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“Don't be so dichotomous.”

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#566040
Nov 26, 2012
 
I said "where" when I really meant "wear".

Where my black sack at?

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#566041
Nov 26, 2012
 
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Easier said than done, when the majority of kids spend a great deal of their time on the net. Yes if they are being bullied on Facebook or Youtube or wherever they can choose to not go there, but a child's curiosity will take them there anyway, even when the results are negative.
sssuuuurree! i can see that the 4th reich are using any excuse to take away freedoms of speech & all the dumb dumb lib hand-wringers are buying it hook, line & sinker.....
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#566042
Nov 26, 2012
 
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<quoted text>Quit posting porn.
You see what you want to see, I guess... even if it really isn't there.

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Nov 26, 2012
 
KittenKoder wrote:
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This is when you lose your mind on the topic. No, it does not, they just find a new target ... if you're lucky. Bullies are the way they are because of their parents, my father set me straight, that's what it took, and that's all it took ... a four hour lecture of why he was disappointed in my behavior.
I mean, the way you all are talking about bullies it's as if you know nothing about the psychology or reasoning for their behavior at all. You are applying excessively simplistic logic to all this, and it's so far off the mark it's no wonder bullies are still causing so many problems.
True, when it comes to some punk bully at a school I really don't think about (or care) his feelings or psychological problems. All I think about is MY sons upbringing and well being.

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Nov 26, 2012
 
waaasssuuup wrote:
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it ain't my fault that you'd rather have a one-eyed trouser snake shoved down your throat than some good old fashioned common sense....
Your Jesus is showing.

Well done.

Maybe you should pray.

“Michin yeoja”

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#566045
Nov 26, 2012
 
RiversideRedneck wrote:
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LMAO! What's that? A cyber punch to the cyber nose?
Gimme a break.
You've obviously never been a teen girl. They can be absolutely ruthless.

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#566046
Nov 26, 2012
 
waaasssuuup wrote:
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that's my dawg!
you gotta know that i come off as a playa only to tick off my adversaries who try to tell me what i can & can't do all the time, right?;)
I'm not going to talk-block anybody.

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#566047
Nov 26, 2012
 
G_O_D wrote:
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That wasn't what he wrote.
He was talking about Christians who claim the Bible is the word of God but make claims about God that is not supported by the Bible.
Got give him that one. I think that we all find that pretty offensive.
I know that's not exactly what he said, but he was talking about the world being under "grace law" as opposed to old testament law - one of the differences between the two being that god doesn't directly kill people now.

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#566048
Nov 26, 2012
 
waaasssuuup wrote:
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ssssooo in this humanist world-order, we only need be 'tolerant' of the opinions which resemble the collective?!
this is bigotry and fascism at the 4th reich level and should be frightening to you, even if you wish the freedom of speech for Christians were removed!
Who said I was a humanist? Who said I want the freedom of speech for christians removed?

WTF are you babbling about?

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Nov 26, 2012
 
Tide with Beach wrote:
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Pedophilia is more of a problem in cultures where there are many taboos and sexual repression. Due to the nature of American culture, we produce pedophiles and rapists. Repression breeds obsession. You need look no farther than the Catholic Priesthood to see that in action.
That is simply not true. The percentage of priests accused of rape is 1.8%. The average percentage of pedophiles in general population is 4%
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4%
http://www.registeredoffenderslist.org/what-i...

1.8
http://tinyurl.com/3xqcnq

Not to mention pedophiles seek out the church for two reasons. 1) Because being an adult not in an adult sexual relationship raises no red flags. and 2) It gives them better opportunities to abuse. Pedophiles are opportunistic abusers. It is why the number one profession with the highest number of pedophiles is teachers. It has nothing to do with repression. Someone is a pedophile long, long before adulthood. Science believes pedophiles are either born that way or abused into becoming that way for the vast majority of cases. In some cases there simply is no answer but that predilection is established well before an adult
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Children are vulnerable when they aren't well supervised. It doesn't matter if they are naked to a predator. They are looking for easy prey, not naked prey. They'll get them naked after they catch them, so that's not a big deal from their perspective.
But there is no way a culture where children think it is ok for a stranger to be naked around them would not aid a pedophiles efforts. Many pedophiles try to confuse their victim into being a "willing" participant.

There just is no reason for it. What possible good outweighs the potential dangers in your mind? Especially when wahtever good could be taught in other ways?
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#566050
Nov 26, 2012
 
Skombolis wrote:
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Your name doesn't rhyme if that is what you were going for genius!
And as for your claim, you really shouldn't just go around regurgitating anti-Christian indoctrination as itmakes you look silly. Especially when you couldn't be more wrong
Matthew 18:20
"Do not fear those who kill the body but are unable to kill the soul; but rather fear Him who is able to destroy both soul and body in hell
I get my name from a good song. Check it out...

Matthew says Gehenna, not hell. The word Hel/hell did not exist untill 700+ years after the bible was written. Facts are your enemy.

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#566051
Nov 26, 2012
 
Happy Lesbo wrote:
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.. they? Do you toss all gays and lesbians into one bushel? Call me all the names you want, won't bother me. Kinda use to it ..
.. protest? Isn't that the American way to institute change? Are you un-American ??..
.. don't want to get into the equal rights debate because we'll vehemently disagree, besides, this thread is not about homosexuality ..
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.. works for me ..
Fair 'nuff!

Queerio :)

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#566052
Nov 26, 2012
 
Edit Tide:

I realized I didn't finish my though on priests. The point is that if anything because pedophiles would seek out a church to hide in plain sight and have opportunities to abuse, it is surprising to me the numbers are not a lot higher. But we do have to balance it with what has been covered up. However at the same time this is charged, not convicted so it is pretty inclusive. Whether the percentage points might dip or be a little higher the bottom line is basically it is the same percentage as the population as a whole. Someone is a pedophile long before coming a priest. Just like they are a pedophile long before coming a teacher, who are at the highest rate of abuse.

