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#38 - I like how Atheists brag about how nun-judgemental they are, y…  [+] (7 new replies) 10/31/2012 on Rapture +7
User avatar #39 - cullenatorguy (10/31/2012) [-]
Don't group atheists together like a religion. People can do that with religion because there is a set doctrine for each belief system. The only thing all atheists have in common is the disbelief in any deity.

On to your comment, sir, I'm judgmental as fuck. I won't hide, fuck religion. As for other atheists, I can't speak for them.
User avatar #45 - doctrine (10/31/2012) [-]
You always mention my name in comments.
Idk man
#47 - cullenatorguy (10/31/2012) [-]
It's cause you're sexy as fuck.
User avatar #42 - captainfuckitall (10/31/2012) [-]
A religion doesn't have to have a doctrine. Atheism IS a belief system, weither you'd like to admit it or not. It's the belief that no deity exists.

As am I, but it's unfair to judge all religious people based upon the actions of a few, just like it's unfair for me to lump all Atheists together.
User avatar #46 - cullenatorguy (10/31/2012) [-]
I don't judge the people, I judge the religion and what it tells people.

Atheism is not a belief system, it is a belief. System implies that it has rules, a doctrine, anything else that comes with a system.

I believe that the sun is a square. Is that a belief or a belief system?
User avatar #48 - captainfuckitall (10/31/2012) [-]
If you judge religion and what it tells people, then it's awfully misguided of you to dislike all of them, considering there are religion like Buddhism which advocate ONLY peace and non-violence and kindness under all circumstances.

We're not doing trivia, I get what you're saying
User avatar #54 - cullenatorguy (10/31/2012) [-]
Buddhism is nice, but it seems kind of ignorant. They base their beliefs completely on their feelings, emotions, meditation, all dat shit. I'm fine with what they've got to say though.
#141 - I don't think Hitler actually killed his dog. I mean, propagan…  [+] (1 new reply) 10/29/2012 on Hitler did good +2
#195 - johnconnorone (10/29/2012) [-]
Assuming his dog was with him, i wouldnt want my dog being beaten or shot by some stranger. I would want to know it was safe even if it wasnt with me.
#2 - That's alright, I understand. I don't mean to force anything u… 10/27/2012 on Attention, Ladies and... +1
#5 - I like how you changed the description after my comment  [+] (1 new reply) 10/25/2012 on Learn....LEARRRN. 0
User avatar #6 - badasstoaster (10/25/2012) [-]
I like how you're still complaining about it.
#1 - "Go go hang yourself yourself"?  [+] (3 new replies) 10/25/2012 on Learn....LEARRRN. +7
#2 - badasstoaster (10/25/2012) [-]
User avatar #5 - captainfuckitall (10/25/2012) [-]
I like how you changed the description after my comment
User avatar #6 - badasstoaster (10/25/2012) [-]
I like how you're still complaining about it.
#1068591 - What the **** do you want? 10/22/2012 on Play items 0
#88 - I'm fairly sure that's sarcasm, but it's rather hard to tell s… 10/22/2012 on so true 0
#78 - Not in the least. I believe in a god, as do many people; the o… 10/22/2012 on so true +3
#48 - Yet many still follow rules from it WHEN and ONLY when it suit…  [+] (1 new reply) 10/22/2012 on so true +3
User avatar #57 - conquer (10/22/2012) [-]
im not arguing that. im a social person and have come to realize that all people can be fickle douche bags. i was just pointing out that you specifically mentioned christianity but the verses quoted came from hebrew law and not christian law. yes, both religions follow the same God, but many rules (especially pertaining to crime and punishment as well as atonement for sin) were changed upon the introduction of the new law
#38 - Nonsense, it's straight from the Old Testament, which counts f…  [+] (11 new replies) 10/22/2012 on so true +6
User avatar #41 - conquer (10/22/2012) [-]
christians follow the new testament because the old law was done away with when jesus was resurrected... the old testament is kept in christian bibles for historical reference
User avatar #103 - cullenatorguy (10/22/2012) [-]
Also God is supposed to be infallible, right? He's infinite, yes? This would mean his laws are as well. Any change to a law or set of laws goes against the whole idea of an omnipotent infallible god. God doesn't change, societies do. That doesn't mean people can just forget the old laws because it goes against their morals. God's morals are not your morals. By not following the Old Testament laws, which are in fact Christian, you put man over God. To say that the Old Testament isn't Christian is ignorant and stupid. Christians follow the Bible, and the Bible is made up of two parts, the Old Testament and the New Testament. If you weren't supposed to follow the Old Testament, it wouldn't be in the Bible.
User avatar #178 - conquer (10/23/2012) [-]
Yes, God is infinite and infallible. Man is not. The rules absolutely HAVE changed as society has grown and that change was promised to the Jews in the Old Testament. do you realize that the bible has three different religions in the mix? The first is Patriarchal law, this lasted from the beginning of time for all of mankind, then continued to the time of Jesus for all Non-Jewish people. The next is Mosaic (spelling?) Law, which was specifically for the Jews who were God's chosen people, which lasted from the time of Moses until the time of Jesus. Then there is Christianity which goes back to an all-encompassing world religion. The base rules have always remained the same, for example, 9 out of 10 commandments being reinstated in the Christian faith. the one change being the removal of keeping the Sabbath as worship was moved from Saturday to Sunday. Worship itself has also changed, the introduction of communion and baptism. The New Testament doesn't require circumcision, there was even a dispute between Jesus and his followers when they tried to push converted Gentiles to have their foreskin removed.

tl;dr? too bad. i don't feel like summarizing
User avatar #180 - cullenatorguy (10/23/2012) [-]
See bottom reply first

