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#263 - Or ya know... You coulda just lined the crack under the door with salt  [+] (3 new replies) 06/13/2012 on Give this guy a medal XD -28
User avatar #280 - mrfourtysevenman (06/13/2012) [-]
okay thats just fucking cruel
#272 - ddylann (06/13/2012) [-]
killing them isnt the point
User avatar #265 - ThAReApEr (06/13/2012) [-]
but where's the fun in that?
#248 - Bush didn't make a health care reform. There's a good thingy f… 06/09/2012 on Republicans 0
#232 - He's making people active in what way? As in making decisions …  [+] (2 new replies) 06/09/2012 on Republicans 0
User avatar #236 - rainbowrush (06/09/2012) [-]
After Obama got elected, a lot more people joined politics and the debates. This is ofc not entirely his doing, and he shouldn't get more than some credits for it. I see that most people think I actually like Obama, or think that he is a gift from above. The only good thing about Obama is that more people join in the shitstorm. I would appreciate input on the Bush doing something good thingy.
#248 - juckinfunk (06/09/2012) [-]
Bush didn't make a health care reform. There's a good thingy for you. Bush had unemployment at 4% while obama continually spending our country further and further into debt made a 850+ billion dollar stimulus package to fix unemployment and assured it would never go above 8% and we are currently above 8%. Obama has spent more money than bush ever did in less time. Obama only got more people involved because now black people had a reason to vote and whites had to vote for him to prove they weren't racist. That's the only reason he got elected. He wasn't qualified in any way shape or form to be president and is one of this countries worst presidents of all time. Maybe not the worst, Teddy Roosevelt is up there on that list. But they're all fighting for top spot of the worst. Along with Eisenhower and a few others.
#229 - I totally agree. It's disgusting how someone with cancer somet…  [+] (1 new reply) 06/09/2012 on Republicans 0
User avatar #231 - rainbowrush (06/09/2012) [-]
I see your point, and I raise you a hell of a long time.
#222 - I think the confusion is coming from you mentioning healthcare…  [+] (4 new replies) 06/09/2012 on Republicans 0
User avatar #230 - rainbowrush (06/09/2012) [-]
He is making people active, which is more than you can expect for politicians nowadays. It's the people of this gods forsaken earth that needs to change.
#232 - juckinfunk (06/09/2012) [-]
He's making people active in what way? As in making decisions in politics? Or you talking about active as in healthy and exercise and eating right?
User avatar #236 - rainbowrush (06/09/2012) [-]
After Obama got elected, a lot more people joined politics and the debates. This is ofc not entirely his doing, and he shouldn't get more than some credits for it. I see that most people think I actually like Obama, or think that he is a gift from above. The only good thing about Obama is that more people join in the shitstorm. I would appreciate input on the Bush doing something good thingy.
#248 - juckinfunk (06/09/2012) [-]
Bush didn't make a health care reform. There's a good thingy for you. Bush had unemployment at 4% while obama continually spending our country further and further into debt made a 850+ billion dollar stimulus package to fix unemployment and assured it would never go above 8% and we are currently above 8%. Obama has spent more money than bush ever did in less time. Obama only got more people involved because now black people had a reason to vote and whites had to vote for him to prove they weren't racist. That's the only reason he got elected. He wasn't qualified in any way shape or form to be president and is one of this countries worst presidents of all time. Maybe not the worst, Teddy Roosevelt is up there on that list. But they're all fighting for top spot of the worst. Along with Eisenhower and a few others.
#217 - Good sir I mis-read your comment. I can only apologize to the …  [+] (3 new replies) 06/09/2012 on Republicans +1
User avatar #225 - rainbowrush (06/09/2012) [-]
I might be a bit unclear. The step in the right direction is the push that makes more people join in the cause (either side) and know more about what's going on.
It also pushes for what I personally wish for. I wan't people to not owe tons of money after one in the family got cancer. I do have a little commie views when it comes to more serious inguries, that can ruin lives, after the treatments.
#229 - juckinfunk (06/09/2012) [-]
I totally agree. It's disgusting how someone with cancer sometimes wishes they just die as soon as possible so their family isn't left with the bill. But the government has no business in health care. It mentions nowhere in the constitution anything about health care and frankly I don't want the government messing with health care and deciding when I can or can't have treatment or not. They can't even handle the U.S. Postal Service, how can I let them be in charge of my health care?
User avatar #231 - rainbowrush (06/09/2012) [-]
I see your point, and I raise you a hell of a long time.
#203 - Free healthcare is a terrible idea for The United States. Ther…  [+] (5 new replies) 06/09/2012 on Republicans +2
User avatar #210 - rainbowrush (06/09/2012) [-]
The stupidity...

