proof.
Anything less is just your delusional imagination and wishful thinking.

Jesus preached; "To each according to their ability and from each according to their charity".

Marx preached; "From each according to their ability and to each according to their need."

Two very different philosophies, the former divine and the latter defective.
Of course, Marx was an abject failure while Jesus is an eternal success.
Jesus is successful beyind mmankinds expecations.

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#28 May 9, 2012
Facts? Read the new testament. Read past the bs and realize what is going on. Read other books of the period but not books of the period the bible was written but books of the period when Jesus was alive.

Charity? Need? The ends are the same mean. In a socialist society it would not be needed. Everyone would work. Those who cannot because of some reason or another (disabled people or sorts but not all NEED constant care).

It would appear that your view would be to line up those physicly unable to work and shoot them. They're just a bunch of lazy butts so be gone with them right?

You are such a sad individual. No more mr. buttbarf.
Idi O Syncrasy

Farmington, CA

#29 May 10, 2012
Guitarpima wrote:
Facts? Read the new testament. Read past the bs and realize what is going on. Read other books of the period but not books of the period the bible was written but books of the period when Jesus was alive.
Charity? Need? The ends are the same mean. In a socialist society it would not be needed. Everyone would work. Those who cannot because of some reason or another (disabled people or sorts but not all NEED constant care).
It would appear that your view would be to line up those physicly unable to work and shoot them. They're just a bunch of lazy butts so be gone with them right?
You are such a sad individual. No more mr. buttbarf.
The difference between our ideologies is that mine is developed from knowledge and experience.
Yours isn't.

In the beginning God entrusted the earth and its resources to the common stewardship of mankind to take care of them, master them by labor, and enjoy their fruits.
The goods of creation are destined for the whole human race. However, the earth is divided up among men to assure the security of their lives, endangered by poverty and threatened by violence. The appropriation of property is legitimate for guaranteeing the freedom and dignity of persons and for helping each of them to meet his basic needs and the needs of those in his charge.
It should allow for a natural solidarity to develop between men.

The right to private property, acquired or received in a just way, does not do away with the original gift of the earth to the whole of mankind.
The universal destination of goods remains primordial, even if the promotion of the common good requires respect for the right to private property and its exercise.

In his use of things man should regard the external goods he legitimately owns not merely as exclusive to himself but common to others also, in the sense that they can benefit others as well as himself.
The ownership of any property makes its holder a steward of Providence, with the task of making it fruitful and communicating its benefits to others, first of all his family.

Goods of production—material or immaterial—such as land, factories, practical or artistic skills, oblige their possessors to employ them in ways that will benefit the greatest number. Those who hold goods for use and consumption should use them with moderation, reserving the better part for guests, for the sick and the poor.

In economic matters, respect for human dignity requires the practice of the virtue of temperance, so as to moderate attachment to this world's goods; the practice of the virtue of justice, to preserve our neighbor's rights and render him what is his due; and the practice of solidarity, in accordance with the golden rule and in keeping with the generosity of the Lord, who "though he was rich, yet for your sake ... became poor so that by his poverty, you might become rich."
(2Cor.8:9)

Society as a whole must have respect for the goods of others, private property rights protected.

The seventh commandment forbids theft, that is, usurping another's property against the reasonable will of the owner.
There is no theft if consent can be presumed or if refusal is contrary to reason and the universal destination of goods. This is the case in obvious and urgent necessity when the only way to provide for immediate, essential needs (food, shelter, clothing ...) is to put at one's disposal and use the property of others.

Even if it does not contradict the provisions of civil law, any form of unjustly taking and keeping the property of others is against the seventh commandment: thus, deliberate retention of goods lent or of objects lost; business fraud; paying unjust wages; forcing up prices by taking advantage of the ignorance or hardship of another.

St. John Chrysostom wrote:
"Not to enable the poor to share in our goods is to steal from them and deprive them of life. The goods we possess are not ours, but theirs."

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#30 May 13, 2012
Welcome to the Socialist party!

Since: Jun 10

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#31 May 13, 2012
Guitarpima wrote:
Welcome to the Socialist party!
It is just another ideology that doesn’t work due to the ignorance about true human nature and the manipulations of the few in power.

Since: Oct 08

Wellington

#32 May 23, 2012
"There's gifts for all the family
There's toiletries and drains
There's Sony Walkman headphone sets
And the latest video games!"

Monty Python. That's REAL scripture, that is.
Idi O Syncrasy

Farmington, CA

#33 May 24, 2012
Lucan wrote:
"There's gifts for all the family
There's toiletries and drains
There's Sony Walkman headphone sets
And the latest video games!"
Monty Python. That's REAL scripture, that is.
What??.......No Lupines?
Where's the SPAM!?!

