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#244 - Radical Muslim. They exist. You can't report some…  [+] (6 new replies) 05/04/2014 on Not exactly James Bond 0
User avatar #245 - qazsa (05/05/2014) [-]
I don't think you are grasping the concept of what I'm saying.
User avatar #246 - alltimetens (05/05/2014) [-]
I guess I don't. From what I understand, however, there is nothing that shows that they don't care. If they didn't care, why would he have been reported?
User avatar #250 - qazsa (05/06/2014) [-]
I never said they didn't care, I was saying, they didn't care that he said he was a Muslim and reported him regardless.
User avatar #251 - alltimetens (05/06/2014) [-]
Yes, because clearly they were obligated to point out that he wasn't a Muslim.

And obviously you were there which proves that you know the full story...
User avatar #252 - qazsa (05/07/2014) [-]
OK you know what, whatever, you don't understand what I'm trying to say, I'm guessing English isn't your first language or whatever, if it is apologies, but honestly this is the most brain dead conversation where you are arguing against points I'm not making.
User avatar #253 - alltimetens (05/07/2014) [-]
Then please explain better because your use of language is awkward and not clear.
#41 - Avatar Erwin. 05/04/2014 on Erwin You Creep +4
#108 - But I wasn't complaining. I was trying to tell him the pointle…  [+] (1 new reply) 05/04/2014 on Random Fact Comp. 19 0
#109 - metacobalion (05/04/2014) [-]
#104 - Bro... who gives a **** ? We're on a *****…  [+] (3 new replies) 05/04/2014 on Random Fact Comp. 19 -4
User avatar #107 - metacobalion (05/04/2014) [-]
And here you are complaining that a guy is complaining about something that annoys him and here I am complaining that you are complaining that he is complaining. We all complain about something, not everything is accepted by all people and nothing ever will be.
User avatar #108 - alltimetens (05/04/2014) [-]
But I wasn't complaining. I was trying to tell him the pointlessness of his actions.
#109 - metacobalion (05/04/2014) [-]
#8655782 - no u dont got **** m8 05/04/2014 on Autism Board 0
#241 - I gave you the suicide bomber paradigm to give you a perspecti… 05/04/2014 on Not exactly James Bond 0
#154 - Whut? How did you decipher that I was a Christian? 05/04/2014 on Growing Up 0
#148 - itsthetie Make one where the Colossal Titan peaks out…  [+] (2 new replies) 05/04/2014 on Growing Up 0
#153 - popeflatus (05/04/2014) [-]
For a person who loves Jesus you sure are a racist.
User avatar #154 - alltimetens (05/04/2014) [-]
Whut?

How did you decipher that I was a Christian?
#239 - Suicide bombers? So you're willing to tell me that 7-…  [+] (2 new replies) 05/04/2014 on Not exactly James Bond 0
User avatar #240 - majordraco (05/04/2014) [-]
No, I said that 7-13% are Fundamental Islamist Extremists. You Brought up Suicide bombers, not sure why suicide bombers is relevant.

And the raw numbers give a good idea about how there are more terrorist sympathizers than you would like people to believe.

BUt since you have produced no substantial, or solid fact to rebut any of my statements I am more inclined to continue believing what the evidence shows.

Don't bother replying if you can not back up any of your statements with facts.
User avatar #241 - alltimetens (05/04/2014) [-]
I gave you the suicide bomber paradigm to give you a perspective on how little terrorists there are.

There's a difference between terrorism and extremism. Your argument is a strawman in that you aim to repudiate my claims by giving me unrelated examples.

You say that I have not attempted to rebut any of your claims, but I did in my previous two comments.

You cited that 7-13% of Muslims are extremists (ie. support violence.)

I said that these statistics were BIASED because they only focus on Muslims and do not compare these figures to other religious groups.

In response to this, I cited a Gallup poll in which it demonstrated that the 7-13% of extremist Muslims is actually VERY LOW when compared to other groups.

www.gallup.com/poll/148763/muslim-americans-no-justification-violence.aspx
#222 - Again, another heavily biased article. Her…  [+] (4 new replies) 05/03/2014 on Not exactly James Bond 0
User avatar #238 - majordraco (05/03/2014) [-]
Pew is very independent you can't claim a bias there, and just looking at the numbers it is far above 0.0001%, and even if you could produce your speculative numbers it wouldn't repudiate an acceptance and justification among too many Muslims of acts of terrorism, and that this is based in the Quran.
You asked for citation, and I think I have satisfied that request my position on the matter is not baseless.
User avatar #239 - alltimetens (05/04/2014) [-]
Suicide bombers?

So you're willing to tell me that 7-13% of Muslims are suicide bombers? Because that was what I asked you two comments ago.

If you're going to state that a fairly large percentage of Muslims agree to terrorism, then I could say that a fairly large number of Atheists/Protestants/Jews/etc. ALSO agree to terrorism.

But I won't do that. Why? Because it's misleading and imprints a fallacious image upon a quarter of humanity.
User avatar #240 - majordraco (05/04/2014) [-]
No, I said that 7-13% are Fundamental Islamist Extremists. You Brought up Suicide bombers, not sure why suicide bombers is relevant.

And the raw numbers give a good idea about how there are more terrorist sympathizers than you would like people to believe.

BUt since you have produced no substantial, or solid fact to rebut any of my statements I am more inclined to continue believing what the evidence shows.

Don't bother replying if you can not back up any of your statements with facts.
User avatar #241 - alltimetens (05/04/2014) [-]
I gave you the suicide bomber paradigm to give you a perspective on how little terrorists there are.

There's a difference between terrorism and extremism. Your argument is a strawman in that you aim to repudiate my claims by giving me unrelated examples.

You say that I have not attempted to rebut any of your claims, but I did in my previous two comments.

You cited that 7-13% of Muslims are extremists (ie. support violence.)

I said that these statistics were BIASED because they only focus on Muslims and do not compare these figures to other religious groups.

In response to this, I cited a Gallup poll in which it demonstrated that the 7-13% of extremist Muslims is actually VERY LOW when compared to other groups.

www.gallup.com/poll/148763/muslim-americans-no-justification-violence.aspx
#221 - >This is what I have been saying, the whole point of my pos… 05/03/2014 on Not exactly James Bond 0
#207 - Islam doesn't oppress women; Islamic fundamentalists do. …  [+] (8 new replies) 05/03/2014 on Not exactly James Bond -1
User avatar #211 - majordraco (05/03/2014) [-]
>Islam doesn't oppress women; Islamic fundamentalists do.
This is what I have been saying, the whole point of my post.

