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Aug 17, 2013
 
Imhotep wrote:
you're a real pal Imhotep... I live in New Smyrna Beach Fl

But Im a huge BAMA FAN

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Lamchop wrote:
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It sounds like most of the Christians here.
A little bit, huh?

I think it's fair to say, though, that most of the Christians here don't represent the typical American Christian.
Imhotep

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Red Apples wrote:
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And you would know this how?
Never mind, please don't answer that. Way to much information.
I can hear him snoring.
;)
Imhotep

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Aug 17, 2013
 
T-Town Clown wrote:
I'm reading a book about anti-gravity . I can't put it down .
I know what you mean!

I wrote a song, but I can't read music so I don't know what it is. Every once in a while I'll be listening to the radio and I say, "I think I might have written that."
Then someone asked me if I knew what time it was. I said, "Yes, but not right now."

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River Tam wrote:
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There are no Christians here.
you're here! you post about GOD more than most Christians do

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River Tam wrote:
You know what they say about guys with big hands and big feet...

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They gotta buy big gloves and big shoes.

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River Tam wrote:
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There are no Christians here.
Where?

“Michin yeoja”

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#573901
Aug 17, 2013
 
T-Town Clown wrote:
I'm reading a book about anti-gravity . I can't put it down .
You are kinda funny sometimes.

Can I squeeze your head...er nose?

“Don't be so dichotomous.”

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Aug 17, 2013
 

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River Tam wrote:
We're gonna need to get rid of Texas.
I'm open to ideas.
I know this isn't original, but how about a nice tall fence?

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T-Town Clown wrote:
<quoted text>you're here! you post about GOD more than most Christians do
I'm the only one here who's met God.

BTW. Global warming is a lie !!!
Imhotep

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T-Town Clown wrote:
<quoted text>you're a real pal Imhotep... I live in New Smyrna Beach Fl
But Im a huge BAMA FAN
We used to live in central Florida.
Moved to Amsterdam for a change, family there.

Been to Talledega?

Or Mobile?

USS Alabama battleship is in the bay.
Interesting tour and cheap!

“Don't be so dichotomous.”

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Aug 17, 2013
 

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Lamchop wrote:
Do they not have the right to commit suicide by being willfully ignorant ?
People die from their own stupidity all the time. They have that right.
It's unethical from every angle.

I can classify this as stupidity because of how I define stupidity, but the root cause is faith.

Faith is a mistake. It's a dangerous mistake.
Imhotep

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Tide with Beach wrote:
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I know this isn't original, but how about a nice tall fence?
Tide with Beach | 13 min ago
River Tam wrote:
We're gonna need to get rid of Texas.
I'm open to ideas.
I know this isn't original, but how about a nice tall fence?

It might work!

RICK PERRY:“TIME TO PASS MANTLE TO NEW GENERATION OF BONEHEADS”

SAN ANTONIO (The Borowitz Report)—Texas Gov. Rick Perry announced yesterday that he would not seek reëlection, telling supporters,“The time has come to pass the mantle of leadership to a new generation of boneheads.”

“I’ve had a good run,” he said.“But after twelve years, someone else who isn’t playing with a full deck should take a turn at the wheel.”

Reflecting on his twelve years as governor, Mr. Perry said that he had “no regrets” except for being incoherent the entire time.

Before leaving office, Gov. Perry said that he would propose three signature bills “just to let future Texans know how Rick Perry marked his territory.”

The first bill would require all voters in the state to have an I.D. with a photo of a white person; the second would force anyone filibustering an anti-abortion bill to ride a mechanical bull; and the third he could not remember.

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Tide with Beach wrote:
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It's unethical from every angle.
I can classify this as stupidity because of how I define stupidity, but the root cause is faith.
Faith is a mistake. It's a dangerous mistake.
Religious faith means maintaining belief no matter what, regardless of the evidence.

