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#20 - and they sure as hell didn't argue with weapons development. e… 10/23/2014 on Why, Why +6
#19 - biology was pretty much the only science that was prohibited a… 10/23/2014 on Why, Why +7
#15 - the only way Christianity contributed to the dark ages was bec… 10/23/2014 on Why, Why 0
#13 - the "Christian" dark ages were not caused by christi…  [+] (5 new replies) 10/23/2014 on Why, Why +13
User avatar #17 - Data (10/23/2014) [-]
Actually, the Church actively suppressed the advancement of science because it was seen as the "devil's work", and would try scientists by "God's judgement". They would boil the hand of a scientist is vats of hot water, and if it healed well enough in three days time, they were set free. If it did not, they were executed.
Other scientists were simply forced to renounce their trade under threats of the Church.
Sooo... yeah.
User avatar #22 - MrDeadiron (10/23/2014) [-]
Did you get your history lessons from the under the rock textbook? Seriously I'm not Christian anymore, but for Christs sake you have to accept the fact that the Catholic church is not the reason for every plight in history. Also like cheezbrgr said most early scientists in Europe were within the Catholic Church, they thought that by better understanding how the world worked they could better understand their God and in turn how to server him better. Gregor Mendel was the father of modern genetics and he was a Catholic priest. Also many texts from ancient roman civilization were preserved by Catholic monks many of them Irish.

Seriously pull your head out of your ass, trim your neckbeard, and read some goddamn books.
User avatar #21 - sspacecore (10/23/2014) [-]
I thumbed you up, just so I could thumb you down twice.
User avatar #20 - cheezbrgr (10/23/2014) [-]
and they sure as hell didn't argue with weapons development. except they prohibited the use of crossbows against other Christians.
User avatar #19 - cheezbrgr (10/23/2014) [-]
biology was pretty much the only science that was prohibited as it required using dead bodies. engineering, astronomy (after the telescope), were left alone.
#9 - cities cant put up christmas decorations. i can get fired for …  [+] (28 new replies) 10/23/2014 on Why, Why +33
User avatar #83 - nigeltheoutlaw (10/24/2014) [-]
>you can't deny that things are becoming hostile to christians

When several state constitutions explicitly bar you from testifying or serving in office, call me. Until then, get over yourself.
User avatar #92 - usafperson (10/24/2014) [-]
>Things are getting worse for A
>"B has it worse than A, so A doesn't have it bad"

Yeah, well starving African children have it worse than B, so B doesn't have it bad either I guess.

Get over yourself.
User avatar #94 - nigeltheoutlaw (10/24/2014) [-]
They're not getting worse, Christians are just enjoying less of a benefit of being the great majority. I'm sorry that you can't put up religious decorations on secular government land anymore (although Christians still get away with it frequently in smaller cities and towns). Neither can anyone else, so cry me a fucking river.
User avatar #95 - usafperson (10/24/2014) [-]
Then make that argument, rather than the fallacy that was your last comment.
Also, you only addressed one small issue that cheezbrgr brought up, and you make a good point.
But you fail to address
>i can get fired for bringing my bible to work.
>people stealing nativity scenes.
>houston mayor wants to regulate sermons.
along with the massive hate and that fact that it's perfectly okay to make fun of Christianity to no end in media and pop culture. This very content is an example of it. It stereotypes Christians with a straw-man, makes fun of them, and calls Christians narrow-minded, bigoted, etc. While -most- Christians still do believe that acts of homosexuality is a sin, they still love all sinners and want God to forgive them, accepting them into eternal life, as opposed to "condemning a whole subset of people to Hell."
User avatar #96 - nigeltheoutlaw (10/24/2014) [-]
>i can get fired for bringing my bible to work.

I won't dismiss this one outright as long as you can show me where in the U.S. legal code there are special allowances made for discrimination against Christians.

