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#102853 - dehumanizer (1 hour ago) [-]
www.newsweek.com/hacker-group-anonymous-threaten-israel-electronic-holocaust-317729

OYYYYYYY VEYYY ANAUDA SHOAH

JIDF OF THIS BROAD, WHAT DO YOU THINK?
User avatar #102859 to #102853 - unforgivenfive ONLINE (1 hour ago) [-]
I all for anonymous(not the shitheads who say they're in the group there are only like 11 or so original members that do all the hacking) they've hacked the gov't, west boro baptist church ,the scientologists. but some cases they get wrong.

IMO this is one of those cases. I also agree with holyfool about IDF's security. that shit is tighter than a virgins asshole
#102867 to #102859 - holyfool (1 hour ago) [-]
>all for le gay faux memesters   
>imblying westboro wasn't made by secularists to mock christians  seriously have you checked the financial records, no way that they could afford that without atheist thinktank help    
>scriptkiddys actually hacking the real juicy US govnt. sites and not just lagging out obongocare ones   
come on now
>all for le gay faux memesters
>imblying westboro wasn't made by secularists to mock christians seriously have you checked the financial records, no way that they could afford that without atheist thinktank help
>scriptkiddys actually hacking the real juicy US govnt. sites and not just lagging out obongocare ones
come on now
#102855 to #102853 - holyfool (1 hour ago) [-]
I have more of a chance to hack the Israeli government then these scriptkiddy jokers have, unlike US govt. websites Jew ones were actually set up with bretty good security.
#102844 - anonymous (4 hours ago) [-]
Charlie hebdo had it coming
User avatar #102845 to #102844 - unforgivenfive ONLINE (3 hours ago) [-]
So did you..get an account
#102866 to #102845 - anonymous (1 hour ago) [-]
Witchobitchass
#102865 to #102845 - anonymous (1 hour ago) [-]
But they did.
#102851 to #102845 - anonymous (2 hours ago) [-]
funnyjunk.com/user/KINGOFTHESTARS

Its ass to login and anonimity is great for trollin. Im just checkin on you faggots
#102850 to #102845 - anonymous (2 hours ago) [-]
Yes.
#102846 to #102842 - ermantheturk (2 hours ago) [-]
...the personification of the devil as the symbol of all evil assumes the living shape of the Jew.
-Adolf Hitler (Mein Kampf)
#102834 - unforgivenfive ONLINE (17 hours ago) [-]
MFW I looked back to when jokeface and ragnarfag( and a few other people) had constant circle jerks when this board started..and now that im here again the circle jerking continues
User avatar #102840 to #102834 - cognosceteipsum (10 hours ago) [-]
I miss the atheists. Omar scared them off
#102852 to #102840 - anonymous (2 hours ago) [-]
Hell they couldnt debate for shit.
User avatar #102868 to #102852 - cognosceteipsum (1 hour ago) [-]
I disagree anon
User avatar #102836 to #102834 - syrianassassin (16 hours ago) [-]
well its a religious circlejerk

at least it aint fedora tipping circlejerk
#102825 - anonymous (19 hours ago) [-]
#102837 to #102825 - syrianassassin (16 hours ago) [-]
We wonder who could be behind this post
User avatar #102822 - jokeface ONLINE (21 hours ago) [-]
I'm back, bitches.

Not sure for how long, though. Just felt like popping in to post the following since if I post it on Facebook I'll probably lose all my friends.

Regarding the new Indiana bill. I support it, and here's why: Requiring a Christian to bake a cake for a gay wedding is equivalent to forcing a Jew to eat pork.

Okay, I know the law covers a lot more than just wedding cakes. But that's the most prominent example that comes to my mind. The principle I'm trying to get across is, it's wrong to force someone of faith to violate their own beliefs to appease someone else. I'm Christian. We believe that contributing to the perpetuation of a sin is in and of itself sinful as well. Ergo, catering to a gay wedding means helping to maintain that sinful lifestyle. That's condemnable by God. So it's something we really want to avoid. And what this bill is doing is saying "Hey, don't worry, we won't make you incriminate yourself."

