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#85 - Well the OP of that post got into pretentious **** terr… 01/31/2015 on EA games has gone to far 0
#144 - The point of it is that the abrahamic god cannot exist in the …  [+] (13 new replies) 01/31/2015 on Stephen Fry ladies and... +1
User avatar #687 - blueflags (01/31/2015) [-]
like I said to wtfduud I don't see why that's a logical conclusion. Putting aside the argument of the existence of god, why would people associate bad things, or good things by extension, with the doing of God?

I understand Jews, Muslims, and Christians alike believe that God is good and his work is good, but who's to say what exactly "good" is? Take those eye-insects for instance. Are they not another "creation" of God? Are they not also supposed to live and behave the way their genetics dictate themselves to? The burrowing in eyeballs, while unfortunate and "bad" to those children, grant the insects another generation of life. If you believe in evolution, you can't really say that those insects are evil. They're just another form of life.

I have the understanding that the religions based off of the abrahamic god all agree that death, although sometimes painful, sad, unfair, etc. is a natural, unavoidable, good thing innate in creation. So, all diseases, natural disasters, and all unfortunate events are natural in the whole scheme of existence, and therefore good.

You don't have to agree with me btw, I'm just trying to point out the way many religions refute the idea that god is evil. hopefully I did that well enough
User avatar #970 - hydraetis (02/01/2015) [-]
In Judaism and Christianity, the rule against murder came directly from god, thus you can pretty confidently say that murder is indeed evil. But, murder is still happening constantly everyday, and we have seen zero sign of divine intervention to stop it from happening.

In other words, god is not stopping something from happening that he himself told us was evil.
User avatar #1008 - blueflags (02/01/2015) [-]
true, humans murder other humans. doesn't violate anything I've said though
User avatar #1014 - hydraetis (02/01/2015) [-]
Yea, it does. God says murder is evil, and yet he allows it to happen.
User avatar #1015 - blueflags (02/01/2015) [-]
I don't think you understood my comment 687. Idk how to describe it any better than that, so if I can't describe it to you, then I guess idk what else to say
User avatar #1021 - hydraetis (02/01/2015) [-]
The abrahamic religions state that their system of what is good and evil came DIRECTLY from god himself. Therefore, no matter how it is spun, god cannot exist as described. If the good and evil system he gave us is true, then he cannot exist as described as he is clearly not stopping the things he himself deemed evil from happening. If the good and evil system he gave us is untrue, then he still cannot exist as described, as the act of intentionally lying would go against his described nature.
User avatar #1020 - hydraetis (02/01/2015) [-]
My point was that the abrahamic god cannot exist in the way he's described. Not that just 'a' god is impossible.

As in, he's supposed to have infinite power, infinite knowledge, and is the epitome of 'good'. He gives us a list of things that he deems to be evil, but then allows those things to continue happening. Thus, he either lacks to power to stop those evil things from happening, lacks the omniscience to know those things are happening, or lacks the desire to stop them. Any one of those things means that he does not exist in the way he is described.
User avatar #1025 - blueflags (02/01/2015) [-]
oh I see now. I think the reason he allows evil to happen because he wants humans to be able to choose between evil and good. The alternative would be making us only able to do good, which defeats the reasoning behind why certain things are good or evil. Kind of like the yin-yang principle. For every shade of blue, there has to be a shade of grey to differentiate
User avatar #1029 - hydraetis (02/01/2015) [-]
Except as a perfectly good being, he should be bound by his nature to have to stop evil anywhere that it occurs.
User avatar #1050 - blueflags (02/01/2015) [-]
That's not true. The negation of that statement then would be if person X did not stop at least one evil act, they are not perfectly good, which is ludicrous. Just because god, as christians see him, allows humans to do evil (in order to keep them in his image-which is the ability to choose between good and evil) doesn't mean he is not good.
User avatar #1060 - hydraetis (02/02/2015) [-]
"if person X did not stop at least one evil act, they are not perfectly good"

