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#4 - Who the **** just looks up vagina? Have you ever …  [+] (5 new replies) 06/24/2014 on VERIZON +13
#12 - anonymous (06/24/2014) [-]
Some vaginas are hideous, true. But some... Man... some are just amazing. Anon because opinion.
User avatar #10 - stevecartel (06/24/2014) [-]
At least he didn't look up anus
#14 - stevecartel (06/25/2014) [-]
User avatar #13 - caffeinecommissar (06/25/2014) [-]
What about the people who like anal sex?
User avatar #6 - playercz (06/24/2014) [-]
Wait, am I not the only one who sees it the same way? Amazing.
#16 - I was just thinking that; one good sneeze and it's game over, m8 06/24/2014 on Death by SNU-SNU 0
#21 - What, why? Is it because it's interpreted to be an extrapolati…  [+] (2 new replies) 06/06/2014 on I ... what? 0
#30 - levonmazode (06/07/2014) [-]
"everyone and everything is stupid" I have never agreed more with anything in my life
#25 - butakun (06/07/2014) [-]
No. It will just make you facepalm or rage. Don't bother, not worth the time/effort/etc.
#18 - Okay. 1) I'm not saying becoming a priest makes you more likel… 05/01/2014 on Don't go into the light!! 0
#16 - I could probably carry a conversation beyond "hurr durr p…  [+] (2 new replies) 04/30/2014 on Don't go into the light!! 0
#17 - angelusprimus (04/30/2014) [-]
"I'm just incredulous that I'd have to; how can that not be enough?"
Because its bullshit. 410,000 catholic priests. over 3 million in past 60 years, and how many accused child rapists in same period? less then 200. That makes percentage of priests that are child abusers lower then percentage of computer programmers.
And child marrying is not islamic, but cultural practice in those areas. Best example is that it hasn't stopped, and has been preserved by tribal leaders in many countries where religious authorities straight out forbidden it and declared it haram. If those people were atheists, they would still be marrying children, because its a tribal thing.
And here is the thing. People do horrible things because people are horrible, and they will always find an excuse to be horrible. Crusades didn't happen because christians had a burning desire to fight infidels, they happened because Byzantine emperor asked pope for help stopping invading muslims, and pope got all the knights to go and fight by promising them land in the middle east. Reign of terror in france didn't kill all the priests because they were atheists and wanted to rid the world of superstition, they did it because priests were rich and lands got confiscated.
If all religion got erased, this moment, nothing would change because problem is not religion, its just an excuse, problem are people.
#18 - jefticles (05/01/2014) [-]
Okay. 1) I'm not saying becoming a priest makes you more likely to molest children. I am, however, saying that it will help you get away with it. The Holy See has (and, I imagine, will continue to) relocated priests accused within its boundaries of its own jurisdiction to avoid confrontation and trials. The difference would be that there isn't a coalition of computer programmers helping to hide and absolve its own members to protect itself from public ridicule when accusations arise. 2) I can grasp that child marriage is a cultural stamp in another area of the world, I just don't understand the point of a religion claiming to be the ultimate source of good in the world that not only does nothing about it, but doesn't even actively discourage it. If Islamic countries were butting heads with the act of child marriage, it might make a little more sense. It makes a claim that denotes it responsibility and then abandons that responsibility.

And religion can be an excuse; like anything, it can be manipulated and misused. But it can also manipulate and misuse. It can shape minds, people and nations to do things, or it minds, people and nations can shape it to do things. I'm not against it because of its potential misuse; I'm against it because of its influence, how even after thousands of years it can still control people and bend them to its will. All while avoiding taxation.