>There's a difference between a religion and so-called followers that claim they follow said religion.
This is just two sides of the same coin, but fundamentalism does have roots in the Quran, and are just as legitimate.

>Furthermore, Egypt already has female government officials, does not require the hijaab/covering to be worn, and has female actresses and singers.
Remember that it wasn't until the 1950s when women were granted just as many rights as men were. And even in the U.S, gays are still oppressed.
Just because Egypt is getting better doesn't mean it is anywhere near what would be considered proper in the western world.

>And no, do the math, please. There are 1.5-1.7 billion Muslims.
Math already done for me 7-13% is the general consensus.
news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/6613963.stm
It's not just the bomber's or the actual terrorists, its those that believe such acts are warranted or justified.
User avatar #221 - alltimetens (05/03/2014) [-]
>This is what I have been saying, the whole point of my post
Well, you never considered/agreed with any of my points. Even after I explicitly stated that there is a shear difference between mainstream Muslims and politically-motivated, megalomaniacal individuals who have no intent on releasing their grasp on the Middle East.

>This is just two sides of the same coin, but fundamentalism does have roots in the Quran, and are just as legitimate.
If you said this to any mainstream Muslim, they'd laugh in your face.

The Westboro Baptist Church is based off of the Bible/Christianity. But does it mean that it is connected to the majority of Christian's beliefs? Fuck no.

Likewise, I can create my own division of Islam that cherry-picks quotes on violence in the Quran and promotes the killing of civilians. Is this fabricated division of Islam based off of the Quran? Yes. Is it legitimate? No.

>Just because Egypt is getting better doesn't mean it is anywhere near what would be considered proper in the western world.

What a biased perception. If you were open-minded with respect to this topic, you'd know that even the U.S still has its own flaws. Egypt's only issue is its attitude toward gays. And like I said before, the U.S itself still isn't 100% perfect in this matter.

BTW, women have been in the film industry for decades.

>Math already done for me 7-13% is the general consensus.
news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/6613963.stm
It's not just the bomber's or the actual terrorists, its those that believe such acts are warranted or justified.

This article is heavily biased. The Gallup Poll was the largest survey ever conducted on Muslims, in which 50 thousand Muslims in 35 countries were polled. The survey concluded that 93% of all Muslims did not agree with 9/11 and the like, whereas the 7% that did (a similar figure to what you cited) utilized POLITICAL reasons to defend their views. They didn't cite cherry-picked quotes from the Quran like many people here do.
User avatar #213 - majordraco (05/03/2014) [-]
Also look here
Dwindling Muslim Support for Terrorism www.pursuingholiness.com/pew-102876651-muslims-approve-of-suicide-bombing/
Too many support radical Islam and will use the Quran as basis for that
User avatar #222 - alltimetens (05/03/2014) [-]
Again, another heavily biased article.

www.gallup.com/poll/148763/muslim-americans-no-justification-violence.aspx

Here you will see that out of any group in the U.S, the most diverse country in the world, Muslim-American individuals repudiate acts of violence the most.

Now, I can easily make up a study that is based off of these figures that states
"Over 38% of Protestants tolerate war-crimes and war-related violence!"

But obviously, this would be simply twisting the minds of individuals.
User avatar #238 - majordraco (05/03/2014) [-]
Pew is very independent you can't claim a bias there, and just looking at the numbers it is far above 0.0001%, and even if you could produce your speculative numbers it wouldn't repudiate an acceptance and justification among too many Muslims of acts of terrorism, and that this is based in the Quran.
You asked for citation, and I think I have satisfied that request my position on the matter is not baseless.
User avatar #239 - alltimetens (05/04/2014) [-]
Suicide bombers?

So you're willing to tell me that 7-13% of Muslims are suicide bombers? Because that was what I asked you two comments ago.

If you're going to state that a fairly large percentage of Muslims agree to terrorism, then I could say that a fairly large number of Atheists/Protestants/Jews/etc. ALSO agree to terrorism.

But I won't do that. Why? Because it's misleading and imprints a fallacious image upon a quarter of humanity.
User avatar #240 - majordraco (05/04/2014) [-]
No, I said that 7-13% are Fundamental Islamist Extremists. You Brought up Suicide bombers, not sure why suicide bombers is relevant.

And the raw numbers give a good idea about how there are more terrorist sympathizers than you would like people to believe.

BUt since you have produced no substantial, or solid fact to rebut any of my statements I am more inclined to continue believing what the evidence shows.

Don't bother replying if you can not back up any of your statements with facts.
User avatar #241 - alltimetens (05/04/2014) [-]
I gave you the suicide bomber paradigm to give you a perspective on how little terrorists there are.

There's a difference between terrorism and extremism. Your argument is a strawman in that you aim to repudiate my claims by giving me unrelated examples.

You say that I have not attempted to rebut any of your claims, but I did in my previous two comments.

You cited that 7-13% of Muslims are extremists (ie. support violence.)

I said that these statistics were BIASED because they only focus on Muslims and do not compare these figures to other religious groups.

In response to this, I cited a Gallup poll in which it demonstrated that the 7-13% of extremist Muslims is actually VERY LOW when compared to other groups.

www.gallup.com/poll/148763/muslim-americans-no-justification-violence.aspx
#13 - That looks like a Titan from AoT. 05/03/2014 on fak u biach +4
#192 - Yeah... no. While we're on the topic of Sharia Law, c…  [+] (10 new replies) 05/03/2014 on Not exactly James Bond -1
User avatar #205 - majordraco (05/03/2014) [-]
Saying that sharia doesn't have it's roots founded in the fundamentals of the Quran you must not have spent much time on the subject, and the whole 99.999% figure is pure hyperbole.

I am talking about the Islamists in groups such as the Muslim brotherhood, and those who enforce strict sharia in their country to oppress women, gays and Christians, those fundamentalists are not all suicide bombers.
User avatar #207 - alltimetens (05/03/2014) [-]
Islam doesn't oppress women; Islamic fundamentalists do.

There's a difference between a religion and so-called followers that claim they follow said religion.

Furthermore, Egypt already has female government officials, does not require the hijaab/covering to be worn, and has female actresses and singers.
Remember that it wasn't until the 1950s when women were granted just as many rights as men were. And even in the U.S, gays are still oppressed.

And no, do the math, please. There are 1.5-1.7 billion Muslims.
User avatar #211 - majordraco (05/03/2014) [-]
>Islam doesn't oppress women; Islamic fundamentalists do.
This is what I have been saying, the whole point of my post.