Plus it makes sense anyway, given something I call the Neighboring Lawns Principle.

I have a lawn. You have a lawn. We're neighbors. We keep to ourselves. We maintain civility. You put a rainbow flag in your yard. I don't agree with it. Do I complain? No, because it's your lawn and you can fly whatever flag you want. Then one day you come over to my lawn and you demand I put a rainbow flag up. I say no because those aren't my values. Now you're gonna complain that I'm violating your rights? How is that fair?

If businesses want to exercise freedoms that offend you, then just don't give them your business. Go to one that won't turn you down. It's that simple. You're not losing anything. You're not being told that you can't live your own lifestyle. Just that you can't force everyone to accommodate it.

Put whatever you want in your lawn, and let me worry about my own. Super simple stuff.

Okay, rant over.
#102854 to #102822 - dehumanizer (1 hour ago) [-]
OY VEY BUT THE SHOAH YOU STUPID GOY THERE IS NOTHING WONG WITH HAVING AIDS BEEING A FAGGOT SHUT IT DOWN
User avatar #102838 to #102822 - cleverguy (14 hours ago) [-]
welcome back. i dont see why gay guys wanna get married by a church anyway. i kinda agree with ya but for semi-different reasons
User avatar #102848 to #102838 - jokeface ONLINE (2 hours ago) [-]
Yea I think if they really believe marriage should be defined by the state and not the church, then leave the church out of it entirely.
User avatar #102835 to #102822 - syrianassassin (16 hours ago) [-]
welcome back

religion took over atheism

now you can post opinion in peace
User avatar #102849 to #102835 - jokeface ONLINE (2 hours ago) [-]
Really? Well that's a pleasant surprise.
#102827 to #102822 - theluppijackal ONLINE (18 hours ago) [-]
Should I be allowed to deny blacks service on the basis that I believe that blacks are devils in my religion?
User avatar #102828 to #102827 - jokeface ONLINE (18 hours ago) [-]
Depends if the state officially recognizes that religion as legitimate. What religion holds that belief?
User avatar #102829 to #102828 - theluppijackal ONLINE (18 hours ago) [-]
Why does the state have to officially recognize my religion?
User avatar #102830 to #102829 - jokeface ONLINE (18 hours ago) [-]
Because otherwise anybody could just make up a religion to justify their personal prejudices.
User avatar #102831 to #102830 - theluppijackal ONLINE (18 hours ago) [-]
But my religion isn't made up. It's real. I believe it. The state is discriminating against me by not letting me deny blacks service upon my religious beliefs.
www.youtube.com/watch?v=HK3O3pza_IU
[in case you can't be bothered, the guy in the video is very devout christian]
User avatar #102832 to #102831 - jokeface ONLINE (18 hours ago) [-]
Look, if there was a doctrine that explicitly condemned serving blacks, then I would defend the believer of said doctrine. But I don't know of any like that, so I see no reason to defend it.
User avatar #102843 to #102832 - titsmccracken ONLINE (8 hours ago) [-]
No place in the bible does it tell you, you shouldn't bake a cake for gays. It says a man fucking another man is wrong, but that's it. It doesn't say treat them badly or not bake food for them. So, as long as you aren't literally a dude fucking another dude, pretty sure its okay with god.
User avatar #102847 to #102843 - jokeface ONLINE (2 hours ago) [-]
Baking a cake for a gay person is fine. But baking a cake for the purpose of contributing to a gay wedding is sinful. Jesus said helping others to sin, even if you're not committing the sin yourself, is still sinful.
#102833 to #102832 - theluppijackal ONLINE (18 hours ago) [-]
Ah, but those are my beliefs! You can't discriminate against them! I believe them with all my heart! Sounds like religious persecution! You're making me participate in a sin!   
   