One of the most shocking things to Christians and Jews is that the 10 Commandments they have learned in school are NOT the ones God wrote in stone. Do you remember Judge Roy Moore? He was the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Alabama who had a copy of the 10 Commandments etched on wooden tablets hanging in his court room. From 2001 to 2003 there were a number of legal battles which ultimately lead to his removal from office (Roy Moore recently announced his intention to run for President as a Republican for the 2012 elections). What Roy Moore didn’t know (and all he had to do was read Exodus to see), was that the list of commandments over which he lost his job were never written on stone tablets. That’s right, according to the Bible; the commonly known 10 Commandments were only spoken in speeches, and were never written on stone tablets!
Let’s take a minute to remember the story of Moses and the 10 Commandments. In the story, Moses goes up the mountain and God gives a really long speech (Exodus 20 to 31). In that speech God talks about the not killing, stealing, etc. (Exodus 20), but spends far more time discussing the offerings he wants, how to build his temple, and how he wants his curtain made (check out Exodus 26 for details on Gods curtains). It’s not until the last sentence of Exodus 31 that we even hear about stone tablets. God gives Moses two tablets written by the finger of God (it is not stated at that time what is written on the tablets), and orders him down off the mountain.
User avatar #181 - cullenatorguy (10/23/2012) [-]
When Moses comes down from the mountain, carrying the stone tablets (that he never read), he finds the people worshipping a golden calf. Moses destroys the tablets in a fit of rage and is eventually forced to schlep back up the mountain in order to get another set. It is not until this second set of tablets, also written on stone and by the hand of God, that we learn what was written on both the first and second set of stone tablets (see Exodus 34). This second set is the only set that is called the 10 Commandments by the Bible (the Decalogue), and it is the set that is carried in the Arc of the Covenant and housed in the Temple on the Mound and worshipped by Jews for hundreds of years.
So where does the confusion come in? In Deuteronomy 5, Moses calls his people together to remind them about the long speech God had given them many years earlier. By this time most of the people to whom he was speaking were the children born in the desert and had not heard the original speech, and Moses was quite old. What Moses reminds them of is only the very first part of the long speech, the part in Exodus 20. Moses inaccurately states (in Deuteronomy 5:22) that God gave him two tablets of stone with Exodus 20 written on them, when in fact the stone tablets have Exodus 34 written on them.
User avatar #182 - cullenatorguy (10/23/2012) [-]
So if you believe what the Bible says, Exodus 34 is the ONLY Ten Commandments and the ONLY thing ever written by the hand of God. Exodus 20 is never put in stone and is only given out as a speech along with a very long list of construction activities. So what are the real 10 Commandments? Below you will find the 10 Commandments that were written on stone by the hand of God, were worshipped by Jews, carried in the Arc, and placed in the Temple (a commonly used breakdown):

1. Obey the commandments. Yahweh will conquer the Amorites, Canaanites, Hittites, Perizzites, Hivites, and Jebusites. Be careful not to make a treaty with those who live in the land where you are going, or they will be a snare among you. Break down their altars, smash their sacred stones, and cut down their Asherah poles.

2. Do not worship any other god, for Yahweh, whose name is Jealous, is a jealous god. Do not make treaties with those in other lands who worship other gods.

3. Do not make cast idols.

4. Celebrate the Feast of Unleavened Bread. For seven days eat bread made without yeast during the first month of the Hebrew Year.

5. Sacrifice the first-born of every womb, including all the firstborn males of your livestock. You can sacrifice a lamb in place of a firstborn donkey, but if you do sacrifice the donkey break its neck. If your firstborn child is a boy sacrifice something else in its place. None shall appear before Yahweh without a sacrifice.

6. Do not work on the Sabbath, even during the plowing season and harvest you must rest.

User avatar #183 - cullenatorguy (10/23/2012) [-]
7. Celebrate the Jewish holiday “The Feast of Weeks” with the first fruits of the wheat harvest and celebrate the Jewish holiday “The Feast of Ingathering” at the turn of the year. Three times a year all your men are to appear before the god of Israel and he will conquer surrounding nations before you enlarging your territory.

8. Do not mix blood sacrifices to Yahweh with yeast and do not let any sacrifice from the Passover Feast remain until morning.

9. Bring the first fruits of your land to the house of Yahweh, your god.

10. Do not cook a baby goat in his mother’s milk.

So, according to the only stone plates that made it off the mountain, that were ever read by anyone, and the last thing ever hand-written by God, killing, stealing, coveting, and bearing false witness are all OK. But boiling a baby goat in his mother’s milk… that’s a sin!

Everything above was in that article. I didn't send you the link because it has other things irrelevant to this discussion.

Here's the link if you want it:
http://www.atheistconnect . org/2011/07/31/the-top-10-shocking-things-christians-don%E2%80%99t-know-about-th e-bible/

User avatar #179 - cullenatorguy (10/23/2012) [-]
God's rules don't change though, right? Can you point out in the Bible where it says that each of the three "types" of laws are assigned to different groups of people?

You say "Christian faith" like there's a doctrine that covers all of Christianity. I'm here to tell you there isn't. The only thing that connects all Christians is the belief that Jesus was the son of God. Everything else is different.

If you read the "10 Commandments" you'll see that it says to "Keep the Sabbath holy", not "Keep the Sabbath on Saturday."

I put "10 Commandments" in quotation marks because they aren't the original 10 commandments. I'll see if I can fit the article that explains it better than I can in another reply.
User avatar #96 - cullenatorguy (10/22/2012) [-]
Matthew 5:17

Jebus just made it so no more sacrifices had to be made. Bitches still gotta kill each other and shit.
User avatar #48 - captainfuckitall (10/22/2012) [-]
Yet many still follow rules from it WHEN and ONLY when it suits them. They pick and choose, my friend
User avatar #57 - conquer (10/22/2012) [-]
im not arguing that. im a social person and have come to realize that all people can be fickle douche bags. i was just pointing out that you specifically mentioned christianity but the verses quoted came from hebrew law and not christian law. yes, both religions follow the same God, but many rules (especially pertaining to crime and punishment as well as atonement for sin) were changed upon the introduction of the new law
#37 - Makes sense. Thank you for granting me the pleasure of this co…  [+] (1 new reply) 10/22/2012 on so true 0
User avatar #45 - Compootor (10/22/2012) [-]
Thank YOU for making it pleasant.
#28 - But surely you know how many people were persecuted by the Rom…  [+] (8 new replies) 10/22/2012 on so true +2
User avatar #33 - Compootor (10/22/2012) [-]
Of course I've CONSIDERED the possibility, my friend, but there you see the whole point. Faith is meaningless if you KNOW the truth. I don't claim to know that Jesus was the Messiah, It's simply what I believe. In much the same way that you don't KNOW that he wasn't, you just don't believe he was :)
#87 - devout feminist (10/22/2012) [-]
So here's a little comparison for you:

Kim Jong Il has claimed to:
Coach the NK soccer team with an invisible phone.
Shoots holes in one every time he plays golf.
Bred giant rabbits that solved the North Korean hunger problem.
His birth was "foretold by a swallow and heralded by a glorious double rainbow and the appearance of a new star"
He controls the weather.

By all aspects, he's fucking Jesus. He solves hunger, conflict, has a magical birth, and doesn't afraid of anything. He's just missing a ressurection.
All sources in NK claim this as well. There is no source to counter these arguements. Members of NK believe it.
Yet we do not believe it.
Oviously do you believe in Jesus of biblical times, but not the Kim Jong of now, right?