>There's a difference between a religion and so-called followers that claim they follow said religion.
This is just two sides of the same coin, but fundamentalism does have roots in the Quran, and are just as legitimate.

>Furthermore, Egypt already has female government officials, does not require the hijaab/covering to be worn, and has female actresses and singers.
Remember that it wasn't until the 1950s when women were granted just as many rights as men were. And even in the U.S, gays are still oppressed.
Just because Egypt is getting better doesn't mean it is anywhere near what would be considered proper in the western world.

>And no, do the math, please. There are 1.5-1.7 billion Muslims.
Math already done for me 7-13% is the general consensus.
news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/6613963.stm
It's not just the bomber's or the actual terrorists, its those that believe such acts are warranted or justified.
User avatar #221 - alltimetens (05/03/2014) [-]
>This is what I have been saying, the whole point of my post
Well, you never considered/agreed with any of my points. Even after I explicitly stated that there is a shear difference between mainstream Muslims and politically-motivated, megalomaniacal individuals who have no intent on releasing their grasp on the Middle East.

>This is just two sides of the same coin, but fundamentalism does have roots in the Quran, and are just as legitimate.
If you said this to any mainstream Muslim, they'd laugh in your face.

The Westboro Baptist Church is based off of the Bible/Christianity. But does it mean that it is connected to the majority of Christian's beliefs? Fuck no.

Likewise, I can create my own division of Islam that cherry-picks quotes on violence in the Quran and promotes the killing of civilians. Is this fabricated division of Islam based off of the Quran? Yes. Is it legitimate? No.

>Just because Egypt is getting better doesn't mean it is anywhere near what would be considered proper in the western world.

What a biased perception. If you were open-minded with respect to this topic, you'd know that even the U.S still has its own flaws. Egypt's only issue is its attitude toward gays. And like I said before, the U.S itself still isn't 100% perfect in this matter.

BTW, women have been in the film industry for decades.

>Math already done for me 7-13% is the general consensus.
news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/6613963.stm
It's not just the bomber's or the actual terrorists, its those that believe such acts are warranted or justified.

This article is heavily biased. The Gallup Poll was the largest survey ever conducted on Muslims, in which 50 thousand Muslims in 35 countries were polled. The survey concluded that 93% of all Muslims did not agree with 9/11 and the like, whereas the 7% that did (a similar figure to what you cited) utilized POLITICAL reasons to defend their views. They didn't cite cherry-picked quotes from the Quran like many people here do.
User avatar #213 - majordraco (05/03/2014) [-]
Also look here
Dwindling Muslim Support for Terrorism www.pursuingholiness.com/pew-102876651-muslims-approve-of-suicide-bombing/
Too many support radical Islam and will use the Quran as basis for that
User avatar #222 - alltimetens (05/03/2014) [-]
Again, another heavily biased article.

www.gallup.com/poll/148763/muslim-americans-no-justification-violence.aspx

Here you will see that out of any group in the U.S, the most diverse country in the world, Muslim-American individuals repudiate acts of violence the most.

Now, I can easily make up a study that is based off of these figures that states
"Over 38% of Protestants tolerate war-crimes and war-related violence!"

But obviously, this would be simply twisting the minds of individuals.
User avatar #238 - majordraco (05/03/2014) [-]
Pew is very independent you can't claim a bias there, and just looking at the numbers it is far above 0.0001%, and even if you could produce your speculative numbers it wouldn't repudiate an acceptance and justification among too many Muslims of acts of terrorism, and that this is based in the Quran.
You asked for citation, and I think I have satisfied that request my position on the matter is not baseless.
User avatar #239 - alltimetens (05/04/2014) [-]
Suicide bombers?

So you're willing to tell me that 7-13% of Muslims are suicide bombers? Because that was what I asked you two comments ago.

If you're going to state that a fairly large percentage of Muslims agree to terrorism, then I could say that a fairly large number of Atheists/Protestants/Jews/etc. ALSO agree to terrorism.

But I won't do that. Why? Because it's misleading and imprints a fallacious image upon a quarter of humanity.
User avatar #240 - majordraco (05/04/2014) [-]
No, I said that 7-13% are Fundamental Islamist Extremists. You Brought up Suicide bombers, not sure why suicide bombers is relevant.

And the raw numbers give a good idea about how there are more terrorist sympathizers than you would like people to believe.

BUt since you have produced no substantial, or solid fact to rebut any of my statements I am more inclined to continue believing what the evidence shows.

Don't bother replying if you can not back up any of your statements with facts.
User avatar #241 - alltimetens (05/04/2014) [-]
I gave you the suicide bomber paradigm to give you a perspective on how little terrorists there are.

There's a difference between terrorism and extremism. Your argument is a strawman in that you aim to repudiate my claims by giving me unrelated examples.

You say that I have not attempted to rebut any of your claims, but I did in my previous two comments.

You cited that 7-13% of Muslims are extremists (ie. support violence.)

I said that these statistics were BIASED because they only focus on Muslims and do not compare these figures to other religious groups.

In response to this, I cited a Gallup poll in which it demonstrated that the 7-13% of extremist Muslims is actually VERY LOW when compared to other groups.

www.gallup.com/poll/148763/muslim-americans-no-justification-violence.aspx
#173 - The former. You can't substantiate the latter just by cherry-p…  [+] (12 new replies) 05/03/2014 on Not exactly James Bond 0
User avatar #191 - majordraco (05/03/2014) [-]
Just studying Sharia law, and the goal of achieving a global Caliphate, which is backed by the Quran you can see those are fundamentals rooted in the Quran.

I have formed these opinions over time from conversations with my Egyptian colleges and independent study of aspects of Islam.

None of this means that all Muslims believe in all the fundamental tenants of Islam and believe in all of sharia, but to ignore that it is a fundamental basis for most wrong with middle east and it's Islamist Theocracies, isn't correct either.
User avatar #192 - alltimetens (05/03/2014) [-]
Yeah... no.

While we're on the topic of Sharia Law, can you please direct me to the Book of Sharia Law?

You can't.

Want to know why?

IT DOESN'T EXIST!

Sharia Law is open to dozens of interpretations. And by saying that there is only ONE version of Sharia Law; one that promotes violence, intolerance, and hatred, you are EMPOWERING the extremists and contemporaneously drowning out the mainstream majority of Muslims.

Think of it like this. If there are 16,000 suicide bombers in the world (There aren't. But let's assume there are for the sake of argument) that is still 0.001% of the entire Muslim population. What about the other 99.999% of us? Why aren't the rest of us acting in the way that many claim we do?
User avatar #205 - majordraco (05/03/2014) [-]
Saying that sharia doesn't have it's roots founded in the fundamentals of the Quran you must not have spent much time on the subject, and the whole 99.999% figure is pure hyperbole.