>People stealing nativity scenes

Anecdotal. You can take any group of people and make them seem oppressed with a new story or two, so this one is out.

>houston mayor wants to regulate sermons

This is being litigated right now, so until there is a decision made it is a moot point.

"Massive hate" is entirely subjective, and it being okay to make fun of Christians in media and pop culture is as well. If humor is hostile and hate then FJ must fucking hate everyone that isn't a WASP.
User avatar #98 - usafperson (10/25/2014) [-]
Also, the P in WASP stands for protestant, which is a kind of Christian. This post in itself disproves that point.
User avatar #97 - usafperson (10/25/2014) [-]
>I won't dismiss this one outright as long as you can show me where in the U.S. legal code there are special allowances made for discrimination against Christians.

Just because something isn't technically legal doesn't mean it doesn't happen. Also, that's not how law works. There doesn't have to be a law allowing something for it to be legal. There just has to not be a law forbidding it.

>Anecdotal. You can take any group of people and make them seem oppressed with a new story or two, so this one is out.

Not just a story or two man. It's been happening more and more often, so much so that a company has actually started offering GPS trackers to churches in case their scene, or specifically the Jesus figurine, are stolen.

>This is being litigated right now, so until there is a decision made it is a moot point.

The fact that it is being pressed to happen, has public support, and is even being debated is a point in itself. If there were a law being discussed to regulate sermons for other religions, there would be a huge uproar. But you probably didn't even hear about this until this comment thread. It's okay, neither had I. Because apparently it's not worth an uproar if it happens to Christians.

>"Massive hate" is entirely subjective, and it being okay to make fun of Christians in media and pop culture is as well. If humor is hostile and hate then FJ must fucking hate everyone that isn't a WASP.

Subjective =/= irrelevant. And it doesn't have to be subjective. We could sit here and list off all the different movies, tv shows, popular websites, etc. that make fun of Christians and Christianity. That would take forever though, because the amount is very apparently massive. Also, there's a difference between jokes that attack silly stereotypes that nobody actually believes, and making fun actual core beliefs and values and making them seem ridiculous. Additionally, there is a difference between pure humor and satire. Satire is meant to make an actual point.
User avatar #100 - nigeltheoutlaw (10/25/2014) [-]
You're seriously no better than a feminazi. All you do is cherry pick some anecdotal stories to try and justify your self-imposed victimization, regardless of whether or not it's real.
#99 - nigeltheoutlaw (10/25/2014) [-]
And you can also get fired for being a female, or black, or a fucking toaster. That doesn't make it legal. Do you even know what anti-discrimination laws are?

Then link to them. Back it up with some facts, such as a study that is showing a nationwide increase in the thefts.