The point: Believing in God is fine. Blind faith is not and will lead you to believe in the first thing you're exposed to. People starved for Il because "lolfaith told me to". Put research into it yourself rather than listening to others and stop claiming "lol because faith." Claim "because x is good about the bible," "z is more agreeable to me," or "because y is more likely for x reason." "Lolfaith" is a horribly arrogant and blind arguement and both the religious and nonreligious will hate you for it.
User avatar #37 - captainfuckitall (10/22/2012) [-]
Makes sense. Thank you for granting me the pleasure of this conversation
User avatar #45 - Compootor (10/22/2012) [-]
Thank YOU for making it pleasant.
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User avatar #43 - Compootor (10/22/2012) [-]
Well, He did exist, he was a historical figure. Whether or not he was the son of God or if he even said half the things the bible or any other source describes is a matter of debate and personal belief.
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User avatar #56 - Compootor (10/22/2012) [-]
Well, his name wasn't Jesus, that name was probably introduced in the 14th/15th century. His actual name was something more along the lines of 'Yeshua', as the "J" sound doesn't exist in the Hebrew, and no history book will teach you that he went around performing miracles or anything like that described in the bible, but A number of historical non-Christian documents, such as Jewish and Greco-Roman sources, have been used in historical analyses of his existence, and virtually all scholars of antiquity agree that Jesus existed and regard events such as his baptism and his crucifixion as historical.

I'm not pushing my beliefs onto you. You can believe what you think is the truth, and I'll believe what I'll believe, so It is on that friendly note that I must bid you farewell.
#27 - Ah, I did not say that. I said that a scientist who DENIES the… 10/22/2012 on so true 0
#22 - Ahhh, I apologize for the misunderstanding, my good sir. In th…  [+] (2 new replies) 10/22/2012 on so true 0
User avatar #24 - Faz (10/22/2012) [-]
Like how you said a scientist who cannot prove something with absolute evidence is not a scientist is what i say about religion, if a religion cannot be proven with absolute evidence then its simply not true, if religious books are dictated by the voice of God and written by the hand of man and God is all knowing...how come he got so much stuff wrong.
User avatar #27 - captainfuckitall (10/22/2012) [-]
Ah, I did not say that. I said that a scientist who DENIES the possibility of anything, without providing evidence as too why is not a true scientist (I.E "I don't believe magic exists" "Why?" "Cause it's silly"). But you are indeed correct; the way I look at it, there is no such thing as an all powerful, all knowing, or all loving being; and if christians just came to terms with how unlikely that truly is, perhaps there would be far less loopholes.
#21 - True, but that's not based upon the rules of your god, but rat…  [+] (10 new replies) 10/22/2012 on so true +3
User avatar #25 - Compootor (10/22/2012) [-]
Because I was taught that the execution of Jesus Christ ended the need for bloodshed and sacrifice. He was the last lamb, and his death was to be the last one. That of course didn't end up being the case, but when it comes to murder and slaughtering livestock as sacrifices, that became obsolete when Jesus died.
User avatar #28 - captainfuckitall (10/22/2012) [-]
But surely you know how many people were persecuted by the Romans and even crucified, correct? Have you ever considered the possibility that perhaps jesus was simply mad? Or schizophrenic?

I am not trying to offend you, good sir. Think of me playing as the Devils Advocate
User avatar #33 - Compootor (10/22/2012) [-]
Of course I've CONSIDERED the possibility, my friend, but there you see the whole point. Faith is meaningless if you KNOW the truth. I don't claim to know that Jesus was the Messiah, It's simply what I believe. In much the same way that you don't KNOW that he wasn't, you just don't believe he was :)
#87 - devout feminist (10/22/2012) [-]
So here's a little comparison for you:

Kim Jong Il has claimed to:
Coach the NK soccer team with an invisible phone.
Shoots holes in one every time he plays golf.
Bred giant rabbits that solved the North Korean hunger problem.
His birth was "foretold by a swallow and heralded by a glorious double rainbow and the appearance of a new star"
He controls the weather.

By all aspects, he's fucking Jesus. He solves hunger, conflict, has a magical birth, and doesn't afraid of anything. He's just missing a ressurection.
All sources in NK claim this as well. There is no source to counter these arguements. Members of NK believe it.
Yet we do not believe it.
Oviously do you believe in Jesus of biblical times, but not the Kim Jong of now, right?

The point: Believing in God is fine. Blind faith is not and will lead you to believe in the first thing you're exposed to. People starved for Il because "lolfaith told me to". Put research into it yourself rather than listening to others and stop claiming "lol because faith." Claim "because x is good about the bible," "z is more agreeable to me," or "because y is more likely for x reason." "Lolfaith" is a horribly arrogant and blind arguement and both the religious and nonreligious will hate you for it.
User avatar #37 - captainfuckitall (10/22/2012) [-]
Makes sense. Thank you for granting me the pleasure of this conversation
User avatar #45 - Compootor (10/22/2012) [-]
Thank YOU for making it pleasant.
#36 - GojenMana has deleted their comment.
User avatar #43 - Compootor (10/22/2012) [-]
Well, He did exist, he was a historical figure. Whether or not he was the son of God or if he even said half the things the bible or any other source describes is a matter of debate and personal belief.
#46 - GojenMana has deleted their comment.
User avatar #56 - Compootor (10/22/2012) [-]
Well, his name wasn't Jesus, that name was probably introduced in the 14th/15th century. His actual name was something more along the lines of 'Yeshua', as the "J" sound doesn't exist in the Hebrew, and no history book will teach you that he went around performing miracles or anything like that described in the bible, but A number of historical non-Christian documents, such as Jewish and Greco-Roman sources, have been used in historical analyses of his existence, and virtually all scholars of antiquity agree that Jesus existed and regard events such as his baptism and his crucifixion as historical.