I am talking about the Islamists in groups such as the Muslim brotherhood, and those who enforce strict sharia in their country to oppress women, gays and Christians, those fundamentalists are not all suicide bombers.
User avatar #207 - alltimetens (05/03/2014) [-]
Islam doesn't oppress women; Islamic fundamentalists do.

There's a difference between a religion and so-called followers that claim they follow said religion.

Furthermore, Egypt already has female government officials, does not require the hijaab/covering to be worn, and has female actresses and singers.
Remember that it wasn't until the 1950s when women were granted just as many rights as men were. And even in the U.S, gays are still oppressed.

And no, do the math, please. There are 1.5-1.7 billion Muslims.
User avatar #211 - majordraco (05/03/2014) [-]
>Islam doesn't oppress women; Islamic fundamentalists do.
This is what I have been saying, the whole point of my post.

>There's a difference between a religion and so-called followers that claim they follow said religion.
This is just two sides of the same coin, but fundamentalism does have roots in the Quran, and are just as legitimate.

>Furthermore, Egypt already has female government officials, does not require the hijaab/covering to be worn, and has female actresses and singers.
Remember that it wasn't until the 1950s when women were granted just as many rights as men were. And even in the U.S, gays are still oppressed.
Just because Egypt is getting better doesn't mean it is anywhere near what would be considered proper in the western world.

>And no, do the math, please. There are 1.5-1.7 billion Muslims.
Math already done for me 7-13% is the general consensus.
news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/6613963.stm
It's not just the bomber's or the actual terrorists, its those that believe such acts are warranted or justified.
User avatar #221 - alltimetens (05/03/2014) [-]
>This is what I have been saying, the whole point of my post
Well, you never considered/agreed with any of my points. Even after I explicitly stated that there is a shear difference between mainstream Muslims and politically-motivated, megalomaniacal individuals who have no intent on releasing their grasp on the Middle East.

>This is just two sides of the same coin, but fundamentalism does have roots in the Quran, and are just as legitimate.
If you said this to any mainstream Muslim, they'd laugh in your face.

The Westboro Baptist Church is based off of the Bible/Christianity. But does it mean that it is connected to the majority of Christian's beliefs? Fuck no.

Likewise, I can create my own division of Islam that cherry-picks quotes on violence in the Quran and promotes the killing of civilians. Is this fabricated division of Islam based off of the Quran? Yes. Is it legitimate? No.

>Just because Egypt is getting better doesn't mean it is anywhere near what would be considered proper in the western world.

What a biased perception. If you were open-minded with respect to this topic, you'd know that even the U.S still has its own flaws. Egypt's only issue is its attitude toward gays. And like I said before, the U.S itself still isn't 100% perfect in this matter.

BTW, women have been in the film industry for decades.

>Math already done for me 7-13% is the general consensus.
news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/6613963.stm
It's not just the bomber's or the actual terrorists, its those that believe such acts are warranted or justified.

This article is heavily biased. The Gallup Poll was the largest survey ever conducted on Muslims, in which 50 thousand Muslims in 35 countries were polled. The survey concluded that 93% of all Muslims did not agree with 9/11 and the like, whereas the 7% that did (a similar figure to what you cited) utilized POLITICAL reasons to defend their views. They didn't cite cherry-picked quotes from the Quran like many people here do.
User avatar #213 - majordraco (05/03/2014) [-]
Also look here
Dwindling Muslim Support for Terrorism www.pursuingholiness.com/pew-102876651-muslims-approve-of-suicide-bombing/
Too many support radical Islam and will use the Quran as basis for that
User avatar #222 - alltimetens (05/03/2014) [-]
Again, another heavily biased article.

www.gallup.com/poll/148763/muslim-americans-no-justification-violence.aspx

Here you will see that out of any group in the U.S, the most diverse country in the world, Muslim-American individuals repudiate acts of violence the most.

Now, I can easily make up a study that is based off of these figures that states
"Over 38% of Protestants tolerate war-crimes and war-related violence!"

But obviously, this would be simply twisting the minds of individuals.
User avatar #238 - majordraco (05/03/2014) [-]
Pew is very independent you can't claim a bias there, and just looking at the numbers it is far above 0.0001%, and even if you could produce your speculative numbers it wouldn't repudiate an acceptance and justification among too many Muslims of acts of terrorism, and that this is based in the Quran.
You asked for citation, and I think I have satisfied that request my position on the matter is not baseless.
User avatar #239 - alltimetens (05/04/2014) [-]
Suicide bombers?

So you're willing to tell me that 7-13% of Muslims are suicide bombers? Because that was what I asked you two comments ago.

If you're going to state that a fairly large percentage of Muslims agree to terrorism, then I could say that a fairly large number of Atheists/Protestants/Jews/etc. ALSO agree to terrorism.

But I won't do that. Why? Because it's misleading and imprints a fallacious image upon a quarter of humanity.
User avatar #240 - majordraco (05/04/2014) [-]
No, I said that 7-13% are Fundamental Islamist Extremists. You Brought up Suicide bombers, not sure why suicide bombers is relevant.

And the raw numbers give a good idea about how there are more terrorist sympathizers than you would like people to believe.

BUt since you have produced no substantial, or solid fact to rebut any of my statements I am more inclined to continue believing what the evidence shows.

Don't bother replying if you can not back up any of your statements with facts.
User avatar #241 - alltimetens (05/04/2014) [-]
I gave you the suicide bomber paradigm to give you a perspective on how little terrorists there are.

There's a difference between terrorism and extremism. Your argument is a strawman in that you aim to repudiate my claims by giving me unrelated examples.

You say that I have not attempted to rebut any of your claims, but I did in my previous two comments.

You cited that 7-13% of Muslims are extremists (ie. support violence.)

I said that these statistics were BIASED because they only focus on Muslims and do not compare these figures to other religious groups.

In response to this, I cited a Gallup poll in which it demonstrated that the 7-13% of extremist Muslims is actually VERY LOW when compared to other groups.

www.gallup.com/poll/148763/muslim-americans-no-justification-violence.aspx
#170 - Can you please give me any citations that substantiate your argument?  [+] (14 new replies) 05/03/2014 on Not exactly James Bond +1
User avatar #172 - majordraco (05/03/2014) [-]
Which part, that the fact that Fundemental Islamist theocracies exist? Or that Radical fundamental Islamism is based on the core values of the Quran?
User avatar #173 - alltimetens (05/03/2014) [-]
The former. You can't substantiate the latter just by cherry-picking a quote from the Qu'ran without any form of context and then claim that it promotes violence.
User avatar #191 - majordraco (05/03/2014) [-]
Just studying Sharia law, and the goal of achieving a global Caliphate, which is backed by the Quran you can see those are fundamentals rooted in the Quran.