Call me a neckbeard, if you like, man. Envision me out wearing a fedora and blazer over my comic book oriented t-shirt tucked into my cargo shorts complaining about how all the women I refer to as "m'lady" always friendzone me. Really, I just think it's incredibly unfair how little work religion has to do to have the power and influence it does. Enjoy the funny.
#14 - Did you legitimately come across my reply and think, "Hmm…  [+] (4 new replies) 04/30/2014 on Don't go into the light!! 0
#15 - angelusprimus (04/30/2014) [-]
No, I saw your reply and seen that best you can do is go for stereotypical "child raping priests" and "child raping moosleeem" and came to a reasonable conclusion that you are just another faith hating neckbeard who is not capable of a discussion beyond
"hurr durr priests rape children"
#16 - jefticles (04/30/2014) [-]
I could probably carry a conversation beyond "hurr durr priests rape children," I'm just incredulous that I'd have to; how can that not be enough? What else could I possibly put on the table? I mean, religion also gets buildings blown up and stem cell research slowed down; would that do it? If a mountain of kids getting physically and sexually assaulted and mentally scarred doesn't strike a chord, would the fact that religion encourages people to live in a world disconnected from reality get a gasp or two?

Please, enlighten me. I'd love to live in a world that isn't ruled by ancient fairy tales keeping us millennia behind where we could be, where I guess kids-getting-raped is apparently nothing more than just a pesky nuisance, but I'd hate to be immediately discredited as "just another faith hating neckbeard." Is my only option to really just sit quietly and hope everything changes itself?
#17 - angelusprimus (04/30/2014) [-]
"I'm just incredulous that I'd have to; how can that not be enough?"
Because its bullshit. 410,000 catholic priests. over 3 million in past 60 years, and how many accused child rapists in same period? less then 200. That makes percentage of priests that are child abusers lower then percentage of computer programmers.
And child marrying is not islamic, but cultural practice in those areas. Best example is that it hasn't stopped, and has been preserved by tribal leaders in many countries where religious authorities straight out forbidden it and declared it haram. If those people were atheists, they would still be marrying children, because its a tribal thing.
And here is the thing. People do horrible things because people are horrible, and they will always find an excuse to be horrible. Crusades didn't happen because christians had a burning desire to fight infidels, they happened because Byzantine emperor asked pope for help stopping invading muslims, and pope got all the knights to go and fight by promising them land in the middle east. Reign of terror in france didn't kill all the priests because they were atheists and wanted to rid the world of superstition, they did it because priests were rich and lands got confiscated.
If all religion got erased, this moment, nothing would change because problem is not religion, its just an excuse, problem are people.
#18 - jefticles (05/01/2014) [-]
Okay. 1) I'm not saying becoming a priest makes you more likely to molest children. I am, however, saying that it will help you get away with it. The Holy See has (and, I imagine, will continue to) relocated priests accused within its boundaries of its own jurisdiction to avoid confrontation and trials. The difference would be that there isn't a coalition of computer programmers helping to hide and absolve its own members to protect itself from public ridicule when accusations arise. 2) I can grasp that child marriage is a cultural stamp in another area of the world, I just don't understand the point of a religion claiming to be the ultimate source of good in the world that not only does nothing about it, but doesn't even actively discourage it. If Islamic countries were butting heads with the act of child marriage, it might make a little more sense. It makes a claim that denotes it responsibility and then abandons that responsibility.

And religion can be an excuse; like anything, it can be manipulated and misused. But it can also manipulate and misuse. It can shape minds, people and nations to do things, or it minds, people and nations can shape it to do things. I'm not against it because of its potential misuse; I'm against it because of its influence, how even after thousands of years it can still control people and bend them to its will. All while avoiding taxation.

Call me a neckbeard, if you like, man. Envision me out wearing a fedora and blazer over my comic book oriented t-shirt tucked into my cargo shorts complaining about how all the women I refer to as "m'lady" always friendzone me. Really, I just think it's incredibly unfair how little work religion has to do to have the power and influence it does. Enjoy the funny.
#14 - I'm just as anti-affirmative action as the next guy, but what … 04/27/2014 on read an article on... 0
#14 - Huh. So being a fat chick is just like being a man. Neat. 04/27/2014 on Fat Privilage Part 2 +5
#6 - This was an unwanted lecture. Also, if more people were a litt…  [+] (6 new replies) 04/27/2014 on Don't go into the light!! 0
#9 - angelusprimus (04/28/2014) [-]
So, how much does fedora go for this days?
Prices must be high with you and your brethren increasing the demand.
#14 - jefticles (04/30/2014) [-]
Did you legitimately come across my reply and think, "Hmm, this guy doesn't like political systems that encourage non-thinking and pedophilia? He must be some sort of neckbeard, since everyone that openly displays such opinions meet the exact same stereotypical qualities. I'll make some cunning remark about those stupid looking hats that those uncouth fellows are always sporting and watch as he crumbles under the societal pressure and accepts that his voice has no power to alter any of the injustices in this world, let alone alert and enthuse others who may be unaware of them."