Actually, if person X has the power to stop anything in the universe at any time on a whim, yes.
User avatar #1064 - blueflags (02/02/2015) [-]
good conversation though. Not too many people can pinpoint their disagreements to a direct statement i said
User avatar #1063 - blueflags (02/02/2015) [-]
I guess we disagree. It boils down to whether or not you agree good can only exist with evil to compare it to. I believe so.
#39 - I was always confused as to whether King was a Luchadore or ac… 01/31/2015 on Nailed it. 0
#214 - Aaaaand why does that matter? 01/31/2015 on This is unacceptable 0
#212 - US is only 50km^2 bigger in land mass than Canada (C… 01/31/2015 on This is unacceptable 0
#43 - So basically the last one is legit the size of a mountain  [+] (1 new reply) 01/31/2015 on plagiarism 0
#50 - anonymous (01/31/2015) [-]
WRONG !! That fucker was bigger than a mountain. And if I remember correctly, those mountains were roughly the size of Everest or bigger, can't remember. Bitch was huge.
#21 - Just get a loud boombox and play some classical. Should have t… 01/31/2015 on Serenading the Cattle +1
#20 - But wizards wouldn't run out of pew-pew 01/31/2015 on Hogwarts - Ghetto edition +5
#96 - China, Canada, and Russia are each bigger than the US. …  [+] (2 new replies) 01/31/2015 on This is unacceptable -1
#211 - anonymous (01/31/2015) [-]
What are you talking about? Look up your number again and also include the WHOLE US, not just the part you want to.

Russia agree, however US has more pop than Canada and Russia combined too
User avatar #212 - hydraetis (01/31/2015) [-]
world.bymap.org/LandArea.html

US is only 50km^2 bigger in land mass than Canada (Canada is bigger if you take into account the size including the continental shelf).

China is still bigger than the US.

Congratulations.

Still fail to see the point of bringing it up. You guys seem to have an innate need to go parading around screaming "I HAVE THE BIGGEST DICK" everywhere.
#32 - Pretty sure he's talking about the wicked iris colouring, not … 01/31/2015 on People from around the world 6 +1
#82 - Wasn't a forceful hit. The person flying over just pumped her … 01/31/2015 on Japanese Pro Wrestling +2
#79 - The way he just flies off is too damn good  [+] (1 new reply) 01/31/2015 on Japanese Pro Wrestling +10
#140 - haitianfighter (01/31/2015) [-]
#78 - Man, why would you watch any fighting event other than pro-wre… 01/31/2015 on Japanese Pro Wrestling +1
#77 - She'll be fine. The person kicking only gave it a push rather … 01/31/2015 on Japanese Pro Wrestling +5
#110 - soooooo are wormholes confirmed to be real things now?  [+] (6 new replies) 01/30/2015 on Tyson causes brain implosion +2
User avatar #137 - commencingfailure (01/30/2015) [-]
no. That what was said in the OP is bullshit. Wormholes are a myth so far.
User avatar #111 - silverzepher (01/30/2015) [-]
i know it was thought that black holes could be wormholes, they would connect to white holes, though it was all theoretical, so he could have been talking speculatively, we can do that, i've never been to the top of mt. Everest, but i could assume what it looks like.
User avatar #120 - heartlessrobot (01/30/2015) [-]
I thought wormholes were blackholes that connected to another black hole through a separate dimension.
And I mean spacial dimension, like 3rd, 4th, 5th, etc.
Not magick dimension, like Oblivion and other demon shit.
User avatar #126 - silverzepher (01/30/2015) [-]
no just a path between 2 areas, think warp, not tele, you move faster because there is just 1 path, that is shorter than going from a-c by going to b, you go straight to c.
User avatar #131 - heartlessrobot (01/30/2015) [-]
I wasn't thinking teleportation, I was thinking more like a tunnel.
The black hole tears through fabric like a drill through a mountain, while another drill comes through the other side, being the other black hole.
#121 - TheHutchie (01/30/2015) [-]
For all I know, you could be right, but somehow this image still feels apt.
#102 - Picture 01/30/2015 on G.A.Y. 0
#63 - Comment deleted 01/30/2015 on Shower with my GF +4
#42 - He only flips out when the person he's addressing is being inc… 01/30/2015 on gordon ramsay... 0
#118 - The guy in the back may be able to shoot him, but the guy in t… 01/30/2015 on Everything's under control 0
#117 - It's not like he's under a 2 second time limit to do it before…  [+] (1 new reply) 01/30/2015 on Everything's under control 0
User avatar #123 - mutzaki (01/30/2015) [-]
Do you know what a high stress situation is? Have you ever heard before of the fact that you never know how you'll act in such a situation? Even if you're a martial artist who has practiced a bunch of fancy techniques in a dojo, you're still very likely to not remember or feel confident enough to do any of that in a high stress situation. When someone is holding a gun against you, it's idiotic to assume that they'll hesitate to pull the trigger. Unless you have no other chance of survival, following their directions is definitely the best thing to do. Any professional will tell you that.
#114 - blargtastic You can do it in either direction, howeve… 01/30/2015 on Everything's under control 0
#89 - Pokemon seem to absolutely be the stand-in for wildlife.  [+] (1 new reply) 01/30/2015 on CHILDHOOD GONE 0
User avatar #90 - monswine (01/30/2015) [-]
it's woefully incomplete, there's no way it's self sustaining. Until I get a quote from an Official source I am quite content believing that there are normal critters alongside Pokemon and I'm perfectly happy to let you think otherwise.
#87 - ???? We refer to wildlife as animals. In the pokemon …  [+] (3 new replies) 01/30/2015 on CHILDHOOD GONE 0
User avatar #88 - monswine (01/30/2015) [-]
I think Pocketto Monstars are the special breeds that engage in Pokemon battles and can be digitized and traded and captured in pokeballs whereas regular wildlife just doesn't jump out at you from the tall grass.
User avatar #89 - hydraetis (01/30/2015) [-]
bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/History_of_the_Pok%C3%A9mon_world