I have formed these opinions over time from conversations with my Egyptian colleges and independent study of aspects of Islam.

None of this means that all Muslims believe in all the fundamental tenants of Islam and believe in all of sharia, but to ignore that it is a fundamental basis for most wrong with middle east and it's Islamist Theocracies, isn't correct either.
User avatar #192 - alltimetens (05/03/2014) [-]
Yeah... no.

While we're on the topic of Sharia Law, can you please direct me to the Book of Sharia Law?

You can't.

Want to know why?

IT DOESN'T EXIST!

Sharia Law is open to dozens of interpretations. And by saying that there is only ONE version of Sharia Law; one that promotes violence, intolerance, and hatred, you are EMPOWERING the extremists and contemporaneously drowning out the mainstream majority of Muslims.

Think of it like this. If there are 16,000 suicide bombers in the world (There aren't. But let's assume there are for the sake of argument) that is still 0.001% of the entire Muslim population. What about the other 99.999% of us? Why aren't the rest of us acting in the way that many claim we do?
User avatar #205 - majordraco (05/03/2014) [-]
Saying that sharia doesn't have it's roots founded in the fundamentals of the Quran you must not have spent much time on the subject, and the whole 99.999% figure is pure hyperbole.

I am talking about the Islamists in groups such as the Muslim brotherhood, and those who enforce strict sharia in their country to oppress women, gays and Christians, those fundamentalists are not all suicide bombers.
User avatar #207 - alltimetens (05/03/2014) [-]
Islam doesn't oppress women; Islamic fundamentalists do.

There's a difference between a religion and so-called followers that claim they follow said religion.

Furthermore, Egypt already has female government officials, does not require the hijaab/covering to be worn, and has female actresses and singers.
Remember that it wasn't until the 1950s when women were granted just as many rights as men were. And even in the U.S, gays are still oppressed.

And no, do the math, please. There are 1.5-1.7 billion Muslims.
User avatar #211 - majordraco (05/03/2014) [-]
>Islam doesn't oppress women; Islamic fundamentalists do.
This is what I have been saying, the whole point of my post.

>There's a difference between a religion and so-called followers that claim they follow said religion.
This is just two sides of the same coin, but fundamentalism does have roots in the Quran, and are just as legitimate.

>Furthermore, Egypt already has female government officials, does not require the hijaab/covering to be worn, and has female actresses and singers.
Remember that it wasn't until the 1950s when women were granted just as many rights as men were. And even in the U.S, gays are still oppressed.
Just because Egypt is getting better doesn't mean it is anywhere near what would be considered proper in the western world.

>And no, do the math, please. There are 1.5-1.7 billion Muslims.
Math already done for me 7-13% is the general consensus.
news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/6613963.stm
It's not just the bomber's or the actual terrorists, its those that believe such acts are warranted or justified.
User avatar #221 - alltimetens (05/03/2014) [-]
>This is what I have been saying, the whole point of my post
Well, you never considered/agreed with any of my points. Even after I explicitly stated that there is a shear difference between mainstream Muslims and politically-motivated, megalomaniacal individuals who have no intent on releasing their grasp on the Middle East.

>This is just two sides of the same coin, but fundamentalism does have roots in the Quran, and are just as legitimate.
If you said this to any mainstream Muslim, they'd laugh in your face.

The Westboro Baptist Church is based off of the Bible/Christianity. But does it mean that it is connected to the majority of Christian's beliefs? Fuck no.

Likewise, I can create my own division of Islam that cherry-picks quotes on violence in the Quran and promotes the killing of civilians. Is this fabricated division of Islam based off of the Quran? Yes. Is it legitimate? No.

>Just because Egypt is getting better doesn't mean it is anywhere near what would be considered proper in the western world.

What a biased perception. If you were open-minded with respect to this topic, you'd know that even the U.S still has its own flaws. Egypt's only issue is its attitude toward gays. And like I said before, the U.S itself still isn't 100% perfect in this matter.

BTW, women have been in the film industry for decades.

>Math already done for me 7-13% is the general consensus.
news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/6613963.stm
It's not just the bomber's or the actual terrorists, its those that believe such acts are warranted or justified.

This article is heavily biased. The Gallup Poll was the largest survey ever conducted on Muslims, in which 50 thousand Muslims in 35 countries were polled. The survey concluded that 93% of all Muslims did not agree with 9/11 and the like, whereas the 7% that did (a similar figure to what you cited) utilized POLITICAL reasons to defend their views. They didn't cite cherry-picked quotes from the Quran like many people here do.
User avatar #213 - majordraco (05/03/2014) [-]
Also look here
Dwindling Muslim Support for Terrorism www.pursuingholiness.com/pew-102876651-muslims-approve-of-suicide-bombing/
Too many support radical Islam and will use the Quran as basis for that
User avatar #222 - alltimetens (05/03/2014) [-]
Again, another heavily biased article.

www.gallup.com/poll/148763/muslim-americans-no-justification-violence.aspx

Here you will see that out of any group in the U.S, the most diverse country in the world, Muslim-American individuals repudiate acts of violence the most.

Now, I can easily make up a study that is based off of these figures that states
"Over 38% of Protestants tolerate war-crimes and war-related violence!"

But obviously, this would be simply twisting the minds of individuals.
User avatar #238 - majordraco (05/03/2014) [-]
Pew is very independent you can't claim a bias there, and just looking at the numbers it is far above 0.0001%, and even if you could produce your speculative numbers it wouldn't repudiate an acceptance and justification among too many Muslims of acts of terrorism, and that this is based in the Quran.
You asked for citation, and I think I have satisfied that request my position on the matter is not baseless.
User avatar #239 - alltimetens (05/04/2014) [-]
Suicide bombers?

So you're willing to tell me that 7-13% of Muslims are suicide bombers? Because that was what I asked you two comments ago.

If you're going to state that a fairly large percentage of Muslims agree to terrorism, then I could say that a fairly large number of Atheists/Protestants/Jews/etc. ALSO agree to terrorism.

But I won't do that. Why? Because it's misleading and imprints a fallacious image upon a quarter of humanity.
User avatar #240 - majordraco (05/04/2014) [-]
No, I said that 7-13% are Fundamental Islamist Extremists. You Brought up Suicide bombers, not sure why suicide bombers is relevant.