Okay, I can see now that no matter what is said or how anecdotal your stories are, you're going to insist that everyone in America hates a proper god fearing Christian. Have fun with your delusions, I'm not going to waste another minute attempting to beat some critical thought into you.
User avatar #105 - usafperson (10/25/2014) [-]
You could also just watch some tv or movies once in a while. It's pretty hard to miss usually.
#104 - usafperson (10/25/2014) [-]
User avatar #102 - usafperson (10/25/2014) [-]
I make these arguments, addressing your claims and showing the faults in your counter-arguments. Instead of making new arguments, or arguing for reinforcing your old ones, you instead put words in my mouth, using a straw-man fallacy, comparing me to a feminazi instead of attacking the point (another fallacy, Fallacious Ad hominem), and posting a GIF that really serves no purpose other than to add some passive-aggressive humor against me. Fallacies everywhere. I understand you might not know when to stop, but maybe take a step back and give it some real thought, that maybe Christians, while not being hated by everyone in America, are being hated on more now than they were 10 years ago. This was my point, and this is what you argued not to be true.
User avatar #101 - usafperson (10/25/2014) [-]
Oh my goodness. Ugh. Okay, look at what you’ve been saying and look at what I’ve been saying. Please read through this conversation, slowly, and use some of that critical thinking when you do it. After beginning with a fallacy (which is very non-critical-thinking of you), you very specifically claimed, “They’re not getting worse, Christians are just enjoying less of a benefit...” I’m telling you you’re wrong about that, and that it is in fact getting worse. How bad or good it is compared to another group is irrelevant, as I already explained to you when correcting your fallacy. So these females, blacks, and toasters that you bring up don’t support your claim in the least. But even if they could, I will inform you female and Black Americans are very, very well protected against this sort of thing, not only through law-suits, but through affirmative action as well. Toasters, unfortunately, have very few rights and are probably one of the most oppressed groups of Americans out there. Regardless, these things remain irrelevant. I will also explain to you, once again, that something doesn't need to be legal for it to happen. Welcome to real life. That fact that it is happening is the problem, even if it is technically illegal.
#49 - bapsmcgee (10/24/2014) [-]
User avatar #16 - usafperson (10/23/2014) [-]
yes
#11 - Data (10/23/2014) [-]
Well last time we weren't hostile to Christians, the Christian Dark Ages happened.
#31 - durkadurka (10/23/2014) [-]
User avatar #18 - usafperson (10/23/2014) [-]
Fun fact to add to all this: The big bang theory was made by a Catholic priest.
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Georges_Lema%C3%AEtre
User avatar #28 - meltdownlol (10/23/2014) [-]
The catholics invented alot.
User avatar #15 - cheezbrgr (10/23/2014) [-]
the only way Christianity contributed to the dark ages was because for some reason, many Romans decided it wasn't right to slaughter the Germanic peoples as many were converting to Christianity in the 300s. the weakness they showed allowed the germans to grow stronger and gain power within rome itself, causing the fall of rome.
User avatar #13 - cheezbrgr (10/23/2014) [-]
the "Christian" dark ages were not caused by christianity. in fact the christian church is what preserved the old texts and roman knowledge that would bring us out of the dark ages. in addition the dark ages was caused by the fall of the roman empire and the resulting chaos as the various peoples all fought over what was left. the kings we know today were in fact warlords who gave absolutely no shits about science as is was better to be worried about building armies and fighting. Also, the idea that the church stopped the development of knowledge is bullshit. all those researchers who are the forefathers of the modern world lived well within the grasp of the church and if they had been interested in killing them it would have been literally no effort. is wasn't until the excess land and food caused by the massive population drop from the plague and the money the italians were making from trade allowed the europeans to begin expanding their knowledge as they were no longer using all their time surviving.

User avatar #17 - Data (10/23/2014) [-]
Actually, the Church actively suppressed the advancement of science because it was seen as the "devil's work", and would try scientists by "God's judgement". They would boil the hand of a scientist is vats of hot water, and if it healed well enough in three days time, they were set free. If it did not, they were executed.
Other scientists were simply forced to renounce their trade under threats of the Church.
Sooo... yeah.
User avatar #22 - MrDeadiron (10/23/2014) [-]
Did you get your history lessons from the under the rock textbook? Seriously I'm not Christian anymore, but for Christs sake you have to accept the fact that the Catholic church is not the reason for every plight in history. Also like cheezbrgr said most early scientists in Europe were within the Catholic Church, they thought that by better understanding how the world worked they could better understand their God and in turn how to server him better. Gregor Mendel was the father of modern genetics and he was a Catholic priest. Also many texts from ancient roman civilization were preserved by Catholic monks many of them Irish.

