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#8 - DING DING DING WE HAVE A WINNER!!  [+] (1 new reply) 07/18/2012 on Rapists to Tosh: Finally... +1
#9 - atomschlumpf (07/18/2012) [-]
#3 - wanna know who is really butt hurt? people that got raped  [+] (5 new replies) 07/17/2012 on Rapists to Tosh: Finally... +1
#4 - boogiemanjim (07/17/2012) [-]
Read the above statement. Now off is the general direction in which I wish you to fuck.
#5 - atomschlumpf (07/17/2012) [-]
I think he was trying to make a joke, like, you get raped in the butt > butthurt
User avatar #8 - jimmytenders (07/18/2012) [-]
DING DING DING WE HAVE A WINNER!!
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#6 - boogiemanjim (07/17/2012) [-]
Oh yeah. That makes more sense. Good point.
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#194 - i do apperciate the fact that you did check out the movie, it … 06/01/2012 on Babies 0
#193 - i completely agree, best example i know of is myself and my br… 06/01/2012 on Babies 0
#138 - watch the movie "expelled" science completely contra…  [+] (4 new replies) 06/01/2012 on Babies 0
#183 - thepenname (06/01/2012) [-]
So I've started watching the movie. First let me say Ben Stein is a terrible host. His voice is annoying and I hate how he went the obnoxious route of any documentary host, no matter the inclination, overusing ironic or sarcastic statements and exhibiting annoying behaviors simply for entertainment's sake. It's fine in a proper context, like in Jackass when being annoying is the whole purpose of the film, but when he's trying to pass his movie off as academic and yet scratches his back in a college classroom, I can't help thinking of him as an enormous tool.

Anyway, I've gotten thirty minutes into the film, but now I want to go to bed so I'll finish it tomorrow. Right now I've gleaned that Darwinism is flawed, which I don't doubt. However, Ben was wrong to say, "Crystals? Aliens? I thought we were
talking about science, not science fiction." The difference between believing life could have formed from crystals is based on crystals' own inorganic way of "mutating." And the theory aliens could have planted life here is founded on some of the solid evidence we've found that life might have existed on Mars, and thus it's not unlikely other planets could have been advanced enough to come to our planet and leave behind the foundation of life. I haven't, however, seen any evidence to suggest a higher intelligence exists to intervene in the formation of the universe and life. But maybe there's more on that later in the film. I'll see later.

Also, I'm really getting annoyed with what feels to me like improper depictions of Darwinists as well as the supports of intelligent design. I think the fact Stein mentioned Darwinists have abandoned previous methods of recreating the beginning of life disproves that they're opposed to admitting the original theory is flawed. Putting a few professors on the spot is not an accurate representation of the entire community.

Then creationists being made out as an oppressed minority is bullshit. More Americans are still Christian than not
#184 - thepenname (06/01/2012) [-]
and evolution is still sometimes fought in school. I'm not saying that supports of intelligent design aren't unfairly treated. They certainly can be. But evolutionists still face plenty of adversity in our very Christian society. It's unfair to make either look like the oppressor and the other the oppressed.
#175 - thepenname (06/01/2012) [-]
If you REALLY want to educate me, you would tell me yourself. I could go tell you to watch the first Zeitgeist movie, but I don't expect you to go out of your way when I could just explain some of the finer points myself.

I did do a quick Google search of expelled and interestingly there's a whole website dedicated to debunking it: www.expelledexposed.com/
User avatar #194 - jimmytenders (06/01/2012) [-]
i do apperciate the fact that you did check out the movie, it just has some major points. one of which is what id rather debate, i personally dont really like debating a topic which seems one sided in a sense. no doubt that believing in the Bible and Christianity takes faith but so does pretty much everything, for instance all the science books you have read takes faith to believe they are true until you have gone and done an experiment proving it for yourself, but sense science is can almost always do this you start to believe everything you read in a science book as a matter of fact which is why i dont like how (in my highschool science class and college science class) evolution is in there pretty much as fact, even though it IS still a theory.