I never said anything about communistic and completely free health care. You are completely right that Free health care would not work.
#217 - juckinfunk (06/09/2012) [-]
Good sir I mis-read your comment. I can only apologize to the fullest and ask for your total forgiveness. Although, I will say, America has not made a step in the right direction when it comes to healthcare though.
User avatar #225 - rainbowrush (06/09/2012) [-]
I might be a bit unclear. The step in the right direction is the push that makes more people join in the cause (either side) and know more about what's going on.
It also pushes for what I personally wish for. I wan't people to not owe tons of money after one in the family got cancer. I do have a little commie views when it comes to more serious inguries, that can ruin lives, after the treatments.
#229 - juckinfunk (06/09/2012) [-]
I totally agree. It's disgusting how someone with cancer sometimes wishes they just die as soon as possible so their family isn't left with the bill. But the government has no business in health care. It mentions nowhere in the constitution anything about health care and frankly I don't want the government messing with health care and deciding when I can or can't have treatment or not. They can't even handle the U.S. Postal Service, how can I let them be in charge of my health care?
User avatar #231 - rainbowrush (06/09/2012) [-]
I see your point, and I raise you a hell of a long time.
#148 - You have a serious problem with this thing at the very beginni… 06/03/2012 on Evolution 0
#186 - Florida 05/31/2012 on Them words 0
#206 - The word "dumb" wasn't necessary considering the wor… 05/30/2012 on Dumb Black Girl +2
#149 - I don't recall Jesus stating that the Old Testament is complet… 05/26/2012 on telephone +1
#86 - Specific examples would be great my friend. I'm only allowed s…  [+] (11 new replies) 05/26/2012 on telephone +3
User avatar #130 - rainbowrush (05/26/2012) [-]
Catholism is a big sett back for Christianity. Most of what they added are now ofc gone, if they hadn't removed it, they would lose power. But there is still things in Christianity that wasn't there originally, I will only say 1, as I'm too lazy to find sources. Nowhere in Christianity did it say anything about going to hell for not believing, this was added later, to scare people into submission.

Another thing I would like to say is: Almost everything that seems odd about Christianity or The Bible wasn't there in the beginning. Christianity is one of the few religions I tolerate (extremist cults not counting as religious).
User avatar #106 - Jewssassin (05/26/2012) [-]
Like how he preached to accept all men, but in the bible it bans homosexuality.

Im not trying to be a dick, Im just curious how that stuff got there.
#123 - Absolute Madman (05/26/2012) [-]
Homosexuality is banned in most if not all major religions. But you have look into what context the scripture means by accepting all men. My interpretation as well as most scholars of religion interpret that as its against religion to be homosexual but i it is also against religion to treat them unjust and not accept them as people. Same as in other religions in the concept of disbelievers being wrong but still not being able to harm / be unjust to them .
User avatar #117 - SniperKitty (05/26/2012) [-]
The bible does ban homosexuality. In the old testimate. But what they forget to tell you is that in the NEW testimate, you know where Jesus dies for our sins, well he does that so that we don't have to live by the old testimate. So pretty much anyone speaking and living by the old testiment ie, don't cut your hair, no tattoos, gay marriage is wrong, is pretty much saying Jesus died for nothing because they are still living by the old testimate which he died so we wouldn't have to anymore.
#149 - juckinfunk (05/26/2012) [-]
I don't recall Jesus stating that the Old Testament is completely invalid? Have we read the same Bible? Because that wouldn't make sense if Jesus were to have said that since Jesus taught many things from the old Testament and referred to it several times throughout the New Testament. You have run into several issues here.