Seriously pull your head out of your ass, trim your neckbeard, and read some goddamn books.
User avatar #21 - sspacecore (10/23/2014) [-]
I thumbed you up, just so I could thumb you down twice.
User avatar #20 - cheezbrgr (10/23/2014) [-]
and they sure as hell didn't argue with weapons development. except they prohibited the use of crossbows against other Christians.
User avatar #19 - cheezbrgr (10/23/2014) [-]
biology was pretty much the only science that was prohibited as it required using dead bodies. engineering, astronomy (after the telescope), were left alone.
#12 - singedbrick (10/23/2014) [-]
But why is it a Gif?
#310 - for example, (to my thought process) major sports in the US ar…  [+] (1 new reply) 10/21/2014 on eSports matters! 0
#312 - funnyjunkyeahyeah (10/21/2014) [-]
Many (most?) of the professional eSports are team based, as well. They've got brands, jerseys, merchandise, player stats and everything. I might say it's even easier to become attached to an eSports player because of how much you can follow them outside of professional events via online streaming.
#305 - good for them and all that good stuff, but i just cant grasp w…  [+] (3 new replies) 10/21/2014 on eSports matters! 0
#308 - funnyjunkyeahyeah (10/21/2014) [-]
Same reason any other sport has an audience. People are entertained by other people who can do things better than them.

If you don't think what they're doing is remarkable, it's probably because you don't know enough about the sport. You probably have a similar instinct towards, say, professional cricket, but that's still an extremely popular spectator sport.
User avatar #310 - cheezbrgr (10/21/2014) [-]
for example, (to my thought process) major sports in the US are so successful because they have created a following behind the team. people feel like a part of the team, they dress up, learn all the player stats. idk i just feel like gaming is to individualistic. but obviously it has a following regardless.
#312 - funnyjunkyeahyeah (10/21/2014) [-]
Many (most?) of the professional eSports are team based, as well. They've got brands, jerseys, merchandise, player stats and everything. I might say it's even easier to become attached to an eSports player because of how much you can follow them outside of professional events via online streaming.
#8 - I don't think you should just reject them on that basis, but d… 10/17/2014 on Dating slutty girls 0
#23 - i felt that that needed to be said, a long time ago.  [+] (1 new reply) 10/17/2014 on You know you fucked up... +2
User avatar #24 - captainprincess (10/17/2014) [-]
Well cmon

It shouldn't be hard to differentiate between enjoying something and displaying it in public
I don't wear my two MLP shirts in public unless I expressly mean to let people know what I like

and I have as of yet failed to conceive of a reason to do that
#3 - I had a friend who bugged me to go and box with his friends sa… 10/14/2014 on Old content is old 0
#66 - thats funny, last i checked they follow the same pattern as ev… 10/14/2014 on IM SO POLOTICAL Sfafd +1
#128 - alright, thanks i'll look into those. 10/14/2014 on Demigods Subterfuge 0
#43 - does anyone know of some books similar to this. i find that ki…  [+] (2 new replies) 10/14/2014 on Demigods Subterfuge 0
User avatar #76 - negitivzero (10/14/2014) [-]
The Pantheon Series by James Lovegrove, are mostly like that from what I have read on the inside sleeve, most are about fighting against the gods from different mythologies, I have only started to read "Age of Odin" which is actually fighting against Ragnarok, but "Age of Zeus" and "Age of Ra" are about fighting oppressive gods, there are more in the sereies but those were the only ones at the bookstore when i was there, they are set in modern times and are not about the same person and are not meant to be read in any particular order.
User avatar #128 - cheezbrgr (10/14/2014) [-]
alright, thanks i'll look into those.
#14 - just because a man doesn't talk very well doesn't mean he is s… 09/30/2014 on He was our president for... 0
#3 - what about people with a ******** of different st…  [+] (1 new reply) 09/29/2014 on What Your Playlist Says... +1
#4 - anonymous (09/30/2014) [-]
Same here, Elton John to Yuki Yajiura to In Flames to Bach to Nickel Creek.
#3 - because cops these days are just wannabe tough guys who ran ou… 09/23/2014 on SEE -1
#2 - only if you can't handle your **** .  [+] (4 new replies) 09/23/2014 on Alcohol vs Marijuana +32
User avatar #18 - darksideofthebeast (09/23/2014) [-]
I've only thrown up once and I drank a lot of wine that night.
User avatar #12 - nachobeldavid (09/23/2014) [-]
I usually end up with the beer squirts coming out the other end.
User avatar #10 - phudgepacker (09/23/2014) [-]
honestly i've only thrown up once or twice from drinking, and that's when i first started. Don't understand how some people think that this is how a long night of drinking inevitably ends up
#11 - anonymous (09/23/2014) [-]
If you push your limits and don't drink often. If you drink often you will know your limit and ultimately increase it. In other words dont b casul
#2 - i got woken up at 8 am by a pair of pitbulls attacking a women…  [+] (8 new replies) 09/23/2014 on pitbulls -39
User avatar #242 - Dember (09/24/2014) [-]
The problem here is containment, not necessarily training or feeding. I have plenty of dogs who have never seen horses and I wouldn't be shocked if they did try to attack one if they saw it; they aren't pit bulls or pit mixes, but they do have prey drives and haven't been socialized with horses or farm animals - to them, ungulates are naturally food - they don't have to be hungry or starving to act on prey drive. That is why I do not allow them to roam freely, and I make sure they can't escape my home or yard and wreak havoc on the neighborhood, including any horses and cattle around here. The pit bulls should have been kept in a house or secure yard; their negligence got their dog killed.

