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#24 - Yeah, a bad way of sticking. 01/27/2013 on Parents take note! -12
#21 - And reading the rest is really all that impressive?  [+] (4 new replies) 01/27/2013 on review of the bible -1
User avatar #22 - mynameisgeorge (01/27/2013) [-]
Well, considering it's a staple of Western society, which you are almost certainly a part of, yes.

Books of the Bible and philosophies based on them, such as those of Thomas Aquinas and Augustine are incredibly thought provoking and used in pretty much every college level philosophy-class

It's not just "Hurrrr god iz reel nd every1 who disagrrees iz a retart hurr", and most Christians know it is mostly allegorical besides the multiple censuses and historically accurate events that they use religion to describe.
User avatar #23 - anonionbagel (01/27/2013) [-]
I'd rather not argue any further, but the interpretation and outright clarity of what has been in that belief system has brought more violence than it ever has good. If you need a fairy tale book to guide your thoughts of right and wrong instead of your own humanity, that says you can't think for yourself. Your defending one of the most zealous beliefs in history, just because people of society throughout history who have made achievements have been apart of it, doesn't mean ones who done things in the name of it have been on good grounds. It's a sick religion, don't try and justify everything about it.
User avatar #24 - mynameisgeorge (01/27/2013) [-]
There are no wars of religion, only wars for power under the guise of religion, if the Crusades were truly about religion, they would not have wasted valuable time or men conquering all of Northern Africa if they could have just gone through Europe. The Inquisition was to ensure the power of the monarchy of Spain, even the Salem witch trials was to ensure order.

If you want to use that logic, I could say that Mao, Stalin, and Pol Pot all wanted to eliminate religion, which they said they did. By that logic atheism is far more murderous than Christianity, but looking at it from a relativistic and realistic point of view, it is not religion that causes war or violence, it is people.
User avatar #25 - anonionbagel (01/27/2013) [-]
Let's just cut the argument here. I'd go on, but I don't want to keep coming back to this page.
#22 - You could actually teach them, by telling them why it's BAD to…  [+] (5 new replies) 01/27/2013 on Parents take note! -21
User avatar #68 - teoberry (01/27/2013) [-]
Do you honestly think that will work? Here's my example. My basketball team, we played with zero energy. We'd start off good, then get bored. Coach talks to us twice, nothing happens. Finally, he makes us do the war horse drill 2 times. That is a fucking difficult drill. Next game, we're playing like beasts. Kids need to understand that there is a punishment for everything. A talking to will not do the job.
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User avatar #23 - basilbrush (01/27/2013) [-]
Well, that can work, but how do we know this is the first time this kids been caught bullying? We can't just assume he is being abused by one picture, so he could be a complete little cunt all the time and this was the last straw, maybe the mother is a bit drastic, we'll never know. But I think this is better than beating the kid or letting him off, and it'll probably stick with him for a long time.
User avatar #24 - anonionbagel (01/27/2013) [-]
Yeah, a bad way of sticking.
#19 - Or, it could just be elves and orcs and hobbits and evil lords…  [+] (6 new replies) 01/27/2013 on review of the bible -1
User avatar #20 - mynameisgeorge (01/27/2013) [-]
Tolkien's devout Catholic faith was a significant factor in the conversion of C. S. Lewis from atheism to Christianity, although Tolkien was dismayed that Lewis chose to join the Church of England.[95]

And I'm absolutely positive you haven't read the Bible, besides looking up "contradictory Bible quotes" to impress all your friends in the 5th grade.
User avatar #21 - anonionbagel (01/27/2013) [-]
And reading the rest is really all that impressive?
User avatar #22 - mynameisgeorge (01/27/2013) [-]
Well, considering it's a staple of Western society, which you are almost certainly a part of, yes.

Books of the Bible and philosophies based on them, such as those of Thomas Aquinas and Augustine are incredibly thought provoking and used in pretty much every college level philosophy-class

It's not just "Hurrrr god iz reel nd every1 who disagrrees iz a retart hurr", and most Christians know it is mostly allegorical besides the multiple censuses and historically accurate events that they use religion to describe.
User avatar #23 - anonionbagel (01/27/2013) [-]
I'd rather not argue any further, but the interpretation and outright clarity of what has been in that belief system has brought more violence than it ever has good. If you need a fairy tale book to guide your thoughts of right and wrong instead of your own humanity, that says you can't think for yourself. Your defending one of the most zealous beliefs in history, just because people of society throughout history who have made achievements have been apart of it, doesn't mean ones who done things in the name of it have been on good grounds. It's a sick religion, don't try and justify everything about it.
User avatar #24 - mynameisgeorge (01/27/2013) [-]
There are no wars of religion, only wars for power under the guise of religion, if the Crusades were truly about religion, they would not have wasted valuable time or men conquering all of Northern Africa if they could have just gone through Europe. The Inquisition was to ensure the power of the monarchy of Spain, even the Salem witch trials was to ensure order.

If you want to use that logic, I could say that Mao, Stalin, and Pol Pot all wanted to eliminate religion, which they said they did. By that logic atheism is far more murderous than Christianity, but looking at it from a relativistic and realistic point of view, it is not religion that causes war or violence, it is people.
User avatar #25 - anonionbagel (01/27/2013) [-]
Let's just cut the argument here. I'd go on, but I don't want to keep coming back to this page.
#19 - Great lesson, someone bullies someone, so you bully them back.…  [+] (14 new replies) 01/27/2013 on Parents take note! -32
#40 - javalavalay (01/27/2013) [-]
You must have been spoiled and pampered all your life.

probably never seen a belt up your ass in your life.