   
   
You're not actually screwing someone in the butt by baking them a cake. You're not 'perpetuating a sin' any more than you're perpetuating a sin by refusing to bake them a cake.   
   
You know who Jesus hanged out with, served, and helped? Sinners. He washed the feet of those people. He hanged out with prostitutes. Do you see him feeding that prostitute bread as a 'perpetuation of her sin'? Jesus was the perfect human being. So either you're wrong or Jesus was wrong.   
   
He told us to love our enemies, pray for those who persecute us, and even give the clothes off our back to someone stealing from us. So no. I don't buy into your bullshit of perpetuating a sin.
Ah, but those are my beliefs! You can't discriminate against them! I believe them with all my heart! Sounds like religious persecution! You're making me participate in a sin!



You're not actually screwing someone in the butt by baking them a cake. You're not 'perpetuating a sin' any more than you're perpetuating a sin by refusing to bake them a cake.

You know who Jesus hanged out with, served, and helped? Sinners. He washed the feet of those people. He hanged out with prostitutes. Do you see him feeding that prostitute bread as a 'perpetuation of her sin'? Jesus was the perfect human being. So either you're wrong or Jesus was wrong.

He told us to love our enemies, pray for those who persecute us, and even give the clothes off our back to someone stealing from us. So no. I don't buy into your bullshit of perpetuating a sin.
User avatar #102860 to #102833 - jokeface ONLINE (1 hour ago) [-]
Yes, Jesus hung out with sinners ("hanged" means being killed by a noose). But He didn't approve of their sins, or celebrate their lifestyles. We're called to only do things that properly represent Christ. Look, here are several verses that back me up (not all are strictly relevant to this topic but many of them are): www.openbible.info/topics/causing_another_to_stumble
User avatar #102869 to #102860 - theluppijackal ONLINE (48 minutes ago) [-]
Did he or did he not feed those sinners?
Again, you're going back to the 'participating in the sin'
He fed them. Feeding sinners represents Christ.

Also, those passages speaking strictly on food had to do with purity laws. Pork, shrimp, etc.
User avatar #102870 to #102869 - jokeface ONLINE (44 minutes ago) [-]
Yes, and as I said before, feeding sinners, by itself, is not wrong. If it's just a gay person coming into the bakery and asking for a birthday cake, there's no reason not to serve them. But it becomes something different when you're asked to provide a service for the strict purpose of celebrating a union that's been forbidden by God. Then you become a factor in constructing that celebration. And when you become a part of someone else's sin, then that sin applies to you as well.

And regarding the food thing, I already said, not all of the verses in that list pertain directly to this topic.
User avatar #102871 to #102870 - theluppijackal ONLINE (35 minutes ago) [-]
It miraculously becomes different when it's the exact same food making process, yet it's used differently. So, lets say I used a cake for sexual foreplay. That's clearly lustful. I made your participate in a sin! Oh but, you didn't know so, as long as I tell you to make a gay cake without telling you it's fine.

Ah, I see, gay birthdays are fine, so I'll just tell you we need a really big gay birthday cake.

Or, what about cakes made for second and third marriages. Shouldn't you deny serving those people as well? Should we put up signs saying 'I don't make wedding cakes for people that have divorced'. After all, Jesus said nothing about gays but explicitly condemned divorce, so why the focus on gays? He clearly had divorce on higher priority than gays since he mentioned that. So shouldn't you be more worried about divorced people coming in for wedding cakes?

Also, you really ought to research those clobber passages more. They typically dealt with pagan sex rituals and people who raped male soldier captives. Not homosexuality as it is today
User avatar #102872 to #102871 - jokeface ONLINE (20 minutes ago) [-]
Okay:

A. I'm tired of people saying Jesus never talked about gays. While it's true He never outright said "Don't be gay," He did explicitly define what marriage was supposed to be: "He answered, “Have you not read that he who created them from the beginning made them male and female, and said, ‘Therefore a man shall leave his father and his mother and hold fast to his wife, and the two shall become one flesh’." - Matthew 19:4-5
Here Jesus is reminding the Pharisees that when God created Adam and Eve, He was instituting the model by which all marriage should follow: Male and female, and never to be separated.