I'm not pushing my beliefs onto you. You can believe what you think is the truth, and I'll believe what I'll believe, so It is on that friendly note that I must bid you farewell.
#18 - I was not raised into religion and came to it as an adult. Bel…  [+] (4 new replies) 10/22/2012 on so true 0
User avatar #20 - Faz (10/22/2012) [-]
Oh don't get me wrong i entirely think that the possibility of a God like being is highly plausible but all current forms of religion are way too bullshit for my liking, there is too many holes which have been disproved in current religions. I do believe if a God did create us then we are yet to find the truth of the creation, just speculations which are wildly wrong.
User avatar #22 - captainfuckitall (10/22/2012) [-]
Ahhh, I apologize for the misunderstanding, my good sir. In that case I do agree with you. Religion is far too much; nobody should dictate the relationship you should have with your king or god
User avatar #24 - Faz (10/22/2012) [-]
Like how you said a scientist who cannot prove something with absolute evidence is not a scientist is what i say about religion, if a religion cannot be proven with absolute evidence then its simply not true, if religious books are dictated by the voice of God and written by the hand of man and God is all knowing...how come he got so much stuff wrong.
User avatar #27 - captainfuckitall (10/22/2012) [-]
Ah, I did not say that. I said that a scientist who DENIES the possibility of anything, without providing evidence as too why is not a true scientist (I.E "I don't believe magic exists" "Why?" "Cause it's silly"). But you are indeed correct; the way I look at it, there is no such thing as an all powerful, all knowing, or all loving being; and if christians just came to terms with how unlikely that truly is, perhaps there would be far less loopholes.
#17 - They are absolutely forced upon others. Did you not see the &q…  [+] (25 new replies) 10/22/2012 on so true +8
User avatar #34 - conquer (10/22/2012) [-]
this is all hebrew law. not christianity
User avatar #38 - captainfuckitall (10/22/2012) [-]
Nonsense, it's straight from the Old Testament, which counts for hebrews and catholics and christians alike. Most christians just CHOOSE to follow laws painted in the New Testament, because it's a lot easier. jews just accept their god is a dick and move on with life
User avatar #41 - conquer (10/22/2012) [-]
christians follow the new testament because the old law was done away with when jesus was resurrected... the old testament is kept in christian bibles for historical reference
User avatar #103 - cullenatorguy (10/22/2012) [-]
Also God is supposed to be infallible, right? He's infinite, yes? This would mean his laws are as well. Any change to a law or set of laws goes against the whole idea of an omnipotent infallible god. God doesn't change, societies do. That doesn't mean people can just forget the old laws because it goes against their morals. God's morals are not your morals. By not following the Old Testament laws, which are in fact Christian, you put man over God. To say that the Old Testament isn't Christian is ignorant and stupid. Christians follow the Bible, and the Bible is made up of two parts, the Old Testament and the New Testament. If you weren't supposed to follow the Old Testament, it wouldn't be in the Bible.
User avatar #178 - conquer (10/23/2012) [-]
Yes, God is infinite and infallible. Man is not. The rules absolutely HAVE changed as society has grown and that change was promised to the Jews in the Old Testament. do you realize that the bible has three different religions in the mix? The first is Patriarchal law, this lasted from the beginning of time for all of mankind, then continued to the time of Jesus for all Non-Jewish people. The next is Mosaic (spelling?) Law, which was specifically for the Jews who were God's chosen people, which lasted from the time of Moses until the time of Jesus. Then there is Christianity which goes back to an all-encompassing world religion. The base rules have always remained the same, for example, 9 out of 10 commandments being reinstated in the Christian faith. the one change being the removal of keeping the Sabbath as worship was moved from Saturday to Sunday. Worship itself has also changed, the introduction of communion and baptism. The New Testament doesn't require circumcision, there was even a dispute between Jesus and his followers when they tried to push converted Gentiles to have their foreskin removed.

tl;dr? too bad. i don't feel like summarizing
User avatar #180 - cullenatorguy (10/23/2012) [-]
See bottom reply first

One of the most shocking things to Christians and Jews is that the 10 Commandments they have learned in school are NOT the ones God wrote in stone. Do you remember Judge Roy Moore? He was the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Alabama who had a copy of the 10 Commandments etched on wooden tablets hanging in his court room. From 2001 to 2003 there were a number of legal battles which ultimately lead to his removal from office (Roy Moore recently announced his intention to run for President as a Republican for the 2012 elections). What Roy Moore didn’t know (and all he had to do was read Exodus to see), was that the list of commandments over which he lost his job were never written on stone tablets. That’s right, according to the Bible; the commonly known 10 Commandments were only spoken in speeches, and were never written on stone tablets!
Let’s take a minute to remember the story of Moses and the 10 Commandments. In the story, Moses goes up the mountain and God gives a really long speech (Exodus 20 to 31). In that speech God talks about the not killing, stealing, etc. (Exodus 20), but spends far more time discussing the offerings he wants, how to build his temple, and how he wants his curtain made (check out Exodus 26 for details on Gods curtains). It’s not until the last sentence of Exodus 31 that we even hear about stone tablets. God gives Moses two tablets written by the finger of God (it is not stated at that time what is written on the tablets), and orders him down off the mountain.
User avatar #181 - cullenatorguy (10/23/2012) [-]
When Moses comes down from the mountain, carrying the stone tablets (that he never read), he finds the people worshipping a golden calf. Moses destroys the tablets in a fit of rage and is eventually forced to schlep back up the mountain in order to get another set. It is not until this second set of tablets, also written on stone and by the hand of God, that we learn what was written on both the first and second set of stone tablets (see Exodus 34). This second set is the only set that is called the 10 Commandments by the Bible (the Decalogue), and it is the set that is carried in the Arc of the Covenant and housed in the Temple on the Mound and worshipped by Jews for hundreds of years.
So where does the confusion come in? In Deuteronomy 5, Moses calls his people together to remind them about the long speech God had given them many years earlier. By this time most of the people to whom he was speaking were the children born in the desert and had not heard the original speech, and Moses was quite old. What Moses reminds them of is only the very first part of the long speech, the part in Exodus 20. Moses inaccurately states (in Deuteronomy 5:22) that God gave him two tablets of stone with Exodus 20 written on them, when in fact the stone tablets have Exodus 34 written on them.
User avatar #182 - cullenatorguy (10/23/2012) [-]
So if you believe what the Bible says, Exodus 34 is the ONLY Ten Commandments and the ONLY thing ever written by the hand of God. Exodus 20 is never put in stone and is only given out as a speech along with a very long list of construction activities. So what are the real 10 Commandments? Below you will find the 10 Commandments that were written on stone by the hand of God, were worshipped by Jews, carried in the Arc, and placed in the Temple (a commonly used breakdown):

1. Obey the commandments. Yahweh will conquer the Amorites, Canaanites, Hittites, Perizzites, Hivites, and Jebusites. Be careful not to make a treaty with those who live in the land where you are going, or they will be a snare among you. Break down their altars, smash their sacred stones, and cut down their Asherah poles.

2. Do not worship any other god, for Yahweh, whose name is Jealous, is a jealous god. Do not make treaties with those in other lands who worship other gods.

3. Do not make cast idols.

4. Celebrate the Feast of Unleavened Bread. For seven days eat bread made without yeast during the first month of the Hebrew Year.

5. Sacrifice the first-born of every womb, including all the firstborn males of your livestock. You can sacrifice a lamb in place of a firstborn donkey, but if you do sacrifice the donkey break its neck. If your firstborn child is a boy sacrifice something else in its place. None shall appear before Yahweh without a sacrifice.

6. Do not work on the Sabbath, even during the plowing season and harvest you must rest.

User avatar #183 - cullenatorguy (10/23/2012) [-]
7. Celebrate the Jewish holiday “The Feast of Weeks” with the first fruits of the wheat harvest and celebrate the Jewish holiday “The Feast of Ingathering” at the turn of the year. Three times a year all your men are to appear before the god of Israel and he will conquer surrounding nations before you enlarging your territory.

8. Do not mix blood sacrifices to Yahweh with yeast and do not let any sacrifice from the Passover Feast remain until morning.

9. Bring the first fruits of your land to the house of Yahweh, your god.

10. Do not cook a baby goat in his mother’s milk.

So, according to the only stone plates that made it off the mountain, that were ever read by anyone, and the last thing ever hand-written by God, killing, stealing, coveting, and bearing false witness are all OK. But boiling a baby goat in his mother’s milk… that’s a sin!

Everything above was in that article. I didn't send you the link because it has other things irrelevant to this discussion.