You weren't wrong to shoot a dog who could have seriously harmed someone and/or the animal she was riding (SHE should have been carrying a gun; that's careless) but you ARE wrong to blame the breed itself.
Any dog not raised around animals like that could have done it; a pit bull may have once been bred for bull baiting, but it was outlawed centuries ago and there have not been dogs actively bred for it in hundreds of generations.

I guarantee you my huskies would have done the same; I've had one snap at a horse when it came up and sniffed him once and if he had been off-leash he'd have very likely tried to attack it.
#180 - xonorithedruid (09/23/2014) [-]
User avatar #122 - primsun (09/23/2014) [-]
The argument in this comp is not applicable or acceptable. It is employing a simple logical fallacy. A small displayal of anecdotal evidence does not constitute proof. I do recognize that pitbulls are not necessarily bad or a bad bread, but anyone who takes physcology or behavior science will understand that there are multiple causes for behavior both "good" and "bad". It can be caused by education, environment, and genetics.
Statistically speaking it is possible to say that a bread is more violent, but it is illogical to say that a specific dog is more violent solely based on its bread.

TLR; While this may have a point, limited anecdotal evidence cannot be used when making a widespread distinction. Behavior is caused by multiple factors; it can be caused by education, environment, and genetics. Statistically speaking it is possible to say that a bread is more violent, but it is illogical to say that a specific dog is more violent solely based on its bread.
User avatar #82 - nigeltheoutlaw (09/23/2014) [-]
This is funny. The content shows a few anecdotal stories about pit bulls not eating babies for once, and everyone thinks that's truth. Then you come in with an anecdotal story trying to do the same thing and you get thumbed down. Fucking retarded.
User avatar #53 - lean (09/23/2014) [-]
Pitbulls are like AR-15s. The media wants to ban them and calls them evil, but when properly used (trained) by people who aren't psychopaths they are no different from any other "safe" gun (breed). Few dogs attack unprovoked, unless they are trained to do so.
User avatar #3 - elmosays (09/23/2014) [-]
That's easy to say it's the breed's fault, but just because they are fed well doesn't mean they are raised well. Every dog need proper obedience and its usually the bigger dogs that need it because they can easily get out of hand. A pack of Labradors or German shepherds could have easily done the same thing and no one would bat an eye or say its the breeds fault. Also fat isn't healthy at all for dogs. It can cause them to have similar problems in humans like joint pain. That could have also lead to why the dogs were so irritated. They were probably a bunch of unhealthy dogs in a pack environment (because there were multiple dogs) exposed to a knew thing (the horse) and didn't know how to cope with it so they just attacked.
User avatar #123 - primsun (09/23/2014) [-]
The argument in this comp is not applicable or acceptable. It is employing a simple logical fallacy. A small displayal of anecdotal evidence does not constitute proof. I do recognize that pitbulls are not necessarily bad or a bad bread, but anyone who takes physcology or behavior science will understand that there are multiple causes for behavior both "good" and "bad". It can be caused by education, environment, and genetics.
Statistically speaking it is possible to say that a bread is more violent, but it is illogical to say that a specific dog is more violent solely based on its bread.