i believe that when disscusing hot topics such as religion and politics its important to start with baby steps. Before we get into the miracles of Christ and when God sent down a pillar of fire to burn up and offering, i would like to establish that there is even a possiblity of a higher being, even if you believe it was a flying speghetti monster that is something im willing to work with, but if you dont believe that there are any higher powers that be, no possibility of Intelligent Design then truthfully we really dont have much to talk about, it will practically just be a yelling match of two people that disagree and thats the last thing i would like.

i can tell that you are a very smart person and you have done your research thoroughly and you have been very polite and as far as i can tell open minded which i apperciate very much. please dont think of this as me backing down because im wrong rather think of it as me respecting what you believe to hold true. in all honesty neither of us can truly know who is right both take a certain amount of faith and honestly i do hope you are right, it would be better for there to be nothingness after death than what i believe.

i have much respect for you sir.
#127 - yes they are theories which is why i said that simply you must…  [+] (6 new replies) 06/01/2012 on Babies 0
#133 - thepenname (06/01/2012) [-]
Okay, I already know I believe in the Big Bang. I don't see how that's a useful comment to say I must come to a conclusion, since I've already done it. If by "you" you just mean people in general, it isn't so simple a matter of deciding or not. Some theories are better than others. The Big Bang has stronger evidence than creationism. And people should believe in it because if the entire world supports a field that actually has practical implications in our day-to-day lives, we stand to benefit more than if everyone believes in creationism, which encourages fewer fields of study and hampers others.
User avatar #138 - jimmytenders (06/01/2012) [-]
watch the movie "expelled" science completely contradicting what you just said
#183 - thepenname (06/01/2012) [-]
So I've started watching the movie. First let me say Ben Stein is a terrible host. His voice is annoying and I hate how he went the obnoxious route of any documentary host, no matter the inclination, overusing ironic or sarcastic statements and exhibiting annoying behaviors simply for entertainment's sake. It's fine in a proper context, like in Jackass when being annoying is the whole purpose of the film, but when he's trying to pass his movie off as academic and yet scratches his back in a college classroom, I can't help thinking of him as an enormous tool.

Anyway, I've gotten thirty minutes into the film, but now I want to go to bed so I'll finish it tomorrow. Right now I've gleaned that Darwinism is flawed, which I don't doubt. However, Ben was wrong to say, "Crystals? Aliens? I thought we were
talking about science, not science fiction." The difference between believing life could have formed from crystals is based on crystals' own inorganic way of "mutating." And the theory aliens could have planted life here is founded on some of the solid evidence we've found that life might have existed on Mars, and thus it's not unlikely other planets could have been advanced enough to come to our planet and leave behind the foundation of life. I haven't, however, seen any evidence to suggest a higher intelligence exists to intervene in the formation of the universe and life. But maybe there's more on that later in the film. I'll see later.

Also, I'm really getting annoyed with what feels to me like improper depictions of Darwinists as well as the supports of intelligent design. I think the fact Stein mentioned Darwinists have abandoned previous methods of recreating the beginning of life disproves that they're opposed to admitting the original theory is flawed. Putting a few professors on the spot is not an accurate representation of the entire community.

Then creationists being made out as an oppressed minority is bullshit. More Americans are still Christian than not
#184 - thepenname (06/01/2012) [-]
and evolution is still sometimes fought in school. I'm not saying that supports of intelligent design aren't unfairly treated. They certainly can be. But evolutionists still face plenty of adversity in our very Christian society. It's unfair to make either look like the oppressor and the other the oppressed.
#175 - thepenname (06/01/2012) [-]
If you REALLY want to educate me, you would tell me yourself. I could go tell you to watch the first Zeitgeist movie, but I don't expect you to go out of your way when I could just explain some of the finer points myself.

I did do a quick Google search of expelled and interestingly there's a whole website dedicated to debunking it: www.expelledexposed.com/
User avatar #194 - jimmytenders (06/01/2012) [-]
i do apperciate the fact that you did check out the movie, it just has some major points. one of which is what id rather debate, i personally dont really like debating a topic which seems one sided in a sense. no doubt that believing in the Bible and Christianity takes faith but so does pretty much everything, for instance all the science books you have read takes faith to believe they are true until you have gone and done an experiment proving it for yourself, but sense science is can almost always do this you start to believe everything you read in a science book as a matter of fact which is why i dont like how (in my highschool science class and college science class) evolution is in there pretty much as fact, even though it IS still a theory.