One of the issues is that people take so many things out of context from the old testament it's ridiculous. For example, the famous Leviticus verse about tattoos. This verse is referring to the practice of Marking your body via cutting or tattooing, to identify yourself to your god in the afterlife. This was a very common practice in old testament times and the Lord was warning the Jews not to participate in this pagan ritual. So unfortunately, you run into those sort of things now days. People taking things out of context. That's why it's best to research for yourself when you're not sure.

About Homosexuality, that is in fact a tough case. You have to understand that there were many things Jesus taught that were not written down. There is a verse in the new testament that states that. So to say Jesus never mentioned homosexuality is impossible. But I'm not saying he did either. The issue here is that same gender sex was mentioned in the new testament by Paul and addressed as a sin. I believe the verse is Romans 1: 26-27. I don't have nearly enough characters in full to cover this entirely, but I will leave you a link at the bottom to an article that discusses this. Unfortunately, you're gonna run into Christians who take things out of context and may even lie about certain things. It's awful and shouldn't be done, but you can't group them all together either.

In conclusion, Jesus did teach from the Old Testament, so you can't say he died so that the old Testament would become obsolete. But also, people lie and take things outta context. You have to research and double check if it doesn't make sense.

http://bible-truths.com/homosex.htm
User avatar #125 - jonebonez (05/26/2012) [-]
I'm not religious in the slightest. When people ask me what I am, my answer is always just "I don't know." I don't follow and of that stuff, I'd never even looked into it. So I just want to say, thank you for shedding light on that issue for me, because I'm honestly too lazy to use the google machine.

With that being said, why the hell are their still so many protests about gay marriage then? The majority are die hard Christians, at least from what I've noticed, that oppose it.
User avatar #132 - SniperKitty (05/26/2012) [-]
I'm not religious either, but I grew up religious and know the bible pretty well.

The bible is a very contradictory book, one testimate God is spiteful, in the other Jesus talks about him like he's a pretty cool guy. So you have to pick and choose what you believe. Preachers pick hate because it's easier to spread hate and get followers through hate and fear. And people put all their trust in their pastor, why wouldn't you? He knows the word of God. So they don't even think to question it.

The problem is that most Christians don't even realize that Jesus died so we wouldn't have to live by the old testimate anymore, and the ONLY thing he said about relationships was not to get a divorce. Which I don't see as unresonable if you're going to get married do it and do it right. They are basically saying that Jesus' death was worhtless, it didn't make any difference at all. Which if you're a Christian, is a BIG statement to make. But they don't see it like that, they know what their priests and pastors tell them, and if they are going to preach hate, that's what the people believe.
User avatar #136 - jonebonez (05/26/2012) [-]
That really saddens me. I mean, yes it's true. Hate is a love easier to spread than love. All you have to do is look at tabloids at the super market and it's all over the place. I just don't understand why it has to be like that. As I said, I'm not religious at all, yet I feel like I'm one of the most accepting people out of everyone I know. Seems backwards when you think about it.
User avatar #143 - SniperKitty (05/26/2012) [-]
You find a lot of the younger generation Christians and even Catholics are very open minded and question what is being taught. I think religion will take a turn for the better, just have to give it some time.
#148 - jonebonez (05/26/2012) [-]
Well let's hope.
User avatar #138 - jonebonez (05/26/2012) [-]
is a lot easier* Just woke up, sorry. .-.
#63 - This is the most ignorant quote I've ever read. I'll go ahead …  [+] (16 new replies) 05/26/2012 on telephone +6
#137 - Absolute Madman (05/26/2012) [-]
Almost word for word? Now you're the one spewing bullshit. A quick wikipedia search on the scrolls shows that isn't true. I went to an apologetic meeting with a Christian friend and heard almost word for word what you're saying. Then I went home and researched it for myself to find it was very off-base. While the original picture here is exaggerating, you're doing the same thing, just on the opposite end of the spectrum.