And the raw numbers give a good idea about how there are more terrorist sympathizers than you would like people to believe.

BUt since you have produced no substantial, or solid fact to rebut any of my statements I am more inclined to continue believing what the evidence shows.

Don't bother replying if you can not back up any of your statements with facts.
User avatar #241 - alltimetens (05/04/2014) [-]
I gave you the suicide bomber paradigm to give you a perspective on how little terrorists there are.

There's a difference between terrorism and extremism. Your argument is a strawman in that you aim to repudiate my claims by giving me unrelated examples.

You say that I have not attempted to rebut any of your claims, but I did in my previous two comments.

You cited that 7-13% of Muslims are extremists (ie. support violence.)

I said that these statistics were BIASED because they only focus on Muslims and do not compare these figures to other religious groups.

In response to this, I cited a Gallup poll in which it demonstrated that the 7-13% of extremist Muslims is actually VERY LOW when compared to other groups.

www.gallup.com/poll/148763/muslim-americans-no-justification-violence.aspx
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User avatar #243 - qazsa (05/04/2014) [-]
Uh no if you actually read I said it shows that muslims at the mosque didn't care if someone said they were muslim if they were an extremist, as in, just because they said they were muslim, that wasn't an excuse for being an extremist. I was trying to say what I actually said.
User avatar #244 - alltimetens (05/04/2014) [-]
Radical Muslim.

They exist. You can't report someone to the FBI as "Non-Muslim"
User avatar #245 - qazsa (05/05/2014) [-]
I don't think you are grasping the concept of what I'm saying.
User avatar #246 - alltimetens (05/05/2014) [-]
I guess I don't. From what I understand, however, there is nothing that shows that they don't care. If they didn't care, why would he have been reported?
User avatar #250 - qazsa (05/06/2014) [-]
I never said they didn't care, I was saying, they didn't care that he said he was a Muslim and reported him regardless.
User avatar #251 - alltimetens (05/06/2014) [-]
Yes, because clearly they were obligated to point out that he wasn't a Muslim.

And obviously you were there which proves that you know the full story...
User avatar #252 - qazsa (05/07/2014) [-]
OK you know what, whatever, you don't understand what I'm trying to say, I'm guessing English isn't your first language or whatever, if it is apologies, but honestly this is the most brain dead conversation where you are arguing against points I'm not making.
User avatar #253 - alltimetens (05/07/2014) [-]
Then please explain better because your use of language is awkward and not clear.
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User avatar #161 - qazsa (05/03/2014) [-]
I know they reported him to the FBI, nowhere in my comment did I say that they didn't, what are you trying to question?
User avatar #165 - alltimetens (05/03/2014) [-]
Well, you're saying that it shows that Muslims at the mosque didn't care if someone said they were a Muslim if they were extremist.

This is obviously contradictory to the post as the Muslims REPORTED the guy.
User avatar #243 - qazsa (05/04/2014) [-]
Uh no if you actually read I said it shows that muslims at the mosque didn't care if someone said they were muslim if they were an extremist, as in, just because they said they were muslim, that wasn't an excuse for being an extremist. I was trying to say what I actually said.
User avatar #244 - alltimetens (05/04/2014) [-]
Radical Muslim.

They exist. You can't report someone to the FBI as "Non-Muslim"
User avatar #245 - qazsa (05/05/2014) [-]
I don't think you are grasping the concept of what I'm saying.
User avatar #246 - alltimetens (05/05/2014) [-]
I guess I don't. From what I understand, however, there is nothing that shows that they don't care. If they didn't care, why would he have been reported?
User avatar #250 - qazsa (05/06/2014) [-]
I never said they didn't care, I was saying, they didn't care that he said he was a Muslim and reported him regardless.
User avatar #251 - alltimetens (05/06/2014) [-]
Yes, because clearly they were obligated to point out that he wasn't a Muslim.

And obviously you were there which proves that you know the full story...
User avatar #252 - qazsa (05/07/2014) [-]
OK you know what, whatever, you don't understand what I'm trying to say, I'm guessing English isn't your first language or whatever, if it is apologies, but honestly this is the most brain dead conversation where you are arguing against points I'm not making.
User avatar #253 - alltimetens (05/07/2014) [-]
Then please explain better because your use of language is awkward and not clear.
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User avatar #168 - majordraco (05/03/2014) [-]
That doesn't detract from the fact that the numbers of fundamentalist Islam is far greater threat and has much greater power than any fringe "Christian" organization. And you are mistaken about taking the Quran out of context, they are holding to its fundamentals.
User avatar #170 - alltimetens (05/03/2014) [-]
Can you please give me any citations that substantiate your argument?
User avatar #172 - majordraco (05/03/2014) [-]
Which part, that the fact that Fundemental Islamist theocracies exist? Or that Radical fundamental Islamism is based on the core values of the Quran?
User avatar #173 - alltimetens (05/03/2014) [-]
The former. You can't substantiate the latter just by cherry-picking a quote from the Qu'ran without any form of context and then claim that it promotes violence.
User avatar #191 - majordraco (05/03/2014) [-]
Just studying Sharia law, and the goal of achieving a global Caliphate, which is backed by the Quran you can see those are fundamentals rooted in the Quran.

I have formed these opinions over time from conversations with my Egyptian colleges and independent study of aspects of Islam.

None of this means that all Muslims believe in all the fundamental tenants of Islam and believe in all of sharia, but to ignore that it is a fundamental basis for most wrong with middle east and it's Islamist Theocracies, isn't correct either.
User avatar #192 - alltimetens (05/03/2014) [-]
Yeah... no.

While we're on the topic of Sharia Law, can you please direct me to the Book of Sharia Law?

You can't.

Want to know why?

IT DOESN'T EXIST!

Sharia Law is open to dozens of interpretations. And by saying that there is only ONE version of Sharia Law; one that promotes violence, intolerance, and hatred, you are EMPOWERING the extremists and contemporaneously drowning out the mainstream majority of Muslims.

Think of it like this. If there are 16,000 suicide bombers in the world (There aren't. But let's assume there are for the sake of argument) that is still 0.001% of the entire Muslim population. What about the other 99.999% of us? Why aren't the rest of us acting in the way that many claim we do?
User avatar #205 - majordraco (05/03/2014) [-]
Saying that sharia doesn't have it's roots founded in the fundamentals of the Quran you must not have spent much time on the subject, and the whole 99.999% figure is pure hyperbole.

