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#152 Dec 12 2011 at 10:36 PM Rating: Excellent
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This threads got me all hot n' bothered. Kelvy If I put on an alter boy costume will you be my priest?
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#153 Dec 12 2011 at 10:45 PM Rating: Default
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Your stark hypocrisy is so blinding that you have blinded yourself with it.

You stated that if a person is emotionally affected by circumstances that they are "immature" and this immaturity is what defines what is right and what is wrong; and yet you also declare that if someone blocks out circumstances that emotionally affected them that they are emotionally impotent; the whole time hopping back and forth from one side of the fence to the other to support whichever way you so choose to spin it for the simple purpose of self-justification of any actions that you do.
I am not claiming that you or your life-style is one thing or another because I do not know you; but if everybody lived their lives by that hypocritical psychobabble society would absolutely cease to function..
It's is a blatant fallacy of thinking and yes; I certainly admit that your way; your hypocritical double-talk has been the norm and is spreading exponentially; and I will reject it until the day that I die..
and on that that day that me and people like me are gone; people like you will no doubt let out a deafening shout of joy as the paper-thin raft of a society that you have been floating on finally collapses and you sink into the murky depths of your own blindness.

Wake the fuck up.


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It smells a bit time cube in here today

As an addendum: you couldn't @#%^ing use a semicolon properly to save your life. It's worse than the gbaji ellipsis.


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#155 Dec 12 2011 at 11:01 PM Rating: Excellent
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To be emotionally affected by circumstances doesn't make you immature. The fact that you weren't able to face the truth that you were a slave to the high you experienced by being in the dominant role of a damaging relationship does.

It's no different from any other kind of sexual interaction. If you can't talk to your partner or be honest to yourself then you aren't mature enough to be having *** in the first place. That doesn't make *** damaging, it means that you aren't ready for it.

I also like your fast and loose definition of the word "blatant."
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#156 Dec 13 2011 at 5:24 AM Rating: Excellent
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pssstt... guys... he's a troll.
#157 Dec 13 2011 at 6:13 AM Rating: Good
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I'm still annoyed by this buddhism thing, to be honest.
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#158 Dec 13 2011 at 6:38 AM Rating: Good
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Please... go on.

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By the way, how do you use a semicolon properly in English? What about a comma for that matter? There doesn't seem to be a system for it.
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I'm still annoyed by this buddhism thing, to be honest.


Annoyance is but the first step, grasshopper.


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By the way, how do you use a semicolon properly in English? What about a comma for that matter? There doesn't seem to be a system for it.



Here you go.
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Please... go on.

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By the way, how do you use a semicolon properly in English? What about a comma for that matter? There doesn't seem to be a system for it.


Simply put, you can use a semi-colon where you would otherwise use a full stop, so long as the two sentences are closely connected. It can also be used to seperate different items on a list.

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Kavekk wrote:
I'm still annoyed by this buddhism thing, to be honest.


Annoyance is but the first step, grasshopper.


If the Buddha is flax, and the ignorant a grasshopper, does not ignorance devour wisdom?

Alternate, less pretentious answer: Is the second step murder?
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Kavekk wrote:
I'm still annoyed by this buddhism thing, to be honest.

Annoying how?
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#164 Dec 13 2011 at 7:33 AM Rating: Excellent
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I'm still annoyed by this buddhism thing, to be honest.

Annoying how?


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#165 Dec 13 2011 at 7:37 AM Rating: Good
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Kavekk wrote:
I'm still annoyed by this buddhism thing, to be honest.

Annoying how?


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The path to enlightenment does not go through Firefox, apparently. Smiley: laugh


It's a really, really old site - but kind of fun.

Edit - it's working ok in chrome.

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I don't understand the connection between *** and pain, but meh, that's me - lol, totally 'vanilla' I guess (though I prefer chocolate).


That's fine too (and I'm largely vanilla as well).

Thanks for your approval sunshine.

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pssstt... guys... he's a troll.
His fake Christianity is at least more entertaining than varus'.
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#168 Dec 13 2011 at 10:19 AM Rating: Good
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Samira wrote:
Mazra wrote:


By the way, how do you use a semicolon properly in English? What about a comma for that matter? There doesn't seem to be a system for it.



Here you go.


Thanks ♥

I'm pleased to see, that the system is similar, to the one we use.

Wait, that looks wrong. Tell me that is not how, you do it. This is how, we do it, but it just looks wrong in English. Oh, I see now that you only use our system when there's a keyword in the sentence. That complicates things.

