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Youtube Channel: TheLegendofZelda360
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Interests: Making people question their sexuality, wetting the bed, cake, Saving bitches in tiaras, Killing boners, Taking a shit, Fishing, Drawing, Landscaping, and vigorous, masochistic, Masturbation,
Date Signed Up:1/23/2012
Last Login:12/03/2013
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#78 - Thats if the player cant get anything else in the end zone, Li… 08/23/2012 on Basketball sportscaster towel 0
#132 - I scrolled up three times to see what you where talking about.… 08/23/2012 on She can have me +3
#8 - Op here, Im 20, and Im using this to prove a point, Even if it… 08/23/2012 on Eyes full of rage, Ass full... 0
#47 - Picture  [+] (4 new replies) 08/23/2012 on Goodguy Jigsaw +32
#50 - sheperdofthestars (08/23/2012) [-]
#51 - stackingboxes (08/23/2012) [-]
User avatar #101 - narlydude (08/23/2012) [-]
How does one "shit wrong"?
#52 - sheperdofthestars (08/23/2012) [-]
#422 - ************ is going places. 08/23/2012 on Meet Jack 0
#326 - Obviously satirical, but yea. I agree. 08/22/2012 on The Bible 0
#313 - The american bible: All the hate, less big words.  [+] (10 new replies) 08/22/2012 on The Bible +9
#350 - randomhornyguy (08/22/2012) [-]
This used to be my wallpaper lol!
#346 - devout feminist (08/22/2012) [-]
I know American muslim people your argument is invalid.
#362 - abraa (08/22/2012) [-]
read "probably"
#342 - swollenhero (08/22/2012) [-]
Nice pic.
User avatar #318 - seniorawesomesauce (08/22/2012) [-]
Or... Maybe, just maybe, it's the culture of those areas and not the geography itself.
User avatar #327 - dirigiblequixote (08/22/2012) [-]
But the culture is dependent on the geography.

Sure, you have Chinatowns and Indiatowns and whatever, but the culture and geography are effectively the same thing.
User avatar #329 - seniorawesomesauce (08/22/2012) [-]
If all life on earth was wiped out, except for 1 person (with no religious preference), and they were put in India, but they didn't know it was India, they wouldnt magically become Hindu.
#344 - swollenhero (08/22/2012) [-]
No, but he would probably create his own new religion eventually ( unless he has already been taught science)
User avatar #333 - dirigiblequixote (08/22/2012) [-]
That's a ludicrously contrived scenario. If all life on earth was wiped out, it's a toss-up whether religion would survive at all.

In today's actual world, geography and culture are very tightly linked - so much so, that they're interchangeable enough for the purposes of one sarcastic picture on the internet.
User avatar #326 - shamefulhumor (08/22/2012) [-]
Obviously satirical, but yea. I agree.
#152 - You just rolled the butterface gallery, Feel special. 08/22/2012 on Still good people left in... -3
#208 - OH SAGAN, OH TYSON, OH RIGHT THERE HAWKINGS. It's not gay… 08/22/2012 on What Athiest's Say During Sex +12
#35 - I Don't know, but don't give us americans any ideas. We are an… 08/22/2012 on Timing is Everything Comp. +7
#333 - (whos fault is that) 08/22/2012 on The Long War on Christianity 0
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#303 - I'm saying our innate sense of morality is better of uninhibit…  [+] (2 new replies) 08/22/2012 on The Long War on Christianity 0
User avatar #330 - theist (08/22/2012) [-]
Please... just please... for the love of God stop using my username. I get 100 notifications a day with links to comments like yours...
User avatar #333 - shamefulhumor (08/22/2012) [-]
(whos fault is that)
#285 - There is a term called cognitive dissonance that you would do …  [+] (4 new replies) 08/22/2012 on The Long War on Christianity 0
#297 - devout feminist (08/22/2012) [-]
so what you are saying is atheists arent as prone to extreme beliefs and theists are automatically more likely to jump on the bandwagon and hate others because of the beliefs? for having a group of beliefs based solely on facts, you sure do jump to a lot of conclusions.

If a good man does bad things then he's not a good man is he?

the bottom line is, religious texts are supposed to encourage people to do good. if you want to take the occasional hateful opinion of a man who lived hundreds of years ago as the most important part of those religious texts, than feel free. I, on the other hand, will believe in the parts that say love thy neighbor and use common sense to judge weather or not I am doing the right thing.
User avatar #303 - shamefulhumor (08/22/2012) [-]
I'm saying our innate sense of morality is better of uninhibited by falsifiable theist claims and outdated ideologues that come with religion, good people do good things because they are predisposed to do so. Anything good that comes from religion Is incidental at most, And i think you understand that.

It is not black and white, and men who may endorse bullheaded narratives may still do good deeds, but because of their indoctrination to the communally endorsed Theistic claim, they are susceptible to settling for a primitive dialogue on controversial issues.

I know plenty of otherwise good people, who would never act on their bigotries support bigoted ideas. By rule of complacence, they may not picket funerals, they may not shout outside of abortion clinics, but because they share certain unilateral beliefs with more extreme people, laws and narratives forged in this ignorance are acceptable to them.

Therein lies my objection to religion, at least as a point of conjecture or morality; You always suffer a net loss, At the very least, we see it to be an unnecessary contention upon a standing reality or moral pragmatism , by means of usually intelligent rational people relying on something innately irrational for guidance.