Scathing.
#15 - angelusprimus (04/30/2014) [-]
No, I saw your reply and seen that best you can do is go for stereotypical "child raping priests" and "child raping moosleeem" and came to a reasonable conclusion that you are just another faith hating neckbeard who is not capable of a discussion beyond
"hurr durr priests rape children"
#16 - jefticles (04/30/2014) [-]
I could probably carry a conversation beyond "hurr durr priests rape children," I'm just incredulous that I'd have to; how can that not be enough? What else could I possibly put on the table? I mean, religion also gets buildings blown up and stem cell research slowed down; would that do it? If a mountain of kids getting physically and sexually assaulted and mentally scarred doesn't strike a chord, would the fact that religion encourages people to live in a world disconnected from reality get a gasp or two?

Please, enlighten me. I'd love to live in a world that isn't ruled by ancient fairy tales keeping us millennia behind where we could be, where I guess kids-getting-raped is apparently nothing more than just a pesky nuisance, but I'd hate to be immediately discredited as "just another faith hating neckbeard." Is my only option to really just sit quietly and hope everything changes itself?
#17 - angelusprimus (04/30/2014) [-]
"I'm just incredulous that I'd have to; how can that not be enough?"
Because its bullshit. 410,000 catholic priests. over 3 million in past 60 years, and how many accused child rapists in same period? less then 200. That makes percentage of priests that are child abusers lower then percentage of computer programmers.
And child marrying is not islamic, but cultural practice in those areas. Best example is that it hasn't stopped, and has been preserved by tribal leaders in many countries where religious authorities straight out forbidden it and declared it haram. If those people were atheists, they would still be marrying children, because its a tribal thing.
And here is the thing. People do horrible things because people are horrible, and they will always find an excuse to be horrible. Crusades didn't happen because christians had a burning desire to fight infidels, they happened because Byzantine emperor asked pope for help stopping invading muslims, and pope got all the knights to go and fight by promising them land in the middle east. Reign of terror in france didn't kill all the priests because they were atheists and wanted to rid the world of superstition, they did it because priests were rich and lands got confiscated.
If all religion got erased, this moment, nothing would change because problem is not religion, its just an excuse, problem are people.
#18 - jefticles (05/01/2014) [-]
Okay. 1) I'm not saying becoming a priest makes you more likely to molest children. I am, however, saying that it will help you get away with it. The Holy See has (and, I imagine, will continue to) relocated priests accused within its boundaries of its own jurisdiction to avoid confrontation and trials. The difference would be that there isn't a coalition of computer programmers helping to hide and absolve its own members to protect itself from public ridicule when accusations arise. 2) I can grasp that child marriage is a cultural stamp in another area of the world, I just don't understand the point of a religion claiming to be the ultimate source of good in the world that not only does nothing about it, but doesn't even actively discourage it. If Islamic countries were butting heads with the act of child marriage, it might make a little more sense. It makes a claim that denotes it responsibility and then abandons that responsibility.

And religion can be an excuse; like anything, it can be manipulated and misused. But it can also manipulate and misuse. It can shape minds, people and nations to do things, or it minds, people and nations can shape it to do things. I'm not against it because of its potential misuse; I'm against it because of its influence, how even after thousands of years it can still control people and bend them to its will. All while avoiding taxation.

Call me a neckbeard, if you like, man. Envision me out wearing a fedora and blazer over my comic book oriented t-shirt tucked into my cargo shorts complaining about how all the women I refer to as "m'lady" always friendzone me. Really, I just think it's incredibly unfair how little work religion has to do to have the power and influence it does. Enjoy the funny.
#12 - You can understand that [whatever] isn't a hive mind and still… 04/27/2014 on . 0
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