For every scumbag molester priest, there are thousands who live good lives or try to at least as hard as most. The reason there is such a generalization about priests is because it is a big news item, especially because of the coverups. As it should be. But if someone picks up a paper and read a priest molested a kid 3-4 times in their entire life it is still human nature to think, man what is going on over there even though even more kids are being molested by teachers and psychiatrists and in the general population as a whole.

Being a priest does not make someone any more likely to be a pedophile. The systematic cover-ups unfortunately have led to a climate of abuse. A safer haven for pedophiles if you will but they were pedophiles before they got there. And if they weren't abusing there they would simply be trying to be abusing kids elsewhere.

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Nov 26, 2012
 
RiversideRedneck wrote:
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If they didn't care, they wouldn't get all huffy puffy when they're called names & made fun of. They wouldn't "protest" and ask for special rights.
What do you do when people call you names?

Name a special right that homosexuals are asking for?

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#566054
Nov 26, 2012
 
boooots wrote:
Your son could have also got sent to a reform school. You have badly advised your son. Yes, don't let someone kill you, if you can prevent it, but for gawd sakes don't make things worse by using violence against violence. Surely the actions of the USA in the last several decades has shown that on an adult level.
The kid who picked up that stone, needed to be reported to the authorities as that is not acceptable behavior; neither is your son hitting him with the same stone and breaking his nose. What if, as could have happened, your son had killed the kid? Would the law have said the bully deserved it?
In that case I would think if it went beyond those two kids and you, you should have been contacted by the authorities and even had Children's Services contact you as a possible case of the child being in a home not conducive to good parenting.
You think I'm a bad parent because I teach my sons to stand up for themselves? lol

If that rock had been one inch lower, it would've likely broken my sons nose. If it had been three inches lower, it might've popped a few of his teeth. Do you think the bully cared? Nope, he threw the rock at my sons face intentionally.

I was threatened with a lawsuit. I was contacted by CPS. But nothing ever came if it, except that the bully stopped bullying and he & my sin became pretty good friends. After that incident, all of a sudden the bullies friends became my sons friends. What do ya know.....

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#566055
Nov 26, 2012
 
Sorry if these double post. I had to go back pages on firefox to retrieve my posts as for some reason my last did not show up. Or showed up and then disappeared. Here they are again
Tide with Beach wrote:
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Pedophilia is more of a problem in cultures where there are many taboos and sexual repression. Due to the nature of American culture, we produce pedophiles and rapists. Repression breeds obsession. You need look no farther than the Catholic Priesthood to see that in action.
That is simply not true. The percentage of priests accused of rape is 1.8%. The average percentage of pedophiles in general population is 4%
Pedophile

4%
http://www.registeredoffenderslist.org/what-i...

1.8
http://tinyurl.com/3xqcnq

Not to mention pedophiles seek out the church for two reasons. 1) Because being an adult not in an adult sexual relationship raises no red flags. and 2) It gives them better opportunities to abuse. Pedophiles are opportunistic abusers. It is why the number one profession with the highest number of pedophiles is teachers. It has nothing to do with repression. Someone is a pedophile long, long before adulthood. Science believes pedophiles are either born that way or abused into becoming that way for the vast majority of cases. In some cases there simply is no answer but that predilection is established well before an adult
Tide with Beach wrote:
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Children are vulnerable when they aren't well supervised. It doesn't matter if they are naked to a predator. They are looking for easy prey, not naked prey. They'll get them naked after they catch them, so that's not a big deal from their perspective.
But there is no way a culture where children think it is ok for a stranger to be naked around them would not aid a pedophiles efforts. Many pedophiles try to confuse their victim into being a "willing" participant.

There just is no reason for it. What possible good outweighs the potential dangers in your mind? Especially when whatever good could be taught in other ways?

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Nov 26, 2012
 
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What will happen if one day one of your kids (if there are several), finds himself surrounded by ten other kids who have decided to repay him for that broken nose your son gave that bully.


Unlikely. Most bullies only have a few friends, not usually more than one or two. And they're not BFF's or anything. They hang with the bully because they themselves are weak. They look up to the bully. But as soon as the bully gets bullied... That's all she wrote.
You get a knock on the door and a cop is standing there, and looks rather uncomfortable. "Sir, would you mind if I step indoors for a few minutes. I need to talk with you and you might want to sit down first. I have the unpleasant duty of informing you that a boy, who carried ID indicating that he is your son, has been killed. When you have had a few moments to get yourself together, I am going to have to ask you to accompany me downtown to officially identity the body, as that is required by law. If we can help you in any other way, such as calling someone to come and talk with you, by all means say so."
Oh! You've convinced me! I'm gonna run right out & tell my kids to just go ahead and get beat up. Don't fight back. Do nothing but inform the authorities. Basically, be French....

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#566058
Nov 26, 2012
 
Catcher1 wrote:
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I take it you mean Catcher.
The rest of your post I will ignore.
never a cather!

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Nov 26, 2012
 
Tide with Beach wrote:
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I'm not going to talk-block anybody.
LMAO!!!

Good man, TwB... Good man.

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Nov 26, 2012
 
feces for jesus wrote:
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I get my name from a good song. Check it out...
Matthew says Gehenna, not hell. The word Hel/hell did not exist untill 700+ years after the bible was written. Facts are your enemy.
Actually there are three different terms for hell. Sheol, Hades, and Tartarus.

Hades is from the original Greek word Gehenna which is translated "hell" or "the fires of hell,

Facts are your enemy it would seem

You do understand how words are translated do you not?

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