i believe that when disscusing hot topics such as religion and politics its important to start with baby steps. Before we get into the miracles of Christ and when God sent down a pillar of fire to burn up and offering, i would like to establish that there is even a possiblity of a higher being, even if you believe it was a flying speghetti monster that is something im willing to work with, but if you dont believe that there are any higher powers that be, no possibility of Intelligent Design then truthfully we really dont have much to talk about, it will practically just be a yelling match of two people that disagree and thats the last thing i would like.

i can tell that you are a very smart person and you have done your research thoroughly and you have been very polite and as far as i can tell open minded which i apperciate very much. please dont think of this as me backing down because im wrong rather think of it as me respecting what you believe to hold true. in all honesty neither of us can truly know who is right both take a certain amount of faith and honestly i do hope you are right, it would be better for there to be nothingness after death than what i believe.

i have much respect for you sir.
#117 - you obviously know very little of the different theories of cr…  [+] (8 new replies) 06/01/2012 on Babies 0
#125 - thepenname (06/01/2012) [-]
I can understand those theories now that you've explained them, but given the alleged nature of God as a limitless, intangible entity, these theories are pure theology and have no dealings with empirical data. That isn't to say there's no value in theology. It's based off reason, albeit reason tempered by religion. While we can speculate at these theories, unless there's more to them than you've mentioned, there's no true-to-life evidence to support these theories. And this ties into my next paragraph very well.

There could be some limitless entity beyond our understanding, but there's nothing to show it. When the argument is that something could exist simply because there's nothing to disprove it is very tired. Yeah, it could exist and it could be beyond our understanding, finding out whether it exists or not could also be beyond our understanding, but that doesn't mean it exists simply because we couldn't understand it if it did.

I don't know why you'd think that and I don't believe it being a high school student instead would make a difference. Assuming you don't mean to just go up to them and say, "Hey, we think either a single solidarity of everything expanded into the universe or some higher intelligence created all that exists. Which do you think is true?" and would instead provide research into both theories, logically, empirically and practically, the Big Bang Theory sounds more realistic.
User avatar #127 - jimmytenders (06/01/2012) [-]
yes they are theories which is why i said that simply you must come to the conculsion if you believe in the big bang or i.d.
#133 - thepenname (06/01/2012) [-]
Okay, I already know I believe in the Big Bang. I don't see how that's a useful comment to say I must come to a conclusion, since I've already done it. If by "you" you just mean people in general, it isn't so simple a matter of deciding or not. Some theories are better than others. The Big Bang has stronger evidence than creationism. And people should believe in it because if the entire world supports a field that actually has practical implications in our day-to-day lives, we stand to benefit more than if everyone believes in creationism, which encourages fewer fields of study and hampers others.
User avatar #138 - jimmytenders (06/01/2012) [-]
watch the movie "expelled" science completely contradicting what you just said
#183 - thepenname (06/01/2012) [-]
So I've started watching the movie. First let me say Ben Stein is a terrible host. His voice is annoying and I hate how he went the obnoxious route of any documentary host, no matter the inclination, overusing ironic or sarcastic statements and exhibiting annoying behaviors simply for entertainment's sake. It's fine in a proper context, like in Jackass when being annoying is the whole purpose of the film, but when he's trying to pass his movie off as academic and yet scratches his back in a college classroom, I can't help thinking of him as an enormous tool.

Anyway, I've gotten thirty minutes into the film, but now I want to go to bed so I'll finish it tomorrow. Right now I've gleaned that Darwinism is flawed, which I don't doubt. However, Ben was wrong to say, "Crystals? Aliens? I thought we were
talking about science, not science fiction." The difference between believing life could have formed from crystals is based on crystals' own inorganic way of "mutating." And the theory aliens could have planted life here is founded on some of the solid evidence we've found that life might have existed on Mars, and thus it's not unlikely other planets could have been advanced enough to come to our planet and leave behind the foundation of life. I haven't, however, seen any evidence to suggest a higher intelligence exists to intervene in the formation of the universe and life. But maybe there's more on that later in the film. I'll see later.