Secular faith means trust, hope, confidence: a possibly wrong but still reasonable conclusion, and a willingness to move forward based on that conclusion.
Imhotep

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Lamchop wrote:
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Funny
That guy is a bit homophobic, huh ?
I really don't know?

Homophobic people are strange.
And the western religions openly condemn gays.
That another thing I detest about religion - that it is poisonous to mankind.

Much ado about nothing.

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Hidingfromyou wrote:
Did you read what I wrote? I did not make the claim you are attributing to me.
Of course we all have the right to refuse medicine - it's a guaranteed right in the United Nations Declaration of Human Rights.(As an aside, this right is circumvented in the USA to foreign students attending its schools). If you read the article, and either you didn't or you're not fully aware of the Declaration, parents of children with HIV are also being pressured to stop their medications. In such cases, because children cannot make such decisions on their own or be denied treatment, these parents are committing crimes against their children. The State may be forced to become guardians of the children for their own safety.
My point was most certainly not that individuals cannot decide for themselves, but that faith based reasoning here fails, causes individual suffering and worldwide danger. If you are an HIV patient and you stop taking your antivirals, you are creating, because of natural selection, drug resistant HIV in your body. You will subsequently be "immune" to our HIV medicines and you will follow the pre-medicine path of HIV/AIDS patients. If such patients infect anyone else, they will share the faith created "immunity" to medicine.
I used to post, when I first arrived on Topix, that I thought indoctrinating children into a religion was child abuse. While I haven't changed my mind about that, I haven't brought it up in a long time either.

Instead of limiting that to children, I'd like to expand it to include anyone who doesn't have the ability to rationally evaluate claims. I can just call that unethical behavior instead of child abuse. If we had truth in advertising for religions, they could not survive. If people were trained in rational skepticism prior to adopting religious beliefs, religion could not survive. People have to be tricked, manipulated, lied to, and preyed upon when they are at their weakest, in order to adopt most religious beliefs.

It really doesn't take much looking to see how much damage these cons inflict on people. Pisses me off.

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Imhotep wrote:
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I really don't know?
Homophobic people are strange.
And the western religions openly condemn gays.
That another thing I detest about religion - that it is poisonous to mankind.
Much ado about nothing.
Ugh I'm so sick of hearing that.

You people are so negative.

“Michin yeoja”

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Aug 17, 2013
 
RiversideHick wrote:
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Ugh I'm so sick of hearing that.
You people are so negative.
Really?

Are you gay?
Dr shrink

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Aug 17, 2013
 
Tide with Beach wrote:
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It's unethical from every angle.
I can classify this as stupidity because of how I define stupidity, but the root cause is faith.
Faith is a mistake. It's a dangerous mistake.
true faith doesn't puch anyone to commit suicide,
only desperate and atheists or churchoidal pretenders commit self murder not having any light and hope before them .behind them,and left and right
those atheistic scums are worse from animals mostly die from Aids,alcohol drugs, end life in prisons, drugs or desperate solution kill yourselves and gone to the pit full of worthless s...
if you got not true FAITH IN GOD YOUR OWN MAKES-YOUR END IS SAME LIKE ALL THOSE WITHOUT OF FAITH AND GOD INSECTS OF THIS EARTH(CALLED HUMANS)

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Tide with Beach wrote:
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I used to post, when I first arrived on Topix, that I thought indoctrinating children into a religion was child abuse. While I haven't changed my mind about that, I haven't brought it up in a long time either.
Instead of limiting that to children, I'd like to expand it to include anyone who doesn't have the ability to rationally evaluate claims. I can just call that unethical behavior instead of child abuse. If we had truth in advertising for religions, they could not survive. If people were trained in rational skepticism prior to adopting religious beliefs, religion could not survive. People have to be tricked, manipulated, lied to, and preyed upon when they are at their weakest, in order to adopt most religious beliefs.
It really doesn't take much looking to see how much damage these cons inflict on people. Pisses me off.
That wasn't you who posted that, Tide.

It was a fellow by the name of Xdanox.

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