B. You're right, if a baker was told the cake was for a non-sinful event, then matters would be different. Though I struggle to imagine how one could be convinced that a 7-tier cake with two grooms on top is actually a birthday cake. But yes, omission of the nature of the cake would certainly impact whether or not the baker should make it.

C. The Old Testament laws about homosexuality are obsolete, yes. Jesus fulfilled them so that we don't have to. But I base my objection on the New Testament laws, which remain in place until the end of time.
User avatar #102873 to #102872 - theluppijackal ONLINE (12 minutes ago) [-]
A. You're extrapolating an interpretation to fit your beliefs. Gay marriage didn't exist back then so of course saying two dudes wouldn't make sense to the pharisee. You're 'tired' of people saying Jesus never saying anything about gays, but it's true. If you want to contrive and say he was condemning gays because 'adam and eve not adam and steve' that's your prerogative. But know that it's not true. You just put a lot of fluff around an existing, silly argument.

B. Alright cool. I'll say it's a straight wedding and add my two little grooms and/or brides later. Your little experiment becomes moot

C. You still don't address my question of divorce. Why worry about gays when Jesus put divorce on a higher priority. Gays are only sinning when they explicitly do a gay act, according to the minority consensus that still consider homosexuality sinful. But divorce people are sinning 24/7 when they remarry, according to Jesus himself.
#102856 to #102833 - anonymous (1 hour ago) [-]
Im black and wouldnt bake a cake for a klansman
#102814 - unforgivenfive ONLINE (03/31/2015) [-]
"How does one differentiate between the cancer that is destroying the minds of todays youth and enlightenment?"-Holyfool

"you cant
its the same" -Unforgivefive

#whatatwist #yoloswaggins
#102816 to #102814 - syrianassassin (03/31/2015) [-]
We can actually save our children from the cancer.

The solution against the cancer is ERADICATION
#102815 to #102814 - holyfool (03/31/2015) [-]
Thank you for enlightening me Rabbi
User avatar #102797 - unforgivenfive ONLINE (03/31/2015) [-]
ITT: we talk about prayer.