Here's the link if you want it:
http://www.atheistconnect . org/2011/07/31/the-top-10-shocking-things-christians-don%E2%80%99t-know-about-th e-bible/

User avatar #179 - cullenatorguy (10/23/2012) [-]
God's rules don't change though, right? Can you point out in the Bible where it says that each of the three "types" of laws are assigned to different groups of people?

You say "Christian faith" like there's a doctrine that covers all of Christianity. I'm here to tell you there isn't. The only thing that connects all Christians is the belief that Jesus was the son of God. Everything else is different.

If you read the "10 Commandments" you'll see that it says to "Keep the Sabbath holy", not "Keep the Sabbath on Saturday."

I put "10 Commandments" in quotation marks because they aren't the original 10 commandments. I'll see if I can fit the article that explains it better than I can in another reply.
User avatar #96 - cullenatorguy (10/22/2012) [-]
Matthew 5:17

Jebus just made it so no more sacrifices had to be made. Bitches still gotta kill each other and shit.
User avatar #48 - captainfuckitall (10/22/2012) [-]
Yet many still follow rules from it WHEN and ONLY when it suits them. They pick and choose, my friend
User avatar #57 - conquer (10/22/2012) [-]
im not arguing that. im a social person and have come to realize that all people can be fickle douche bags. i was just pointing out that you specifically mentioned christianity but the verses quoted came from hebrew law and not christian law. yes, both religions follow the same God, but many rules (especially pertaining to crime and punishment as well as atonement for sin) were changed upon the introduction of the new law
User avatar #19 - Compootor (10/22/2012) [-]
I do follow the rules, and so do most people, even the non-christian ones, because most of them are just common sense. "Don't be a douchebag." Is the most important one, and most of the world is thankfully not a douchebag. Then there's issues like Homosexuality and things like that, but I was taught to hate the sin, not the sinner, and I won't lay a finger on anyone, or think less of any of my fellow men despite what they do in their own time. It's none of my business.
User avatar #21 - captainfuckitall (10/22/2012) [-]
True, but that's not based upon the rules of your god, but rather basic moral rules and principles. You are a good person it seems, and I'm quite happy about that. However, again, any form of compromise is hypocritical. If you wish to have faith, that is fine, but bending the rules of your god to suit your own desires is not, or at least shouldn't be. There have been 27,000 documented gods since the beginning of civilization, and that's not even counting all the religions that have no deity at all. If you dislike rules that dictate murder and slaughter, why not choose a god who does not order it?
User avatar #25 - Compootor (10/22/2012) [-]
Because I was taught that the execution of Jesus Christ ended the need for bloodshed and sacrifice. He was the last lamb, and his death was to be the last one. That of course didn't end up being the case, but when it comes to murder and slaughtering livestock as sacrifices, that became obsolete when Jesus died.
User avatar #28 - captainfuckitall (10/22/2012) [-]
But surely you know how many people were persecuted by the Romans and even crucified, correct? Have you ever considered the possibility that perhaps jesus was simply mad? Or schizophrenic?

I am not trying to offend you, good sir. Think of me playing as the Devils Advocate
User avatar #33 - Compootor (10/22/2012) [-]
Of course I've CONSIDERED the possibility, my friend, but there you see the whole point. Faith is meaningless if you KNOW the truth. I don't claim to know that Jesus was the Messiah, It's simply what I believe. In much the same way that you don't KNOW that he wasn't, you just don't believe he was :)
#87 - devout feminist (10/22/2012) [-]
So here's a little comparison for you:

Kim Jong Il has claimed to:
Coach the NK soccer team with an invisible phone.
Shoots holes in one every time he plays golf.
Bred giant rabbits that solved the North Korean hunger problem.
His birth was "foretold by a swallow and heralded by a glorious double rainbow and the appearance of a new star"
He controls the weather.

By all aspects, he's fucking Jesus. He solves hunger, conflict, has a magical birth, and doesn't afraid of anything. He's just missing a ressurection.
All sources in NK claim this as well. There is no source to counter these arguements. Members of NK believe it.
Yet we do not believe it.
Oviously do you believe in Jesus of biblical times, but not the Kim Jong of now, right?

The point: Believing in God is fine. Blind faith is not and will lead you to believe in the first thing you're exposed to. People starved for Il because "lolfaith told me to". Put research into it yourself rather than listening to others and stop claiming "lol because faith." Claim "because x is good about the bible," "z is more agreeable to me," or "because y is more likely for x reason." "Lolfaith" is a horribly arrogant and blind arguement and both the religious and nonreligious will hate you for it.
User avatar #37 - captainfuckitall (10/22/2012) [-]
Makes sense. Thank you for granting me the pleasure of this conversation
User avatar #45 - Compootor (10/22/2012) [-]
Thank YOU for making it pleasant.
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User avatar #43 - Compootor (10/22/2012) [-]
Well, He did exist, he was a historical figure. Whether or not he was the son of God or if he even said half the things the bible or any other source describes is a matter of debate and personal belief.
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User avatar #56 - Compootor (10/22/2012) [-]
Well, his name wasn't Jesus, that name was probably introduced in the 14th/15th century. His actual name was something more along the lines of 'Yeshua', as the "J" sound doesn't exist in the Hebrew, and no history book will teach you that he went around performing miracles or anything like that described in the bible, but A number of historical non-Christian documents, such as Jewish and Greco-Roman sources, have been used in historical analyses of his existence, and virtually all scholars of antiquity agree that Jesus existed and regard events such as his baptism and his crucifixion as historical.

I'm not pushing my beliefs onto you. You can believe what you think is the truth, and I'll believe what I'll believe, so It is on that friendly note that I must bid you farewell.
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#82 - goodnewseveryone (10/22/2012) [-]
source?
User avatar #88 - captainfuckitall (10/22/2012) [-]
I'm fairly sure that's sarcasm, but it's rather hard to tell such things over text. Just in case, it's from the Old Testament
#77 - eunneland (10/22/2012) [-]
when somone on the internett says: I Belive in God
User avatar #78 - captainfuckitall (10/22/2012) [-]
Not in the least. I believe in a god, as do many people; the only reason I posted that is specifically BECAUSE he requested writing that claimed faith involved killing people, so I provided
User avatar #15 - Compootor (10/22/2012) [-]
These are all laws and rules for believers to follow, not something that is enforced on other people. It may have been in the past, but that's because the Church and the Government were pretty much the same thing back then. No believer should be obligated to hurt someone else for breaking the rules of their own religion (This is something that some Muslims apparently have a hard time understanding.)
User avatar #17 - captainfuckitall (10/22/2012) [-]
They are absolutely forced upon others. Did you not see the "those who worship false gods shall be put to death"?