Also, I'm really getting annoyed with what feels to me like improper depictions of Darwinists as well as the supports of intelligent design. I think the fact Stein mentioned Darwinists have abandoned previous methods of recreating the beginning of life disproves that they're opposed to admitting the original theory is flawed. Putting a few professors on the spot is not an accurate representation of the entire community.

Then creationists being made out as an oppressed minority is bullshit. More Americans are still Christian than not
#184 - thepenname (06/01/2012) [-]
and evolution is still sometimes fought in school. I'm not saying that supports of intelligent design aren't unfairly treated. They certainly can be. But evolutionists still face plenty of adversity in our very Christian society. It's unfair to make either look like the oppressor and the other the oppressed.
#175 - thepenname (06/01/2012) [-]
If you REALLY want to educate me, you would tell me yourself. I could go tell you to watch the first Zeitgeist movie, but I don't expect you to go out of your way when I could just explain some of the finer points myself.

I did do a quick Google search of expelled and interestingly there's a whole website dedicated to debunking it: www.expelledexposed.com/
User avatar #194 - jimmytenders (06/01/2012) [-]
i do apperciate the fact that you did check out the movie, it just has some major points. one of which is what id rather debate, i personally dont really like debating a topic which seems one sided in a sense. no doubt that believing in the Bible and Christianity takes faith but so does pretty much everything, for instance all the science books you have read takes faith to believe they are true until you have gone and done an experiment proving it for yourself, but sense science is can almost always do this you start to believe everything you read in a science book as a matter of fact which is why i dont like how (in my highschool science class and college science class) evolution is in there pretty much as fact, even though it IS still a theory.

i believe that when disscusing hot topics such as religion and politics its important to start with baby steps. Before we get into the miracles of Christ and when God sent down a pillar of fire to burn up and offering, i would like to establish that there is even a possiblity of a higher being, even if you believe it was a flying speghetti monster that is something im willing to work with, but if you dont believe that there are any higher powers that be, no possibility of Intelligent Design then truthfully we really dont have much to talk about, it will practically just be a yelling match of two people that disagree and thats the last thing i would like.

i can tell that you are a very smart person and you have done your research thoroughly and you have been very polite and as far as i can tell open minded which i apperciate very much. please dont think of this as me backing down because im wrong rather think of it as me respecting what you believe to hold true. in all honesty neither of us can truly know who is right both take a certain amount of faith and honestly i do hope you are right, it would be better for there to be nothingness after death than what i believe.

i have much respect for you sir.
#95 - lol well i guess that would depend on how dedicated to the rep… 06/01/2012 on Babies 0
#84 - it seems you didnt read the first two paragraphs, im not sayin…  [+] (10 new replies) 06/01/2012 on Babies -1
#108 - thepenname (06/01/2012) [-]
You said this too: "But i suggest not debating christianity vs science because those dont belong in the same debate." That's what I was referring to.

Yeah, there are tons of people who believe in the Bible as a literal telling of our world and its creation, but they're wrong. Now you're just getting into the most tired and asinine arguments for religion. We know the Bible can't be literally true because there's evidence to suggest the world is older than the Bible suggests, in addition to tons of falsehoods the Bible tells.

Really? What would someone uneducated on math, science and theology think about creationism versus the Big Bang? That's the worst argument I've ever heard. It doesn't matter which he'd think is more reasonable without educating his opinion first. After a little while of study, he'd find the Big Bang has more observable data to support it, whereas the Bible is based mostly on heresay and some philosophy.

You example is especially bad because historically speaking, Western civilization has introduced their theology to new cultures, to which they responded, "Dafuq?" Granted, they probably would have been just as baffled by the Big Bang theory. The difference is the Big Bang has some evidence. Creationism doesn't.