Pokemon seem to absolutely be the stand-in for wildlife.
User avatar #90 - monswine (01/30/2015) [-]
it's woefully incomplete, there's no way it's self sustaining. Until I get a quote from an Official source I am quite content believing that there are normal critters alongside Pokemon and I'm perfectly happy to let you think otherwise.
#85 - Because how would it make sense for every little blade of gras…  [+] (5 new replies) 01/30/2015 on CHILDHOOD GONE 0
User avatar #86 - monswine (01/30/2015) [-]
If not all vegetation is pokemon, why do all animals have to be pokemon? And where did people come from? Mankey? Aipom? Darmanitan?
User avatar #87 - hydraetis (01/30/2015) [-]
????

We refer to wildlife as animals. In the pokemon world, they refer to wildlife as pokemon.

I don't get what's so crazy about that.
User avatar #88 - monswine (01/30/2015) [-]
I think Pocketto Monstars are the special breeds that engage in Pokemon battles and can be digitized and traded and captured in pokeballs whereas regular wildlife just doesn't jump out at you from the tall grass.
User avatar #89 - hydraetis (01/30/2015) [-]
bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/History_of_the_Pok%C3%A9mon_world

Pokemon seem to absolutely be the stand-in for wildlife.
User avatar #90 - monswine (01/30/2015) [-]
it's woefully incomplete, there's no way it's self sustaining. Until I get a quote from an Official source I am quite content believing that there are normal critters alongside Pokemon and I'm perfectly happy to let you think otherwise.
#83 - But the pokemon ARE the 'regular wild animals', and of course …  [+] (7 new replies) 01/30/2015 on CHILDHOOD GONE 0
User avatar #84 - monswine (01/30/2015) [-]
why of course?
User avatar #85 - hydraetis (01/30/2015) [-]
Because how would it make sense for every little blade of grass to be a pokemon? Or every shrub, every flower, every tree, etc.?

User avatar #86 - monswine (01/30/2015) [-]
If not all vegetation is pokemon, why do all animals have to be pokemon? And where did people come from? Mankey? Aipom? Darmanitan?
User avatar #87 - hydraetis (01/30/2015) [-]
????

We refer to wildlife as animals. In the pokemon world, they refer to wildlife as pokemon.

I don't get what's so crazy about that.
User avatar #88 - monswine (01/30/2015) [-]
I think Pocketto Monstars are the special breeds that engage in Pokemon battles and can be digitized and traded and captured in pokeballs whereas regular wildlife just doesn't jump out at you from the tall grass.
User avatar #89 - hydraetis (01/30/2015) [-]
bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/History_of_the_Pok%C3%A9mon_world

Pokemon seem to absolutely be the stand-in for wildlife.
User avatar #90 - monswine (01/30/2015) [-]
it's woefully incomplete, there's no way it's self sustaining. Until I get a quote from an Official source I am quite content believing that there are normal critters alongside Pokemon and I'm perfectly happy to let you think otherwise.

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User avatar #13 - muchoslibros (03/09/2015) [-]
Funeral March (Chopin; High Audio Version) Thank you.
User avatar #12 - muchoslibros (03/09/2015) [-]
Answer it you ******* faggot.
User avatar #11 - revengeforfreeze (03/30/2014) [-]
are you from denmark or norway?
User avatar #10 - lolollo (01/14/2014) [-]
So were you hoping to get in on the conversation where you just went through a thumbed down all my comments or are you just looking for a petty victory? I'm not having much luck with the other guy, and seeing as how it's obvious you disagree with what I said. I just wanted to pinpoint which part it was.
User avatar #9 - revengeforfreeze (10/10/2013) [-]
ijustwanttobecool
User avatar #3 - someponynew (04/12/2013) [-]
Thanks for your help with that dude last night, he was probably the worst troll I've ever seen.
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