Indeed you are right, but those are the rules that god laid out and until he comes down and changes them himself, such rules SHOULD be followed to the letter (no, I'm not christian, nor do I support the christian god. I just hate those who pick and choose which rules to follow. It's either all okay or none of it is, any form of compromise is hypocritical; if you do not like the rules laid out simply follow another god)
User avatar #34 - conquer (10/22/2012) [-]
this is all hebrew law. not christianity
User avatar #38 - captainfuckitall (10/22/2012) [-]
Nonsense, it's straight from the Old Testament, which counts for hebrews and catholics and christians alike. Most christians just CHOOSE to follow laws painted in the New Testament, because it's a lot easier. jews just accept their god is a dick and move on with life
User avatar #41 - conquer (10/22/2012) [-]
christians follow the new testament because the old law was done away with when jesus was resurrected... the old testament is kept in christian bibles for historical reference
User avatar #103 - cullenatorguy (10/22/2012) [-]
Also God is supposed to be infallible, right? He's infinite, yes? This would mean his laws are as well. Any change to a law or set of laws goes against the whole idea of an omnipotent infallible god. God doesn't change, societies do. That doesn't mean people can just forget the old laws because it goes against their morals. God's morals are not your morals. By not following the Old Testament laws, which are in fact Christian, you put man over God. To say that the Old Testament isn't Christian is ignorant and stupid. Christians follow the Bible, and the Bible is made up of two parts, the Old Testament and the New Testament. If you weren't supposed to follow the Old Testament, it wouldn't be in the Bible.
User avatar #178 - conquer (10/23/2012) [-]
Yes, God is infinite and infallible. Man is not. The rules absolutely HAVE changed as society has grown and that change was promised to the Jews in the Old Testament. do you realize that the bible has three different religions in the mix? The first is Patriarchal law, this lasted from the beginning of time for all of mankind, then continued to the time of Jesus for all Non-Jewish people. The next is Mosaic (spelling?) Law, which was specifically for the Jews who were God's chosen people, which lasted from the time of Moses until the time of Jesus. Then there is Christianity which goes back to an all-encompassing world religion. The base rules have always remained the same, for example, 9 out of 10 commandments being reinstated in the Christian faith. the one change being the removal of keeping the Sabbath as worship was moved from Saturday to Sunday. Worship itself has also changed, the introduction of communion and baptism. The New Testament doesn't require circumcision, there was even a dispute between Jesus and his followers when they tried to push converted Gentiles to have their foreskin removed.

tl;dr? too bad. i don't feel like summarizing
User avatar #180 - cullenatorguy (10/23/2012) [-]
See bottom reply first

One of the most shocking things to Christians and Jews is that the 10 Commandments they have learned in school are NOT the ones God wrote in stone. Do you remember Judge Roy Moore? He was the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Alabama who had a copy of the 10 Commandments etched on wooden tablets hanging in his court room. From 2001 to 2003 there were a number of legal battles which ultimately lead to his removal from office (Roy Moore recently announced his intention to run for President as a Republican for the 2012 elections). What Roy Moore didn’t know (and all he had to do was read Exodus to see), was that the list of commandments over which he lost his job were never written on stone tablets. That’s right, according to the Bible; the commonly known 10 Commandments were only spoken in speeches, and were never written on stone tablets!
Let’s take a minute to remember the story of Moses and the 10 Commandments. In the story, Moses goes up the mountain and God gives a really long speech (Exodus 20 to 31). In that speech God talks about the not killing, stealing, etc. (Exodus 20), but spends far more time discussing the offerings he wants, how to build his temple, and how he wants his curtain made (check out Exodus 26 for details on Gods curtains). It’s not until the last sentence of Exodus 31 that we even hear about stone tablets. God gives Moses two tablets written by the finger of God (it is not stated at that time what is written on the tablets), and orders him down off the mountain.
User avatar #181 - cullenatorguy (10/23/2012) [-]
When Moses comes down from the mountain, carrying the stone tablets (that he never read), he finds the people worshipping a golden calf. Moses destroys the tablets in a fit of rage and is eventually forced to schlep back up the mountain in order to get another set. It is not until this second set of tablets, also written on stone and by the hand of God, that we learn what was written on both the first and second set of stone tablets (see Exodus 34). This second set is the only set that is called the 10 Commandments by the Bible (the Decalogue), and it is the set that is carried in the Arc of the Covenant and housed in the Temple on the Mound and worshipped by Jews for hundreds of years.
So where does the confusion come in? In Deuteronomy 5, Moses calls his people together to remind them about the long speech God had given them many years earlier. By this time most of the people to whom he was speaking were the children born in the desert and had not heard the original speech, and Moses was quite old. What Moses reminds them of is only the very first part of the long speech, the part in Exodus 20. Moses inaccurately states (in Deuteronomy 5:22) that God gave him two tablets of stone with Exodus 20 written on them, when in fact the stone tablets have Exodus 34 written on them.
User avatar #182 - cullenatorguy (10/23/2012) [-]
So if you believe what the Bible says, Exodus 34 is the ONLY Ten Commandments and the ONLY thing ever written by the hand of God. Exodus 20 is never put in stone and is only given out as a speech along with a very long list of construction activities. So what are the real 10 Commandments? Below you will find the 10 Commandments that were written on stone by the hand of God, were worshipped by Jews, carried in the Arc, and placed in the Temple (a commonly used breakdown):

1. Obey the commandments. Yahweh will conquer the Amorites, Canaanites, Hittites, Perizzites, Hivites, and Jebusites. Be careful not to make a treaty with those who live in the land where you are going, or they will be a snare among you. Break down their altars, smash their sacred stones, and cut down their Asherah poles.

2. Do not worship any other god, for Yahweh, whose name is Jealous, is a jealous god. Do not make treaties with those in other lands who worship other gods.

3. Do not make cast idols.

4. Celebrate the Feast of Unleavened Bread. For seven days eat bread made without yeast during the first month of the Hebrew Year.

5. Sacrifice the first-born of every womb, including all the firstborn males of your livestock. You can sacrifice a lamb in place of a firstborn donkey, but if you do sacrifice the donkey break its neck. If your firstborn child is a boy sacrifice something else in its place. None shall appear before Yahweh without a sacrifice.

6. Do not work on the Sabbath, even during the plowing season and harvest you must rest.

User avatar #183 - cullenatorguy (10/23/2012) [-]
7. Celebrate the Jewish holiday “The Feast of Weeks” with the first fruits of the wheat harvest and celebrate the Jewish holiday “The Feast of Ingathering” at the turn of the year. Three times a year all your men are to appear before the god of Israel and he will conquer surrounding nations before you enlarging your territory.

8. Do not mix blood sacrifices to Yahweh with yeast and do not let any sacrifice from the Passover Feast remain until morning.

9. Bring the first fruits of your land to the house of Yahweh, your god.

10. Do not cook a baby goat in his mother’s milk.

So, according to the only stone plates that made it off the mountain, that were ever read by anyone, and the last thing ever hand-written by God, killing, stealing, coveting, and bearing false witness are all OK. But boiling a baby goat in his mother’s milk… that’s a sin!