I am talking about the Islamists in groups such as the Muslim brotherhood, and those who enforce strict sharia in their country to oppress women, gays and Christians, those fundamentalists are not all suicide bombers.
User avatar #207 - alltimetens (05/03/2014) [-]
Islam doesn't oppress women; Islamic fundamentalists do.

There's a difference between a religion and so-called followers that claim they follow said religion.

Furthermore, Egypt already has female government officials, does not require the hijaab/covering to be worn, and has female actresses and singers.
Remember that it wasn't until the 1950s when women were granted just as many rights as men were. And even in the U.S, gays are still oppressed.

And no, do the math, please. There are 1.5-1.7 billion Muslims.
User avatar #211 - majordraco (05/03/2014) [-]
>Islam doesn't oppress women; Islamic fundamentalists do.
This is what I have been saying, the whole point of my post.

>There's a difference between a religion and so-called followers that claim they follow said religion.
This is just two sides of the same coin, but fundamentalism does have roots in the Quran, and are just as legitimate.

>Furthermore, Egypt already has female government officials, does not require the hijaab/covering to be worn, and has female actresses and singers.
Remember that it wasn't until the 1950s when women were granted just as many rights as men were. And even in the U.S, gays are still oppressed.
Just because Egypt is getting better doesn't mean it is anywhere near what would be considered proper in the western world.

>And no, do the math, please. There are 1.5-1.7 billion Muslims.
Math already done for me 7-13% is the general consensus.
news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/6613963.stm
It's not just the bomber's or the actual terrorists, its those that believe such acts are warranted or justified.
User avatar #221 - alltimetens (05/03/2014) [-]
>This is what I have been saying, the whole point of my post
Well, you never considered/agreed with any of my points. Even after I explicitly stated that there is a shear difference between mainstream Muslims and politically-motivated, megalomaniacal individuals who have no intent on releasing their grasp on the Middle East.

>This is just two sides of the same coin, but fundamentalism does have roots in the Quran, and are just as legitimate.
If you said this to any mainstream Muslim, they'd laugh in your face.

The Westboro Baptist Church is based off of the Bible/Christianity. But does it mean that it is connected to the majority of Christian's beliefs? Fuck no.

Likewise, I can create my own division of Islam that cherry-picks quotes on violence in the Quran and promotes the killing of civilians. Is this fabricated division of Islam based off of the Quran? Yes. Is it legitimate? No.

>Just because Egypt is getting better doesn't mean it is anywhere near what would be considered proper in the western world.

What a biased perception. If you were open-minded with respect to this topic, you'd know that even the U.S still has its own flaws. Egypt's only issue is its attitude toward gays. And like I said before, the U.S itself still isn't 100% perfect in this matter.

BTW, women have been in the film industry for decades.

>Math already done for me 7-13% is the general consensus.
news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/6613963.stm
It's not just the bomber's or the actual terrorists, its those that believe such acts are warranted or justified.

This article is heavily biased. The Gallup Poll was the largest survey ever conducted on Muslims, in which 50 thousand Muslims in 35 countries were polled. The survey concluded that 93% of all Muslims did not agree with 9/11 and the like, whereas the 7% that did (a similar figure to what you cited) utilized POLITICAL reasons to defend their views. They didn't cite cherry-picked quotes from the Quran like many people here do.
User avatar #213 - majordraco (05/03/2014) [-]
Also look here
Dwindling Muslim Support for Terrorism www.pursuingholiness.com/pew-102876651-muslims-approve-of-suicide-bombing/
Too many support radical Islam and will use the Quran as basis for that
User avatar #222 - alltimetens (05/03/2014) [-]
Again, another heavily biased article.

www.gallup.com/poll/148763/muslim-americans-no-justification-violence.aspx

Here you will see that out of any group in the U.S, the most diverse country in the world, Muslim-American individuals repudiate acts of violence the most.

Now, I can easily make up a study that is based off of these figures that states
"Over 38% of Protestants tolerate war-crimes and war-related violence!"

But obviously, this would be simply twisting the minds of individuals.
User avatar #238 - majordraco (05/03/2014) [-]
Pew is very independent you can't claim a bias there, and just looking at the numbers it is far above 0.0001%, and even if you could produce your speculative numbers it wouldn't repudiate an acceptance and justification among too many Muslims of acts of terrorism, and that this is based in the Quran.
You asked for citation, and I think I have satisfied that request my position on the matter is not baseless.
User avatar #239 - alltimetens (05/04/2014) [-]
Suicide bombers?

So you're willing to tell me that 7-13% of Muslims are suicide bombers? Because that was what I asked you two comments ago.

If you're going to state that a fairly large percentage of Muslims agree to terrorism, then I could say that a fairly large number of Atheists/Protestants/Jews/etc. ALSO agree to terrorism.

But I won't do that. Why? Because it's misleading and imprints a fallacious image upon a quarter of humanity.
User avatar #240 - majordraco (05/04/2014) [-]
No, I said that 7-13% are Fundamental Islamist Extremists. You Brought up Suicide bombers, not sure why suicide bombers is relevant.

And the raw numbers give a good idea about how there are more terrorist sympathizers than you would like people to believe.

BUt since you have produced no substantial, or solid fact to rebut any of my statements I am more inclined to continue believing what the evidence shows.

Don't bother replying if you can not back up any of your statements with facts.
User avatar #241 - alltimetens (05/04/2014) [-]
I gave you the suicide bomber paradigm to give you a perspective on how little terrorists there are.

There's a difference between terrorism and extremism. Your argument is a strawman in that you aim to repudiate my claims by giving me unrelated examples.

You say that I have not attempted to rebut any of your claims, but I did in my previous two comments.

You cited that 7-13% of Muslims are extremists (ie. support violence.)

I said that these statistics were BIASED because they only focus on Muslims and do not compare these figures to other religious groups.