Since: Jan 10

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#34 May 24, 2012
Mr Ironhart wrote:
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It is just another ideology that doesn’t work due to the ignorance about true human nature and the manipulations of the few in power.
It's interesting that you think Jesus was ignorant. If you read any of my posts you would see, I understand human nature very well. I just have faith that humanity will evolve past your archaic attitude that is the stagnation of humanity. Your belief that torcher, concentration camp, murder, corruption, waste, malevolence, bigotry, and all other kinds of dispicable beharior all for the profit of the few will fade. Hopefully soon.

No longer will the many be responsible for the misdeeds of the few. People will not tolerate the behavior you admire anymore. The riots in Greece and elsewhere will only get worse and prevalant everywhere as long as the people you admire continue their misdeeds. So stop admiring all the malevolence of the banter you profess. Especially since you'll never get into that club. That makes you EVEN MORE stupid.

Wake up idiotsyncropsy.

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#35 May 24, 2012
Mr Ironhart wrote:
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It is just another ideology that doesn’t work due to the ignorance about true human nature and the manipulations of the few in power.
The previous post was meant for idiotsyncropsy.
Sad but true. Worse yet, our leaders are bought and paid for.

Since: Jun 10

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#36 May 24, 2012
Guitarpima wrote:
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The previous post was meant for idiotsyncropsy.
Sad but true. Worse yet, our leaders are bought and paid for.
That’s ok my friend, I immediately felt that you were talking to somebody else than me!

I have been trying to understand the true nature of humans for quite some time, and I am not too optimistic about our future.
We are an unfinished species, not yet ready for the world that we are living in, and our leaders are at the bottom line just like everybody else.

But there is a hope; we have the knowledge and we just have to unite and cooperate for the best solutions.

Some interesting philosophies and theories to be studied here;

http://plato.stanford.edu/entries/game-evolut...
Idi O Syncrasy

Farmington, CA

#37 May 25, 2012
Guitarpima wrote:
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The previous post was meant for idiotsyncropsy.
Sad but true. Worse yet, our leaders are bought and paid for.
Gupi, You're so funny you're ludicrous.

In post 34 you boast;
"If you read any of my posts you would see, I understand human nature very well."

But you don't even know who you're posting to??? ROTFLOL!!
You're a clueless looney-tune buffoon.

I bet you restring your guitar one string at a time so you don't get the fat strings confused with the skinny strings.

Since: Jan 10

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#38 May 25, 2012
Mr Ironhart wrote:
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That’s ok my friend, I immediately felt that you were talking to somebody else than me!
I have been trying to understand the true nature of humans for quite some time, and I am not too optimistic about our future.
We are an unfinished species, not yet ready for the world that we are living in, and our leaders are at the bottom line just like everybody else.
But there is a hope; we have the knowledge and we just have to unite and cooperate for the best solutions.
Some interesting philosophies and theories to be studied here;
http://plato.stanford.edu/entries/game-evolut...
We have the resouces so everyone can benefit but not the wisdom. The people protesting the wrongs give me hope. It's sad that some people think that profit is more important and humanity. We may get there.

Since: Jan 10

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#39 May 25, 2012
Idi O Syncrasy wrote:
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Gupi, You're so funny you're ludicrous.
In post 34 you boast;
"If you read any of my posts you would see, I understand human nature very well."
But you don't even know who you're posting to??? ROTFLOL!!
You're a clueless looney-tune buffoon.
I bet you restring your guitar one string at a time so you don't get the fat strings confused with the skinny strings.
Thank you for proving my point. FYI, I'm almost blind and STILL, would bitchslap you for your remarks. Thank the imaginary god for two things. 1. The internet is so impersonal which allows morons like you to feel like they have some say. 2. See number 1.

Hardy har har har. Your so funny it's.... sad.

Since: Jun 10

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#40 May 25, 2012
Guitarpima wrote:
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We have the resouces so everyone can benefit but not the wisdom. The people protesting the wrongs give me hope. It's sad that some people think that profit is more important and humanity. We may get there.
There is one “religion” that rules this world at this time, and its name is “exponential growth”.
It is a sort of pyramid scheme where everybody will attempt to climb to the top, those who are “winning” are taking their entire share from everybody else and they are ignorant about the fact that a pyramid is a limited construction; it will never reach into “heaven”, the end of the game is collapse.
A world in balance where people are not being hawk over hawk, not always attempting to steal from one another and the whole community as well, is the only sustainable road ahead into the future.
We need a whole new kind of economic system and we need to reduce the population growth to zero or slightly below.

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#41 May 26, 2012
For illustrating what I just said;

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