the 5 W's. who or what do you pray to?, why and how? where and what times?
or you know you guys can ignore my calls for legit discussion again and just shit post for an hour once you read this..up to you
#102857 to #102797 - anonymous (1 hour ago) [-]
I pray for who needs it. I pray for atrength and guidance, i pray alllll the time, i pray anywhere, i pray because it works
User avatar #102809 to #102797 - ragnarfag ONLINE (03/31/2015) [-]
Pater Noster, that's about it.
User avatar #102810 to #102809 - unforgivenfive ONLINE (03/31/2015) [-]
A happy surprise to find out you pray Ragnarfag, no matter what it is prayer is an important activity.
User avatar #102821 to #102810 - ragnarfag ONLINE (03/31/2015) [-]
Although I'm not much of a cultist I mean religious rites with that, not pseudoreligious groups so I usually only pray if I see it appropriate.
User avatar #102807 to #102797 - theluppijackal ONLINE (03/31/2015) [-]
I go by ACTS
Adoration, confession, thankful, supplecation
User avatar #102811 to #102807 - unforgivenfive ONLINE (03/31/2015) [-]
it sounds sort of similar to the type of prayer I mention below" hitbodedut " where its internal meditation and communication with god. Am I correct in that assumption?
User avatar #102812 to #102811 - theluppijackal ONLINE (03/31/2015) [-]
*shrug* Sort of
I'm really new and an amateur at prayer.
User avatar #102813 to #102812 - unforgivenfive ONLINE (03/31/2015) [-]
I was taught as a child that ANY commandment you fulfill is a step towards an embrace with a creator you acknowledge when you pray. don't play what you do as something insignificant, many people in the world no longer pray. OR, say they believe in nothing and pray when disaster strikes, thinking "nothing" will hear them. that fact that you pray and its to something is very special indeed
User avatar #102798 to #102797 - jokeface ONLINE (03/31/2015) [-]
Who/What: Jeebus
Why: Because I believe that He hears our prayers and sometimes He answers them. He's definitely answered some of mine.
How: I just start talking to Him. No formalities, although I open up by addressing Him as "Father God" and close with the standard "Amen."
Where: Wherever I am at a given time.
When: Whenever I feel the need to ask Him for something, or thank Him for something, and I also pray whenever I see a funeral procession, fire truck, or ambulance, because I know someone has just suffered injury, death, or some other kind of loss, so I pray for them and their families.
User avatar #102799 to #102798 - unforgivenfive ONLINE (03/31/2015) [-]
your sir are what it means to be a good person
where ever you are keep doing you.
if you dont mind me asking..how has he answered some of your prayers?
User avatar #102800 to #102799 - jokeface ONLINE (03/31/2015) [-]
About a year ago I felt my faith being shaken, so I asked Him to give me a test to prove to myself that I was still loyal to Him. Well back in December He brought a young woman into my life to whom I very quickly became infatuated. And we shared a brief romance lasting a little over a month. But it wasn't meant to last, because she was agnostic, and Christians aren't supposed to become romantically involved with non-Christians. I knew this going in, but I tried to ignore it in the hopes that she would become a Christian at some point down the road (as she had already expressed interest in possibly doing so). It fell apart, however, when she became overwhelmed by me trying to push for an official relationship. So she ended it, and I was heartbroken. I know now that I brought this upon myself by disobeying God and pursuing a girl who was off-limits. And I knew at that point that God had indeed heard me, answered me, and taught me a lesson.
User avatar #102801 to #102800 - unforgivenfive ONLINE (03/31/2015) [-]
wow! very interesting. before this point of faltering faith were you super devout?

I was born into an Jewish orthodox family that fell apart and became basically non practicing by the time I was 7 or 8. its only been within the last 2-3 years or so that my faith in g-d was renewed.
who: Hashem. or YHVH
why:because not only is it my tradition. but because I've found ways of perceiving him that finally make sense and its important to continually interact with him
How: sometimes I read from the prayer book..most of the time its through a process called Hitbodedut (self seclusion) where its quiet personal meditation.
Where: wherever, sometimes at shul other times its outside by a canal or some trees.
when: I try to pray at least 3 times a day..in some way or form.

Prayer in Judaism isn't about asking god to change his divine plan for you or others...its about aligning yourself to his plan..and in that way bringing goodness into the world
User avatar #102802 to #102801 - jokeface ONLINE (03/31/2015) [-]
I've considered myself to be devout since the time I was about 13 or 14, because that's when I started to really take a look at my faith and start thinking about it for myself rather than just conforming to what my parents were pushing on me. And when I say devout I don't mean I'm fully committed to all the outward rituals like going to church and reading the Bible every day, because I've never been that rigid about those things. But I do try to adhere very strongly to my foundational belief in the Gospel, and I regularly make a point to apply Jesus' teachings to my everyday life.

I'm sorry to hear about your family falling apart. I know that couldn't have been easy to go through. But I'm happy to hear your faith has been restored. It's important to remember that the trials of this earth are only temporary, but our relationship with God will be eternal.