In response to this, I cited a Gallup poll in which it demonstrated that the 7-13% of extremist Muslims is actually VERY LOW when compared to other groups.

www.gallup.com/poll/148763/muslim-americans-no-justification-violence.aspx
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User avatar #181 - pumkinz (07/06/2015) [-]
pirateseatcarrots is from yemen and you're from saudi arabia? You two should have a durka durka jihad party sometime
User avatar #180 - themagicdalek (06/11/2015) [-]
all tim t1en fj
#179 - mahaiz (04/30/2015) [-]
mfw entering your profile   
   
Mainly your name caught my interest.
mfw entering your profile

Mainly your name caught my interest.
User avatar #166 - badmotorfinger ONLINE (03/09/2015) [-]
sup man aint talked in a while
User avatar #167 to #166 - alltimetens (03/09/2015) [-]
Hiya! Glad you stI'll remember me
User avatar #168 to #167 - badmotorfinger ONLINE (03/09/2015) [-]
yeah, you're the iviagic guy
User avatar #170 to #168 - alltimetens (03/09/2015) [-]
Shhhhh
User avatar #171 to #170 - badmotorfinger ONLINE (03/09/2015) [-]
haha whoops
cover blown
User avatar #169 to #168 - badmotorfinger ONLINE (03/09/2015) [-]
that was forever ago
User avatar #172 to #169 - alltimetens (03/09/2015) [-]
Yeah
2015 already... good lord
User avatar #173 to #172 - badmotorfinger ONLINE (03/09/2015) [-]
2010 still feels like 2 years ago
User avatar #175 to #173 - alltimetens (03/09/2015) [-]
Tell me about it. remember gangnam style? Felix Baumgartner? 2012 has been my favorite year so far.
User avatar #176 to #175 - badmotorfinger ONLINE (03/09/2015) [-]
how could i forget gangnam style? or staying up on dec 21st to see whether or not i'd die
good times
User avatar #177 to #176 - alltimetens (03/09/2015) [-]
I remember spending hours and hours on skyrim. Loved that game dearly

When we're old, we'll be some weird ass grandparents
User avatar #178 to #177 - badmotorfinger ONLINE (03/09/2015) [-]
i just want to live to see america turn 300
User avatar #174 to #173 - badmotorfinger ONLINE (03/09/2015) [-]
so what have you been up to?
User avatar #163 - joshlol (12/21/2014) [-]
**joshlol waves at you**
User avatar #164 to #163 - alltimetens (12/21/2014) [-]
hey

i know nobody ever lived you before...


but i sorta like you
User avatar #165 to #164 - joshlol (12/21/2014) [-]
I'm not worth liking.

But thanks, what's up?
#162 - syrianassassin (05/31/2014) [-]
because you are new in the religion board, you must know what your enemy will do to your opinions

this is my first post in the religion board i talked with ethics and total respect and look what happened

www.funnyjunk.com/religion/54159#54159


now i am a troll who troll atheist trolls using their own logic and piss them off using their own life system and belief

new atheism =/= atheism

new atheism mean you shall be a total asshole against religion no matter how logical the answer is given

the board is full of heretics and you shall take care
#159 - syrianassassin (05/31/2014) [-]
i see you are a christian who came for some question in the religion board, and all you saw is some faggots trolling and ************
User avatar #160 to #159 - alltimetens (05/31/2014) [-]
I'm not really a Christian. I'm more of an agnostic.
User avatar #161 to #160 - syrianassassin (05/31/2014) [-]
and when you wanted answer, all you found is some new atheism bitches and cock sucking tranny faggots trolling you with nonsense
right?
#149 - anon (04/08/2014) [-]
hey your the guy from youtube
i like your videos dude
User avatar #154 to #149 - tranquilizer ONLINE (04/20/2014) [-]
He's not them
User avatar #155 to #154 - badmotorfinger ONLINE (05/02/2014) [-]
get the euthanization needle. they're becoming aware.
User avatar #156 to #155 - tranquilizer ONLINE (05/02/2014) [-]
Wait
Where did you come from
The future?
#157 to #156 - nickypickle (05/23/2014) [-]
I dunno if all this charade about being the one on youtube or not is all part of a 'sekretu klub' thing but its really getting to the point where someone needs some answers

yes? no? why is this such an issue I dont understand
User avatar #158 to #157 - tranquilizer ONLINE (05/23/2014) [-]
Where do you people keep coming from I'm scared ;_;
#143 - zafara (04/07/2014) [-]
And with the mildly aroused Karasu picture, I am finished. Sorry for the spamish stuff, but you did ask me to and they do make good reaction images.
User avatar #145 to #143 - alltimetens (04/07/2014) [-]
No problem, man.

I appreciate all these reaction pics. Fukken savin' all of em'. I'm glad there are others here who have enjoyed the same anime as I.
User avatar #146 to #145 - zafara (04/07/2014) [-]
Might be an odd thing to say, but you might want to join Tumblr. A lot of us are actually males who enjoy certain fandoms and have deep discussions about them, especially with Yu Yu Hakusho.

Might I suggest Kill La Kill or HunterXHunter? The latter apparently takes place in the future of Yu Yu Hakusho. Of course, Inuyasha is said to take place in the past, with Kikyo being Raizen's original daughter.
User avatar #147 to #146 - alltimetens (04/07/2014) [-]
Damn... I better get watching.
User avatar #148 to #147 - zafara (04/07/2014) [-]
Go for Inuyasha first. I feel like Yu Yu Hakusho took a lot from that show. "Ooohhh we're losing viewers during the Dark Tournament, better show them Kurama's true form!" Fricken love child of Sesshomaru and Inuyasha (Which given Sesshomaru's mother isn't entirely out of the question even though they are a different species). Also, character types for both Toguro brothers, Bui, Karasu, and others were in that show.
#142 - zafara (04/07/2014) [-]
Sometimes I edit a strikethrough over the 'not' to make a joke.
#140 - zafara (04/07/2014) [-]
Comment Picture
#139 - zafara (04/07/2014) [-]
This is my wallpaper and icon
#138 - zafara (04/07/2014) [-]
This too.
This too.
#137 - zafara (04/07/2014) [-]
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#136 - zafara (04/07/2014) [-]
By the way, there is a user named Toguro here, but they aren't named after this Toguro.
By the way, there is a user named Toguro here, but they aren't named after this Toguro.
#150 to #136 - toguro (04/17/2014) [-]
You like telling everyone that don'tcha?
User avatar #151 to #150 - zafara (04/17/2014) [-]
Well, we were talking about Toguro anyway. You usually pop up whenever Toguro is mentioned, so I wanted to let him know that you would probably show up. I also wanted to warn him that you don't really watch the show and named yourself Toguro after something else so that they didn't ask you questions about Yu Yu Hakusho you don't know.

Basically, I wanted to save some time by warning him that while you have the name, you don't know the show.

You know what I'm trying to say?
#152 to #151 - toguro (04/17/2014) [-]
Yeah I understood the 4th time you did it - I dont mind really
User avatar #153 to #152 - zafara (04/17/2014) [-]
I didn't think I was mentioning you that much. Sorry.
#135 - zafara (04/07/2014) [-]
This works as a good, I am mildly confused and/or disturbed by what I see
#132 - zafara (04/07/2014) [-]
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