Everything above was in that article. I didn't send you the link because it has other things irrelevant to this discussion.

Here's the link if you want it:
http://www.atheistconnect . org/2011/07/31/the-top-10-shocking-things-christians-don%E2%80%99t-know-about-th e-bible/

User avatar #179 - cullenatorguy (10/23/2012) [-]
God's rules don't change though, right? Can you point out in the Bible where it says that each of the three "types" of laws are assigned to different groups of people?

You say "Christian faith" like there's a doctrine that covers all of Christianity. I'm here to tell you there isn't. The only thing that connects all Christians is the belief that Jesus was the son of God. Everything else is different.

If you read the "10 Commandments" you'll see that it says to "Keep the Sabbath holy", not "Keep the Sabbath on Saturday."

I put "10 Commandments" in quotation marks because they aren't the original 10 commandments. I'll see if I can fit the article that explains it better than I can in another reply.
User avatar #96 - cullenatorguy (10/22/2012) [-]
Matthew 5:17

Jebus just made it so no more sacrifices had to be made. Bitches still gotta kill each other and shit.
User avatar #48 - captainfuckitall (10/22/2012) [-]
Yet many still follow rules from it WHEN and ONLY when it suits them. They pick and choose, my friend
User avatar #57 - conquer (10/22/2012) [-]
im not arguing that. im a social person and have come to realize that all people can be fickle douche bags. i was just pointing out that you specifically mentioned christianity but the verses quoted came from hebrew law and not christian law. yes, both religions follow the same God, but many rules (especially pertaining to crime and punishment as well as atonement for sin) were changed upon the introduction of the new law
User avatar #19 - Compootor (10/22/2012) [-]
I do follow the rules, and so do most people, even the non-christian ones, because most of them are just common sense. "Don't be a douchebag." Is the most important one, and most of the world is thankfully not a douchebag. Then there's issues like Homosexuality and things like that, but I was taught to hate the sin, not the sinner, and I won't lay a finger on anyone, or think less of any of my fellow men despite what they do in their own time. It's none of my business.
User avatar #21 - captainfuckitall (10/22/2012) [-]
True, but that's not based upon the rules of your god, but rather basic moral rules and principles. You are a good person it seems, and I'm quite happy about that. However, again, any form of compromise is hypocritical. If you wish to have faith, that is fine, but bending the rules of your god to suit your own desires is not, or at least shouldn't be. There have been 27,000 documented gods since the beginning of civilization, and that's not even counting all the religions that have no deity at all. If you dislike rules that dictate murder and slaughter, why not choose a god who does not order it?
User avatar #25 - Compootor (10/22/2012) [-]
Because I was taught that the execution of Jesus Christ ended the need for bloodshed and sacrifice. He was the last lamb, and his death was to be the last one. That of course didn't end up being the case, but when it comes to murder and slaughtering livestock as sacrifices, that became obsolete when Jesus died.
User avatar #28 - captainfuckitall (10/22/2012) [-]
But surely you know how many people were persecuted by the Romans and even crucified, correct? Have you ever considered the possibility that perhaps jesus was simply mad? Or schizophrenic?

I am not trying to offend you, good sir. Think of me playing as the Devils Advocate
User avatar #33 - Compootor (10/22/2012) [-]
Of course I've CONSIDERED the possibility, my friend, but there you see the whole point. Faith is meaningless if you KNOW the truth. I don't claim to know that Jesus was the Messiah, It's simply what I believe. In much the same way that you don't KNOW that he wasn't, you just don't believe he was :)
#87 - devout feminist (10/22/2012) [-]
So here's a little comparison for you:

Kim Jong Il has claimed to:
Coach the NK soccer team with an invisible phone.
Shoots holes in one every time he plays golf.
Bred giant rabbits that solved the North Korean hunger problem.
His birth was "foretold by a swallow and heralded by a glorious double rainbow and the appearance of a new star"
He controls the weather.

By all aspects, he's fucking Jesus. He solves hunger, conflict, has a magical birth, and doesn't afraid of anything. He's just missing a ressurection.
All sources in NK claim this as well. There is no source to counter these arguements. Members of NK believe it.
Yet we do not believe it.
Oviously do you believe in Jesus of biblical times, but not the Kim Jong of now, right?

The point: Believing in God is fine. Blind faith is not and will lead you to believe in the first thing you're exposed to. People starved for Il because "lolfaith told me to". Put research into it yourself rather than listening to others and stop claiming "lol because faith." Claim "because x is good about the bible," "z is more agreeable to me," or "because y is more likely for x reason." "Lolfaith" is a horribly arrogant and blind arguement and both the religious and nonreligious will hate you for it.
User avatar #37 - captainfuckitall (10/22/2012) [-]
Makes sense. Thank you for granting me the pleasure of this conversation
User avatar #45 - Compootor (10/22/2012) [-]
Thank YOU for making it pleasant.
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User avatar #43 - Compootor (10/22/2012) [-]
Well, He did exist, he was a historical figure. Whether or not he was the son of God or if he even said half the things the bible or any other source describes is a matter of debate and personal belief.
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User avatar #56 - Compootor (10/22/2012) [-]
Well, his name wasn't Jesus, that name was probably introduced in the 14th/15th century. His actual name was something more along the lines of 'Yeshua', as the "J" sound doesn't exist in the Hebrew, and no history book will teach you that he went around performing miracles or anything like that described in the bible, but A number of historical non-Christian documents, such as Jewish and Greco-Roman sources, have been used in historical analyses of his existence, and virtually all scholars of antiquity agree that Jesus existed and regard events such as his baptism and his crucifixion as historical.

I'm not pushing my beliefs onto you. You can believe what you think is the truth, and I'll believe what I'll believe, so It is on that friendly note that I must bid you farewell.
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Well thank you. Always nice to meet a fan.
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It's JokeFace, no 'r'. And not much. Just getting raped with red thumbs for the stupidest reason I've ever been red-thumbed for. Yourself?
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Haha, my mistake. And I just saw the post that made you so famous; and I figured "why not say hi"
User avatar #434 - jokeface (10/14/2012) [-]
Well thank you. Always nice to meet a fan.
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I can change that...
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By saying all atheists generalize aren't you, you know, generalizing yourself? Just saiyan.
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He didn't say all atheists.