I hope kony takes your ass.
User avatar #43 - anonionbagel (01/27/2013) [-]
Wow, you must feel amazing. That belt must still be up there.
User avatar #56 - javalavalay (01/27/2013) [-]
and i didnt even thumb you down.

cause i no cunt like yo mama
User avatar #61 - anonionbagel (01/27/2013) [-]
Doesn't make you any better, either. You can stop commenting any time you like.
#62 - javalavalay (01/27/2013) [-]
Don't tell me what to do Onion slut,

Im a 12 year old who needs you small std coated penis attention.
User avatar #66 - anonionbagel (01/27/2013) [-]
I'm going to stop commenting now...
#46 - javalavalay (01/27/2013) [-]
And someone still has to teach you the difference between who's right and who's a dumbass.

User avatar #21 - basilbrush (01/27/2013) [-]
It's called punishment. Shouldn't really praise bullying or ignore it.
User avatar #22 - anonionbagel (01/27/2013) [-]
You could actually teach them, by telling them why it's BAD to mentally and physically hurt others through vocal communication.
User avatar #68 - teoberry (01/27/2013) [-]
Do you honestly think that will work? Here's my example. My basketball team, we played with zero energy. We'd start off good, then get bored. Coach talks to us twice, nothing happens. Finally, he makes us do the war horse drill 2 times. That is a fucking difficult drill. Next game, we're playing like beasts. Kids need to understand that there is a punishment for everything. A talking to will not do the job.
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User avatar #23 - basilbrush (01/27/2013) [-]
Well, that can work, but how do we know this is the first time this kids been caught bullying? We can't just assume he is being abused by one picture, so he could be a complete little cunt all the time and this was the last straw, maybe the mother is a bit drastic, we'll never know. But I think this is better than beating the kid or letting him off, and it'll probably stick with him for a long time.
User avatar #24 - anonionbagel (01/27/2013) [-]
Yeah, a bad way of sticking.
#1 - Why was I so expecting the first comment to be "Because i… 01/27/2013 on Diamonds +5
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#33 - Go on. 01/27/2013 on 20 bestselling mobile all time -3
#17 - Yeah, all those books with good guys and bad guys, they must t…  [+] (8 new replies) 01/27/2013 on review of the bible -3
User avatar #18 - mynameisgeorge (01/27/2013) [-]
JR Tolkien was a HUGE Christian, there are tons of symbols, allusions, and allegories to the religion in both LOTR and the Hobbit.

The ring is symbolic of temptation and evil, orcs, who used to be elves and were corrupted are fallen angels, elves are angels with their eternal life, magic, and wisdom, Valinor is heaven, etc etc
User avatar #19 - anonionbagel (01/27/2013) [-]
Or, it could just be elves and orcs and hobbits and evil lords and wizards. And if it is a symbolism, at least they actually did something; nothing even progresses in the bible, it's like a whiny diary that involves lots of rape and mass genocides.
User avatar #20 - mynameisgeorge (01/27/2013) [-]
Tolkien's devout Catholic faith was a significant factor in the conversion of C. S. Lewis from atheism to Christianity, although Tolkien was dismayed that Lewis chose to join the Church of England.[95]

And I'm absolutely positive you haven't read the Bible, besides looking up "contradictory Bible quotes" to impress all your friends in the 5th grade.
User avatar #21 - anonionbagel (01/27/2013) [-]
And reading the rest is really all that impressive?
User avatar #22 - mynameisgeorge (01/27/2013) [-]
Well, considering it's a staple of Western society, which you are almost certainly a part of, yes.

Books of the Bible and philosophies based on them, such as those of Thomas Aquinas and Augustine are incredibly thought provoking and used in pretty much every college level philosophy-class

It's not just "Hurrrr god iz reel nd every1 who disagrrees iz a retart hurr", and most Christians know it is mostly allegorical besides the multiple censuses and historically accurate events that they use religion to describe.
User avatar #23 - anonionbagel (01/27/2013) [-]
I'd rather not argue any further, but the interpretation and outright clarity of what has been in that belief system has brought more violence than it ever has good. If you need a fairy tale book to guide your thoughts of right and wrong instead of your own humanity, that says you can't think for yourself. Your defending one of the most zealous beliefs in history, just because people of society throughout history who have made achievements have been apart of it, doesn't mean ones who done things in the name of it have been on good grounds. It's a sick religion, don't try and justify everything about it.
User avatar #24 - mynameisgeorge (01/27/2013) [-]
There are no wars of religion, only wars for power under the guise of religion, if the Crusades were truly about religion, they would not have wasted valuable time or men conquering all of Northern Africa if they could have just gone through Europe. The Inquisition was to ensure the power of the monarchy of Spain, even the Salem witch trials was to ensure order.

If you want to use that logic, I could say that Mao, Stalin, and Pol Pot all wanted to eliminate religion, which they said they did. By that logic atheism is far more murderous than Christianity, but looking at it from a relativistic and realistic point of view, it is not religion that causes war or violence, it is people.
User avatar #25 - anonionbagel (01/27/2013) [-]
Let's just cut the argument here. I'd go on, but I don't want to keep coming back to this page.
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#95 - *word Hope nobody interpreted my statement wrong... 01/26/2013 on Evolution of Earth +6
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User avatar #75 - anonionbagel (01/26/2013) [-]
I love you.
#77 - GingerCOM (01/26/2013) [-]
#77 - Do people even know what the world evolution means?  [+] (2 new replies) 01/26/2013 on Evolution of Earth +65
#161 - anonymous (01/26/2013) [-]
Yea its the pokemon thing.
User avatar #95 - anonionbagel (01/26/2013) [-]
*word
Hope nobody interpreted my statement wrong...
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