I just want you to ponder this by the way, I look forward to a collected and informed response, at the very least talking about things of this nature discourages the less savory aspects of peoples opinions and ideals form surfacing in the ether.
User avatar #330 - theist (08/22/2012) [-]
Please... just please... for the love of God stop using my username. I get 100 notifications a day with links to comments like yours...
User avatar #333 - shamefulhumor (08/22/2012) [-]
(whos fault is that)
#270 - You are creating a false dichotomy, just because he is against… 08/21/2012 on The Long War on Christianity +1
#260 - You do to justify it. So no, these extremes would not exist. …  [+] (6 new replies) 08/21/2012 on The Long War on Christianity 0
#277 - devout feminist (08/21/2012) [-]
justify what. everyone agrees the holocaust, crusades, homophobia, and other general hate groups are bad.
if you believe for a second that extremists wouldn't exist without religious then you're an idiot. they just wouldn't be based on a religion.

do you mind giving me an example of such tribalism that happens anywhere in a first world country?
so what, because I believe in god I'm going to make stupid decisions? this is only true if you are a 15 year old girl who is trying to rationalize how she treats herself. like "i'm 16, have anonymous sex, party every night, etc, but i'm sure god will forgive me." and they would easily come up with reasons that are just as bad to do stupid shit
User avatar #285 - shamefulhumor (08/22/2012) [-]
There is a term called cognitive dissonance that you would do well to look into in more then a definitional sense, the colloquial term is more appropriate for this instance.

People are not so black and white, there is a huge moral grey area that religion occupies, and subcontracts otherwise rational peoples aggressions.

A good person, can believe in, and support bad/ hateful ideas because they don't have to view the impact of it, or rationalize how their ideas are alright, and if their is a verse in their region specific holy book, (which inevitably there is, they where written thousands of years ago, and rewritten over and over by less civilized people then ourselves), there is bound to be a nice little passage about the group they are bigoted against, and somehow, believing in this book, makes it okay, not only on an introspective level, but on a social level, for some baffling reason.

And otherwise intelligent people respect their ignorance because they happen to Believe in that same fairy tale.

Now, lets for the sake of argument, say a secular person is faced with similar fears or intolerance, at the very most, they cannot justify it while being intellectually honest, I may be made uncomfortable by gay people, but because I am aware that this is my own biased opinion, and I will not act on, or mirror my bigotry in my behavior.

However an otherwise civil person who lives by the bible, and is not forced to see the effect, or face the true nature of their objection, can vote on their prejudices, and support ignorant narratives.

Good men do good things,
Bad men do good things,
But only religion can make Good men do bad things.

#297 - devout feminist (08/22/2012) [-]
so what you are saying is atheists arent as prone to extreme beliefs and theists are automatically more likely to jump on the bandwagon and hate others because of the beliefs? for having a group of beliefs based solely on facts, you sure do jump to a lot of conclusions.

If a good man does bad things then he's not a good man is he?

the bottom line is, religious texts are supposed to encourage people to do good. if you want to take the occasional hateful opinion of a man who lived hundreds of years ago as the most important part of those religious texts, than feel free. I, on the other hand, will believe in the parts that say love thy neighbor and use common sense to judge weather or not I am doing the right thing.
User avatar #303 - shamefulhumor (08/22/2012) [-]
I'm saying our innate sense of morality is better of uninhibited by falsifiable theist claims and outdated ideologues that come with religion, good people do good things because they are predisposed to do so. Anything good that comes from religion Is incidental at most, And i think you understand that.

It is not black and white, and men who may endorse bullheaded narratives may still do good deeds, but because of their indoctrination to the communally endorsed Theistic claim, they are susceptible to settling for a primitive dialogue on controversial issues.

I know plenty of otherwise good people, who would never act on their bigotries support bigoted ideas. By rule of complacence, they may not picket funerals, they may not shout outside of abortion clinics, but because they share certain unilateral beliefs with more extreme people, laws and narratives forged in this ignorance are acceptable to them.

Therein lies my objection to religion, at least as a point of conjecture or morality; You always suffer a net loss, At the very least, we see it to be an unnecessary contention upon a standing reality or moral pragmatism , by means of usually intelligent rational people relying on something innately irrational for guidance.

I just want you to ponder this by the way, I look forward to a collected and informed response, at the very least talking about things of this nature discourages the less savory aspects of peoples opinions and ideals form surfacing in the ether.
User avatar #330 - theist (08/22/2012) [-]
Please... just please... for the love of God stop using my username. I get 100 notifications a day with links to comments like yours...
User avatar #333 - shamefulhumor (08/22/2012) [-]
(whos fault is that)
#255 - Picture  [+] (2 new replies) 08/21/2012 on The Long War on Christianity +3
#329 - devout feminist (08/22/2012) [-]
Well if you look at the demographics that run the institutions doing the "oppressing" they're mostly atheist or jewish
#321 - jrondeau (08/22/2012) [-]
mfw
#192 - Picture 08/21/2012 on The pain of first days +5
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#265 - **shamefulhumor rolls 7** I have a ********** R…  [+] (1 new reply) 08/21/2012 on Your biggest childhood fear +2
#267 - shamefulhumor (08/21/2012) [-]
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#103 - I love fiction crossovers. Needs more dinosaurs. 08/21/2012 on You have my cross +5
#102 - DO IT ****** 08/21/2012 on Pls no +4
#432 - Me, Atheist: Can get married Jewish friend: Can get marri… 08/21/2012 on Think about these... 0
#222 - A penis compiled with a working brain is a great thing, rare, …  [+] (1 new reply) 08/21/2012 on Every Month +2
User avatar #224 - jennalynnification (08/21/2012) [-]
That, sir, is exactly why I married him :) I hope you find a wonderful woman to marry, she would be very lucky to have you.
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