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Hopkinsville, KY

was he anonymouse?

Do you cling more to your beliefs more because, as you claim, existence would be purposeless otherwise? This is your sense of self-importance again, that arrogance we seem to get away with. We are invisible on a tiny speck of blue dust in a middle of sea of black larger than can be imagined, interspersed every now and again with stars, repeated more times than you could ever count if you were to live as many lives as stars you could count if you were standing on a mountaintop on a clear night - and that's inside a galaxy. Our sense of importance is idiotic. We are inconsequential, in what is likely the a relatively inactive corner of the universe, at best. Our lives mean nothing except what meaning we assign it, and that echoes into nothingness. It makes you feel incredibly small if you still separate yourself from it. The truth is, we are a part of it, and that makes me feel quite big. Carl Sagan said it best, “Look again at that dot. That's here. That's home. That's us. On it everyone you love, everyone you know, everyone you ever heard of, every human being who ever was, lived out their lives. The aggregate of our joy and suffering, thousands of confident religions, ideologies, and economic doctrines, every hunter and forager, every hero and coward, every creator and destroyer of civilization, every king and peasant, every young couple in love, every mother and father, hopeful child, inventor and explorer, every teacher of morals, every corrupt politician, every "superstar, " every "supreme leader," every saint and sinner in the history of our species lived there-on a mote of dust suspended in a sunbeam." "You are the universe experiencing itself." As humanity for now, for whatever else next, and whatever else before. You are literally nothing more than a collection of atoms dispersed when a star went supernova. It's beautiful, and it's the greatest story, in my opinion, ever told. I don't know what comes next, but I'm just going for the right, to enjoy life for the absolute gift from the cosmos that it is.  (Feb 22, 2014 | post #39)

Hopkinsville, KY

was he anonymouse?

rationale*  (Feb 22, 2014 | post #33)

Hopkinsville, KY

was he anonymouse?

That's your rational for believing things with no evidence, because the alternative doesn't let you live forever? Man, a basic understanding of the universe is a wonderful thing. This life is not the end, it's the end of you as you understand yourself, but matter cannot be destroyed, only changed. You will be consumed by flora and fauna, and you will change. Your atoms will go on to different things, just as the carbon atoms in your blood go on to different things when you breathe them in and out. Your identify as a self, as separate, but the reality is everything on this planet is all part of a bigger picture. It was Tyson that said, "we are all connected to each other biologically, to the earth chemically and to the rest of the universe atomically. That’s kinda cool! That makes me smile and I actually feel quite large at the end of that. It’s not that we are better than the universe, we are part of the universe. We are in the universe and the universe is in us.” This is not the end, it's just the end of your ego.  (Feb 22, 2014 | post #32)

Hopkinsville, KY

was he anonymouse?

Lots of Christian love in this thread. Jesus and your mothers sure would be proud.  (Feb 22, 2014 | post #17)

Hopkinsville, KY

Are alternative lifestyles a sin?

"Ruff! Ruff! Look at me! Pay attention to me! Aren't I clever?!" You're embarrassing yourself. Speaking of parents, is this the way your mother raised you? Yikes.  (Feb 18, 2014 | post #33)

Hopkinsville, KY

Are alternative lifestyles a sin?

You may as well be barking.  (Feb 18, 2014 | post #31)

Hopkinsville, KY

Are alternative lifestyles a sin?

Proclaiming it the truth doesn't make it so, you don't get to make that decision, no matter how hard you wish it. Of course, I would expect no less from someone who declares internet victory or losses. You don't care about the truth, you want to feel like you won something. Bad news on that end, too, your post was thoroughly ridiculous, based entirely on (someone else's) opinion and interpretation of the Bible. No facts, no evidence, just a post copied and pasted from an ultra conservative website which says the equivalent of, "If you point out stupidity in the Bible, you're going to hell." What a nonsensical crock of shit. A faith so pure, a book handed down by the hand of the divine, should not require even this worthless defense. Welcome back to the Bronze Age.  (Feb 18, 2014 | post #29)

Hopkinsville, KY

Are alternative lifestyles a sin?

Yes, responding to days old material whose authors likely aren't even paying attention any longer was the smart decision. Thanks for your Christian love! Lmfao.  (Feb 18, 2014 | post #26)

Hopkinsville, KY

Are alternative lifestyles a sin?

You're angry for nothing, no one is even discussing the bullshit in Leviticus.  (Feb 17, 2014 | post #21)

Hopkinsville, KY

Are alternative lifestyles a sin?