To everyone: Look up the evidence for yourself, and then make a decision.
User avatar #79 - Jewssassin (05/26/2012) [-]
What about the shit in the bible that Jesus never preached?
#86 - juckinfunk (05/26/2012) [-]
Specific examples would be great my friend. I'm only allowed so many characters per response. So I can't cover single thing at once. So please if you don't mind, give me specific examples that you have read or experienced and I will gladly answer.
User avatar #130 - rainbowrush (05/26/2012) [-]
Catholism is a big sett back for Christianity. Most of what they added are now ofc gone, if they hadn't removed it, they would lose power. But there is still things in Christianity that wasn't there originally, I will only say 1, as I'm too lazy to find sources. Nowhere in Christianity did it say anything about going to hell for not believing, this was added later, to scare people into submission.

Another thing I would like to say is: Almost everything that seems odd about Christianity or The Bible wasn't there in the beginning. Christianity is one of the few religions I tolerate (extremist cults not counting as religious).
User avatar #106 - Jewssassin (05/26/2012) [-]
Like how he preached to accept all men, but in the bible it bans homosexuality.

Im not trying to be a dick, Im just curious how that stuff got there.
#123 - Absolute Madman (05/26/2012) [-]
Homosexuality is banned in most if not all major religions. But you have look into what context the scripture means by accepting all men. My interpretation as well as most scholars of religion interpret that as its against religion to be homosexual but i it is also against religion to treat them unjust and not accept them as people. Same as in other religions in the concept of disbelievers being wrong but still not being able to harm / be unjust to them .
User avatar #117 - SniperKitty (05/26/2012) [-]
The bible does ban homosexuality. In the old testimate. But what they forget to tell you is that in the NEW testimate, you know where Jesus dies for our sins, well he does that so that we don't have to live by the old testimate. So pretty much anyone speaking and living by the old testiment ie, don't cut your hair, no tattoos, gay marriage is wrong, is pretty much saying Jesus died for nothing because they are still living by the old testimate which he died so we wouldn't have to anymore.
#149 - juckinfunk (05/26/2012) [-]
I don't recall Jesus stating that the Old Testament is completely invalid? Have we read the same Bible? Because that wouldn't make sense if Jesus were to have said that since Jesus taught many things from the old Testament and referred to it several times throughout the New Testament. You have run into several issues here.

One of the issues is that people take so many things out of context from the old testament it's ridiculous. For example, the famous Leviticus verse about tattoos. This verse is referring to the practice of Marking your body via cutting or tattooing, to identify yourself to your god in the afterlife. This was a very common practice in old testament times and the Lord was warning the Jews not to participate in this pagan ritual. So unfortunately, you run into those sort of things now days. People taking things out of context. That's why it's best to research for yourself when you're not sure.

About Homosexuality, that is in fact a tough case. You have to understand that there were many things Jesus taught that were not written down. There is a verse in the new testament that states that. So to say Jesus never mentioned homosexuality is impossible. But I'm not saying he did either. The issue here is that same gender sex was mentioned in the new testament by Paul and addressed as a sin. I believe the verse is Romans 1: 26-27. I don't have nearly enough characters in full to cover this entirely, but I will leave you a link at the bottom to an article that discusses this. Unfortunately, you're gonna run into Christians who take things out of context and may even lie about certain things. It's awful and shouldn't be done, but you can't group them all together either.

In conclusion, Jesus did teach from the Old Testament, so you can't say he died so that the old Testament would become obsolete. But also, people lie and take things outta context. You have to research and double check if it doesn't make sense.

http://bible-truths.com/homosex.htm
User avatar #125 - jonebonez (05/26/2012) [-]
I'm not religious in the slightest. When people ask me what I am, my answer is always just "I don't know." I don't follow and of that stuff, I'd never even looked into it. So I just want to say, thank you for shedding light on that issue for me, because I'm honestly too lazy to use the google machine.

With that being said, why the hell are their still so many protests about gay marriage then? The majority are die hard Christians, at least from what I've noticed, that oppose it.
User avatar #132 - SniperKitty (05/26/2012) [-]
I'm not religious either, but I grew up religious and know the bible pretty well.