And I like that description of what prayer is for. I think that's how Christians should see it as well.
User avatar #102803 to #102802 - unforgivenfive ONLINE (03/31/2015) [-]
well one thing is for sure.. despite my families troubles I was able to get a bar mitzvah at 13. back then I hated it..didnt believe in most of it and didnt even know what I was reading aloud ( during a real bar mitzvah and not some shitty middle school coming of age party the young man reads his portion of the testament of moshe in the cantonized hebrew.) but now that I look back I feel thats probably the most important thing I've done with my life so far.
User avatar #102804 to #102803 - jokeface ONLINE (03/31/2015) [-]
Yea I understand and sympathize with being pushed into a ceremony that you're not really spiritually ready for. My dad pressured me to get baptized for years as a child but I always refused because I didn't feel ready for it. It wasn't until I was around age 20 that I finally came to the decision on my own that I wanted it. But I guess waiting until you're ready doesn't exactly work in the case of a bar mitzvah, does it? It has to be when you're 13?
#102805 to #102804 - unforgivenfive ONLINE (03/31/2015) [-]
well first of the bar mitzvah is a relativley modern concept..ancient israelites considered fighting age to be 13 and that was when you were counted in the tribal census
when the diaspora started jews started to pray in synagogues. it was at that point the coming of age was very important. the rabbis created the concept of a minyan (quorum of ten men in a prayer group, and you were only a man once you were past 13.) so to celebrate the occasion the bar mitzvah was created. on his 13th Hebrew birthday he puts on his first pair of tefillin (see pic) for the morning prayer, then on the sabbath of that week he reads from his portion in the torah five books of moses and in my case I also read the haftorah (from the other books of the bible)

my portion from the torah> www.chabad.org/parshah/torahreading.asp?aid=2495760&p=1

from the haftorah also read in hebrew> www.chabad.org/parshah/torahreading_cdo/section/haftorah/aid/2495761/jewish/Chukat-Haftorah.htm
User avatar #102823 to #102805 - jokeface ONLINE (21 hours ago) [-]
Is there a difference between the Torah, Talmud, and the Pentateuch?
User avatar #102826 to #102823 - unforgivenfive ONLINE (19 hours ago) [-]
the Torah is the 5 books of Moses...also known as the Pentateuch + the the books of the prophets up until Malachi and the rest of the writings of the christian old testament.

the Talmud (which is actually 2 different books written at around the same time) is a collection of commentaries on the torah..specifically the laws of the torah. later on scholars wrote commentary on the talmud known as the mishna, and then roughly 3-400 years ago rabbis codified ALL the commentary on the law in the shulchan aruch(code of jewish law). which is up until the present what we refer to as rabbinical law..its what most of the tribe follows..or is supposed to follow.
User avatar #102824 to #102823 - jokeface ONLINE (21 hours ago) [-]
Or I should say, WHAT is the difference. I'm sure there wouldn't be different names if they were all the same.
#102795 - inkie ONLINE (03/31/2015) [-]
User avatar #102808 to #102793 - ragnarfag ONLINE (03/31/2015) [-]
Big bladder
User avatar #102806 to #102793 - cognosceteipsum (03/31/2015) [-]
Fail.
1. Anime is only as the name suggests animated. This is manga.
2. Its read right to left, not down to up
#102794 to #102793 - ermantheturk (03/30/2015) [-]
I have no f*cking clue what's going on but I like it.
I have no f*cking clue what's going on but I like it.
User avatar #102796 to #102791 - garymotherfingoak (03/31/2015) [-]
the sad thing is, there's much slower news days out there.
User avatar #102779 to #102747 - cognosceteipsum (03/30/2015) [-]
Interesting.. only one I knew of before was the. Red book
User avatar #102767 to #102747 - garymotherfingoak (03/30/2015) [-]
reminds me of Dark5
User avatar #102751 to #102747 - unforgivenfive ONLINE (03/29/2015) [-]
you find the most interesting shit Omar..I should appoint you to be my bathroom guard so you can look for more
User avatar #102739 - syrianassassin (03/29/2015) [-]
your thoughts on the Philosopher's stone?
User avatar #102790 to #102739 - ragnarfag ONLINE (03/30/2015) [-]
Would ruin the point of gold.
#102781 to #102739 - dehumanizer (03/30/2015) [-]
no, why would I? its just a stone ayy lmao, how can it change the cheme type and alignghtment of the atoms?
User avatar #102784 to #102781 - cognosceteipsum (03/30/2015) [-]
For once I agree with you
User avatar #102785 to #102784 - whoozy (03/30/2015) [-]
I almost thought he had a brilliant moment there... Until I noticed the grammar and the image.
#102786 to #102785 - dehumanizer (03/30/2015) [-]
>me   
>ever making good posts
>me
>ever making good posts
User avatar #102762 to #102739 - whatley (03/29/2015) [-]
Completely impossible from every standpoint.