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User avatar #489 - myfourthaccount ONLINE (07/18/2014) [-]
dude, you're like my most favorite person on earth right now haha
User avatar #487 - imvlad (05/04/2014) [-]
you brought shame to your house
User avatar #483 - aerosol (04/22/2014) [-]
Have you by chance had an older account here before?
User avatar #484 to #483 - captainfuckitall (04/22/2014) [-]
Yes I have. My first username was Hiimquinn, but it was deleted for some reason I never found, so I just made another.
#485 to #484 - aerosol (04/22/2014) [-]
Oh. Never mind then. I saw someone call you Dave and I mistook you for someone else.
User avatar #486 to #485 - captainfuckitall (04/22/2014) [-]
It's fine. It was a joke from a picture a while back where a man was looking out the window and saw a dog and his owner walking down the street. The dog barked at another, bigger dog, and his owner just turned and said "See, this is why you have no ******* mates, Dave".
User avatar #481 - iforgotmyothername (03/20/2014) [-]
you are one cool tempered potato compared to me, bringing my fury upon your wrongness. i salute you, and thumbed up all your comments in the a capella debate.
User avatar #482 to #481 - captainfuckitall (03/20/2014) [-]
It's alright, I apologize for making you upset, but you don't need to thumb my posts up. Thumbs are a way to express positivity or negativity toward any type of comments; if you do not like them, it is perfectly within your right to thumb them down.
User avatar #474 - aherorising (11/20/2013) [-]
you're a really cool bro
#471 - shiifter (10/06/2013) [-]
This still makes me giggle.

Oh and by the way, i never actually thumbed you down. I just said that i did.
User avatar #472 to #471 - captainfuckitall (10/06/2013) [-]
The thing is, the way I found OUT you gave me those thumbs was because of the question mark, which allows people to see who voted on content. I could only KNOW it was you if you had thumbed them down, which you did.

And now you not only prove to be an idiot, but a liar as well.
#473 to #472 - shiifter (10/12/2013) [-]
Wait? You still remembered that? That's hilarious.

By the way, i screencapped this. it's like a trophy.
User avatar #468 - satrenkotheone (09/22/2013) [-]
I would just like to say thank you.
#466 - devout feminist (08/25/2013) [-]
Due to your pointlessly rude comment on the post "Jesus ain't got time for **** ",

I have gone through 20 of your previous comments and thumbed them all down.

You're also a stupid, unfunny, tryhard feelfag. Exactly the kind of user that this site is infamous for.
User avatar #467 to #466 - captainfuckitall (08/25/2013) [-]
I wasn't pointlessly rude. If you read it more carefully, you would find I am not insulting your god or faith, but rather, the people who spread it about; and even they are just doing it to themselves, while I am mearly making an observation

It's ironic you call me tryhard, considering you just went through the time to thumb-down my last 20 comments as if it would have any effect on me personally or my ranking here. It's also odd you call me stupid, considering you were the one who read it uncorrectly. And I think the fact I have so many comment thumbs anyways (including my own jesus comment) speaks to the point that I am, in fact, quite hilarious. "Feelfag", is that supposed to be a derogatory term for someone who is passionate about certain things? If so, then I take pride in it, as it is only through passion that things grow.

Considering you are pretentious, arrogant, ******** , and without a sense of humour; you fit the criteria for '12 year old funnyjunker' far better than I do.
#463 - captainspankmonkey (07/16/2013) [-]
Hey, I would just like to say thank you for telling me to get an account.   
Yea I know, odd thing to give thanks for when I could have gotten one easily but then again, I was a dumb bastard then and could not think very well.   
I notice your comments from time to time and get some good knowledge off of them, mainly the Lovecraft related ones.   
But like I said, thank you very much and continue to be awesome.
Hey, I would just like to say thank you for telling me to get an account.
Yea I know, odd thing to give thanks for when I could have gotten one easily but then again, I was a dumb bastard then and could not think very well.
I notice your comments from time to time and get some good knowledge off of them, mainly the Lovecraft related ones.
But like I said, thank you very much and continue to be awesome.
User avatar #464 to #463 - captainfuckitall (07/16/2013) [-]
You are just a wonderful person, you know that? Thank you very much for your kind words and appreciation, and I'm glad you have made an account and made many friends here, including myself
#465 to #464 - captainspankmonkey (07/16/2013) [-]
You're welcome, good sir.
You're welcome, good sir.
User avatar #461 - potgardener (06/01/2013) [-]
youre pretty ****** in the head if beating a kid is a good idea, parents would need to hit their kids if they taught them what was right and wrong from the beginning
User avatar #462 to #461 - captainfuckitall (06/01/2013) [-]
It's ironic how you talk about avoiding situations, when your very comment isn't needed considering I already explained, about five times now, that I do not mean you must 'abuse' your children in order to get good results. My comment, and all the comments afterwards, were about how when compassion and support fails you must turn to punishment and discipline, including simply smacking your kid upside the head

Perhaps you should read more and get better informed before jumping to opinions, yes?
#459 - bossdelainternet (05/11/2013) [-]
I'd just like to say thank you for created one of the funniest  threads i've seen this year.   
To sum up why i thought it was so funny, a quote...   
"Most people would say 'I lost. I give up.', but you, you just keep trying. You're like the Dominican Republic, always killing the guy in charge and saying 'Ah, this new guy, this new guy's gonna get it right!'." - Family Guy
I'd just like to say thank you for created one of the funniest threads i've seen this year.
To sum up why i thought it was so funny, a quote...
"Most people would say 'I lost. I give up.', but you, you just keep trying. You're like the Dominican Republic, always killing the guy in charge and saying 'Ah, this new guy, this new guy's gonna get it right!'." - Family Guy
User avatar #460 to #459 - captainfuckitall (05/11/2013) [-]
I'm not sure whether I should take that as a compliment or an insult

I choose the former

Thank you, good sir
#453 - WhattheNorris (11/12/2012) [-]
I just thought I'd let you know that I just did an awful thing and quoted your majestic deep words of death wisdom onto my facebook. I gave you credit, but as part of my shame for stealing I thought I'd tell you. That was honestly one of the best things I've ever read.

Which is also why I screencapped it. Don't worry I swear I'm not going to try to get to frontpage with it I just wanted to save it.
User avatar #454 to #453 - captainfuckitall (11/12/2012) [-]
Not at all, I am not concerned with thumbs in the least. If you would like to post it, by all means do so, if you'd like to take credit, do so as well; I care not for material value or fame, as long as comprehend and understand the message
#455 to #454 - WhattheNorris (11/12/2012) [-]
Oh man you just keep getting better:)    
   
But I wouldn't dare steal your credit.
Oh man you just keep getting better:)

But I wouldn't dare steal your credit.
#449 - captainspankmonkey (02/27/2012) [-]
Internet problems
That is why :P
User avatar #450 to #460 - captainfuckitall (02/27/2012) [-]
ahhh, haha, sorry then :P
#447 - devout feminist (09/26/2011) [-]
you're a lovely person
User avatar #448 to #458 - captainfuckitall (09/26/2011) [-]
awe, thank you, kind stranger :3

that makes me feel all warm and fuzzy inside :D
#444 - captainspankmonkey (08/22/2011) [-]
Im becoming level 28 soon
User avatar #445 to #454 - captainfuckitall (08/22/2011) [-]
sooooooooooooooooon............
User avatar #446 to #455 - captainspankmonkey (08/22/2011) [-]
very soooooooooooooooooooooon......
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