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Thankfully no. That's awful--reading it is forcing me to pause at each comma.
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#170 Dec 13 2011 at 10:53 AM Rating: Good
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Yeah. We don't pause at all the commas, they're just there for effect and grammatical reasons.

Searching a bit on the web, I found out that you guys use "logical-semantic" punctuation while we use grammatical (plus logical-semantic).
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#172 Dec 13 2011 at 1:05 PM Rating: Excellent
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I am really in love with this thread. I just want to tie it up in a bow and spank the **** out of it.
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I am really in love with this thread. I just want to tie it up in a bow and spank the sh*t out of it.
If that's truly the case, I'm sorry to tell you that you have some severe mental and emotional deficiencies, my dear. Smiley: frown
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Commas, are, what, make! WilliamShatnerawe, some.




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#175Kelvyquayo, Posted: Dec 13 2011 at 9:38 PM, Rating: Sub-Default, (Expand Post) fake Christianity? I got news for you. The fake Christians are the ones that are afraid to talk about it; and the verses that Bijou quoted were totally out of context and I pray that he puts a little more thought into the meaning of those scriptures before he attacks another Christian with them.. and I pray he review Matthew 12:30 Whoever is not with me is against me, and whoever does not gather with me scatters.
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The fake Christians are the ones that are afraid to talk about it;
Sure sure, keep saying it. Very convincing wink wink.
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#177 Dec 14 2011 at 3:09 AM Rating: Excellent
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because you have no reasonable arguments against what I am saying.


It's an exercise in futility to use reason to argue against what is unreasonable.
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It's an exercise in futility to use reason to argue against what is unreasonable.


Confucius says: "He who chase car will get exhausted."
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His fake Christianity is at least more entertaining than varus'.

fake Christianity? I got news for you. The fake Christians are the ones that are afraid to talk about it; and the verses that Bijou quoted were totally out of context and I pray that he puts a little more thought into the meaning of those scriptures before he attacks another Christian with them.. and I pray he review Matthew 12:30 Whoever is not with me is against me, and whoever does not gather with me scatters.

Then again, I'm not the one that brought up religion here; you guys did, because you have no reasonable arguments against what I am saying.
I continue to find it confusing that the people who claim to be "real" Christians seem to have completely forgotten about the points mentioned by Bijou, or have somehow added exclusions to those points so they can go and hate everyone who isn't on the exact same side as them. What happens that makes your focus go from love thy neighbor to whoever is not with me is against me? Do you get so insecure in your beliefs that anyone who disagrees has to be evil or is it some misguided attempt at converting all the poor souls who haven't yet found your only true way?
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#180 Dec 14 2011 at 7:32 AM Rating: Good
Don't you all remember that speech where Jesus who said that anyone who didn't believe in his divinity is evil and would spend eternity screaming in agony? Well, shit, I can't seem to find it.

I could find something from a great Christian theologist and author:

C.S. Lewis wrote:
‘Lord, is it then true… that thou and Tash are one?’ The Lion growled so that the earth shook and said, ‘It is false. Not because he and I are one, but because we are opposites.

For I and he are of such different kinds that no service which is vile can be done to me, and none which is not vile can be done to him. Therefore, if any man swear by Tash and keep his oath for the oath’s sake, it is by me that he has truly sworn, and it is I who reward him. And if any man do a cruelty in my name, then it is Tash whom he serves and by Tash his deed is accepted. Dost thou understand, Child?’ I said, ‘Lord, thou knowest how much I understand.’


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#181 Dec 14 2011 at 7:52 AM Rating: Excellent
From my perspective, fundamentally a Christian's role is to be Jesus to people. The only understanding I can get from reading the new testament seems to be that I should then focus on helping people and not condemning them. It's about showing love.


Edited, Dec 14th 2011 7:53am by Xsarus
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#182 Dec 14 2011 at 7:58 AM Rating: Good
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I continue to find it confusing that the people who claim to be "real" Christians seem to have completely forgotten about the points mentioned by Bijou, or have somehow added exclusions to those points so they can go and hate everyone who isn't on the exact same side as them. What happens that makes your focus go from love thy neighbor to whoever is not with me is against me? Do you get so insecure in your beliefs that anyone who disagrees has to be evil or is it some misguided attempt at converting all the poor souls who haven't yet found your only true way?


Religious believers tend to interpret their religion literally when often a religion is supposed to be interpreted figuratively.
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I'll surely admit that we see things differently in the role that emotions take in a relationship; but at this point you are the one that is clearly trolling here and judging a person because they do not have this 'pristine' view of relationships that you have; in which everything is clean and proper and predictable.