This is fun. What am I misunderstanding? Please, inform me, I'm curious. Every time the Bible is discussed, inevitably it becomes, "The Bible wasn't serious here. You don't understand it." Or something like that. But it's never explained. Why is the Bible not more clear? If it is God's word, and God is omnipotent, why did he make an imperfect work, so impossible to understand, full of lies and hypocrisies? More importantly, why does it not align with history? The Egyptians, who left behind so much for us to study, did not record one single iota of Israelites leaving, or their suffering such a huge hit to their economy, in a time when it was at its strongest. Why did the Israelites conquer kingdoms that did not exist at the time, or bring down the walls of cities without them? I'll tell you why, because, like the apocalypse in it, the Bible is outdated. The KJV was done in the 17th century, translated from texts that no longer exist, translated to ensure conformity with the Church of England. So worry not, even if the compilation of stories that is the Bible were true, you're not worshiping from that Bible. Almost everything about the religion has been lost to history, except the superstition.  (Feb 17, 2014 | post #20)

Hopkinsville, KY

Are alternative lifestyles a sin?

Matthew 5:17 - Jesus allegedly says, "Think not that I am come to destroy the law, or the prophets: I am not come to destroy, but to fulfil" You say the laws of the Old Testament were meant for the Israelites, not anyone else - but Jesus says otherwise in the New Testament. Face it, the "Old Testament wasn't meant for us!" is an excuse to eat pork and wear polyester blends. But no worries, even if you cherry pick your parts of the Bible, the New Testament is almost as full of crazy shit for you to fail to obey. "You should not use outward aids to make yourselves beautiful, such as the way you fix your hair, or the jewelry you put on, or the dresses you wear." 1st Peter 3:3. Women, if you go to church, best not have no jewelry, fixed up hair or a fancy dress, because that's gone getcha some time in the Hell. But what about those seeking to do 'good' by bringing prayer into schools so that atheists can't win and cause AIDs or whatever? Nope. Matthew 6:6: When you pray, go to your room, shut the door, and pray to your Father … in that secret place. Prayer in schools is not only condemned by our Constitution, but it'll earn you a one way trip to HELL, SINNER. All yo' kids goin' to hell, best quit all that damn prayin fo Satan getcha. And just a whole bunch of other things I don't want to type away right yet - but - the good news is, you don't have to worry about going the Biblical apocalypse, time already ran out. Turn with me in your bibles to Mark, Chapter 13: Chapter 13 is some stuff. It details the end of the world and how it will happen. Stars falling, sun darkening, brother against brother, sons against parents, false prophets running around everywhere. Scary stuff. Except, according to Jesus in verse 30, all of these things were supposed to happen in that generation. So no worries - you missed the date. It happened a couple thousands years before you were born. Recycle your bible, quit giving to the church and give to a school or to a hospital instead. There is so much good that could be done, so many great things that could be accomplished if not for your funding an obsolete superstition. Tax exemptions to religious organizations alone are worth $71 BILLION. That doesn't even include the millions that give their 10% or whatever as the offering plate is passed around. For the sake of your children, yourself, all of us, do not let your parents indoctrination of their parent's superstition rule your life.  (Feb 17, 2014 | post #15)

Hopkinsville, KY

Ky new era

That's a lot of grasping at straws. I believe his working with the New Era is in an effort to boost their ad dollars or maybe help increase their subscriber base. Just a week or so ago there was a front page story about another guy announcing for mayor, so where is this unfair, unethical stuff you're talking about coming from? Your rant sounds good if you remove yourself from the situation, but given facts and context it doesn't make any sense. Now if the paper writes a column asking you to vote for him and refuses to cover other mayoral candidates, you'd have a point.  (Jan 14, 2014 | post #19)

Hopkinsville, KY

Ky new era

Well yeah but she's also the opinion chief. That doesn't have anything to do with the news.  (Jan 13, 2014 | post #11)

Hopkinsville, KY

Ky new era

Someone works for one of the radio stations, lol.  (Jan 13, 2014 | post #3)

Hopkinsville, KY

HPD happy to give out Christmas traffic tickets

I get the 'Well don't do it if you don't want a ticket' argument, but they've gone forever without enforcing this rule and all of a sudden they go from nothing to a crackdown? We couldn't have gotten a warning or a PSA somewhere first? A lot of people don't even know it's illegal.  (Dec 27, 2013 | post #11)