TLR; While this may have a point, limited anecdotal evidence cannot be used when making a widespread distinction. Behavior is caused by multiple factors; it can be caused by education, environment, and genetics. Statistically speaking it is possible to say that a bread is more violent, but it is illogical to say that a specific dog is more violent solely based on its bread.
User avatar #166 - kinginyellow (09/23/2014) [-]
But this isn't saying all Pitbulls are good, it's saying that too many negative stories have surfaced because people care more about being angry or outraged than reading stories like this. They may be anecdotal evidence, but so are the bad experiences with Pitbulls, and this content is pointing out you can raise a good Pitbull.
#7 - it wouldn't be an issue if businesses weren't given tax credit… 09/23/2014 on man has a point 0
#14 - when me and my dad compared the cost he paid compared to what … 09/22/2014 on (untitled) +31
#10 - destiny and dark souls 2. 09/22/2014 on ? 0
#30 - sweet jesus. next thing you know ill be wearing a dress.  [+] (1 new reply) 09/22/2014 on you wouldn't download a... +1
#31 - captainprincess (09/22/2014) [-]
be fancy~
#27 - coming from a guy called captain princess. yeah  [+] (3 new replies) 09/22/2014 on you wouldn't download a... +1
#28 - captainprincess (09/22/2014) [-]
damn fuckin straight
Im your captain now little missy
User avatar #30 - cheezbrgr (09/22/2014) [-]
sweet jesus. next thing you know ill be wearing a dress.
#31 - captainprincess (09/22/2014) [-]
be fancy~
#25 - i bench 295. i have sixty pound dumbells next to my bed and i …  [+] (5 new replies) 09/22/2014 on you wouldn't download a... +1
User avatar #26 - captainprincess (09/22/2014) [-]
Im sure you do princess
User avatar #27 - cheezbrgr (09/22/2014) [-]
coming from a guy called captain princess. yeah
#28 - captainprincess (09/22/2014) [-]
damn fuckin straight
Im your captain now little missy
User avatar #30 - cheezbrgr (09/22/2014) [-]
sweet jesus. next thing you know ill be wearing a dress.
#31 - captainprincess (09/22/2014) [-]
be fancy~
#22 - i weigh 240. im six two. 36 inch waist. just because i dont ag…  [+] (7 new replies) 09/22/2014 on you wouldn't download a... +1
User avatar #24 - captainprincess (09/22/2014) [-]
I didn't call you smell cockbean I called you weak
I implied that the porcelain display-model-only muscles of tiny-waist-high-definition beautybuilders doesn't deliver what it's look promises
User avatar #25 - cheezbrgr (09/22/2014) [-]
i bench 295. i have sixty pound dumbells next to my bed and i have been working out since i was 14, im 22 now. i am also unload trucks for money as i work logistics. wrong again sugartits.
User avatar #26 - captainprincess (09/22/2014) [-]
Im sure you do princess
User avatar #27 - cheezbrgr (09/22/2014) [-]
coming from a guy called captain princess. yeah
#28 - captainprincess (09/22/2014) [-]
damn fuckin straight
Im your captain now little missy
User avatar #30 - cheezbrgr (09/22/2014) [-]
sweet jesus. next thing you know ill be wearing a dress.
#31 - captainprincess (09/22/2014) [-]
be fancy~
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