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#131 - It's sad yes, but understandable. Drastic actions of …  [+] (3 new replies) 02/24/2016 on Deus Vult +1
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#133 - fireskeleton (02/24/2016) [-]
They only reject each other because their extremes want to stay loyal to their cultures.

All in-betweeners are good people who want their loudest members to suffer less and pick sides out of loyalty too.

Now if we found something to unite them all, that would be faith- and look at it: Islam and Christianity are both almost the same good intentions, build up by millions of good in-betweeners along both cultures.

We'll need Donald Trump to become a Sufi and buy Germany or something.
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#154 - ninjabadger (02/25/2016) [-]
I appreciate the humor there.

They are indeed similar, but incompatible in the larger scheme of things. Religion is a blessing because it gives hope and unites people (and can have other benefits to a society or government). However what makes religion strong and good also is it's downfall. Human nature is to not agree with people who are not like ourselves. We tend to stick with what works and aren't willing to change or work a middle ground. There are few in the world who can truly say they are neutral, bias is incredibly powerful and generally is difficult to realize or detect in one's self.

Previous conflicts between Muslims and Christians is a proof to this... any kind of violence in the name of a God or belief is a testament to our proclivity towards side picking.

I don't believe there is a way to unite our people... unless something catastrophic requires it. Even then, I can't say for certain we would.

I don't know how we'll make it as a species if we reach a level of advancement where we can leave Earth. Something so petty has to be resolved at some point.
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#156 - fireskeleton (02/25/2016) [-]
It's like the internet, everything said will be used against you.

If there is one story of a guy loosing an eye, others will be afraid.
I can only think of punk-metal to teach kids to not comply to their parent's rules, or maybe a really well-done koan (not these creepy art installations that leave people standing there with a WTF)
#118 - Deus vult But seriously they make anything that isn'…  [+] (5 new replies) 02/24/2016 on Deus Vult +3
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#127 - fireskeleton (02/24/2016) [-]
The problem is that when ever someone says "Well maybe that aspect is correct after all."
the neo-nazis present make "See, Hitler did nothing wrong!" out of it and set fire to a refugee home.

I wish those guys could stop trying to justify their sadism/pyromania with politics.
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#131 - ninjabadger (02/24/2016) [-]
It's sad yes, but understandable.

Drastic actions of the refugees are answered with drastic actions by anti-refugees.

Violence begets violence. I mean hell some people think that's all they can feasibly do to make a difference/get results. I don't agree with it or condone it... but I understand why.

It's a complex situation that I hope will get resolved in a relatively rational manner. What's blatantly clear is what's going on now doesn't work. Oil and water. I don't think those that were there first need to concede anything.
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#133 - fireskeleton (02/24/2016) [-]
They only reject each other because their extremes want to stay loyal to their cultures.

All in-betweeners are good people who want their loudest members to suffer less and pick sides out of loyalty too.

Now if we found something to unite them all, that would be faith- and look at it: Islam and Christianity are both almost the same good intentions, build up by millions of good in-betweeners along both cultures.

We'll need Donald Trump to become a Sufi and buy Germany or something.
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#154 - ninjabadger (02/25/2016) [-]
I appreciate the humor there.

They are indeed similar, but incompatible in the larger scheme of things. Religion is a blessing because it gives hope and unites people (and can have other benefits to a society or government). However what makes religion strong and good also is it's downfall. Human nature is to not agree with people who are not like ourselves. We tend to stick with what works and aren't willing to change or work a middle ground. There are few in the world who can truly say they are neutral, bias is incredibly powerful and generally is difficult to realize or detect in one's self.

Previous conflicts between Muslims and Christians is a proof to this... any kind of violence in the name of a God or belief is a testament to our proclivity towards side picking.

I don't believe there is a way to unite our people... unless something catastrophic requires it. Even then, I can't say for certain we would.

I don't know how we'll make it as a species if we reach a level of advancement where we can leave Earth. Something so petty has to be resolved at some point.
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#156 - fireskeleton (02/25/2016) [-]
It's like the internet, everything said will be used against you.

If there is one story of a guy loosing an eye, others will be afraid.
I can only think of punk-metal to teach kids to not comply to their parent's rules, or maybe a really well-done koan (not these creepy art installations that leave people standing there with a WTF)
#16 - I have no words. 02/24/2016 on Learn The Difference!!! +1
#57 - Picture 02/24/2016 on The ride never ends +6
#13 - Change takes time It seems simple, but that's really … 02/24/2016 on How to lose weight in 4... +7
#138 - Hello my child, I am here to take you to a better place.  [+] (1 new reply) 02/24/2016 on Creative Bullshit: Dear Death +2
#144 - knightbean (02/24/2016) [-]
at first I thought toriel. Then death. Now I'm sad
#56 - Oh **** 02/24/2016 on Accurate 0
#300 - Yeah my university is notorious for poorly advising students a… 02/23/2016 on I need help 0
#298 - Wouldn't happen to know any specific degrees geared towards th…  [+] (2 new replies) 02/23/2016 on I need help 0
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#299 - lazaman (02/23/2016) [-]
I would look into computer support.
Like really, any job needing computer skills is going to take pmuch any degree you have.

Im currently in for Computer tech support health care informatics.
Basically that gives me the option of working for health care, or regular tech support.

Talking to a counselor is really a good way to get a gauge on what you need.
Dont let them sell you their 4 year plans or their transfer plans though.
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#300 - ninjabadger (02/23/2016) [-]
Yeah my university is notorious for poorly advising students and leading them down the wrong path. So it's good to have some ammo going in, knowing some basic paths and stuff can make my visit much easier, if I can ever get time for it.

Appreciate the feedback man'
#259 - That's what my friend in Cali is doing, Comp Sci. It… 02/23/2016 on I need help +1