However, with modern science, we can turn other things into gold. Certainly not using a stone though.
User avatar #102750 to #102739 - unforgivenfive ONLINE (03/29/2015) [-]
I believe that some mineral stones "crystals" have some healing and helping properties.
but not in a stone that can transmute matter. that's a bit ludicrous. I think that crystal rocks are alive(in a 1st dimensional plane of existence (along the lines of plants and the earth itself and very different to OUR definition of alive). but not anything inherently holy or spiritual about them. they are not things that should be worshiped or sought after as idols
#102780 to #102750 - dehumanizer (03/30/2015) [-]
>crstals
>healing

ahaha yes, a jew trying to push the NWO "spiritualism" on the goyim again
User avatar #102787 to #102780 - unforgivenfive ONLINE (03/30/2015) [-]
"I believe"

I don't try to push anything on anyone. I state what I think and feel in contrast to what others think not as a means to persuade them to my side but to give insight into the the differences of others
User avatar #102742 to #102739 - cognosceteipsum (03/29/2015) [-]
Isn't that the stone that can transmute things?
User avatar #102743 to #102742 - syrianassassin (03/29/2015) [-]
yah

the world is too ancient and great civilization mentioned such thing. yet we the modern civilization might be too idiot to figure it out or the thing never existed or its a legend.

i do believe there are great powers hidden in some materials. but it needs the harmony of souls. which in fact merging your life to the gemstones or crystal orbs
User avatar #102744 to #102743 - cognosceteipsum (03/29/2015) [-]
I don't really believe in it. Not in artifacts in general, could be wrong.
User avatar #102745 to #102744 - syrianassassin (03/29/2015) [-]
now imagine it exist and it gone to the wrong hand
User avatar #102768 to #102745 - whoozy (03/30/2015) [-]
Well gold would be worthless I suppose
User avatar #102748 to #102745 - cognosceteipsum (03/29/2015) [-]
It depends on how it works. Does it work like Midas, touching things with the stone makes them turn to other materials? Then we are royally fucked as you could just touch anything and turn it into something else, if you touch one part of the ground and say "lava", all ground on earth will become lava
User avatar #102749 to #102748 - syrianassassin (03/29/2015) [-]
oh shit the floor is lava
#102723 - niggernazi (03/29/2015) [-]
When i dont believe in god i just take a look at my fat cock and wonder, how could such a perfect wonder not being crafted by a higher being? Like, when i get an erection my schlong points upward and it must be looking at god for advice because i see no other reason than that actually. Vaginas arent in the sky, god is.
When i dont believe in god i just take a look at my fat cock and wonder, how could such a perfect wonder not being crafted by a higher being? Like, when i get an erection my schlong points upward and it must be looking at god for advice because i see no other reason than that actually. Vaginas arent in the sky, god is.
User avatar #102719 - syrianassassin (03/29/2015) [-]
Atheist (Cringe) shitty reason: Science is more important than Religion!!!!

