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#595403
Jan 29, 2013
 
RiversideRedneck wrote:
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Well, does it say anywhere that the 72 virgins are female?
huh....
73 suicide bombers all locked in the same room

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karl44 wrote:
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RR is an uneducated bigot
his humor does not achieve sophomoric
Agreed- that's why I said "at best".....

He knows nothing about humor. How he defines humor is incredibly pedestrian.

As I know you know, actual humor encompasses wit, cleverness and astuteness- qualities that RR does not possess.

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scaritual wrote:
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You do know that Jefferson didn't prescribe to the notion that the Jesus was a "man-god", no?
"Jefferson's condensed composition is especially notable for its exclusion of all miracles by Jesus and most mentions of the supernatural, including sections of the four gospels which contain the Resurrection and most other miracles, and passages indicating Jesus was divine."
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jefferson_Bible
"Jefferson believed in the existence of a Supreme Being who was the creator and sustainer of the universe and the ultimate ground of being, but this was not the triune deity of orthodox Christianity. He also rejected the idea of the divinity of Christ(...)In correspondence, he sometimes expressed confidence that the whole country would be Unitarian, but he recognized the novelty of his own religious beliefs. On June 25, 1819, he wrote to Ezra Stiles Ely, "I am of a sect by myself, as far as I know."
http://www.monticello.org/site/research-and-c...
The book "Jefferson Lies" by David Barton which attempted to drag Jefferson into American christian lore was dropped by the Thomas Nelson (a conservative chrstian publishing house) after being described as "the least credible history book in print".

They get their fact checking ethics from their in depth examination of `biblical facts`.

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Jan 29, 2013
 
Victor Belmont wrote:
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That depends which hadiths ur referring to the ones in "nahj al balagha" yes, but there are many hadiths that can be doubted, contradicted in someways, wherefore not taken, Quran is 100% truth.
this is a good cop bad cop routine, when this fool is done, I will think christianity is moral (by comparison)

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MisterCharrington wrote:
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The book "Jefferson Lies" by David Barton which attempted to drag Jefferson into American christian lore was dropped by the Thomas Nelson (a conservative chrstian publishing house) after being described as "the least credible history book in print".
They get their fact checking ethics from their in depth examination of `biblical facts`.
Not only do so many Christians prove that they live their lives believing that ignorance is bliss, they make it that much worse by being proud of their ignorance.

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#595408
Jan 29, 2013
 
siehjin wrote:
the existence of the universe and everything in it is proof that God exists.
So's yer tost. I heard it said, an it's true I'm sure. Life git's tedjus don't it?

Ther's a mouse chaw'n on the pantry door
When he git's through he'll sure be sore...
Coz ther ain't a darned thing in ther.

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MisterCharrington wrote:
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you need the name of the author to refute his argument?
I wonder why? LOL
because he lacks the intellect to address anything with his mind, he looks up apologetic, but fails to attribute his theft.

Interestingly his apologetic is indistinguishable from that of christianity, proving that they are the same religion, the same vile god, and the same failed morality.

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Jan 29, 2013
 
RiversideRedneck wrote:
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1. I'm not catholic and could give a f_ck less what a pope has to say.
2. The crusades was a looooong time ago.
christianity has been a filthy religion for a looooong time

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Jan 29, 2013
 
Victor Belmont wrote:
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Its simple, so that I can refresh my memory about who he was, and how he was not able to use it as permanent proof.
you forgot the problem, but you have a prepared canned answer, how honest of you

you sir have neither intellect nor honor,

you god is a projection of your psyche, that is why your god is so vile.

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#595412
Jan 29, 2013
 
Al Garcia wrote:
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Mylan if I may ask you a personal question.
Do you believe that God exists?
you do your (usual) self a disservice with this question

what god?
which god?

rational skeptics evaluate

religitards believe

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RiversideRedneck wrote:
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Liar.
I never said that only races can be minorities.
You're a sick puppy.
And what was HILARIOUS in you claiming that homosexuals are not a minority is that you posted that right AFTER saying that homosexuals represent no more than 1% of the population.