Math and science favor creationism only in the sense there's a giant X-factor preceding the Big Bang, which could be filled by anything, considering we have nothing to observe what set off that initial point of expansion. I could just as reasonably suggest Darth Vader caused the Big Bang. The only reason people think God is the reasonable filler of that X-factor is because it's already a popular belief. They're simply integrating a figure into a field that doesn't necessitate its inclusion because there's a hole where it could kind of, maybe, perhaps fill.
User avatar #117 - jimmytenders (06/01/2012) [-]
you obviously know very little of the different theories of creationism, there is old earth and new earth. one goes into the complexitiy of God not being bound by time. the other goes into the fact that God can create something old like adam. he created a full grown man, not a child. which would lead us to believe that the made the earth with age already figured into it, it wasnt flat and barren with him planting seeds but full grown trees and soil with age and the earth with age.

you keep putting God into a box and you will never understand the simply side of Him. understanding something that is limitless is impossible because we are incredibly limited yet we think we are close to being as smart as God, its kind like when a 4 year old wants to show you things they learned in kindergarten, our parents think its cute and all but we as 4 year olds have no idea about all that they know and can do. well if you were to magnify that kinda feeling to infinity that would be like us understand God and all that He knows and does.

lol i didnt say uneducated, for instance, if there was a study done where children were no introduced to the big bang theory or creationism until they understood the basics of lets say high school, i personally believe that they would logically look at it and believe there was a creator.
#125 - thepenname (06/01/2012) [-]
I can understand those theories now that you've explained them, but given the alleged nature of God as a limitless, intangible entity, these theories are pure theology and have no dealings with empirical data. That isn't to say there's no value in theology. It's based off reason, albeit reason tempered by religion. While we can speculate at these theories, unless there's more to them than you've mentioned, there's no true-to-life evidence to support these theories. And this ties into my next paragraph very well.

There could be some limitless entity beyond our understanding, but there's nothing to show it. When the argument is that something could exist simply because there's nothing to disprove it is very tired. Yeah, it could exist and it could be beyond our understanding, finding out whether it exists or not could also be beyond our understanding, but that doesn't mean it exists simply because we couldn't understand it if it did.

I don't know why you'd think that and I don't believe it being a high school student instead would make a difference. Assuming you don't mean to just go up to them and say, "Hey, we think either a single solidarity of everything expanded into the universe or some higher intelligence created all that exists. Which do you think is true?" and would instead provide research into both theories, logically, empirically and practically, the Big Bang Theory sounds more realistic.
User avatar #127 - jimmytenders (06/01/2012) [-]
yes they are theories which is why i said that simply you must come to the conculsion if you believe in the big bang or i.d.
#133 - thepenname (06/01/2012) [-]
Okay, I already know I believe in the Big Bang. I don't see how that's a useful comment to say I must come to a conclusion, since I've already done it. If by "you" you just mean people in general, it isn't so simple a matter of deciding or not. Some theories are better than others. The Big Bang has stronger evidence than creationism. And people should believe in it because if the entire world supports a field that actually has practical implications in our day-to-day lives, we stand to benefit more than if everyone believes in creationism, which encourages fewer fields of study and hampers others.
User avatar #138 - jimmytenders (06/01/2012) [-]
watch the movie "expelled" science completely contradicting what you just said
#183 - thepenname (06/01/2012) [-]
So I've started watching the movie. First let me say Ben Stein is a terrible host. His voice is annoying and I hate how he went the obnoxious route of any documentary host, no matter the inclination, overusing ironic or sarcastic statements and exhibiting annoying behaviors simply for entertainment's sake. It's fine in a proper context, like in Jackass when being annoying is the whole purpose of the film, but when he's trying to pass his movie off as academic and yet scratches his back in a college classroom, I can't help thinking of him as an enormous tool.

Anyway, I've gotten thirty minutes into the film, but now I want to go to bed so I'll finish it tomorrow. Right now I've gleaned that Darwinism is flawed, which I don't doubt. However, Ben was wrong to say, "Crystals? Aliens? I thought we were
talking about science, not science fiction." The difference between believing life could have formed from crystals is based on crystals' own inorganic way of "mutating." And the theory aliens could have planted life here is founded on some of the solid evidence we've found that life might have existed on Mars, and thus it's not unlikely other planets could have been advanced enough to come to our planet and leave behind the foundation of life. I haven't, however, seen any evidence to suggest a higher intelligence exists to intervene in the formation of the universe and life. But maybe there's more on that later in the film. I'll see later.

Also, I'm really getting annoyed with what feels to me like improper depictions of Darwinists as well as the supports of intelligent design. I think the fact Stein mentioned Darwinists have abandoned previous methods of recreating the beginning of life disproves that they're opposed to admitting the original theory is flawed. Putting a few professors on the spot is not an accurate representation of the entire community.