The bible is a very contradictory book, one testimate God is spiteful, in the other Jesus talks about him like he's a pretty cool guy. So you have to pick and choose what you believe. Preachers pick hate because it's easier to spread hate and get followers through hate and fear. And people put all their trust in their pastor, why wouldn't you? He knows the word of God. So they don't even think to question it.

The problem is that most Christians don't even realize that Jesus died so we wouldn't have to live by the old testimate anymore, and the ONLY thing he said about relationships was not to get a divorce. Which I don't see as unresonable if you're going to get married do it and do it right. They are basically saying that Jesus' death was worhtless, it didn't make any difference at all. Which if you're a Christian, is a BIG statement to make. But they don't see it like that, they know what their priests and pastors tell them, and if they are going to preach hate, that's what the people believe.
User avatar #136 - jonebonez (05/26/2012) [-]
That really saddens me. I mean, yes it's true. Hate is a love easier to spread than love. All you have to do is look at tabloids at the super market and it's all over the place. I just don't understand why it has to be like that. As I said, I'm not religious at all, yet I feel like I'm one of the most accepting people out of everyone I know. Seems backwards when you think about it.
User avatar #143 - SniperKitty (05/26/2012) [-]
You find a lot of the younger generation Christians and even Catholics are very open minded and question what is being taught. I think religion will take a turn for the better, just have to give it some time.
#148 - jonebonez (05/26/2012) [-]
Well let's hope.
User avatar #138 - jonebonez (05/26/2012) [-]
is a lot easier* Just woke up, sorry. .-.
#74 - haker (05/26/2012) [-]
User avatar #66 - squidgirl (05/26/2012) [-]
I think my brain just fell out...
#84 - *then 05/25/2012 on Heard scratching outside... 0
#34 - Nice. Me and my girl will probably end up transferring there i… 05/22/2012 on You Know It's True 0
#42 - Lol. Oops! I forgot that's not allowed!!!! Oh well. It's not t… 05/22/2012 on Do Want Comp. 2 +1
#2 - Go Kings Go! Go Kings Go! 05/22/2012 on Hockey Humor 0
#18 - Picture  [+] (2 new replies) 05/22/2012 on Do Want Comp. 2 -3
User avatar #20 - pinesol (05/22/2012) [-]
How dare you have an opinion that does not fall in line with the Funnyjunk hive mind!
#42 - juckinfunk (05/22/2012) [-]
Lol. Oops! I forgot that's not allowed!!!! Oh well. It's not that I don't want any of these things. It's just I've seen them so many times on this sight I've just gotten over not having them. Lol ;)
#75 - People bitch because they're literally watching FJ turn into a… 05/22/2012 on Truth yo 0
#31 - Where you going to school at? I go to school in Moore  [+] (2 new replies) 05/22/2012 on You Know It's True 0
User avatar #33 - trolocaust (05/22/2012) [-]
Uco.
#34 - juckinfunk (05/22/2012) [-]
Nice. Me and my girl will probably end up transferring there in the spring.
#9 - Bartlesville. Nice. I'm actually from California but moved to …  [+] (4 new replies) 05/22/2012 on You Know It's True 0
User avatar #20 - trolocaust (05/22/2012) [-]
I have lived in OK my whole life too, little ol' town of Marlow. But I am moving up to OKC this fall for school.
#31 - juckinfunk (05/22/2012) [-]
Where you going to school at? I go to school in Moore
User avatar #33 - trolocaust (05/22/2012) [-]
Uco.
#34 - juckinfunk (05/22/2012) [-]
Nice. Me and my girl will probably end up transferring there in the spring.
#7 - Hugeee OU fan my whole life!!! I live in Oklahoma!!! 05/22/2012 on You Know It's True 0
#71 - The issue is, the rich pay most of this country's taxes. As wr… 05/22/2012 on socialism sucks 0
#5 - Boomer Sooner!  [+] (2 new replies) 05/22/2012 on You Know It's True 0
User avatar #6 - PHOTOBOMBZ (05/22/2012) [-]
OU Fans on FJ, no wai!
#7 - juckinfunk (05/22/2012) [-]
Hugeee OU fan my whole life!!! I live in Oklahoma!!!
#7 - Lol. That's not real 05/22/2012 on Real gore shit -2

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