And there were quite a few posts about what defines a minority and many definitions provided to you which proved you WRONG in reference to you having stated that only races can be minorities.

And this is NOT the first time you have claimed never having said something which you most definitely did say.

So, I'll give you the benefit of the doubt by saying again that you might be afflicted with the early onset of senility; if it's not that, then you are the one who is a LIAR and in a REALLY big way.

Pick your poison, RR.

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#595414
Jan 29, 2013
 
OCB wrote:
<quoted text>What difference does that make regarding being addicted to gambling?
I mean...is being addicted to ANYTHING a good thing?
I Know.

I been try'n ta give up all that easy money an such...but I jist can't seem ta break the habit o' smil'n when I looks at the balance line.
An all the snivel'n, cry'n and name call'n when ya sweeps all them chips in the cart ta head fer the cashier is downright depress'n too.

That's prolly why I has a few (free)drinks(an buy the whole table too) afore I git's ta end'n the lechery. Softens the blow, so ta speak.

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#595415
Jan 29, 2013
 
Victor Belmont wrote:
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yet I must repost this again..
A child becoming sick is also a test...You must be thankful to Allah
You are a person with no morals.

You are mentaly sick and should be kept, for your own good, and for the protection of society.

May allah grant that you are never given children.

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#595416
Jan 29, 2013
 
Clementia wrote:
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Yeh, but i bet u they weren't trained in the art of lovemaking! ;-)
Don't u know anything about the kamasutra? Never mind, u'll learn!:-p
redneck knows he is special to god

he has been touched

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#595417
Jan 29, 2013
 
karl44 wrote:
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you do your (usual) self a disservice with this question
what god?
which god?
rational skeptics evaluate
religitards believe
Thanks Karl.
it could be taken to mean "any" god if that is what someone is
taken to understand.
if Muslim then Allah, and so forth.
it's not a hard or tricky question.
Just a basic question is all.

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Black Thunder 42 wrote:
<quoted text> I Know.
I been try'n ta give up all that easy money an such...but I jist can't seem ta break the habit o' smil'n when I looks at the balance line.
An all the snivel'n, cry'n and name call'n when ya sweeps all them chips in the cart ta head fer the cashier is downright depress'n too.
That's prolly why I has a few (free)drinks(an buy the whole table too) afore I git's ta end'n the lechery. Softens the blow, so ta speak.
Enjoy riding the wave, BT.....but waves break apart and collapse- it's only a question of time.

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#595419
Jan 29, 2013
 
Black Thunder 42 wrote:
<quoted text> Nope. Too hard ta spell.
Lol I cheated, I used spell check.....

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OCB wrote:
<quoted text>Who is trying to re-write history? Who are these "people" you speak of in your delusional state of your self-inflicted persecution complex?
No, DUMMY- what is TRULY obvious is that at best, the founding fathers were ambivalent about their own personal religious beliefs, and at worst, claimed to believe one thing or another to pander to the budding nation at large.
Let me ask you this, you silly lemming: if the founding fathers were known to be atheists, would you be one?
If the founding fathers were known to be Jewish, would you have converted to Judaism?
Why does it matter to you SO much what the founding fathers did or did not believe? It's SO obvious you use that to influence what you believe.
What matters is the integrity & honesty of history. MOST of the founding fathers were religious men. Period.

I don't know who these "people" are, but if you do a search fur the religion ad the founding fathers, you get sites that "show" they weren't religious, when in fact they were.

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RiversideRedneck wrote:
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What's there to read about? A jihad is a holy war against non-believers.
You Muslims are still doing what Catholics did 800 years ago.
of course, it is an abrahamic religion

the same failed morality

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Jan 29, 2013
 
karl44 wrote:
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73 suicide bombers all locked in the same room
You're gonna convert now, huh?

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