>Science board total posts: 4K+
>Religion board total Posts: 85K+
User avatar #102783 to #102719 - thebritishguy (03/30/2015) [-]
Not like the religious board has been around longer or anything
User avatar #102788 to #102783 - syrianassassin (03/30/2015) [-]
oh look

fedora tipper is here

have you lately seen the cringe compilation??? indeed the world might be disgusted for people alike you ;^)
#102720 to #102719 - anonymous (03/29/2015) [-]
When was the last time religious doctrines helped battling cancer or aids
#102721 to #102720 - syrianassassin (03/29/2015) [-]
by stopping adultery we prevented aids.

ethics is the answer for aids
#102782 to #102721 - anonymous (03/30/2015) [-]
Wow, is that why there's no AIDS in Africa?
User avatar #102789 to #102782 - syrianassassin (03/30/2015) [-]
back to shagging monkeys my friend
User avatar #102754 to #102721 - Zaxplab (03/29/2015) [-]
ethics like flying planes into buildings and mass genocide? Filthy goy.
User avatar #102773 to #102754 - syrianassassin (03/30/2015) [-]
no

but ethics like cleaning waste of human DNA from the earth

User avatar #102774 to #102773 - Zaxplab (03/30/2015) [-]
That's what Israel is trying to do right now, hun.
User avatar #102776 to #102775 - Zaxplab (03/30/2015) [-]
how insightful.
#102722 to #102721 - anonymous (03/29/2015) [-]
AIDS spreads by blood and saliva too. But really, science has created a bunch of things while religion hasn't done a whole lot lately. Gives people hope, sure, but its impossible to prove. Why put your faith into something nobody but God can prove?
User avatar #102727 to #102722 - ermantheturk (03/29/2015) [-]
Prophet Muhammad (s.a.v.) once said : `Whenever unlawful sexual conduct prevails with a society to the point that they feel no shame in disclosing it and doing it openly, then they shall suffer the Plague and such painful illnesses that their ancestors have never experienced.'And he is right.When the human race strated following hedonistic pleasures diseases that were never seen started to pop out...such as STDs.
User avatar #102753 to #102727 - Zaxplab (03/29/2015) [-]
People have been fucking forever, AIDS got nothing to do with Muhammad.


Imagine if someone has been smoking since they were 10 years old, then they died at 100. "Yep, told you this would happen. tsk tsk"
#102729 to #102727 - anonymous (03/29/2015) [-]
:whoco:

Yes let's take advice from some old prophet. I'm pretty sure AIDS has existed longer than so. It's a virus, not primarily an std. Doesn't matter. Religion may prevent something that condoms already can prevent while you can still have sex with condoms. GG no re
User avatar #102730 to #102729 - ermantheturk (03/29/2015) [-]
Actualy no aids first appeared in early 1980s and occurred in USA.So no AIDS/HIV is a fairly new disease.And yes if we did took his advice this wouldn't have happened.

''The first recognised cases of AIDS occurred in the USA in the early 1980s. A number of gay men in New York and California suddenly began to develop rare opportunistic infections and cancers that seemed stubbornly resistant to any treatment. At this time, AIDS did not yet have a name, but it quickly became obvious that all the men were suffering from a common syndrome.
#102732 to #102730 - anonymous (03/29/2015) [-]
Citation needed. I've always heard it was from Africa and still pretty sure.

Even if, so what? STDs, with the exception of AIDS, are a minute part of our suffering that could have been prevented with condoms if they appeared such as you are saying. But what about space travel, ALS, BPD, DID and so on? What about the circuitry in a TV or a phone? Do those say in the Quran? No.
User avatar #102724 to #102722 - syrianassassin (03/29/2015) [-]
faggot.

when you people stop fornicating like donkey aids will be eradicated
#102726 to #102724 - anonymous (03/29/2015) [-]
Still, I like it how you just turned this into aids debate. Tell me about something incredible religion has done for us lately
User avatar #102738 to #102726 - syrianassassin (03/29/2015) [-]
telling you to man the fuck up
#102740 to #102738 - anonymous (03/29/2015) [-]
Right, you can't even insult properly
#102725 to #102724 - anonymous (03/29/2015) [-]
AIDS CAN SPREAD BY BLOOD AND SALIVA TOO
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