You're free to have whatever viewpoint you want. But if you are going to be a judgmental tool and try to force it on the rest of us then yes, I'm going to judge you.
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#184 Dec 14 2011 at 8:32 AM Rating: Excellent
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I continue to find it confusing that the people who claim to be "real" Christians seem to have completely forgotten about the points mentioned by Bijou
Yeah, some do that; sadly.

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From my perspective, fundamentally a Christian's role is to be Jesus to people. The only understanding I can get from reading the new testament seems to be that I should then focus on helping people and not condemning them. It's about showing love.
Yes. I was gonna add something else, but.....yes.

His Excellency Aethien wrote:
added exclusion
Jesus didn't exclude anybody, so...yes.


At the risk of annoyoing folk:

"And when Jesus heard it, he said to them, “Those who are well have no need of a physician, but those who are sick. I came not to call the righteous, but sinners.'"


If you feel a need for redemption, call on Him. If ya don't. don't.

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If you feel a need for redemption, call on Him. If ya don't. don't.

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But we're dirty lazy liberals. If God's gonna give us free redemption why would we not sin at will?




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#187 Dec 14 2011 at 8:55 AM Rating: Excellent
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If you feel a need for redemption, call on Him. If ya don't. don't.

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But we're dirty lazy liberals. If God's gonna give us free redemption why would we not sin at will?


Hey, girl; I sin, too.

Redemption isn't free. Ya got to give stuff up.

pimpin' Christianity ain't easy.
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Sir Xsarus wrote:
From my perspective, fundamentally a Christian's role is to be Jesus to people. The only understanding I can get from reading the new testament seems to be that I should then focus on helping people and not condemning them. It's about showing love.


Edited, Dec 14th 2011 7:53am by Xsarus
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From my perspective, fundamentally a Christian's role is to be Jesus to people. The only understanding I can get from reading the new testament seems to be that I should then focus on helping people and not condemning them. It's about showing love.
No way that many people are doing it wrong for your perspective to be the right one. Change it.
No, it just means that all those people aren't using Critical Thinking.
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That's what confession is for. I can do whatever I want and all I have to do is tell some olde dude in a box the sordid details, and a few Hail Marys afterwards I'm good to go.


That's not the point.

"By their fruits, they shall be known,"

If they don't act like a Christian, they ain't.



I'm not perfect, but, I make the effort to try.

Really, despite my posts here; I try.Smiley: smile
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That's what confession is for. I can do whatever I want and all I have to do is tell some olde dude in a box the sordid details, and a few Hail Marys afterwards I'm good to go.


That's not the point.

"By their fruits, they shall be known,"

If they don't act like a Christian, they ain't.



I'm not perfect, but, I make the effort to try.

Really, despite my posts here; I try.Smiley: smile

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I continue to find it confusing that the people who claim to be "real" Christians seem to have completely forgotten about the points mentioned by Bijou, or have somehow added exclusions to those points so they can go and hate everyone who isn't on the exact same side as them. What happens that makes your focus go from love thy neighbor to whoever is not with me is against me? Do you get so insecure in your beliefs that anyone who disagrees has to be evil or is it some misguided attempt at converting all the poor souls who haven't yet found your only true way?


Religious believers tend to alternately interpret their religion literally and figuratively whenever each one suits their purposes.
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Mazra wrote:
His Excellency Aethien wrote:
I continue to find it confusing that the people who claim to be "real" Christians seem to have completely forgotten about the points mentioned by Bijou, or have somehow added exclusions to those points so they can go and hate everyone who isn't on the exact same side as them. What happens that makes your focus go from love thy neighbor to whoever is not with me is against me? Do you get so insecure in your beliefs that anyone who disagrees has to be evil or is it some misguided attempt at converting all the poor souls who haven't yet found your only true way?


Religious believers tend to alternately interpret their religion literally and figuratively whenever each one suits their purposes.

I don't think that's unique to religious believers. Many (most, all?) will interpret or tilt our beliefs/data/sources to make our point or suit our purpose.
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#198Kelvyquayo, Posted: Dec 14 2011 at 3:22 PM, Rating: Sub-Default, (Expand Post) Pointing out that someone has a problem is not a display of lacking Love.
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I don't want to derail this thread but....
Delva, what are the sordid details? Any progress in your dilema?
And were are the pics goddammit!
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If I have to throw myself under the bus... I would gladly do it
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If I have to throw myself under the bus... I would gladly do it
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