Then creationists being made out as an oppressed minority is bullshit. More Americans are still Christian than not
#184 - thepenname (06/01/2012) [-]
and evolution is still sometimes fought in school. I'm not saying that supports of intelligent design aren't unfairly treated. They certainly can be. But evolutionists still face plenty of adversity in our very Christian society. It's unfair to make either look like the oppressor and the other the oppressed.
#175 - thepenname (06/01/2012) [-]
If you REALLY want to educate me, you would tell me yourself. I could go tell you to watch the first Zeitgeist movie, but I don't expect you to go out of your way when I could just explain some of the finer points myself.

I did do a quick Google search of expelled and interestingly there's a whole website dedicated to debunking it: www.expelledexposed.com/
User avatar #194 - jimmytenders (06/01/2012) [-]
i do apperciate the fact that you did check out the movie, it just has some major points. one of which is what id rather debate, i personally dont really like debating a topic which seems one sided in a sense. no doubt that believing in the Bible and Christianity takes faith but so does pretty much everything, for instance all the science books you have read takes faith to believe they are true until you have gone and done an experiment proving it for yourself, but sense science is can almost always do this you start to believe everything you read in a science book as a matter of fact which is why i dont like how (in my highschool science class and college science class) evolution is in there pretty much as fact, even though it IS still a theory.

i believe that when disscusing hot topics such as religion and politics its important to start with baby steps. Before we get into the miracles of Christ and when God sent down a pillar of fire to burn up and offering, i would like to establish that there is even a possiblity of a higher being, even if you believe it was a flying speghetti monster that is something im willing to work with, but if you dont believe that there are any higher powers that be, no possibility of Intelligent Design then truthfully we really dont have much to talk about, it will practically just be a yelling match of two people that disagree and thats the last thing i would like.

i can tell that you are a very smart person and you have done your research thoroughly and you have been very polite and as far as i can tell open minded which i apperciate very much. please dont think of this as me backing down because im wrong rather think of it as me respecting what you believe to hold true. in all honesty neither of us can truly know who is right both take a certain amount of faith and honestly i do hope you are right, it would be better for there to be nothingness after death than what i believe.

i have much respect for you sir.

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#9 - fjmastermind (05/07/2012) [-]
You just owned pwnisher.

You should be proud, because it got my vote.
User avatar #10 to #9 - jimmytenders (05/07/2012) [-]
thank you, nothing bothers me more than someone saying they are a christian and being a complete doucher and such, unfortunately there a millions of them in the world, but im gonna do my part and try and put the ones i find in their place.
User avatar #8 - JesseM (01/09/2012) [-]
Hey this is in response to the "Christian" post. I just want to know if you finished reading the story.
User avatar #2 - lolollo ONLINE (10/01/2011) [-]
Hello, I'm sorry, but what did you write in response to my comment earlier? For some godawful reason the OP decided to delete the whole freaken post.
User avatar #3 to #2 - jimmytenders (10/02/2011) [-]
o you said something about how a person will think "you could have handled that better" then "he was right though" and i replied "exactly what i thought, first i thought wow if he would have been just a little bit nicer, im sure that wouldnt have been nearly as long and drawn out even if he was right he could have handled that better."

something along those lines
User avatar #4 to #3 - lolollo ONLINE (10/02/2011) [-]
Ok thank you. Freaken hate it when people decide just to delete **** . If you post something, let it get what it gets.
User avatar #5 to #4 - jimmytenders (10/02/2011) [-]
i think he was expecting prasies compliments and people of similar mind to say he was right in what he did and would have done the same, or something along the lines of them being dumb bitches, which they were dumb no doubt but that doesnt really give anyone the excusse to be an ass, i personally dont like fighting or arguing. most of mt close friends dont understand this because i love debating but there is a clear difference anyone, i agree with you, this guy was butt hurt clearly
User avatar #7 to #5 - jimmytenders (10/03/2011) [-]
damn was i drunk when i typed this **** ? so many typos
#6 to #5 - lolollo ONLINE (10/02/2011) [-]
indeed
User avatar #1 - firejuggler (09/15/2011) [-]
I will find you and rape you
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